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Page 16 - Wednesday, December 3, 1980 ' Sci d ligio pi o o ence an re n to c 00llglon at Bahai Fireside Waldo Boy& a stu'dt of handicapped at Goodwill "Energy Storage," and he both religionandscience Industries in Santa Rosa, has contracted to publish many years, will speak on \\;. and former manager of the another book on fiber optics Science and religion at a Bosch Baha'i School in which is about the II II II public Baha'i Fireside, Geyserville, Boyd is December 6, 7:30 p.m. at currently writing a book the home of Dale and Diana Hudson, 122 E. 2rid Street. demonstrating the corn- An invitation is warmly patibility of science and extended to all who are religion. Boyd has also interested, published ':Aerospace A world traveler, a Industry," "Oceanology," teacher of electronics to the "World of Cryogenics," and use of glass fibers instead of wire for transmitting in- formation via computer or telephone, Boyd resides in Geyserville with his wife, Anna. Baha'u'llah, prophet- founder of the Baha'i Faith taught that true soience.agr. believe that science becom stition and thai without religion materialism. For further about this fu.eside Baha'i Faith, 8944172 or write to Faith P.O. Cloverdale, CA Improving family relations lecture topic By DORISHILL "Never Give Up, Never Give In," is the topic for the third Know Your Religion lecture for the Ukiah Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latin-day Saints this Friday beginning at 7:30 p.m. Michael P. Zundell who is the principal of a seminary in Coerer D'Alene, Idaho, will give the lecture. He has also been an instructor at the Moscow, Idaho, In- stitute of Religion. He received his BS degree from, the University of Idaho in history and education and his MS degree from Utah State University in In- structional Media and Education. His lecture will focus on the improvement of family relations with "the people I love" as the central theme. Using modern scriptures as well as illustrations the lucture promises to strengthen abilities to bold onto the family, along with guildelines for improving relationships with family, friends, and our Father. The Know your i lectures are held for residents,of from October and are The objective ram is to informative subjects which 'and il Children at Cloverdale Seventh-day Adventist School are Jennifer Mills, Lisa Buck, Jean Buller, Robert Buller, . prepared a Thanksgiving feast under the direction of Mr. and " Shannon McManus, Jenifer Wilcox, and Nicole Parsons. Mrs. Robert Buller and Mrs. Nancy Wolcott. Shown in photo Photo by Janice Corey. Children's feast of Thanksgiving Children at Cloverdale Seventh-day Adventist School paid a special tribute to their families and their school board inembers this season of 'l'n*anksgiving. Tuesday evening they served a Thanksgiving feast they had prepared them- selves under the direction of Home and School Leader, Mrs. Nancy Wolcott and their teachers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler. Students prepared a mouth-watering vegetarian t meal including turkey-like slices and wild rice, a garbanzo-nut loaf with cranberries, potato boats, peas and carrots deluxe, molded apple salad, assorted relishes, whole wheat dinner rolls, strawberry fruit drink, and pumpkin pie. The boys and girls began a true adventure in cooking a week before the big day. They practiced forming six different types of rolls in- bluding fantans, crescents, bow knots, and cloverleaf rolls. They were all caught up in making carrot curls and radish roses. Each child made their own whole wheat pie crust. The afternoon before the dinner out came tables and chairs; on went the orange and white tablecloths, candles, grape leaves, flowered plates, and silverware. The children during the week had constructed place card II The good word for today; Gift and stand-up paper pilgrims for all of the tables to make everything look special This festive evening was made possible because of the energy of fifteen children. They" cooked, decorateji, served and cleaned-up, as well as en- tertained with a short program, all because they were thankful for their families and wanted to expres,s this. I II -I By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: The wages of sin is death but the free gift of God is eternal life. Romans 6:23. Did you know that God is the giver of every good thing? James says that every good thing bestowed and every perfect" gift is from the Father of lights (James 1:17). Whatever is good in your life is a gift from your Heavenly Father. And the gifts of God are not temporal or perishable, as the things the world gives. They are the things that have an everlasting quality; love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, from above, coming down goodness, faithfulness, Jenny Hawk to begin , Mission in Australia q aq By DORIS HILL ' Another local member of " the Church of Jesus Christ  of Latter-day Saints , (Mormon) will be leaving : Cloverdale to spend * eighteen months as a  missionary for the LDS 2 Church ..... *i Jenny Hawk leaves , December 3 for Provo, :o Utah, where she will enter the Mission Training Center for instruction and training. : She will be among the 300 to 400 that arrive each week. She will then be assigned to : the Australia Adelaide " Mission. : Jenny is a 1977 graduate .: of Cloverdale High School, t and a Citrus Fair Princess :: that year. She has been " employed at Washington  School and at Hawks En-  terprises Exxon Service Station. She held , the positions as Primary Choriste/" and Young Adult :: :: Representative for the " Cloverdale Branch of the ' LDS Church. Jenny is the daughter of " Dwayne and Audrey Hawk of Cioverdale. Her brother Mike rectntly served a mission in the Michigan ing Mission. She is one ""e than 30,000 full- -ies presently -ive no :ed by money they have saved and by family assistance. Miss Hawk will make the fifth full-time missionary :i serving from the Cloverdale congregation at present. Others serving are Elder : Dean Mossi in Samoa; Elder Sam Allred in South Carolina ; Elder Greg Kunde in Illinois, and Elder Tim Lee in Portugal. meekness, and self-control. These things don't depreciate with use; indeed, they grow stronger. Look at today's text. "...the free gift of God is eternal life." What a positive, beautiful statement ! And it becomes more powerful when we consider the words directly preceding it. What we have Mormon missionaries are serving from the Cloverdale throughout the world. About 1500 of them filled the Tokyo Stake Center recently to hear counsel from the General Authorities at an Area Conference which followed the dedication o the new Mormon temple in Tokyo Japan, 'the 18th operating temple \\;of the church worldwide: Fred Young and Company Funeral Directors . Locally Owned Since ]859 .Funeral Services with dignity need .Complete traditional services . Memorials . Ground Burial . Immediate cremations .Burial Insurance available .No membership fees . No extra charge 50 mile radius to meet every We recommend preneed arrangements 24 hour immediate services Telephone 433-3329 or 894-2540 Healdsburg - Cloverdale - Windsor earned is death, but God in His cy. and throul'qliS !:" son-Je'us Christ, lovingly offers the greatest of all gifts, eternal life. Let this Scripture speak to your heart today. The world is a master who repays your obedience with death. Yeild It, Jesus now and receive life. Groups to sing carols starting Dec. 6 Volunteers from the Cloverdale Seventh-day Adventist Church will be bringing Christmas cheer to the doors of Cloverdale rsidents again this season, beginning December 6, according to Pastor Dale Wolcott. Groups of singers will be Christmas caroling on Cloverdaie streets several evenings each week until Christmas. For a number of years Cloverdaie adventists have enjoyed using this traditional Adventist "World Service Appeal" camvain, usin the theme "It's Shaing Time." Every home contacted will be given a pamphlet reporting on the church's 1970 outreach and hum- anitarian uplift accom- plishments, and invited to contribute to the 1960 fund. They will be given something else too: a special Christmas  joy in knowing they have helped keep, alive the spirit of Christmas and of the Christ chi]d. Volunteers will also be looking for homes in need of material assistance and offering help when ap- propriate. "Our goal has two parts," says Pastor Wolcott. "We want to share Christmas joy and an op- portunity to know Christ better with every home in Cloverdaie, whether they can contribute financially or not. W,_ also plan to exceed '.[,: ,rot raised last Ye ich was $99O9O"  . f Loci Pastor Wolcott emohasised that although the majority of funds are used for global disaster-relieL medical, educational, and evangelistic work, a sub- stantiai portion remains for local use. In these funds hsre burned-out stop smoking nutrition classes, underprivileged summer camp. 00astor ordai On Sunday, Nm .r 23, 1980, G. Kendall F r was ordained as arr :er of the Gospel at lqeigh- borhood Church, bu-m.an Drive. The 4 p. ;ervme was attended L church members, frie/,  and relatives, ith pas I ; from neighboring Chri m and Missionary Aances churches participating in of two years the service, service and Hoover. Rev. Carl Measell, district superintendent of the Omtrai Pacific District of the Christian & /issionary Alliance, of- ficianted at the service which was the culmination Rev. Hoover the Neighborhood since August native Caiiforni, Oakland. Ken Ruth, make their 26B CARD OF THANKS The Family of Estella Waite would thank all of the people that services and sent cards and made in her name. She enjoyed her friendships with all. life was truly enriched by such fri Cloverdale Area Church Directory AHTIO(H /tSSIONARY RAPTIST MI;SION 4l] ( iovrOale 81vO Sunaa' S(tOo 0 * '' GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH .Sundy MOrn Worsh*p Serv*ce orn,nQ WorsD It a ' {NO N CIoverdale BIvO Sunl& SChOOl Fven,nq Worsh,p 6 p " Pastor Norman  Redeker aAHA*I FAITH F ,r,,%tO, t. * ,,, , ""   '  " ' ' * " 4  ........ ' ' '  I ''' s ' ' ' '  ' L , ,*1 ...... ,., ( ,,t,,,lt NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH GrOwm OrOuos ?' 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W ( hurhdI undl E vt'n.l 6 0 r ,'eV D F H,etLr EV Serv,ce PhO,,O 894 06 W [ve/l,.4 ? )0 p rn )hOne 894 3107 /ldWM Sff,ce IWedlhe$dOyl " ChurCh PhOne S94 ' 131 Dma Street l ___ NuoCla# 9 45 a m CHURCH OF GOD PROPHECY P,%tOt A W West Pon,' 894 359 PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 West Second St Rev R * hlrd Rdea Phon' 89.1 3 Sonde v School NAOr n,ng Worsh ,p E ven*nR Serv,ce 6,hie Study & Prayer (Wed } DaiSY Pr*ms (Wtq01) WC All L4lte Welcome (Thor$) CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST .UNOAY ] HOuR RtOC, OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ;'r,*",thoOO 9 a  ?8;55 oOwoo Hwv SO ei,,.t So( ,etv 9 a m SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SATURDAY #: rn(h Pre CauO K W*ll,m*, P,m,ry 9 a m CHURCH b S(h@OI Phooe 894 ?0?  Y,unl Wo,,,'* 9 a ,, 775 Redwood Hwy S WOrSh,p .'Mrytce I SIOav N(tOOl I0 a m Pasto Dale Wolcott Fore*Iv royer Fellil (Wed) ta, ram,.nt Meet,nq I0 S0 a m Phooe 1194 $703 S,sler of ,e,'rv,ce ($ O S ) ,r 'l,,'t SO( ,ety Homemak,nq t  D   1 TMS MI4 It Tues e(h AAonth Nt*tcl.ty Holy Commun,o 9  m EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 112 N rAain Street .v ar vn ower Pr*sI  Cha*'q,  Phoebe 894 719 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 40 Hoaldburl Aw.rue Pa%t or Joht PowoH BDIe Teach*9 Pro@ram 4S 4 m /Vorn,nq Worship Hour II m (hutch r&*n,nq Program 4 ID m { ve.n,nQ WorSh,p t.r 6 p m V.,dwe. v,ces IWedrSdy) 1 R m ST. PET||| CATNOLIC CNURCN OUR LAOY  MT. CAaMEL Redwood Hwev SO F &her H Pho 43S SimPly kaolin IASti| ,ly Mess {Clvd l /lV MaSS (Clvd I 439 N Cl@veree BIll Ch Cre AvA*lle kAm lt ICINII Phene 14 1 CamfmUmR  m*nmtr of the ConreIMHn Chrcl 1 me United AAethoOis! OEYSERVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 21200 Geysefville Ave Pastor James O Corner St'l AAorn,nq WorSh*p II:l am Church School II IS a m Adult Short Cour 9 30 a m Chrishan W't Fellowship 10:00 am LHJIe A*d '11 UNITaO MIETNOOIST NUIICN Sunav Woom Me44 with Tle Unil Church of Ck)raofe FRED YOUNG & COMPANY 194-2540 Or 433-3329 Thtt S4co Avali4bi Clll This SPe Availaie Coil 194-Z339 THE ENCOR  104 S. Clovordale BIW Iml-lm44 CLOVERDALE BOWL i 10 Healdsburg Ave. g94-7996 Pellegrinirs CHEVRON SERVICE 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. t94-3,123 This Slce Available Call CLOVERDALI REVEILLE 112 First Street 194-3339