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Page 6 - Wednesday, August 27, 1980 Good Word for Today: Should TEXT: At the name of Jesus every knee should know, of those who are in heaven, and on earth, and under the earth, and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Philippians 2:10,II (NASB) This is a very positive concept. I first came across it in Romans 14:11 where Paul says, "For it is written, 'As I live says the Lord, every knee shall bow to me and every tongue shall give praises to God.' " I found that very hard to understand because I knew many who had died as absolute unbelievers, yet this passage of scripture clearly states that every knee shall bow before the Lord. I was still puzzled about that when I found the corresponding passage in Isaiah 45:23 where God Himself, speaking through the lips, f Isaiah, says that this will indeed come to pass...that He hasspoken these words and Family reunions, family histories encouraged by "Roots" author, By DORIS HILL at the L.D.S. Church in Cloverdale. Students are Alex H_aley says he and the learning how to begin Mormon Church have the searching out their family mn goal of slowing the records and how to write decline of the family by en- their own family histories. couraging family reunions Mormons have always and the writing of family been interested in the names histories, of their ancestors because we Haley spoke recently at the believe family relationships World Conference on Becords last eternally as weU as in Salt Lake City which was throughout this earthly life. sponsored by The Church of Anyone interested [n Jesus Christ of Latter-Day learning how to write their Saints Genealogical Society own personal history and of Utah. Thousands attended search out their own "roots" from 30 countries, may attend the next A twelve-week Genealogy Genealogy classes to begin in course is currently being held October. will not call them back. "I have sworn to myself, the word has gone forth from my mouth in righteousness and will not turn back, tha to me every knee will boW, every tongue will swear allegian- ce." Then I read the words of today's text and the full meaning of the matter dawned on me. Whether we ar still alive and on earth at the time of the Judgment, or whether our physical bodies have died, every person who ever lived (and that includes atheists, agnostics and cultists) will, on that day, confess that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, and will bow before Him. Imagine the horror in the hearts of those comprehend this truth too late! They will hear Jesus say, "Depart from me you workers of iniquity, I never knew yon." Reader, if f your knee has neer bowed to Jesus, act today while there is still time. Get a Bible. Read it, praying that God will open your eyes to the total truth of it. I would suggest that you begin with the Gospel of John which is the simplest, yet the most profound of the Gospels. Let it speak to your heart and you will see that you, too, should confess that Jesus is Lord! Bus transportation for 79- 80 school year Buses transporting students to and from school in the (overdale Unified School District traveled 49,664 miles during the 1979-80 school year. The district has six buses and their mileage varied from the 14,705 miles traveled by bus 1 to 11,663 miles by Bus 3. Bus 2 which was used primarily as a spare last year (and therefore in service only when another bus is on a field trip or undergoing repairs) traveled only 73,718 miles. Art estimated 416 pupils I* A two-hour program on Implementation of Patient Care Plans will be presented at Manzanita Manor on Micheal Neussl Friday, September 19, 1980, at 2 p.m. Brenda Goines, reports for president of Para Medical Services will present the duty were transported each school day, with the total for the school year amounting to 73,216. Special trips, transporting teams to games, rooters buses, and field trips, added another 14,111 miles. Total costs for the six buses, including tran- sportation of students to and from school and all field trips amounted to $82,306 fo the year. The operating costs averaged out to 1.29 cents per mile for the buses. EU for loverdale nurses A $1 fee will he charged for the two-hour continuing education credit. Please contact RoseAnn McEntee for further information or reservations at 894-5201. Coast Guard Ensign Michael A. Neussl, son of Beverly Neussl of 17911 Lytton Station Road, Geyscrville, California, has August27 reported for duty aboard the Citrus Juice Coast Guard cutter Resolute, Bean Salad homeported in Astoria, Macaroni and Cheese Oregon. Sliced Carrots He is a 1976 graduate of Fruit Pie Healdsburg Senior High School, Healdsburg, August 28 California, and a 1980 Tomato Juice graduate of the U.S. Coast Braised Beef Guard Academy, New Rice Pilaf London, Connecticut, with a Mixeed Vegetables bachelor of science degree. Applesauce Snap Menu August 29 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Barbecued Chicken Peas and Carrots Roll Apricots September I HOLIDAY Call 894-2961 for vations. reset- FUTURE HOME OF the Cloverdale Missionary Baptist Church Pastor Ken llama Phone: 894-4122 --SERVICES-- Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Baptist Training Course 6 p.m. Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. (Meeting at the Arts & Crafts Bldg., Citrus Fairgrounds) The Message of Our church is Jesus Christ. The desire of our hearts Is His will. The nature of our desire is evangelistic. Our goal is that all others may know Him. The methods we employ are missionary. Dear Lord, I thank you...when I awake For each new day...each breath I take. For the flowers...sparkling with dew Touched by raindrops speak softly of you. By Vivian Menlcuccl American Legion Auxiliary William Russell Ledford 293 By DENA GAMBETTA The most important program in the American Legion Auxiliary, William Russell Ledford Unit 293, is the program of Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation. The primary concern of the Auxiliary and the Legion is the care of the veteran, his family and children. Therefore, each year the auxiliary contributes a goodly sum to the California Veterans Home in Yountville for their special days, which are Christmas and then in April, they provide a Saturday night, which they call the Nillht of Fun! Each Christmas the auxiliary provides a Christmas bag with fruit, cake, etc., plus a dollar script book for each veteran at at the home, as well as free entertainment, and homemade cake and coffee afterwards, with $100 of $1 bills offered as door prizes. The night of fun is a similar function, which gives the veterans a bit of change and cheer. Most of the Veterans at the Home are noncompensated veterans and therefore all these little goodies are a morale builder for him and his family. We also gather scraps of new material, books, magazines for the home, as well as make wheelchair bats, slippers, scuffles, etc., for the home. Besides the above, the local auxiliary also contributes to the Cloverdale Family Service each year, as well as provides Christmas Baskets for usually two families. One of our members is the vice- president for the Cloverdale Family Service, which is none other than Theresa Toilini. Se attends their monthly meetings, and she is also our Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation Chairman and takes care of the su, p- plemental part of the Christmas Baskets. Our auxiliary also has an adopted Veteran at the California Veterans Home, with some members visiting and remembering Christmas and birthdays and holidays for him. Theresa also has volun- teered her place to store the Loan Out equipment for the community. Our aUXiliary has wheelchairs, tri-bars, crutches, walkers, etc., to loan to all in the community free of charge on a temporary basis, such as three to six months. Due to the fact that our poppy sale was such a huge success, the auxiliary is in he process of ordering another wheelchair to add to their present equipment, since wheelchairs seem to he in great demand, and are always busy on loan out. The auxiliary also helps make the poppies during the Poppy Production at the Veterans Home, and provides food for their Christmas Party. We have also par- ticipated in the Christmas Gift 5mp for the Veterans in the past by providing gifts for the veterans to choose for their families to make their Christmas a bit cheerier. There are several veterans at Manzanita Manor and several members go up to play bingo, and provide gifts for the bingo games; the first Friday of each month mass is Thought n Th By Nobody in Particular A GREAT BEING No one in this world could ever" its entirety or have conceived its balance to life we have. It is more than could he number of humans. There is an absolutely misery_along with the benefits. The Universe could only have been being. DRILLING FOR STEAM At the 12,050 ft. level, Nathan Stever, who Atlanta Drilling at the Geysers, says while drilling for steam in the Fresno area. drilling any deeper than the 12,050 ft. level One of my favorite possessions at this memorative "core sample" taken from Unit time is the largest Geothermal Power world. The name of the sample is Graywacke" and its age is said to be somewhere hetween 130 million to 160 was taken from an approximate depth below sea level. No wonder they find sea shells at 12,005 ft. Mr. COOPER Thank you so much for the 1978 waited for a special occasion and labeled it "delicious." We are waiting for another special occasion the I would like to share the following found on the label of the bottle of Riesling: The Johannisberg (sometimes "White Riesling" is magnificent the world's great white wines. Rieslm.g the 3rd Century. (John Fetzer, Fetzer conducted at the manor and baked goodsl many of the members go up We also to help with the preparations, safety Several members make elderly, favors for the different dicapped seasns during the year, and one for one member goes up every SO you Monday afternoon to say the Theresa is rosary, visit and have a song coordinate all feat. her Many of our members de Veterans errands for the elderly, take them to doctors, shopping, Giving hair dressers, etc., and do a someone lot of visiting with taking God's Baha'u'liah teaches thaL standard of human rightS reconized and adopted. In of God all men are equal; destinction or preferment the dominion of His justice --Abdu'l-Baha, Baha'i World (Sponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale Area Church Director' ANTIOCH MtSSIOIIARY EAPTIST MISSION d'3 CIOvrlale |V( M,55,0n RL,Drentatv, Ke liAm5 SunOav SChOOl I0 a m GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH ,Suf;Oay MOrn Worsh, o ServiCe Morn,nq Worsh,p II a r 890 N CloverOale Blvo Suay SChOOl E ve,ri Worsh,p b P n P/,slur Norman M Reker N%dwlk Serv,ce (Thu , ) 7 D m Pte 433 31135 or 894 2330 EANA'I FAITH Study Classes (AAO. Morns.) 10a.m Please call for more infrmstigo Fireside Meetings (twice atJr literature a month-check Calendr NEIOHEOEHOOD CNUECH Growth Groul Phone: 894.4172 of Events for D@teS Chr,st,an IL M,Ssgltry Alliance y Worsh, 894-4663 and Times) 11 Tarman Or,re Even,n Service 894.42 Children's Classes 9:]0a.m. Psfor: Kl  E,Ole Study (Thur/Klay} (Sun. MOrns.) I>none ll4 S CHURCH OF CHRIST SunOav B,ble Study 10 a m OAT VALLaY aAPTIST CHURCH Sunday SChOOl 76 Tarmao Orwe un ornnq Worsh,ID II a m ,qhw&y 1111 PdOt'fl WOrShep A,n*ster Rol:Prt W Church,II SunOy Evr,nq 6 p m "eV 0 F Heter Evening Serv,ce Phone {194 063 WPI Evfn,nl 7 30 p m l'oe 194 3107 M, Serv,ce iWedndlY)" Church  4 29911 131 O*na Street CNURCH OF GOD PROPHECY Sunday 9 45 a m '" " . ,Iw,..s ,t.. & 6 10 m PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL Sirelay SChOOl Pastor A W West 533 West Second St &orn, WorShip Phone 894 3595 Rev Rcharcl R,lea Even,rig S'vce PhOne IJ94 2893 B,ble S t  V & j  ( W  1 ) Oa,sy & Prms (WtJ) ,l WMC Art LOd' Welcome ( TIw' CHURCN OF JESUS CNEIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS t875S RedWOOd Hwy SO 8ranch Pct. Ctaud K Wdham,, Phone {194 2032 SUNDAY 3 HOUR BLOCK P *l'thOOCJ 9  m Roho! 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