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'Man, Stand on Your Feet' theme of Sunday sermon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'Man, Stand on Your Feet' theme of Sunday sermon Churches On Sunday, April 19, at the El Sere no Community Presbyterian Church, 3606 Portola Ave., at U ajn., the worship service will be conducted by the Pastor, the Rev. Mr. Ralph E. Vandersali, who will take his scriptural texts from Ezekiel 1:28 to 3:3 and also Ephesians 6:14-17. The sermon will be entitled, "Man, Stand Upon Your Feet” and will show how, like the Psalmists, we sometimes have to cry out of the depths in order to realize infinitude. Jesus promised us the Holy Spirit. The whole topic is related to the Sovereignty of God and our own dignity under Him. We do have a special calling as we become involved in His will and climb out of the depths to victory. Organist Mn. Hits Smith will present an offertory and PosUude. Tonight at 7:30, Mrs Jane Lugo will continue the teacher training class for prospective church school teachers. On Sunday evening, the youth will have a volleyball tournament at 6:45 p.m. followed by a youth ...
Presbyterians to meet for breakfast [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Presbyterians to meet for breakfast William M. Fisher, Southern California Gas Company consultant speaker, will * address the Eagle Rock United Presbyterian Church at its breakfast meeting Sunday, April 19, at the church, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Fisher, former commercial manager for the utility in the Riverside and San Bernardino area, is scheduled to present a challenge designed to stimulate worthwhile projects in tbs community. He will emphasize moral and spiritual values in presenting “You Can’t Bat From the Bench.”
Explain Bible prophecies at HP Foursquare Church [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Explain Bible prophecies at HP Foursquare Church Evangelist Clyde D. Compton will be the pulpit guest for Highland Park Foursquare Church located at 5809 York Bivd., according to Pastor Jack F. Gwllllm Sunday morning at 10:45. am. and again sit the 7 p.m. service. Evangelist Compton has had mdny years experience in the ministry in both pastoral, teaching and evangelistic work. He has with him a 30 foot chart which depicts prophetic events and places them In their proper sequence. He will present today’s events in the light of Bible prophecy. Sunday morning Rev. Compton win speak on the ■ Subject, "Daniel's Image apd the Federated States of Eur- ■ ope" then again in the evening his topic will be,, “World Peace Through Satan.”speaker is also a noted violin- ' Ist and plays the trombone Snd other instruments. The public is Invited to both services. Today the ladies of the United Foursquare Women (UJF.W. Missionary Society) will have their annual spring fellowship missionary rally at Bu...
Advenfisfs in novel display af NY Fair [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Advenfisfs in novel display af NY Fair A report from Washington, D.C., world headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, announces near completion of its exhibit In the Protestant and Orthodox Center of the New York’s World’s Fair. Installation is scheduled this week. The exhibit is* dramatic new technique called' fttnpidrtdna. that takes the viewer Into the scene taking place Itt earth’s last hour. Stereophonic sound, moving light, and thnardfmensional effects combine -with a backdrop oil painttoifvi curving 20 feet across and 10 feet high, to graphically present the second coming of Christ as described by Holy Scripture. The drama occurs in four minute cycles and will be continuous frpm the time the fair gates open at 8:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. or later.
At Sevnth Day AdvnHst New youth minister named [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
At Sevnth Day AdvnHst New youth minister named Samuel R. Renzi, of Temple City has accepted a cail to become the youth pastor of the Eagle Rock Sieventh-day Adventist Church. Announcement was made by Lewis Langworthy, pastor. Mr. Renzi graduated from Atlantic Union College, South Lancaster, Massachusetts, and also studied at KJESS Andr ' w * Unlv ' rsity - He began his work after graduation as a Bible teacher at Brookslde Academy, East Taunton, Massachusetts He spent seven years as a pastor and evangelist to New England and Bermuda. For the five years previous to coming to California in 1963, he was the youth and education director for the Northern New England states. For the past year, Mr. Renzi has been Bible teacher at San Gabriel Academy, San Gabriel California. Mr. Renzi will replace Norman Middag, former youth pastor who moved to Oakland, California. He will assume his post on June 1.
Church draws lesson from Einstein [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Church draws lesson from Einstein In his lecture this Sunday, the Rev. Bro. Anandamoy will quote from the writings of Par- 1 amah ansa Yogananda, founder : of Self-Realization Fellowship: : "In his. famous equation outlta- : ing the equivalence of mau and energy, Einstein proved that; the energy in any particle of matter is equal to its mass or weight multiplied by the square of the velocity of light.” "The release of atomic energy is brought about through the annihilation of material particles. Thus the ‘death’ of matter has given birth to the atomic age.” “From science-, then, if it must be eo, let man Warn the philosophic truth that the physical World operates under the fundamental principle of relativity and duality. God, the sole Ufe, is absolute Unit.” "According to the precepts of yoga, the ability to perform the seemingly miraculous consists of probing beneath the surface of nature’s infinite variety. there to find the one changeless cause.” All are welcome to attend the 11 ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Mrs. Hugo Nielsen candidate for San Gabriel CFWC prexy [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Mrs. Hugo Nielsen candidate for San Gabriel CFWC prexy Mrs. Hugo Nielsen, prominent El Sereno clubwoman, will be the only nominee for president of San Gabriel Valley California Federation of Women’s Clubs when they meet for convention at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel in Pasadena April 21, 22 and 23. Mrs. Nielsen, a member of El Sereno Friday Morning Club for the past 14 years has served her club as president, vice president, third vice president, parliamentarian and corresponding secretary. She has also officiated as chairman of trustees and has headed many numerous committees. She is a charter, member of the San Gabriel Valley District Board Alumnae Club and also San Gabriel Valley Parliamentary Club; treasurer and membership chairman of the latter. She is a member of the California and National Associations of Parliamentarians and has served the San Gabriel Valley district since its inception. She was active in elementary PTA and council, coordinating council, Job’s Daughters and ...
Artists put finishing touches on exhibition [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Artists put finishing touches on exhibition J Members of th* Highland ;Art Guild are hard at work ■preparing for their annual Art ■ Festival at which they will' display the skill and versatility of this enthusiastic local ■group of artists, i The Guild was established ■in 1946 and now has a mem- • bership of approximately -80 .•artists. For 17 years it has •annually given an outstand&gt;lng art exhibit open to the ; public here in Highland .Park, las well as numerous shows in ; attar galleries. The Festival will be held in the Pool Clubhouse at the Highland Park Playground on ' Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 24, 25 and 26. Admission is and on Sunday afternoon fight refreshments will be served. Past attendance indicates a high degree of community interest. The public is invited to visit the showings and talk to members and watch them work at their easels.
LH Seniors set reports tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
LH Seniors set reports tomorrow Lincoln Heights Senior Citizens will meet Friday, April 17 at 11 a.m. at 203 Workman St. where reports of the leadership courses will be given. At last Friday’s luncheon special gueats were Elisa Carrow from Mayor Yorty’s office; Sadie Davison, president of Region T; Madiar Williams who furnished musical entertainment; Harriett Dexter, president of American Gold Star Mothers; Naomi Walters, president of the Wednesday Morning Club. Buses will leave the Greek Theatre at 11 a.m. on April 29 for luncheon in Hollywood. The group will attend Ice Capades at 5 p.m. on May 2, and Mayor Yorty’s reception at the City Hall, where Olive Hessling, president of the local group, will serve as hostess at the first anniversary of the Mayor's Committee for Senior Citizens. For reservations for trips and general information call Mrs. Hessling at CA 2-7969.
Shakespeare's birthday observed here [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Shakespeare's birthday observed here Shakespeare’s birthday will be honored at the Wednesday Morning Club on Wednesday, April 22. All members of the Shakespeare Alumni Club will be special guests for the day. Mrs. Louise Arnold will be hostess at the noon luncheon. The Shakespeare section will present scenes from "Macbeth” "Much Ado About Nor thing!’ and "Romeo and Juliet»” ■ Those taking part will be “Mines, Rubye Godfrye, Fedalma Rooney, Mary Halkides and Miss Carol Kromer and Miss Beth Raynes. Mrs. Rooney serves as instructor oi the section. Miss Beth Raynes, having coiqtteted the requirements of the Section, wiU receive her pM and diploma. Mrs. Cuban Walters, dub president, win be in charge of the business meeting.
It's Tulip Time' for Methodist churchwomen [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
It's Tulip Time' for Methodist churchwomen mtlimU HILDA THOMPSON, SOCNTY HHTOi—CL Will “It’s Tulip Time” will be presented with fashions from Cortland’s of Highland Park on Wednesday, April 22 at 8 p.m. at the Highland Park Methodist Church at Ave. 55 and Ash Streets. Sponsored by the Rebecca Circle of the Woman’s Society of Christian Service, the donation of $1 per person will go to the projects of the Society from the Methodist Hospital in Arcadia to the world's largest University for Women in Seoul, Korea, as well as missions in some 30 other countries. Special entertainment will be provided by the Lesnick girls, Leona, Pepper and Harriet, and Remedies Rodriques, who execute the difficult Philippine Binasuan dance in which three glasses of water are balanced on the head and in the hands during the dance, as well as lovely Siamese dances with elegant costumes made by Mrs. Lesnick. Door prizes and refreshments will also be offered. Please call CL 5-4331 or CL 7-5123 for your ticket...
Any old records? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Any old records? Urgently needed are 78 rpm records, nylon net and yam, for Dahlia Heights PTA Wheel Parade. Dahlia Heights PTA wants to break records. Mrs. Salvador Hernandez, ways and means chairman for Dahlia Heights PTA, has an urgent need for old yam, nylon net, and old 78 rpm records. The records cannot be returned. You may take these things to the school, or cell Mrs. S. Hernandez at CL 6-6005.
Hospital in award to volunteer [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Hospital in award to volunteer Mrs. John Wilson, 301 S. Ave. 18, will be among those receiving top honors at the annual volunteer award ceremony at Los Angeles County General Hospital on Wednesday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. She will receive a 2500-hour bar. Miss Evelyn Davis, director of special projects, Los Angeles Volunteer Bureau, will be guest speaker and Robert J. Thomas, hospital administrator, will present awards to 346 volunteers. Special awards .will be given community groups: Junior League of Pasadena, Flower Guild, Las Candelas, Los Angeles County Heart Association, American Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles Section, Tuberculosis and Health Association of Los Angeles, National Kidney Disease Foundation.
Wedding ahead [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Wedding ahead Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Jones of La ‘Canada announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Rae, to Nathaniel Axel Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Anderson of Eagle Rock. Both Judith and Nathaniel are graduates of tagle Rock High School. The bride-elect now attends Glendale College of Business. Nathaniel is working as an electrician and attending Los Angeles Trade Tech.
A farewell party tor officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
A farewell party tor officers Eagle Rock Court 57 of the Order of the Amaranth held its farewell meeting for the officers of 1963 on April 7. Royal Matron Olie Turner and Royal Patron Judge Hargis presided. Congratulations were extended to three of the members who were elected to offices in their associations. Mrs. Eileen Minear was elected second vice president of the Associate Matrons and Associate Patrons Association of Southern California. Mrs. Elaine Leap was named president of the Conductresses and Associate Conductresses Association of Southern California, and Mrs. Blanch Lambert was seated as Sunshine Chairman. Mrs. Turner and Judge Hargis entertained their officers in the banquet room with refreshments and gifts for all. Mrs. Turner was assisted by Elsie Tipping, Royal Matron from Monte VisU Court The court will hold its public installation of officers on April 21, at 8 p.m. at 5016 Caspar Ave. in Eagle Rock. The public is invited.