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4 Soturdoy, September 2, 1944 (Rje *aher«fitu) Californfan Society Plans Harvest of $100 Bills in October Last March Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church "planted' 1 $100. Each member with whom one of thosp dollars was placed, was to see hu\v much she could make from it for the church. At the reopening meotinR September H, members ^\ill be reminded of the project, and will report on how it is progressing, according to Mrs. Ivan Roberts, president. The Harvest party, however, will not be held until October. Mrs.. Harry \V. I^inpe heads the program for the September meeting, the topic to be medical work in. th<United States and the Dominican Republics, and Methodist work in Alaska, Mrs. Harry (',. Smith's- Metropolitan circle will have charse of hostess duties and Mrs. Clarence Pruitt will lead devotions. FollowiiiK u mid-summer vacation during July and August, mnntlil.x meetings on the second Thursday wiil be resumed September 14. Circles convene the fourth Tn^s- day of each month. They include. with their chairmen, the following \ Oleander circle, Mrs. Milford Crow; Sder; California, Mrs. Halph Blocher; ! Sunset, Mrs. Max Hasper; East liak- | ersfield, Mrs. Kmma Mackey; Metro! politan. Mis. Harry G. .Smith; North ; Raki-rsfield, Mrs. Thomas Stanger; ; and Nipht Croup, Mrs. I,loyd Sears. officers of the society, in addition ] to Mrs. Roberts arc: Mi's. I.. M. Kresky, vice-president; Mrs. Frank Main, ci ['responding secretary; Mrs. \\'. H. Holman, treasurer and Mrs. i Klizribi-th Kaecker, corresponding sci'relai-y. Chairmen are: Mrs. John Sedgloy, si-cial relations and local church activities; Mrs. Mackey, missionary \\nrk: Mrs. H. J. Huekle, missionary supply secretary; Mrs. Alfred Semon, .-piritual choirman; .Mrs. 11. C. Cardner, status (rf women; Mrs. llurston li.-ilch, free will gift; Mrs. F. o. Harris, literature and publications: .Miss l.oiiie Phillips. \Vesleyan Si-rvice Cuild, Mrs. ],. II. Acnchliarlicr. Sun- Inne fund: Mrs. T. J. ('lanin. thank ni'fcring; Mrs. Mackey \\eck of prayer and self denial, and li'iiton offering. P. U THEME IS COMMUNITY LIFE "OUR TOWN" IS PROVIDING IDEAS FOR COMING YEAR Delano Union High School Will Open September 18 DELANO. pppt. I.—-AVith nil places on the faculty of thp Dol.-inu Joint Union High School filled, llnr- old H. Olson, district superintendent, h;ta issued a call for ;ill n*'\v t-tu- dents, who have not rcKiston'd. to report to the school nl'tii-e diiriiiK the week beginning Si'pt.-niln-r 11 for registnition, prior to the opi-ning of school September is. lit- h;i-' :ilso called a stnff meeting lor Friday morning, September K>, at the school, nfter which members of Hie, High School Parent -Tea chers Association will serve lunch to the faculty members. On leave of absence from the University of Nevada, ;it ISenn, Xev., for the duration, former K teams coach, Glen J. Lawlor, is returning to the local high school where he will again coach the lightweight teams, and have charge of physical education for boys. , New members of the faculty are: Winifred Claire, University of Southern California, assigned to senior problems; Evelyn KUlimd, University of California. Los Angeles, Spanish; Ina Marie MoConrtney, University of Redlands, physical education for ffirls: Helen Higlcy. University of California, Los Angeles, freshman social studies. Other new members of the school faculty are: Cla inline Single. New York, commercial subjects, Itichnrd Ertzman, Park College, Mo., English and drama; Chester Shuler. Univer- ! sity of Nebraska. F.nglish and jonr- ' tialism: Herman IJishop. Univor.sitv j of California. Los Angi'les. and University of Chicago, Knglisli; Kdward Oe 1'Yaga, University of <'alifornia, Berkeley, college mathematics; Herald Jensen, .I'alo Alto, University of Utah, University of Oregon, Stanford University, history. Former faculty members arc: Donald llickox. Knglish and freshman social studies: Clare Hosier. art and world culture; Miss Dorothy Morey, mathematics and counseling; Clarence J. Roupe, vice-principal and .science; Kdwanl Butts. general science and biology; A. Ralph Brooding and Eric Stone, commercial; A. Forsblad, band; Chester Hayden, choral and strings; Charles A. Cazaly, agriculture; Morton Layers, agricultural mechanics; Mrs. Laurence K. Abbey, find Mrs. Lura Monroe, home making; Miss Lanora Williams, library; Wesley Kuinbol/, shop and mechanical drawing; L. 10. Abbey, shop and transportation: Uay Frederick, A teams coach, counseling, work permits and attendance. East Bakersfield Teachers Will Be Trinity's Guests Trinity Church's seventh annual welcome and home coming dinner for East Bakerstield public school teachers, will be held September 20 at tj:uO p. m., according to announcement today by the Reverend Dillon Wesley Throckmorton, pastor. The committee Is comprised of Mesrlames Edna Ward, chairman; Jerry Sullivan, secretary; Bern ice Jarrett, William C.reen, C. E. Chest- man, Ansel Flood. Klmcr Wilson, Lester Gale, Samuel Kverett and the Reverend Mr. Throckmorton, who will act as toastmaster. Trinity Women's Society of Christian Service, of which Mrs. Ben Kellner is the president, will serve the dinner. Teachers will be guests of the church. A musical and dramatic program will be presented, and an informal evening enjoyed. A tentative program built around ; the theme, "Community Life In Our ; Town'" was presented by Mrs. H. K. j Stephens, program chairman, at the j executive board meeting of East ' I Bakersfield High School P. T. A. j held recently at the school. Two j night meetings and a politick din- I ner and Christmas program were | among the activities slated. The : first regular meeting of the new j school year will bo October 30. Mrs. Charles Scherlx. president, announced the seventh district meeting on Friday and urged all chair! men |o attend if possible. The presl- | : dent also offered the assistance of: 'the P. T. A. members to Kenneth ; Uirh, school principal, IMP the bond drive to be held later in the year j .-tnd any oilier project in which the: ! organization might be of service. ' Mr. Rich thanked the P. T. A. for i past aid and outlined several of the extra curricula!' activities of the school lor the coming year. He i slated that East Bakersfield High School this year offers a much hot- | ter preparatory curriculum in relation to the war program, including military counseling, a, physical fitness program and a driver education for beginners. Organization of a study group was discussed, based on the report of '•• Mr. llicli mi Hie forums to be held this fall. The following members "volunteered to aid Miss Juanita Booth.! school nurse, with health charts during registration of students the first week of September. Mesdatnes Charles Schertz. II. E. Stephens. Hoy C,ray, S. P. Derbyshire. Ray Yin- son, Cmver Cogdill, II. A. Force, | John Knilfen. Hubert Cottoin, C. K. j Hatch. Phil Smock, ]ra Ncedham, and K. \V. Rich. Delano Scouts Will Have Court of Honor DKLANO. Sept. 2.—With honors to fie conferred upon one Hngle Scout and one Star and Life Scout, a Scout Court of Honor for the awarding of these ranks to members of Boy Scout. Troop, No. .",!!, is announced for Monday night, September 11 in the social hall of the local Community Methodist Church. This troop is sponsored by the local Methodist Church, through the Methodist Men, and William <lil- christ is the scoutmaster. Many other promotions in rank will be given at the court, according to Scoutmaster C.ilchrisl. Parents, friends, men and women of tin; community interested in youth work, and members of Methodist Men are invited to attend the court. TAFT MAN (JK.MH ATKI) XA l'"P, Sept. -.—The marine corps has announced that Hospital Apprentice Second Class Charles W. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Morris, of. 710 fiuchaiion avenue, has been graduated from the Field Medical School for hospital corpsmen at. Camp Pendleton, Oceanside. Corpsman Merris joined the navy in March, KM:). He i.s now ready for assignment to duty with a marine corps combat unit. Chinese Church to Resume Meetings Sunday School Reopening; Young People to Gather chincsp Congregational Church will rc-opon a week from Sunday, it was annnuncpfl today liy Mrs. IIow- nrrl Dong, director. The activities have l)eon canceled for the mid-summer months. Redecorating and the briKlitPiiinR up of the setting will occupy the next few days. Sunday school, average attendance of which is ^0 yuung people, will he resumed at 1! p. m. Teachers include .Mrs. May June, Miss Mary Hue, and Mrs. Karl \Vong. The church hoard, of which Mrs. Wong is chairman, includes Mesdnmes Tom Yick, C.eorge hum, .Ir., George Kimin. fleorge Jung, Cforgo Go and Miss Mary Sue and Miss May Jung. A young people's group, formed in the spring, with Margaret Jim as the leader, will continue with the, reopening of the church. ]t is sponsored hy KirM Congregational Church of which the Keverened Thomas K. Lund i.s the pastor. INVITE LEADER TO BID MRS. HOLLINGER TO NOVEMBER MEETING Speaking on his experiences aver- soa.s, presenting a spiritual message, and answering questions, especially of mothers of boys in the service, ("'haplain Iloscoe C. Miller, Jr., of M inter Field was the speaker 1 Thursday when United Council of Church Women met at Beale Park. Mrs. 15. K. llolTman presided. Mrs. liay Wall condlifted devotions. The Reverend llollister Miller, new pastor of First Christian Church, was introduced and responded. Mrs. .1. JO. Hayes was named chairman of a, courtesy committee and requested to name her own assistants. Plans were made to invite Mrs. F.thel Hollingcr, Los Angeles, state president of United Council of Church Women, to attend a session November ^0, to bring the local unit highlights of a national convention which she will have attended in Columbus, Ohio. World day prayer will Vie observed In February and "World Community day November ;'. Past presidents in attendance included Mcsdames O. M. Armstrong, T. J. Clanin and Kay AValt. .Mrs. L. D. Cryto was program chairman for the day. Sixty members attended. August Beef Output Tops All Records CIIICACO. Sept. 2. (UP)—Reef production in federally inspected meat packing plants reached lion,owl,(Hid pounds in August, the heaviest output for any month on record, the American meat institute reported Friday. Pork production for the month was K' per cent less than in July and ]H per cent less than August, 194;',, and will continue to be relatively small in September, the institute said, but predicted increased processing in October when a new hog crop will be marketed. ertrites in THE SALVATION ARMT Twentieth and K Streets Caiitain John Ritchie, Pastor Sunday m hool, 9:45 a. m. Sam Oun- f her, leader. I-runon, "Gideon's Call." Hniincfi« florvirr, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Eapiinm "With the Holy Ghost." Ouipnst Sunday s« hool, 2:30 p. m. Younff Poop to'P T.f-cion, f> p. m.; lonmin topic, "A SummiT Hovi'!w", Olive < Junther, Irndrr. Street Horvife ;i t N:notot»nlh anrl L streets, 7 p. m. K van eel is tic nor vice, 7:30 p. m. Sermon fmbjnr t, "Am hit inn." Tucnday, 7 :;!0 p. in., Hi hie study: S:,'!0 p. m., leadership ti'H iniuw. AWrlnesday, 10 p. m., Jjidips' Homo League at •}-'.) Kaat Twonty- f ii'Ht Hi root. Thnrsday, 7:30 p. m., street service at Nineteenth and I, streets, Thursday, 8 p. m., pniyor Hervkn. Friday, t!:4,"i p. in., radio sf-rvlre., KI'M''. Friday, 7:30 P. rn., Corps Cadets Brigade. .Saturday, 7:30 p. m., sirent HPrvice at Nineteenth and K Btreels. Monday, Corps picnic at Kern County Park, n 11 day. FIRST BAPTIST Truxtun Avenue Between T., and M The Hex't-rend Btirlun O. Ha rrett, Pan tor Thn Reveri-nd Sum K le i lisa sac r. Assistant Sunday whool. 'J:30 a. m. K. Pal lirt- m 11 nd son. Koneraj Htiperintrndent. Morn- iiiir .service. 1 1 nVIuek. Doctor Ha rrett pi-t'iK'hiitt-'. Cnmiminioii meditation. "World I>;i rkiu-HH," Nursery rat <• IB provided for children under '> years durtnvr tlifi mnrn- iii worship. KVL-MIMK service. 7:30 o'rlork. Sermnn subject. "The Hnvil Is Not Dead!" Hoc tor Ba ri H t preaching. Sunday, t[ :30 p. in., Bapt isL Yoiit li Fellowship; 7 :IJO p. in.. Sunday evonmi? sintjt ime under di- re-'t ion of Ira Need ham. The ordinance of ImntiHm wilt he a pn rt of the oven ins; worship a ml t he ordinance of the Lord's Supper will he observed at holh services; S:4."> p. m.. Baptist. Youth Fellowship Sing- Hi >i rat ion. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., midweek prayer and praise service. Thursday, Wome.i's Union all-day meet ins at the church. ST. MARK'S MKTHOIMST ( American Blithe-ran Conference) Building Site, Ilurrle Avenue Between Norrfn Road and Sernnd Street W ,J. Kancl. Jr.. M7 Highland Drive. Sunday school. !»:4."» a. m. at First uirch. MorniMR service, It o'clock at irst t 'hurch, tlie Ileverend Mr. Hand leakiiiK. Kveiiinn s'-rvice. 8 o'clock at rHt < 'hurch. the It ever end Mr. Hand FIRST METHODIST 1701 Truxtun Avenue The Reveiend N. A. ChrUtensen, Pastor Tho Reverend W. J. Rand, Jr.. Associate Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.; Mrs. T. R. Tot ton. Ken era t superintendent. Morn inn service. 11 o'clock, the Reverend "Mr, Rnnd Hprakintf; cermon subject, "What Men Live By." Hiph school and young people's fellowship?, 7 p. m. Patio service. 8 p. m.; sermon subject. "You and Your Ten Thousands!" The official board will meet Wc'dnesday,-7:-10 p. m., in tho church parlor*". The choir will hold a pot luck dinner at ti p. in. Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dicier, StocUdale. The Wesleyan* Service Guild will meet at the home of Miss Lottie Phillips, 201 Truxtun avenue, Friday, September 8. The fourth annual retreat will bo held at the Boy Scout reservation. Sunday, September 10* heffinniiiff with a poiluck dinner at 1:30. The afternoon will be devoted to the presentation of objectives and projects 5oi- the coming year. till K( II OF TIIK IIKKTIIRKN !'alm and A Streets K. J. IIlover, I'astor Sunday nchool, 9:4-"* a. m. Paul Teter. superintendent. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Dr. John Coffman. puest Hpeaker. Sec-1 ion a 1 meetings. ((Mii p. m. ; Hinp.spira- tifin, 7:.10 p. m, Kveninjf service. R o'clock. Dr. John Coffman. speaker. Wednesday, rer reji tion H nd devotions. 7 to 1 () p. ifi. Prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. in., with t 'a rl Phively leading. Cloods for the j "pound" shower for the Reverend and i Mrs. HI over are due Sunday. Our pastor's return Is expected on September 17. Women's work meeting Tuesday. September 1-. FIRST t'firiU'II OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST Kienteenth and C Streets A branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mass. Sunday school, 9::!0 and 11 a. m., for pupils up to 20 years of ape. Morning service, 11 o'clock. .Lesson-Bcr- rnon subjejct, "Man." Evening service, 8 o'clock. The \Vednesda.v meeting at 8 p. m. includes testimonies of Christian Science healing. The free public reading room mainta innd by the church at No. ft. Arcade. Haberfelde building. Seventeenth and Chester is open daily excepting Sunday and holidays from 10 to f>, evenings 7 to !>, closing Wednesday at 5. i J.I TIIKRAV fill K( II OF TIIK MKSSIAII : Kmhteenth and P Si reels | John Krunocr. Si uricnt J'a stor j Sunday school. !t l."> a. m. -Mrs. Albert I Woltnuin, superintendent. Morning st>rv- j ice. 1 1 o'clock. S"i-m<>n subject, "Bettor j Be Heady.'' Tuesday, 730 p. in., Suiidn y school cornmitlne O ri Ha lly Day will meet at t ho Albert Woltnmn home. Friday. 7:30 p. m.. hoard of. admin is t ration meeting. ST. JOSKPH'S CATHOLIC 1")15 Baker Street The Reverend Father Thomas J. Earley, Pastor The Reverend Father Jena tins Lough ran. Assistant raster Sunday masses. 7. !'. ] (1:30 a. m. and 1" noon. Week-day masses. 7 ;l!0 a. m. Tuesday. Mother of Perpetual Help Novena. 7:30 p. m. CIII'RCH OF CHRIST 63« California Avenue Curl is W. Posey, .Minister iday school. 10 a. in. Morning service, 'dock. Evening service, 8 o'clock, drill and Hible studv Wednesday, 7:.10 Ladies' Bible classes Thursday. Frt- p. m., you MR folk's Bible classes. 12:110 and 3 p. m.. radio program K PMC. County sinc-snng, September California avenue. Sm 11 (j Sons i). m. day. Simd; over 10 ut TRINITY \iles and King Streets I'illon AVesJey Throckmorttui, Minister Sundiiy school. !>:•!."> a. m. Morning service II fi'dcick; sermon. "Tlie church and La I fir Day." Youth fellowship services. t!: :so p. m. Evening Her vice. 7 ::m o'clock; sermon subject. "He Still and Know That I Am i',r,i]." Midweek Bible study and time ot' pruji'i', Wednesday, 7 p. m. tiuiccii OF CIIKIST K. of P. Hall, Kern and Lake Streets AV. C. Harrison, -Mm istor Dil'le stmiy. 1 f * a. in. 1'rear.hinR:, 11 n. in. (''oniinunion. E\-onin(;; service, T p. ni. Ttible study. Preaching. 7:4"> p. m. Ujidi i proBrama, J\ PMO, 1 ^ ;iu. .lean \'al- ontinei 3 u. m., AV. C. Hai riscm. CIIIKCH OF CIIKIST 61 1 Hast KiKhtoenth Hireet C. M. AVorsham. Minister Mornint? service, 10:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Forciveness." KvoninK scrvtt-e, K o'clnrk. Sermon subjejc-t, "Awake." AVndnesdiiy services, 8 p. ni. FUT.T, C.OSPKT. TABERNACI.K Seventeenth and O Streets W. K. Loni;, Paslor I.. L. Da vies. Associate Sunday si liool, !)•(."» a. m. ; Mrs. C. T-. Marsh, superintendent. Mum Jim service. 11 o'clock. K\'eiiin^: servici>. S o'clock, on clun-i'h lawn. Revival services cont in no eve i y nijihi oxi-ept Monday and S n turd ay at S T>. m. on the church lawn. Ttadio pro'- m amn. "The Church by the Side of the Road." £1 a. m.. KERN, and "The Victory Hour," 30-10:30 p. rn.. KERN. CALVARY BAPTIST ( IIIRCII Niles Street at Kern Henry J. J^orenx, Pastor .Sunday school. 9:4f> a. m. Ben Hermlon. peneral superintendent. Morn ins service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Is the Outlook Optimistic?" At. 7 p. m., junior and senior B. Y. F., Searchers and Adult Rihle Class. Kveniny service. 8 o'clock. Sermon sub jo jet, "A Notable Miracle." Wednesday. 7:30 p. m . Bible study and prayer service. Choir rehearsal, 8:30 p. m. ST. JOHN'S LIVTIIKRAN (The Church of the Lutheran Hour) Twentieth and C Streets R. J. Jiipcls, Pastor Sunday school, !):45 a. in. Kred Schieble. superintendent. Two morninp services. 8:45 and 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Sin of Deeds I'ndone." Sundays, f :'10 a. m.. "The Lutheran Hour" over KI'MC. Wednesday. 8 p. m.. church council. Thursday. - p. m.. Ladies' Aid. Saturday. 9:30 a. m.. Children's Confirmation class. FIRST CHRISTIAN Sixteenth and r S tree is Hollistor B. Miller, Pustur Sunday school. 0:43 a. m. Morning service. 10:50 o'clock. Sermon subject. "School Days Arc Here Ana,in." KveninH: service, 8 o'clock. Sermon subject. ' 'The Power of the. Unseen." Nursery. Sunday morning:. Eight Christian Endeavor mien-ties meet at 7 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ST. PAff/S KPISCOPAL Seventeenth and f Streets The 7*everend Kalnh H. Cox. Recinr Holy communion, 8 a. m. Morning serv- i' H and sermon by the rector, 11 o'clock. Music by St. Paul's Choir. FAITH TABKRNACLK Height and Nelson Streets Mrs. E. K. Smith, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning serv- •p. 11 o'clock. Evening service, 7:4j 'dock. FIRST PRKSBVTERIAN Sevteneeth and H Streets The Reverend John Murdoch, Pantor Sunday school, 0:45 a. m., Let and Goldsworthy, superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Theme, "The Workman of Na2areth." Labor Day nermon. Nursery for «matl children during Sunday school and morn 1m: worship. Westminster senior fellowHhlp, 7 p. m., meeting at the home of Mr. atid Mrs, Ed Hemmerling. 1901 Bunk street. Topic, "What Can We Believe About the Hereafter?" the last of the summer discussions by the m in inter on the general topic. "What Can We Believe'." 1 Thursday, 7:30 p. m.. choir re- hea r.sal. Friday, 7 p. m.. Boy fcicoutH, Harold DeTuncij. scoutmaster. FIRST COMiRKUATIONAt, Seventeenth and \.* Streets Thomas Fen wick Lund, Th.D., D. D. The regular Sunday school will not *»tart until next Sunday morning at 9:4,"). Morning service, 11 o'clock. The morning worship service in recognition of Labor Day. Sermon subject, "The Message of the Church to the Toilers of the World." The new choir director, Miss I lie! a Shimin, and new organist. Mrs. ROSA Wisherd. will commence their duties. The youth group vill begin work next Sunday evening. Thursday, 7:^0 p. m., choir rehearsal. FIRST UNITY TEMPI* ^ 123 Southern Hotel Delia Shutts, Minister \Vee Wisdom choir. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 0:45 a. m. International »ubjec^ "Saul Rejected." Unity subject, "WnerW the Will Fails." Morning »ervlc«. 11 o'clock. Sermon aubjejct, "Spiritual Victory Over Bestial Misery." Temple open daily i> a. rn. to 5 p. m.: dally "Silence 11;: I"5 to 12:45. eix days. WedneBday. Htuilv class, 2 p. m.. subjejct, Healing of Human Relationships"; Victory Prayer Corps. f«r the protection of the armed forces 7'30 P. m.; membership meeting 1 , 8 p. m.. departmental instruction, instructions and meditation. I'nlty Bustnesa Club meets at the Hotel El Tejon, Thursday. 12 nuon. ^ SOt'THSlDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD y:iO Ij Street • Paul F. Cook, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Maml» Shoopmari. superlntnedent. Morning service 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "These Sayings of Mine." First in a series on th« words of Jesus. Evening service, 8 o Icock- Sermon subect, "The Gods o£ This World." Sunday, f>:.'lO p. m., Christ's Ambassadors, Ronald Tomlinson, president. Tuesday, S p. m.. prayer and praise service. Thursday. 8 p. m.. Bible study. I.A.MOXT MIKiSIO.XAKV BAPTIST :i33 Wi't-il Pati-h HiKhvvay, Lamont Tho Tlevei'iMHl S. E. Dunham. IViRtor Kunday Hchtxjl, 9:45 a. m. H. O. Lackey, suppi-iritenilcnt. MorllinB worship. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Apostles' Offering to I,ost Men." Training union, 7 r. b. Kvcnlnc worship, S p. m ?» Sermon subject, "Tho Christian's HeritaKe." Annual business meelinff will be held Wednesday. September (1, at 8 p. m. COMMUNITY IIAPTIST 200 First Street, Bultonwillow F. A. Landers. Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mamie tiray, superintendent. Afornins service. II o'clork. Memorial seryice. Sermon subject. "The Last Four Words of .lesus." Kveninc BiM-vii'p. S o'clock. Youth Fellowship. "It Is l-'mished." FIRST riii'Rrii OK riiiiiST, SCIKNTIST Klevonlll and Kl'iisineluil. Dolano A branch of The MothT Church. Til" Firsi I'hiirch of chrisl, Scienlist. in Bos- nin. Mass. Sumluy school, 9:'l"i a. in. for pupils up to L'N years of HBP. Mnrnme service. 11 o'rioik; lesion-sermon subject. "Man." Wednesday menting at S p. in. The re.'tfliiiK i(»om is open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3 to 5:30 p. m. CHIRCH OF CHRIST Fourth and Harlow Streels, McFarland E. M. Borden, Jr.. and 13. M. Burden, Sr., Ministers Bible classes, 10 a. m. Preachirifr. 11 a. m. Subject. "The Truth Shall Make You Free." Preaching, S p. m.. Subject, "Make It as Sure as You Can." Bible drill. Thursday, 8 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCE SOCIKTV Sixth and K Streets, Wasco A branch of The Mother Ghurch. The First church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Sunday school, 10 u. m. 1'or pupils up to 20 years of aj,*e. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Lesson-sermon subject. "Man.'' Wednesday mectins the first Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK SOCIETY Kernville A branch of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. M.BSS. Sunday school. 11 a. in. for pupils up to 20 years of aBc. Mum inn service. 11 o'clock. Lesson-sermon sub- .iec t. "Man." Wednesday mcfting the first Wednesday of each month at S p. m. CIIIRCH OF CHRIST Lamont James r. Calbraith. Minister Bible classes. 10 a. m. Morning service. 11 oVIock. Sermon subject. "The Christian Warf;. re." L'vemnjr service. S o'clock. Sermon sub.iect, "Must Men Liu Something lo Bo Saved'."' CIH'RCII OF TIIK I1KKTIIKKN 50,"» Second Street. McFarland John I. Ooft'man. Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service. 11 o'clock. The Reverend A. Blicken- siaff will preach. Singspiration, 7:30 p. in. « U'THKRAX STXDAV SCHOOL Bertha P. jilliott Hall. Oildalo U. J, JriKeis. 1'astor Sunday school.' 9:30 a. m. PKNTKCOSTAL ASSEMBMKS OF THB WORLD ONENESS Corner Kearney and San Diego Avenue Lamont Elder Paul Winter A Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Eveninr service. 8 o'clock. Revival now in progress is conducted by Jimmy Davis from Oklahoma. Services each night. CIII'RCH OF OUR SAVIOR, LUTHERAN* Delano The Reverend Alvin C. Streufert, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30 a. m. Morning service! 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The flrealest Power on Earth." Holy communion will he celebrated with registrations for communicants on Saturday from 7 to 9 p. m. and before th» Sunday morning service. FIRST CHI RCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST Clfi Kern Street, Taft A branch of The Mother Church, Tiff First church of Christ. Scientist. In Boston. Mass. Sunday school, 9:30 a. mR Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Man." Wednesday evening meeting, S o'clock. The reading room in front of the church ;.i open 12 noon to 5 p. m. daily except Sundays and holidays. FIRST tlNITY TEMPLE 631 North Street. Taft : Woman's Improvement Club Building i Delia Shutts. Minister Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Unity sub* je.t, "Where the Will Fails." Eveninc service. 8 o'clock. Sermon subjejct, "Spir« itual Victory Over Bestial Misery." COMMUNITY METHODIST • Delano The r.everend Ronald H. White, Pastor Sunday school. 9:50 a, m. Morning serv* ice. 11 o'clock: sermon subject, "The Ecow nomics of Christ," a Labor Day message. Kventng service, 7:45 o'clock: a study of the Prophet Micah. Youth Fellowship, T, p. m., directed by Mrs. White. CHt'RCH OF CHRIST Woman's Club Building. Shatter W. S. Lynch. Jr., Minister Morning service. 10:30 o'clock; sermon subject. ''The True Worshiper." Evening service. 8:15 o'clock; sermon subject, "Th« Church and Its Mission." CIII'RCH OF CHRIST Boy Scout Building, Buttonwillow ^ E. M. Taylor, Minister Sunday si-hoo!, 10 a. m. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon by guest speaker. Radio programs of the church, Sunday afternoon, 12;30 and 3 p. m., KPMC. CHURCH OF CHRIST Eleventh and Oxford Streetd. Delano Morning service. 10:30 o'clock. Evenln« service. 8:16 o'clock. PANAMA CONGREGATIONAL John S. Buus, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. m. Morning ««rv> ice. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Ona- ness in God." REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESC8 CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Bertha P. Elliott Hall. Olldal* Charles Vancil. Superintendent Sunday school. 2 p. m. COME TO CHURCH TOMORROW for Those in the Armed Forces Who Have Served and Are Serving in the Pursuit of an Enduring Peace on Earth— Tomorrow, Bakersfield Churches Will Unite in a Common Prayer for Those Pictured Below and Their Families Here at Home "There Are No Atheists in the Foxholes" • Let There Be None on the Home Front — LT. LORKTTA LORIMER, ARMY BARBARA McLALV, SPAU ARCHIE PAGE D13 FRESE In the Face of Danger Let Us Profess Our Faith in God— • Attend the Church of Your Faith Tomorrow LT. HORTENSE COIIN, NAVY A I'l'.AYKIt OF 1NT15RCESJS1ON O Cm], uphold us. \ve licHecrh Thee, in these dfiys of war unit death. To Thee we must turn for stronsth and cnuraKB under the- Kti-oke of Thy hand. Dismayed by Thy tciTom, we fly to Tliy iiipn.n-H, iilTriBhli-d t>y the i lnmusi'ir.ciiis We find pi-are under Thy sheltering winsn. For Thou art our safe dwelling place til nil Ki'iii-ialums. That very thought diHpelH our iloiibtH and our dis- quiel. Help us to see Thy Kuoilness amid the llilrk dm kneba that covers the earth, to discern the promise of happy days for the \\orld in the terrors of war. to justify all this ruin and anKuisn hy the vision of the widi-spivud blessing that will come out of it. The earth is moved, but Thy word and purpose stand fasu t-mpircs toller, but Thy kingdom Is ' sure, and on the wreck of' empin-s wilt Thou build It. Thy mercy endures forever, and will reveal its blessedness in the iullnv.»« of tune. Our Father, let not the sword devour forever; Implant Thou a faithful spirit In the nations, so that envy and hatred perish from among the children of men. Speedily cause the roar of battle to cease; and may confidence, justice, victory, and liberty be the fruits of peace for all the dwellers on earth. Amen. RABBI JACK LEVY, Minister, llakcrsfield Jewish Community. HTV1.K .SHOI'l'K Kl, ADOJ1E MOTEL AVJCKKUSHAM'.S JEWELEHS TO\VKIi BEAUTY SALON- HOTEL PADRI3 HOTEL EL TEJOX J. C. I'EXNEY & CO. ACME FINANCE COMPANY MONTfiOMEUY WA1JD & CO. SAXITEX CLEANERS^ LAWSON'S JEWELERS THE BOOK SHOP NATHAN STRAUSS & SON THE LITTLE FOLKS SHOP HARRISON'S, MEN'S VVEAR THE HUNT FURNITURE CO. JACK'S SHOE STORE VAUGHAVS EASTERN DRUG COMPANY WEILL'S SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY BROCK'S VALLEY'S FINER FOODS NATIONAL DOLLAR STORE MAJOR DONALD H. BAKER. ARMY ROSS HARDWARE AND RESTAURANT SUPPLY RUBIN BROTHERS GINGRAS & NEELY, FURNITURE SE1LERS, THE MAN'S SHOP LEO'S FUR SHOP EASTON'S BASKET DRUG STORE MR. AND MRS. OF RADIO FAME FRANK MEAT COMPANY . HUGH M. ALLEN The Above Merchants Graciously Contribute This Weekly Space, and Ask That You Attend the Church of Your Faith Tomorrow

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