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Thursday. December 21. 1981
(Continued from Page 1) liam Allen, Gerry MacNeal, Scott Cailc, Richard Ruuska, Kurt Rapp, Eric Henkel, John Wert, Richard Frelich, Donald Chaves, Keith Mcstay, Richard Fischer, Ronald Courtright, Richard Smith, Philip Was, Kim Young,- Loreli Young, Janice Frelich, Denise Great house, Nancy Wert, Nancy Smith, and Scott Hugebeck. Choir selections will include “Gloria in Excelsis Deo”, and “Reside Thy Cradle, Here I Stand,” by J. S. Bach. A Candlelight Service will be held at 11 p. m’. Sunday with the Reverend Alfred R. Buehn er, pastor, conducting the serv ice. The chancel choir, under the direction of Hans J. Heine, or ganist and director of music, will offer the following selec tions from the Oratorio “The Holy City” by A. R. Gaul: “No Shadows Yonder,” “They that Sow in Tears,” “These Are They.” “They Shall Hunger No East Cleveland Congregational Church Euclid and Page Avenues Robert F. R. Peters, Minister 11:00 A.M. FAMILY CHRISTMAS SERVICE CHRISTMAS EVE 11:00 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE CHORAL SERVICE EVERYONE IS WELCOME Winderemere Presbyterian Church “Your Family Church In The Heart of East Cleveland" Euclid at Windermere Rev. O. C. Sappenfield, Minister SUNDAY, DEC. 24th 9:30 A.M.-CHURCH SCHOOL 11:00 A.M.-WORSHIP SERVICE Sermon Topic: “The Angels Sing" CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE 5:00 P.M.-VESPERS SERVICE Sermon Topic: “Why The Way of Christmas" St James Lutheran Church 1424 Hayden Ave. Rev. Alfred R, Buehner SUNDAY-DEC. 24th Church School—9:30 A.M. Worship Service—10:45 A.M. CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES 6:30 P.M.—Organ Recital By Hans J. Heine—Organist and Director of Music 7:00 P.M.—Christmas Pageant Sermon Topic: "Beside Thy Cradle" 11:00 P.M.-CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Sermon Topic: “Keeping Christmas" CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES 8:30 A.M.—Organ Recital 9:00 A.M.—Family Christmas Worship Sermon Topic: "A Christmas Gift" Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church Hayden and Alder Ave. Rev. Neal G. Lund, Pastor SUNDAY, DEC. 24th 9:30 A.M.-CHURCH SCHOOL 10:45 A.M.-MORNING WORSHIP CHRISTMAS EVE 11:00 P.M. CANTATA CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Faith Lutheran Church “The Church of The Lutheran Hour" Hayden Ave. and Glenside Rd. Rev. R. E. La Fontaine, Pastor FRIDAY, DEC. 23rd-7:30 P.M. Sunday School Christian Program .SUNDAY-DEC. 24th Holy Eucharist—8:00 A.M. Sunday School 9:15 A.M. —Worship 10:30 A.M. CHRISTMAS EVE 11:00 P.M. SOLEMN CHORAL EUCHARIST CHRISTMAS DAY 10:30 A.M. V HOLY EUCHARIST More,** and “Great and Marvel lous are Thy Works.” Soloists: Helen Gaff, Janet Goerss, Mariann Putzbach and Linda Gordon. The Christmas Day Service will be held at 9 a. m. The Children’s Choir, under the direction of Miss Janet Goerss, and the Chancel Choir will offer selections. The sermon meditation “A Christmas Gift” will bd given by the Rev. Buchner. The three services will be Hark in your heart to the joyous message of the First Christmas, which brought to all mankind the Divine Promise of Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men. In observing the Birthday of the Babe of Bethlehem, find anew that deep and abiding source of faith, hope, courage and sustaining spiritual inspiration that is the bright and shining wonder of Christmas. preceded by a thirty minute or gan recital by Hans J. Heine. Members of the congrega tion, visitors and friends are invited to attend these services and to share in the ridh beauty and heritage of the written, sung and spoken word. YOUTHS PRESENT FRIENDS SERVICES The First Friends Church on Superior ave. at Melbourne an nounces a Christmas program at the church tonight at 7:30 presented by the youth of the Sunday School. Sunday, there will be Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Jack Ruff, First Church United Presbyterian U.S.A. 16200 Euclid Ave. at Nela Rev. Howard M. Wells, Bruce W. Reeves, Ministers SUNDAY-DEC. 24th Identical Services, 9:30 and 11 -.00 A.M. of W.ORSHIP and CHURCH SCHOOL Dr. Howard M. Wells, Preaching SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MUSIC CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES FAMILY CAROL SERVICE-7:00 P.M. By The Children's and Youth Choirs ANNUAL CAROL CANDLELIGHT SERVICE-11 =00 P.M. Music by the Church Choir Directed by Frank R. Helfrick St. Paul's Episcopal Church 15837 Euclid Ave., East Cleveland, Ohio Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hall, Rector Rev. Bruce R. Hill, Asst. Rector SUNDAY-DEC. 24th Holy Communion—8:00 A.M. Family Service, Church School—All Grades—9:30 A.M. Morning Prayer, Sermon, Church School, Nursery Through 3rd Grade—11:15 A.M. CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES Family Service—7:30 P.M. Carols and Christmas Story CHORAL EUCHARIST-10:30 P.M. Special Music by the Parish Choir Sermonette by The Rector CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE 10:30 A.M.—Holy Communion Sermonette by The Rector Windermere Methodist Church 14035 Euclid Avenue at Holyoke Rev. William C. Snowball, Minister SUNDAY, DEC. 24th 9:30 A.M.—CHRISTMAS PROGRAM By Church School Departments 10:45 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE Sermon Topic: “Son Of The Most High" CHRISTMAS EVE—7:30 P.M. CANDLELIGHT CAROL SERVICE CYRIL CHINN Organist-Director Parking Available Corner Belmore and Euclid Calvary Lutheran Church 13101 Euclid at Lockwood Rev. Andrew J. White, Pastor “OH COME LET US ADORE HIM" SUNDAY-DEC. 24th Early Worship Service—8:30 A.M. ChJrch School—9:30 A.M. Morning Christmas Service—10:45 A.M. Sermon Topic: “Unrecognized, Yet Among Us“ Family Christmas Service—5:00 P.M. Sermon Topic: “The Fullness of Time" Congregational Caroling—8:00 P.M. Candlelight Service—11:00 P.M. Sermon Topic: “The Grace of God and You* First Church Of The Nazarene Hayden Ave. at Claiborne Rd. William P. Wilhoyte, Minister SUNDAY, DEC. 24th 9:45 A.M.-CHURCH SCHOOL 10:45 A.M. Special Christmas Message By The Pastor "Ready For Christmas" Special Music By The Church Choir Solo By ROBERT WITBECK Minister of Music 7:30 P.M.-EVENING SERVICE Sermon Topic: “Christ Came, But!". CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Supt. Worship Service at 10:45 will be a family service .The pastor’s message will be on “Christmas and the Family.” There will be dedication of babies. Friends Youth Fellowship will go Carol Singing at 5:30 p. m. The Worship Service at 7:30 will be a program of sacred music. Mid-week service of Bible study and prayer will be Wed nesday at 7:30 p. m. FAMILY SERVICES AT ST. PALL’S Christmas Eve services at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will consist of the Family Service to be held at 7:30 p. m. and the Festival Communion Service at 10:30 p. m. The Family service will fea ture special music by the two Junior Choirs of the parish, the reading of the Christmas narrative from the Gospel ac cording to St. Luke, the singing of carols, and a Christmas story by the Rev. Canon Lau rence Hall, rector of the parish. The church will be resplend ent with the trees, wreaths, garlands and poinsettia plants placed in position at the tradi lional “Hanging of the Greens” ceremony to be held tomorrow. An original set of ceramic figures portraying the Nativ ity scene will be placed in the special children’s Creche. These figures were created by Mrs. Edgar Wood of St. Paul’s and is a duplicate of a set, also made by Mrs. Wood, and in use at the famous Washington Cathedral, Washington, C. Another feature of the serv ice will be the dedication of toys brought by the children to the church. These toys will be given to charitable institutions for distribution -to needy chil dren. The Midnight Holy Com munion will be the highlight of the Christmas festivities and will begin at 10:30 p. m. with a 30-minute musical program hy St .Paul’s Parish Choir. Accompanying the choir for this redition will be eight in strumentalists. Most of these musicians are members of the Cleveland Philharmonic Or chestra and arrangements for their appearance were made by Mrs. James Hooper. Edwin Anderson, organist and choir director of the parish will con duct this musical portion of the service. The Rev. Bruce R. Hill and the Rev. Canon Laurence Hall will conduct the service. Canon Hall will be the preacher on tiiis occasion. The servjse is so timed that the congregation will move to the altar rail at 12 midnight to receive the blessed sacra ment, and thus herald the com ing of the birthday of Christ by receiving the Holy Com munion. On Christmas Day there will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at 10:30 a. m. The three usual morning services will be held Sunday at 8, 9:15, and 11:15 a. m. e EMPHASIS ON CAROLS AT HOPE LUTHERAN Hope Lutheran Church, 2222 Taylor rd. announces its Holi day Schedule, with an emphasis on the great carols of Christ mas and the Festive Music of choirs. The Christmas Schedule will open with the traditional Chil dren’s Program Sunday morn ing at 9:30 in the Church Sanctuary. Beginners, Primary, and Jun ior Departments will present portions of the story of Christ mas in narration, recitation and song. The Junior Choir, under the direction of Reynold Ellis will present “O Come, Little Chil dren” and “Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus.” Sunday Worship Service will be held at 11. with three choirs presenting, “Away in a Man- E. GLENVILLE METHODIST 12651 St. Clair Ave. Dr. Charles Frederick Jones, Minister SUNDAY, DEC 24th 10:45 A.M.—Christmas Sunday Worship THE MISSION OF THE MESSIAH 7:00 P.M —Christmas Eve. Family Candlelight Service "JUST A BABY" YOU ARE INVITEDI East Cleveland BAPTIST CHURCH (American Baptist) 14516 Euclid Ave. Cor. Rosemont BLAIR BENNER, Pastor 9:45 A.M.—Church School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship (Nursery care during church) YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS SIXTH UNITED Presbyterian Church Haydon and Caetalia Ava. Rev. Arthur Copeland, Pastor 9:30 AH.—Sunday School 10:45 A.M.—Morning Worship Service 10:45 A.M.—Nursery and Junior Church 7 P.M.—Wednesday—Prayer Service 8 P.M.—Wednesday—Seniot Choir Practice S i ger,” “Gloria,” and numbers. Candlelight Worship will pro vide the traditional setting for the Christmas Eve Service at 11 p. m. The Adult Choir, the Youth Choir, and the Junior Choirs will present special numbers, including “Come to the Manger” and “Go Tell It On The Moun tain.” Pastor Cylde A. Miller will offer the Christmas message under the theme, “The Rising Star.” Baptize Children on Christmas Sunday Children will be baptized at the 10:45 a. m. Christmas Sun day service at the Phillips Avenue United Presbyterian Church, East 125th st. at Phil lips ave. “It Is God Revealed” will be the sermon topic of Rev. Roscoe J. Varble. The Senior Choir will sing as the anthem “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks” by Smart and as the offertory “Rise Up Early in the Morn ing” by Kountz. Host and hostess for the day will be Mrs. Roscoe J. Varbles and Michael Varble. The traditional Christmas Eve worship program will be gin at 11 p. m. Sunday. At this service the Senior Choir will sing “Master’s in This Hall, and “See Amid the Winter’s Snow.” YOUNG PEOPLE SING, PARTY The Jr. Hi young people of the Windermere Presbyterian. East Cleveland Baptist and East Cleveland Congregational Churches will meet in front of Huron Road Hospital Saturday evening at 7. After caroling there the group will walk down to the McGregor Home, and then on to the Congregational Church for a party. All young people of Jr. Hi age of all three churches are cordially invited. The YACS, young people from the age of 18 to 25, of. the Windermere Presbyterian Church and East Cleveland Baptist, will meet tomorrow evening at 8 p. m. at the home of Ken Green, 1931 Rosemont, to go Christmas caroling. Aft er caroling they will have a party at the home of Ken Green. TRIPLE-FEATURE CELEBRATION A triple-feature program will highlight next Sunday’s cele bration of Christmas at the East Cleveland Congregational Church. At the 11 a. m. service, fam ilies will worship together, with church school students sitting with their parents. Dr. HAYDEN AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Comet o* Haydon and Second) loot Clovoland SUNDAY SCHOOL—9:45 A.M. Nursery Care far All Services EVENING SERVICES 7:00 M. WED -PRAYER MEETING 7:30 PM. Preaching Christ, Crucified. Rison—Coming Again REV DONALD WOODBT Pastor IMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 326 East 156th Street (Just eff Leke Shore Blvd.) GUY H. VOLPITTO, Minister Sunday School .. 10:45 A.M. Worship Service —10:45 A.M. Youth Fellowship 7:00 P.M. Christmas Eve Service 10:45 P.M. YOU ARE WELCOME and suddenly there u as with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying Glory to God in the highest on earth Peace, Good Will Toward Men other/Robert F. R. Peters will preach a special story sermon for the youngsters. At 7 p. m. the combined Jun ior and Senior Fellowship groups, along with adults, will go on a caroling tour of East Cleveland, returning to church in time for refreshments and the Christmas Eve Service. At 11 p. m. in the evening, the impressive candlelight ca rol service for Christmas Eve will take place, with special music under the direction of Clarence Parsh, choir director. IMPRESSIVE SERVICES FOR PRESBYTERIANS Winderemere Presby terian Church offers two im pressive services for Sunday. At the morning Worship Service at 11, there will be a service of Christmas music and meditation “G o d’s Greatest Gift,” highlighting the Adult Choir and Soloists, with parti cipation by the entire cangre gation. At 5 p. m. the Vesper Service will highlight volun teer Soloists of the Adult Choir, augmented by the Youth and Caroled Choirs. These two services will honor the birth of the Christ Child and be a real Christmas Eve treat. Infant Baptism will be ad ministered at the Vesper Serv ice. e CHORAL EUCHARIST AT FAITH LUTHERAN Solemn Choral Eucharist will be celebrated Sunday at 11 p. m., at Faith Lutheran Church Hayden ave., and Glenside rd., the Rev. R. E. La Fontaine, pastor, announced. Assisting at the Eucharist will be the Rev. Seminarian Harold Bode, Deacon, and Wayne Tinker. Subdeacon. Serving will be Edward Var go, Crucifer Rick Preskar, Thurifer Ronald Gatzke, Ron ald Young, Ronald Rhodes. Torch Bearers. Preceding the Eucharist, the tower bells will he rung to the tunes of Christmas Carols from many lands. The prelude will be the “Trio Sonata in Major,” by J. S. Bach, played by fulte, violin, cello and the organ.' Blessing of the Christmas Creche will take place during the singing of the Quempas Carol by the children’s choirs. The choirs will intone the Kyrie from the Missa de An gels and the other propers for the day. “Low, How a Rose Upspringing,” and “Psallette,” by Praetorius, will be sung at the offering. “What Child Is This.” is the theme of the Pastor’s sermon. During the distribution of the Blessed Sacrament, differ ent settings of “From Heaven Above to Earth I Come,” will be sung by the choirs alterna ting with the congregation. (several SERVICES ON CHRISTMAS EVE Threaded with a single theme: the coming of the Christ Child, several services will mark Christmas Eve Sunday at Cal vary Lutheran Church, 13101 Euclid ave. The usual 8:30 and 10:45 morning worship hours will be augmented with a Family Wor ship at 5:00 p. m. and the tra ditional Candlelight service at 11. o’clock. This service will be proceeded with a half-hour of organ music the console. Carol singing and a film “Christmas in Hong Kong” will with Eleanore K. Robinson at feature the Church School pro gram at 9:30 p. m. with Isaiah Buffing in charge. Choir music is under J. E. Hines. It wouldn’t be Christmas without caroling, and members of the congregation will leave the church at 8:00 to bring the familiar Christmas songs to their neighbors. Andrew J. White, the pastor, will speak on “Unrecognized, ,Yet Among Us” at the two morning worship hours on “The Fullness of Time” at the Family Worship and “The Grace of God and You” at the candle light service. At the conclusion of the fes tival celebration, the postlude, “Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne in Major,” by Dietrich Bux tehude, will be played by Miss Helen Richards, Organist and Choir Director. On Christmas Day there is scheduled a celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 10:30 a. m., with the Rev. Seminarian Har old Bode preaching on, “The Message of the Angels.” The Sunday School Children’s Christmas Program will be presented tomorrow evening at 7:30 p. m. New Secretary DELAWARE, OHIO Lewis H. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Jones, 1025 Nela View’ rd., has been elected secretary of Phi Kappa Psi fra ternity at Ohio Wesleyan Univ ersity. He is a graduate of Shaw High School. A junior physics major, Jones is also a member of the wrestling team. Men’s Glee Club and Pi Mu Epsilon honorary. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS NEW and used spinets, ail styles and finishes, nothing down. 3 years to pay Lewis Piano Com pany. 14681 Euclid at Lee LI. 1-4072 or ER. 1-2232 evenings NEW and used accordions at whole sale prices. TV 1-7541 2 ACCORIONS. 120 bass. Italian made reasonable KE. 1-3826 ACCORDIONS NEW and used, wholesale prices Call KE. 1-9349. Party Wants Piano Anytime Before Christmas MOVE MOW HAVE CASH SU. 1-7273 INTERING army, must sell King Zephyr alto saxophone, in good condition. $75. EV. 1-2763. ’IANOS bought and sold practice pianos. $45. Bill Piano, 12605 St Clair, GL. 1-0395. ACCORDIONS GUITARS NEW and USED Guitars _______from $25 Accordions from $40 EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED Call For Appointment BOB RUSSELL Music Studio MU. 1-3024 IV. 1-4828 Raimer-Hughe* Titano Dealer ACCORDION. 120 bass. Italian make, like new. quick sale. $75. KE. 1-0786. ACCORDION. 120 bass. Italian make. 5 shifts. 1 month old. guaranteed. $190 chord organ, $85. KE. 1-1918. SAVE $200 TO $400 on floor sample* and display model PIANOS and ORGANS All Styles and Finishes Available NO MONEY DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY L. JANSON CO. 15453 Euclid at Taylor Rd. Open Daily, 10 A.M. -9 P.M. Saturday to 5 P.M. MARTIN Imperial trumpet, with case and music. LI. 1-9162. PIANO instruction, classical excel lent with children Call evenings. 541-3940 VIOLA, practically no#. GL. 1-1365. SPANISH guitar. Gretcsh. syn chromatic, sun burst, cutaway neck, like new cost $250, FDR RENT FOR RENT OR LEASE E. 222nd A Ufa Shorn 2,700 square feet. Heat furnished. $125 monthly. A. M. PENA COMMERCIAL OFFICE 920 E. 222 AN. 1-1925 Hall For Rent Waddings. Portias, All Occasions WINDERMERE K. OF C. 13927 Euclid Ava LI. 1-2726 MU. 1-3378 Hall For Rent Weddings Parties All Occasions EUCLID ELKS CLUB 22700 Shore Center Drive RE. 2-9393 or RE. 1-6526 Hall For Rent 32400 Vine St AVAILABLE FOR DINNERS WEDDINGS AND PARTIES Call JOE HUTNIK WH. 3-1362 V.F.W. 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RUMMAGE SALE & Thrift Shop. 14418 St. Clair will continue our backroom sale every Friday and Saturday, noth ing over 25c: also we have won derful bargains in store at the lowest prices possible furniture, radios, etc. come in and look around FOR SALE-CLOTHING BANKRUPT sale Friday and Satur day new suits. $15.50. 638 East 185th st. Unique Tailors._____ BLACK Persian lamb coat, full length, almost new. $200. MU. 1-7269___________________ FORMALS and semi-formal*, sizes 7 and 9 Call EV. 2-0215.________ GRAY kidskin, brown cloth coat with mink trim. 12-14. $50. UL. 1-1879_____________________ CLOTHING $65 RED formal, sizes 8-9. worn only once. $20 AN. 1-0190. FOR SALE-APPLIANCES $40 case, both $150. RE. 2-9140. SMALL grand piano. 5 ft. 2 in., ex cellent condition, reasonable. RE. 1-9419. VIOLIN, full size, bargain. $75 also fine Amati. full size. GL. 1-7253. VIOLIN. size, excellent condition $75. WH. 2-5594 BABY NEEDS 3 LARGE baby cribs, one small 3 bouncing chairs. 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