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NOVEMBER I«. 1936 la its the for was Alwine en- DEVOTIONS CLOSE IK M’SHERRYSTOWD J her Capacity Attendance At Last Of Series Of Service* In St. Mary’* Catholic Church La*t Evening McSHERRYSTOWN — St. Mary s church was filled to its capacity last evening when the Forty Hour» Devotion Devotion which had been conducted during the par. three days, came to a solemn close. The Devotions opened opened with the recitation of the Rosary, Rosary, followed by the Veni Creator ! and sermon delivered by the Rev. ■ Joseph McQuaid C. 8 S. R , who »poke on “Trie Lose of Jesus in The 1 Blessed Sacrament.'’ The priests 36 in number filed into the church from ; the main entrance snd proceeded the sanctuarv, where they chanted the Litany of the Saints. The procession procession of the Blessed Sacrament then took place. This was headed by the Cross-Bearer and acolytes, followed by the boys of the grade j and Central Catholic High schools the priests, altar boy?, censor bearers bearers followed by the Very Rev. John i F. O Donnell who carried the Blessed Blessed Sacrament assisted by the Dea• Dea• con and Sub-Deacon. During the procession the Pange Lingua was sung. In conclusion benediction was given and the hymn, ’ Holy God was sung by the congrega- i tion. The priests in attendance were the Very Rev. John F. O'Donnell, O'Donnell, Conewago Chapel; Very Rev. j James Huber, of St. Joseph's church. ‘ Hanover . Very Rev. C, E. Park, Hershev; the Rev. John C. McGovern. McGovern. Lancaster; the Rev. Conell Hopkins C. P., Littiestown; the 25c; rates order. Can 50 or. work ens. in work and farm near 1” setters operators West help week office. I Rev. Joseph A. McDonald, Columbia; Columbia; the Rev. Joseph Murphy. Harrisburg; Harrisburg; the Rev. Frank Welsh. Car- of her its has the attended at the lisle; the Rev. Oeorge Breckel, York; the Rev, Thomas McEntee, Lancaster; the Rev. Joseph Whalen. Midway; the Rev, H J. Howarth, York: the Rev. William Huygen, Hanover; the Rev. John F. Stanton, Stanton, Steelton; the Rev. A. Havden. York; W. P. Connor. York; F. J. Dmkel i ew Cumberland, the Rev. W. J. B Weaver, Annville: the Rev. ! D. P. Reardon New Oxford; the ! Rev. Thomas Corcoran, the Rev, i Joseph McQuaid. C. S. S. R., the Rev. Joseph Schmidt. Carlisle; the Rev. John Byrnes, the Rev. John H. Weber, Steelton; the Rev. Rov Kefler, New Cumberland; the Rev. William Burke. Abbot tstown; the Rev. Mark Stock, Gettvsburg: the Rev. Anthony Topper, Mont Alto; the Rev. Plus I. Poist, Waynesboro; the Rev, Charles Weaver. Vork; the Rev. Edward Gabriel, Steelton; the Rev. Vincent Topper York; the Rev. F. x. Feeser. P. H. D. the Rev. Cletus Hauck and the Rev. Carl Longmbach. A Gregorian mass was sung for (Continued On Page Five) house office. woman children. of High I living with Write | ; do children. Lir| ; care work. the Gettysburg. NO TRESPASSING

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  1. The Evening Sun,
  2. 18 Nov 1936, Wed,
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