Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 14, 1928 · Page 7
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 7

Oakland, California
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Saturday, July 14, 1928
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SATURDAY EVENING aftlanD Ctf&une JULY 14, 1928 B A Bobbed Hair Theme of Evangelist The Sunshine evangelists, Wll-lard and Christine Peirce of Toronto. Canada, will continue their special evangelistic meetings another week at the hall of the Oakland EvanRelistic Association, 21146 East Fourteenth street. They will also be assisted' hy Mr. and Mrs. Pannabooker in children's and personal work. "The preaching, singing and playing of this quartet of gifted ..workers is being appreciated by an Increasingly large company of people. Each night the attendance has been very good and the Interest Is deepening." says the pastor. Tomorrow evening the evangelist, Mrs. Peine, will speak upon the subject "Bobbed Hair." Her presentation of this subject will be entirely different from what might De expected with such a subject Tomorrow morning Rev. Pelrce will speak from the subject "Mark ed Men." At each service there will be special numbers In both vocal and instrumental music. 'New Era in Pacific' to Be Subject "Te New Era In the Pacific" will be the sermon subject tomorrow morning of Rev. Charles H. Cleaves pastor of Pilgrim Congregational church. This is the third and last I nthe series on "The Present Dav which was Inspired by his attendance at the Klwanls International Convention In Seattle last month as a delegate from the Eastlake Oakland Klwanls club. Organ selections will bo given by Mrs. Marvel Cleaves Thompson. The evening services huvo been discontinued for the summer. 'After Death What?' Topic "After Death; 'What?" will be the theme of the lecture by Fred P. Evans tomorrow evening at the Christian Spiritualist church which meets In Wigwam hall of the Pacific building. Officials of the church say: "Evans Is a well known lecturer and Independent slate writer. He will follow his address with demonstrations of independent slate Wrtlngs. There will bo messages by other workers of the church. Good mush also will be included on the program." 'Workmanship Of God' Topic "The W'ormanshlp of God" will be the theme of the sermon in Welsh tomorrow morning by Rev. R. O. W'llllnmii, pastor, at the Welsh Presbyterian church.' Ills evening topic In England will be "The Deceptive and Wie True In Life." Fall Class to Convene August 15 The fall class of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite of Freema-onry. Valley of Oakland, will con-jvene August 13 in Scottish Hlte temple, 1 547 Oak Htreet. The next reunion of the order .will be December U-15. Problems of the Middle-Aged to Be Sermon Topic 'T'HE peculiar problems of the middle-aged and the religious needs of that period in life will be dealt with tomorrow morning by Rev. Tom Oliver at the Park Boulevard Presbyterian church. "Though people of middle age are not faced with the spectacular dangers that befwt youth, what they lack in the dramatic is made up in their sublety," says the pastor. The problem of sickness as met with in the New Testament will be the basis of the evening discourse. "What has religion, and particularly the Christian religion, to offer in these matters?' Does it help? Does it promise healing of all diseases?" These and other niietion will be answered. Four-Square Gospel Converted . Dancer Halleine Smith, Child Evangelist Next week, Frl Sat., Sun., July 20, 21, 22 Three Big- Days Evangelist J. Stuart Hydanus Lilbi OAKLAND GOSPEL TEMPLE 1 1 th and Clay Streets vyvwwwvvwvvwf""fv'"' THE FIRST A Demonstration Decture by DR. AGNES OCHS AT BAHAt LIBRARY, 1419 HARRISON ST., NEXT TUESDAY AT 8 P. M. ALL WELCOME! MAZDAZNAN SOCIETY First Portuguese Church St. Joseph's Portuguese church. Seventh and Chestnut, was dedicated in 1892, when Archbishop R. P. Riordan officiated at the ceremonies. During the last quarter century Fattier Galli has been pastor. He is assisted by Fathers H. Ferreira and T. Deehan. MMW' mWm: xy a, " i n father galli T a .'rij-f . v - t - .- v i I SfiLi f mm , rmyn J 'i vl'-' i ' S58F ; rr. s : .'-9 -v - i .... . fkX & m yr. " ITS . - n Si. Joseph's Portuguese St. Joseph's Portuguese one' of the largest in the parish, United States, had its Inception In lH'Jl, when Father J. Tavares conducted the first labors among the Portuguese people of Oakland. lie gathered his flock in the bull of St, Mary'H church, Klghth and Jefferson streets, but died before bis project- of an Independent church could bo realized. Dedicated In IHHii. JIc, was followed by Father M. T. Fernandes, a tireless worker, who built the, church and presbytery, at Seventh and Chestnut streets. The church was built and dedicated In 1S!)2. The structure Is of Gothic architecture and seats over 000 per sons. T. 11. Basket of Oakland was the builder. At. the dedication ceremonies in August, J 892, Most Key. Archlshop W. P. Rlordun par ticipated, i'ollowlng rather Fcr-nandes came Fathers G. S. Gloria, D. Campos and D. Raposo. In 1002 Archbishop Riordan asked the Saleslan of Venerable Don Bosco, Turin, Italj;, to come and take charge of the'ojiurch. On September 10, 11)02. tather A. V. Bcrgerctti, Father K. Puvan and Father Joseph Galli and Brother J. Bovlo took charge. Church Improved. Father Bergerettl eerved as pas tor for seven years. He Improved the church and the house in many ways and labored zealously and Society of Friends First Day (Sunday) at 11 A. M., meeting for worship In the Friends Meeting House, corner of Vine and Walnut Sts., Berkeley. of Hollywood OU IjOB iMIgeiCB Will IWIIUW "CI wimi unc week's campaign, beginning Tuesday, July, Jip' SUNDAY, JULY 15, 7:30 P. M. "The World and Its Gods" 3:00 P. M. "The Christian's Possibilities" . 11:00 A. M. "How to Become Fruit-Beariag Christians" i ' - EXERCISE1 TRIBUNE photo Ski "A with great auicess. At his death he was succeeded by the present pastor, Father Galli. During these years the field of labor was enlarged taking in beside Die Portuguese also (lie Italians and Mexico ns. More properly was acquired and many Improvements made and the religious education of the youth put on solid foundations. Father Galli opened a new parish for the Portuguese in K.isl Oakland, known as Our Lady Help of Chris! ians. l'r. Gnlli's Helpers. Kffloionl and zealous helpers of the pasfor a re : Father II. Ferreira and Wither T. Deehan of the Sa leslan congregation. Father Galli was born at Va-reso, northern Italy, April IX. 1N77. llo studied under the. direction of f tic Saleslan congregation and hoped to become a missionary of the Indians of South Aincricu. This hope was thwarted, however, when lie wus sent to F.iaga, Portugal, a a teacher In the college of San Ca-lano. In 1 S 0 8 he wuh sent back to Italy to nerve In the army, but niter eighteen months returned to Jiraga SPECIAL The morning Rervlce at 11 o'clock Includes Holy Communion, reception of new members and an anthem to bo sung by the choir, -"O Be Joyful ,Unto the Lord," by Hanks. , REV. EDWIN MOLL will deliver the sermon at this service on the tonic, "What Lack I Yet.)1, This sermon will be well worth hearing. Preparatory service for communion at 10:45. Luther League at 6 and 7 p. m. First English Lutheran Church Sixteenth and Grove Streets. Lutheran Church Directory (MISSOURI 7TOM Twelfth and Myrtle Z,lVJiN 8(g REV. GEORGE MIEOER. pastor. German service, 10 A. M. English service, 11:15 A. M, Rev. H. Sehmelzer of Anaheim, Calif., and Rev. frS. .Bauer-melster of Selma. Calif., will be the speakers. Sunday School, 10 A. M. THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER Sixty-fourth Avenue and Brnnn Street Theme: "FRIENDS OF JESUS" THE REV. A. C. KECK ' CtV AT.HAWRTJA r-Ar.mv WII.T. DELIVER THK RHItMnM SUNDAY SCHOOL, 8:45 A. M. p KAN K A. H.A&uijH.Ki, rasior. 2333 Havenscourt Blvd. ... ELmhurst 8S(t. THE WAY OF THE LAW AND THE . HIGHWAY OF THE SPIRIT Sermon by DR. E. J. COLBERG, j Sunday, July 15, at 10:30 A. M. St. Paul's Lutheran Church ' 1 0th and Grove Sgf . : Jesuit to Give Series Of Lectures The .Tesiill Fathers Invite the public to attend :t series of lectures by Hov. Father 1). .1. K'ava-natigh, S. ,1, on the ijolitioo-ro-HkIoiis situation, which will be a leaf lire of the Xovena in prepMra- . (ion for the solemn observance of the Feast of St. Ignatius at the i church of thai name In San Francisco. July L'T -A llg list I,. Father Kavanaugh in his series! "of evening lectures during the .No- j vena, will speak on anti-Catholic i articles appearing In a nallona magazine, scurrilous diatribes In various publications; the mi tiling of Obicgon as president of .Mexico; opposition of political candidates on account of thdr religion; the question of slate ami church, bigotry, intolerance and Americanism., omorrow will be World's Suti-School Day in honor of the rnatlnnnl convention now un-way at Low Angeles. and later to Lisbon, where be was ordained to the priesthood In 11)02. in Septombeij, 1U02, Father Galli came to Oakland, where he has continued ever since. i-gaiii.c- Societies. In 1 :(: luo branches of the Catholic societies; of the Y. ,M. I. were founded, Father Galli serving as chaplain from the beginning. In March. Ill 10, thn Cal hollo Ladles' Aid society was organized. Father Galli and his associates command the five languages Por tugtioso, Italian, Kretfeh, Spanish and i Miglisb, as well ak I he Latin, the (lassie language oftlho Roman Cal Iodic church. Central Lutheran Church 111 28th Street. !i:4C A. M. Sunday School. Clauses for all ages. 11:00 A. M. Morning Service. No evening service. m all matters requiring personal pastoral attention, kindly communicate with Mr. Paul Terklldseii, 2060 Webster St. UFrkeley 6340.1 ST. MICHAEL'S Alcalruz and Henvenue Ave. Hev. Ernest A. Trabert, BE-6I24W Services, I I A. M. and 7:46 P. M. A Cordial Welcome to You. SERVICES SYNOD) TRINITY .Thecchh?, .htT.thn Parish school. East 16th St and 17th Ave. REV. H. HASERODT, Pastor. English , Service, If0:30, A. M. Sunday School, JO A-. M. Sermon by REV. F. J. LANKENAN, Vice-President Missouri Synod. Come and Hear the Message. WORSHIP AT 11:00 A. M. Relation Of Sexes to Be 1 Bishop's Topic rPHK second in his series of dis courses on Sex, dealing with the relation of the sexes to each other, will be given by Biohop Maszinianamla tomorrow night at the Church of Universal Truth, K. T. Castle, Twelfth and Alice street:. He will answer the following queslions: "What do male and female represent in nature? How does nuin become subject to woman'!' That is the difference between the will of man and woman? What are twin souls? What is spiritual love? What is soul-mate? What' is the rause of misery, suffering and crime? What are discordant unions? What is the logical outcome of the principles of sex as they affect man?" Madame Richardson, pianist, will play selections, and Miss Le Peee will nlnv the violin. Men's Club to Meet in Chapel The Liberal Catholic cluh comprising the men of the Liberal Catholic churches in the bay region, will meet September 2, at St. Raphael's chapel, -Bli,ri3 College avenue. Bishop Cooper will celebrate mass at 1 I o'clock and give holy communion to the members and at tile clone of the service a business meeting will be held. David J. Clark will act as cha Irm.'in. Father Thomas II. Talbot Is roc-tor of tho parish eof St. Raphael the Archangel. Theosophical Society l7 13th St I.H(Tl:i(H SUNDAY, JULY ir,. P. M. By M It. HIIW.A IIL) r. IIUItKK (President, of Krishna Youlh Lodge nf San Friinc'aoo) J "YOUTH AND THE ANCIENT WISDOM SlLVIilt OFFERING i V,V.VVMVWAV.V.Wi,,V.,.V.,,VAVAV,V.V.V.,.V BOBBED HAIR u in Mr. Peirce will sing "The Holy City" at this Service Sunday Evening at 7:30 "MARKED MEN" J Sunday Morning at 1 1 :00 ! r Sunshine Evangelists S Willard and Christine Peirce f ? Preach and sing at both services Sunday and every night $ ? next week except Monday at 7:45. WEEK NIGHT SUBJECTS: I TUESDAY "Tongues of Flame" WEDNESDAY "The Former and Latter Rain' During- this sermon Mrs. peirce will tell of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit as nhe witnessed it al the Christian and Missionary Alliance convention at lleulah Park, Cleveland, Ohio, In 1007. THURSDAY "Clay in the Hands of the Potter" FRIDAY 'The Foundation Principles-of Divine Healing" SATURDA V "In the Upper Room" Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pannabecker will also assist at eVery service. . Oakland Evangelistic Association R. H. MOON, Pastor 2946 E. 14th Street near 29th Avenue Phone MErritt 3557 or FRuitvale 6469 tr - VWnrWWAWJ "BREAD AND BUTTER RELIGION" AT ; ' The Church of the Universal Christ Rose Room, Hotel 'Oakland, Alice St. Entrance BERNARD C. RUGGLES, Minister, . . . Sunday, 11 A. H. ' . . Third of Series "The Practice of Brotherhood" Our Healing Ministry Is available to all who need help. MumooKn Short Cuts Of Lif el Discussed In Hie ahscn, .. ,,f (hP pastor. Dr. Frank M. siUlcj. Hey. Kobcrt T. .Macl'ailani-. assistant pastor, will preach boili seiinons tomorrow at the 1'iivt I'resbyterliin church. For Ills niiirnlng theme, Rev. .Macl-'arlanc has chosen the topic. "The Short Cuts o f Life." Mark 1:13. At the evening hour 'his theme "ill h" "Adorning the Doctrine," and he will 'onsldcr such thoughts Ins tile following; "We !,, not hear much about doctrine nowadays. It Is not preached about as a few years ago. and i little thought of ; bv i no average nerson. What hOuld be our attitude to doct,-lno- 'Is religion too easv todnv? What are smile of the' doctrines we should adorn?" During July the solo quartet at First church Is on vacation. Guest sololnts are giving vocal numbers at both morning and evening services. The guest artist for tomorrow will be Ruth Waterman Anderson, contrallo. At the morning service Mrs. Anderson will sing "The Voice In the Wilderness" (Scott) and "He Shall Feed His Flock" (Messiah), by Handel. In the evening she will give "Knough to Know" (Ogden) and "Hold Thou My Hand" (Johnson). The Senior C. K. society and the Senior Intermediate C. K. society will hold their regular ' meetings In the parish house at (i:0, and in the morning at 0:45 the Bible schools will have their sessions at Firnt church, Lakeshore ahd Thorn road. At the evening service Miss Edith McDonald, retiring president of the Slate Christian Kndenvor society, will give a short talk on her impressions of the Christian Kn-deavor convention recently held in Hcrkeley. Hill to Tell Of Convention Dr. C. M. Hill, president of the Kerkeley liaptist Divinity school, will bring reports from the liaptist convention held In Detroit and the World Allinnue meeting in Toronto at tomorrow morning's service at the First Haptlst church, Herkeley. At The Big Downtown Mission Ninth and Broadway REV. A. H. BEISNER, D. D., and Wife, from Alhambra, Calif., as sisted by Mr. and Mrs. W. WEST, the sweet singers from Hollywood, Calif. TONIGHT and Sunday at 3 and 7:45 p. m. Every night this coming week except Monday. HARRY MORSE. Pastor -n i a n ) 5 ill i Jumps Chairs JOHN M. HEARN, recently elected consul commander of Oakland Camp No. 94, W. O. W., who was initi-atcd into lodge only a year ago. St. Mary's Catholic Church Th e I o w nlmvn Ch u rc)y . 8th and JEKFEKSON STS. Sunday Masses 6:30, 8:00. 9:00. 10:00. 1 1 :00. 12:15 Special Sermon and Music at 11:00 and 12:15 Masses Sunday Evening Service, 7:45 o'clock. Holy Hour of Devotion, Friday. 7:45 P. M. Week Day Masses. 7 and 9 A. M St. Francis de Sales Church 634 HotiHit Kln.t Masses on Hiinday at :30. 7:30. a. 10. 11 and 12 15 o'clock. The ffflSWJfl I 11 o'clock service Is a High Mass with sermon. Sunday evening service at 7:45 o'clock. Dione OAkland 6046 First Presbyterian Church 26th and Broadway DR. FRANK M. SILSLEY. Pastor Rev. Robert T. McFarlane, Assistant Pastor, will preach at both services. 1 1 :00 The Short :30 Adorning the Doctrine Sour Service: Jl. D. Wells, Leader. Town Talk : "My Impressions of the C. E. Convention" ' Miss Edith McDonald. ItetlrliiR stato President of the Christian Endeavor kjolety. MORNING SOLOS "The Volco In the Wilderness" ... "He Shall Kced Ills Flock" EVENING "K'nough to Know" "Hold Thou My Hand" ntlTH WATERMAN ANDBRSOI""' f- Blblo Schools, l):15 A. M. The Brooklyn Presbyterian Church IZth Ave. and East 1 5th Street, " 11:00 A. M. REV. MR. SEARLES of Oak Park churcK, 'Chicago, will occupy the pulpit. Quartette, "Make Me a Clean Heart. Oh. God" Tenor Solo, "Tho Holy City." I 7:45 r. M. ' ' Union Service at v THE BROOKLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MR. GILLANDERS of the Y, M. C. A. will speak Quartette, "I Will Praise Thee, 6 God." "v Hoiiruno Solo, "Ansels Ever Bright and Fair" U. A. VAN DER LAS, D.D., Minister. ST JOHN'S (PRESBYTERIAN) 2610 COLLEGE AVENUE, BERKELEY Dr. Stanley Armstrong Hunter, Pastor :I5 A. M. MR. KARL DE SCHWEIN1TZ of Philadelphia on"' "Parents and Children" , 11:00 A. M. DR. HERBERT BOOTH SMITH " "Four Steps in Christian Experience ' 5:09 P. M. .. ' . - "Shall We Know" One Another in Heaven?" ' Welsh Presbyterian Church -. 1 8th and Castro Streets R. 0. Williams, Minister , - , Order of services as follows: ;V ;, ' ,j. . 10.00 A. M. Sunday School with classes for all ages." .11:00 A., M.--Sermonett for children. Sermon subject: r "THE WORKMANSHIP OF GOD" Welsh 7:30 P. M. Serifion, subject "THE DECEPTIVE AND THB TRUE IN LIKK" English , Come and enjoy these services with us. Good singing, sound preaching. .. 1 'What Lack I Yet?' IJevj I'M win Moll, pastor of the First Knglish Lutheran church, , will use as his topic for the 11. o'clock sermon tomorrow "What, Lack I Yet?" '. This sermon, based on the tt, Matthew xix. l(i-L'3, or the story Of, the rich man Inquiring of Chrlut . bow to get to heaven, will apply;") the teachings of Christ, as found In .i, the text, to modern life. Holv communion will be admin-.,' IMered at this service. The choir will sing "O. Re Joyful Unto th-. Lord." by Ranks. Preparatory-, servic'for holy communion begins atrffMa. The Luther league meets at 8. o clock for a social hour, and at 7 o'clock for the devotional hour.- 1 German Service 1 Is Held Earlier The German services of St. Mark' Kvangellcnl church. Fifty-eighth, and Telegraph, will begin at 9 a. Vn. ,. In the future Instead cjf at 10 a. m.. according to announcement hy the , pastor. Rev. A. J. Helm. Union Services ST. STEPHENS M. E. CHimCH AND PARK BOULEVARD PRESBYTERIAN CHUfiCH . Jit. i. UllVCf IU M preach at both services. Morning: Service 11 A. M. At Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church Park Blvd. at Hampel St. "THE RELIGIOUS NEEDS (3 OF THE Mmni tc.Ariir 'l?! Evenins Service 7:45 P. M. At St. Stephens M. B. Church Park Blvd., 13th Av. and E. 38th St. MKKITS f'HniST a vn THK PROBLEM OF ILL ESS HEALTH, a A. M. Cuts of Life" r. M. . . .Scott Hansel SOLOS Ogden Johnson Christian Endeavor, 6:20 P. M. RSJ '"" Hi ill Hi Ml v

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