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Medina, Ohio, Dec 24, 1920.
THE MEDINA SENTINEL PAGE FIVE PERSONALS Mrs. B. Peiton and son Richard of Lake wood will spend Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Styer. v Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hallock 'of Elyr ia will spend Xmas with, the letter's atother, Mrs. W. E. Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Donohue of Cleveland will spend Xmas and New Years with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Aver ill, in Medina, and other relatives in Hinckley. ' Mr. 'Leo. J. Bartunek of Baldwin Wallace Conservatory, Berea, return ed Wednesday morning to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bartunek. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips and child ren of Akron will spend the holidays at the home of Mrs. R. M. McDowell. Mrs. J. R. Moore and son Brayton left Tuesday for Marion, 0., where they will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dressier. Mr. Chas. Selkirk of Sandusky will spend Xmas with his aunt, Miss Susan Alden. - Miss Helen Hobart of Sandusky came heme Thursday for Xmas vacation. Commander and Mrs. R. P. Schla bach and son who are spending Xmas here, will return to Quihcey, Mass., on Sunday. Messrs I. H. and Clarence Rickard will spend Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Mauley Clark and family in Massillon. The Misses Dresden and Miss Flora Hard of Cleveland will spend Satur day at Mr. B. F. Hobart's. - Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Brainard will spend Xmas and the week-end at Mr. John Stewart's in" Cleveland & Mr. and Mrs. Louis Abrams and family will spend Xmas with relatives in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newton and daughters, Rowenna and Evalyn, will spend the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Spitzer Mr. Wesley Manville of Boston Tech arrived home Sunday for the holiday vacation. Miss Minnie Newton of Chicago is at home to spend Xmas with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Newton. Attorney J. W. Seymour was in To ledo on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Andrews are spending Xmas with their daughters in Lakewood. t Miss Copeland of Virginia is the guest at the home of Mrs 0. H. Mc Dowell during the holiday season. 1 Miss Ruth Lehr of Sandusky will spend the week-endswith Miss Helen Hobart. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Clark and daugh ter. Miss Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Johnson7 of Hinckley and Mrs. Sadie Petit and family will spend Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark. Miss Katherine Rowe attended the Friar club dance given in Cleveland on Thursday evening. Mr. F. L. Rollins and daughter of Cambridge are spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. J. L. Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. C- B. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. West, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bohley and family, C. E. Dickerman and family, Glen Weisz and family and F.H. Bene dict and family will be guests Satur day of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dickerman. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rickard, and sons andMr. and Mrs. Bert Warner and daughter, Virginia, will spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hobart Mr. D. W. Watkins. will spend Xmas with his parents in Barnesville. Miss Caroline Wilson and Mr. Clar ence Winch will spend the holdays with their parents at Plattsburg, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lowe, son Thorn ton and daughter Amy of Chicago.are guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. B Webber. Mr and Mrs. C. E. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodruff, Mr and Mrs. Matt Newton and son Dudley and Miss Elinor Smith of Cleveland will spend Xmas and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Porter in Orrville. Messrs. John Kemp and F. A. Huff man of the Henry Miller Foundry Co., will spend Xmas at their homes in Kokomo, bid. Miss Margaret Randall' of Oberlin Conservatory arrived home Tuesday for Xmas vacation. Mrs. Ed. Bostwick and daughter Irene are spending Xmas and Sunday in Akron with relatives. Mrs. B. Peiton and son Richard of Lakewood will spend Xmas day at J. F. Styer's. (continued on page eight) CHRISTMAS MUSIC IN MEDINA CHURCHES ' St. Paul's Church Rev. R. K. Caulk, Rector At 11 p. m., Friday, the 24th, will be held the regular Christmas morn ing service, with celebration of the Holy Communion. At this service appropriate music will be rendered.a full program of which was printed in. last week's Sentinel. There will be the regular morning 26th, with the repetition of the musi cal program of Friday night and some new features. At 4 p. m., Sunday, the spe'rial Christmas vesper service will be held and an elaborate musical program has been arranged for this service. fun programs of both Sunday ser vices follow below. At both of these services the choir will be assisted by Miss Ruth Lehrer, violinist, of San dusky, Ohio, who will play two num bers at each service. Sunday Morning Processional "0, Come AHYe Faithful' ' Venite . Rogers Choir Soloists, Mrs. Long, Mr. Best - Choir Soloists, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Washburn, Messrs. Best, Brainard, Thatcher Jubilate Lansing Choir Soloists, Miss Offineer, Mr. Hest Anthem "Hark. The Glad Sound" ,'. Lerman Soloists, Mrs. Washburn, Mr. Best Hymn "0, Little Tovto of Bethlehem" Offertory "Anthem .Celestial" Adams Mr. Louis Best , Recessional "Hark, the Herald Angels Christmas Vespers Processional ''0, Come All Ye Faithful" Anthem "Hark, The Glad Sound" Lerman Soloists Mrs. Washburn - Mr. Best Nunc Dimitis Anthem "Holy Night" Soloist, Mrs. Long Solo Mr. E. W. Barnes Hymn "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" Solo "Celestial Anthem" Mr. Best Recitative "Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind Be Opened" Air "He ShalT Feed His Flock" (from "Messiah") Handel Soprano Mrs. Long Contralto Helen Hobart Recessional "Angels from the Realms of Glory" Clemens Wood Adams Your' "CHRISTMAS" Hate you saved "money of a sufficient amount to finance your Yuletide shopping? Did you begin to save early? All doubt that you shopping funds '.'next" year will be ample for your needs will be removed if you join our Christmas Club, the members of which save sys tematically. Our Christmas Club makes it possible for you to save a small amount each week anything from a few cents to $5.00. By making these deposits over a period of fifty weeks you will build up a handsome reserve ranging from $12.75 to $250.00 and next December you will receive our check for the full amount plus interest at the rate of 4 if- all deposits have been made on schedule. ' JOIN TODAY. PLAN FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS NOW. The Savings Deposit Bank Co. MEDINA, OHIO Congregational Church Rev. Wm. J. Drew, Pastor Soloists Miss Cora Warren. Mr. Barnes, Miss Katherine Hemmeter Pianist Miss Margaret Randall Girls' Chorus, Sunday School Orchestra, Choir . Prelude "March of the Magi" Dubois Processional, 12C Invocation Scripture Prayer Anthem "Born at Last, the Great Messiah" Dow Miss Hemmeter and Choir Scripture Carol "Bethlehem Star" Girls' Chorus Solo "The Radiant Star" Ashford Miss Cora Warren Hymn, 123 ! Carol "Shepherd and Shepherdesses" Old French Offertory Piano Solo "Impromptu" Schubert Miss Randall Solo "0, Sing to Christmas" Wand Mr. Barnes Carol "O'er the Distant Mountains" Wessel i Girls' Chorus Anthem "Contique d'e Noel" Adams Mr. Barnes and Choir Benediction Postlude, in D A Bridge St. Francis Xavier Church Rev. John Ryan, Pastor Asperges Me Mass, in D Peters Kyrie x Gloria in Excelsis Deo Credo , Sanctus Benedictus Agnes Dei ' Solo "Adeste Fidelis" Regina C. Bartunek (Following the Mass, Benediction) of the Blessed Sacrament) 0 Salutaris Tantum Ergo Laudate Dominum Soloists Ella Canavan, Regina C. Bartunek, , Leo J. Bartunek Organist Mrs. Mary Leach merry Christmas and H nappy Itew Year to M AND SAY!! . - AH day Friday there will be the biggest sale of things for Christmas It this store you ever heard of. The order is to sell all HOLIDAY SLIPPERS-atid the price we put on them is going to do it. Better buy your presents here. GRIESINGER services at 10 a. m., Sunday, the "Pilgrims", by F. M. Plank. Treat for children of Sunday School. Sunday 10 a. m. Prelude "Hosannah" Wachs Processional Apostles' Creed Prayer Anthem "0 Holy Night" Adams Mrs. Bieelow and Choir Offertory "The -Christmas Story" lhoir Reception of Members Sermon Recessional "O Little Town of Bethlehem" Postlude "Allegro" Mendelssohn Vespers 7 p. m. Choir Soloists Mrs. Bigelow, Fred Bohley, Mary Leah Gish Orchestra Mrs. D. C. Babcock,, Mr. Kenneth Sedgwick, violins; Mr) Alfred Dannley, clarinet; Mrs. H. Y. Zeiglers piano Carols (Sung in Distance) Processional (Sung in Distance) Prayer Scripture Reading . Anthem "0 Holy Night" Adams Mrs. Bigelow and Choir Solo Recitative and Aria , (From "The Word Made Flesh") Alexander Fred Bohley Anthem "The, Christmas Message" Dressier Miss Glsh and Choir Solo "Berceuse" Sanford Mrs. D. C. Babcock, violin Solo "The Christmas Star" Adams Mrs. Bigelow, Mrs. Ziegler, piano; John Beck, organ Offertory "Christmas Mussette" Molloy (An old style composition) Organ Anthem "King All Glorious" Barnby Mrs. Bigelow, Fred Bohley and Choir Recessional "The Christmas Song" Postlude "Praeludium" , Becker Methodist Church Rev. W. H. Bryenton, Pastor Thursday evening, 7 p. m., Carol singing, Christmas and patriotic, il lustrated with stereoptican slides, and solos by Mrs. Bigelow. Talk on The Spirit of the Season Prompts us to express to you our thanks for the Business entrusted to us and we wish you A Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year with Prosperity and all Good Fortune. First Baptist Church Choir, Mrs. Alvin Beck, organist, M. J. Deyell, director, will give the Christmas Cantata, "Adoration", by Nenn, on Sunday evening, Dec. 26, at 7 p. m. Chorus "O Come AU Ye Faithful" Choir Brass Solo "Behold a Virgin Shall Conceive Everett Warren Women's Chorus Soprano Solo Yvonne McNeal Mien's Chorus "Then Sweeping Through the Arch of Light" Chorus "Softly the Starlight" Choir Tenor Solo "And Lo, the Angel of the Lord" M. J. Deyell Soprano Solo "Fear Not, For Behold I Bring You Good Tidings" MJrs. Everett Warren Chorus "Glory to God in the Highest" Choir Alto Solo "Hushed at Length the Gracious Song" Miss Minnie Wells Chorus "Amen, Lord We Bless Thee" Choir v ABRAMS Clothing & Shoe Store MEDINA, OHIO s Church of Christ 7 p. m. Rev. W. R. Moffbt, Minister Choir, assisted by Miss Eulalie Da mon, Mrs. M. C. Gage, Mr. Fred Bohley, and Harry Lincoln, cello; John Beck will direct and preside at the piano. Program: Prelude "Herd Girl's Dream" Labitshy Hynm "Joy to the World" Invocation Scripture Anthem "The Lord is Kin" A Roberts Solo Ashford Mrs. Gage Hymn "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" Christmas Message, by Pastor Male Quartet "Sing Noell' Anthem "That Sweet Story of , Old" " Adams Miss Damon and Choir Solo "Our Kins' Has Come" i Neidlinger Fred; Bohley Solo 'Cello Selected v Harry Lincoln Offering Anthem "We Have Seen His Star" The Warner-Hemmeter Co The Quality Store Santa Claus Has been spending weeks weaving a Bright magic wreath of Good Will and Love around the earth; on Christmas Eve this girdle will be complete the stosking will be filled the parcels delivered. Is there any one you have missed whom you might easily re member with a token of friendship? Put all the Christmas spirit you can into the remaining hours and try to add one more drop of joy to some one's cup; and perhaps there is some one whose stocking will be empty unless you send a gift. As first aid to eleventh hour shoppers we offer the follow ing list : Umbrellas $2.50 to $10.00 Gloves fabric, silk, and kid $1.00 to $3.75 Handkerchiefs 5c to $2.00 each Hosiery 35c to $5.95 Wide Ribbons 50c to $2.00 Blankets $2.95 to $4.95 Rugs 1-5 to 1-3 Off. Thermos Bottles .'$6.75 and $10.00 Leather Purses $1.50 to $5.00 Leather and Velvet Bags $2.95 to $8.95 Beaded Bags $5.95 Beads and Necklaces 50c to $3.95 Work Baskets $5.00 to $5.75 Towels 35c to $2.00 Wash Cloths 8c to 20c Dressing Combs 35c to $1.00 Hughes Ideal Hair Brushes $1.25 Wool Scarfs $8.95 to $15.00 Wool Tarn Caps , $1.75 Children's Mittens 50c to $1.25 Lace Collars. 58c to $2.25 Lace Vests . .$1.35 to $2.75 Silk Boudoir Caps $1.00 to $2.50 Billie Burke Pajamas $2.95 to $8.50 Polly-Anna Lingerie $1.95 to $18.50 Ribbon Camisoles $2.50 to $5.00 Crepe-de-Chine and Silk Camisoles $1.50 to $3.95 Silk Combination Suits $3.50 to $7.95 Cotton Combination Suits $2.00 to $3.95 Silk Petticoats 1-4 Off. Crepe-de-Chine Nightgowns $7.95 to $8.95 Batiste or Muslin Nightgowns $1.95 to $3.95 Tennis Flannel Pajamas or Gowns $2.00 to $2.95 Tennis Flannel Petticoats $1.25 to $1.39 Suits . 1-3 Off. Cloth Coats 1-2 and 1-3 Off. Fur Coats $195.00 to $380.00 Leather Coat $49.50 Rain Coats ; $29.50 Fur Scarfs $10.00 to $69.50 Muffs '...iff 1i $10.00 to $35.00 House Dresses $1.95 to $5.95 Tailored Dresses 1-4 Off. Afternoon and Party Dresses 1-2 and 1-4 Off. Underwear . 10 Off. Dress Goods i V. 10 Off. Silks , $1.00 to $4.95 Dress Skirts .. $6.95 to $8.75 Crepe-de-Cmne Blouses $3.95 to $15.00 Georgette Blouses , $3.95 to $18.50 Voile and Batiste Blouses -. . .$1.00 to $15.00 Sweaters $5.95 to $25.00 Sweater Sets for Children $4.00 to $8.00 Bathrobes ., $7.95 Bathrobe Blankets $6.50 to $8.95 Shell or Silver Bag Tops $1.00 to $3.50 Quilted Vests or Jackets $3.95 Aprons 25c to $2.95 Jack Tar Middies and Middy Suits $6.95 to $29.50 Indian Blankets $6.95 to $8.95 Felt Slippers for Men or Women $2.00 and $2.25 Fancy Combs , 35c to $1.95 Talcum and Face Powder .... 20c to $1.00 Brocaded Ribbons for Vests $2.00 Towel and Wash Cloth Sets .$1.00 to $2.75 rPlush Coats $29.50 to $1.75 The Warner-Hemmeter Go. Hymn "O Come All Ye Faithful"