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April 5, 1947

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April 5, 1947 «««n CUT Glcbe-Giulte, Muro City. High Mass at Holy Family at 11 Sunday High mass will be celebrated Easter Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Holy Family church. There will be masses at 7, 8, 9 and 10 o'clock. The combined adult and chil- drens choir of the Holy Family parish, directed by the Rev. Robert Swift, will sing the mass. Miss Louise Macket is organist. The choir will sing the "Kyrie," "Gloria," "Sanctus," "Benedictus" and the "Agnus Dei" from "Missa Quarta" by Haller. The Credo will be plain chant. . The gradual, "Haec Dies," the offertory, "Terra Tremuit," and the "Vidi Aquam" to be sung are by Alphonse Dress and the recessional will be Palestrina's "Salvum Fac Populum." About 6,000 Americans are killed each year because of mishaps originating in home kitchens. Wesley Methodist Church 6:30 A. M. Easter Sunrise Service • Robert L Grupp, -"The Challenge of Easter" • Junior-Hi Choir • Senior Choir 10:45 A. M. Dr. Peterson, "An Afternoon' Walk" • Junior Choir (50 Voices) • Senior Choir (36 Voices) • Singing Canaries • Hearing Aids • Entire Church Wired for Sound Lois H. Peterson Director of Music Mrs. Carl H. Carlson Organist TO PREACH SUNDAY—Fred- crick Hinz, student of theology at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. Mo., will preach the sermon in the 2 regular services at 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. Easter at the Bethlehem Lutheran church. He will speak on "Jesus Delivers from Death." Albert Miller, another theological student at Concordia Seminary, will be the sneaker at the Sunrise service at 6:30 a. m. He will speak on "Him God Raised Up the Third Day." Both junior and senior choirs will sing in this service. Drops Eggs 10 Stories Without Breaking Them New York, (U.P.)—A man on top of a 10-story building on East River Drive dropped real eggs, not Easter eggs, to the sideway below Friday and the eggs didn't break. They bounced back as high as 35 feet into the air. Cars stopped, and traffic on the drive was jammed, as the strange show, put on by the New York hospital-Cornell Medical Center and the V. S. Rubber company continued. The eggs were being dropped on a new kind of rubber mat—made of cellular rubber. THE GOLDEN TEXT: "The Lord is risen indeed."— Luke 24:34. ADVENT1STS Seveuth.Day—1516 S. Delaware. Ervin Funk, pastor. Services every Saturday. Sabbath school. 9:«. Church services, 11. ALLIANCE Gospel Tabernacle—Bible school. 9:45: worship. 10:45, message, '."The Mystery o£ Godliness." Evangelistic service, a. The St. Paul choral club under the direction of Pro/. J. Merril Tannehill, in its annual Easter service at the Congregational church. Prayer and Bible study, Wednesday, 8. Lowell Young, pastor. ASSEMBLE OF GOD 1C15 Delaware N. E. Sunday school, 10:15; worship, 11:15: C. A.'s service. 7:30; evening service, a. Midweek service Tues- and Thursday, 8. C. B. Bell, pastor. BAPTIST First—Pennsylvania at State. Herbert Paul Rumlord, minister. Miss Hazel Morris, Christian education director. Mrs. Earl Ehlere, organist. 9:30, Sunday school: 10:45, worship, sermon, "Victory Through Our Lord Jesus Christ." Special music, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth," Handel, by Miss Marie Potiriades: "Alleluia." Price, by choir. The ordinance of believers' baptism will be observed. 6. Youth Fellowship. St. John—The ficv. B. H. Hunter, pastor. 6:30, sunrise service: 9:45, church school: H. worship; 12, Lord's supper: 3, church Easter program: G:30, young people's meeting. The Rev. B. F. Parker, president. 8. evening service, A candle light service conducted by Mrs. B. H. Hunter, Miss V. Martin, organist. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's—Sunday masses at 6:30. 8, 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. P. J. Behan, head of the Mason City deanery; the Rev. A. Hcuring and the Rev. Joseph A. Krocheski. Holy Family—2nd N. W. Sunday services. 7. 8, S, 10 and 11. Monsignor R. P. Murphy, the Rev. Robert Swift and the Rev. Edward Riley, officiating. CHRISTIAN First—Adams at «h N. W. George O. Marsh, pastor. 6:20. union sunrise service. First Methodist church; 9:30, Bible school. 10-30 worship, "Life's Triumph." Solo. "Open the Gates of the Temple" by Knapp. Edwin Helbling. Anthem. "They Have Taken Away My Lord" by Stainer; 4. vesper service, Christian baptism. Wednesday, 6:20, fellowship dinner, reception for new members. Friday, Woman's Council general meeting (sacrificial offering). CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First—Washington at 3rd N. W. Sunday service, 11. Subject, "Unreality." Sunday school. 11. for pupils under 20. Wednesday evening meeting, 8. Reading room, east wing of church, week days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. COVENANT Mission Covenant—1056 Maple Drive. Sunday school and church service at 2:30, Sunday school teachers and speaker furnished by the Charles City Covenant church. There will be an Easter surprise for the children. EASIER MORNING SERVICE First Presbyterian Church Washington Ave. ot Ninth Street Northwest '11:00 A.M. Soloist: Mrs. Kermit Larson Mrs. Roy Servison, Organist Sermon subject: "Early in the Morn" 4:00 P. M.: Sacrament of Infant Baptism WILBUR FRANK DIERKING, Minister LJO to L^liarcd Possibly you're planning to spend Easter Sunday in sucK a way that you don't think you'll be able to attend Church services. But we'd like to suggest that you adjust your plans so you can go to Church somewhere, during some part of the day. Otherwise you'll be letting yourself in for a letdown! ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR FAITH SUNDAY KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. 15 So. Delaware Ave. CHURCH OF GOO The Church of Cod in Christ; 818 S. Jackson. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.; worship, 12; Y. P. W. W., G:3i>: evening worship. 8. Special evangelistic services. 8 p. m. Tuesday and Friday. Elder Harold Haithcox. pastor. CONGREGATIONAL First—Delaware and 1st N. £. Roy C. Hel/enstein, minister. Sunday school, 9:30; worship, 10:45, sermon. "We Too Shall Live!" Numbers by Mrs. James E. Stinehart. "March of the Grail Knifthts" iPar- sivall by Wanner, "To Spring" by Grieg. "Gavotte," Bach, Satnt-Saens. Anthems by choir. "Festival Tc Deum*' by Dudley Buck. "H.illelujah Chorus" by Handel Solo by Mrs. E. Raymond Weston, "1 Know That My Redeemer Liveth" by Handel. Pilgrim fellowship will not meet, the Easter sunrise service taking the place of the evening meeting. The Pilgrim fellowship group will be breakfast guests of Doctor and Mrs. HeJ/enstein following the sunrise service. EPISCOPAL St. John's—1st N, E, at Pennsylvania. The Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead, rector. The first Easter Communion. 8 a. m. No session of church school. Choral Euchai- ist, II. Organ prelude. 30:50. Mrs. R. E. Patton. organist. Sermon. "The Empty Tomb." The choir will sing Tours' "Office of Holy Communion." Soloists: Mrs, H. G. Marines, singing . Mozart's "Hal- leluia" and Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach. singing Knapp's "Open the Gates of the Temple." JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Services at 1617 S. Federal. Watchtower study, "Libel—Sedition Cases. Past and to be Expected," Saturday, '7:3Q p. m Memorial celebration, Sunday, 8 p. m. EVANGELICAL - Grace—14th N. W. at Adams. F. W. Wendland, pastor. Sunday school. 10: worship, 11, sermon. "The Resurrection Victory-" Baptismal service and reception of members; • GREEK ORTHODOX Transfiguration — 1401 N, Washington. The Rev. Ambrose G. Giannotikos. Vespers and confessions during Lent, every Friday and Saturday at 6. Vespers and Compline at 7. Sunday: Matins, 9:30; high mass. 10:45; Holy days, 3:30. Catechism for children, 5 to G:30 every Friday. f LUTHERAN Bethlehem—Between 4th and 5th on Delaware N. E. 6:30, Easter sunrise service, sermon by Albert Miller, Concordia Seminary Theological student, "Him God Raised from the Dead on the Third Day." Junior choir, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth." Senior choir, "Easter Flowers. Easter Carols," 8:30, Sunday school; 9:30, 1st service, junior choir, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today." Sermon by Frederick Hinz. "Christ Has Victoriously Overcome Death;" 10:30. 2nd service, senior choir, "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today." 11:30 and 3:30 International" Lutheran Hours. C. A, Hinz, pastor. Central—329 E. State. Easter Matin service, 6:30; offertory anthem. "Christ Is Risen" by Emerson: sermon, "The Fact of Easter." Sunday school, 9;4o; festival Easter service, 11, sermon, "Life Immortal." Anthem. "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" by Thiman. Offertory anthem, junior choir, "Easter Carol," Folk tune. Marvin O. Lee, pastor. Immanuel (Augustana Synod), 5th and S. Jersey. Ernest A. Bergeson, pastor. Sunday school Easter program, "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations," 9;30; iesti- val Easter worship, 10:30; sermon, "God's Eternal 'Yes.' " Anthem, "O Morn of Beauty" by Sibelius. Other special music will include the special Easter Choral Introit by the pastor and choir and vocal solos by Miss Genevievc Olson; 11:45. Holy Communion service. St. James—502 6th S. E, Easter service at 8 with pastor Marvin Lee in charge. Junior choir sings "The Day of Resurrection." Sunday school, 9:30; 2nd service, 10:30 with Pastor Oswald Mall preaching. Girls chorus sings "O Morn of Beauty." Senior league, 7:20 with Esther Schwartz presenting the topic. Church .council on Monday at 8 p. m. Oswald E. G. Mall, pastor. West Haven—Worship at 9, sermon, "The Lord Lives;" Sunday school, 9:45. Our Savior's—Midland Heights. Church school at 9:45; worship, 21, sermon, ''The Everliving Christ/' C. Henry Anderson, pastor. Trinity —. Easter service at Trinity church. 508 S. Penn., 9:30, with junior choir singing "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today," Dr. Irons and "Easter Carol," a Lithuanian Folk song. Sermon, "Eternal Dawn." Festival service at Palace theater, 11. Senior choir, "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messiah, and Mrs. Fern Larson, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth.'* Handel. Sermon, "The Peace That Cannot Be Lost." Al'vin N, Rogness. pastor. METHODIST First—Washington at 2nd N. "VV. Lloyd A. Gustafson, D. D., minister. Sunrise service at 6:30. Two identical services at 9 and 10.45 a. m. Sermon: "The Vindication of Faith," Doctor Gustafson. Anthems: "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," Arr. Grayson; "God Who Madest Earth and Heaven," Manney, and "Hallelujah Chorus," Handel. Solo: "Open the Gates of the Temple," Knapp. Mrs. Hobson. Mrs. Patchen wjll play: "The Heavens Declare His Glory," Beethoven: "Ariso," Handel; "Sanctus," Gounod; "The Mist," Gaul, and "Templars March," Frysinger. Free—Sunday school, 10 a. in,; morning worship. 11; sermon topic, "The Cross Defeats and Defies Death," Song and praise, 7:30 p, m. Young peoples' service. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Sermon topic, "Loose Him, and Let Him Go." Roy I. Johnston, pastor. Wesley —Pennsylvania and 14th S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson, D. D., minister. 6:30 a. m., sunrise service. Mrs. Carlson will play "Easter-Dawn." Claussmann, "Contemplation." Saint-Saens, "Lenten Prelude." Battishill, and "Glory Be to God," Bach. The Junior-Hi and Senior choirs, directed by Mrs. Peterson, will sing "Hosanna," Granier, with obligate by Clarice Bowers and Dorothy Gettman, Robert L. Grupp will preach "The Challenge of Easter." 9:30 a. m., church school, senior M. Y. F. 10;45. worship Mrs. Carlson will play "Easter-Day," Loret: "Easter Allelulia," Ottenwalder. "St. Matthew Passion" excerpt, Bach, and "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messias. The Junior and senior choirs will sing "Christ Is Risen." Mueller, and the senior choir will sing "Thanks Be to God," Hiatt. Doctor Peterson's sermon theme, "An Afternoon Walk." OPEN 1 BIBLE Church of the Open Bible—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Theme, "The Living EASTER GREETING "For since ty man come death, by dead.'* 1st. Cor. 13:21 Aasnttblij of 1615 Delaware N. E. Sunday School — 10:15 A. M. Morning Worship — —11:15 A. M. C. A.'s Service — —7:30 P. M: Evening Service — —8:00 P. M. A Hearty Welcome Awaits You at Our Church. REV. C. B. BELL, Pastor " 1C DTCCM " He is not here: Behold the P lace ID lUOElN where they laid him."— St. Mark 16-6. Is Not Among the Dead." Young People's service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8. Theme. "Atomic Power in the Light of Bible Prophecy/' Pastor, the Rev. Elbert Dougherty. PRESBYTERIAN' First—Washington at 9th N. W. Wilbur Frank Dierking, minister. Morning worship, 11. Sermon: "Early in the Morn." Mrs. Roy Scrvison will play "Easter Al- lelulia" by Loret. "Hosanna' 1 by Hartman. "Easter Day" by Dcshayes. "Easter Dawn" by Claussmann and the "Hallelujah Chorus" by Handel. Mrs. Kermit Larson will sing "My Redeemer and My Lord" by Buck and "Jn the End of the Sabbath" by Speaks. Church school at JO for junior, intermediate and senior departments; at 11 for nursery, beginners and primary departments. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hope Gospel Mission — 624 South Polk place. Sunday school. 10; preaching, 11. Mrs. Charles Hills, pastor. You Are Invited To Worship Easter at THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ' Sunrise Service 6:30 Two Identical Services—9:00 and 10:45 A. M. "The Vindication of Faith' DR. GUSTAFSON Music by two choirs under direction of Mr. Hobson. Solo: "Open the Gates of the Temple," Mrs. Hobson Doctor Helf enstein to Speak at Easter Sunrise Service The annual Easter sunrise serv-7 ice held by the youth of Mason I groups will meet at the close of City will be held at 6:30, Easter morning at First Methodist church. Doctor Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of First Congregational church, will be the speaker. This service, a project of the Protestant Pastors' association, was sponsored by the combined committees on community projects and youth activities. A committee of young people was called together representing the various churches participating. This group made the plans for the service and carried them through to completion. The service will be conducted by Barbara Decker, First Methodist church, and William Osmundson, First Congregational church. Mary Jane Schwandt will be the organist. Special music will be furnished by the St. John's Baptist choir and Leota Cheadtom. The committee in charge.of arrangements consists of Katherine Amling, Mary Burrell, Donald Crispin, Barbara Decker. Eliza- and the beth Kellogg, Jean Kipper, Joan Valentine. Many of the service for breakfast. Easter Trade Has U. S. Economists Watching Indexes of Business Washington, (U.B—Easter trade has government economists watching the business indexes'as closely as a budgeting housewife follows sale advertisements. Informal reports of slipping business and pre-Easter clearance sales already are beginning to reflect themselves in statistics, a survey showed Friday. The Federal Reserve bank of New York, which keeps a weekly tab on sales of 17 apparel stores, reported that they started doing less business than a year ago during the 2nd week of February and that the slump continued through the last week of March. WELCOME TO RADIO CHAPEL CARL 3. SENTMAN, Pastor 9:00 a. m. KGLO Bible Broadcast 10:00 a. m. Bible School 11:00 A. M.—"A Hope Sure And Steadfast" Choir: "My Lord Arose" 7:00 P. M.—Youns Peoples' Services 8:00 P. M.—"Results of the Resurrection" Choir: "Gethsemane" Special Music: Mixed Quartet and Ladies Sextet You Are Earnestly Invited to Attend EASTER SERVICES at ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH First Street N. E. at Pennsylvania First Easter Holy Communion ... 8 a. m. CHORAL EUCHARIST, 1 1 o'clock Rev. C. B. Whitehead, Celebrant Organ Prelude . , ...... 10:50 a.m. .Mrs. R. E. Patton, Organist - "^ •*• Kiesselbach Mrs-. H. J. Marines SofoistS . . Sermon ....... "The Empty Tomb Share the joy of and every Sunday Service by attending the church of your faith

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