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Page 10 - Wednesday, November 26, 1980 III I "l00l00glon Sheryl e.l!ard .ndRon.ld Shafer un,ted in marriage Az a double ring polyester chiffon overlay, a The groom&apos;s mother wore The Good Word for Today: By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: ..."Brother Saul, redeive your sight." Acts 22:13 Have you ever envied someone who is a member of a big family? Have you houghl how great it would be to have brothers and sisters to share with in times of gladness and to go to for comfort when things are going wrong? It means so much to have someone who knows all our faults and foibles and who love us anyway. Close family ties are so important. We need people in our lives with whom we can let down all our defenses and pretenses Brother and just be ourselves. You might say, "Yes, I haOe hinged fipr these lhings bu I don' have any brothers or sisters. I am not a part of a large family and it can't be changed." Two words in today's text "Brother Saul" shows thal il can be changed. Saul had been a very active enemy of the church. Indeed, he held the coats of the angry mob who stoned Stephan. It was his heart's desire to destroy 1he Christians. But after his life-changing encounter with Jesus, hen the road to Damascus, he was a new man. Ananias was told by the I.)rd Io go where Saul was and minister to him. Anaias demurred because he knew whal a powerful enemy Saul had been, but :he llrd said, "Go, for he is a chosen inslrumenl of mine.'" (Acts 9:15). Anaias obeyed, verse 17 he departed and entered the house, and afler laying hands on him said, "Brother Saul. receive your sight." Do you see what happened? Immedialely Paul (Saul) became a brother. This slill happens Ioday Upon your becoming a believer you become a brother or sister Io every other Christian. In Malthew 23:8, Jesus said we are all brothers. Come, join lhe family of God tay. Mormons observe U.S. National Family Week, all year long By DORIS HILL Members of the Clyerdale Branch, Chch of Jesus Christ of La*ter-day Saints, are eQecially thankful this w not oily because it is nksgiving, but because it is U.S. National Family Week. Many local families are gathering tomorrow for the traditional turkey dinner, but Family Week is ob- served by local Mormon families all year long. In most Mormon families, eyry Monday night is Fdmily Home Evening, a carefully prepared program in which all family mere- betrs paPticipate; a varied program of Gospel lessons and games, music and ten refreshments, most likely prepared by the children thtmselves. Children take turhs giving a lesson from yearly "Family Home Evening" manuals,, as well as morn and dad. The manual give guidelines and lessons for creating a happier family life. In the April, 1979, issue of t he Readers Digest, the insert titled "? Keys to Mormonism," it states thai '*Mormons consider it a gift of God to be able to marry, have children, teach them the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and bind them together in happy, harmonious family life. To them home and family are individible. One without the other is un- thinkable. Home is where they weld both generations into their ideal of a family. Loving, growing, sharing, self-contained unit. Home is where the father is breadwinner and mother is homemaker, where both are responsible for the education, welfare, and well-rounded development of their children." Today there are many threats to the American family and home, with permissiveness, prom- iscuity, divorce and drugs, breakdown of parental authority, and lack of communication between parents and children. In the face of all this, it would help if we all observe U. S. National Family Week all year long. ceremony on August 24, Sheryl Ann Bullard of Cloverdale and Ronald James Sharers of Corona. California, were united in marriage al the United Church of Cloverdale with Rev. Ruberl Kersey of- ficial ing. The bride, daughter of Mr. aod Mrs. Dave Bullard of M. Pine Road in Cloverdale was given in marriage by her father. Her maid of honor was Cathy Crillendon of Cloverdale. Bridesmaids were Debbie It.neRo=5 oI Ukiah, Karen Lamb of Corona and Robyn Bullard of CIoverdale, sisters of the bride. The groom's besl man was Reed Davis of Santa Rosa. Henry Irnelos of Ukiah, Leonard Lamb of Corona and Ricardo Lopez of Santa Rosa were groomsmen. Bob Cervany of Rohnert Park and Harvey Munoz of Dizen were the ushers. Tami Irnelos, niece of the bride, was the flower girl and Tommy Johnson, brother of Ihe groom was the ring bearer, Room attendant was Aria Seymour of Cloverdale and the candle lighter was Kathleen Daly of Cloverdale. The church was decorated with large ferns and Baby's Breath al the altar. Hand- made bows of white and blue satin ribbons and Baby's Breath decorated the pews down the center isle. The bride's gown was handmade by her mother, of antique qvory satin with Queen Anne neckline and bishop sleeves with pearls and lace on pointed cuffs. The floor-length gown had a fitted bodice covered with Alencon lace, pearls and scat tered sequins. The shirt of the gown had Alencon lace edging in front and over chiffon acordion pleated double ruffled cathedral train. The entire gown was studded with medallions of lace, beaded with 8,000 seed pearls. The headpiece was of lace, pearls and sequins designed Io malch the gown. The three-tiered cathedral length veil was illusion net edged in tiny satin ribbon. The bride carried a beauJiful cascade of fern and Baby's Breath wilh miniature iwiry and blue carnai.ns and satin rib- bans. The bridesmaids and flower girl wore matching floor-length gowns of baby blue crepe satin, strapless with candlelight ivory lace. They wore matching hats covered with lace and 1rimmed with satin ribbon and narrow lace trim. The flower girl wore a headpiece of fresh flowers. The bridesmaids carried matching cascades of flowers to match the brides. The flower girl carried a basket with firn and Baby's "Breath and carnations. The bride's mother wore a fit)or-length gown of peach chiffon over silk trimmed with a band of ivory lace around t he waist. She wore a while ,)rchid wilh satin ribbon corsage. a dark green floor-length gown of polyester crepe, with a ribobn !ie az waisl and a while orchid corsage with salin ribbons. The tradilonal wedding march wasplayed by the church organist, Maxine Allen. The music for the ceremony was furnished by friends of lhe bride and groom, Nancy Johnson and Julie Novak, Lee and Denise Menicucci. The songs they sang were "There is Love" and "A Love Song." The reception following theceremony was held a the Velerans Memorial Building and was beautifully decorated with bells, streamers and bows of blue and white throughout both rooms. The tables were covered with white lableeloths, ivy and candlesticks. A beautiful champagne fountain was used for lhe punch mix. The food table was beatifully done by friends of the bride's parents. The cake table was decorated with a hand crocheted Queen Anne tablecloth over baby blue centered with a four-tiered wedding cake fronted in ivory and baby blue. Each ier was draped with Baha'i Fireside to be given in Spanish The second of Public prophet-founder of the Baha'i Firesides being Baha'i Faith brought to given in the Spanish lan- mankind for this day. guage will be at the home Literature will be available of Dale and Diana Hudson, for those who desire it. t22 E. 2rid Street, Saturday, Baha'is believe that man November 29, 7:30 p.m. learns of God through The public is invited, messengers, that the messenger of God for this Augustin Barrozo Galvan age is Baha'u'llah (Glory of from Kenwood will be God), the Promised One speaker. He will talk on the foretold by Moses, Jesus Baha'i Faith, answer Chrisl and other questions, and explain the messengers of God. The teachings, principles and purpose of His coming is to laws that Baha'u'llah, the unite mankind. To God, all mankind is one human family. All men and brothers. Baha'u'llah, warned that "the well-being of mankind, its peace and security are unattainable unless and until its unity is firmly established." For further information about this Spanish-speaking fireside or the Baha'i Faith, please call 894-4172, or send a card to Baha'i Faith, P. O. Box 234, Cloverdale, CA 95425. Thanksgiving Day Service special Thanksgiving set,ice will be offered on NoVember 27 at First ch of Christ, Scientist, 424 East Street, Heald- sblrg. riptures selected for the occasion point to Christ Jesus' example of gratitude as something deeply felt and lived day by day in healing, regeneration, and brotherhood. Related passages from "ence and Health with K to the Scriptures," by My Baker Eddy, the dminational textbook, will be ready by Robert Morse and include the statement: "Gratitude is much more than a verbal expression of thanks. Action expresses more gratitude than speecb." A familiar passage from Psalms, "O come, let us sing unto the Lord .... Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms. For the Lord is a great God" -- along with other selections from J he Old and New TeslamenJs -- will be ready by Helen Maize. The 10 a.m. service also includes hymns, prayers, and a lime for church members to express gratitude for God's good- ness and care. All are welcome to attend, and care will be available for very young children. Obituary Kay Weyer In Cloverdale, November 17, i980, Kay Weyer, beloved mother of ,/on Mills of Penngrove, Joseph Mills of FJprida,' also survived by 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. A nalive of Kansas, age 71 years. Friends were invited to a Jend Rosary and blessing services Thursday morning al 9:30 a.m. November 20 from the Chapel of Fred Young & Co., Healdsburg, with Father Michael Culligan of St. John's Catholic Church officiating. Interment was at Mound Ceme:ery, Healdsburg. Talking Horse and m' In , /01King Gr, d Tly met as it chanced whe#e the four roads me Four men from the four winds come, And it chanced as they met that they talked of the h,,,r=, never a man was du. The man from the east loved the strength of the horse; The man from the west his ce, The man from the north loved the size of the horse, Tl man from the south is grace. So these four men from the four winds e0me, l.ach paused a pace in his course, And smiled in the face of his fellow man And lovingly talked of the horse. Then each man parted and went his way As their different courses ran, And each man parted with joy in his heart, Loving his fellow man. They met next year where the four roads meet, Four men from the four winds come, And it chanced as they met that they lalked of God And never a man was dumb. One pictured God in the image of man, A spirit did one insist, One said that nature itself is God, One said He did not exist. SO they lashed each other wity tongues that stung; They smote as with a rod. Each glared in the face of his fellow man. And wrathfully talked of C, Od. Then each man parted and went his way As their different course ran And each man parted with war in his heart; Hating his fellow man. Aut her unknown Sponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale. 894,4172. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sharer. fros ing pearls and tiny blue carnations with a water fountain between the f'urt two tiers. The cake top was handmade to match the cake by an 83-year old woman in Oregon. The cake was designed by the bride and her mother and made and decorated by Faye Johnson of the Cloverdale Bakery. Approximately 275 guests attended the wedding and reception. The bride works for Design Gifts, Inc., and assistant to President and Manager. the The through the the state heir new home in California. ha'i Gleanings All men have beeen created forward an ever - advancing Baha' Baha'i World M:tlLING ADDRESS: Baha'i Faith P.OBox 234 Cloverdale, CA 95425 J I am interested in the aha'i Faith. provide me with information about it. would prefer: |F-I literature sent to me _a Baha'i teacher to visit me to atend study classes information on how to become a I I I a Bahai. I Name I Address | Town-State Zi [ Telephone I I Remarks: ISponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale - 894-4172 Cloverdale Area Church Directory ANTIOCH MISSIOHARY RAPT)ST MISSION 473 Ctovordale lv(l Nh*,O RepretatwP Ken hams ! Suncay School 10 a n GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH .Sunday Morn Worshq= Serwce Ii} I Morn,nO Worsh,O I1 a m BgO N CIoverOale 81vo Sunday SChOOl E vnncJ Worsh,O 6 O  Pastor Norman M ReOeker ,clweek Serv,ce (Thur I 7 O m Phone 433 3835 or 894 230 EAHA*I FAITH Stuay Cid,'-, IMg %, ' ) 10am F: ire$1cIp McOhnq$ (twff ," P'*-,o call for more informal*on  ront t ,- ,I ,, hteralur.. Ieck Calendar HEIGHEORNOOD CHURCN GrOwth Grous P',m, 94 41/;t of Evem tar OtPS Chr,st,an & *ss=onary Alhance Sund&y Worh,p 11 and TmeS) . 1 T*rmn Dr,re Evh Serv*ce 894 4663 Children% Clas$ 9:0P m. Pastor: Ken MoOve B,ble Study (ThursOayl ISu Morns.} PhOne 194 344S CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday R,DIe Stuav 10 a m OAT VALLEY EAPTIST CHURCH Sunday KhooI 76 Trlrman Dr,re Sun Morn,nl VOrsh, O 11 a m =(hway 12tl Morn,rig Worsh,p .M*n,ster Robert W (.hurch,ll Sunday Evon.nq 6 O m :ev O F Heter Evcmt Service PhOne 894 063 Wl Ev,nc, 7 0 D m hone 8@4 3107 M,dwee Serwce (Weclnesiay) ChurCh Phone $94  131 D,na Stre,l CHURCH OF GOD PROPHECY Sundy 9 45 a m ':,*  ,iv,,,,,(i ,,  6 P m Pastor a W West PhOne 894 3595 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 2USS Rclwood Hwy SO ranch Pres CMud K Wilhams Phone 894 )2 SUNDAY )HOUR RLOCK Pr*esthoOO 9  Iv, Rebel SOceety 9 .t m Pt,mlry 9  m Ynq Women 9 .-I m SUnday SChOOl 10 1 m Sacrament Met,n 9 , 10 0 rn N(q,ef O<mety HomemaknQ 7 )0 O m Mt(;I ISt Tues eh /kDnth EPISCOPAL CHURCN OF THE GOOD SNEPHERD II? N Ma,n Street Rev Marvin Bowers Priest ,n Charqe Phoe 894 S119 Sun(lay HOly Commun,on 9 a m PIRST SAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsbrq Avenue Pastor JOh POWHI B,ble Te4h,n Progra m 9 46 a m Mocn*ne WorSh,p I'lour II a m Chuch Tr&*nRq Program 4  m Evemnq Wo,p Hour 4 P m M,dweek Srv,ces IWemSly) 1 p m GEYSERVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 212(]0 Geyserville Ave. Pastor: James D. Corner Sb'n. MOrninq WorMtip II : a.m. Church $ch0oI 11 1S a m Adult Short Coele 910 am Chrisli VYomam'S FeliOWllip 10: a.m LIaieb A*Cl .. PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 West Secono St Rev R,charO R,lea PhOne 894 893 SunOay School AAorn,ng WorSh, R E ven,ng Serv,ce B,IDle Study Ii. Prayer (Wed) DO,ST & Pr,ms (Will) WMC All Lad,eS Wetcome (Thur$) SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SATURDAY I CHURCH SabO*h School 2577S Reh#ood HWy S WOrSh*p $rvmc@ [] Pastor Dole WoIcott Family Prayer Feflowship (Wed) Phone 1if4 S703 S,ster Of Srvtce (S 0 S ) ?nd&ath TUeS ST1PETSR'S CATNOLIC CHURCH OUR LAOY OMT. 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