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NACOATUCK NKWS, (CONN.), !HAT|!ttT>AY. DKfl. M, IMA .ww&aw®^^ Traditional Christmas Programs Arranged Tonight, Tomorrow In Naugatuck Churches '«irocmw«CHEtcic<cict^^ 6 Masses In St. Francis' Christmas An Pop" Pin* Xir opens the jubilee In Home, »t. Prancln' church •will Join In fhc religious celetora- tlon with n special program OhrlnUmui Dny. The Tlov. Pnul F. K«u.tlng. ttxuttor, announced today that Manses will he celebrated every hour from 6 to 11 o'clock. The latter MO.VI will lie u high M-.uw. UoKtnnInK with the 8 o'clock Mu»« C*iri»tmuji hymn* will be ming. wllh the boys' choir to fling nt this Mn»». Member* of the boy'n choir (ire: Cfcrlntophw She«<ly. Jowph Kobert». Charles Kennedy. John Pln- ho. Mlchn^l Churcfcolow. John Re- Boii. Timothy Cnrmody, Klchnrd CijrnoUI. William Curtln, Thomas Donnelly. Robert Weaving, James Murrican. John Holland, Robert Marqulft. J'uurph FiiPtudo, John C»»p«r. Vincent l^upo. Jumwi Gnr- fleld. Jonoph Dinncny, Charlon Klukln, Thomafl Ward. JoHnph Hntlor. Jumna Xonton nnd Wll- llnm Fruln. The choir will King <h« following program: Before Mann, "The Living Scn«" »>y Wllnon: boforo Oou>«l. "The O»rl«tman Hone" by Yon; nt Offertory, "Silent Night"; at communion. "Slumber Song", by Kountz; after communion, "To fOurth 1I»» Hlghoirt Heavon Descended" by Gounod; rccMwIonal, "O Holy Night" by Adam. At Iho 0 o'clock MII»» tho junior choir compound^ " f nlKn *>' ;1v> " 1 icirln attending Bacred Heart High and Nuugntuck High will iilng '-he fallowing program: Procowilonnl, •In Old Judnn". Anolonl Mnlody; off«rto«-y. "Silent Night" toy F. •Oruber; "Gesu Bambino" by Yon; "O Holy Night" by Adam; recoK- Klonnl. '^hrlBUnnB Wolln" by A, OuiUnant. Members of the Junior choir ore; Carole Hackett. Nancy Klukln. Patricia RrRnn, Dorothy Farrnr, Bhlrley Errico, Jon.n Dunn, Dolo- TIW Ml«l». Grace MeNameo, Wilmn Weaving. Joan Butler. Mary J. BIcKnrdlke. Bnrbnrn Brrnult. Carol Keller. (Mai-Karat Kroehllch, M«ry u«imtii|«ry. Mllvlna lOdoro- nU, Anna Clrello, Barbara McCarthy, Mary McNnmeo, Holan Hohlllor l<t«!lil« Zuccarelll, K«tslnti Brsr.link, Kellcn Knrritr, Margn- Tet Hackett. Asnes Ujkltco. Pa- trlcin Snndorn, Jonn Sullivan, Ix>r- raln« Tcllou, Margaret MeCJuire, Dorothy Furtodo, Phyllis rrrnhiim, Florence King. Joan Loklfls. E>l«^n Phillip". Cntherlno Tiiohy. Miu'lunnr Stokni. ttlonnor Kurta- do. AnIUi Murlino. The girls' choir, composed of (Tlrlt from flt. Francis' parochial K-hool. and known lui fho Girls Gregorian choir, will «ln« the following program at the 10 o'clock Mnw. Processional. "Joy Un* All the WorUl" by Kountz bofore Oon- Mi. "The Chrl»tmwi Tree" by Yon; ,U offttrtory, "Silent Night": ftt communion. "Slumber SonR" by Kountx; after communion. "O Holy NlKht" by Adam. M«nb»r» of the choir ur«t: Pa- trlcln Broderlck, Patricia Dtx))ey, Mnry iMnln, Muriel Orennn, Frnn- c« Visrla. Mary Biuito», Cutherine I>ok Iteii,JOMI Thurston, Jacqueline Ardry, Allco Oiynn, Lenorc Klo<-, Joan Cownn. 8w.rn1i H\idncr, Joan Murphy. J»an KrnJilnskl, Hhlrlry Ottbrl«l«KI, Florence Phll- ltp«. Ann Lafo, Jane Nolan, Marl* Romnnn. Brverly Burns. Jean- nolte Civugler. l^mlln Oallajfhor, Jnn«t Monahan, Ocraldlne Brown, Barbara Oliver, toretta Lytlo, Ethel Vent. Ann Aiimto. Mary J^ynch, Kllzti- b»th LeniY. Bart>ara FUhcrinan. Veronica Oraveaon, Ai'lcno 8pur- oirky, Ann Ash, Marlon Hobcn, Tlo!>ornnrl« nradonlnlk, Plnrio Srvll- r.itrdl. I'lilrlrln Wttlnh. Dolor«n Vorn. Uols Velllette. Klulnu Malalo, Xlnrl? Snntos. Arlayne Brown. Culhorlni) Ouffy, Miiryann I>n- ley, Elalno Murphy. Marlon Fllnr nownkl, Doloren Pnvnn. PiUrlcia Quinn. Judith Andrndc, Manfue- rlt" Walt". Judith Oroer. Jncquo- llne HoRgo. Uonnln Fltzgorald, 1*- ttbul F«rnand«». Barbara VwsktuiM- kas, Judith Hankey. Katherlne Kenny. Joan Ardry. MarRarnt Hy»n Darin Vo«t. Homrtnary TaUjfl- nn. Mnurnen Oarrlck, Patricia Old- Intrhcr. Janet Breault. Marilyn B«-!d. Barbara Errlco, Judith Fo Iry. At th« 11 o'clock lilKh MIIIIH th« projtratn of the iwnlor choir will be HX follows: Processional, "O Holy Nl«fhl" by Ad»tm; Anpe Mr by F. T. O'Brien; Kyrie from The Christmas Carol Mas» by J Kwmon; Gloria by J. Kormnn; af- ttT the *«irm«n tho full r.horu* will sin* the Cccdo from Kormann Man>; ofTfrlory. Ad«nte FldoleM i«> lo and chorus-Traditional. Stinc tun nnd Agnuw Doi from J. KOI' mans Christmas Carol Mniw: ro- CMSlonaJ. Mark; the Her alt Angels Sing by Hiiyden. Members of (hi? innlor chol nre: Helen Farrnr Mary Mtithleu M«ry Donahue. Oortfudc O«mck< Eleanor Oemcke, Harriet I,oomls Stephen Owens. Orojrory Phnlnt nnd Irene Noul. Oholr Boyn At eaoh Mn»» nt Mi<- «ff<«rlnr> one of the choir bovn will wlnir th »olo from the sanctuary. Tho»« ulneintf at the various Masse-? are Chnrles Kennedy. S o'clock: Ro»» rr( Weaving and Joiif-ph Dlnneny 9 o'clock: John Holland. 10 o'clock Yhc boys will sing Silent Nlttfi and nt the hiKh Mass. Wlllla Curtln will King Adeste Kldoles. At All MIWM«, Edward OrlfflU will preside at the organ, nnd Jo seph. Coppola will be hoard In vlo 110 MTlMtiOB*. Midnight Services To Be Conducted In Five Local Protestant Churches Ki'i'vii-i'H r.oiiiiMi'iiioriitiiiK I lit' hirlh in Ideal I'roU'Nliilit. itnd Catholic, c.lmrrlx'K. Although the (.'liriKliiiim Hl.ory Inis IK-CII (.old wonlH for ninny cniH, iln Hi^niricii'ici' IIIIH ni-vi'r tin- duy IN invititcd thin your, IIH in Ilitmc ol' UK ('hr)Ht.MiiiK i.s n day when J'liniilii-H it re I,(>K< holid'ay l'nllin« on .Sunday, them- I'mnily groupi- of Cliritit will be held !oiii«li| nnd toinorrow uid rcluld llirnn^li Hi been |OH(.. It IH with (Hint. liiT, nnd iiiiirc tluin ever HiiK w '" altend c.liiirdl) KerviecH JIH inediiiiii of miiHii: nnd antiei|iiition lluil, yeur, with u unit. !n HiM'ordaneo witji n filling made several yenrn ngo by tin- JV|o«l. Hov. Henry .1. O'Drittn, bishop of Hartford, 1lier<> will be no midnight. MiiHse,s in CtiUiolie (ilinrebeK )''ive nion the, oea) |)rotentiint elnirelieK will nondintl, NerviceH nl imherinn in the f«<Ht.iv(! oena- St. Mickdel'ti ChrlHttnas services to bo conducted by the Rev. Wlnfred 13. ijinKborst, rector of St. Ml<:hnnV« 15|il«< upal Church, opnn with a ChrlntmuH Kv«i sarvlun tonlK'it. Tho traditional midnight ^orvlco an<l rh(tnil r iil«-bratlon of Hu.y Communion will bo hold at It 30 o'clock. U»ht\rti will b« Curl And-ir- BOII, Arthur Pager, Hoabury Hun- Korford, Wttllucci Noble; ncolylim, Karl I'hlllipii, Donald Fowler, Burry lx>ckwood, Warron Stiivcn- son and William Krodel. Tho olror- tory nnthtvm will bo it m'loctlon of old (,'lnliiimiiM ctnroln. Holy Communion will bo unrvvd ChrlntmaH Day morning at H o'clock with u'lhoi'M l<.» bo Ca.'H.tli* H, Tntlln find Jar.ob Kmtllng. Iwirl I'hllllpA will bo thn Horvor. At tho 10:30 o'clock fiorvli /• nnhorH will be Fremont Hoadlvy, Jnm«m Lyono, Krodori<:k Nawr,i.tM and William Noblo, Jr; «orvi'r<(, 'iRlchard Mortenson ^and RorinlJ Orolo. The iinthom, 'Tn DulclM .iubllo," will bit IIUHK by tho gram mar school glrlM oholr, of Sandra Anderson, Sandra Afth- man, Sharon Ashman, Harriot ICd- qulsl, Oruce Piilrchlld, Ki>nnann» Polrchlld, Kllx.iib(ilh Kowlor, Kt>- bortn Froc. Bottlnn Orant, Non-u'i Holmes, Doloron Kolsoy, Hllnrv !.<nnKhorst, Mui'iia Morllomoyoi , Knron ),ockwoi)rt, Cltirlco Mooi'p, Jeiin Krotlol, IClalno Moore, 1JC' bornh Oixlyko, Cynthia Ptmsk.'n nnil Vli'Kluin Mrhlnnsni', Any rimnpiunlriinln, nli'U or oliill In, unable to come to church to iTccivo Holy Communion dui'ln,( I ho Christmas snnson urn attknd to notify tho rector or parish miti-i— t«ry, telephoiut, 301(1, in order tiittt n convonlrnt time may no »r- runKod for tho administration m tholr hom««. Tuesday, Dec. 27, 7:30 p. HI., Plnymakern cohoiirHal Thursday, Doc. 29, 3:80 ;>. m , tfrarnmiir «choo| girln choir )•/:• iieiirsal; 7 p. in.., iidult choir ru- Wilside Qongregajtiona I The ml<l(.'on - Friday, Doc. 30, 7 p. holr rchc'iraul; 7:80 p. M I'uhonriiul. , bojh PUiy- Salem Lutheran Congregational Tho Ki-v. Wlllnrd B. Sopor, rnln- lur, will conduct tho ChrlHtmiu) ~)ny morning ««rvlci) In thi> Con- relational church at 11 o'clock, 'ho program will (upon with tho rgnn proludo l»y Mr«. Charlon D. ilcCloary, orgnnlnt, lo Include th<i election? "O Sancllfflslma" by Lux; Sllont NlKhl" by Grubor-Kohl- Tinnn; "Adiwlo Fldolnn" by Willing. Tho procoiuilonn.1 hymn will "Hark! the Herald AngolB Sing", after which tho invocation xlll be given and tho Lord's Pray- r recltnd. Tho iierllpiturcii will bo ..uko 2:1-0. Tho junior choir will InB, "Joseph Came Booking" by Wllloiiwhby und "All My Moart Phis Night Kejiilcnn" l»y York, Tho locond scripture leading will .bo .uke 2:(V-14, A enrol, "\j», ]lo\v n. tone IC'or Blooming" by PraMo- •lun will be hoard prior lo tho ilnglng of thn enrol. "Hllvnt Night, Holy NlghL" The offertory music will ho, "Go Toll It On tho Moun- aln" arranged by Work. A hymn, 'O 1-lttlfl Town of Balhli/heni" will >e heard before the sermon, "The Stnr". Tho combined choirs will "Ing Iho CMUV)|, "Oomi liiunlilno" >v Yon and Iho congrogtitlon will nlnp the . hymn,- "Joy to the World " Aflor Iho banedlcllon thoro will be a Choral ratiponiMi, id tho poHtludo will bo, "For UH Child IB Horn" by Bach. IJshcrB foro tho worvlco will bo Arthur E. Andomori, Harry A. An- rwn, William G. Bolon, Curlton W. Bristol, K<ybcil W. Brodle, William M. Chlttondon. TuoBdny, H p, m., board of dou- frinn nnd drncononHisa will moot, in Iho Hiitirtunry. TIIOHO uniting with Iho chuivh on confesHlnn of faith lire oxkiid lo m«ol with th«i board that evening. Wednesday, Tho 2!>th nnmial Christmas dance, The Holly Hop. will ho held under the nimpicon of Iho Parish PlnyiirM, Tlui yomignl ivup'le will havo the floor from 7 to 0 o'clock. Tho high school ago nml mlulln will hnvo thn floor from U to 1 o'clock. It In a aeini. formal dnnca and music will bo furrilwhod by Joe Rock nnd his or- choHtrn. Thumdiiy, 7:.'i() p. m,, Hoy Hcmit (r.iop. No, 2. Next Sunday, the Sacramci.nl of the Lord'n I'rnyor' Now momhorn also will bo wolcomod into follow- Hhlp. In tho evening there will bo the traditional candlelight service nt 8 o'clock. VlBltoi-M arc roqtiefitod lo nlgn tho guest book In tho voBtlbulo. The Aid Soolely will holds Us annual lunohoon nnd mooting Wod- noj4ny, January 4, t rndlUim'il ChrlMtinn. 1 ) rilKht worvlco 'it tho Illlltildi- groKatlotial church will bo '.'ori- ductocl by Iho Hov. Harry .). JDkn- tam lit 12:01 o'clock, nl which limn tho church olmlr will MliiK nni! tho pastor will dpenh On th' 1 thomo, "How Fur to Hi'thlohom?" ICvoryoni: i« Invited to tho Insplrn- llnnul "iri-vlcit. A Chrlnlmiut rui-ol, "11 Cn.mo Ul|,'ori 't'h' 1 Midnight Clo.ar," will be nunj; by tho con- Kri'Kat.loti. Oirlnliniift Humlny morning worship will be hold ill II o'clock. Tin- church choir will nlng and tho mlrilnlor will spnn.ll <in tho tuple, "Tho Mghl of Uio World," Tho Himday Hlbln school Ohrlsl- miiH fOBllval will bo hold Monday nflrrnuon nt o o'clock, wllh arrangements In charge of If.Ilon Abrnmiion, rtunday iichoo) mipor- Intondcnl. and Mli9^ Vcrna Ander- Bon. primary tiuperlnlandant. Tho following . r.hlldrnn will par- llclpatu In tlio primary oxorclmm: .Philip Haas, Bcott McNflllly, Mm- Knrnl Konn, Hhlrloy Bunco, Nancy Cook. Hurry J.lmlnn, Alnxiindnr Komi, Barbara Touch, Oub'iriuh Schonck, Kobnrt Luce, ICIIon Hun- bury, nohnrt tuition, Wllllnm Clar- riolil, rtohnrt Moral, Puul Bradford, Marilyn Ixthmun, Lcnilwc NolKiii, Kni'oti hVwtinBim. Ellon Ann Cnmpbell, Ronald An- domiin, l.lndn nrndford, John K'i- tiu, Kiill.isi Inn I.iilllnn, IJiKi.|jliin Kirk Wllllnm Hwanson, lOllon IV- dcrson, Robert IjnmbrldeB, Betty Hunibury, Jiinlr.n IHirlnnlt, Tlari- dnlph llahlln, Polar Amloi'iion, Polly Adninx. Dana Fox, Martha Linden, Gall Ailninn. Jonn I>uco, BiiKiinno Mc- Nnlll, PnlrlRln. Wii/ulo, Mobiu-t, Dnh- lln, Putor Dublin, lt«l>ort Wnndo, Bcglnn Wiisclo, TJnda Johnflon, Hanilra Buunco, Kiiinicll Drnilford, Joivnno I.*ohmiu^, Robert. Ijuhitmn, John Podorrton The Junloi-B Intoi-modlalL-B and of tho Humln.y w.hool will pnrllclpalp In Tho Chrl»lmii.i Ht<;- ry n« follows: Prologuo, Carol Wnlto; JoBtiph, Dnlo Williams; Mary, Carol Gustnfson: shcphords, Jon Nolnon, David Tlnppo, Richard Curtlw, Rohorl Ni'lnon, VVII- Hum Lambrldoa, Orovor Fox, Tho- moB I>yons, I>nvld Vougrtit, Kon- noth Touch, Kenmil-h Hunbury, Gn- ry Richai'dHon, Itonnld Moffnt.t, Raymond Touch. Volcti of tho shi»ph(M'desn, Ruth AbrnniHon, rlilldron at tho man- K«r, Judy BurlnoU, Kiirrn Kirk, Barbara Moody, iPrlucllln Rappo, Joan Schenck. Sally Kason, Jotin Wn-ido; Iho Thrno Klngn, Htuvon llnun, llonry flumhln, Oooffrny Wllnon; fllrnnoni Jool Nolnon; a little ohlld, Janot 1-l/ios; Mnry'n npokcBinixn, Dlanne I^iihlln. IGplloguo IC-pllogiio, Ulnne ICiutoliitail; the enrol BlngorB, Phyllis Wobwlnr, I^olB Fox, Glendii Hurt noil, Fny T'oilor- Non, Frodorlok 'PntnrHon, UrtiiMi l£rlckson, Richard Andorson. Oa'tii- t-t'H frjr Iho i?vonliij{ will hn Dniikil J-^tinlhi-ltlnM, Hrnxton Nolnon, Don- nlil Hunbury and Arnold Wnltn Tho chlldron'B choir, under tho direction of Mm. Gordon Andnr- wlll ipiirthitpnln, fiiptnlxirs bi>Huth A.bruimiton,, Burtnolt, Judy Btirlnet.t, Dlanne Hnhlln, Dlnno EngolBtnd, l,o\a Fox, Curol Guntn.fnon, Tliomun 'Bur.buru 'Moody, Joel Nolwon, Jon NolMon and 1'hylllB WoD>«ti>r. A Now Yonr'fl invo pnrty hnfl boon plannt-d for tliiit ovonlng nl t' o'clock for both you!hit nnd Tho Rev. Donald U Kent, pastor will oonduct a ChrlatmaB ffivo Hervle.n ntnrt.lriK nt :11 o'clock to- nlKhl In the .Mnlivin l/uthoniii church Herbort. J. Bohlin, organlnt, will ,'•••11 t'h" norvlco with tho proludoM, (^lirlMmiui ICv^'* by Munro-Cot- lonw, unit "An inlm'UuUt nn Hllnttt Night" by Blank. The procoBslonal hymn, "Como Hither Yo Faithful," will ho followed by th« Inlroll, confuNMtori of Minn, Kyrle, Gloria In IDx'cplHiB, Ralutallon, colloot for f 'hrltilmun, ICplrUlo lnwion, hymn, "Hlli'iit Night, Holy Night," Oonpol IOHHOII anil tho A||w>iitlr»' CroiHl, Thn I<utJh.or nnd Snlom cholrn will iiliif the iinth^im "C4ilm on tho Night" by H'lirkn, and aflor t,ho nnnininiMtirnmlw tho congregation will sing tlio hymn, "O Lltllo 'I\>wn of BeUilohom." Tho Hov. K«nt. will deliver t.iio ChrlntmiLii moowigo on the Iliomn, "As We Return to Bethlehem," Tho response, "Croat o In Mo n Clnnn Heart O Ood 1 ," will prncndo tho nlnglnK of another anthem, ' Whllo HhephordB Wnitflliud 'J<lielr Sheep" arranKQil l>y Hugo JunRiit, i»y tho filiolrB. Aflwr the HlriK'Ing of tho hymn, "All Hall To Thee O Blowiod Morn 1 ," the Biilutnllon, prayer of tho churnh, liord'w Prnyor, BonillciiimiiH and Boniidtntlon wll) he tinld. The rer.eHUliiliiil poittlllde will ho "Noel" by Gullmnnt. Al thn Ohrliilnnns Dwy norvlce nt II n'lileek, th* I'tnv. Korit will ile- llvei 1 (hi! holklny mwnmi(5ii on Ihn topic "God'H auprnmo GH't." Mu- I'.-lc will Includu: Proludn, "A Ixwn- ly ROHO I» Ulournlng" by Bralim»; :m!'h''in by Hunduy <tchocil choir, Christmas In Come" by Peory; nth«*m by ctn.ilr, "Olory to Ood" y r*nnh; nnthein liy Hnloin I'linlr, Whilo Hluiphofdn Wntuhod Their hoop" by Junifst, «ind the post- iiln, "Tho Proccwlon ol tho MiJI" y Mn.llurd. Salurdiiy, Dec. 31, 11:15 p, m, i 12 midnight, New Year's live itlch night B«rvl«o. mlultn. Kftllt/wlna tho pnrty n smorgiiBbord will bp served by the I/adlon' auxiliary. A.I 11:lfi o'elrwjk nil nhiill outer l.lm nnnctuiny fin the midnight watch sorvloo, Hei vlce-a will bo hold at tho umjn liourn Ninv Yenr'/t Hfiy. St. Hedwig's Four Mnanoa will he celobralci ChrlntJnnB Dny nl St. Hodwig' chiire.li, nt II, H, U:CU> nmt It o'clock A,t II o'clooli tlui MtttiB of Ih' Shcphords will bo colohrnted, wltj the mtiRlcnl program lo Inchul the following Kyrlo, "Dr.li»lnJ Bcllojom"; Gloria, "Ofly H!« CJliryB tun Hotl7.l"; Croflo, "PiiHtor/.o M II"; offertory, "Ade»to FldoloH" Rane.lun, "Trlnm'pfy"; Hiinonlotin "HiiK /awllaf"; AKHU/I Dol, " POH plos/.clp J'ODtUiuikl." The musical program al Iho 9 30 o'clock Mniin will bo im follown aildiil Night, Holy NlKlit; Kyrli "Mldwt Quiet Night"; Qtorln, "An KO!H Wo Have Hoard on High' Crwdo. "To Iho Town of Rothli hum'; offiirtory, "O Oomo All Y Faithful"; SanctUM, "In Triumph' Beiiedictui?, "Comely the Maiden" AKniiH I3ol, "(» Hlng H Joyoun Cii rol." Candlelight Service For Methodists In u Mi'ltlriir of t;nri<lliil!);ht urul uidlc the Ohrlstmnai Mvo CundJe- llitht Communion »ervlc« will be ixinducted at 11 o'clock tonltflU In tlui Mot.lioill«(, ohurch by Uiu Hnv. Mntthow H, Gates, mlnliitnr. Communion will be prepared and faml- lln« will come togothor In wornhlj) qulntly arid ron'lvn thn Bii'!i"imont of thit I^oi'd'n Ruppor. The following IWHwaiiftt* of turo will be rend and Interpreted liy munlo and prayor; Tho I'rophn- «y, 'I'll p 111 i 1 Hi of Jamix, The Htukp herd's Watch, The Visit of the Ma Kl. Th« eholr will nln>f many of thn fliiMt hyiniDi and )>ruy«r*i of the church and the congire^utlon will join In the singing of tho ClirlM- rruui carol». 'lii'lHtmufi T)«iy nervlcim will Ibfi hold In tli» mui'nlnir at 11 o'clovik, when tv family wovship will ton. hel<l. UouniiMn Chrlffltnwiu thin ytiar I'ulU on Hunclny, thn Itnv, Oalnn suyit there In moro I'linnon tluin nvor that all should attend churoh IIH famlllvR. Thi 1 nurtiovy will it>« eonduntod a* UDiial for ninull chlldrttn. Tho sermon by Wie minister will be, "A Uttlc Child Hhull lx)od Tlumx" Tho t'hJldren'n story will b», "Thn Boy and thn Bell," Ohuroh nolx'ol will be omitted. Tuesday, H p. m., Wo«leynh Sur- vli;o Oullil Chrlntmnn (l>«Hy, W«dn«nday, S t>. m., Womnn'M Htxiiety of bbrlMtlnn lici-vl«« Ohrlntmnn proKram nnd parly; H p. rn , B«nlor choir pi'iwilicn, Qhristiam Science St. Paul's The puplln of tho Sunday school f Hi, Pnul'« Luttiwnn church will rcncnl tholr Chrlslmiis program D tho congregation tonight at 7 'cli/:-k with children rrx|u»Nt«d to if nl th« churuh not later than :1B o'clock Tlllo of the Clirlntmafl Kve Bt»r- li'o In , "Thn J»y» of ChrlmtmtiH- lUo." Holon will bo sung by Wll- litm 1'otrlllB and Rdbort Wllllam- on. This adult diolr will render lolnctlonM, with Mi'B. John Blnn- RocltiitliuiH will bit |>ri"i')llt")d ind Christmas, wongi sung by the hlldron, aflor which they will re- Tolvo holldny »flftfl. Tho Candlelight CtirlstmuH nor- 'Ice will be conducted n.1 tho 'htirch (Tlirlntmas momlng at 11:30 iVlork, wll)i tho DIPIIIO of tho Hov. ). II. I lull rn in, puiKtor, In l>o, X'hrlBtin/in Giving 1 ," biwtnd on unliih It, 2-7, Tho sorvlco will Includn an or- ;nn •]>riiludu, procntuilonn.1 hyuin, 'Hark tho Gliul Hnund't *l'h« Havlor 'omns." Other music will Inciludo ho hvmri, "Uft Up Your Hondo, Yo Mighty Oatwt," "O Mtllo Town >f Bothlehonri," "Como Hither, Yo FalthfuJJi Triumphantly Sing;," 'Hllont N.lghl" and "Joy to tho Wurltl, Thi. 1 TjOi'il ii» Couio." A Fipoolal Onrmnn Ohrlnlmiiji Borvlcn wll) be conducted on the Christmas Duy, Doc. 20, In Iho mumlnc n.1 li i/clock. Tho Ih»mo for the wirvlofl, to b« do- llvonxl by the llev, Bortrarm will 10. "Gottos Gn.bo Zu Una," based on I John 4, II, Tho Horvlrcc 1» cimductnd for tlui DtM|>l(tc Persons whose lack of knowledKe In tho ir/nrpillnh Innjrunjgo would not pnrtnlt tirutm tx> 'iuivo Uio Chrl»tm»» joy In tho church clr rln* a« IB bolltttng. Thoro -will bo no mnotlngB dur- Inif f.'hrlfitmnM woo-k. Now YIWI-'H ICvn worship with the c«lobrn>tlun of Holy Communion. Announcoments for com- munlnn will bo roi'tttvoi! nftor th «..'n.ridln1l«-M. n«rvlc« ChflntmiiM morn Iris 1 . Now Vonr's Iflva service will bo conductwl at. 7;30 o'clock ChrlHtian Sciencon ncrvlciiii, Bunday, Dea, 2f>. First Church of Christ, Sclnntlxt, WnU'/iixiry, corner Holmes and Mitchell uvuinion; services, Slindny 10:4B n.. m. and 7;80 p. m.; Sunday rwthool, 10M5 a. in, ; Wudiu'udny, M I'- m, "Chrlatlitn H«l«n<;ti' wilt l>« tlui subject of the I^esson-Sornion for H'tiridny, Wiwernbpr 2(5, lIMt). '1'hu Unldni) 'J'nxl In fl O1H Ivllllc ^;l-l, "(jlory to Go<1 In tlm liiMlitmt, and on onrth (poaoe, good will to- witrrt mon." Molncllon.* from the Bllilo Inuluda tlui following: "And J will pruy the Father, and he shall (jive you nnnthor Oomfoiitor, that ho may abldi- with you for inivr," '.John Correlative passages from the Christian Science laxtbook, "Sol«»«o nnd Health with Koy to t.h« ttoi'lpturiM," by Mmy Biiluir IGddy, Include tho: following (p, B5» "Trut'h's Immortal Idea Is swoifp- Intt down the conturles, ijathorlnir buneiiUi lt« wind;* tho atck and winning. , . .The promises will bo "niniled. The tim* for the ro- TlJonrlniK of thn d'lvlntf hnulln« » thi-ouifhout nil time; itmj who<to- •ver layeth hln eurbhly all on tli« Itnr of divine Science, drlnketh f ChriHt'H cup now, and In endued Mlh the tiptrtt and power of Holy Saviour A mldnlKhl Man» will ))i> coin bmlml tonliflil, ».t 12 o'clo<:l( In tin Holv SnvUtlir Polish National On thollc chureh by tho Rev. Frank NhMiilire, imntor. Triulllloniil C'hr liitnuiH mimic will t>n n\tng by tin choir, under the direction of Ml» Francos Krzykowskl. ChrlHtmiu T>»,y MnitHvn will bi Hiild ut I) and 10:30 o'clock, Mon duy, St. Slephon'H Day, and Tues day, St. John the BlvanjfellBt Da; MimmiH will bo onlnlirnteil In III ut It o'elouk, Immanuel Lutheran !««!rf!«|«|«(CBCN^^ To J/OH thin nt/jht to born a Of Mary, vhusvn mothar mtlil. TAIs Jildu CMM of lowly birth Khali lit: tho fay of all your earth, J T(s Christ our Gotl, who /ar on high flath Ix-iml your aad and blttor era •' JHlmieif will your talvaliqn bo, Himself from sin will make .you free. Jle lrin(/» thaw blmt«ina» long ago Prepared by Ood /or all below; Itoncffarth hi» kingdom opon ntand/i, To you wt to the artgel These are tho tokens ye ahull winrfc.— The swaddling olothen and manger dark; There shad ye find the young Child Mi, By whom the heavens and earth aro matte. Now let u» all with cheer Follow the «hepherdt, and draw near To nun thiit woniirouii (lift of Ood, Who hath hi* only Son bestowed. Give hnnl, my heart; lift tip thino Who in it in yon manner liett . Who i/t this Child so younu and fair f The bli-ttscd C'hrist-ohild llcth there. to earth, thou nobln At the Immnmiol Lutheran church ho pantor, tho Rov, Theodore A. iriMlnr, will be In chiirgo of a 'hrlntmuN I0v» MTV I en nttirllng at 1 o'clock. The Bnrvlco of Carols A.ft,er tlin organ proludo tho pro- HNNluiuU oarol, "U O.iini' All Yu '•nllhful" will bo sung, lifter which t'liv call to woi-nhbi) wll) bo •ond by tho minister und conitra- rutlon, A propheioy will bi« rund by he minister, after whlah a prayer ind Blnglng of the enrol, "Joy to ho World" will l>« by (hi> cutigro- Hnt Ion, After the annunciation a dioral selection will be heard, and tho magnificat will 1m road Hty thn iiiHtur and conKTinratlon. Biiforo .he fulllllmant l» read by tho HPV, Sohrader the congregation will nlntr tho enrol, "It Ciimo Upon Tho Midnight Cloar." A Ohrint.- ma» prayer will bo tflv«n and th iglny? of tho caroi, "O Little Town of Bothlohom," prior to Iho icolvlriK of the Chrlntmnn 1 offwr- Tho iprogram next will Includo n ohornl mloctton, Otirintmaa modl- littlun, ourol, "Hark Tho Horald LgnlN HI UK," and I ho Hervlcon ol tho lights A enrol, -'Silent Night Holy Night," will 1>o nung hoforc prayer of dndlcatlon, tho Buno- illotion and orgiin poi»tludn. On Christmas Day, the church Bohool mombors will noe tho film "Whnn tho Mttlnnt Ctunol Knnlt.,' ut 0:90' o'oltiflk, and tl>« wurtil service wilt be held at 10:30 o'clock, when t'ho pnjitor will do llvor th« Aurmon on thn topic "KuopBi-H of (,ho Inn," Thnro wll bo the dedication of the now offor Ing bason and crodonon lablo pro sontud by tho Knioiror family I memory of flimtnv Krinngor. Ttie«(ln,y, 7 ip. m, Regular m*ot Ing of th" Cub Piu3k 10, Parent, und tho boyn are Invltod lo I In Wodnosdiiy, 2:80 p. m. The Sun duy oohool po»t-CJhrlstmn.-» partj will bo hold In tlio ohurch hall Pnr«ntn urn roqiioiilcd t.o bring th> children; 7:30 p. m. The rogtllft meeting of tha Men'n Brotherhood All mnn of the church nrg Itwit Prexldimt Wllllwri Poll), Jr., will whom.-e'en wMtcd men are blest, Thou com'tt to share our intnerj/, "What can wv rentier, Lord, to thetr Ah, Lord, who 7io« created, all, How hunt thou matin thve weak and Hmall, That thou must choose thy in/unt bed "Where ana and ox but lately fed! Thus hath it pleased thuo to mo7«* plain The truth to u», poor fools end vain, That thin world's honor, wealth, and mii/ht Are naufiht und worthless in thy Ktght. Ah,, dearest Jc»u», holy Child, A quiet chamber kept for thee. M\j huart for very foil doth leap, Mi/ Iliiti no more can ullenee keep; , / too must sing with joyful tongue Make thee a bfil, ,ioft, undeflled, That tnveetvtt ancient cradto- VlfUMn ii\v *«<!)'«, thut it may bv eony— Glory to Ood in h\yhett heaven, "Who unto man M* Aon halfc given; . <• While ani/clt »ing with ftou* mirth A glad ttcte-i/eor to fit tta St. Mwy's Musical proKrnmn will txi pro- »oi)tod ut thts «:f>0 and 11 it'«I»uh Masses In St. Mary's church with Mm. AnrwiUn. Cnrooolln j+'onldlrvK nt Hie organ. At the 9:80 o'clock Mnsw tho chlldrnn'n oholr will ttlng Dhn following prog.riun: Adwuto Klilnlim; Whsn lWo»i*<»m« iTlowurfld the Sno-w by Peter Yon; IJMle Children* n Trndltlonal Oi.n>l; Bllont, NlKht, Holy Night: Thn Know Lay on thb Oi-ounrt and O 8lmg a Joyous Carol. A noloinn Wgh MIIBB will bo «olo- ntinl nl H o'clock, wllh the iriu~ o to Include, Th« Adpiii-gOH Ma by Moninril; Gregorian Chttnt: A SchwolU-.or: offorlory, H«wonot In MIIIIH In 'honor of Clillil Jonun by by C. Janpdr»i roeiissloti al Adeste FldploS. Mrn, l.iuilllo f*m«y nnd Mr», IliMiin OroMt will too vonal wilolitt/i nl the 11 o'olotok Mnw. Carols be- forn the Mntm will be nung by tho chllilrnn'n oholr. 11 ha I you should know about Christmas EST ol (he usu;il elements of the Christmas Icnsl is the triiiicc pic. The devout wore .supposed to cut 12 between December 23 and January 0. The recipe syin- boli/.ed the gifts ol (lie Magi. The crust: gold; the spices: myrrh; I he aroma: frankincense. fpIvA k Si: y^ii Jl conduct the bunlnoBS mooting. PlaiiN for the now ynur will ho TlniiKntny, (t:3() p. m, Tlio urmuul rJlinday school officers nnd lench- OIH dlnnor nnd umrty will bo hold at tho homo of Mr, and Mm, CharlDH Vnfft, 8»0 Hlllnldo avonuo, Mrs, Vagt will »>o horatoss. Friday, 0:1B p, rn. .Junior oholr rolwwrwU. JunlorH ur« tn m<«it promiptly. Parents arn requested to bring thorn on tlmo; 7:15 p, m. ftnnlor ohoir rohiwunl. Uoy w, Boron, organist and dli'««tur,

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