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'i anniversary rated Oct. 20 Baha'is of the the birth of Baha'is of two by C, od to in this held at Julian and Writings Per to the Baha'i holy day were prepared by Virginia Briggs. Music and refresh- ments followed. The Bab was horn in Siraz, Iran (then Persia), and his name means the "Gate." In 1844 the Bab proclaimed himself a prophet of God and told of Baha'u'llah, whose coming Death" e Oct. 25 of Clover- invite a Baha'i a talk on " at the Memorial Cl0verdale, p.m. "tor and Stanlislov speaker Yugoslavia with his Santa Cruz. in a person's to come to arises. a means is sustained to meet this In the sacred writings of the Baha'i Faith many selec- tions on death and eternal life offer to mankind assurance and freedom from fear. Baha'u'llah, prophet- founder of the Baha'i Faith wrote, "I have made death a messenger of joy to thee. Wherefore dost thou grieve? I made the light to shed on thee its splendor. Why dost thou veil thyself therefrom ?" This is the first of a series of public meetings to be held in Cloverdale and Heald- sburg during October and November. For further information call 894-4172. would fulf the prupbeeies of all the great religions and usher in a new age. Because of His teachinp, He and some 20,000 of His followers were persecuted and martyred, a spokesman said. The Bab was only 30 years old at the time of His martyrdom in Tabriz, lran. The Bab's body was concealed by His followers for many years in Iran. Then with much difficulty it was brought to the Holy Land and presently rests in the Shrine of the Bab on Mount Carmel in Hafts, Israel. The Baha'i Faith is an independent, worldwide religion founded by Baha'u'nah, who taught the unity of God, unity of religion and unity of mankind. The Baha'i teachings also stress the independent investigations of truth, the equality of men and women, the harmony of science and religion, the abolition of extreme poverty and wealth, the need for a federated world government, and the abolition of all forms of prejudice. For further information on the Baha'i Faith, please call 894-4172. Good Word for Today: Darkness lor Thou wilt the Lord, enlighten my 18:28. not, at or other, ex- ands dangers in the black fear is, I to man Bible tells us mde in God's 1:26) is light (John follows that foreign to our In Mat- (8:12 and is equated 1Jolm 2:11, with he that is in darkness and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes." What a heart- breaking picture! "He knoweth not whither he goeth..." Here is one who is stumbling, sightless; unable to reach his goal because he doesn't even know in which direction it lies. Dear friend, if you find yourself in that position today, walking in darkness and blinded by hatred, sin and guilt, and long to know the peace and comfort of walking in the light, take heart. You have assurance that it can be so. Jesus has already purchased your right to walk in the light. Nearly two thousand years ago He carried your tran- sgressions up Calvary's H/If and left them there on the blood stained cross. Your account was settled on that day You have only to acknowledge who He is and what He has done zd received Him into your heart. In Col(Lians 1:13, we read that God has delivered us from the power of darkness and translated us into the kingdom of His dear Son. Read again the text for today and know that it is true. The Lord your God will enlighten your darkn,' ry Bible translator to at Lutheran Church be the Wednesday, the fall rally Women's hosted Circle Church. husband, Bible home on Liberia, Work among this exciting work is invited to attend the meeting at Grace Lutheran Church. tribes that have never had a written language -- the "Bibleless" tribes who have never been able to read the Word of God tat heir own language. The Olthoffs task is to turn the spoken word into a written one, with the ultimate goal of providing their people with God's Word in their native language. Anyone in- terested in hearing about 'I'ne schedule for the day's meeting is as follows: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Opening devotions and Holy com- munion, Bible Study, business meeting; 12:30- 1:30 p.m. lunch; 1:30-3 p.m., Jean Olthoff, speaker; 3:30 p.m., dosing devotions. uaries Florence E. Wells passed She is survived by a son, 1980, after George H. Phillips . of at a Cloverdale; grandchildren Eleanor West, Santa Rosa; a native Jan Bastron; William aged 95 Harriott; and Benjamin last o- Harriott, all of Sebastopol; a coffee great, great grandchildren Coffee in Jaime and Leanne Bastron, She had Sebastopol; and area Christopher Dukes, Santa from Rosa; and one sister, Mabel She was a Blagborne, Alameda Native County. the Golden Memorial contributions can be made to the Episcopal Community Services (Y.C.S. in care of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 209 Matheaon Street, Healdsburg.) General services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the good Shepherd, Cloverdale. Inurnment was at Moun- tainview Cemetery in Oakland. Services were by Fred Young and Company of Cloverdale. Lottle L. McPherson teacher 100, Francisco a of the for the Uldah. Jose Alumnae had lived in Clover- dale, where she taught school and lived on a ranch. For many years she was an active member of the Cloverdale Women's Im- provement Club. Recently Mrs. McPherson received birthday congratulations from President Jimmy Carter and vfe, Rosalyrm. She is survived by a step- grandson, Russell Mc- Pherson of Cloverdale; and step-great grandchildren Robert McPherson of Ukiah, Linda Fleshman.of Fountain, Colorado, and four great-great- grandchildren" Graveside services under the direction of the Eversole Mortuary will be held Friday, October 17, at 2 p.m. with Rev. William Duncan officiating. Burial will be in Ukiah Cemetery. Wednesday, October 22, 1980- Page 5 United Church Turkey dinner Tickets for the annual turkey dinner, given by the United Church of Clover- dale, are now on sale. ' The dinner is to be held in the Citrus Fair Building on November 8, 1980. Serving will-be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. In addition, the Women's Fellowship will have the second showing of their Christmas Bazaar. These items are all made by the church ladies and make lovely Christmas presets. Ticksts can be purchased from Dr. Snider's office., 894-3906, Silva's Pharmacy, 894-5206, Lois Kinzey, 894- 5329, Millie Renish, 894-2640, Dora Goodman, 894-3553, Bob Gibson,894-5659. The tickets will cost $5.50 for adults and $3 for children 12 years and under. Tickets can be purchased a the door. The committee fw the am,ml United C'hm.h turkey dinner to be held November 8 at the Citrus Fair bdMing are Imq making Final plans. Sbm, a left to right: Viola Groves, kit- ehen chairman; Ralph Pbnck, pnblicRy and Uck chair- man; Rev. Robert Kersey, and Helen Campbell, general chairman. Photo by Janice. Isis Oasis to present Fandango Oct. 24 On Sumday, October 26, at 2 p.m., Los Californios, a group of Northern California ethnic musicians, will present Fandango, the music and dance of California's early emigrants. The event is being sponsored by The Institute for Traditional Studies, a statewide non- profit arts organization that supports artists and per- UN Day to be celebrated forms community service Baha'is, who have been projects, active in nonpolitical United The event will be held at Nations activities since the the Isis Oasis Lodge, 20eS9 founding of the world Geyserville Avenue in organization in 1945, pay Geyserville and will tribute to that organization highlight the annual two- on United Nations Day, day Fall Colors Tour October 24. festivities being held in the Since 1945 when the area on Saturday and Baha'is presented the Sunday. Baha'i peace program at Members of the group the beginning session of the Omthaml on page 17 UN in San Francisco, Baha'is have supported and Mini-Youth Conference in Eureka held in the afternoon at the Eureka Stake Center. Each session will be rq)eated three times enabling ever)one to attend each class. Workshop leaders will be on Jenson, a popular seminary teacher from Nape; Norman Tanner, high school coach and bishop from Vallejo; and Lioyde Cope, a Stake ,President from Paradise. The participants will have dinner with their host families after which a dance will be held a( the stake building. Religious services will be hel Sunday morning beginning at 9 a.m., con- eluding with a testimony meeting. Two buses have been chartered for the Utah Stake youth and young adults and will leave from the Ukiah chapel at 7 a.m. The Cloverdale and Willies groups will be picked up enroute. The Lake County youth will alsoleave from Uiah and the Ft. Bragg group from Willits. Cost of he conference, including transportation and meals, is SS. Adam Christanson of Eureka is chairman of the affair. By DORIS roLL Youth from'the Stake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will travel to Eureka this weekend where they will attend a Mini-Youth Con- terence sponsored by the young people of that Area. "l Decide the Person I'll Be" will be the theme for the two-day affair which will begin at I0 a.m. Saturday. Lunch on that day will be at the Samoa Cook House where they will also be entertained by a magician. Three workshops will be endorsed the role of the UN in the economic social and humanitarian fields. The world today is in need of more than superficial adjustments. It needs something that will chanRe the social and spiritual nature of man. Baha'u'Uah, prophet-founder of the Baha'i Faith, said that material civilization must be combined with divine civilization in order that the peace of the world be at- tained. For over I00 years, Baha'is have sought to bring about the unity of mankind, world peace and world order. Baha'is believe that by patting into action the teachings and the rememdy for the ills of society that Baha'u'llah offered to mankind, the whole recoustruction of the civilized world, polltieally, spiritually and economically will become a reality. The Baha'i Faith enjoys consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Rewmentativm are sent to InternaUonal Conferences and gatherings, helping with solutions for the problenm of mankind. Dance & Buffet SPONSORED BY I.C.F. BR. No. 75 Saturday, Nov. 1,1980 St. Peter's Hall, Cloverdale Dancing - 9 p.m. - loam. Buffet 11pm. Music by R.S.Malvesti Trio Donation - ' 5  Door Prim .. i III I IIIIII I I II II I I , =,= Cloverdale Area Church Directory ANTIOCH MISS|OIARY RAPTIST MIS$1OH al} (OvrOale Bird &A,S,O Rrtttgtw Krl ItAfl SunOav SChOOl t0 A m Morn,r WorShip tl a m [ v'n,nQ Warhi o & p m *dw'k Sofv,ce iTU'* I I O m RANA t @&ITN Please call for more informaliO an(/or literature Phone 1194 dl7 6LL 4532 Study CIA$' { torn. ) 10am F/reside .einqs (w,ce A mOt tteCk CalEndar Of Events tar DAtes rid Times) Children's Clas 9'0 m, ($4m. Morns.) 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