Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on April 10, 1932 · Page 6
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i ? PAGE SIX SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL Sunday, A mil III, l!K!2 RECORD CROWD IT DAVENPORT 4-1 MEETING n Wkts Doing Chttfches Today At New Santa Cruz Theatre i ! ; One hundred and seventy-five persons attended the Davenport 4-11 club and Coast Road Home department meeting, held Friday night at Pacific auditorium, Davenport. A good growth and development , P0,1"1" a.nd c'asses for. " 'es- demonstration was given by mem bers of the Davenport 4-H club, William Caiocca, president of the Davenport club was spokesman for the team and other members taking part J FIRST ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Gerald F. Richardson, minister. 9:45 a. m., church school, Miss May Biggard, superintendent. 11 a. m., the worship service. Opening of the 20th anniversary re-dedication ser- 11 The church at worship. Theme, I vices. Choir anthem: "Like As a FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Joseph C. Richardson, minister. Morning services: 9:30 The church at prayer. 9:45 The church at studv. "A Business Man's Loss." Anthem, 'Send Out Thy Light" (Gounod). Evening services: 6:30 Epworth League devotional were Howard Wilson, Hclene West meeting. Fellowship hour at close and Alvin Gregory. Helen Edwards, county home demonstration agent and representative of the College of Agriculture, University of California, spoke on the subject of "Balanced Meals," and illustrated her talk with charts. "Every child needs one quart of milk, two servings of vegetables besides potatoes, and two servings of fruit as well as one egg and some whole grain cereal every day," said Miss Edwards. The harmonica band played "Nco. politan Nights," "Darling Nellie Gray," and "Maryland, My Maryland." Those taking part were Josephine Bravia, Dolores DcLuca, Marguerita Aluffi, Louis Cecchin, Raymond Silva and Louis Aluffi. Miss Dorothy Roddick played a piano solo. ;.An eductational film "Over the Tioga from Yoscmite to Tahoc," was shown. Dancing and refreshments followed the program. JRcad Hie Sentinel Classified Ads Springtime Is Here and We Have Many Bargains t In Stock f Children's Anklets Full Fashioned j 29c Children's Anklets 25c DRESSES Ladies New Dark and White Voile Dresses, Elbow and Long Sleeves. Sizes 38 to 52 $2.95 Japanese Lunch Clothes 58x70 With Napkins 95c TROLAN'S Soquel Ave. at Branciforie of evening service, 7:30 Evening sermon. Theme, "The Supreme Question." Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week devotional meeting. Thursday, 2:30 and 7:30 p. m Miss Katharine Maurer, the "Angel of Angel Island," will speak. ALL SOUL'S UNITARIAN CHURCH Morning service in Hackley hall at 11 o'clock. Miss Mabel E. Sharp will read, assisted by Miss Ruth Palmer at the piano. GARFIELD PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH D. L. Hughes, minister. Bible school, 9:45. Worship and Lords supper at 11. Sermon sub ject, "The Works of Day." Christian Endeavor at 6:45. Theme "How Shall I Use Sunday?" Evening evangelistic service at 7:45. "Bridging a Great River." Bap tismal service following evening ser vice. Woman's Missionary society meets at the church Thursday afternoon at 2:30 for their regular program. UNIVERSAL TRUTH CENTER Sunday service, 11 a. m. Healing . meetings Tuesday, 2:30 and Thursday, 7:30. Basic principles, Tuesday, 7:30. Bible class, Thursday, 2:30. Happy Hour classes, Monday, Thursday, Friday, 3:30. Affiliated "Unity" Center. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Warren More, pastor emeritus, will occupy the pulpit for the ' pastor, the Rev. C. Warren Van Camp. Morning subject, "The Time Is Out of Joint," and evening subject, "Blood Counts." First Advent Christian Church Cordially invites all its friends to join in the Re-dedication Service Today 2:30 p. m, Father" (Adams). Sermon by Rev William E Snider of San Francisco, president of the Pacific Grove Advent Christian Pupblication and Mission society. 2:30 p. m. Re-dedication services. The full program is announced elsewhere in this paper. Sermon by Rev. George E. Coopridcr, Bellingham, Wash. 6:45 p. m. Young People's society of Loyal Workers, in charge of group No. 2, Mrs. P. P. Wettstein, captain. 7:45 p. m. The evening service. Sond and praise service. Anthem, "Praise Ye the Father" (Gounod). Sermon by J. J. Schaumburg, Oakland, editor Messiah's Advocate. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Church school under the leader ship of George Shaw will assume large proportions Sunday morning when they battle the school of the Christian church in Lindsay, California, for attendance honors. At the morning worship hour special music will be rendered by the choir under direction of Professor Andrews. Evangelist Roy Shaw will use as his morning theme, "A Stirring Appeal." Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. The young people's group is growing by leaps and bounds. Sunday night, closing service of a very successful evangelistic meeting. Mr. Shaw will preach on the subject, "Heaven." The choir will sing "City of Dreams" and Mr. Lofbcrg will sing a solo. The Smiiiyside Bookshop A Friendly Place New Books Gift Novelties Circulating Library Telephone 1144 53 Pacific Avenue Opens tomorrow, April 4th, at 53 Pacific Avenue, near the Mission Inn. The latest books in our Circulating Library. Important new books and standard literature in our Book Department. Prompt and efficient attention given to special orders. THE We extend you a welcome SUNNYSIDE BOOKSHOP 53 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz EAST SIDE METHODIST CHURCH Charles E. Winning, minister. Divine services with sermon by minister at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, "The Joy of Salvation." Anthem, "Trust Ye In the Mighty God," by McPhail. Evening theme, "Life's Greatest Thrill." Anthem, "Lift Up Your Hearts" (Gabriel). Bible school, 9:45, Carl Hess, superintendent Senior Epworth League, 6:30, led by Miss Margaret Gillup; intermedi ate league, led by Mrs. Carl Lucking. Class meeting, 6:30, led by Enoch Van Horn. Mid-week prayer service at 7:30 Wednesday, led by the minister. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE A. C. Augsbury, pastor. E. L. Armstrong, Sunday school superintendent. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Subject "Possibilities In Grace." Annual church meeting at 2 p. m. N.Y.P.S. service at 6:30. Preaching again at 7:30 p. m. fcvening service will be evangelistic. GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE Ben F. Smith, pastor. Church school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "What Is Wrong With the Church?" Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Sermon theme, "My Last Race In Reno." Mid-week services 7:30 p. m., Tuesday and Friday. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Hober St. Clair Mahood, minister. "Do You Believe In Angels?" will be the subject at morning service. Sermon prepared and preached by request. Anthem, "Jubilate," by Buck. Solo, "By Still Waters," Helen Miller. Motion picture service featuring the great picture "We Americans, with the stars Vera Gordon and George Sidney. A fine musical pro gram readings, address, etc., be tween reek. Sunday school, 9:45; classes for all ages, including men's and women's adult classes. Young people's at 6:30. Mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:30. Discussion on "Player." ALLIANCE TABERNACLE P. A. Collard, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Bible school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Rev. William H. Mumper, evangelist, will speak on "The Three Fold Work of the Holy Spirit." 7:30 p. m. Evangelist Mumpher continues his prophetic messages with the subject "Why I Believe the Second Coming of Christ Is Near." Mr. Mumpher will speak every night at 7:30 on some phase of the second coming of Christ. CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST Capitola Second Sunday after Easter. Holy communion and church school, 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon by the vicar, 11 o'clock. Rev. James Land Ellis, vicar. FULL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY Howe's hall, 10 Locust street. Church school, 1:45 p. m. Afternoon worship, 3 o'clock. Speaker, R. O. Price, Monte Vista Christian School, Watsonville. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. Midweek meetings, 7:30 p. in., Tuesday and Thursday. I CALVARY I CHURCH Second Sunday after Easter. 1 Celebration of the holy commun- ion, 8 a. m. Church school, 9:45 a. m. I Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Doubt Destroyed. Evening prayer and sermon 7 p. m., "The Unity of the Flock." The music in the morning will include "Jubilate in E Flat," Schnec- j ker; offertory, "Through Your Sins," (Briand), solo by E. W. Wells. The boy choir will sing in the evening. The offertory will be a solo, j "Sonsolation," sung by Francis Soria. METAPHYSICAL LIBRARY, 35 Walnut avenue. Monday, April 11, at 7:45 p. m., the United Society o fTruth Students will meet for study. Affiliated floss es welcome. Margaret ttrcnholl, teacher. Wednesday, at 2:30 p. m., study class. Text book, "The Impersonal Life." Noon solence for world blessing and adjustment every day except Sunday. Healing thought for all. All welcome. FREE METHODIST CHURCH 9:45 Sabath school. 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. 12 m. Class meeting. 7 p. m. Young People's meeting. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. C. L. Manning pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST The Church of Christ assembles for Bible study and worship at 52 Center street, Sunday at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. " ' FELL FROM BUS Pete Musitelli, 53, of the Mountain View ranch, didn't wait for a bus to stop on Younglove avenue yesterday and tried to get off while the vehicle was moving. He fell and struck bis head on a rock, cutting his face and head severely. He was taken to the Hanly hospital for treatment. Read The Sentinel Classified Ads For Results. Joel MrCrca, Dorothy Jordan and Richard Dix in "The Lost Squadron" SPORTS Ont-Af-tha-ardlaary. Dally ehangt of menu. Tha Itoat i,nacb li taa City SO. Mother Goose Tea House n Walnut Ava. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday school convenes at 9:30. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The subject for today is "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Golden text, "Psalms 68:20: He that is our God, is the God of salvation; and unto God, the Lord, belong the issues from death. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Soquel J. C. Bolster, minister. Sunday school, 10 a. m., Norman Young, superintendent. Preaching at 11 o'clock by the pastor, topic, "The Fuicst Christian Ever Known." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH At the morning service at 11 o'clock at the First Baptist church I Rev. W. B. Pearson will take as his sermon based on God's word, "Planted." Special music from the choir. George F. Wright, organist. The evening service at 7:30 is opened by a song service. The aud- i lence enjoye cnoosing lavorue hymns. Rev. Pearson's sermon topic will be "Turned Aside To See What?" Bible school at 9:45 a. m. B.Y.P.U. at 6:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, Soquel Church school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Arc Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Mid-week testimony meeting the first Wednesday at 8 o'clock. SEABRIGIIT CHURCH; UNDENOMINATIONAL Brook and Forbes streets, Sea-bright. James H. McCray, pastor. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Eve-1 r.ing services, 7:30. Tuesday ove-i ning, Bible study and prayer, 7:30. Thursday evening, young people's j meeting, 7:30. City League To Fete Cage Stars At Big Banquet Monday night in the Santa Cruz hotel, a young army of hungry athletes will sit down to a big banquet to celebrate the close of the successful city league basketball season. The dinner is being given by the league board of managers, from league funds and all the players who took part in the season are invited to be present. I.. A. SWIMMERS WIN CHICAGO, April 9 (UP) The Los Angeles Athletic club swimming team, winner of the national indoor title last week, last night defeated a picked Chicago team, 33 to 31 at the Lake Shore Athletic club pool. ANSWER FILED j Answer of defendant was filed I yesterday in superior court in the ' 1 case of William Caselengo by George j i Caselengo, as guardian, against the Granite Construction company. De-I fendant alleges contributory negli-: gence on part of plaintiff and that i the automobile was negligently and carelessly driven into automobile of ! defendant. Bears To Tackle Swiss Dairy Nine The Bears athletic club and Swiss Dairy baseball teams will meet in a ' practice game this morning on the ! Cement company diamond. Lineups: Bears Lawler 3b, Rusciolclli lb, Patterson ci, Paynter c, Heitfeld If, Carpenter ss, Way 2b, Runge if, Maranta p, Mendonsa c, Adams If. Dairy L. Haber c, M. Haber p, Lester if, Sousa lb, Trembath 2b, Canrpa ss, Tumagni 3b, Kristinich . If, Silva cf. Lea Hing, a Chinese girl is working to obtain a pilot's license at the airport in Portland, Ore., so as to return to the Orient and become an aviation instructor for women. WE DECLARE War on Depression You can now get a SUIT or Topcoat All wool and tailored to measure, for only in J mid up IK Colliding 83 Garfield St. Phone 933J HOLY CROSS CHURCH Pastor, Rev. Father P. J. MeGrath; assistant pastor, Rev. Father C. Ca- Rf-H... TT..ff . ..U..:- ' sey; orgafiisi, mriua ruuunaii, cuuii director, Joseph D. Enright. I Masses, 7 a. m., 8:30 a. m., 10.30 a. M,' Devotions, 7:30 p. m. i ST. MICHAEL'S j CHURCH, BOULDER CREEK ! Pastor, Rev. Father A. R. Munro; j i musician, Mrs. Emma Schroeder. Mass, 10 a. m., followed by bene diction of blessed sacrament. Week day mass, 8 a. m. California Crew Defeats Huskies I By Ten Lengths SEATTLE, April 9 (). Califor- , nia won two of the three races in j the 29th annual regatta with the ! University of Washington here to- j day. The California varsity led the ' Washington shell by ten lengths at ; the finish. j California's official time was 16:49. SEE THE GREAT AMERICAN PICTURE "We Americans" Featuring Vera Gordon and George Sidney First Congregational . Church Corner Lincoln and Center Sis. Sunday Evening at 7:30 Doors Open at 5:30 Conic Early Fine progiain between reels Everyone made welcome Use The Sentinel Classified Ads ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, CAPITOLA Pastor, Rev. Father J. M. Phclan; organist, Mrs. Frank Hurley. Mass, 8 a. m.; Christian doctrine, 9 a. m.; second mass, 10:30 a. m.; Christian doctrine, 11 o'clock. Holy hour, 7:30 p. m., benediction of blessed sacrament. CHURCH OF CHRIST Meets at the corner of Grant and Harrison avenues. Bible study at 10 a. m. Worship and communion at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 7 p. m. PLANNED OWN FUNERAL BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. (U.R) Five days before his death, J. R. Lemp, head of the local Volunteers of America, called upon L. G. Moss, an undertaker, here, and made plans for his funeral. Lemp told the undertaker he expected he would die within a few days. 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