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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Saturday. April 14, 1962, P. A Christian Services Announced For Good Friday, Easter Rites Christians in the Eureka area hiive been invited to attend Union Gone! Friday services and Easter Sunrise rites being planned by the lot-ill ministerial association. The First Christian church o Kurirka will host the 12 to 3 p. m. nieilikiiive services on Good Fri!-iy as various ministers present tin- seven last words of Christ. Hov. Harold Ilanton, host pastor, is in charge of the program. Hrijinninu the religions ohscrv- ;HUT mi Kasier Sunday will be ihe traditional service being held ihi.-. yi;ir ;it Oceanvicnv cemetery. hi i:an.' of bad weather worship- I ' ( ' i s \\ill Cither in the chapel, for liic v:i't a.m. service, said Hev. i ; . S Mnrony, chairman. , The (loud Friday services will of the prophesy 'in Isaiah 58 by the Rev. Mr. Ilanton. Program Told The program will be as follows: !2;l)5 p.m. meditation of the wort of intercession, Rev. Paul Man gum, First Nazareno; Word of authority, 12:30 p.m Brigadier William Miller, Salva lion Army: Word of remembrance, 12:55 p. m. Rev. Frank Gehmen, Cutlon Community Methodist, "The Third Word" from Dnbols' arrangement sung by Shirley Sare, William Wenclt, and Warren White: Word of loneliness, 1:20 p.m., tlie Hev. Mr. Ranton, First Christian, Wcndt singing "The Fourth Word" from Dubois.; First Nazarene Services Slated Several special Holy Week p. m. First noon wilh the readingj Word of suffering, 1:45 Hev. J. lUcClure Brown, Presbyterian; Word of victory, 2:10 p.m. Rev. Oscar Link; First Methodist; Word of Kcfuge, 2:35 p.m.. Rev. sunrise rites. He wil Ibe spcakin on "This Matter Of Life an Dcalh." The Rev. Mr. Brown, pros ident of the Eureka Minisleria Association, will be presiding dui ng tho service wilh Ihe invocalio being offered by Mrs. Austin Fernleal, The Little Chapel: The Easier prayer by Rev. Ro Malde, Calvary Lutheran; Ih scripture by Rev. John Smith first Assembly of God; and th aenediction by Rev. Gene Riggs Delhel Assembly of God, The anlhems, "0 Rejoice Y Christians Loudly" by Bad) ani 'Sing and Rejoice" by James wi! be sung by Ihe Eureka big school choir directed by Conra Walla. They also will sing th choral benediction "The Lore Bless You" by Peter Ulkin. been planned by James Senior, First Congregation al; choir singing "They That So liii: First Church of the N a z n - i n Tears" by Gaul. of Eureka, according i u ' v . I'aiil Minimum. Fur the 11 a.m. Palm Sunday nbsiTvanre, tht: minister will preach on the sermon subject of "When .lusus Came (o Jeriifui- k'in" and "The Christ of Every Knud" for (he 7 p.m. gathering. Na/arenes of the Redwood area will convene at 3 p.m. at the Eureka First Church for a special baptism; 1 .! rite, said the Rev. Mr. Mamiiim. Tlii'ii (in Mauuday Thursday, iln rurnbiiic'd youth choirs of :·!· Arcata and Eureka churches M i l l prcsiMi! a concert, of siurcd imi.Mr. The 7:;iO p.m. service will i-iuM 1 in I ho observance of The !es Text Given Text for the seven last words in order of presentation are as follows: Father, forgive them for Uicy know not what (hey do. Truly 1 say unlo you, today you will be wilh me in paradise. Woman, behold your son, son behold your mother. My God, my God, why hast Ihou forsaken me. I thirst. II is finished and Father into Uiy hands 1 commit my spirit. Music for each of the medila lions Will be presented by chora groups from Ihe respective church cs unless otherwise noted. Wor shippers will be seated in the inter vals between each meditation. Sunrise Kites John L. Thompson, III rector, Christ Episcopal church will be the guest speaker for tht Over 3,001) Bibles lost in Louisiana and Texas by victims of ·llurncam 1 Carla" have been re- ;i!;ic(.'d by the American Bible Society. The Society offered such rc- phiTuifnt.s through the churches in tlie stricken areas and by iunincemciils in local newspapers ' i i n i on radio and television slat inns. Bibles have been made available in Spanish and French as \\eil as in Knglish. Pastor Selects Sermon Subject Dr. M, M. Barncli, pastor, has M'livVd I be topic of "How To i'c Saved" for his sermon for liie n ;i.m. service Sunday at :hc Olivary Baptist church of Eur('k;i. For Ihe 7:30 p.m. meeting, he will preach on "How To Bring Others To Christ." Jewish Passover Seder Plans Told The annual Passover Seder f .' Jewish peoples of this area, will be observed by the Congregation Beth El April 22 at the Eureka Woman's club. Services following the 5:30 p.m. dinner 'vil! be conducted by Rabbi Irving Mondel of Palo Alto wilh the assistance of the Jewish Sunday School children. Reservations are to be made by calling Mrs. Allen Fcncrwcr- at VA 2-4343. Tickets cost 53.50 for adult members and 51.50 for children. Non-members will lie charged $5 per person and $2.50 per child. Rabbi Mandel also will be officiating at tho !l:30 p.m. services Fridp.y at the Ryan Memorial building. Journalist To Speak On Russia Russia and Communism will b he subject of three messages ii d trio of local churches over tin veekcnd, it was announced here. The speaker will be George B Dewey, foreign news correspond nl and lecturer, who has been raveling throughout Americi Teaching on "the gathering torm" which faces citizens from he threat of Comr'inism. His schedule call for a 7:30 p. m appearance Saturday night at the Assembly of God church in Hohn erville. Then at 11 a. m. Sunday he will be speaking at the Pcnte costal Church of God in Eureka and at 7:30 p.m. at the First As sembly of God church here. Title of his talk will be "Wh; Russia Always Wins." Along will it he will be showing the film "General Walker Speaks." "Extraordinary things are go ing on behind the scene of vis Bible events" says Dewey who has spent over a quarter of a cen- Uiry in journalist work overseas. During his years as a foreigr correspondent, Dewey covered the early years of Mussolini's rule in taly, was caught in the war China in 1037, covered the fall of King Farouk of Egypt, assisted in making a newsreel covering the Mau uprising in Kenya in 1055 and seven of the "peace conferences" with Russia. During 1941, 1M2 and 1843 he was assigned to the special service department as n lecturer before the men of the Armed Forces and the last year of the war lit served as field director for the American Red Cross. An author of several books, lie wrote "The Red and Yellow Peril of the Orient" In which he predicted the war between the USA and Japan. Bishop Reports iaEt Lake Conference Youth and Ihe molding of their '·'Kiracirrs t; make leaders for · I i ' vuirld ol tomorrow received '",r emphasis ;f annual general ·;'i!ie:ciic!' of the Church of Jesus riirJM of L.'itter Day Saints in Soil Luke City. Rah, this past week. The conference ran from April i thrnuqli I I in keeping with the ' i r k i ; : ; : (if the anniversary of the · · l u m i a l k n of the organization on April ii. n;:ii) I Ailcndinfi from this area were ';i.*hop Hicharc! Miller, Eureka ·mrd: HHhop J. B. Smith. Arcata -,,!i-il: Bishop Vernal Nebckcr, '·"I'l-tuna ward; Bishop Lcnnis .!-,biMii. CiT.scfiH City and J. D. " · ! i i ! i . (iariwrvillc, brunch president. \n (tim:iuxi 4u,00n persons in/ l i ' i i L 1 ni.shops and members of ·'··,,· iirv.-ihmKl and their wives · · .mr Irnm :ill over Ihe world to ,i!i'.'ni liie confeiX-'iice. Theme On Youth Tht'ine of the conference was · u i i l h and their future, said Bishop -··ii;!]. Stress was placed on the raising and molding of youth inlo ', : i l i - i s (it tomorrow's world: lilshop J. IS. .Smilh and respect to the national loaders of our country. 'Members are admonished to remember that the constilulion of Ibis nation is a part of our religion; that we bolieve it to he Committee Forms To Solve Issues NEW YORK (UPll - The Na ional Conference of Chrislinns and Jews has formed a nine member Council en Public Af"airs and Religious Freedom to advise on political and social roblcms involving religious dif- 'crencos. Dr. Lewis Websler Jones, prcs- dent of the National Conference, said the group of theologians, sociologists and educators would dentlfy key issues of immediate )r long-range concern thai lend ,o divide people. They will be asked lo suggesl remedies. New Novitiate To Be Erected IIINGHAM, Mass. UPI) -Tho Maryknoll Fathers have announo ed plans for a new Novitiate to accommodate an increasing number of seminarians. The missionary order bought n H3-acre tract southeast of Boston on winch it will build n training house large enough for 120 students. This will relieve overburdened facilities at the Novitiate at Bedford, Mass. Students ulli- menl. ,.], to nres-erve our de- divinely inspired: that we are toi'nalcly Ro to the Maryknoll Ma- '."'""h7 S Yd " !prol«.-t it and dignify it as tnuch|i°r Seminary at Maryknoll, N.Y., T'h"cuirch"ur"cd de! ites tojas possible in our every day livingjfor theological study leading to ,urn home and encourage Hi- TMl lo support its laws and ils ordination and overseas assign- "embeHiip in have faith with institutions and to defend il '·hrisr maintain our strength in«"inst any one or any organiza- ni'MOn;iry effort and lo leaehjliTM which may attempt to destroy -. ,-julh honor, integrity, honcsly," 1 rhaslity and all other attributes ·vhich combine to make up fienu ine c Members also wore urged not lo seek welfare from government harador," said Bishop Smith ll( , CIK . ics but to Kcc)( ho | p whcn needed or necessary from the ic.sthood or governing body of o r t i n g on Ihe meeting. lie continued. "The church rf- ·i raled its stand auainsl comimin- in in MISSION DOLLAR DWINDLES NASHVILLE (AP) -- Tho Presbyterian C h u r c h in Ihe U. S. (Southern) Is having lo curtail mission activities in some coun- Irics because inflation and MICW government regulations are shaving down the missionary dollar, any of its phases while Ihe church in order lo lighten I h c i H "'"s reported at a mccling of . m ',. m hers mil lo induce load being placed on our county.llhc church's board of world mis- ·· n.ime calling or to become ox- slate and federal gnvernmenls byjslons here. Such conditions wore EPW Host Redwood Presbylerial Some 200 women participated in annual Redwood Presbylerial meeting of the United Presbyterian church held in Eureka recently at the First Presbyterian church. Among those participating were, seated, left to right: Mrs. James Brown, wife of the pastor; Mrs. Charles Hartman, president Eureka Presbyterian Women; Mrs. T. P. Jenkins, newly- Mrs. T. P. Jenkins of Baysidi was elected vice presidenl of Ihi Redwood Presbylerial of Ihe Uni ed Presbyterian Church at it ·ecent annual session here in Eu ·cka. Mrs. Albert Zubcr of Orick was :he only other local womai named to a post. She succeed. Mrs. Jenkins as northern dislric chairman. Nearly 200 delegates from nor thorn California attended the ses iions held al Hie First Presbyter ian church of Eureka with the E u r e k a United Prcsbyleriai Women as hosts. Mrs. Charles larlman is Iheir president. Mrs. Jenkins reports that somi 100 persons were housed undei he direclion of Mrs. George A Callaway of Eureka, chairman ol 'ellowship. Tho local church service deparl menl also served dinner to somi 00 women on Thursday preceding he session. This was handled by Mrs. LaVerne Moehnkc, chair- Tian, and Mrs. Loren M. Nelson o-diairman. elected district vice president; standing, Mrs. Milton Stannard, Tiburon, Targets committee; Mrs. Charles Alfsnes, San Anselrno, treasurer; Mrs. L. T. Marshal, Napa, retiring president; Mrs. Dan Pratt, Vallejo, nominating committee chairman; Mrs. Bernard Montgomery, Vallejo, World Service; Mrs. Allan Meadowcroft, San Anselmo, new president. Easter Hymns Be Sung At 1st Baptist Easter time hymns will higlv iglit the Palm Sunday service a 1 1 a.m. at the First Baptisl ihurch of Eureka. Rev. G. S, Morony. pastor, says. Members and guests will heai Carroll Morony sing "Beneath the Jross of Jesus" and a choral pro- entation of "Hosanna". The Rev. Mr. Morony will dc- ver his message on the topic f "A Man On A Colt." For the 7:30 p.m. worship, Hew Vilson will play "He Arose" on 10 accordian, while LeRoy Me; will be singing a vocal solo. The sermon subject will be "No Other Like Him". On Maunday Thursday, tho Rev. ilr. Morony will describe the nanner in which Jews in the ime of Jesus Christ observed the iassover and show how it pointcc o Christ. The traditional candlelight communion service will begin at 7:30 ,m., said the pastor. Five-Day Crusade To Begin Sunday A five-day crusade begins Sun lay at the Humboldt Hill Church if the Nazarene, according to Rev. Donald Cook, pastor. Preaching at the 7:30 p.m ervices each nlghl will be Rev. .ay A. Moore, pastor with his athcr of a church in Cucamon- i. A graduate of Oklahoma City Jnlvcrsily, Ihe speaker lias had variety of experience in radio, elcvision, newspapers and pub- c relations prior to his entrance ilo the ministry. In his hometown he is president f the Upland Minislcrial Asso- ialion and established a com- lunily counseling clinic. in either direclion. Inlonomploymenl and oilier causes, liiey are lo show honorihe concluded. cited in Japan, and Rni7.il. Korea, Taiwai Freewill Baptist Revival Scheduled Rev. John Montgomery will be lest evangelist for a revival erics slated to start Sunday for 10 Freewill Baptist church al s meeting place in the Labor cmple. Services will be held »l II a.m. undny and 7 p.m. nightly irough Easter. A resident of Anlioch, Ihe Rev. Mr. Montgomery trnvels Ihe country preaching at revival Mrs. Meadowcroft (left), new president, presented a mother of pearl necklace and earrings from Jordan (foreground) to Mrs. Marshall (right) on behalf of the executive committee of the Redwoods Presbvterial. In the cen- ter is Mrs. LaVerne Moehnke, Eureka chairman of the International G i f t Shop. Not pictured is Mrs. Albert Zuber of Orick who was elected the new northern district chairman succeeding Mrs. Jenkins. Dubois' Easier Story To Be Sung "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by Theodore Dubois will presented by the choir of the First Covenant Church of Eureka, Mrs. Bernard Woods, choir director, announces. The concert will start at 7:30 to attend. p. m. Soloists will be Jackie Easey, Warren \Vhilc, Jay Johanson, Rodney and Waldo Gossard. Mrs. Waldo Gossaj'd will bo the accompanist. Mrs. Woods invited the public Catholics, Jews Join For Work LOS ANGELES (DPI) -- A Chair of Inlergroup Relations has been established at a European university through a joint Catholic-Jewish effort. Arcala Churches Plan Good Friday, Easter Sunrise Services Member churches of the Arcala Ministerial Asioclallon will .Job together m alway« for union lorvices both on Good Friday anj Easier, chairman announced thli week. The traditional rite* on Friday will take place at the Pint Presbyterian church of Arcata while the Easter Sunrise tervlces will be held at Sequoia Theatre on the Humboldt Slate College campus. Handling details of the two programs are Rev. Claude Albright, Sunny Brae Congregational church Good Friday; Hev. Michael Pe- trilio, First Baptist, and Rev. Rob. ert Rooks, Trinity Baptist, Easter Sunrise. Hymns, Mediations Hymns, prayers and special music will be combined with medita' lions by paslors of various church- Our Redeemer's Tells Of Holy Week Programs Palm Sunday will see a number of adults received into the congregation of Our Redeemer's Lutheran church by baptism and confirmation, Rev. DoneJd Claasen announced this week. His sermon theme for the 10:45 service will be "A Life Of Worship." Holy Communion will be observed on Mauhday Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The message theme will be "Victory Over An Unforgiving Heart." There will be two services held on Good Friday at the church; one at 1 p.m. end another at 7:30 p. m. with "Victory Over Death" as the sermon subject. The Two By Two club, the church's married couples club, will sponsor an Easter morning breakfast from 6 a. m. until 7:15 a.m. preceding an early Easter service at the church, said Pastor Claasen. the seven last words of Christ during Ihe three-hour period between 12 noon and 3 p.m. Rev. Charles Hollingsworth, First Baptist, will give the meditation on the first word: Father, forgive them for they know not what they do; The Rev. Mr. Rooks, second word: Truly I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise; Rev. S. Martin Eidsath, First Presbyterian, third word: Woman, behold your son, son, behold your mother: Fourth Word Rev. Donald Beecher, First Nazarene, fourth word: My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me; The Rev. Mr. Petrillo, fifth word: I thirst; Rev. Karl Ekaas, First Methodist, sixth word: It is finished; The Rev. Mr.. Albright, seventh word: Father, into thy hands I commit my spirit. For Easter morning, worshippers will gather at 6:30 a.m. on the college campus for a community hymn sing "a worshipful experience being planned to highlight the slart of the spiritual observance of Easter," said the Rev. Mr. Petrillo. Community residents are invited to attend bringing their families. Reorganized IDS Women Hold Meet The women's division of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints met last week at the home of Mrs. Leslie Love, 1903 Myrtle avenue. Following the business meeting, ideas were discussed for ihe church school program on Easter. Did You Know This About OUR RELIGIONS? By Dr. Carlyle Adams Question: "I have heard lhai he Roman Catholic Church caches that the single life is a higher state' than the married, Would you please explain this?" --Indianapolis, Ind. Answer: In' the Roman Cath- Iic Church marriage is regarded as one of the sacraments.. On the other hand, it teaches hat "the virtue of chastity" is Christian ideal. This latter teaching is basec on two passages in the New Testamenl. One is Malthew 19:11, .2, and the other is Corinthians ':8, 32, 33. 35. In the latter passage St. Paul iuggests that one who is unmarried has more opportunity for undivided service to God. Lolefa Church To Dedicate Wing The wing in the foreground will be dedicated as the new Sunday School of the Community Evangelical Church of Loleta in.ceremonies al 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The Sunday School was begun in the spring of LOLETA--The Community Ev- ingclical Church of Loletn Icdlcntc Sunday School 'Inirch on Sunday, April 15. Dr. Herbert D. I'clcrson, west Evangelical Free Church nf Anv rica will s|««t 11:00 8. m. service and again at the 3:30 p. m. dedication ceremony. The new Sunday school building. iiiilding and newly remodeled constructed entirely by volunteer labor, was started in the Spring of m.W. The 52 by fifl fool structure TII district .superintendent of Iho provides seven Sunday School classrooms, l a r g e conference 1959 and has been erected by volunteer labor. Members also have remodeled the main church structure on interior. creation room, Sunday School office, storage room, and furnace room. Tho remodeled and renovated main church building has noxv ceiling tile, lighting fixtures, and rose-walnut paneling on the walls. room, kitchen, assembly mid re- been redecorated and rcmodolcrt. Cost of Hie new Sunday School building and remodeled church totals $11,000. Pastor Lokkcsmoc and the con grogalion cordially invite the pub- lie to attend the Dedication Day ervices. Refreshments will be served by Oilier church rooms have also the ladles of Ihe church following the 3:30 ceremony. On the other hand, St. Paul points out in the passage in Corinthians that unless the single or unmarried state can be used for the Glory of God it is better for one to be married. * » * Question: "If we believe in predestination that God has control over whatever we do and our every act is predestined, then how do you explain the purpose of God's sending His Son into the world to show men how they should live?" --Mechanicsville, N. Y. · Answer: First of all I doubt If you have properly defined "predestination." It does not mean that God predetermines every single event of life. Predestination refers only to the ultimate salvation of souls. The doctrine holds that God Himself elects those whom He will save. · * · Question: "U is suggested by some clergymen that God gave man a free choice between good and evil. Would not an omnipotent and omniscient God know from the beginning which of His children would be good and which would be evil?" -- Newport, Ky. Answer: God endowed His creatures with intelligence and the ability lo make judgments and choices. We mortals are able to do whatever we wish to do, within Ihe limils of physical ability. But we are not able to escape the inevitable consequences of the things we choose to do. The theology of "predestination" is the doctrine that people attain the goodness and love of God not by their own merits but by His mercy and grace. Question: "In my Catholic Bible I find the name of St, Tarsicius. A friend who is intelligent i n these matters has corrected my spelling and insists that the name should be Tarcisius. Can the Catholic Bible make a mistake, or are there two spellings for this name?" --Jamaica, N. Y. Answer: Tarsicius is the correct spelling. This Saint lived in the third or fourth century and was martyr. According to tradition ic was killed in Rome when attacked by a mob while he was carrying the Blessed Sacrament. It is believed that he was a deacon. His feast day is August IS. He Is not to bo confused with another Saint of the eighth century whose name was Tarasius. (Editor's Note: Questions on religion and the Bible may be addressed to Dr. Carlyle Adams, in care of this newspaper. All qucs- iims must be signed, but the lames of Hie writers will not he niblished. Dr. Adams does not read anonymous letters.)

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