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Page 12 - Wednesday, November 12, 1980 t00.llg00" "on I Basic Genealogy course being held By DORISHILL The 12-week basic Geneology course "From You. to Your Ancestors," started its new classes November 9 at 10 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The purpose of the course is to encourage its students to search out their own family history. Some of the subjects covered in the course will be : "Beginning Your Research; .... Family Records; .... Birth, Marriage, and Death Records; .... The Research Process; .... Preparing Your History;" etc. A field trip will be held toward the end of the course wit a visit to Santa Rosa Branch Geneogy Library where instruction will be given as to bow to read census records. Microfilm, and complete instruction on the use of records available at the library. Anyone interested in searching out their own "roots" is welcome to at- tend the course. The only charge is $1.50 for the in- structon manual. For further information, in- terested persons may call the instructor Chuck Allred at 894-3259. St. Peter's Altar Society At the Altar Society meeting last week, final preparations were discussed for the 7th Annual Christmas Faire to be held on November 21 with a Champagne Preview from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Hall and the 10 to 5 p.m. session on Saturday, November 22. Many varieties of candy will be offered in decorative containers, prunes, fruit, walnuts, canned fruit (all products of St, Peter's parishoners) Mrs. Shel Hiatt is in charge of that booth. Many new items will be offered in the wood booth. It all leads to a bigger and better faire each year as women constantly work on flew ideas. Tickets are almost all gone for the Champagne. Preview ..... Call 894-5422 for one if you have not yet purchased yours. To the newcomers in the community, if you have never seen this event, it is one of the major un- dertakings of the parish. On Saturday, November 22, luncheon will be served in the hall. $ St. Peter's Christmas Faire in full swing The regular monthly meeting was held at St. Peter's Hall on Monday with Kathy Jojola presiding. After the opening prayer, led by the Youth Minister, Jim Byrne, Mrs. Steve Connolly showed lms of the high school band's Vienna trip. Refreshments were served following the film and then the business meeting continued. and his role is Youth Minister. Other business: approved the purchase of a sound system for the church; Mrs. A. C. Ciatti was appointed in charge of the Christmas lsket; $50 was give t the Church Women United Blanket Fund; expense account approved for Mr. Byrne. Mrs. Valentine gave a beautiful macrame hanger with Boston Fern she has donated to the Faire to be held November 21 and 22 at St. Peter's Hall. Mrs. Ciatti announced that Paterson TV was donating the soundTygto for music during the Faire and members were asked to provide Christmas albums to tape. All members were urged to make and bring items for Jim Byrne then talked report on progress of the the Faire. Meeting ad- ;about the Confirmation Christmas Faire and Mrs. journed with closing prayer Class whicli he is preparing Anita Mitchell showed the by Jim byrne. ================================================================================== Words for the world This is the first in a seven part series, sponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale from the Writings of Abu'l- Balm, eldest son of the founder of the Baha'i Faith, Baha'u'llah. It is the f'ast part of Abdu'l-Baha's reply to a letter addressed to Him by the Executive Com- mittee of the Central Organization for a durable peace, dispatchea to the Committee at The Hague by the hands of a special delegation, after World War I, on December 17, 1919. "There is not one soul whose conscience does not testify that in this day there is no more important matter in the world than that of universal peace. Every one bears wit- ness to this and adores that esteemed Assembly because its aim is that this darkness may be changed into light, this blood- thirstiness into kindness, this torment into bliss, this hardship into ease and this enmity and hatred into fellowship and love. Therefore, the effort of those esteemed souls is worthy of praise and commendation. But the wise souls who are aware of the essential relationships emanating from the realities of' things consider that one single matter cannot, by itself, influence the human reality as it ought and should, for until the minds of men become united, no im- portant matter can be ac- complished. At present, Universal peace is a matter of great importance, but unity of conscience is essential, so that the foundation of this matter may become secure, its establishment firm and its edifice strong. "Therefore, Baha'u'llah, fifty years ago, expounded this question of universal peace at a time when He was confined in the fortress of Akka and was wronged and imprisoned. He wrote about this important matter oftmiver-! peace to all the great sovereigns of the world, and'established it among His friends in the orient. The horizon of the east was in utter darkness, nations displayed the ut- most hatred and enmity towards each other, religions thirsted for each other's blood, and it was darkness upon u'kness. At such a time Baha'u'llah shone forth like the sun from the horizon of the east and illuminated Persia with the lights of these teachings." 'i ings "O peoples of the world!The Sun of Truth hath risen to illiumine the whole earth, and to spiritualize the community of man. Laudable are the results and the fruitsthereof, abundant the holy ! evidences deriving from this grace. This is mercy unalloyed and purest bounty; it is light for the world and all its peoples; it is harmony and fellowship, and love and solidarity; indeed it is compassion and unity,and the end of foreignness; it is the being at one, in complefe dignity and rreedom, with all on earth.' ' -- Abdu'l  Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu'l - Baha P.1 !pbnsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale - 894-4172 World's fastest typist at SRJC workshop . . . . The world's fastest typist, currently a member of the scheduled this fail at Santa Audtormm include 9 to II a.m., Run "Typewriter" Mingo, Oakland Ravens semi-pro who has appeared recently baseball team, MAngo types on "Real People" and other an incredible 180 words per national TV program, will minute and he has earned a be at Santa Rosa Junior reputation asa motivational C o I I e g e S a t u r d a y, and inspriationai speaker. November 15, to speak in . He will demonstrate his Randolph Newman Auditorium from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at a seminar designed for SRJC Work Experience students. A former professional football player for* the Philadelphia Eagles and typewriting speed on both manual , and electric typewriters and he will talk about life goals and how to reach them. The Ran Mango workshop is one of 42 Cooperative Work Experience Education Seminars Ross Junior College, at the SRJC Petaluma Center and at Sonoma Sate Hospital. Arranged by SBJC Work Experience Coordinators Gary W. anderson and Henry Cronroos, the workshops cover such topics as job seeking, resume writing, life plan- ning, decision making, stress reduction, career options, study skills, health and human dynamics. Some highlights of the fall iorkshops n Newman session n Tuesday, December 2, 5:30 to 7 p.m., on "Interviewing and Job Seeking Skills" by Larry Nazry, Personnel Superintendent of State Farm Insurance, Rohnert Park; "Another Way" on Friday, December 12, at noon by George Greco, SKJC student, who will discuss myths concerning people with disabilities; and a workshop on "The Dynamics of Human Insult" on Saturday, December 20, Dr. William Consulting from Mill The SRJC perience designed to learn how they are a future explore care i goals while for on-the-job For further, about he seminars, Baha'i firesi United Church of Cloverdale Choir Festival Would you like to hear some really good music, led by a fantastica]Jy talented choir master? Now is your chance to do just that[ On November 23, 1980, Eugene Jones will be the guest conductor at a Choir Festival of massed voices from all denominations from Cloverdale and Geyserville. Choir mem- bers are asked to be at the church al 2 p.m. promptly for a two-hour practice period with Mr. Jones. At 4 p.m. that afternoon, the massed choir vloices will present a one-bour program for public, under his leadership. All types of sacred music will be presented, from modern day gospel to spirituals to old-time favorites. The choir members themselves will pick the music to be presented. After the program there will be a free will offering and refresh- ments will be available for the public in the church social hall. This will enable the public to meet with Eugene Jones and the choir members. Watch for flyers around town that will give more information. Anyone wanting in- formation please call Barbara Pengh, at 894-5791 after 6 p.m. in the evenings. She will be glad to add you to the list of singers or give you any information needed. The Good Word for Today: Reproof TEXT: All scripture is inspired by God and is" profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness. 2 Timothy 3:16. As we immerse ourselves in the Word of God, we can expect our lives to be changed by it. Today's text spes out the areas where changes Will ur. God sees our shortcomings and He steps in, via His Word, and corrects them. A good example of this happened in my life recently and I'll try to share it with you. Without going into great detail i will just say that we re going through a season of distress due to unfair criticism by a group, or, more correctly, one or two members of a group. Because the accusations are unjust one is fdled with a helpless rage each time a new charge is made. Finally (and belatedly) did what I ougkt to have done at the very beginning. I laid the whole thing before the Lord and asked Him to show us how to deal with the situation. Immediately the words of Jesus lept into my mind, so forfully that it was almost as if they had been spoken aloud, "Pray for lhem thai despitefully use you." Talk ammt reproof! I was thoroughly deflated and so ashamed! Here I was, full of anger and wanting revenge, and the Lord had to remind me of how far I'd been moved from His percepts. - I opened my Bible to Matthew, 5:44 and read the verse: "But I say to you, 'Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you and pray for them that dpuy nse you.' " As asked for forgiveness and prayed for those in question I knew the peace that comes with obedience to God's word. Hebrews 12:11 says "No chastening for the present seemeth joyous. Nevertheless afterward it yieldeth the peaceable fruit of righteousness." It is that fruit that makes us grateful for reproof. Dr. Jess Portillo from San Francisco will speak in Spanish at a public Baha'i fireside, November 15, at Ihe home of Dale and Diana Hudson, 122 E. 2nd Street, 7:30 p.m. The Baha'is of Cloverdale welcome all Spanish speaking people. The Baha'i Faith will be explained in the Spanish language, questions wig be answered and literature on lhe Baha'i Faith given to those who desire it. Dr. Jess Portillo, chiropractor in San Francisco, assistant to auxiliary board member of the Baha'i Faith, Margaret Gallagher, assigts Spanish speaking Balm'is in nor- thern California, Oregon and Idaho. For centuries all the world's waiting for a to appear, guide ,peace and believe that horn in [ran Promised reOns, help mankind God's Reen said of the is llkea gathering who have words of hope. I great prophets t destroys no  and leaves open... he brings peace to hope to the For further please call LDS celebrated anniversary with grand ball By DORIS HILL Many Cloverdale Mor- mons attended a Grand Ball recently as an event to celebrate the 150th an- niversary of the Church of Jesus Christ" of Latter-day Saints, by Ukiah Stake. The semiformal affair featured music by the Ukiah High Stage Band, a Grand March, refreshments and a floor show. The Grand March was led by Robert V. Knudsen, president of the Ukiah Stake, and his wife, Gen. The traditon of the Grand Ball among Saints goes LOS Church One historian recreation was and dancing desirable parl the means of tertainment Those pioneer dress. Mr. Christensen, co-chairmen Cloverdale Area Church Directory ANTIOCH MISSION&IIY RAPTIST IdlSSION ,173 (IOvOA lvO P.,ss,o*' Rlr@sntatv*p Ke **,m$ Sunday School t0 a m GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH .SunC MOrn Wor!,hq0 Service AAorn,t WorSh, p II a m  N COvrale llv( V :hooI IE vnn WorSh, O & { m P=slor Norman A ROekr MdwPek Serv,ce ( Thu ) 7 ;:, ,n PhOne 433 13S or 894 233*0 Stay Classes (Mon NAorn$.) 10a.m. BAHA't FAITH FireSide Atinqs (tw,ce Please call for more information a month check Calendar NEIOHEOENOOD CNU$1CN GrOwth GrouDs ndor literature Of Events for Dates Chr,st,&n ,sSMllry Alhance Sult$y Wor$1,p Phone 894 4172 and Times) 11 Tarm/m ,ve Even,n9 Serv,ce 894-4663 Children's Classes 9:lOa m. PlSl': Kt Moove Bible Study (Thury) 894.4532 (Sun. lWorns.) 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