Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 15, 1939 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 15, 1939

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Ukiah, California
Issue Date:
Friday, December 15, 1939
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

PACE FOUR DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CAUFQRNIA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1939 WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB NEWS JEAN MARIE KINSLER • SOCIETY EDITOR Rebekahs Elect Officers at Xmas Party Mrs. Ada Romer was elected no- bla grand ol Cornelia Rebekah Lodge No. 309, Monday evening, December 11, at the annual election o{ of- ticen and Ohrtstmas party ot the lodge. The staff elected to serve with Mrs. Romer during 1940 is as follows: Vice Grand, Marguerite Met- rier; recording secretary, Prudence Thompson; financial secretary, Edith McCain; treasurer. Hazel Oowan; trustee. May Beckley. District Deputy President Hazel Bendore of Willits, assisted by the officers of the Willits Rebokah lodge, will enstall the newly-elected staff In January. A potluck dinner precede)] the election and Christmas program. Mrs. May BecUey, assisted by Mrs. Belle Wilson and Mrs. Hazel Oowan, handled the dinner arrangements. Quests were seated at one long table, gaily decorated with sprays of red berries, greenery and i-ed candles. The program was presented under l^e direction of Noble Grand Orace Williams as fojlows: Piano solo, Vondalee Cyphers; vocal solo, Mrs. Beatrice Sweet; Christmas reading, tlrs. May B^kley; Christmas reading, Mrs. Mary Orr; vocal solo, Billy Williams; vocal solu, Mrs. Oraoe Williams; piano selection, Mrs. Ada Romer. Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority Honors Phyllis Jordan Miss Phyllis Jordan, formerly of Redwood Valley, has been honored by election to the secretaryship of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority of Santa Ana junior college. She will receive the formal charge of office in the near future, when her sorority holds a joint meeting with the LOOK Beach chapter ot Alpha Sigma Tau. Miss Jordan makos her home with relatives in Santa Ana while attending school. —IB 81- BECONn SON -ffl , A second son was born to Mr. and Mivs. J. R Manning at Ukiah General Hospital .Sunday afteinoon. Michael Frascr Manninp weighed seven pounds nine and one-half ounces when he arrived. He is a grandson nf Mr. and Mrs J. T. Manninft of Lakcpoit imd Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moulton of Largo. His cidni- biother, John Forris Manning, is a guest of his grandparents in Lakeport and will be entertained over the Christmas holidays by his • maternal grandparents. Dr. J. J. ' Kirwin is in attendance on mother and babe and both are doing nicely. B DOUBLE CELEBRATION | ffl- I H IS; Mrs. Ted Mines and Mrs. James Davis celebrated their birthdays together Monday evening at an Informal gathering in the Hinds home at 420 South Barnes street. Mrs. DavU' birthday was December 10, and Mrs. Hinds' on December 16. Two candle-lighted birthday cakes . were served to the guests. Tho.se present were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hinds, Bert, LouLsa and Carline Hinds, the Misses Marhea, Alta and May Dahlberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Davis. I ATTEND INSTAl,I>AT10N | SB— L#'; Mrs. Myrtle Rawles, newly- installed Worthy Matron of Kingsley Chapter No, 58. O. E. S., and Mrs. Katherino Martin, her prcdecea.sor in that office, were guests at the installation ceremonies ot Point Arena Chapter No, 291. O. E. S., Saturday evening. The two women motored to the coast city Saturday and returned to Ukiah on Sunday. 03 [*I I J. R. THOMAS HONORED | m m Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas weie guests at a dinner party Riven by Mrs, William Hacker and Mrs, Fol- ictt Morris of Santa Rosa, daughters ot Mr. Thomas, in honor ot their father's birthday Monday evening. Following the dinner Mr. Thomas attended a law lecture given by the State Bar Association, ly] ^ I HOUSE PARTY | e s Mr. and Mrs. Boy Jones, proprietors ot the Cecille Hotel, wore hosts to eight guests from the bay region and the peninsula at a pre- holiday house party the past week end. m ffl I DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS I m E The birthdays ot Dr. Richard A. Van der I>as, Mrs. J. H. Soawell, Mrs. Ida Hairia Brown. Mrs. Edgar Dutton and Mrs. Jack Cowen were remembered at the December meeting of the Presbyterian ladies. ORKXION GUEST ffl- I » (1(1 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown are entertaining George Denham ot Oregon, former well known resident of TJkinh. Denhnni is n brother of Mia. Brown. Eastern Stdr Plans Christmas Party For Children Children of members of Klngsley Chapter No. 58, O. E, 8., will be special guests at (he annual Christmas party of the chapter Monday evening, December 18, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock, in the Masonic Temple. A program of mLsoellaneous entertainment will be given by the childrcnn. The program committee for the occasion is composed of Mrs. Hilma Hansen, chairman Mrs. Carolyn Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Dyke, Robert Harmon, Ben Scott. Mrs. Myrtle Rawles will preside at the lodge meeting, during which time two candidates will be initiated. Dinner-Bridge Club Entertained in J. P. Weber Home The Christmas season was the dominant feature in dinner table appointments In the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Weber Thursday evening, when they were hosts to the Community Dinner-Bridge group of which they are members. In the bridge games that followed dinner scoring awards were won by Mrs. Hale McCowen and A. F. Moulton. Those present for the occasion were Messrs. and Mesdames Hale MoCowen, E. L. Albertson, Louis Hildreth, A. F. Moulton, Ernest Ruddick, and the Webers. Mr. and Mrs. Webt.- were hosts the previous Sunday to ine dinner club composed of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fulkerson, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Myszka, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hildreth. Birthday Dinner Honors Mrs. Robert Sharp Mrs. Robert Sharp was complimented at a birthday dinner Saturday evening, arranged as a no- host affair in the home of Mr. and Mrs, William J. Mellis. The dinner table was decorated In a color scheme, of red and white. Floral decorations were red chrysanthemums arranged as a center- piecp by the hostess. The guests presented Mrs. Sharp with a gift in memory of tho occasion. Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames F. R. Leonard, Hale Prathcr, Lwart Mitchell, Robert Sharp, William J. Mellis; Mrs. Ina Eversole, Mrs. Katherine Harvey, Miss Grace Toles. Rev. and Mrs. Mark Pike, members ot the social group, were unable to attend because of Illness. Chinese checkers wore played after tho dinner hour. Betty Garter Betrothed to Harold Dunn Mrs. Etta Carter, mother of Miss Betty Carter, Is announcing the betrothal of her daughter to Harold Dunn of Ukiah. Miss Carter la wearing a beautiful diamond engagement ring. The attractive bride-elect, who will graduate from Ukiah Union high school with the claaa of 1940, was born and reared In Ukiah. She has four brothers, Lawrence, Arthur, Robert and Victor C^ter, and a sister, Josephine Carter. Dunn Is the son of Bert Dunn of Ukiah and Mrs. Erma Dunn of San Francisco. He graduated from Ukiah Union high school with the class or 1936 and haa been employed with the City Meat Market for the past two years. The groom-to- be Is an active member of Ukiah Parlor, Native Sons of the Golden West, in which organization he serves as marshal. No date has been set for the wedding, which will probably occur In the early fall. The engaged couple has many friends who will extend best wishes for their happiness. Bridal Shower in Honor of Mrs. Wayne Crawford Mrs. Wayne Crawford, nee Fanny Kelley, was complimented at a bridal gift shower Wednesday evening, arranged as a surprise by a group of friends who gathered in the Crawford home at Clay and School streets. Following the opening of the attractive gifts, refreshments brought by the guests were enjoyed. Those present were Mesdames Alta Ballou, Ardis Roberts, Bemice Oll- gen, Zella Bartlett, Barbara Frey; the Misses Mae Anderson, Mary Gantz, Dorothy Grilk, Lucille Lynds, Yvonne Herbert, and the guest of honor, Mrs. Crawford. ANDERSON VALLEY BOONVIIXE, Dec. 9,—Serious looks on many faces changed to pleased smiles last Thursday when a warm rain began falling in this section and continued until there seems no doubt but what the valley will soon have green teed tor the stock and the long delayed tanning may now be accomplished. Most of the fiult raisers in the VAlIey have flnlsfied apple drying for the season. J. E. Berry, oldest resident of tha valley, celebrated his nlnely-fHth birthday December 4. Mr. Berry, who engaged in the hotel business, and ranching for many years before retiring, is still quite well and active and gets around amon>; his friends who enjoy very much his stories of the early days of California. John Berry of Lake county spent last Flrday here as the gUest of his uncle, J. E. Berry. Work was resumed la-st week on the new Anderson Valley Grange hall which is being built about three miles north of Boonvllle, after a couple months delay due to lack of necessary material. The hall will be of ample proportions and equipped with modern kitchen and dining room. William OntlE of Phllo was a recent visitor in Ukiah. Floyd Rowlands Will Vacation In Montana Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rowland plan to leave Ukiah Saturday, December 16, for a visit ot approximately two weeks in Missoula, Montana, homo town of Rowland. They will be entertained by Mr. Rowland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rowland, and his two sisters and brother, all of whom he has not seen for H years. Signal Ridge school in Andersbn Valley, in which Mrs, Rowland is employed as teacher, closed for the winter season last Friday. Mrs. Rowland entertained parents and friends of her pupils ivlth a pre- Christmas program on the closing day. Symposium Held At Meeting of 27th District An Interesting symposium on P. T. A. office duties, personal experiences in that organization, and observation ot P. T, A. projects undertaken, was htld at the last meeting of the 27th District C. C. P. T., in Lakepoit. Mrs. J. H. Neblett of Laytonville, district president, prc- siaed. The symposium, led by Mrs. N. H. Fitzgerald of Kelseyville, was composed ot the following speakers: Mrs. D. G. Macmillan, district membership chairman; Mrs. Bdelle M. Travers of Hopland, district program chairman and president ot Hopland P. T. A.; Mrs. F. Harmon ot Hopland, substituting for Mrs. George Davis as district publicity chairman; Mrs. A. Barnard, publications, emblems and magazines. Miss Dorothy Spurllng, state nutritionist, read an interesting paper on nutrition and hot lunches for school children. RETURNS HOME B. A, Cober. proprietor of the Redwood Journal, went to Trinity county Friday to accompany Mrs. Cober home. Mrs. Cober has been a guest in the home of her brother and sister-in-law for the past three weeks. MARRIAGE APPLICATION BELL-HOLTZ.—In Ukiah, December 9, by Cecil Bell and Wllhol- mina Ann Holtz, both of Vallejo. PoinsettJa Attains Tropical Growtli In Hotel Court There is a semi-tropical garden in one of the courts of the Palace Hotel, which Is attracting much attention this Christmas season. A poinsettla, more than 20 feet In height carries five gorgeous red blossoms in full bloom. R. W. Hart, a lover of flowers, placed a poinsettla plant In the sheltered court some months ago. It grew and grew and then at the tip of each of its live branches appeared large scarlet polnsettlas. The plant Is sheltered from the wind and gets the benefit of the sunshine, hence its tropical growth. The blossoms can be viewed to the tiest advantage from a corridor window on the third floor of tho hotel. Mrs. C. J. Conroy, Jr., nee Lillian Nichols, of San Francisco, was a guest here last week of heer parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Nichols. M. C. Triplett of Cloverdale was a business visitor in the valley last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Berry are remodeling and enlarging their cottage. , Bob Lawson of Ukiah spent a few hours here Saturday while enroute home from Point Arena, where he had made delivery of a new automobile. Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Turner motored to the county seat last week to have a look at theh- Oldsmobile which was stolen from the Vevoda Motor Sales garage and wrecked In Lake county recently. Lighted Christmas trees are beginning to make their appearance in town and the schools are all busy on Christmas programs for the close of school for the holiday vacation. Ralph Cardey drove to Los Angeles last week and will be accompanied home by his wife who has been home visiting relatives there for the past month. Miss Eva Belle Bohannon returned last week to her job as clerk in the J. T. Farrer general merchandise store, after a two-month visit with relatives in her old home town in Texas. /Jr <M<o r *a.iwu 4 PAoto Syndicate, X. T.) mHX day in't fat oS, accerdbic to that muded Mtr, LMpoid Stoto«< lUd whm tyimdiony orchMtnw wiU be compriMd .wiioUyof electrical imtramMtfc Whm that tbM eonm. gtolcowald, hiimatf, win doubtlm 1 >»v« flven way, p„M,j,^, Schwarte ia mponv ible for auch wimoim taffiUa at "i l^vc LoaiM." "Ob. dve Mt Sotm> thine to Ramtmbw You By," "Thm niBe Tiwl of You." "Unto Your SpeU." and "Good By Jonah," a rottiinK feet-shatdnr chant which had the miifortun* of an early death dua to the failure of the musical eUy. "VirgiBia," in which it WM featured. Balloon Feature of Pre-Holiday Dance A thousand balloons will float through the dance auditorium of Mendocino State Hospital at a pre- Christmas dance to be given by the C. S, E. A. at the hospital Saturday, December 16. The balloons will be released as one of the features planned by the committee In charge. A Christmas turkey will be one ot the prize awards. The Californlans will render holiday music for the dancers and a gay, pre-holiday dance is anticipated. The public is cordially invited. Local Educators at Teachers Meet in Los Angeles W. A. Chessall and Paul Beaufort of the Ukiah high school faculty attended a council meeting of the California Teachers' Association in the Hotel Blltmore, Los Angeles, on Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9. Chessall attended the meetings as a member of the board of directors of the state association, and Beaufort attended as a proxy for Miss Shirley Perry, north coast section secretary. BOONVILLE, Dec. 9. (Special) Anderson Valley Unity Club held the December meeting last Saturday in the social hall of the high school building. Sixteen ladles answered to roll call. President Mrs. Alpha Adams conducted the business session. Reports of different committees were given and communications were read by the secretary, Mrs. Margaret Patterson. A gift ot $2.50 was voted for the fund for the community Christmas tree. Gifts for the Veterans' home and hospital were received by the welfare committee. Program for the day was Christmas music. Mrs. Clara Edsall, the leader, at the piano, and members sang the first stanza ot a group ot Christmas carols. Preceding the singing of the stanza, the story of the setting of the hymn was read by Mrs. Margaret Patterson. The carols were: "O Come All Ye People," 'The First Noel," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," "Silent Night," "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing," and "Joy to the World." Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Emilie Ferrel and Mrs. Neva Den- nlson, who served delicious home made cookies and cottee. The next regular meeting of the club will be on January 6, 1940. Eagles Initiate Class of 16 Candidates CHRISTMAS DANCE The Girls' League of Mendocino high school is sponsoring a Christmas dance, December 15, in the auditorium ot the school. Patrons and patronesses of the event are: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Larsen, Dr. R. W. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stickney, Mr, and Mrs, Frank Brown, and Mr, and Mrs, J, D. Dealing. NEW HOME The Joseph Browns have taken possession ot their new home on the River Road, and Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Grilll have moved into the home, also on the River Road, which was vacated by the Browns. THE PAYING WAY IS THE CLASSIFIED WAY I The largest meeting ever held In the ranks of Ukiah Aerie, Order of Eagles. No. 319, honored E. A. Eversole. deputy state president, and president of the local lodge, last week. A class of 16 candidates was initiated as part of the honorary ceremonies, the officers of Santa Rosa lodge putting on the work. The initiates are: Pasquale Ronzana, Floyd M. Myers, George W. Hovey, V. Soin- lla, Philip Bogner, Jess Rawles, John W. Williams, M. L. Moen, Wesley Van Horn, Willi Walnio, Herman L. Carter, Olavi Soinlla, John J. Williams, Robert H. Ford, Arthur B. White, Travis Simpson. A banquet was served to more than 150 guests under the dlrectionn Balzarlni, A. Mossi, S. Turner and Liouls Bartolomei. DANCE CLASS POSTPONED So as not to conflict with the musicals being given at the high school, Friday evening, the_ regular dancing class sponsored by* the P. T. A. will not be given this week. to the robot conductor, New York more than ever iM the mecea of alt vomlMi who have their et/ee trained on the peake of opera. From far and wide the lingere come, with hope- Louie Held ful heard and favorite longa. The town regard* them indifferently until one of them happem, through theer tuck or un- uiual ability, to achieve a spectacular SKCCCM. Then it tendt up hue- eaht from the housetop*, gives vent to rapturous welcome. Dleeovera Vocal Talent One ot Ootham'a leading dieeov- eren and trainers ot unuinal vocal talent that haa been distinguished by spectacular tuccesi is Maria Guy, former Metropolitan opera atar, whose "Carmen" once inspired "bravos" throughout the world. She can point proudly to four important vocal discoveries—Lily Pons, Nino Martini, Bruna Caatagna and Marcel Rodrigo. With her huiband, the former Chicago Opera tenor, Oiovan< nl Zenatello, ahe ha* trained them tor tamoua career*. A native of Spain, who before civil war struck hec land, owned a noted hotel in Barcelona, -Mme. Ouy lives In a Central Park West apartment, conducts her vocal school from there. She discovered Martini singing in a small Italian towa Lily Pons and Rodrigo were co* starring in "Rlgoletto" In small cities along the French Riviera when Maria Ouy happened upon them. P * ^ Buggestione for special murals at Radio City: Song Pluggers Assembled in a Studio, A Crooner Reading His Fan Uail. A Radio Audition in a Soap Factory, A Swing Band on the Loose. The Tinkly Mr. Sohwaru One gifted muaieal comedy com- poeer itrangely inactive thi* aeaaon u Arthur SchwarU. When you tbinli of tinkly tunes you are most inclined to associate them with such men as Jerome Kern. Ricliard Rodg. crs, Irvmg Berlin, Cole Porter. Yet, Arthur Schwarta deserves a place witli the leaders in fashionhig ingratiating melodies. For many years a prominent member of the American Societv of Comneser*. Authors P • P "On the Road to Mandalay" hat been put through the fox trot hopper. The hopper gives It new and zippy life. ..; Arty harmonies spoil many an arrangement ot a popular number. . . . Somehow, that lusty Mexican aria, "O Ya Ya" never gets tiresome.. .. College bands this season have slipped back Into their old Arthur SchwarU, A.8.C.A.P. (Compoaer ot rousing tunea) oompah habits, content to air traditional tunes Of the campus and gridiron. ... A year or so ago many of them were playing popular tunes with a skill that would do credit to leading professional bands. ... Believe it or not, there's a march called "War Correspondents." . . . Broadcasters don't like to disturb the dust ot "Danny Deever." It may be a vivid ballad, but U alK> has a macabre Savor. 1flWif«v*r tecome of Me gUm for some clone harmony from the Dionne auintst CHRISTMAS PARTY Service Clubs to Provide Gifts for 200 Children Lions, Rotary, 20-30, BPWC Unite in Holiday Giving; Lions Entertain The largest Christmas party of the season in this vicinity is being planned by Ukiah service clubs for nearly 200 children who will receive gifts of toys, clothing, and holiday dainties. The Lions with Ralph Ho-+ gan on the rooting line; Rotary with Ruel Stickney leading; 20-30 backing Alex Thomas, and B. P. W. C. solidly behind Ardis Roberta are piling up a mountain ot toys and Christmas cheer for distribution the day before Christmas. The spacious dining hall In Hotel Cecille is to be Santa Glaus headquarters and toys by the hundreds with boxes of goodies ot all kinds will be piled there for distribution. Will Davis, social agent, and Fern Busch, school nurse, are handling the lists to whom distribution will be made. There is to be entertainment too, on the Friday before Christmas, matinees with candy distribution. The entertainment will include the children from Albertinum and besides those in Ukiah the children from outlying schools will be Included. The entertainment Is the treat of the Lions, who also are most active in the general plana tor Christmas distribution. Town Meeting To Discuss Orient "America and the Far East— What Is the Solution?" will be discussed tonight at America's Town Meeting of the Air to which the local group Ustena In at 6:30 o'clock in the Children's Libraiy. The .speakers will be William R. Castle, former United States ambassador to Japan; Rear Admiral Harry E. Yarnell ot the United States Navy, former commander- in-chief of the Asiatic fleet; Dr. Walter Judd, medical missionary, North China, 1934-1938. Dr. Judd headed the largest mission hospitul in Shansi Province, now in Japanese occupied territory. He is pro- Chinese in his sympathies. RANCH HOME Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson and their sons, Kenneth and Bert, have moved into their new home on the River Road. The Johnsons bought the former Foote ranch and remodeled' the home before occupancy. Camp Fire Girls to Decorate Tree Saturday morning the' young women of Wahanka Camp Fire group will decorate their tree in the court house square for Christmas. This is an annual custom which adds to the befiuty of the city at the holiday season. The Wahankas have postponed the party formerly announced for December 22. GOUBLAY INTERRED Frank Stien Gourlay, 71, was laid to rest in Ukiah cemetery on Monday, following funeral services which were held at one o'clock from Eversole Mortuary. Gourlay, a former resident of Fort Bragg, passed away in Ukiah on Thursday, December 7. The Man Behind The Bottle Our immaculately uniformed drivers, who deliver our milk to your door—are symbols of the high standards maintained in our dairy and in our bottling plant. You can depend on them for service—for health's sake! MITCHELL'S CRESMERY • Open Sundiiyu and Holidays 407 North State St. Phone 522 f^HURCHSERyiCES PRESBYTBRIAN CHURCH Richard A. Van der laa, D. D., Minister Church School at 9:45. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Dr. Van der Laa will bring a pre- Chrlstmas mesage on the subject, "A Staggering Vision on An Enchanted Island." A very cordial Invitation Is extended to all to come and worship with us. On Wednesday evening the young people will gather at 5:30 for their frolic, dinner and discussion. The study for the discussion Is one of special Interest and the Socratlc method will be followed, that of question and answer. All the young people are urged to be present on time. We close at 7:30. We will give some time to practicing Christmas carols. CATHOUO SERVICES Father Adrian Sliarkegr, Pastor Aaalstants: Father Rapliael Qulnn, Father RoKer Anderson Albertinum Convent—West Perkins street. Mass at 7:00 a. m. St. Mary's CJJiurch — First and second Sundays, Masses at 8:30 and 10:00 a. m.i other Sundays, at 10:00 a. m. Calpella—Mass at 9:00 a. m. except first Sunday. St. Francis Rancherla—First Sunday of the month. Mass at 10:15 a. m.; other Sundays, Mass at 9:00 a. m. State Hospital—Third Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m. Hopland—First Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m.; other Sundays, Mass at 10:15 a. m. Indian Rancherias — First Sunday of month, St. Domlnlm 's, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; second Sunday of month, St. Joseph's, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; fourth Sunday of month, St. Patrick 's, Mass at 9:00 a. m. Lord; and thy saints shall bless thee. They shall speak of thp glory of thy kingdom, and talk of thy )>ower." (Ps. 145:10-11). Other Bible citations will Include: "The Lord Is good to all: and his tender mwo- les are over all his works. . . . Wy kingdom Is an everlasting kingdom, and they dominion endureth thru- out all generations. . . . The Lord Is righteous In all h^s ways, holy In all his works." (Ps. 9, 13, 17). The lesson-sermon will also Include the following passage from the Christian Science textbook; "The universe, like man. Is to be interpreted by Science from Its divine Principle, God, and then It can be understood; but when explained on the basis of physical | sense and represented as subject to gi-owth, maturity, and decay, the universe, like man, Is, and must continue to be, an enigma." (p. 124). 17KIAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE Barnes and Smith Sts. Robert E. Ray, Minister Sunday services: Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; Morning worship at 11:00 o'clock; evening evangelistic service at 7:30. Tuesday evening, December 19, at 7:30, the Sunday School will present a Christmas entertainment. A feature of the program will be Christmas pageant entitled "Children of the Starlight." A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend these services. OHRIS'HAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Is the Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" will be the subject of the lesson-sermon Sunday, December 17. The Golden Text will be: "All thy works shall praise thee, O FIRST BAPTIST CHVIIOH Leonard G. Brown, Pastor Bible school 9:46 ajn. Classes for every age. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. B. Y. P. U. 6:48 p.m. Junior, senior, and adult groups. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Song service and gospel message. Midweek prayer service Mid Bible study Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Come and worship with us. CHRISTIAN CmiRCII W. Theodore Matlock, Pastor \ Sunday acrvloea: Bible School at 9:45; morning worship service at 11, sermon subject, "An Unflnlghed Task;" Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m., Ada Romer president; evening service at 7:30, gospel sermon by the pastor. Great Bible class on Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all to attend these services. METHODIST CHURCH Mark Pike, Ph. D., Minister Church School at 9:45 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m., "Some Abiding Realities In a World of Chaijge." Epworth League at 6:45 p. nii A Christmas program. Chapel Sei-vlce at 7:30, "The True Spirit of Chi'istmas." Wednesday afternoon, 2:30, Prayer SSrvlce and Bible Study. EPISCOPAL SERVICES Holy Trinity Church Rev. E. H. Bniison, Vicar First Sunday—Holy Communion at 11:00 a. m. Third Sunday Morning Prayer at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. lake a tip from wise old Santa. He has the answers to Christmas Giving—gifts that are smart to give and express sentimental thoughtfulness in a practical way. Each year old Santa has seen that more and more the smart gifts are electrical gifts. Come and see the hundreds of gift suggestions your electrical dealer now has on special Christmas display. Sparkling and smart in chromium trim—magical and modern in the things they will do to make housework or entertaining easier. Practical and useful now and for years to come. Smart gif^s for everyone. For feminine appeal there arc perky boudoir clocks or lamps,. table appliances for buffet entertaining. For (he men a radio, electric hedge trimmer, razor or a new reading lamp. And best of all yoit will be amazed how far your shopping budget will stretch when you give electrical gifts for Christmas. M ELECTRIC APPLIAf^CE SOCIETY of Northern California 1 TOIX"- I ^

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page