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Page 8 - Wedne.day, November 19, 1980 Manzanita Manor Musings By JAN FREEMAN There&apos;s a nip in the air and the leaves are falling to the ground in beautiful colors. A sure sign that harvest time is here, and almost gone. Fruit cakes are baking in ovens everywhere, while many people are choosing the size of turkey that fits their needs (and pocketbooks!), to grace the Thanksgiving table. Nut bowls are appearing, fireplaces crackling, and Christmas lists are beginning to be made. I love to rake the leaves and bake fruitcake but it's not always possible because of lack of time. However, I'm good for at least one cake a season and one good "leaf-raking." We had a birthday party last Tuesday, November II, and twelve of our residents were on hand to celebrate. Lellani Greenly, our speech therapist, entertained with a sing-a-long before a beautiful cake and punch, provided by the kitchen, was served to everyone. Another reminder that we are looking forward to November 27, "Turkey Day," at the Manor so have your appetites ready! H you're like me, your mourn starts to water when you think of that good food! That's something to be thankful for all by itself. We live in a country where there is an abundance of good food, and diff'ret ways to cook it. At our hoilse, there are enough leftovers to eat on for a week! Speaking of turkey, Victor Zimmerman, Coralei Dimmen, and her friend Dorothy, Theresa Dencler and myself, went to a delicious turkey dinner at the Senior Citizen's potluck. Lots of good food, friends and the en- lertainment was pictures of 1he Warm Springs Dam. Also, a lady from the Sonoma County Council on Aging was there to answer any questions concerning the Senior Citizen. Rachel Garison is the President and she does a great job get- ting people in to help inform the elders of Cloverdale of things happening that affect them. Remember the Flea Market on December 6, and get all of those extras in the house gathered up, ready to be picked up, and give me a call at 894-5201. As we look with an- our new den 't I wouldn't ahead need So let's and ask wisdom to decisions of us. t00qlzgz" "on United Church Cloverdale Choir Festival Do you like to sing? D(. you like to listen to grand music? Then we have just the thing for you! On November 23, 1980, the United Church will host a program for the public. This will be a choir festival, consisting of various local and Geyserville Choirs from various churches and singers not connected with any choirS, but who just love to sing. Flyers are going out to choirs and interested individuals inviting them to participate in he Cloiz Festival. We are lucky indeed to have as our guest choir of ,,,ter that day, Eugene Jones, choir master for the Berkeley Community Chrus and the First Presbyterian Church in Santa Rosa. Various members from the Cloverdale United Church have previously par- ticipated in another Choir Festival led by Mr. Jones. We felt it would be a won- derful program to have in our beautiful city and asked Mr. Jones ff he would be interested in leading us in one. Mr. Jones has set up a program as follows: at 2 p.m. all singers will gather for a two-hour training period at the church and after that practice time a public program will be presented at 4 p.m. for all inlerested cilizens. There will be no charge for the program; there will be a free-will offering after the program ; followed by refreshments in the social hall for anyone interested in meeting Mr. Jones. Come and have a good lime listening to some really fine music and see whal a talented choir master can de with voices. Anyone wanting more in- formation please call Barbara Peugh, after 6 p.m. at 894-5791. Words for the world This is the secon(I m a 7- peace. They embraced part series,.sponored by the many teachings with Baha'is of Cloverdale, from supplemented and sup- the Writings of Abdu'l- ported that of universal Baha, eldest son of the peace. founder of the Baha'i "Among these teachings Faith, Baha'u'llah. It is the was the independent in- first part of Abdu'l-Baha's vestigation of reality so that reply to a letter addressed 1he world of independent to Him by the Executive investigation of reality so Committee of the central Ihat the world of humanity Organization for a Durable may be saved from the Peace, dispatched to the darkness of imilation and Committee at The Hague by allain to the truth; may tear the hands :of a special off and cast away delegation, after World War this ragged and outgrown protected them. There is no doubt that the shepherd is iklnd to all the sheep and should there be among these sheep ignorant ones, they must be educated; ff there be children, they must be trained until they reach maturity; if there be sick ones, they must be cured. There must be no hatred and enmity, for as by a kind physician these ignorant, sick ones should be treated. I, on December 17, 1919. garment of a thousand And among the teachings years ago and may put of Baha'u'llah is that "Among His teachings on the robe woven in the religion must be the cause was the declaration of utmost purity and holiness of fellowship and love. If it universal peace. People of in the loom of reality. As becomes Ihe cause of different nations, religions reality is oneand cannot estrangemenl fhen it is not and sects who followed Him admit of multiplicity, needed, for religion is like a came together to such an therefore, different remedy; ifil aggravates the extent that remarkable opinions musl ultimately disease Ihen it becomes gatherings were instituted become fused into one. unnecessary. consisting of the various "And among the nations and religions of the leachings of Baha'u'llah is "And among the east. Every soul who en- the oneness of the world of leachings of Baha'u'llah is tered these gatherings saw humanity; that all human hat religion must be in but one nation, one beings are the sheep of god conformity with science teaching, one pathway, one and He is the kind Shepherd. and reason, so that it may order, for the teachings of. This Shepherd is kind to all infuence the hearts of men. Baha'u'llah were not lhe sheep, because He The foundation must be limited to the esta- created them all, trained solid and must not consist of blishment of universal them, provided for them imitations." II I The good word for *today: Engrafted TEXT: ...receive with meekness the engrafted word of God which is able to save your souls. James 1:21. The Bible is the life-giving word of God, but only if you receive it as such. If we approach it simply as literature and read it as just an ordinary book then that is exactly what it will be.. However, if we want to reap the reap the rich harvest of promises contained therein we musl open the Bible praying that the Holy Spirit I I IIIH I Obituaries Norma Mobbs Services were held Saturday, November 15, for Norma Mobbs, 59, Hopland, who died in a Ukiah Hospital Thursday. A native of San Francisco, she is survived by her husband, Wllburn Mobbs, Hopland; a son, Dennis Mobbs, Ukiah ; her daughlers, Kalhleen Donahoo. ttopland, and Sandra Sires. Sa, .J-so; her will teach us and that our eyes. will be opened to the Iruths we read - that the word will truly be implanted in us as James says. You may be assured that a totally changed life will be the result if you are truly earnest and sincere. Even as a domestic shoot is grafted tO a wild grape root in order to bring large healthy grapes to the vine, so we can see great im- provement when we graft the word of God into our hearts. The resulting fruit I mother Anne Kunakov, Cloverdale; her sisters, Dorothy Oddone and Giadys Hartman, both of San Bruno; her brothers, Peter S. Kunakov, Pacifies; and Richard Kunakov, Cloverdale; and four grandchildren. Fred Young and Co., Cloverdale, was in charge of arrangements. Burial was at Cloverdaie Cemetery. Estella Mary Waite 'rvices f-r Exella Mary is far superior to anything we cold have brought forth from our own faulty stock. Are you satisfied with the "fruit" being produced in your life? Maybe you are like the domestic grape, which falls prey to certain diseases .until it receives a natural resistance by being grafted to the wild root. If you feel that there has got to be something more in life than you have experienced this far, engraft in the Word, Jesus Christ, and know the really abundant life. Waite, 71, who died Friday in a Healdsburg hospital after a long illness were held Tuesday, November 18 at 10 a.m. She is survived by her husband, Harrison Waite, Cloverdale; her "son, Wallace Waite, Cloverdale; by two grandsons and two great-grandchildren. She was the sister of Alice Madden, Lillian Hazlett, and Joe Carlson, all of Nebraska, Elizabeth Price, San Bernardino; Harold , RaiRh and Gordon Carlson, all f Idaho; and Sol ('arlsdn, Texas. Parish to have mi O ion Father Henry, pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church in Cloverdale, announces a parish-wide mission, to be held from Monday, December 1, through Friday, December 5. In order to give everyone an opportunity to attend, one mission has been scheduled for 7:30a.m. and another at 7:30 p.m. on each of the five days indicated above. portant matters of our lives: the salvation of our immortal soul and will discuss the many obstacles to salvation and the won- dcrfui mercy of God and His love for souls. Our parish mission will be conducted by a Dominican priest from San Francisco, Father Basil Cole, a renowned Dominican preacher with wide ex- perience in this field. There is a great deal of confused thinking in the world today, but the church insists that the "truth of the Father Basil Cole was Father Basil Cole Lord abides forever." The born in San Francisco in aim of this parish mission is 1937, graduated from St. to offer the opporlunity to Monica's _Parochial School hear again the eternal in 1951, attended St. many clubs and dancehalls Irulhs of the Catholic faith, Ignatius Preparatory and of lhe Bay Area. in the contexl of our modern won a B.A. degree in After his college world. English literature from the gradualion, Father Cole University of San Fran- entered the Dominican cisco. During high school novitiate at Kentfield, This mission then will and college he worked as a California, in 1960. He did treal one of the most im- jazz musician, playing his philosophical and o . theological studies at St. Albert the Great College, Oakland, and was ordained a priest in 1966. He did further studies at Le Saulchoir, France, where he earned his lectorate and licentiate degrees in sacred theology, and served for a time as chaplain to the Dominican Sisters at Melun, France. Upon his return to the U.S., Father Cole served as Catholic (Newman) chaplain at the College of Maria for many years, then as retreat master at St. Raymond's Retreat, Thousand Oaks, California, where he also served as professor of theology and philosophy at Pilarica College for the Notre Dame Sisters. Elected prior of St. Dominic's in San Francisco, and re-elected in 1974, he served as parish priest and a lecturer at various in- stitutions. He was elected prior of St. where he time Since his time Dominican While demands the time to articles periodicals. During will be for ciliation the services. Rosary minutes vices. Fatl available personal counsel00 Hold day, Friday, for your Everyone to attend! Baha'is celebrate birth of Baha'u'llah Baha'is and their friends from Healdsburg and Cloverdale commemorated a joyous holy day, the birth of Baha'u'llah, November 12, with prayers, selections from the Baha'i writings, music, a filmstrip, and a potluck dinner. Two more days will be. observed during November., November. The Day of the Covenant will be oMerved November 25, at the home of Dale and Diana Hudson and will feature prayers and selections from the Baha'is writings. The anniversary of the Ascension of 'Abdu'l- Baha will be observed November 28 at the same location. Both observances are associated with 'Abdu'l- Baha, eldest son of Bha'u'llah, prophet and founder of the Baha'i Faith. Baha'u'llah will and testament appointed 'Ab- du'l-Baha to lead the Baha'i community and maintain its unity after His death. Baha'u'llah named 'Abdu'l-Baha the center of His covenant and gave him the authority to interpret his teachings, to create governing institutions that would be consistent with those teachings, and to serve as the living example of the virtues and behavior called for in Baha'u-llah's revelation. The Faith which 'Abdu'l- Baha served teaches the unity of God, the unity of religion, and the unity of mankind. "That which the Lord hath ordained as the sovereign remedy and mightiest instrument for the healing of all the world is the union of all its peoples in one universal cause, one common faith," Baha'u'llah said. 'Abdu'l-Baha spent 40 years of his fife'in prison.  Upon his release in 1908, he began traveling to spread the revelation of Baha'u'llah to other parts of the world, bringing his father's message of unity to House of America in 1912.  in mankind. Wilmette, i)linois, he laid Italian Federation Thursday The regular monthly meeting of the ICF will be held on Thursday, November 0, in the upper rooms at St. Peter's Church. Everyone is asked to bring in their fancy goods for the booth at the Christmas Faire meeting will served as is set up. asked to  asit is ofl Cloverdale Area Church Directo ANTIOCH MISSIONIARY GAPTIST MISSION 47] (IovOale ElvO M*'.S.O Rel'ltv*' K,' IfAm% SunDay SchOOl 10  , GRACE LUTNERAN CNURCN .$uct6#V MOcn WorSh*o Service NIorn,nc Worshqo I1 & ,  N Clovedate BIvO S4d&v ShooI E vPn,n9 WOrShtD b O n Pastor Norman M Re,er N,dweek Serv.ce. (Thurs.) ?  ,w Phone 433 31135 Or 094 ?330 Study Classes (MOrt tOrns.) 10a.m DAN&'I @AITH Fireside 8Aeet,nqs (tw(e Please call for more information a month check Calender NEIINRORHOOO CHURCH Grow Oro4ps and.or literature o( Eve,n5 tot D31es Chrtstl,r, #***)sOy Aihce S4NIy WortJ,I) Phone 894 4172 and Times) . 211 Tarmm Or,ve Eving Serv,ce 894.4663 Childrtl's Classes 9:30a m. P130: KtN Hoover Eie Study IThurSd&y) 1194 42 (Sun. Morns.) 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