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Page 10- Wednesday, October 1, 1980 IIII 1001191" "on _ I I Picturesque setting for Trem b lary-Parker wedding \\; The Villa at I&apos;,allan Swiss Colony'Winery, Asti, was the picturesque setting for the August 30 wedding of Frederick Trembiary and Michael Parker. Fredericka is the daughter of Fred and Annebelle bodice and a matching shawl. She carried a bouquet of pink en- chantment lillies, stephanotis and baby's breath. She wore her grandmother's gold locket and the groom's grand- Tremblary, formerly of The mother's Sea Ranch, and now ring. residents of Port Ludlow, Washington. The groom is the son of Lawrence and Frances Parker ot Cloverdale. The bride wore a white batiste floor-length Vic- torian style gown with a lace trimmed cammisole I I opal and pearl I The bride was attended by her sister, Rosemary BeaU, who was Matron of Honor, and her bridesmaids were Debby Smith and Gall Benjamin. Bestman was Dennis Prina and ushers were Michael Giampa01i and James Ruppert. Reverend Milton Jarret of Cloverdale officiated at the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Point Arena High School and Santa Rosa Business College. The groom is a graduate of Cloverdale High School and the University of California at Berkeley. Both are employed by the Bank of Sonoma County. After a wedding hip to Florida and Barbados, the couple are at home at Hidden Valley Lake, near Middletown in Lake County. FUTURE HOME OF the Cloverdale Missionary Baptist Church Pastor Ken liams ,Phone: 894-4122 --SERVICES-- Sunday Sunday School Worship Baptist Training Course 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 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. Baha'is hold memorial service Baha'is in more than 1,800 locations in the U.S. held memorial services on September 27 for seven members of their faith who were executed in Yazd, Iran, recently. Dale Hudson, Chairman of the Baha'is of Cloverdale, said the execution of the seven men was the latest of the many cruel assaults upon the Baha'i minority the last two years. According to Hudson, Baha'is in Iran are being denied their basic human rights and are being actively persecuted. Hundreds of private houses and dozens of shops and business enterprises have been looted, burned, or otherwise destroyed. Farms and orchards have been seized and Baha'is have been dismissed from their jobs, depriving them of their means of livelihood. The assets of the Baha'i Community have been seized, prominent Baha'is arrested and executed; individual Baha'is finan- cially strangulated and- pressured in attempts to force them to recant their faith. The Baha'i holy places have been appropriated and the House of Bab, the most "If I Should Die" to be shown America is talking about october 5, at 7 p.m. This death, and more im- film explores man's portantly, the reality of life response to this age old after death. Anof us at one subject. This dramatc film time or another wonder examines these life after holy shrine of the Baha'is in Iran, destroyed. This house has the same significance for the Baha'is worldwide, as the Wailing Wall has for the Jews, the Church of the Nativity for the Christians, and the Kaaba in Mecca for the Muslims. Hudson said the purpose of the memorial service is to honor those executed, and to call at- tention to the violation of the basic human rights of the Baha'is and other religious minorities in lran. Baha'is of Cloverdale held their memorial service at the home of Ken and JoAnn Beck, 17 Altar Street. religion? I"If I Should Die" brings together some very respected Christian doctors, theologians and about death. We have ar- death experiences and psychologists to investigate ticles in periodicals, asked: Are they area or this subject and how it numbers of books, and simply hallucinations of a relates to history's most stories on television which dying brain? Why are these consistent textbook on death talk about death and the encounters always positive and dying - The Bible. world beyond, and nonjudgmental? Are You are cordially invited Parkside Christian Chapel they suggesting that the to attend this one time only ,is pleased to announce the Hell talked about in the showing of this fine showing of the film "If I Bible was really a myth or Christian tim. All seats re should Die," Sunday, just a remnant of primitive free. Good Word for Today: Repairer By PHILLIS SJOBLOM Text: ...and you will be called the repairer of the breach; the restorer of the streets in which to dwell. Isaiah 58:12 NASB REPAIRER Are there breaches that need repairing in your life? Do these breaks seem almost unmendable? Have they become millstones =around. your neck? Christian, take heart, and heed the instructions iven in the verses just preceding our text. We are told to avoid oppressing people or speaking evil of them; to give ourselves to the hungry, satisfy the desire of the afflicted, and then our light will rise in darkness. Verse eleven goes on to say that our gloom will become as midday, the Lord will continually guide and satisfy us in scorched places; He will give strength to our bones and we will be like a watered garden--a spring whose waters never fail. What a beautiful word picture! And then "you will be called the repairer of the breach .... " This passage speaks to me and says that if we get our life in the right order- putting God first by doing the things He would have us do--then the breaches will be repaired. It  may not happen overnight, and it will most likely be in a manner that we least ex- pected, but the break will be mended. We can count on it! Has a breach been opened between your child and the Lord? Parent, you can stand in the gap by following the advice we just read. The results won't be instantaneous, but your Christian example will bring him to repentence and make you a repairer of the breach. Perhaps your breach has been caused by an injustice, real or imagined, done you by a friend-or done by you to a friend. Again, the ad- vice is sound-refrain from pointing the finger or speaking wickedness and you will be a repairer of the breach. C,'s words are. powerful m/edicine. Keep them in your heart and practice them in your life and they will bring healing to the broken areas of your life. LDS Wor!d th00s By DORIS HILL The World Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be held this Saturday and Sunday (october 4 and 5) in Salt Lake City and broad- cast over several TV stations in the Redwood Empire. Robert V. Knudsen, President of the Church Stake, which includes Cloverdale, will be among the thousands of church leaders who will be at- tending the two-day meetings in the Utah city. The morning sessions for both days will be carried on cable TV Channel 2. KTXL, Channel 40, will broadcast two hours n Saturday af- ternoon, live, from I to 3 p.m. and two more hours on Sunday from 10:30 to 12:30 from 9 a.m. KGO, broadcast following 12, from The Priesthood conference cast by Ukiah Saturday at Welfare for the There will church due to broadcast, held on tl the october IL Spencer President one-half church,wl p.m.  conference. 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