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Page 10 - Wednesday, June 4, 1980 First Church of Christ Scientist: 7000 members attend Mother Church meeting Christian Science Church Leaders declared recently that "humanity can't afford a continued drift toward the morally bankrupt doctrine that material pleasures are the sole or chief good in life." The Christian Science .Board of Directors urged 4nembers of the  denomination to help counter such tendencies through "humbler dependence on divine guidance and deeper ::/understanding of what Christian discipleship really means." On hand in Boston for the denomination's Annual Meeting were more than 7,000 members of The Mother Church, The First Church of Otrist Scientist, in Boston, from some 23 countries. Incoming Board Chairman Jean Stark Hebenstreit said "The time has come for all of us to have a larger view of Christian Science and its mission,..The Master brought the blessing of spiritual vision right into the midst of human need. That same spiritual vision of Jesus' day is central to our responsibilities in these times, " she said. Church officers gave members a mixed report of challenge and progress. The Clerk of the Church reported an increase in the flow of new membership applications from Africa and Latin America and recognition of new branches in these areas. The Treasurer said Church funds had increased 160 percent in the past six years and Mrs. Hebenstreit reported the Church totally free of debt. Members were told that despite inflationary cost pressures, modest circulation gains have been recorded for beth the daily and weekly editions of The Christian Science Monitor for the Year March 1979 to March 1980. Income from the endowment fund set up for the paper two years ago is beginning to help meet the newspaper's ex- penses. The Church's Committee on Publication told members that a flurry of recent attacks on the denomination had stirred a "great, sensible brotherly love and unity in the Christian Science movement" and was, in fact, producing a "fresh tide of evidence of Christian healing." Named President of The Mother Church for 1980-81 was a former senior editor and correspondent of the Monitor, Saville R. Davis. Mr. Davis told members that "Mankind is moving in new directions, doing its best to construct a world of equality and justice for every in- dividual - a world of uiversal freedom and blessing. Our Church, " said Mr. Davis, "plays a distinctive and powerful role in this tran- sition." PG&E to refund s70 million The state Public Utilites Commission has ordered Pacific Gas and Electric Company to refund more than $70 million to its natural gas customers. The refund will be in the :form of a one-time payment 'to be made within 60 days in the form of a billing credit. , The PUC said refunds to residential customers will be a proportion of the customer's bills in t,.e 12 months immediately preceding April 15. The average refund is expected to be about $7.50. No refunds will be made to former residential customers who have left the area. Refunds to industrial customers will be based upon use during the period from 1972 to 1979. In those years the utility was allowed to retain refunds from its natural gas suppliers in an account maintained to meet unexpected pcice changes for purchased supplies. A California Supreme Court decision last year, however, ruled for a direct Senior Citizens News The Cloverdale Senior Citizens met at the Veteran's Memorial Building on May 14th for their Potluck lun- cheon with eighty-nine ., members and guests present. , The list was as follows: Rita :Davis, Wesley & Louise Cross, Ralph & Stella Planck, Rev. and Mrs. Milton Jarrett. Ruth Godden led the singing for the Doxology and the Happy Brithday songs. Rev. : Jarrett offered the prayer of are twenty-two active members still. After the luncheon and before the business meeting, Betty Cooper of Ukiah, an- nounced various trips to the Bahamas, Victoria and British Columbia and the Love Boat trip to Alaska. Alice Osborn representing the Historical Society, presented a Fashion Show. The dresses date back to 1776, 1879, up to 1924. Participating singing God Bless America. He introduced the guests and thanked all of the committees and other members for their help and cooperation. The installation of new" officers for 1980-81. The in- stalling officer was Theresa Tollini. Installed as treasurer, Jerry Chain, secretary, Ernest Krause, first vice-president, Theresa Wenz, president, Rachael Garrison, past president, refund, rather than the in- direct future rate benefit under the PUC vlan. Former residential customers will receive no refunds "due to the fact that finding such customers could be extremely costly, time- consuming, and generally unsuccessful," according to the PUC order. Snap Menu WInesday, June 4 Brassel Sprouts Apricot Nectar Apricots Bean Salad " Macaroni and  Friday, June 13 Carrots Cole Slaw Fruit Pie Baked Fish w-Tartar Sauce Sliced Carrots Muffins Pineapple Rings Thursday, June 5 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Beef Stew Mashed Potatoes Peas and Onions Fresh Fruit Friday, June 6 Roast Turkey w-Gravy and Cranberry Sauce Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Wholewheat Bread Fruit Jello Monday, June 9 Nectar Cole Slaw Cold Sliced Ham Pickle Potato Salad Roll Fresh Fruit Tuesday, June I0 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Spaghetti w-Meat Sauce Italian Vegetables French Bread Peaches Wednesday, June II Apple Juice Fruit and Cottage Cheese Stuffed Bell Pepper Corn Wholewheat Bread Cake Monday, June 16 Cole Slaw Frankfurter W-Mustard Scalloped Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Applesauce and Cookie Tuesday, June 17 Birthday Green Salad Roast Turkey w-Gravy and Cranberry Sauce Rice Pilaf Broccoli Birthday Cake Wednesday, June 18 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Meatloaf w-Gravy Green Noodles Sliced Carrots Fruit Jello Thursday. June 12 - Vegetable Salad , BBQ Chicken Rice Pilaf mother Blanch Tucker, beinK. " Thursday, June 19 Orange Juice Lasagne Spinach French Bread Pudding Friday, June 20 Citrus Juice Pickled Beets and Onions Tuna Salad Sliced Cheese Potato Salad Roll Fresh Fruit Monday, June 23 the club's first president and a lot more Door prizes were won by the following mem- bers: Albert Akesson - Frank Estell - Martha Palmer - Steila Planck Leola Thompson - Henry Madden - Pauline Barnes - Mary Jenks - Viola Mack - and Leona Bowen. The Senior Citizens Social Meeting held on Wednesday, May 29th at the Veteran Lettuce Tomato Salad Beef and Macaroni Casserole Green Salad Corn Baked Pork French Bread Brown Rice pears Broccoli Fruit Pie Tuesday, June 24 Apple Juice Baked Ham Cole Slaw , Sweet Potatoes Baked Chiekm Peas and Onions Baby Lima Whoiewheat Bread Wholewheat Fruit Jello Apricots Wednesday, June 25 Citrus Juice Orange Beef Stew Veal Parmesai Baked Potato Spaghetti Green Beans Italian Beans i Roll French Bread Fresh Fruit Prunes Rev. Gerald to be quest s The memebers of Grace Lutheran Church, Cloverdale welcome the Rev. Gerald A. Fesen as guest preacher on June 15. The worship service begins at 9 a.m. The Rev. Fosen serves as Associate Pastor of St. Mathew Lutheran Church Beaverton, Oregon, and specializes in youth ministry. He is remembered by old time members of Grace Cloverdale as having been a member of the first con- firmation class of the congregation in 1953. Sub- sequently he graduated from Pacific Lutheran University and earned his Master of Divinity Degree at Trinity Seminary at Columbus, Ohio. His sermon topic on the Good Word for Today: By PIIYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: "Andsamuel heard all the words of the people, and he rehearsed them in the ears of the Lord." 1 Samuel 8:21. This Scripture so intrigued Somehow I didn't feel that Samuel was reciting. Rogets Thesaurus gave me the word repeat, and it clicked. I could see Samuel repeating before the Lord all the reasons why. the people wanted a king - much as a shop steward would go to the boss with a thanks. , The members were greeted at the door by Henrietta and : Gerrie Ruppert. A "Salute" was given to our Charter members who were seated at the head table. They were, Mildred Allen, Mercedes i Altariba, Bertha Davis, Ruth Godden, Irene Kubhernus :and Henry Madden. There were; Wes & Louise Cross, Josephine Morse, Dinah Mills, Stella Planck, Esther Meyn, Myrna Lee (the flapperette) Alice Osborn and Henrietta Ruppert. President Akesson called the business meeting to order starting with "The Pledge of Allegiance" led by Ernest Krause and the members Albert Akesson. Following the installation, president Akesson read the Senior Citizen's Creed and articles in reference to the club, the organization and trips taken during the time Irene Kubbernus was president and Leah Noriel was vice-president. Viola Mack, talked about her Manzanita Manor Musings By JAN FREEMAN June is upon us and some happy children will be out of school doing jobs, slgeping 4ate, helping morn and dad with chores going to camp and vacation spots, and just plain goofing off while us "peons" continue to give our all to our jobs. But ff you would like a more productive summer and have some talents to share with a ..ready, captive audience, all you have to be is age 9 through 15, able to follow instructions, willing to learn, and want to help others. We have a summer program called "Orange Aides" that enlist the help of boys and girls to brighten the days of our residents. It's also good training for the future when you will be getting paid jobs and earning a living. In addition to that, you will be getting a great satisfaction from helping those in need. If you are interested in learning about this program, you can call me, Jan Freeman, at 894-5201, for more information. Our first meeting will be held Monday, June 16, at 1 p.m. in my of. flee. I'll be looking forward to seeing you! Friday, June 6, at 10 a.m., will be Catholic Mass. At 2 p.m. is First Friday Bingo. Speaking of Bingo, un- fortunately our Bingo chairman, Ethel Barrett,has had to resign because f personal reasons, so we are in great need of someone to oversee this project. If you are a Bingo person and would like to help us out, this is one of the favorite activities of the residents and we could use your help. We are also in need of Bingo prizes at this time, such as jewelry, soap, perfume, etc. Every little bit helps. Tuesday, June 10, is our residents' Birthday Party at 2 p.m. Phyllis Warner always makes a gorgeous cake (delicious too), and we are royally entertained by the CETA Band. Come and join us if you can. Don't forget our June 19 Volunteer BBQ here to thank all you wonderful volunteers. RSVP to me. aAI00A.R.P, will hear out hypertension The meeting for A.A.R.P. on June 5 will be especially interesting for seniors. A doctor from the Speakers' Bureau of the Senoma County Medical Society will speak on Hypertension, which is high blood pressure. All are welcome to come and ask questions on this important subject. Plan to attend on Thursday, June 5, at 1:30 p.m. in Briarwood clubhouse. This will be our last meeting before summer vacation for American Association of Retired Persons. Refresh- ments will be served at the conclusion of the meeting. {Sponsored by "The fourth teaching of Baha'u'llah is the the agreement of religion and science. God has endowed man with intelligence and reason wherby he is ." required to determine the verity of questions and propositions. If religious beliefs and opinions are found contrary to the standards of science they are mere superstitions and imaginations; for the antithesis of knowledge Js ignorance, and the child of ignorance is superstition. Unquestionably there must be agreement between true religion and science. If a question be found contrary to reason, faith and belief in it are impossible and there is no outcome but wavering and vacillation" the Baha'Is of Cloverdale -- 894-4172) Memorial Building, started me when I first read it that I at I p.m. Thirty memrs iqpied it ona, pieCe of paper spent the aftC, rntion laingso - as Io keep it -fresh in my cards. It is hoped that the'mind Rehearsed. What an bingo games will once again ' odd use of that word. I looked be played. Door prizes were in the concordance of my won by: Albert Akesson -. New American Standard Barney Hemstath - Esther Bible and also the one in the Williams - Viola Mack - Irene Moore - Ruth Csonka - Johnny Mae Pickard - Hazel Perry - Marie Akesson - DOn Geary. The next meeting of the Senior Citizens will be June II, 1980. list of grievances. And as he talked them over with the lord, the Lord answered and told Samuel what to do. This is a fine example to follow, tf people in your life 15th of June Then Jesus Cam He did for Samuel, the Lord talk will show you what course to ask His take. decisions. He The word 'rehearse', fitting Psalm 26:12 as strangely as it does in man is it tlt today's text, will probably Lord? Him stick in your mind and will be the way that: ever there to remind you to choose." ChurCh00on0000n to hold bake sale / are asking you to do a new An abundance of home to outdo thing...change jobs, move, baked goodies will be on hand luscious Open Bible but could find no start a new project, andifyou June 14, for the annual and other other occuranceofthat word. are not sure it is the right Church Women United bakd delights. The Webster didn't have much for thing to do, listen to their sale to be held at Penny Fair please any me to go on...'reclte, words and rehearse them in and Rasoo's beginning at g:30 Stop by either especially in detail, or to {he ears of the Lord. Do it in a.m. until sold out. stock up. practice, as a play', earnestness and faith, and as As usual each cook will try Cloverdale Area Church Directory NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Growth GrOups Christian & Mstonary Alliance Sunday WorShip 2tl Tarman Drive Evening Service Phone: 894-344S Bible Study (ThurSday) Stmday SChOOl Morning Worship Evening Service Midweek Service {Weonesday) 131 Oina Street / ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION Sunday SchOOl 10 a.m. 473 Cloverdale Blvd, MOrnin9 Worship 11 a.m. Mission Repretatvie - Ken liams Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service (Thurs.) 7 p.m. Fireside (Mon. Morns.) Fi'e,;;e (Fri. Eves.) Children's C lasses Junior Youth Youth BAHA'I FAITH 10 a.m. Please call for more II p.m. information and.or literature Phone: 894-4172 Sunny Bible Study 10 a.m. Sun. Morning WoPShip 11 a.m. Sundgy Evening 6 p.m. Wed Evening ?:30p.m CHURCH OF CHRIST 76 Tarman Drive Minister: Robert W. Churchill Phone: 894-504k3 CHURCH OF GOD PROPHECY Sunday 9:45 a,m, 7B/O0 S NPClwOOCI Hwy & 6 p,m, Pastor: AW, West Phone: I194-3595 SUNDAY 3 HOUR BLOCK Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 am. Primary 9 am. Young Womon 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament Meeting 10:0 a.m. Relief Society Homemaking 7:30 p.m. Mt 9. Ist TueS. each Month OAT VALLEY SAPTIST CHURCH Highway 12S Rev.: D,F, Hieter Phone: I4-3107 Church Phone: S94-28 Sunday SchOOl Morning WOrship Eveni Service Bible Study & Prayer (wed.) Daisy & Prims (Wed.] WMC All Ladies Welcome (Thurs-) PARKSIDe CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 West Second St. Rev.: Richard Riled Phone: 894-21193 SATURDAY: Sabbath School Worship Service Family Prayer Fellowlip (Wed.) Sister of Service (S.O,S.) l & 4n Tues, / SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 21177S Redwood Hwy. S. Pastor: Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday Evening Mess Sunday Mass (Asia) Daily APSS (Clva,) SunOay Mass (CIvd.) / ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL Redolxl Highway SO. Father Henry Phone: 4. 1S CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER dAY SAINTS 28755 Redwood Hwy, SO. Branch Pres.: Claud K. Williams Phone 894-20.12 Sunday Holy Commtmlo 9 a.m. UNITED CHURCH OF CLOVERDALE Sund4y Worship N. Clevordale Bird Child Care Available Min. : Roi0eft KerSey Phone: 894.2039 Continu/ng the ministries of the Congregation Church and the United Method #ld4 y WorSib EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 112 N. Main Street Ray.: Marvin Bowers Priest ;n Charge Phone: 415719 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsllrg Avcmue Pastor: John Powell GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor: Norman M. Redeker ! , Phone: 433 M3S or e94.2Y " Bible Teaching Program 9: a,m. Morning Worship Hour 11 a.m. Church Training Program 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour 6 p,m, Midweek Services (Wechlesday) 7 p.m. Sunday Morn. Worship Service 9 a.m. Sunday School 10: IS a,m, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting wilh The Unill Church of CIoverdele FRED YOUNG" THE ENCORE 104 S. 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