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imEnQXIAN.RECfiRD, SÀTURDAY, HKCEMBER 2;ì, 1922
t'Ali K 'i'M
Christmas In St.
Johnsbury 's Churchef?
Continuai from Pago One
SOUTH CHURCH
Sunday, Decomber 24, lO.r.O
' Ordor of Service
Prolude "Chant Triomphale,"
(Gaul).
Doxology
Invocation qnd tne Lprd'$ Pray
er. Anthem "Nazareth" (Gounod)
Responsive Reading No. GÌ
Gloria Patria
Scripture Lesson. .
Anthem "Christ is Rorn of Mai
den Fair" (Maekinnon)
Pastoral Prayer.
Response "Hear Our Prayer"
. (Verdi)
Offei-tory "Gloria in Excelsis"
,(Gounod)
Consecration of Children in Eap
tism. Hymn No. 185.
Sermon by Mr. DeLapj), Sub
ject: The W'onder of Christmas.
Hymn No. 211
Benediction.
"Seven-fold Amen" (Stainer)
Postlude "Priest's - JJareh"
(Mendelssohn.) .
l Glory" (Ali verses).
Choir Selection.
Scripture Reading Luke 2: 8-14,
Loona Somers.
Scriptui-e Reading Matthew
1, 2, 811, Margaret Lowell.
Choir Selection.
Recitation by Primary Children
gett, Mrs. Charles Tqwne, Harold
Ficnch, Lindol M. Scott, James J.
Perpwne Alvin C. Noyes.
Hireetor P.f Music, C-. Frank
Harris. Organist, Mrs. Ilaria n A.
T pi man.
Margaret Adelaide Scott. Faith
"Little Children Can You Teli?" Evelyn Wilson and Ruth Ilarbary
2;
Christmas exercises to be given
at the Sunday School Ilour in the
Church Auditorium. ,
Hymn, 1!)2 (Ali join in'singing)
"Angels fropi the Realriiis of
Elouisa Henderspn, Gilbert John
son, Gilhert Somers and Jean
Teachout.
Spnjf by Primary Children
"Shine Out, O Flesseci Star."
Recitation by Primary Children
"Gifts for the Raby King," Ger
ald True, Elizabeth Ruiter, Gra
ham Newell, Adelaide Horton and
Alphonse St. Peter.
Song by First Year Juniors
"Once in Royal David's City."
Recitation "Then and Now,"
Bailey Brown and George Brodien.
Recitation "Till Christ Was
lìorn," Vera Thompson.
Recitation "Christian Lo, the
Star Appeareth", John Grant.
Hymn 209 (Ali Singing)
'Brtghtest and Best of the Sons,"
Ali verses.
Presentation of Books.
Christmas Message from th,e
rastor.
Prayer.
Hymn 201 (AH singing) "O Little
Town of Bethlehem." (Ali verses)
The members of the choir: Mrs.
Alvin C. Noyes, Mrs. Charles Rui
ter, Miss Catherine Morrison, Mrs.
Preston Connor, Mrs. Collins A.
Biodien, Mrs. Herbert W. Blod-
Dodbe Brothers
U5BD CAR5
Suggestion to prospettive
Userì Cai buyers : Come in and
give us ari idea of what you
would like and'how much you
wisli. to pay. If the car isn't
on the floor we will give you
first option on it when it
comes.
lìememper:
good as the
deal.
A used car is only as
funi with which ypu
The C. fl. Goss Company
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Tuckerman are to be eonsecrated
in Christian baptisni.
GRACE METHODIST
' CHURCH
Sunday Morning, 10.30
Organ Prelude Pastoral from
"The Manger Throne," (Charles
Manney.)
Invocation sentence.
Hymn 107 "Joy to the World".
Apostle's Creed (AH Standing)
Prayer Closing with Lord's
Player
Doublé Quartet "O be joyful
unto the Lord," '(N.evin).
Responsive Reading First fpr
Special l'ays. Christmas.
Gloria Patri.
Scripture Lesson Luke 2:8-20.
Male Quartet "We have seen
His Star in the East," ' (Cideb
Simper.)
Notices.
t)ff ering Offertory.
Children's Sermon.
Hymn 111 l'Hark! The Herald
Angels Sing."
Sermon "The Christmas Mes
sage of Peace."
Hymn 121 "O Little Town of
Bethlehem."
Benediction.
poxology (Ali Standing).
Postlude (William, Best)
Christmas Servite by the Sunday
School at 7.00 Sunday Evening
"The-World's Christmas Mail"
PART ONE
Organ Prelude "Christmas Pas
toral". (Harker)
Processionai Hymn No. Ili
"Hark! the Herald Angels Sing."
Responsive Reading: (Pastor
and School)
Prayer: (Pastor and School.)
Player: Pastor.
Solo: Miss Lillian Richard.
PART TWO
God's Message
"Cairn on the Listening Ear of j
Night." (Sears). "Hark! What I
Mean Thote Holy Voices," (Ca- j
wood). ''Joy to the World,"
(Watts).
Sermon by the pasto r.
12 noon. So.hpp' pf the Church
CHRISTMAS
CAROLS ON
Christmas Recitations'and songs
by pupjls.
7.00 p. m. Christmas Cantata,
"The Hope of the W'prld'." Miss
Catherine Moirison soprano; Ityr.
Harlan Tolman, cpntrajto; Pcarl
Henderson, bass; A. j. Ppyter,
lenor.
Christmas Talk, 1fMemorje.i of
Bethlehem.'' Wustrated with 51
beautiful stereopticon pjetures.
Christm,as carpls illustrateci with
stereopticon slides will be sung by
choii; apd congregatiaiv
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Rev. Dr. J. V. Klaren. rector in
charge will preach at the mid
night servire Christmas ève. The
servire opens at 11.30 and the
choir, C. Montgomery, organist,
will render the following music:
Processionai, "O Come, AH Ye
Faithful," (.T. Reading); ''Angels
from the Realms of Glory," (IL
Smart).
S. Kyrie, (li. L. Winter).
Gloria Tibi, (C. Gounod).
Creed, (W. T. Best).
Hymn before Sermon, "Q Little
Town of Bethlehem," (J. Baroby).
Otrertory, Solo, "Holy Offerings
Rich and Rare," (R. Redhead).
Sursum Corda, (J. Cemidge).
Sanctus, (J. Camidge).
Agnus Dei, (T. Adams).
Gloria in Excelsis, Old Chant.
Nunc Dimittis, (C. À. Barry).
Recessional, "Hark the Herald
Angels Sing," (Mendelssphn)
On Christmas day, Monday, at
10 a. m. there will be a celebration
Community Tree Redy
Witfl Program for Sun
day Afternoon " '
The flr tree that took root near
the Summer Street school common
many-years ago, that has thrived
with the passing years in watching
the school children at their sum
mer and winter play, has been
magnified into a Community
Christmas tree and ablaze with
lights and Christmas decorations
will be the center of attraction
Sunday afternoon. Massed in front
pf it school children who have
played under its friendly shade,
many of them men and womcn
growTi, will lift their voices in car
olhng Christmas joy. A platform
has been erected in front of the
tree and here, weather pei-mitting
ai. organ and cornet will accom
jiany (the singer. C. A. Shields
will lead the singing and Mrs. B. E.
Doyle will be ,iri charge of the
school children.
Through the courtesy of the Cal-
edonian-Record and the Cowles
Press 500 copies of the Christmas
hymns and carols will be grven
out and groups of singers Irom ali
the churches, Girl Scouts and oth
ers will lead off, joined by the
Christmas crowds.
The tree, which is on the lawn
adjoining the home of Mrs. George
M. Howe, ahs been wireu tor tne
gieat ocrasion, the paltform is
comnleted and everything is in
of Holy Communion witb. Dr. Kla- headiness for the assembling of
en, ihe celebiant
The services for Sunday are:
8.00 a. m. Celebration of Holy
Communion.
10.UO a. m. Morning prayer
with sermon.
3.00 Even song and Christmas
pageant presented by hunciay
Singing of Chi-ist-
Nativity Scenes: Introducod by
the Spirit of the Christmas Mes- ; School.
sage. ii.rjo p. m.
a. The Annunciation; b. I he ' mas Carols.
Light of the Shepherds; c. The, 12. 00 Regular midnight sei-vice
Quest of the Wise Men; Speaking ttlebiation of -Holy Communion
jiarts by Helen lirough, Marion Christmas Day
We cordially thank the public for the inereased business
preceeding the Holidays and extend
Xmas Greetings
and a prosperous next year for ali our parons.
Thru the winter, we shall close our store Tuesday,
Thursday and Friclay evenings at 8 o'clock. Wednesdays
at fi. Sunday hours from 9 till 10 a. m.
For any Prescriptions
hours phone 520,
or emergency .sen'ice after.
BriÉam's Dm
Store
Cowling, Dorothy Roy and Donald
McGiegor.
PART THREE
Our Reply
Sen-ice of World Friendship.
The Spirit of the Christmas Mes
sage, Helen Brough.
To the Christ Child, William
Chalmers.
Post Card Messages, Arthur
Simpson.
World-Wide Children's Friend
ships, Caroline Howard.
The Spirit of Communication,
Philip Lysier.
Tho Needs of American Chil
dren, Dorothy Manning.
The Unprivik'geil Children of the
World, Bertha Mathews.
C:hildien Without a Christmas,
Edwin Burrows.
The World's Christmas Mail
and Carols: Spirit of the Christ
mas Message; Presentation of
Gifts by the Departmnts.
Offertorv, Marion Dumi.
Hymn No. 122 "Thou Didst
I.eave Thy Throne."
Responsive Reading (Pastor and
School)
Benediction.
Postlude Bach
Monday evening at 7 the Sunday
school will hold a Christmas tree
with a novel program under the
direction of Mrs. R. E. Doyle.
10.00 a. ni. Celebration ot Holy
Communion.
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
The Old Time Wish with a New Time Meaning
Merry Christmas
and
A Happy New Year
St. Johnsbury House
Tea Room and Gift Shop
Christmas Dinner at the St. Johnsbury House at
12 o"clock Monday. $1.25 per piate.
ST. ALOYSIUS CHURCH
Midnight Mass will be the open-
ing sei-vice of Christmas day at St.
Aloysius church. The pastor,
Rev. Fr. J. W. Dwyer will officiate
and Dr. Drouin will have charge
01 the program.
At this service a special program
of vocal music will be rendered by
an augmented choir. The mass
numbers are made up of the best
selections of Catholic church mu
sic rendered in our time.
Kyrie Eleison (Montani)
Gloria in Excelsis, (Montani)
Credo, ( Elsenheimer)
Offertory, Adeste Fideles. Solo
ist, Mrs. Maud Cosgrove. (From
Gregorian with duet, trio and
choir).
Sanctus, Masse Solemnelle (Gou
nod.) Benedictus, Masse Solemnelle,
(Gounod).
Agnus Dei with quartet, (Montani)
The instrumentai music will be
rendered bv ali the members of the
Globe Theatre orchestra, including
, i 1....4:,
a prelude, communion -l.n!llMJ
and postlude.
On Christmas morning at 0
o'clock the children of the parish
will sing at a low mass. Miss
Mary McGovern will be the organ
ist with Miss Bianche Ling, Miss
Mary Leary and Miss Ruth Mc
Govern, the soloists. These num
bers will be given:
Processionai Hymn.
Hail, Happy Christmas Day.
With Glory Lit the Midnight Air.
( Deilman)
Arleste Fidelia.
Christmas Carol.
Hark, The Herald Angels Sing.
Organ Postlude, March Romaine.
(Gounod) .
Miss Mary McGovem will be the
organist with Miss Bianche Ling,
Miss Mary Leary and Miss Ruth
McGovern, the soloists.
MORE
NOTVE DAME DES
VICTQIRES
The choir of Notre Dame church
under the direction of Dr. C. A.
Pievost with M '' Minnìe Nagle,
organist, many soloists and the boy
choir, Brother Theophane director,
will give the midnight mass. The
service will open at 11.45 Christ
mas ève. On Christmas day niass
es at 8 and 10.
Midnight mas; program:
Oveiture.
Minuet Chietieu, Sung by Dr. J.
D. Bachand.
Hymn, Ils cheminaient, Choir Boys.
Director, Brother Theophane.
Introit, Dominus Dixit, Choir
Bovs.
Solemn Mass, St. Cecilia, by
Charles Gounpd.
Gravuel, Choir Boys, Teceum prin
cipium. Offertory Adeste Fideles, Choir
Boys.
Soloists, Dr. Bachand, Mrs. Da
vid Prevost, Miss Marie Prevost,
Miss, L. Dutile, Miss J. Dutile,
Miss O. Hamel, Miss A. Roscicot,
Miss M. Racette Thomas Prevost,
Afred I.avigne, Romeo Nagle, Ke
gis Nagle, Gerard Nagle Fernando
Quastonguay.
During Communion, "Nazareth"
sung by Dr. Bachand.
Christmas Hymn.
Pastorale.
Full choir.
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH
At the 10.30 service Sunday
morning chorus and soloists will
render the Christmas music and
'the pastor, the Rev. A. S. Wood-
woi-th will speak on "The Bells
of Bethlehem." This is the pro-p-am
:
Baritone solo, "Nazareth," Pearl
Henderson.
Choruses, "Angels. from the
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
The musical part of the service
will be rendered by the chorus
choir under the leadership of Mr.
George E. Felch with Mrs. Jean
Goodiich organist.
10.30 A. M.
Organ Prelude, Cantabile in G
Major, (Grison.)
Anthem with flute obligato.
Cantique de Noel, (Adolph
Adam.)
Anthem, The Angel's Song
Song, (Lorenz)
Response.
Worship Christ the New Born
Kinu'.
Postlude, Adoste Fidelia
7.00 P. M.
The chorus choir and the Sun
day school unite in the pageant,
The Chirstmas Symbols. The
choir will sing an anthem, Holy
Night Divine. Other special musi
cal numbers will be, Solo, Away In
A Manger, Mrs. Mildred Abbott;
Solo, There's A Beautiful Star,
Miss Emma Ronan.
The Pageant will be soniething
unique for a Christmas event and
and will interpret the various
symbols of Christmas against a
background showing a panoramic
view of Bethlehem. The symbols
interpreted are to be. The Three
Wise Men, The Star, the Shep
herds, The Mother and Child, The
Chirstmas Greens, The Candels,
and the Gifts.
the community around the glori
fied tree in celebration of the most
joyous day of days. The hour has
been set at 4.30 so as to accommo
date ali.
Mrs. Doyle's Dancing
Class at Lyndonville
At the regular Orientai club
dance at Lyndonville Thursday
evening, the new and latest dance,
the Coco, was demonstrated by
Mrs. B. E. Doyle of St. Johnsbury
to a very apprecialive audience
of about twenty couples. AH
thought it one of the prettiest
dances they had even seen and
there were many who showed fine
art in the mastering of the steps
of the dance. Music was furnished
bv Mrs. Wilkie's orchestra.
'By request, Mrs. Doyle will con
duct a class at Lyndonville early
in the coming year.
HOLD CROSSMAN
UNDER $500 BAIL
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Charles Grossman, alias William
Catarrhal Deafness
if often caused by an inflamed
tondition of the mucous lining of
tfco Eustachian Tube. When thr
tube is inflamed you have a rumbl
Ing sound or imperfect hearing.
Pnless the inflammation can be re
duced, your hearing may bo de
stroved forever.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDI
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Deafness caused by Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRII MEDICINE
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Advertisement.
THE TWIN STATE GAS &
ELECTRIC COMPANY
Tc Pripr Lien Stock
Quarterly Dividend Number 14
'iho rpKulnr eiunitorly dividend of
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General Offices,
Boston, Dee. 8. 1922.
ADVENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
At the Advent Christian church
the pastor. Rev. L. E. Peabody will
preach Sunday morning, topic,
"Tho Tale as Told by the Clock,
Time." Christmas anthems will be
Kung by the chorus choir, and the
Sunday School will raeet at the
usuai time, 12 o'clock.
At 7.00 Sunday evening Chris-t-mas
seivices will be held witb, or:
chestral music and special an
them. The pastor will speak oa
"Glad Tidings from a Far Country."
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among the cunshine and fkwers.
HOTEL H'.CYON HALL
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Claimed that what Aj&erica
needs is moro go ahéàd Fpirit
Snmc nrnnl havp tlntv f n
Ready For
Another Season
Bring us your out-of-season
clothes. We will give them the
undivided attention that comes
with years of unquestioned sei-vice
in cleaning clothes.
When we return them to you,
cleansed and spotless, you will be
pleasantly surprised with the re
sult. Timely and prompt scnice
assuwd ali our patrons.
Palmer Bros.
Diy Cksning Eaftem Avenue
Grossman, oi Alìston, Ma'.s., was
lodged in Washington county ja il
ypsterday afternoop by eputy V
S. Marshal II. C. Lawson after
a hearing before United States
Commissioner H. C. Shurtleff, at
which baij yvas fixc: in the amount
of $500. Grossman was arrested in
connection with the seizuie of a
Buiek roadster oarrying 51 hottles
of champagne by Deputy Marshall
Lawson and Night Chief Harry
Gamble of the Barre police force
in Williamstown Gulf November 8.
The driver of the car escaped from
the pfTicers ì-uhping down a bank.
Massachusetts registration plates
were founcl on the car and an ;it-
tempt was macie to trace the
driver by this means.
Grossman was detained by
James Kelley, a federai prohibition
olficer, in Morrisvilie. He said he
was coming down from Franklin
and that he had purchased an au-
CALENDAR
GIRL'S COMMUNITY LEAGUE
Sunday at 4-30 ut skating link
Girl ScoUts and other league girls
help in singing at community tree
7.00. o'eipek. GUI Scouts, Tropp 1
and 2 gather at Colonial to gp
carol singing.
Monday: Merry Christmas.
Thursday: 2 to 4.30 Good Times
club, Christmas party. -
Saturday: 10 to 12, Girl Scouts,
troop 4. Advertisement.
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he was acting as a pilot or scout
for U car containing liquor.
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It will mean a great joy to the recipient for
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Make yourself and your family a gift of
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The newspaper of today, no mtter if 25 cents
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you bought.
In the first place it represents an investment
in plant and equipment of many thousands of
dollars.
Its editor and staff work diligenlly day in
and day out to gather ali the news and present
it to you in reasonable fashion. It aims to keep
you informed on ali the news that's "fit for ink."
With the average paper, the pi ice you pay
for subscription does not cover the cost of
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Think it over. Look it over. Then support'
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