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 - IVE CORNERS SUNDAY EXERCISES nspiring Christmas...
IVE CORNERS SUNDAY EXERCISES nspiring Christmas Program Enjoyed Enjoyed by Large Audience—Hoi- day Personal Notes. • fliieclal to ilio }lt.raJtl FIVE CORNERS, Dec. 31. — The ihristmas exercises of the .Sunday chool, held Tuesday evening, were en- oyed by a full house. The room was prettily decorated. There was a tree md Santa' Glaus paid a visit. The program program was as follows: Song, "Joy to the World," by school; icripture reading, Luke ii.:l to 8; prayer, Rev. C. A. Puller: "Welcome," .ola McCrillis; "Greetings," Helen viaynard; vocal duet, Rev. and Mrs. . A. Puller; recitation and pantomime, pantomime, the Sncw family; "The Christ liild Still," Vivian Culver; recitations, Elinor and Thomas Billig; "A Good Ian," Jean Sturges; song, "In a Lowly vlanger," Edna and Beth ; Metcali;, Christmas Eve," Hazel Tulloch; dialogue, dialogue, "Christmas Shopping;" "Mak- ng Tea, " Velma Magee; "A Note to anta Claus," Harriet Gilbourn; exercise,' exercise,' "Of Course," Chester McCrillis and primary children; "At. Christmas rime," Merl Culver; song, "The Giveaway Giveaway Stocking," Jean Sturges, Helen Vlaynard and Zola McCrillis; "The 'aper Pan People," Anna Fortney; exercises, "The Angel's • Song," five xrys; "Santa's Defender," Bobby Cul- -er; recitation, Florence Tulloch; Lu~ her's Cradle Song and pantomime. Mrs. Puller; "A Christmas Story," Ma•ion Ma•ion Magee; Bobby's Christmas,"" Donald Donald Tulloch; song, "Silent Night," four iris; closing address, Beatrice Culver; offering; piano duet, Mrs. C. A. Fuller and Virginia Puller;' dialogue, "True ihristmas Story," Dora Gilson, Wiliam Wiliam Halfast, Thomas Billig, Harold Maynard. A box of candy was given given each member of the school and other gifts to the primary and junior classes. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hartleb of Erie, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Powell of Waterford Waterford and Clayton Sebring and son <~>f Oil City spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Reynolds entertained entertained the following for Christmas dinner: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Deets and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deets, Mr. and Mrs. Olan Baum and son of Dempseytown, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ghering and family of Troy Center; Center; Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Bush and family, family, Clyde Hughes ~and Richard Brechi of Titusville, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bhrhart and family, Mrs. Robert; hering and children of Diamond. Friends here were sorry to. learn r>f the death of Mrs. W. A. Gilbert, who was born and grew to womanhood in this community. She was a diligent worker in the Sunday school and taught the primary class for many years. There are many grown-up today today who. will never forget the Bible stones told' them by Mrs. Gilbert when they were children. . Mr. and Mrs. George Waldo spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sebring in Oil City. Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan, Mr and Mrs. Ray Maynard and children, Harold and Helen, Mrs. Nellie Maynard Maynard spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs Ray Morgan in Oil City. Mr.'.and Mrs. Leo Sturges and children, children, Herbert Ross, Mr. and Mrs James Ross, Mrs. Pearl. Gilson, Mrs Carrie Billig, Mrs. Ruby Marvin and Mrs. Bertha Ross attended the funeral funeral of Mrs. Allie Gilbert, Tuesday at Titusville. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Gilborn entertained entertained Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gilborn on Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles BilHg entertained entertained their children for Christmas the following making up the party. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holtz and'children of Pleasantville, Mr.' and Mrs. Clyde Billig, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Billig and family of Titusville. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gilborn spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. G o Kerr at :Shelmadine. Mrs. Rebecca Engle of Titusville spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. G C. Greenawalt. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reed of Hydetown Hydetown spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Vrooman, T E Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sullivan and son, Billie, of Hydetown, Mr. anc Mrs, Stanley Henton and daughter Mr. arid Mrs. Ross Putnam of Corrj and William Mars.-of Titusville spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. James Ross. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Blanchard have been confined to the house by sickness Mrs. Carrie Billie and sons spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Raymony Boyles in Titusville. at it .

Clipped from The Titusville Herald02 Jan 1933, MonPage 7

The Titusville Herald (Titusville, Pennsylvania)02 Jan 1933, MonPage 7
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