0 OAKLAND TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1942 t i i 11 - a 1 1 CANADIAN LEGION TO JOIN V. Ja ij- ii n iiiiiiiii ni m mAmu kiio iuiwkuvy i f nttrctssion for Armerf Forces of St Paul's Church . Oakland Post of the Canadian iAjtod. the Port Auxiliary and Job' fwuftiteri are among apeclal group uunf in auena a service 01 skaiiving and intercession for armed forces on the aecond if and elsewhere at 11 a.m. to morrow in St. Paul's Church, Bar Place and Montecito Avemj. The oolr wi)l sing Oustav Hoist' an (urn, "Turn back, O man" and i fWfflme hymn. "Keep our loved am. The rector, Rtr. A. Ronald will preach on the topic, at't Ahead?" Dr. J. A. Lacklsn M St. Stephen's JM A. Lacklen, fucerin- ; of the OkUand district, will tomorrow at 11 a.m. at St. rt Methodiit Church, Park rard at 13th Avenue, on the jtfMrjaKt. "Ancient Truths for Mod- l Tlmea. At. the conclusion of i eervlce, he will conduct the first rly conference of the church Victory Campaign : Dr. mootmjn 322, rWf mjfnvn o Success I iXaklnl on the theme. "Chris- Jfm Have Anchors for the Soul.' JL. Paul J. Goodwin will return Fw Wt pulpit at Park Boulevard fatfttiqrfarian Church tomorrow igMrning. He will announca plana wpt the celebration of the cotnple-fion of the Victory Campaign which fiaa been aucceaaful in raiting the fund needed to cover the g rehabilitation program and bt on the manse. The cele- n will occur on Thanksgiving y, November 21. 1 fb4 ftev Henrv M. Shires, rector. m 4e IF" IJttnd V j0t mraicH on the theme, "forgive- Fit'-l-ljtf 44. a . M L.la irwm m mm 11 m m. ervicv 01 -ihbi WItllTIM FIRST CHRISTIAN i lth and ralrmount f 'Iflllum Paul Rets er, 0 D. mrr, v. stanlkt mlkb Oueat Speaker 1J M a m. Tin Debt Wt Owt" i Antham: 0 Jtvieur et the World," John Ooff MILLS TERRACE CHRISTIAN IIOY Brtnn ttrsat 1 VMk west of 16th Arnae 1 fcioek aeath or MaaArtkur ttONAUD I MKNMUIX, B.D. Mlnlstsr Mi aues. Worahls (krvlo Whit's the Uw?" Solo Mildred leMkaan Mas PIEDMONT Community Church Highland and Mountain Avea. (On No. 10 Carlln) R. "OLLANn F. BT'RR nator . aacaiy, Kovairiber 15, 1942 IS THE VICTORT" Xf military Tlrtorv to onh rallmlnary to nm arater MU Ehln t. ?fnat di If that areater thing" oas Odd t emeralna ta history Wadreont Poat. No. 514. Ajatarlean Lion win attend C0X8RE6ATI0NAL DR. CLARENCE REIDENBACH, Minister PREACHTVO AT p.OTH SET!VH'K 9:45 a.m. and 1 1 :00 a m Subject: Reconstruction 'e. r. i n -tx Firsf I: H L?g ainglnc or Psalm : m UBfijl raanist UNITARIAN First Unitarian Church Fourteenth Street- Three pi. e. rt hh!1 1 ' 'i0 r: DR. CLARENCE REED will speak on 'The Courage Which Endures" 1 30 Cri'l"-1' I' er Dr. Ergo A. Majors ".:! eVnw colored rmt: n r- '.iff of t- Canadian Rockies. Gli'ler and Yei'ot're St"' rark CHURCH BF The Church of Christ aUtaday Moratng Bible Study 10 00 am Wenhlei Hour IT r" a m OAXUAJCD lilt Whittle Avenue TR Inidad J:I BXXKZLBT Falton at Prince Street! IH ornwil: :?! A1T IX A.VDP.O I c o T Building KF l'"gg :-4M aaornlac R4lo program KRO' 'Sfie ki'.o "r ? t' a Wf fcs4c Whart ill ms, a rinrif n w FROM CHINA who has been appointed iear of St Andrew' Episcopal Church by Bishop Block. Holy Imagination Is Sttrmon Thimt At Plymouth Congregational Church, J806 Piedmont Avenue, to morrow morning, the Rev. Robert Inglls. pastor, will speak on the subject, "Holy Imagination." Ha says: "Imagination is often looked upon as an (independable quality of mind. Because of it we become afraid of the burglar under the bed when there isn't any burglar there. By It we live In an unreal world. But there is another aspect of imagination -fcy which the human spirit is able to build itaelf more stately mansions. How can such a resource be made available to each of us?' CHRISTIAN FRUITVALE CHRISTIAN rrultvala Ava. and East nth D. L. HUSHES, Mlnlstar 9:45, BIBLE SCHOOL Mist Cilia Monlux, Oanra Kuprlntni1nt A well-graded school berlnnin with nursery 11:00 a.m Morning Worship "Master, What Shall I Do?" Music Anthem by Class 7:45 p m. Youth 6ervlr The Osiujnch and War" CONGREGATIONAL PLYMOUTH CHURCH (Congregational) 3805 Piedmont Avenue ROBERT INGLIS, Minister 11:00 a.m. "HOLY IMAOINATIO.V A:I0 p.m. Metln for Youth "IN THIS OUR CHURCH" DR. VERE V. LOPER First Congregational Church Berkeley by God's Spirit" .. A ;. i h- ln Hi.'" I- Congregational -111 l-T AT f I A t: 1 . 1 - '"'N CHRIST Hit MU Spukg. ftiAi New Vicar at SainJ Andrews The Rev Steohen W. Green has; been appointed v.car of St. Andrew s' Episcopal Church. Hillen Drive and! M.rtera Street, hv Bishnn Block i according to announcement by the'o'clork morning service he will vestry of the church. While Rev urpen win n-i nuMmic juii uuiicb at St. Anarew t until January, will mov Into tht- rectory and will condurt Sunday services beginning tomorrow. Rev Green arrived on the Grips-holm in August from China, whe.e he had served as a missionary for 28 years. He received his A K degree from Trinity College. Hartford. Conn, in 1910, and his MA. from the Uni versity of California in 1929 Miss Johnson Is Visiting Speaker Visiting speaker at the Tenth Avenue Baptist Church tomorrow night will be Miss Enid Johnson of China. Born in Missouri. Miss Johnson went to China 22 years ago as a missionary. Her labors have been largely devoted to educational work In Swatow. Miss Johnson was taken Into custody by the Japanese authorities when war broke out and ia one among six who have re cently been repatriated to America. Maurice Jackson, director of re ligious education, will preach at the morning hour Dr. Fridell to Be Berkeley Speaker Due to the Illness of the pastor, the First Baptist Church of Berkeley continues to have guest speakers Dr. E. A. Fridell of the Berkeley Baptist Divinity School will deliver the morning message at 10:90 to morrow. Hia subject is "Your In fluence Today." At the evening chapel service at fl:45, Dr. W. Earl Smith, executive secretary of the Bay Cities Baptist Union, will speak. Orgatron Installed The Rev. Ronald J. Menmuir, minister of Mills Terrace Christian Church, announces that an orgatron will be used for the first rime tomor row at tne ll a.m. service, mrs. George Shoptaugh will be guest organist. FULL GOSPEL Philadelphia Assembly m Alice Street Saturday. I pm Prayer Sunday. 10 a.m . 8 S . m . 7:R P m Wednesday. I pm REV JOHN BOGDIR LUTHERAN CENTRAL LUTHERAN N.L.C.A. US Rldareway Avenue. Between Broadway-Piedmont. Rev. Bslph W. Glenn. Pastor 1 1 :00 a m "Promises of Grace" John 6 37-40 Trinity Lutheran Church Athens Avenue. Oakland Rev O T Brandt ml. pismr Scl v li e 11 "A GI.ORIfU'S WITATloN" Bible M i i''Ti 'i t r f Th ii; Our Savior's Lutheran sund.'i Si'h'i.1, 9 4 rr JViliili' K W orsli ! ) ' : 1 1 t .' am Havenscourt Lutheran ii c it ' i " n s '. ;" d I Ha i etiy'iir i l:li i t'et n r.ci h .,1 I."" W - K .I'iM'lK I.i.ll-i T V . I'M' I I " II ': "Watch anH Pray" First Lutheran Church A Fricid 'n Mrr.: " R:v CarlO. nr.rjquist ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ftv T.'" d I. i !'.'' T ' t-" ' i ; I.t'THf f; - , i : . VI F ,CT'T AT T t. . P CHURCH OF CHRIST Church of Christ 5433 Shattuck Avenue Hear Geo. A. Robinson discuss: II :00 a.m. "Elements of a Successful Life" 7:30 p m. "Cet Save Give" II Tim 2:15 Hear F. Wilford Landis of Kansas City, Mo. MELROSE PASTOR BACK IN PULPIT At the Melrose Baptist Church. th ... . r i c Dm.i, ii. iitrm jr i.. ouinc - ' e OacR In the pulpit after an ah "nee of two Sundays, while attend-: '''""r "l ,r"m nl ommunny, wron(f,- S(Jfh js , 1Jin in T.d speaking at the New York : Church tomorrow mormnE at 11 ",t the heart of the sermon to be Congress on Prophecy At the ll;They will assemble at Ieion head-'delivered bv the Rev frank Wnrm .; 'Peak on "The Great Significance full duties'loe New Yorx Congress on hTopn- .... r ne;. me euieo cnir win "the Lord's Prayer" by Forsythe Power of Spirit Lauded by Pastor ... irlll Dr Clarence Reidenbach preach at the First Congregational Church at both services tomorrow morning on the subject. "Recon- Mrs Ruth Waterman Anderson! Men and Missions Sunday" will will direct the singing of "O Lordib "b"ved in St Michael's Luth-How Manifold" by Barnby. and i'rsn Church . Alratraz and Benvenue Psalm 150 by Cesar Franck. Albert; Avenues, with a special missionary Gallagher, organist, will play "An- rvice tomorrow morning. The dante Rellgioso" by Thome and jannual thank-offering service of the 'Marche" by Reinecke. 'Life Companions' Pastor's Subject "Can Young People Be Certain tn the Choice of a Life Companion'" will he the sermon theme of Pastor Clyde Paid White at the Elmhurst Baptist Church tomorrow at 7:45 pm. The young people's choir will sing and the church orchestra will furnish special numbers At 11 am. Psstor White will preach on "Sweet Then Bitter; Bitter Then Bweet." Wayside Truth Center "The Presence" Is the theme of a lecture to be given by Samuel Walker Sloan tomorrow at 11 a.m.. at the Wayside Truth Center in the Oraystone Hotel, Z37S rmuvaie Avenue. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Church of the Brethren 40th Ave and San Juan (Just Off Foothill) Rar Herman B. Landla. Mtnlstar 11:00 a m. "Men and Missions" 7:10 p.m. PROGRAM BY MEN'S GROUP EVANGELICAL ST. MARK'S CHURCH Evangelical and Reformad 6fh and Telegraph Combined Sunday School and Church Service 10 30 a.m. "GIDEON SERVICE" ALFRED T. SCHROEDER. Paator LUTHERAN LUTHERAN CHURCHES MISSOURI SYNOD Zion Lutheran Church llth and Myrtle Streets Rev George Mleger, Pastor Sunday School, ? 45 a m. Divine Worship. 11 a m. Sermon by the Paetor Topic: man ?; nrpnpTi'NtTT" Sl'iArM! Muilr hv the f"hftir PILGRIM "SP ?.Mh Ave. at MaeArthur i;F WILLIAM ORfNOW. 1'nittnr KB Hogg 2-521 Sunriav School, 9:4S a.m 1 1 no a m. "The Enduring Power of the Cross" Redeemer Lutheran filst Avenue a"d Prann Street THInnlsd 15!: FRANK HAKl'f'KF. Paator ? 4f. e m - S-mdav S'-hnol ! 1 on e m "The Resurrection ft an Hour r m. BETHLEHEM fM". '.rrne. Berkeley M FVGKL. Paetor Sut.da- Srh"ol. 10:00 a.m. M no a.m. "A Gain and Yet a Loss" TRINITY LUTHERAN Oakland's Church Beautiful" lTth An. and East ltth 8trat 10 4K a m "THE CHURCH-ALWAYS A PATRIOT" Rev Alfred IT. Koehlar KE 1logg 4-10S0 TE mrlehar 01 0 Sunday School at 9 6 a.m. 'IN TMf MART OF TNI EAST IAT QKHnPLNHl umuican MaSarMaaWBaaMt W.f tUfHU 11:00 a.m. CAPTAIN HEVBT r HEM METER Army Chaplain "TRUSTING KD A 'TflFXT NEED TODAY" Veeted Choir ' Jfl pm PERSE VERANCK IN PRATER ' Sermon 11 00 in. SS 50 am. HI ghgate JI1T ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH ?54 Brodmoor Boulrrar. San Leandro Herman C Th4aa. Faator lOH a m. wOly Mm" IPiedmonf Post Is iGuesf of Honor Members nt Piedmont Post 514 . ... - ' American Legion, will be guests ol - ;. . . . . . honor at quartprg snr march to the church of wrth color5 ur. riouano r Murrs sermon. 'This Is the Vict tory" will be appro priate to the Sundnv after Armistice Day. He will discuss Napoleon's:"1' wron on 'he part of the evil famous words from St Helena, "Al -i doCT"" exander. Caeser. Charlemagne and I founded empire On what did these creations of our genius rest" On force Jesus alone founded hi1 empire on love And to this day mil Hons would die for him " . . Men and Missions Sunday Planned women's missionary societies will be combined with this service. Dr. Ernest A. Trabert will have charge of the service and the subject of his sermon will be "The Pathway of Advance." The annual visitation of the congregation will follow the service. Brookside Baptist Themes Announced 'The Ten Plagues of the Modern World" will be the sermon subject t the Brookside Baptist Church tomorrow at 7:45 p.m.. according Uj the minister. Rex. William E. Apple- berry. The morning subject will be "The Threefold Christ " S u n d a y i School sessions begin at 0:45 a m Young people's meetings are at 6:45 1 p.m. SOSPEL Anglo-Saxon Ass'n Meetings. 19M drove Street Sunday Radio Programs KYA,9:00 a.m. KRE, 5:05 p.m. Saturday and Sunday KLX, 10:05 p.m. VERITY VERITY TEMPLE Devotional Service Sunday M"rnlr,. II o'clock. Held at the HOTEL OAKLAND. Vanatian Room. Mezzanine Floor DR. H. .1. KLEFFWH. PPKAKER Music Alhert 1' P.alfB Our teaching Is hnen on the Goapel of Jeaua Christ, an an effective means, to happinee.r hen It h a hd -"nt-nt ment . In the heart of man. You are welcome. DIVINE SCIENCE DIVINE SCIENCE C.A .Hft OWSHIP TW.C.A. fifth and WehMer Speaker Ida P Elliott 1 1 :fri a.m. "BEING THANK FI L FHK THK ADJf.-STME.NTS "F Ll K F Tuetdav Healing Meeting. Hi xu a tn And I Say frilii You 'F'tvuc If Ye Have Auah! Altairtt An' ABSOLUTE SCIENCE WAYSIDE TRUTH CENTER Fvrv Suntla v, 1 i a m CRAYSTONE HOTEL I ?276 Fruit val Avpi.u ; Samuel Walker Sloan Suhject 'THE PRESENCE" UNITY Oakland Unity Truth Center City Club Theater, 1428 Alice Street A n ' h nr : ri-i hv r n it v S- h o I -t C'b f ia n 1 1 MAY ANDREWS WIGGIN, Leader "I COME NOT TO DESTROY, BUT TO FULFILL" Ebell Club, 1440 Harrison Street Ornd-i Sundnv Kcl'-o! n no am. 'TRUe'mTnD ACTION" K KM K U S Spea ker "HEALING REALIZATION" LAKESIDE UNITY 14"J Madison Street Affiliated with LTIty ALMA M. MORSE, LEADER 14IK MADISON STREET Sunday. 9 45 am Graded Sundav School YOUTH OF rN'TTT Sundav. 11:00 a m CHVpcH SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY Marian Hainmond. Contralto Prt Boh Rutledge. Baritone Merlyn Morae. (irganiet Tuea.. 2 rm Healinit Meeting Thiirsdav. S :00 pr THIS MODERN AOF" CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE The Gospel Tabernacle 528 33rd Street, Oakland Tlie Car 1. 4 r.T ' -i. ij-d S're-t SPEAKER REV. H. F. MELTZER 11 :00 a m. "A PORTRAIT OF THE BRIDE" 7:45 p.m. "HEIRS WITH CHRIST IN HIS KINGDOM' 6:30 p.m. Young People's Home Coming Hours. 9:45 a.m. Bible School. A Friendly Church with a Positive MtMMfj r(aaott rMi; 'FORGIVENESS' TO BE THEME AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "Does there come a time when it is nn loneer feasible or practical to forive those who hiva fan iTootnaker of th' F'rst Methodist Church as part of the mornjng serv ice tomorrow at II am. He continues, "Does the spirit of forgiveness precede actual Confession of Leader Announces Unity's Program May A. Wiggin, leader, will be the speaker at Oakland Unity Truth Center, City Club Theater, 1428 Alice Street, tomorrow at 11 a.m. The subject will be "I Come Mot to Destroy, but to Fulfill." Tuesday, at 8 p.m., in the Ebell Club. 1440 Harrison Street, Rose Emery will be the speaker. "True Mind Action" is the lesson subject Lutheran Students To Present Program Members of the Lutheran Sru dents' Association of the University of California will entertain at the Havenscourt Lutheran Church. 2711 Havenscourt Boulevard, by present' ! ing a special program tomorrow at 1 4 p.m. TNE eiTRftOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 161 University Avenua Berkeley ll am With Hl Whole Heart" He TV! Ti 4r, p rr. . "Wlin .Tenia Unid "IF" Pastor, Rev. Robert K. Churchill Preaching VEDANTA VEDANTA Swami Yatisawaranda ; i -l-:.-T SPEAKER Sl'M'AV. NOVEMBER 16 at J .10 p m. "The Life and Philosophy of Sri Krishna" VEDANTA CENTER Haste and Bowditth 81 1 acta P.FRKF.LET (Tare Ut) The PuMir t Invited S?ri'e Men Are Welcome UNITY Berkeley Unity Service Berkeley Women's City Cluh 2;s Dn'ranf Avenue. Berkeley Fverv Sunday at 11 nflnck Dr. Donna H. Smythe Minister miect fo -'--f: Tomorrow: AT HOME- Reader -Chaileji K Baumgardner A i the F i a n o "r .larvi TRUTH CENTER .chool rhi-iftlanlty East Oakland Branch 2f:?ti Semina y Avenua Sundav, '80 a m. GRADED SUNDAT SCHOOL Wfflnt,(liv, 2:00 n.m. "THE TRfTH AJBOT'T TO0" North Oakland Branch (Toloredl west streot rtrude .Tohnson. Teacher aaW aftaa CeVnagya The Collegiate Choir will make its first appearance at 7:30 p.m.. directed by Breckenridge Cheno weth. formerly of Glendale. Tli.y will aing Woodward's anthem, 'The Radiant Morn Hath Passed Away.' sermon win present Meui'-dists Look Again at the Post War World," a preview of the coming Nation-wide conference in Marh at Delaware, Ohio, to probe thi subject. AWen O. Sage to Deliver Lecture "The Great Judgment Day: Ho-... Near are We to It? The Bible Gives the Exact Date" will be the theme of Alden O. Sage, lecturer, who will speak tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Allendale Theater, 38th Avenue and Lies Street Preeeding the address there will be sound pictures. PREIIYTERIAR ! SAINT JOHN'S (Preabytanan) J40 Colleca Avenue. Berkeley 10:00 am. Forum Dr James Muilenr.iirir "THE WISDOM UTERATTRF.- 11:00 a.m. Br. Stanley Armstrong lli.ini I 00 p m Rev Frd S Stnw. WE CAN' T HAVE Ot i: OWN A ' First Presbyterian Church Dana and r'nanruiia-. Berko',.-DR. PRA.M'IS SHI K T' 'V. s .-1 1 nn a m lr ''"iir.-rt Mr.fl .1- ' thk i: kci. STI ; V I ' . , 7 3" p Mr lUllili ". Kevrci r.t K . . A I.ATMAN-8 PniS" i:ru:! ENTK i .i pan Men And M i - . i , , t . S . r 'J : Brooklyn Presbyterian llth Artnui and East J St h Stre et , 11 -AO a m "!tfan'f. 'IrMtfM v t ,r 6:lSp rn.- V'-una" Feop!e'n Meet int- 7:30 p.m. "The ItfsturMrK - e- ' REV. EDWARD K Service Men PAIR D. W e ' rr rr 0 T.;e Ft! KL fpr tli- r'!'tiit'-. "CHRISTIANS HAVE ANCHORS FOR THE SOUL" The c-hoir Sw - ;. l ' Beautiful 1-' CHRISTIAN KNDK V. ':.- v. i h( t :. d :i -il Serv . 'e -!-' (-' : 4101 Park Boulevard, at Hamp?l E i-v East The Novelty Hour" - x r a n y - u .-enta i P. I A'. a du I! RADIO S('I-:J 1'T SK FilSIAN ' H'MR 1 Mhshof; DREW IV fi" ;!.T '-BATTI.F "F W IT- I'-FTV ItT.-i-OT,riR r I. "it I: y - i t f: n r THE I T A M TI' p" c . i - u i - S H A 1 ' K I TOM S1MF'.-''N A.- EU " l I 1" TAPLEA1 DITF E.NT'F I.P "F TM POPTFK AW ART1 To WINN'ir; i"l! PT'BLK- RE' -OCNITP N of r , ! over I ' ear. Time: Tuesday, November Place: Park Boulevard Park F.o-i SEVENTH DAY AT The Market Street Church Corner Marke -.: d ' i' ir'.-.'d Sunday Night, November 15, 7:30 p.m. rnci :- i Camp Ashby Glee Club MILITARY POLICE SINGERS T'- r 1 !- .'ed " : r?ndr the Tr':ui of Fr'f F". ffiir- ""trtf They coir.e to u frrr a re'r.- Tkc progran baglna 7.3" I ll.l'.A I I itJO.-..4l 1 1 iiiPii .iiiiiiiiii Baldwin Sherman Announces Themes "Power Greater Than Might Js Pastor Baldwin Sherman's erm - thenif for tomorrow's 11 a m. mi ae at th- Havenscourt Colonial j Church. Church of the Crimson jcro.s ! In the Sherman u "The Sue Prosperity " v-!-.im5 at 7:30. Pastor 11 s,peak on the subject. W.iy to Happiness ana UNITED PRESBYTERIAN THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 51"! iv.Hofte Ava (Car ) G K.ivmo.id White. MlnUtep I) 'i a m. "Count the Cost" 7:30 p m. Pageant: "Why the Chimes Rang" j PRESBYTERIAN Fruitvale Presbyterian , r R: i d and Crjolidf V ; i: H HAYLET f" in A SERMON FROM SCRIPTURE bor.k. K'.ver "ALL ON THE ALTAR" :' 7 4S p.m. "KKKHI V SKRV1CB 1 r- M.ikIi Reiner. -l I is.-M.tia rv from I tj.M 'iripGhnlrn. Will on t rr. epert In a i'. ' 1 1 -.i r mn famp '.:l!ie In'lted f-rtne win B Taken "I'M First Presbyterian Church -iinl L'!p Street MAI:.ll.I.i. fiAVIF i M.I H D.D. 'The Meaning of Believeth' I': 1 I'ruTC! "The Christ of Belief" II II. I ' H H II KHU Park Boulevard Presbvterian Church v DR. PAUL GOODWIN, PASTOR v i 'ft U: e and Hear . i.vterian Chorea f ear y'"i. ' D ETjDE'RS i: H'-fT SHEKELS AKT i 11 A. -""Lis I, ll I i: -T I .- I"! "K : es "M -ff:i-ar In anrjea 17, 7:45 p.m. Car No. 18 Presbyterian Church ADVENT1ST .- .; e' Smgera 'r t group has aiao ' - a; - :t- the Blue Hetwart PreiChlng :U n. "i!w,.-,L.i : --.ae-Jmaa..-. . .
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