Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 27, 1953 · 31
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Gov.. Langlie Will Address. Berkeley Church Gathering The Hon. Arthur B. Langlie, Governor of Washington, will address a community gather ing in First Presbyterian Churchy Dana at Channing Way, Berkeley, on Wednesday evening, September 30, at 7:45 p.m. The speaker will be intro Church School Sessions to Open Sept. 30 The second annual Christian Training School of First Presby terian Church, Dana and Channing Way, Berkeley, will begin Wednesday, Sept 30 at 7 p.m, according to Dr. Boyd Munger, pastor. The sessions will be held each Wednesday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. until November 18, and each Sunday evening from 5:30 to " p.m. until November 22. Donald R. Roberts will be dean of the school, Nela Campbell will be registrar. ... The program which has been developed under the guidance of Ruth A. Schnicke, director of Christian education for the church will include a wide variety of subjects. The Wednesday sessions will provide classes led by the following discussion leaders: "Methods of Bible Study," by Mrs. W. Carl Thomas; "Personal Evangelism," by Dr. Ralph L. Byron Jr.; "Romans," by Robert E, Hink; "Song Leading and Hymn-ology," by William M. Phillips; "The History of Missions," by Mrs. Richard H. Baird; "The Dynamics of Personal Maturity," by Dr. Edward V. Stein, and "Major Bible Themes," by the Rev. W. Carl Thomas. Sunday courses will include, Know Your Church,"" taught by Karl Rupp, and Contemporary Mission Problems," led by Nancy Ross. A nursery will be operated during both sessions and refreshments will be available on Sunday evenings during the fellowship period prior to the evening service of worship. Baptist Church Auxiliary to Meet A meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church will be held next Thursday, according to Mrs. Ivan Rummel, auxiliary president Brides of the past year will be honored at a luncheon. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Parker of Vallejo, president of the Northern California Baptist Women's Association. Mrs. H. N. Geistweit will be committee program chairman. Rev. Robert Stanford Farewell Address at Grace Methodist The Rev. Robert Stanford, who, community affairs, having served has served as minister of Grace Community Methodist Church, 103rd and Vine Streets for the past four and one-half years, will preach his farewell sermons at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services this morning. His subject will be "As the Twig Is Bent" The minister has been appointed to the Methodist Church at Willows, California. He has been very active in Novena of Special Devotions Slated ' BERKELEY, Sept 28. A no-vena of special devotions will be held at St Mary Magdalen Church, Berryman and Milvia Streets, beginning tonight at 7:45 pjn. and ending on Rosary Sunday, October 4. The Rev. Joseph Sanguinetti, well known Dominican missionary, will conduct' the services which will consist of the recital of the rosary, the litany, a sermon and the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Confessions will be heard each morning for the 6:30, 8:15 and ajn. masses, and in the eve aing ; after devotions. The Rev. W. A. Norton is pastor of the church. . Moser .to Direct Youth Activities Newly 'appointed director of youth activities -'for Fruitvale Congregational Church, 1601 Fruitvale Avenue, Js Alson Mo-er, ministerial, student at the "Pacific School cf Religion . in Berkeley. - 5 . ill .serve as counselor to the Pilgrim Youth Fellowshipvon Sunday evenings, and teach the high echool class on Sunday morning. v. - He has served with the Youth for Christ movement . in '.. San Francisco and ha been a teacher at . the Montezuma School for ; Boys, duced by Dr. Robert Boyd Hunger, pastor of the church, and will speak on "Christianity at Work on Campus, in Business and Public Life." The Governor is an active Elder of University Presbyterian Church in Seattle. Robert E. Fitch, speaker at v Piedmont Community Church. Dr. RJE. Fitch To Lead Fall " Seminar Talks The annual fall seminar, spon sored by Piedmont Community Church, Highland and Mountain Avenue, will begin on Wednesday October 7 and continue on the three following Wednesdays.! Leading the seminar will be Dr. Robert E. Fitch, dean of the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley; Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Rathbun, professor of law and business administration in the graduate school of Stanford Uni versity, and Dr. Harold Eymann and Dr. Holland F. Burr from Piedmont Community Church. Dr. Fitch, who is author of a number of books, will speak on "Christianity and Democracy. Dr. and Mrs. Rathbun will de vote their lecture to '"The Teachings of Jesus," and Dr. Burr and Dr. Eymann will lead the discussion on "Towards a Christian Philosophy of Life." Each session will begin with a Dotluck suDter at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by the discussion Dr. H. V. White Will Teach on Faith Dr. Hugh Vernon White, pro fessor of Theology in the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, will begin a series of classes in October in the First Methodist Church, 2352 Broadway, on the theme "Christian Faith for the Layman Today." The classes will be held each Sunday from 4 to 6 p.nu during the past year as president of the Arroyo Viejo Community organization and on the board of directors of the Welfare Council of Oakland. He was active in the Oakland Council of Churches and in the local ministerial associations. He will be succeeded by the Rev. Herbert R. Graves, who is minister of the Methodist Church at Mariposa and Cathay. The new minister will assume his duties next Sunday. AE1E : YfflttJ nil? Nervous Run Down? fkB.8.pvyM . Read what two Oakland women say: v . . Wk I U Br. Gryaa I ltt toy. Un4. - ari. . fctfccr4. felMt. I ImI wU AMtUu Ortis. I Mia to 'or. Cryu Staff Tippim witk arthritis f fc .-Dr. Crrsa'a i nwi r lNi fr y mm w fci TWrfMr. a. SC. y . y . , ,;, OCa It rias X-Bay ul toMvtote mmw ai4t raUskka to T fa Ua M tkmm Mly. Way rI xaaUaatiM? (aehi alta k(ta to to X-By xa. a jf m A Um WIT W la 11 I 1 1 1 toata. Tkia : tvv I t a .- a - aaaaaUt a- 11 , - aaaakaa a My ar aJI arta f yaar ay Cmi AM av ala fBaraark aa4 aarafal aio aatiaatiaa. Wtta to watiaaiiaai mm k iaa14 a zira aasU a ! aa4 aefteiaaay- tart ralatiTa to aict. CaO HI vat 4-44 IS toaay far yaar aaaatntaroat. If w aa hala vaa. w witt toU yaa a kaaUr . ri e. s. Caiiin, d.c. Cr STAFF . ; 1U0 traaavay . Oakland : HI 4-6473 Let Us Locate tho V f . . N, jCh Causo, " yX for You! ' V- $ 7 : ? F AI7H Contiaaed from Page SI who will address congregations in the Oakland area today are the following: Dr. Edward V. Stein, Univer sity pastor to Presbyterian students at the University of Cali fornia, Berkeley! will address the congregation of Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church, 4101 Park Boulevard, at 11 a.m. service this morning on the subject "Mission to the Mind." Prior to his present appoint ment, the minister was pastor of the College Park Presbyterian Church in San Diego, and chaplain to students at San Diego State College. The Grand Lake Lutheran Church will observe its Annual Mission Rally at the 11 a.m. service when the Rev. Theodore G. Gohle will be the special speaker. His subject will be "The Story of Our Brazilian Mis sion. The speaker was a mis sionary in Brazil lor many years. Speaking at the 7 p.m. service in the Evangelical Free Church, 2101 47th Avenue, will be the Rev. Leon Meeks of the Christian Home League. "A Gravlous Invitation" will be the subject of the sermon by the Rev. George H. Kohls, in terim pastor at St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, 58th Street and Telegraph Avenue, this morning at 11 a.m. Concluding the series of sermons on "Psychology and Religion," Dr. Stuart LeRoy Anderson, president of the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, will address the congregation of First Congregational Church, Harrison Boulevard at 26th Street, on "Fear and Faith," at 9:45 and 11 a.m. Dr. Anderson has been guest preacher during the absence of the minister, Dr. Clarence Rei-denbach, who will return to the pulpit next Sunday, October 4. SERMON TOPICS St Paul's Episcopal, Montecito Avenue at Bay Place Rev. James Cope Crosson, "What's the Big Idea?- 11 a.m. St Peter's Episcopal, Broad way at Lawton Avenue Rev. L. D. GottschalL "Help on Life's Path," 11a.m. Trinity Episcopal, 29th and Telegraph Rev. Frederick A. Schilling, "The Poor in Spirit Theirs Is 4 the, Kingdom of Heaven," 11 a.m., first in a ser mon series on the Beatitudes. Evangelical Free Church, 2101 47th Avenue Rev. Donald E. Stover, "The Prayer to God," 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., the Rev. Leon Meeks. First Lutheran worshipping in the Grand Avenue Seventh Day Adventist Church, 278 Grand Avenue Rev. Donald E. Wagner, "Our High Calling," 11 a.m. St Paul's Lutheran, 1658 Excelsior Avenue Rev. Lloyd L. Burke, "Children Have Souls, Too," 8:30, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Redeemer Lutheran, 61st Avenue at Brann -Rev. F. A. Hae-decke, "The Debt Removed," 8:30 and 11 a.m. First Free Methodist, 61st Street, one block off Telegraph Rev. Da vid A. Cohagen, "Guidance by the Holy Spirit," 11 a.m.; 7:30 pjn., "The Judgment by Jesus Christ" Eighth Avenue Methodist, 8th Avenue at East 17th Street-Rev. Delmere C. Stubbs, "Let's Go Fishing," 11 a.nx; 7:30 p.m., VThe Warming Heart" Lake Park Methodist 281 LATEmEPalinS - pnor:PT service : I i 1 1 " Or. Obeo ' iilats encrrss ebissewcrk extracticij . yfm Validate Dnratewa Merchant -7J 34E3 FESJITVilL!: tir. urtiir EE3-O0BC 4G3 Tuarrn cr .tssrs.' ci l-otco OF CHILDREN IS Santa Clara Avenue Rev. Da vid a HasseL "Christian CiU zenship." 11 ajn. Boy Scouts will attend. Laurel Methodist, Kansas and Magee Streets-s-Rev. Donald G. Smiley. "The Bent Twig." 11 ajn. . j First Methodist 2352 Broad- wayi Dr. George E. Warmer Jr, "Trustees of Our Posterity 11 a.m. Grace Commnnity ; Methodist 2385 103rd Avenue Rev. Robert B. Sanford, "As the Twig Is Bent," 11 a.m. Melrose Methodist 5251 Went- worth Avenue Rev. Edwin R. Freeman. Christian Education Day service, 11 a.m. ; Shattnck Avenue Methodist, Shattuck Avenue at 63rd Street Rev. James Alvah Andrews, "A Church Which Appeals to Youth," 11 a.m.; 7:30 pjn., choir concert West Tenth Methodist 767-797 Tenth Street Rev. Y. C Horikoshi, joint Issei, Nisei service for Rally Day, 11 a.m. Parks Avenue African Meth odist Episcopal, 835 Chester Rev. L. H. Owens, presiding elder of Oakland-Sacramento district at 10:45 a.m. Mills College Chapel, Mills College Dr. George Hedley, "Religion and Scholarship," 11 a.m. First of a series of six sermons dealing with "Religion on the Campus. Brooklyn Presbyterian. 1433 12th Avenue Rev. Ralph E. VandersaLL services at 11 a.m. Special rally day services in the Sunday School. Elmhurst Presbyterian, . 1332 98th Avenue Rev. Thomas W. Heald, "Builders With God," 11 a.m. First Presbyterian, Broadway at 26tli Dr. Thomas Franklyn Hudson, "The Problem of Com munication," 11 a.m. Fruitvale Presbyterian, Mae- Arthur Boulevard at Coolidge Avenue Dr. Gerrit Verkuyl, "The Prayer He Taught Us," 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., "Christian Bap tism." Divine Science, meeting in the Y.W.C.A. Rev. Marian Levering, "Mastership,' 11 ajn.; 7:30 p.m., "The Beauty of Holiness." First Church of Religious Science, 124 Montecito Avenue Dr. Lillian Hopper, "The Secret of Success," 11 a.m. First Unitarian Church,' 685 14th Street Rev. Arnold Crompton, "Are Religious People Too Religious?" 10:45 a.m. Lakeside Unity, 144 Athol Avenue Ray W. J. Cameron, "Who Made Me Judge?" 11 ajn. First Baptist, Telegraph at 22nd Street Rev. Lester Pugh, "Shall We Worship or Follow Him?" 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., "You ARE Witnessing!" Lakeshore Avenue Baptist, 609 Santa Ray Avenue Dr. Harold Nash Geistweit, 'The World's Heart" 11 a.m.; 8:05 p.m., "Two Tent Makers." , University Baptist 332 Alca-traz Avenue Rev. Henry Johnson, "As My Father Hath Sent Me, Even so Send I You," 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., "The Meaning of Church Membership." , Church of the Brethren, 40th Avenue and San Juan Street Rev. Grant T. McGuire, "The Stewardship of Hearing," 11 a.m. First Christian, 111 Falrmount Avenue Rev. Dallas L. Gladson, "The Education of a Christian," 11 ajn. ' Fruitvale Christian, 1706 Fruitvale Avenue Rev. Hugh N. McCallum, Promotion Day and Consecration of Teachers, no r.iOrjEY conn 4 en Approval of Your Credit may have vow Dental ftatcs RIGHT NOW ea Uberal Credit TrMS rithf mm penny el inrr eat or extra chart. a y m. WEEKLY ar MONTHLY faTManla t tJ?t VOOT badsat. NO EXTRA COST far credit. ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY EXACT LOU PHIGES (Qaatad la Armm) We' ndtavor to ofve you'a esmplete Oental r Service that conforms to the required stand , ards of th profession at LOW 7i PRICES within the meant or CREDIT TERMS.! ; riLXIKCJ Aaaociation PtrUaf L4 Tkktta j i mm . - mm. ma . . -a . i Clara Avenue at Stanton Rev. H. Allison . McHenry, "All Times," 11 ajn.; 8 xpjn., "Color film, "On Mission Frontiers. First Congregational, Chest nut Street at Central Avenues-Rev. Frank P. Randall, "Where Is God's Kingdom?" 11 a.m. A social hour will follow the worship service. Christ Episcopal, Grand and Santa Clara Avenues Services at 8 and 11 a.m. Court Street Methodist Rev. Will P. Ralph, guest speaker, 'Interruptions," 11 a.m. First Presbyterian, Santa Clara Avenue at Chestnut Street Dr. David Esler, guest minister, at 9:30 and 11 a.m. services. First Christian, 2441 San Jose Avenue Rev. Howard E. Kel ley, "The Church Must Teach or Die!" 10:50 a.m. BERKELEY TOPICS First Baptist, Haste and Dana Streets Rev. St. Elmo Nauraan, "Rolling With the Punch," 11 a.m.; 7:30 p.m., "tor Every Child." Bethany Lutheran, 1744 . Uni versity Avenue Rev. Philip Ellman, service of confirmation. 11 a.m.; 9:30 a.m.. church school service with Jack Larson, cur ate, preaching: Holy Trinity Lutheran, 2139 Byron Street Rev. Donald R. Lehti, English service at 11 a.m. No Finnish service and no eve ning service. University Lutheran, 2740 Col lege Avenue Rev. Donald Deff ner, "The Devil's DoubleTalk," 8:30 and 11 a.m. Calvary Presbyterian, 1940 Virginia Street Rev. Herman Frank Allen, "What Are Divine Services?" 11 a.m.; 9:45 a.m Rally day services. First Presbyterian, Dana and Channing Way Dr. Robert Boyd Munger, ""What Is the Christian Gospel?" 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 7:30 pjn., Rev. W. Carl Thomas, "When Jesus Christ Stands on the Shore." Knox Presbyterian, Russell and Lorina Streets Dr. Sherwood E. Wirt, "How God Calls Men," 11 a.m. St John's Presbyterian, 2640 College Avenue Dr. Stanley A. Use of Herbs Saved His Life Early in 1953, Fan Wan, nationally known herbalist, d-voloped a atriously infacttd foot. Thinkinf tk condition not -riout, ho adtniniitorod to it only lightly. For two wacka, tho condition erosrassod to a rtajo of -almost FONG WAN vnkearablo pain'. Acuta stomach pains ensued, and, on several occasions, ho lapsed into unconsciousness. Fonf Wan' family fathered at his bedside quickly, tear in, death imminent. A- doctor was called. At Fong Wan's insistence, his f i Hy prepared some of his herb tea, and shortly after taking if, h felt rcaMy improved, y tho timn a doctor arrived to supervise, removing him to a baspitai, Fonfl Wan had re-.feahiod much of his strength. At the hospital, the use of herb tea was discontinued while the doctor sought to find the cause of the disorder. Immediately, Fonf Wan relapsed into his earlier aggra-vated condition, this time with considerable vomiting of blood. Again, at his reeuest, his wife brought him special herb tea and, again, the lluess left bins. With continued use, ha was able to leave the hospital. Even hospital attendants marveled at his recuperative power. , Fang Wan has Ung held high .faith in hbr special herb treat-.seomVbaT ...never be fore, . frons such perssnal experience, . has h proved to himself the amas-mg benefits dirfvod from their ea. ' " ? . . . t fo::3 I'M! Wcrltfs Greatest i. . Herbalist i i Stseattil ni i:ta Sf. 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