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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Church to observe 100th anniversary the 100th anniversary of the Shoal Creek Church of the Brethren at Fairview will be observed sunday. The Shoal Creek Church was organized in the fall of 1870 by elder Hendricks of Vernon county and the first meetings were held in the Morton Mill Community. Later meetings were held in Morton Lone Star big Springs and Monitor school districts. Later a Church building was erected at Newtonia to. This building was later moved to a Rural Community South of Fairview. Sometime later this building again was moved even the Stone in the foundation to the present site in Fairview where the Church now stands. Because of an Active and devout membership Many improvements were made in the years that followed. The present Active membership still conducts regular services each sunday at the building. With divorce near. News former priest has difficulty adjusting to marriage members of the women a society of Christian service of the United methodist Church of Diamond met wednesday night with mrs. Wesley Ryno. Diamond. Program Leader was mrs. Bill James. Lesson topic was the individual the prisoner the Community. All members assisted mrs. James in presenting the program. Present were mrs. Lloyd Mckemey mrs. Wilbert Schaffter mrs. Harry love mrs. James mrs. Arthur Gustason mrs. Armel Cates mrs. Elvis Hency mrs. Ireta Hency mrs. Joe Bales mrs. Olin Davenport and mrs. Ryno. Refreshments were served. Girls Mission ettes of the Assembly of god Church of Diamond met wednesday night at Fellowship Hall of the Church. Kathy Sanders president presided at a business meeting lesson was a skit on talents. Taking part in the skit were Tammi and Terri Thurman Nancy Pratt Sherry and Denise Sanders. The members also worked on their handwork project. It attending were Becky Sally and Nancy Pratt Tammy Enlow Patsy Burton Terri and Tammi Thurman Kathy Denise and Sherry Sanders. Webb City Rainbow girls to install Janet Tindell Jana sue Tindell will be installed As worthy advisor of Webb City Assembly no. I order of Rainbow for girls at Public installation ceremonies at 7 30 . Today. She is a daughter of or. And mrs. Ray Tindell Webb City. Other officers to be installed include Cindy Thornbrugh worthy associate advisor Lela Spence Charity Jonna Kell Hope i sister Faith Jean Ann Lightle recorder Meg Beman Drill Leader Chris Seward chaplain Lou Ann Franklin treasurer Carole Mell love Sandy cobble religion Bunny May nature Jana Broaddus immortality Sherri Wilkins Fidelity Sandy Cloud patriotism Jill Richardson service Kathy elder confidential observer Hazel Vinson outer observer Gail Force musician Kathy Harper choir director Gretchen Mahaffey orator and Gwendolyn Farmer historian. Installing officers will be Jean Ann Lightle installing worthy advisor Lou Ann Franklin installing Marshall Gail Force chaplain Connie Nickols recorder and Debbie Eubanks Flower bearer. Counter suit filed against builders Kansas City a bricklayers masons and plasters International local 4 filed a $1 million counter suit against the builders association in Jackson county circuit court Friday. The builders recently sued the Union for $600,000, alleging racial discrimination by the Union caused the failure of a Job training project under a Federal contract. In its counter suit the Union denied discrimination alleged the training program was mismanaged and said the builders had collected More than $500,000 in a development fund. The Union alleged the association failed to account for the fund. By George w. Cornell a religion writer new York Apas the sex priest headed for his study one morning to work his wife called out from an adjoining room a make sure you done to come in and talk to your wife get right in there and work off All that guilt a irritated baffled he went ahead and settled Down to his typewriter. But feigning affection he said a Honey is there something you want to talk about a a Jesus a she snapped. A a can to you Ever come in and say a i you re Beautiful and i love you a he was shocked silent refusing to listen further. That a a real life scene in the troubled but still enduring marriage of former Catholic priest William h. Dubay As he describes it in the current Issue of Mccall a. Ifs been rough he says adding a a we re still not sure our marriage will Dubay 35, married two years ago to an Episcopalian Divorcee the former Mary Ellen Rochester now 31, after he was suspended from the Priesthood is one of Many sex priests who have married and he says they face special problems. A the trouble is marriage can trap a priest in a situation for which he is not prepared a Dubay says. He says not All priests Are a completely unfit for Matrimony but it would be hard to think of a background More at Odds with the main difficulty is not hang saturday Sermon by brigadier . Kiefer the salvation army retired Christ for All Ages a let us now go and see this thing which is come to Luke 2 5. A you know old Jim the drunk he got religion last night a a that i want to see a came the reply. Sure enough this social outcast was influenced somehow to a Darken a Church door on his Way to religion. It was said the propelling prayers of Many was the Force Back of him or the preachers patience maybe the voice of a frightened child As he weaved by could be Many contributing factors that caused him a to arise and go to my just a picture of a Man of previous decency going to the Depths and then pulling himself together sought god when everything else failed yes this Jim made a marvelous comeback by allowing Christ to be his master. He gained a respectable place in society again. How Many communities have a old Jimsy looking for religion Happy is a Jim when religion looks for him. On a More quiet scale of wrong doing the Little one was lifting prizes from boxes in parents Candy store. Had she not heard about Jesus giving instead of taking she might not have confessed her sin. Hard telling where this could have led. She cried telling a a Mommy and promised she would pay Back from her allowance. A a a let us now go May be a convicting urge in Many laymen sincerely or United so the Best Means can be employed to persuade the lost to Christ and a see this thing which is come to the realization of seeing a person a born again is As delightful As seeing the new born babe. A soul in sin must know he has no Merit in himself to save. Salvation is Christ a work. Ours to feel utterly helpless As an infant. Ours is to be so Manly in courage and put our Complete Confidence in the almighty that he will save and by Faith we Are part of that a which is come to ups about sex he contends but rather a fear of a intimacy close personal Contact with another human he adds this May Stem in part from being schooled against sex. A what priests Are not prepared for is a constant Day after Day relationship with a woman a he says. A the Church has successfully implanted in its priests an almost crippling inability to carry out a healthy Dubay was suspended in 1966 after he called for dismissal of now retired James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre then archbishop of los Angeles accusing him of not taking the Lead in fighting racism and of repressing priests who did. Dubay also published a Book a the human Church a calling for a priests Union and numerous other reforms. He worked for two years afterwards in various Community projects before his 1968 marriage. The couple with her four Young children and their own 11-months-old son now live in a wooded Mountainside of the san Jacinto Range near the resort town of Idyllwild Calif. He lectures writes and at night has managed a town theater. Soon after their marriage his wife began noticing in him a a certain preoccupation a Lack of spontaneity and my uncanny ability to tune her out As i busied myself with chores. A we made love but there Wasny to much fun and teasing. Wife and family were just two More elements i had added to a Well ordered inattention drove her he traces his impersonal detachment to Seminary training which he describes As turning out excellent a organization men a preoccupied with externals who Are usually Good administrators intellectuals Cool in the face of tensions. But these qualities a do not prepare them to be lovers friends fathers husbands. Having spent 20 years tuning out my own feelings How could i be expected to tune in to the feelings of others a his a capacity for pious withdrawal a he says turned his marriage into a Battleground. Sometimes he says a i would go into a rage once even ordering her to her fought in front of children friends strangers in the House behind the barn in the car and in the Middle of finally he says she gave him an ultimatum either divorce or he see a psychiatrist. He chose the psychiatrist who is quoted As telling Dubay a what you need is sustained responsiveness. We can Call it an openness to the psychological presence of another. You react Well with your head. You have to learn How to react with your emotions. Not Only Mary Ellen but also her four children reacted this Way intuitively spontaneously and they need you to react that Way in other words Dubay sums it up he was a responsible and hardworking but not he says the birth of his own child to Mary Ellen gave him a sense of starting anew to grow up. His wife still has a plenty of doubts about their marriage and a Hope is can to be sure that Mary Ellen and i will make it but i do know that in spite of our hassles i am glad i am out of the Priesthood a and or. And mrs. John Hirshey Diamond mrs. Steve Cole Neosho mrs. Johnny Hirshey Joplin and or. And mrs. Denny Cole and son Derick Diamond went to Kansas City last week end to attend the wedding of mrs. John Hirshey a neice Barbara Vento at Blue Ridge United methodist Church. Visitors from tuesday until thursday of or. And mrs. I Ewis Mcnary and Vicky were or. And mrs. Hubert Mcnary Denton Texas. Or. And mrs. Mcnary and Vicky and or. And mrs. Hubert Mcnary wednesday went to Silver Dollar City. Randy Macy and Randy Martin were visitors Friday until sunday of or. And mrs. Earl Rickman. Visitors saturday morning of or. And mrs. Rickman were mrs. Hazel Williams Joplin and mrs. Mildred Shepherd Diamond. Mrs. Neal Thurman and mrs. Lewis Sundley visited last week with mrs. Thurman a aunt mrs. Clay Riggs Joplin and her guest mrs. Thurman a grandmother mrs. H. T. Lindley Blackwell okla. Or. And mrs. Lewis Mcnary and Vicky Diamond attended the wedding last saturday night Choate asks government to set up National nourishment standards by Janet Staihar associated press writer Washington a one of the nations most outspoken nutritional critics calling the United states a a nation of nutritional illiterates a has asked the Federal government to set up National nourishment standards. Robert b. Choate who stirred up a nationwide controversy last july when he told a Senate Commerce subcommittee Many Well advertised cereals Are sorely lacking in nutritional value appeared before the democratic study groups consumer affairs and food and agriculture task forces Friday. Also testifying were representatives of the food Industry who offered the panel edibles ranging from potato chips to dietetic powders As they defended their products. Choate said the a classroom nutrition teacher has been greatly outclassed by television a Junior is off at the to set being misinformed by endless ads while Mother is slicing open a plastic package to save time and trouble a he said. A the car toolmaker the Jingle writer the Box Label designer the food broker and the supermarket manager Are helping to shape our food he showed the panel Cereal advertisements monitored during the saturday morning cartoon hour and said a i still think it is Safe to state that the Huc stering of the lesser cereals to children Choate has claimed that less nutritious and pre sweetened cereals Are heavily promoted while the top nutritional cereals Are Seldom advertised. Calling television advertising a major source of pseudo nutritional information he said a rather than being the worlds Best fed nation we Are the worlds Best mis fed a. S. Clausi vice president and director of corporate research for general foods corp., defended nutritional research. A we do not believe that any gains can be achieved by a series of slashing irresponsible attacks on the food Industry a Clausi said. Clausi Choate and general Mills Board chairman James p. Mcfarland urged the government to set up voluntary nutritional guidelines. Choate also recommended meaningful advertisements to educate children on the basics of nutrition. Evangel Assembly of god 1335 East Fairview sunday school 9. 30 to 30 . Christ ambassadors 6 30 . Sunday night end wednesday night 7 30 a growing Church in a growing Community. Rev. Lester Beck 1335 e. Fairview you Are always Welcome at the Church of Christ Highway 71a South Box 157 Carthage to. Lords Day services Bible study 9 30 10 20 services 6 of . Wednesday. Bible study 7 30 . activities 6 30 . Bible study 1 30 . Write or Call for showing of film strips in your Home Herald of truth 9-00 . Sunday Channel 7 a search for happiness by Batuello Barrett Baxter Joe magee�?358-7644 minister Church phone w Ayne Jones educational director thursday of mrs. Mcnary a Niece Beverly Reed and Oren Dale Reed at the Prospect Baptist Church at Al Dorado Kan. Or. And mrs. Mcnary and Vicky were there Friday until sunday. Others attending the wedding were Ben Walker and mrs. Laveta Long Granby. Or. And mrs. Lee Martin Friday visited mrs. Martins brother Walter och ring who has been ill. He is reported to be feeling better. Visitors during the week of or. And mrs. M. B. Cohu were or. And mrs. Fred Cohu Olathe Kan. Or. And mrs. Merle Cohu Grandview Wash. Pierce Youngblood or. And mrs. Roscoe Bider or. And mrs. Robert Longman and children mrs. Kenneth Brummett and children or. And mrs. Homer Allan and or. And mrs. De Kyger. Or. And mrs. M. B. Cohu celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary recently with an open House. Mrs. Allan Manz returned Home wednesday after visiting a week with her daughter and children mrs. Ann Steinmetz and children Kansas City. Or. And mrs. Carroll Housh and ii Eroy and Carolyn visited or. And mrs. Bob Jack Sarcoxie. Or. And mrs. Housh and children monday visited or. And mrs. Lee Hall pea Ridge Ark. Or. And mrs. Virgil Anderson had As dinner guests sunday afternoon miss Darlene Youngblood Pierce Youngblood and Tammy Endicott. Warney Robinson Granby and or. And mrs. Rex Housh Diamond were visitors Friday of or. And mrs. Ernest i vie or. And mrs. Jack Reber and daughter Marilyn Carthage were dinner guests sunday afternoon of or. And mrs. Ralph Stanbery and David and Kerry Diamond. Mrs. Ruth Short had As visitor wednesday her daughter mrs. Violet Riggs Springfield. Mrs. John Hutchison Granby also was a visitor Friday night and saturday House guests of mrs. Short were or. And mrs. I Arry Davis and Cindy and Paula Springfield. Visitors during the week of or. And mrs. Ira Salsman were or. And mrs. Herman Wheeler or. And mrs. Fred Cole Roscoe Bider or. And mrs. Bill Greer and Katie Beth Dan Scott and Sam Diamond Hershel Cupp Sarcoxie and mrs. Grace Miller Wentworth. Or. And mrs. Salsman sunday attended the 65th wedding anniversary open House for or. And mrs. M. B. Cohu. Or. And mrs. Lee Salsman visited monday with or. And mrs. Hugh Nelson and Gary and Ginger Welch okla. Mrs. Salsman wednesday visited her sister mrs. Earl Jarvis Duenweg. Mrs. Salsman and mrs. Ethel Martin visited or. And mrs. Terry Salsman and their new son Patrick at Carthage. The Hugh Nelson family of Oklahoma saturday visited or. And mrs. Salsman. Or. And mrs. Rex Housh near Diamond and their daughter in Law mrs. Ronnie Housh Neosho monday went to a horse pulling contest at Stark City. They also visited with mrs. Ronnie Housho a aunt. Or. And mrs. Rex Housh thursday visited or. And mrs. Bernard Bryan Sarcoxie. Mrs. Lee Martin visited wednesday mrs. Joe Farney and mrs. Stella Shipman Granby. On saturday afternoon mrs. Martin saturday visited mrs. Ada Salsman Diamond route i. Visitors during the week of mrs. Eura Tucker were mrs. Laura Jones mrs. Forest Sutter and Dona Anderson. Or. And mrs. John Gass and Debbie and Timmy Carthage were sunday visitors of or. And mrs. Liee Martin mrs. Jim Turpin Stark Kan., and her Mother mrs. Troy och ring Neosho were recent visitors of or. And mrs. Martin. Mrs. Homer Martin who returned to her Home in Diamond recently from St. Johns medical Center Joplin is still recuperating and is reported to be feeling better. Or. And mrs. John Seckman or. And family Hillsboro mo., were recent afternoon visitors of or. And mrs. Dwight Pierce and Myles and John Diamond. Mrs. Pierces father John Seckman or. Who was ill and in the Baxter Springs Kan. Hospital is now reported to be feeling better. Or. And mrs. C. M. Collins Ash Grove and or. And mrs. James Graham Atchison Kan., were week end visitors of or. And mrs. William Graham. Or. And mrs. S. A. Whitehorn had As dinner guests during the week end their son in Law and Church of the Nazarene Fairview amp grand sunday school.9 30 . 2 buses for transportation i morning worship i0 30 . Evening services youth amp training.6 30 . Evangelistic service----7 30 . A a Friendly Church Quot midweek service wed. District Assembly fall revival service a �?��?��?��?�7 30 . Aug. 30-sept 2 oct. 19-25 Wendell Paris pastor phone 358-2956 42651 Tom Sykes m. Of music Carthage press sat., daughter or. And mrs. Alfred Gilliland and children Oronogo. Mrs. Albert Spiva and Jessie and Joel David Joplin and or. And mrs. Vie Readon and daughter Vicky Diamond were recent visitors of or. And mrs. Tobe Edens. Or. And mrs. Bill Litton and daughter Rhonda Commerce okla. Junior Jones and mrs. Pauline Bider recently visited or. And mrs. Casey Jones Diamond. Or. And mrs. Alex Morrison Tulsa okla. Or. And mrs. Robert Nolan and Jimmy and Marsha Joplin or. And mrs. Harland Baker Baxter Springs Kan. Or. And mrs. Denny Rogers Fayetteville Ark. And or. And mrs. De Carbert Webb City were visitors last week end of or. And mrs. George Morrison Diamond. Or. And mrs. Don Morgan and Brent and Tracy Diamond and or. And mrs. Jim Askins Diamond recently visited or. And mrs. Milborn Askins. Or. And mrs. William Haynes and children Saginaw or. And mrs. Keith Norwood and Paula and Nancy Ann Webb City and or. And mrs. Lee Barnes Joplin were dinner guess sunday afternoon of or. And mrs. C. A. Haynes and children Diamond. Or. And mrs. Harold Wood and family Joplin were visitors recently of or. And mrs. G. F. Wood Diamond. Baby weights Denver a the Colorado health department reports that 9.9 per cent of infants born in the state in 1968 weighed 5 1/2 pounds or less compared to the National average of 8.2 per cent. In Lake county with a mean Altitude of 10,152 feet 15.7 per cent were Low weight babies that year. September 19, 1970�?p-5 Tri state chapter of accountants to meet at Joplin Joplin Tri state chapter of the National association of accountants will hold its first meeting of the 1970-71 year at 6 30 . Monday at the Spanish main room of the Holiday inn Joplin. Guest speaker will be Edwin h. Bacon sr., vice president of March and Mclennan inc. Of St. Louis. Bacon will speak on catastrophe insurance. Members of the Naa working in Carthage include William Allen lagged amp Platt inc. Robert Humber flex of i actors inc. Gordon i Laughlin Carthage Marble corporation Stuart Smith Bank of Carthage Gene Turner Smith Brothers manufacturing company and Bob Woodard Steadley company. To Aii mid East refugees Lon in n a the Arch Bishop of Jerusalem and the Bishop in Jordan Lebanon and Syria Are asking churches of the anglican communion to help them replace tents with prefabricated buildings for 10,000 refugees in their jurisdiction before Winter sets in. A we believe that throughout our communion there will be 2.000 individual anglicans and congregations who hearing of the Appeal will be ready to give 200 dollars each this christmastide in the name of the homeless babe born in Bethlehem a they say. The Bishops asked for gifts to be sent through Christian Aid or the corresponding department of the National Council of churches in each country. In Carthage worship with the Church of Christ Chestnut and Grant St. Minister sunday women Bible . 2 00 . Bible study.1.9 30 . 20 . Evening worship.6.00 . Wed. Nite Bible study. 7 30 . Welcome to All services first Assembly of god Church 10th and Lyon Street Hope of the world broadcast sunday 8 30a.m., Komo services Sun. School.9 45 . Wed., 7 30. Bible study morning worship. .10 45 . Sun., 6.00 youth service Sun., 7 00.evangelistic service pastor Charles Smith 358-4858,358-6538 where the full gospel is taught and practice sunday school�?9 30 . Morning worship service�?10 45 . I broadcast on edmo radio the christians collateral assignment training union�?6 15 . Evening service�?7 30 . Ordinance of baptism without Christ Nursery provided for All services. Or. Merle Mitchell pastor first Baptist Church Garrison at Sycamore 358-3661 first United methodist Church sunday sept. 20, 1970 Church school morning worship Umof evening worship 9 30 . 10 45 . 6 30 . 7 30 . 8 30 communion service 1st sunday each month ministers Rev. Edward Neimeyer Rev. A. C. Willm a set 2m�k first Christian Church main amp Chestnut 9 30 . 9 45 . 10 30 6 00 . 7 30 . 7 00 . Sunday Bible school Cardinal class edmo morning worship youth meetings evening worship wednesday Bible study

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