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4 Soturdoy, September 23, 1944 HahtrSfictti CaUforittell Local Persons Donate Blood at North Hollywood Center "Keep it Fl"winp" may wrll be- conic the slo^jn of Rnkcrsfield I'nr- lor, Native Dnnphtpr.". \vliirh spon- Bd'rpd a trip t» Xm-ih Hullywood blood center yesterday where ]fi persons donated 16 pinis of blood. The trip, firranL'oc] throupli the parlor vith Mrs. .Miir.jorio Komv as tlie oliief planner and wilh C. C. T la worth donating the bus that tifirik the blond donors sortli, may be repeated at an early dale. Prospective donors are a>k(d to pi.un up at the loon I oil ire of the Ked Cross for another trip next Wednesday. 1'ros-pertivo donors are BKked to have a physical checkup made before siRniiiR fur ihe trip. AmonR those who made the trip South were Mrs. C]< tha Alippi, president, Mrs. Mary Jane Clarkin, Mrs. Vilma Smith. Miss lyiicy Snpertinn. Mrs. James O"Han>. Jr.. Mrs. Marie Finn. Mrs. Sally Barl.'l, Mrs. Tillie Hense, Mrs. Nellie lleiscr, James Bennett, .lames O'llarc, Hr., Miss Jlelca Johnsen, Mrs. Ha/el Cndile- back, Mrs. Marie Toss, Mrs. Florence Arley, Mrs. Florence Po\\ell, G. H. Bounies, Visalia, and Mrs. Marjorie Kouw. Age Limits Anyone from IJl to fiO years of fige way donate blood. A prospective donor is disqualified on his sixtieth birthday. Minors between the ages of ]8 and 121 are not solicited as donors, but they will he accepted if they are members of Ilie armed forces. Civilians between 18 nnd 21 may be accepted with special provisions including a married male who 7iiust have the written consent of either his wife, a parent or legal guardian (married females of the saine ages do not need a written consent); all minors must obtain the written consent of one parent or legal guardian. No donors are accepted who are to return to work with heavy machinery within S hours after a donation. The. prescribed interval between donations is 10 weeks and no more than five donations a year are permitted. Donors must weigh at least 110 pounds. All donors are requested to eat the tnne of their appointment. .Should more than four hours elapse between the last meal and the time for donation, some form of nourishment should be taken. j Disqualifying Conditions I Several physical conditions auto| matically disqualify a prospective donor: Pregnancy, major operation for !» months, a minor operation for ;! months; malaria within the past IS years; tuberculosis, past or present; diabetes, jaundice within the past 6 months; arute colds, organic heart disease, undulant fever, smallpox vaccination in the last 10 days; other immunization in the last 4S hours. Women Needed in Toft Red Cross Work Rooms TAI'-T, 23.—The surgical dressing workrooms at the .Lincoln .School in Ta,lt, and at the Marieopa School are open throughout the year and all women in cither locality who can spare a few hours each week for this increasingly important work, are urged to report immediately. The Lincoln School workroow is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Thursdays and Fridays from 9 until 4 and Thursday evening from 7-fl. The Marieopa workroom is open Tuesdays and Fridays M-4 and on Tuesday evenings 7-0. Women in Taft are re-minded that the Motor Corps maintains a regular schedule for taking women to and from the Surgical Dressings, workroom. A call to the lied Cross _ headquarters will establish the time of the stops. SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED—Final arrangements are now complete for the winter season of Congregational Church forum speakers, according to thp Reverend Thomas F. Lund, pastor of the sponsoring church, who is seen here with Albert S. Goodo, chairman of the church board, putting finishing touches to programs. First lecture is October 8. Congregational Church to Sponsor Forum Lectures their regular meals irrespective of EMJOTT TO KI'KAK IN DELANO Speaking in Delano on Sunday at " p. in. will be Congressman Alfred .1. Kiliott, who is appearing in Delano under the auspices of the, California Kniployment and Kotirement Mutual Insurance Plan. The meeting will be held at Cecil Park and r.ieorge Woodson «t Maryland will also speak. J. J. Skerry of K-ikers- ficld, county chairman, will preside and introduce the speakers. Following out a plan successfully inaugurated last your. First Congregational Church, the Reverend Thomas F. Lund, pastor, announces a series of 12 P.akersfield Sunday evening forum lectures, opening October S, and concluding March 1*. Speakers and subjects in their order will be Dr. AVilliam G. Cam till, Los Angeles, "Latin America Faces a New Day"; Dr. Truman Douglass, New York, "Democracy Abhors a Vacuum"; Dr. Walter Dexter, "The Contribution of Kducatcd People to the World of Tomorrow": Carl L. lOtter, "The Future of Japan"; Dr. Adamantios Th. Poly- y.oidos, Los. Angeles, "The Future of Germany"; John Anson Ford, "America Faces Four Fronts"; Dr. K-illentine Henley, Los Angeles, "Blueprint for Tomorrow"; Dr. Harold Kingsley, Los Angeles, "America's Family Faces a New Day"; Dr. Vierley Kersey, Los Angeles, "The Child of Today in the DONATE BLOOD FOR SERVICEMEN—These Bakcrsfield people donated a day's time as well as a pint of blood at the North Hollywood Red Cross blood center yesterday. The Orange Stage Busline donated the bus for the trip. The donors were, left to right: Marjorie Rouw, Sarah Bartel, James Bennet, Lucy Supertino, Marie Finn, Inez O'Harc, James M. O'liare, Sr., Frances Argain, Wilma Smith, Hazel Cuddeback, Helga Johnson, Nellie Heiscr, Mary Jan, Marie Tex, Cletlia Aleppi, president of El Tejon Parlor, Native Daughters, that sponsored the trip, Florence ilarley, Florence Powell and Tillie House. Volunteers are needed for another trip to North Hollywood next Wednesday, it is reported. World of Tomorrow"; Dr. Paul Peri- gord, Los Angeles. "France Lives Again—Glorious France"; Dr. 1 Io- hort B. Pettongel, Los Angeles, "The Future Status of America's Kco- nomic Life"; Dr. Thomas F. Lund, "The Gains of War and the Tasks of I'oaco." Preceding each lecture, nn organ recital will be held. Those who will provide this phase of the evening's program include Mesdames Ross \Vishard, A. 11. Tloisington. Laura Nichols, Harold J. Hurt, Gloannah Ball Behan, A. N. Other, and Harold J. Burt with the high school ensemble. Doctor Campbell is a professor of history at Vnivcrsity of California and is a world traveler, lecturer and author. His address will be illustrated by technicolor pictures of South America. Doctor Douglass is executive vice-president of the Congregational Church. Doctor Dexter, state superintendent of education and public instruction, is a former president of Whittier College; Mr. Ktter was for many years lecturer in Japan's Imperial University and was special guest at the coronation banquet for Ifirohito. Doctor Polyziodos, native of Greece, was a war correspondent in World War I, and has been a news commentator over Radio Station KFI 'in World War II; Mr. Ford, supervisor of Los Angeles county, is widely known as an economist and student of international affairs; Doctor Henley is president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Los Angeles; Doctor Kingsley was adviser to the civic department in Chicago and is considered a leader in thought on race questions; Doctor Kersey, superintendent of Los Angeles city schools, is former state superintendent of public instruction; Doctor Perigord. a captain the French army in World War I, was graduated from the University of France and University of Chicago, and received his Ph. D. at University of Minnesota. He is on the faculty at U. C. L. A. and is a successful author; Doctor Ppttengel is professor of economics at U. S. C. and advisor forOPA in southern California; Doctor Lund is pastor of the local church and is author of several hooks including "The Dimes of Soth Dubois," "A Boy for Sale," "The Kagle Life." FIRST MKTIIODIST Truxtun Avpnuo and H Street Dr. N. A. OhriBtcnsen, Pastor Thp Reverend \Vlllard J. Rand. Associate Sunday Kc-hool. !i:4li a. m. Airs. T. R. Totton. general supcrintendent. Promotion Iiay v.-il) ho observed throughout tin* church school this Sunday. Morning sorvic e, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "t< was Written," Dortor rhristensen preaching. Eve- ninir service. 7:.'IO o'clock. All-church fellowship: cramatic and vivid cathedral film, "Tho Story of Zaccheus." Program and refreshments hy the youth division. Nurseries lor babies and Hiiiall children dur- inff thp niurning worship service. }Iis:h school fellowship and younp ppople'a meeting. 6:.'ID p. in. The Reverend .Mr. Hand will speak on "Vitality in Religion." Youth choir rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30 It. in. in ihp sanctuary. Circles of the Woman's Poc-iely of Christian Service will moot Tht) rsda y. Camp Kire f,irls and I.Hne T!irds meet at thp church ThurBday. 4 p. m. choir rehearsal. 7:^0 p. in.. In the Ranctmiry, with Konald Clark, director, and Mrs. A. H. tl'iixinRtnn. orpTiinlst. Roy Scouts meet Friday, 7:30 p. in., in vhe p>m. FIRST CHRISTIAN Sixteenth and I StrecMs Tlullister B. Miller, Pastor Bihle sc hocil, 9:1.") a. m., Jninrs Carter, mipi-rilllcnderit. Men's Ililile class. !1:3U. Xursijry 1'or hatiieM jincl small children at linih the J!ihl» school and morning worship hours. MornlnK worship, 10:10 n. m. The Kevi'l-encl llollister Miller will preach on the theme. "My Father's House." Seven dChristinn Knrleavor Societies meet :o 7 T'. m. KveninK service. S o'clock. The sermon theme of the Reverend Mr. Miller will lie "No Houses for Rent:" Activities through the week include Youth Uc.-realion. 7 p. m., Monday, in JVthany hall: "Meditation and Melody Xicht," Wednesday, 7 to Dp. rn.: prayer meeting for adulls. Wednesday, 7::!0 p. m. with .Inhn IVrra. leading; Woman's Council. Thursday. 1:30 i>. m. in tho women's parlor; choir rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 p. m., in the s.-'.ncluary. FIRST CHI Rf'll OK TIIF, NAZARENE (.'hesler Avenue and Fourth Strc-et The Reverend F. Arthur Anderson. Pastor Sunday school. !*:4f» a. m.: Willard Howard, sllpei -inu-ndent. Morning service. 11 o'c lock. Sermon subject. "The Wounds of .IcsuF." .lunior cluli'c-h. 11 a. m. : young people's service. (i:30 p. m. : Milton Hill-by, presidenl. Evening service. 7:.'IO ii'c-lock. Sermon (subject. "Vindicated!" The young people of tills church offer the radio proprain. "The; Nazarcne Young People's Hour." each Sunday at 5 p. m., over KKHN. The Reverend Jimmie Allen, nolod Sunday school worker, will spend one day at ibis church. speaking at a zone rally at -:30 ancl 7:30 p. m. .Monday. The Reverend Harold Volk, noled revivalist, will begin a two weeks' meeting on Tuesday at 7:30 p. in. FIRST BAPTIST Trux'un Avenue. Between I, and II Streets The Reverend Dr. burton C. Barrett, Pastor The Reverend Ram Kleinsasscr, Assistant Sunday school. 3:30 a. m. F. Pat I'M- mondson, general superintendent. Jlornins service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Shattered Ideals " Nursery care is provided for children under 6 years of age during Ihe morning worship. Kvenine service, 7-30 o'clock Sermon subject. "Our TliKhest Security " Sunday, 6:.10 P. m., Baplist Youth Fellowship; 7:30 p. m., Sunday evening siiiBtime under leadership of Ira Needham. to be followed with I be evening sermon by Doc-tor I'.arrett. Sunday. S:4f> p. m singspiration hour for young people nnd servicemen. Wednesday, 7:30 n. m.. midweek congregational assembly. FTT.L GOSPEL TABERNACLE Seventeenth and O Streets W. K. J.nng, Pastor L,, L. Davies, Associate Sunday school. 9:4.~> a. m. Mrs. C. 1,. Marsh, superintendent. Morning service. 11 o'.-lock. Sermon subject. "Faith for Today." Kvening service. 7:4f» o'cloc-U. Promotion day and installation of new officers in the Sunday school. Christ's Ambassadors. H:30 p. m.; Airs. (Jraee Shaffer, president. Radio programs over KERN: "The Church by the Side of the Road." 3 a. in. and the Victory Hour. 10 p. m. CHURCH 01' TIIK BRETHREN .11'5 A .Street 1C. J. Glover. Pastor Sunday school. 10 a. m. Paul Teter, supemilendont. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Quality of Christian Strength." Sectional meeting, 6:45 o'clock, levelling service, S p. m. Continuation of "Studies From Parables." Prayer meet- Ins Thursday, 8 p. m.. with Anna Shirley as leader. FAITH TAI1ICRNACLE Height and Nelson Streets Mrs. E. H. Smith. Pastor Sunday school. 9:4Ti a. m. R. .M. Cherry, superintendent. Morning service. 11 o'clock. F.veninK service. 8 o'clock. THE SALVATION ARMY Twentieth aitd K Streets Captain John Ritchie. Pastor Sunday school. 9:4. r > a. m.; Sam Gunther. leader. Lesson: "Soul's AnnointinK." Holiness service. 11 a. m. Sermon subject. "Cod UeciuircH ]fis I'eople to He. Holy." Oulpost Sunday sc'hool, L':30 p. in.: Young People's Legion, 6 p. in.: Olive Gunther, leader; 7 p. m.. street service, at Nineteenth and I, streets. Evening service. 7:30 o'clock, evangelistic service. Sermon subject, "I'laying Fast and Loose With God." Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.. teachers' training class, open to all adulls nnd senior young tieople; 'Wednesday. '7:30 p. in., Ladies' Home League, at 1^9 Kast Twenty-first street: Wednesday, union service with the Taft Corns, before the Taft officers farewell for 'their new nppointments: Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. street service; 8 p. m.. Bible study prayer service: Friday. i:45 p. m.. radio broadcast over Kl'MC. 7:30 p. m.. Corps Cadet BriK.'ide and field drill for young people: Saturday. 7:30 p. m., street service; 8 p. m.. Free and Glory service. FIRST CONflREC.ATIONAL Seventeenth and G Streets Thomas Femviok Lund. Tli.D., D.D. Church sc'hool. !t:ili :.. m.. with classes for all apes. Adult class led by Mark Wilcox. aim-nine worship. 11 o'clock. The pastor. Doctor Lund, will speak on the theme. "Jesus of Nazareth, (he Man Who Turned the World Upside Down." The church of youth. 6:30 n. in. Discussion led hy Dorris Gilland. Monday, 7:30 p. m.. Fidelis group meets with Mrs Lund at the parsonage. Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. choir rehearsal. Saturday. 5:30 p. m.. big barbecue at the ranch of Albert Gootle. FIRST Clll'RCII OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST KighU-enlh and C Streets A branch of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ. Scientist, In Boston, Mass. Sunday school. 9:30 and 11 a. m. lor pupils up to ^0 years of age. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Lesson-sermon subject. "Reality." Kvening service, S o'clock. Wednesday meeting at 8 p. m. includes teslimonies of Christian Science healing. The free public rending room maintained by the church at No. 5. Arcade. Haherlelde building. Sevenleetlth and Chester, is open daily e\cerning Sunday and holidays form 10 to 5, evenings 7 to 9, closing Wednesday at 5. TRINITY METHODIST Nil.-cs ancl King Streets Dillon Wesley Throckmorton. Minister Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.: morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, ".lesus Friend of Sinners.": 6:30 p. m,, youth services. Kvenintf service, 7:30 o'clock. KvenitiK worship with "SIMK" assisted by Ihe youth choir and orchestra. Wednesday, midweek hour of prayer and Bible study, 7:30 p. m. GRACE BAPTIST Virginia and Quincy Streets Lewis J. Foe. Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. F.lwood F. Frye. superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. The Reverend Jonathan M. S\vat- ncll will speak. Bible study and young people's meeting. 7 p. m. Hveninv service. 8 o'clock, pastor speaking on "Salvation, the Need of the Hour." Prayer meeting Wednesday. 7:4", p. m. Choir practice Friday, 7:30 p. m. GOSPEL GLEANERS 1701 Nlles Street C. D. Spencer, Pastor T.,. D. Krniise, Associate Sunday school, !i:4."> a. m. Mrs. Esther Toung, supei ii'lcndent. Morning service. 11 c,'clock. Sermon suhject. "Fidelitv." Radio program. 7 p. m. Sunday. Kvening servoie. 7:30 o'clock. Sermon tuihjoc t. "Hiding From Clod's Presence." Tuesday evening, Hible study on last half of Psalm 78. THE CHI'KCII OF CHRIST t)3!) California Avenue Curtis W. Posey. Minister Sunday school. 10 a. m. ; morning service, 11 o'clock: evening service, S o'clock. Song drill and Hibie study Wednesday. 7 30 p. in.; I.adic.-s' Bible classes Thursday: young folks Hibie classes Friday. S p. m. : radio programs Sunday. KPMC 1^:30 and 4:30 p. m. CHI'KCII OF CHRIST K. of P. Hall. ICern and Lake Streets W. C. Harrison, Minisler Sunday school. 10 a. m. ; morning service. 11 o'clock: evening service. <>-4r> o'clock. Young people's meeting. Sermon subject evangelistic. Radio program KPMC. 4:30 p. m. W. C. Harrison. CHURCH OF CHRIST 611 East Kighteenth Street Odell White will speak at both services. Morning service 10:30 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Tho Church at Thessalonia." Kvening service. 8 o'eloek. Sermon subject, "A Study of Acts 24:25." Midweek services, S p. in.. Wednesday. Lesson study Wednesday, the book of Ruth. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN (The Church of the Lutheran Hour) Twentieth and C Streets K. J. JarKCls, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.: Fred Scheihle. superintendent. Rally day will he observed. Two mornlne services. 8:45 and 11 o'clock. Sermon Subject, "Why Go to Church'."' Sundays. 9:30 a. m.. the Lutheran Hour over KPMO; Tuesday, 7:30 p. rn., Boy Scouts: Wednesday, 7 p. m., chofr practice: Friday, 7:30 p. m., adult membership class: Saturday, 9:30 a. m., children's confirmation class. CALVARY BAPTIST Miles Street at Kern Henry J. Lorenz, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; Ben Herndon, general superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Wulkln* in tile Light." 7 p. m.. Junior High, Senior B. Y. F. Searchers and adult Bible cla«s. Evening service, 8 o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Course of the World." Monday. 3 p. in., Junior High Girls' Bible study class, in prayer meeting room; Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., Bible study and prayer service. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Corner Seventeenth and H Streets f The Reverend John Murdoch, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45: Leland Goldsworthy, general superintendent. Morning service 11 o'clock. Theme, "Religion and Youth." Rally Day In the Sunday school. Nursery for email children under 6 years during the morning worship. Westminster Senior Youth Fellowship. 7 p. m., meeting at the home of Carol Johnston. 2105 Sunset. Topic, "Where the Continents Meet—Latin America." Leader, Larry Vincent. Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. choir rehearsal; Friday. 7 P. m., Boy Scouts. Harold DeTuncq, icoutmaBter. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH (American Lutheran Conference) • Eighteenth and D Streets, Woman's Club John Bruneer, Student Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Rally Day. Mrs. Albert Wolmann, superintendent. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Jesus, the Resurrection and Oie Life." Wednesday, 8 p. m., woman's missionary meeting at tho home of Mrs. Me- Oulre, 338 Higl'land Drive. Missionary work In Africa will be the topic. Thursday, 7:30 p. m.. choir rehearsal. COMMUNITY METHODIST The Heveiend Ronald H. White, Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a, m., and women's and men's Bible classes. Morning service, 11 o'clock. .Sermon subject, "The Fine Art of Stewardship." livening service, 7:45 o'clock. Sei mon subject. "Wherever You Go." a. study of the book of Ruth. Fellowship for youths and girls of high school ase every Sunday at 7 p. m. Mrs. White.- adviser. COMMUNITY BAPTIST 200 First Street. Ruttonwillow F. A. Landers. Pastor Sunday sx-bool, 10 a. m. "Religion In the Life of a Nation." Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon suhject. "A Wonderful Old Testament Experience." Text. "So we built the wall, for the people had a mind to work." Kvening service. 8 o'eloek. Youth fellowship. Tbe adult group will si tidy the' Forty-first Psalm. We will observe Rally Day. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Eleventh and Kensington, Delano A branch of Tho Mother Church. The First Chcrch of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Sunday sc hoed, 9:45 a. m., for pupils up to 20 years of age. Morning service, il o'clock. Lesson-sermon subject, "Reality." Wednesday meeting Ht s p. m. The reading room is open on Mori- day. Wednesday and Friday frum 3 to 5 p. m. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN 505 Second Street. MoFarland John I. Coffman, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Roy L. Taylor, superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon. Sunday school and church installation service. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Kmmaiis Rend." Friendship club, second and fourth Thursdays of month. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Kernville A brunch of Tho Mother Church, the First church of Christ, Scientist, in Bos- ion. Mass. Sunday school. 11 a. m.. for pupils up to th'- age of HO years. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Lesson-sermon subject, "Reality." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sixth and K Streets. Wasco A branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Bos- ion. Mass. Sunday school, 10 a. m., for PMPils up to 20 years of age. Morning service. 11 o'c-lock. Lcsson-sermun subject, "Reality." CHI'KCII OF CHRIST Woman's Club Iluilding, Shafter Morning sei vice. 10:30 o'clock. Kveninc service;, S o'cl/ick. Prcaclijnrjf hy Mil] L.\-nrh, of Delano, at both morning and evening services. TAFT LUTHERAN Girl Scout Hall on Calvin Street U. J. Jagcls, Pastor Sunday school. 7 p. m. Kvening service. S o'oloc k. Sermon subject. "Why Go to Chui-c-h'."' Sundays. 9:30 a. m., the Lutheran hour over KPMC. COMMl NITY CHURCH RosodaU; Highway, in Rosedale Tho Reverend L. W. Kolb. Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.. Norman Elmore, sui erinteiulent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Kvening service.- 7'45 o'clock. A revival meeting will begin Sunday at 7:45, with the Wright Evangelists in charge. CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR (Lutheran) Delano The Reverend Alvin C. Strcufert, Pastor" Sunday school, 9:50 a. in., also junior and senior Bible classes. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Prepare to Meet Thy God." Released time classes for all grades of the Cecil Elementary School in the church parish hall every Wedne*- FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 615 Kern Street, Taft A branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Mass. Sunday school, 9:30 a, m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Matter." Wednesday evening meeting. 8 o'clock. The reading room In front of the church is open 12 noon to G p. m. daily except Sundays and holiday*. CHURCH OF CHRIST CC7 Santa Fe Highway, Shatter K. M. Borden, Minister Bible classes, 10 R. m. Preaching, 41 a. m. Subject. "The Creator and the Creature." Preaching, 8 p. m. Subject. "The Operation of the Spirit." CHURCH OF CHRIST » , Fourth aud Harlow. McFarland E. M. Borden, Jr., and E. M. Borden, Sr., Ministers Bible classes, 10 a., m. Suhject. "Can a Preaching, It Man Be Saved Without-a I-reacber?" Preaching:. 8 p. m. Subject, "The Eunuch Converted." Bible drill at 8 n. m. Thursday. FIRST UNIT! TEMPLE Taft Meetings at 631 North St. (Woman's Improvement Club Building) Delia Shutls, Minister Sunday school, 9:43 a. m. International subject: "Religion In the Life of a Nation." Tnity subject. "Meditation On Truth." Kvening service, 8 o'clock. "Rejoice and Be Glad." CHURCH OF GOD Oildale Drive andjjil Tc'Jon Avenue. Oildale The Reverend R. R. Green, Pastor , Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service. 10:45 o'clock. Sermon subject: "Things That Make for a Good Revival." Kvening service. 7:45 o'clock. Sermon subject. "Freedom From Sin." Young Peopl-'s meeting. 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Lamont James P. Galbraith, Minister Bible classes. 10 a. m. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Ttie Baltic of the Gods." Evening service. 7::>n o'clock. Sermon subject, "The Power to Sec It Through." THE CHI RCII OF CHRIST Boy Scout Euildins. Buttonwillow E. M. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, io a. m. Morning service. 11 o'clock. Sermon subject. "The Law of Pardon." Radio programs Sunday, 12:30 and j:30 p. m., KPMC. LUTHERAN SUNDAY SCHOOL Bertha P. Elliott Hall. Oildale R. J, Jagcls. Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. PANAMA CONGREGATIONAL John S. Buus, Pastor Sundar school. 10 a. m. Morning service, 11 oclock. Sermon subject. "The Sini- ing Soul." 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— KULAXD HOLLA.NDSWOKTH, MAUINLJ LT. JENNY CURTIS, AVAC CLYDF, C. JOHNSTON. NAVY In the Face of Danger Let Us Profess Our Faith in God— • Attend the Church of Your Faith Tomorrow JACK BRADSHAW, NAVY fun Ilc-.iveniy Fatlioi, il Is good thiil we have Thee to whom \ve can t nine in prayer and humble Mippliialion toi' those whom we love. ,\in,ut u.s a re. the varied concerns of daily life and in each and all of them \ve need Thy nuidanc-e and bleHHing. We biing to Thee now tho nc-eds of Thy children everywhere serving in their country's cauHC. Jlles.s those -whose duties lie on land or seas and beneath the surface of. the waters. Remember those who serve in the air as well as .ill those who give themselves In all the many and varied forma of srrvicu at home and abroad. Protect them wilh Thy hand and grant. O Lord, the day of peace to come finding them sound in mind and body and noblu in upint. Brim; them home again in Thy uood pleasure.. And in Thy Jlercy, O Lord, do Thou comfort all parents and families as daily their prioers BO JP to Thee for those whom they love. And grant. O Father, that with the end of this war men may learn to live as children of God and not as the beasts of the jungle. All this we ask In Thy Holy Name. Amen. Prepared by DR. THOMAS FEN WICK LUND, Minister, First Congregational Church, Bakcrsfield. O. ANTHONY F. BARULICH TOWEIl BEAUTY SALON HOTEL PADRE HOTEL EL TEJON J. C. PENNEY & CO. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ACME FINANCE COMPANY SANITEX CLEANERS LAWSON'S JEWELERS MR. AND MRS. THE BOOK SHOP XATHAN STRAUSS & SON THE LITTLE FOLKS SHOP HARRISON'S, MEN'S WEAR THE HUNT FURNITURE CO. JACK'S SHOE STORE EASTERN DRUG COMPANY OF RADIO FAME BEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY BROCK'S VALLEY'S FINER FOODS ROSS HARDWARE AND RESTAURANT SUPPLY NATIONAL DOLLAR STORE RUBIN BROTHERS GINGRAS & NEELY, FURNITURE SEILERS, THE MAN'S SHOP LEO'S FUR SHOP EASTON'S BASKET DRUG STORE . FRANK MEAT COMPANY STYLE SHOPPE EL ADOBE MOTEL WICKERSHAM'S JEWELERS BETTIK I* CRANDALL, SPAR The Above Merchants Graciously Contribute This Weekly Space, and Ask That You Attend the Church of Your Faith Tomorrow

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