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December 23, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1933 tow about It, you stratosphere iorers? J'see anything up there t looked like Prosperity?--Cedar Mds Gazette. lie things that we cannot ·11 you are good wishes, hese are our gifts to you at Christmas time. ZARL GRUPP ;Meat Market ions ; 420 1339 N. Federal MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Bethlehem Church Children to Give Program on Sunday The children of the Bethlehem Lutheran church will give their Christmas -program on Sunday evening beginning- at 6 o'clock. The program will open with the processional of the children. As they enter in file they will sing "Come Hither. Ye Children." The program consists of responsive reading, recitations and the singing of old and new Christmas carols. While the primary class sings "Away in the Manger" a scene will be presented featuring two angels worshiping- at the manger by Francis Lofing and G^orgiana Clabaugh. Ths junior choir will also have part in the program singing two and three part songs. The pastor will give a short address on "Through Christ's Poverty We Have Become Rich." Sunday at Local Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT: Is. 11:9-"The aarlh shall be full of the knowledge of the ; Lord, as the waters cover the sea." Many a "fair, fat and forty" \yishes she hadn't, gone in for inflation when she did, and ia ready to agree with those financial advisers who tell the president that, once started, inflation is hard to stop or even-* to keep within reasonable bounds.--Detroit Free Press. Here's Our Wish Try as we may, we can't think of any other way to say it. "Merry Christmas" includes everything we could possibly wish you and it comes from the bottom of our heart. Mason City Baking Co* Yuletfde Greetings And may we be at your service to bring home to you HAPPINESS and CHEER. IN THE COMING days. L A, Page Lumber Co, 1 415 S. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 48 May the Christinas Season bring a full measure of happiness and joy to our many friends, and may it last the · entire year. Cash and Carry Cleaners 401 N. FEDERAL AVE. 213 S. FEDERAL AVE. 24 EAST STATE ST. M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S To You All To all of our friends and patrons we wish the most . joyous Christmas possible. May It tring you every good thing-, and may its happy cheer continue long- after the holiday is past. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. CHAS. M. GUNDERSON FRANK L. RYAN Our Best Wish to You and Yours Let Champlin Products Make Your Driving a Pleasure VERN HOWARD SERViCE Phone 479 GOODYEA.Il TIKES 11 So. Penn. Ave. WIJLLAFxD BATTERIES BAPTIST First--Sunday eclioot at D:45. Christina service 10:50. Prelude, "lUiapsody on O Carol Melodies," Mrs. J. E. Sttnehart. Prc cesskmnl, 'Joy to the World." Anthem .Dawn of Hope," Harry Rome SheeLey, o fertory, "Cradle Song," Jarnefeld, Mr. StEnehart. Duet, '.'i watted toe the Lord, Mendelasohn, Mrs. Carroll Yonkers and ills Nadine Kirarey. Reading, "A. Gilt for th Christ Child," Mrs. Forrest Jacobs. An them, "o Come to My Heart Lord Jesus, by Paul Ambrose, BeudJcUo'n. FoJtJuH ·Gloria," Itozart, Mrs. Stlneliart. Evcnln vespers at 5 p. m. Program by beginners primary and Junior departments oC the Sun day scUoDj. Beginners, pageant, presenta tlon of Santa's toy shop. Primaries, songs recitations and exercises, juniors, pagaan! "Gifts Unto His Manger BVtng." CATIIOLTO St. Jo*fi»1i--Masses nt 0, 8 and 10 a. m Benediction and rosary at 4 P. m.--The Rt Rev. p, s, O'Connor, pastor; the Kev I-'0-th«r Cossldy, assistant. Holy Family--Second street tiorthwest Sunday mosses at 7, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m-- The Jlev. R, P. Murphy, the Rev A Bohrer, assistant. Lel]lgh CnthoUc Cliapcl--- Service ever Sunday at 8:30 a. m. Confession befor mass. Catechism is mlnutea after mars -The Rev. John Canals. CHRISTIAN CHURCH First Church nf Christ, Scientist--Wash Ington and Third street northwest, Sunda' services, 11 a. m. Subject, "Chrlstlai Science." Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Wed neEday evening testimonial meeting 1 , 7:4 Heading room, east end of church. Week days, il a. m. to 5 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST First--Special Christmas service. 1 !. Elbl school 9:30. Morning worship, 10:45. Organ preludej "Adeste KIdells," Loret. Sob "Cantlque De Noel," Adams, by WnUact Allen. Offertory, violin soto, "The Birth' day oE a King," Neldllngcr, by Raymom ase. Choir anthem, "The Angel's Song," Dreasier, vlolJn obtigsto by Raymond ^BC. Sermon by pastor, "The Road lo Bethlehem.*' Postlude, "The Heavenn Are Tftl'lng," Haydn. The Bible school will give a 4 o'clock reaper service- The kindergarten, primacy, Junior and lilh school departments and the Junior church wtll each have part of the program. Virgil Hicks is In charge.--David Jj. Kratz, pastor, Dorothy H. Allen, orpanjst. CONGRKGATIONAL First--Bible school at 9:30 with a program by the primary assisted by the orchestra. At 10:45 the morning worship \\-\\\ open with organ selection by Mrs. Ehlertf followed by processional hymn. The Christmas mualc will be In charge Of the large chorus. At 4 o'clock thero will bo a Christmas vesper put on by the chorus chotr under direction of Mrs. Hostel tier. Dr. Dibble \vlll preach from the theme: "The common Jeaus."--William L. D£bhle f minister. KPlSCOE'AIj St. John's--Fourth Sunday in Advent. 8 a, m. holy communion. Special music, pre- Yule Greetings! And may Santa be very good to you and your dear ones. WATCHES BlctnehctrcKiy DIAMONDS I", 1 ) 6 ', "w. d S°. Flde!cs " Whiting; offertory, 'Holy Night" Gruber; postlufle, "Posttucie on an Old English Carol" Wcstbrook. 0:15. Christmas service with classes lor instruction it a. m., roornlDs prayer and sermon. Bpsclal music, prelude, "Calm as the Nl B hi" Gaul; offertory, a baritone solo -by Edwin Hclbllng, "Thou Hast Gono Up on Hieh" Hnnileli postlude, "Gloria From the Twelfth Mass" Mozart. 11:10 p. m. annual Christmas eve midnight service. The choir will stn£ Gounod's "Twelfth Mass " Special music, prelude, "The Heavens Are Telllne" Haydn: "Vox Angelica" Henrtch; "Hosannah to God" Wflchg; Introlt, "O Holy Night" Adams; sequence anthem "silent Night" Jlohr; sermon anthem, "Tho Birthday of a Kins" NUdllngcr; offertory "Glory to God In the Highest" Pergoleal: "The Seven-Fold Amen' SUIner; postlude "Hallelujah Chorus" Handel. Monday, Christmas day. 9 a- m., celebration of the holy communion Tuesday. 7:30 n. m., St. John's Boy Scouts In the guild hall. Wednesday, 7:30 p m choir rehearsal In church.--The Rev. Honer't M. Bedenbaugh, reciur. EVANGELICAL Grace*--1400 North Adams avenue 10 Sunday school. 11, morning service for worship. Christmas messago and music. 0:45 junior, Intermediate and senior league services. 7:30, sacred cantata, "The Child Jesus." 7:30 Wednesday, the annual business meeting and election of officers of the Sunday school and of the congregation z Thursday, annual business mestlng and election of officers of the senior league ol Christian endeavor.--H. C. Brunemeler, minister. _ LUTHERAN Bethlehem--Between Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware. 9 a. m., graded Sunday school and Bible classes. 10 a m English service. 11 a. m., German service' The pastor will preach on "Hall to the Lord's Anointed, Great David's Greater Son" according to Jcr. 33. 14-18. Sunday evening beginning at 6 o'clock the children's Christmas program -will be given with an address by the pastor on "Through Christ's poverty We Have Become Rich"--· 2 Cor. B. 0. Monday morning on Christmas lay two services will be held, English at 10 o'clock nnd German at 11 o'clock. Tile pastor's sermon will be on "Why Do We of the Twentieth Century Still Worship the Babe of Bethlehem?" according to Hebr '2, 1-12. The senior choir will sing "G/ory o the New Born Klnc." Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday mornings at 0 o'clock con- Irmatlon instruction. Tuesday evening the German church council meets at the home f John Speakar, Sr., 1330 Elm drive.-C. A. Hlaz. pastor. Central--Where State crosses Connecli- ut. The Her. Walter H. Kampen, pastor; Jrs. O. C. Sorllen. pianist and choir dl- cctor; B. C. Martin, church school super- lendcnt. Church school -with adult Bible lasses, 3:45 a. m. Divine worship, 31 a. m. ermon theme. "Where All the World Icets." Prelude: "The First Noel," Howrd: anthem: "The Birthday of a King." reldltngcr; offertory solo: "Gesu Samhlno " letro A. Yow, sung by Clifford Egeert; ostlude, "Angels Ever Bright and Fair" ·anuel. Monday. Dec. 25, o n. m., canufe- 6ht service. Sermon theme: "Behold, a hlld la Born." Prelude, "Silent Night " 'ohlnian; anthem: "Sing, o Heavens," owes; offertory ffolo, "The Glory of Uie ord." Mm. Phillip Jacobson; miaitei, Holy Night. Peaceful Night," Hawley, Mrs E. Relshus. Clifford Eggert, Miss Millie yc, o. C. Sorllen; postlude, "Hark, the erald Angels sing," .Mendelssohn. Sunday ec. 24, 5 p. m.. the church school chrlat- ns program. Tuesday, Dec. 26, 8 p. m.. the holr presents "The Christmas Messiah." /ednestlay, 2:30 p. m.. the Ladles' guild eets nt the church. The officers of Uie ulld will entertain. Jmmnnucl--corner Fifth and Jersey ave- le southeast. Sunday school at 9:30. Wor- ilp at 10:30, Sermon, "The Forerunner he Man and His Testimony." Hualc for this ervlce will consist of a duet. "The Guiding tar," sung by Daisy Holt and Ethel Walls- og, and the anthem, "Nazareth," Gounod, WfBdahl speaker. 9:ao.-- B. sung by lha churcn choir. At o'clock th children's Christmas program will be Rtv«j The festival Christmas service will be i 6 a. m; on Monday. Sermon, "The Peae of Christ." Music by quartet and churc choir. Tne board of administration will mi Wednesday at 7:30. Thu Luther league w meot- Thursday at 8. The Rev. O. L. , . 0( Trln , |y clmrc)l wl|| be , h Confirmation class Saturday a T. Ert\o!ra. pastor. . ""'Savior's--Corner Jefferson and Twen ty-imn southwest. Morning worship at sermon theme. "Witnesses of Jesus," Joh 5: 31-39. Sunday school at 10. Classes to all ages. Festive Christmas scrvlcw MOD 5°y "' 9 . s" m °n. "The Christ Child." Luk 2: 1-14. Sunday school program and Chris mas tree at 5 o'clock Monday atlernoon.-- H. O. Urrjess, pastor. St. Jamri--502 Sixth street soutlnas Graded Sunday school at 0 n. m Pea «ohr, superintendent. Ella Wolsnak, seer tary and treasurer. No church service Sun day. Chlldrens' Christmas program at · ?· "J- an * 7;3 0 r. .m. Older people com In the morning and the younger Bet In th people. Choir meets Friday. 7-3^ aC i? n Junior choir Saturday at 4?2o p. m. Con 'inflation class meets only Baturday. P. m. Dec. 31, American services at 1 ». m. with communion In English. Dec. : Qerman services at 1:30 p. m. Jan. i German at 11 a. TO. Yearly jnEetlriz mSm" members 8 rfo't ., £ r a ' "" * om .M 0 '!? sK4\°£jg/a»V 0 " B ° uth avenui «. a ,"", tlay schOT1 and Bible classes « r ° c!ock -, 3 - I- Wik, superlnt.nden 5 " St ° :45 °' ctock ' Fr , ' orchestra; girl,' quarte ot Bethlehem," p. Aht; solo t , T 110 Birthday inger; choir, "Sohcmta rc .s' EleI!l; «TM=". "ChrTs? to the World," John 5, 31-39 . Miss Clarence Odden, "The Hoi Mother Sings," JTcKlnney: offertory. "Th Cnm« n Comes Once . choJr will '* RI »BlnK." P. Meliu n; sermon, "Our Savior's Birth.' . ; sol °' ** lKt *- MlM nikka If' The Hap W Christmas More," ana postlude, "Nuw m., tha Trinity Chrlstman tree service. Thursday' Dec ' . a t 7:30 p. m . Jlinlor Luther league .tmas prop-am and social. Friday, Dec Mr. and Mrs. Fink wish all of their friends, old and new, a . . . . Merry Christmas FINK'S SMART APPAREL All Is Well, All fs Bright A ND from'our hearts we wish you a Merry. Christmas and Joy and Good Will !n everything you do. We are deeply grateful for the attention you have given us all during the past year. Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. PHONE 2087 22 2nd ST. N. E. o0 p. ro . classes l, pastor. -Ladies' Aid Saturday, Dec. 30, at usual hour.--O. North Delaware confir- L. N. mon, John "Christ's Challenge 5. 31-39. Sunday 51 the World, ol and Bibl **^£gTM clay, L. N. wigdahl. pas'tor. BIETItODIST -- --......., program, which consists of'vmcn recitations and exercl.es. wm be held rat .irony evening at 7:30. Sunday school !,,,,. day morning at 10 o'clock. The lilltrlct BU. nerlirtenaent, W. c. Mav!«, will bring th, lcei 5 co 1 n a d"u«e SSaBa "* " * ' V " P " '"" B. m. This service is open to all who care to attend. Evening service., at 7:30 Th ??V V ', C - JUv " WIU M " K 111B "i«»TM At the close of the Ben-Ice the young pet We of tho clmrcli will K ln g cam's for the dick and shutlna. Church prayer meetlni mS'er 1 ' CVen '" S a ' ' !3 °--·*· W. sSdt' Zloti--East Slate and Hook Glenn. At fl:l! a. TO. German service, at 10 Sunday schoo jnd at 11 o'clock -n-orslilo In English. Al i P. m. Christmas program. The prayei ?m £*· i W S. " wa3 Poisoned last week will be at Fritz Dllilman's Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock---c. w. Kohler, pastor I'RESl'.YTEIHAN First--Ninth norlhwest at WaEhlngton 9:45 a. m., church school. 11 a. m morn ing worship. This will be a service of musli } Tlt 1i, a 1 ri ? C lallc by lhe P"tor. Anthem, liy the choir, vocal and Instrumental dueli and solos comprise the program. 1:30 p. m , cniltlren s program. No evening services George K. Davles, minister. East Side--11 a. m., church school.--Bud Conlcn, superintendent. ^ We warmly thank you for the friendly patronage and courtesies you have granted us during the past year. 85 13 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. . Alliance -- BIG North Delaware avenue Sunday, Bible school 10: Christmas service U; youns people's meeting at 7: evancells- tlc service, at B. Subjects: Mornlnj; "The Real Meaning of Christmas. Evening "The forgotten Appointment." The Christmas program ivlll he presented by the Sunday school on Monday nl s bt at 8 o'clock. The senior department will present a sacred Play based on the Christmas story ana the Junior and primary departments win E t V o a program of songs and recitations by trie little lolks. Tho missionary band meets Wednesday afternoon at 2 and the choir WJJ] practice Thursday nleht at a. -- L. A. Perkins, minister. Good will MlMlnn -- 1631 North Monroe. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preachlnr at 3. Park Anderson from Taylor university will preach, young people's meetlns at 7:30.- Preaching at 8. Christmas rehearsal Saturday at 2:30. chrtttmas festival Wednesday, cec. 27, with Christmas program and cos- pel service.-- Ida O. Helgen, minister. Church of the Nazarene -- 333 West Stale street. Sunday school nt 0:45. Mrs. Robert Wybomy, superintendent. Children's church service at 10:15. Preaching service at 11 Subject, t'Jeaus the Wonderful." Young people's meeting at 1M5 with Miss Helen MerWIn lender. At 7:30 a Christmas service In song and story, entitled, "Wonderful," will be given by the young people. Following the program Evnngellst H. A. Chaney will brlni; a message. Prayer meeting at the church Wednesday evening. -- F. H. Enoch, pastor. Children to Give Program Sunday at Presbyterian Church Tlie Christmas program .by the children of the Sunday school of the First Presbyterian church will be presented Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the church. The feature of the program will be a Christmas pageant of the nations by the beginners' department, directed by Mrs. H. K. Jones and Margaret Hotehkln. The program includes the following numbers: "Christmas Thoughts," Marion Johnston; "St. Nick Is Night," Betty Easley; "Tommy's Reflection," Walter Rae; "Christmas Day," Patay Kragcr; "Long Ago," Rae Randall; '"Bout a Million," Ardith Pro- bertr "Empty Stockings," Phyll Jones; "Christmas," Howard Clem ent; "Peace'on Earth," Tommy We: len; "Ding Dong," Robert Gusta: son; "At Seven in the Morning, Robert Easley; "The Stocking Christmas," class of Ollie Easley. "A Christmas Query," class o Marjorie Green; "A Christmas Car ol," class of Betty Green; "A Firs Christmas," class of Marjorie Tap Hn; "A Star," class of Hazel Scott "Santa Glaus," class of Mrs. Robei Jones; "My Stocking," class of Rich ard Mettler; "Christmas Morning Robert Knapp; "Present for Mam ma," Clay Thomas; "Christma Time," Nell Meuwissen; "Jack Tree," Dean Hitchcock; "Two Re quests," Lyle Gustafson; "Rldin With Santa,' 1 Jack Kaufmann; " Christmas Question," Kenneth Hed ricks and Clifton Randall; "Sant Glaus," class of Mrs. Hanes; "Th Wise Men," class of Mrs. Hanes "The Night Before Christmas," Dor othy Lytle and Alison Davies; "Th Christmas Story," Jean Meuwissei Trinity Lutherans to Give Program at 4:30 P. M. Sunda; The Trinity Lutheran S und a school Christmas tree service will b held Sunday at 4:30 p. m. at th church, 508 South Pennsylvania ave nue. Following la the program: Proces sional, "Hark, the Herald Angel Sing," by orchestra; "Come Hither Ye Faithful," orchestra and Sunda school; prayer, Pastor O. L. N. Wig dhl; "Welcome," Earl Peterson; " Am Jesus' Little Lamb," klndergar ten class; recitation, kindergarten class; "Away In a Manger," kinder garten class; recitation, kindergar ten class; recitation, "What Shal We Call Him," Gladys Wigdahl ant George Kallas; song, "The Happ Christmas Comes Once More," firs jrade; recitation, "My Little Piece, 1 Marie Zorcas; recitation, "Merry Christmas," Patty Lennan; reclta :lon, "Christmas Resolutions," sec ond grade boys and girls; song, "Thj Little Ones, Dear Lord Are We,' second grade; recitation, "Gifts to Let Christmas mark the beginning of a long pe- i riod of health, love, good will and prosperity. 29y 2 EAST STATE HEAR YE! HEAR YE! MERRIE CHRISTMAS CHEERIE NEW YEAR Our wish to you for happiness and joy always KLIPTO Loose Leaf 15 South Delaware Phone 45 May your Christmas abound in all that is' dearest to you and your family. Chapin- O'Neil PHONE 1606 302 S. MONROE Bringr," third grade girls and boys. Song, "Come in, Lord Jesus," third grrade girls and boys; recitation, "Glory to God in the Highest," fourth grade girls; song, "O Come, Little Children," fourth grade girls; recitation, "No Room," R o b e r t Queenrud, Wayne Moen and Dwayne Brackey; songs, "Silent Night" and "Hark, What Means Those Holy Voices," junior choir; recitation, "Christmas Acrostic," fifth grade girls; recitation, "Three Wise Men," Arvid Holmcn, Rollo' Pencook and Patrick Curtain; recitation, "A Boy's Prayer," Keith Loterbour; recitation, "Our Motto," sixth grade girls; duet, "In Manger Bed," Ruth Wigdahl and Doris Wolean; recitation, "None Like Thee, Lord Jesus," sixth grade boys; recitation, "Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus," Richard Het}and; song, "Beautiful Savior," F. Melius Christiansen, sixth grade girls and boys; recitation, "On the Program," Cleone Michael; offertory, orchestra; closing song, "O, Little Town of Bethlehem." To all of our friends and patrons we wish the most joyous Christmas possible. May it bring you every good thing, and may its happy cheer continue long after the holiday is past. J. C. PENNEY CO. DEPARTMENT STORE 20 South Federal Ave. erry staias 119 South Federal Avc. a I I) HAPPINESS sWe Wish You a Merry Christmas "UK AN IDEAL AMERICAN CUSTOJIEU" BE MERRY AMD HAPPX OKJ CHRISTMAS r^OR IT 15 A WOKIDERRJL BUT PLEASEV'NOTE THAT WARMTH OF GOOD FEELIMG WOM'T KEEP icy BREEZES AWA SO BE SURE THATOUf? COA^S IM VOUR FURMACE SO MERRVAVJD WARN! VOU WILL BE -' FOR WARMTH FROM THE FURMACE * -- PLUS WARMTH FROM THE HEART /£-MAKES CHEISTMAS vJUSTWHAT IT SHOULD BE. e.,.^..^.,,^ ALL SET FOR CHBISTMAS WITH OUR COAL? BURN' BtACK ; ~DffiM'ONQ-«FORJlEilL CdMFflRT CO. : MASON CITY SOI THIRD Sfr. foE;r * PHONE 563

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