HOLY TRINITY CHRISTMAS 12 27 1923(GREENLEAF)
Iho parcel and disclosed a large ladfo revolving; sot. Unknown to "Ted," nn aerial had been erected outside Ills home, and fho sot wns immediately connected nnd the cnr-nhones placed on Iho )iaj>- py boj's cars. \Vllh his faoq wreathed wreathed in smiles ho hiy with linlf-elosed t-yes listening to tho Iji oadcaat- liifir from ;i l>hllrffJoli>hlft station. In tins,manner ho wag entertained for '"« T'^ter fiai-t of tho evcnlns. led chatted \yith Snnta Claus and told (ho kindly old gentleman What ho had i ecelvcd nnd \s-hat he «-an l or | fm- Christmas,. Tho pair spent an onjovablo half-hpur together, together, and I hough his faco war? almost covered -vsitli uhite Mlilshri-s, Ilic tears which niw and then appeared ui baiita's oyes /is Ihe hoy talked to him could he plainly seen, Mis Ciillffian's warm Appreciation of the kindness shown her son v.n.s .vesterdav cvprc^scr! "I don't know how to thank nil (hose Rood people foi; uhat thoy have done. Thoy IJHVP mado Christmas tor my hoy trie moro happy than I dared hope lor. His condition !<? such thnt, of lourse, ho is linahle to onjov himself in the tame manner as the other children, but theso pi-cseius have ^l.iddencd his heart so much thnt his londuion is forgottfin in tho happy (houghts which tho room full of presents keeps constantly in his mind " ' CHRISTAIAS FESTIVAL IN HOLY TRINITY Lutheran Bible School Presents Fine Program An unusually intoiesllng! Christmas Christmas piogram was tendered by tho members of Holy Trinity laitheran Bible sc.hool last evening 'in tho parish parish building on Iverlfn sticet, aibove Third sLieet. .\ special serv.ce "U'ondcr Nie-ht" was rendered and the. sones, lecitntlons nnd exercises wore very much enjoyed. Those who took part arc Howard G'oigroi , Aillno Woodrow. Udward Cloigor, Jean Gteener, Florence Coa- lott. Kathryn Kennedy. George Kussell nobinson, Joseph Johnson, Jr., Ann Schlock, Anna Oandci, Ecina Olson, llolan Schre.lncr. Verna Shober, Rlla. Htajiloy, Helen Fischer, Dolores Hill, Doi is iUnqaw, Hull! Durslom, Albert Park, Clifford lliu- mon, Margaicl Kennedy, Saiah Kennedy, Kennedy, Alfied Coslett, Carl ii-raim' Hairy Pruvera, .Malcolm Davis, 1,011,1. M'rti-tin, iMnry Jlesl, Helen Weiuzel, r.iuliuo Hiu-mon, William Uowen. Thomaa Robinson, Dorothy lf|l) Russell Jones, Ijiithci* Scholi, Chariot Slehl, :\nd the scholars of Miss Katli- ryn Plei no's clabs. Tlewarcls for perfect atlendaiieo were slVen to tho followhiff: ivlHi- garet Stehl, Jamc.s Mos.ser, M^I-H Harry Powers, Alma Thomas. John L/indenberg-, Hairy Povveis, .Ir Tho tallowing wei o absent onrt tiuntlnv: Harry Poweis, fir,, Aithm- Chatten, Ueitha Hamonat, DoioUiy Havvtlioriie, Mildied Sent, John Cos- ielt, .Joiin Ureonleaf, Isaac Greenleaf Mis. John Jones, 11 own id Gelirei' Kdward Ueifjoi, Betty Meek, Katliryil Pinrco and Margaret Schiock. Thoso leceivcd snllabla rewaids. Uewards vveie also Riven to tlia following who missed but fvvo Sun- flays dnrinfir the year: Doiothy 1IHI t,ather Schlock, Ruth Ramonat, J3vpr-' ott Coslett, Philip Greenleaf. Charles Stehl, Wither I Loveland, Sirs Mary ^ischer, Mrs. Geoifja Ilili, Jfi g H UolKer and Violence Coslott. At tho conclusion of the program candy \vas distributed to all tho rne-nVbers of Iho school and tokens of appreciation given to Prof n K Moyer and Mrs. John 1. Meek, teachers teachers of the adult Bible classes. Last but not leaibt was iho presentation of n. subslantlrU purso to the pastor Tjy members of the congregation and School, not. R. K. Moyer made tho prcsentaition address and a fitting i espouse vvas givon by tha yiastoi. ACTRESS INJURED /Jy Uitilrd Ptrt* NICE, l^rance, Deo. ^7.—Marcotto Mllfod, a.ctreas, of New York, was badb cut when she fell umid lha glittering glasiware o£ a banquet table on which sho -was'dancing last night.