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proprlately decorated " for Chrlst
maa vers will . pft placed tor:
Mr. and Jars. Paul H. Acton and
little son. Wlnsor Paul, Miss Cath
erine Armstrong, Miss Mary Phil
lips, and Mrs. and Mrs. Smith and
Christmas Cantata at Knight
At the Knight Memorial church
Sunday evening at 7:30, the vest
ed choir will sing the Christmas
Cantata "The Holy Nativity," by
Henry Wildermere. A candle light
procession by the choir singing
"Joy to the World," will be an
impressive feature of the opening
service. The cantata Includes:
"Look Above," opening chorus.
"Tidings or Joy," tenor solo;
"Unto You is Born a Savior,"
tenor" solo; chorus.
"The Song of the Shepherds,"
"Within a Lowly Manger Ly
ing," soprano solo. J
"Glory to God," men's voices;
"Let Us Go to Bethlehem,"
baritone solo; chorus.
"Tell Far and Near," tenor
"Wonderful Night," men's voic
"Christmas Joy-Bells," final
The organist, Donald J. Allison,
will play as an organ prelude
Handel's "Largo," and "Largo
from The New Worw Symphony,"
requested, by Dvorak, for offertory.
The solo parts of the cantata
will be sung by Alvin Mead, Ron
ald Craven, Jay Thompson, Lawr
ence Deacon, Miss Pearl Eyre.
Mrs. J. C. Currie and Leonard
at Morley Home
-The W. H. Morley home will
the scene of two attractive affairs
during the Christmas Beason,the'
family Christmas tree which was;
held last night at 7:30 o'clock
and the dinner which will be
served today at 1 o'clock.
Included in the family group
are Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Morley
and sons Danny and Tommy, Mr.
and Mrs. Lane Morley and sons
Herbert, Lawrence and Ellsworth,
the children of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Morris, the hosts, Ansel, Os
well, Ellen and Phyllis, Mrs. Ber
tha Marsters and children Hazel
and Kenneth, and the hosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slater
and Mrs. Josephine Stewart left
yesterday for Portland where
they will spend the Christmas
week-end. They will be house
guests of Mrs. Edward Stevens,
Mrs. Stewart's sister.
Chadwick Chapter of the
Eastern Star Sponsors
Affairs which have been really
superlative successes are those of
the holiday season which Chad
wick chapter of the Eastern Star
has sponsored in the Masonic tent
pie. When Chadwick Chapter enter
tained in the afternoon the lodge,
rooms were unaccountably lovely
with evergreen trees, palms and
azaleas piaced by J. W. Maruny.
The refreshment room was no
less lovely with Mrs. Harry Belt
and Mrs. J. O. Hosford having
been in charge of the decorations.
Mrs. L. W. Gleason took the
role of Santa Claus in a manner
most gratifying to all. for she was
a most liberal saint in her dis
tribution of gifts.
The', delicious f plnip --ptaddTng "
were made hy Mrs. Mary Johnson,
mother of the 'worthy matron. In
her own kitch.e.ri, The hundreds
of detectable cookies were Mrs.
Mrs.'O. A. Olson, with this
meeting, closed a very successful
twelve months as general Bvcial
chairman tor the chapter.
- A program of interest was giT
en, -with Hev. H. :Doocan Cham
bers, giving a truly .beautiful
Christmas address. Mrs, .Arthur
Utley sang -Christmas songs with
Mrs. Corydon Blodgett playing her
accompaniments.?- Mrs. Martin
Fereshetian gave several vocal
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HRISTMIS JOY AND CHEET
STILL, WE'RE ALIVAYS
GLAD WE'RE HERE
TO WISH FOR rOU EACH YEAR
W. G. Krueger, Realtor
147 North Commercial
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VST A FAJSKDLY GREETING.
HBARTT AND SIS CURE.
A WISH FOR CHRISTMAS HAF?INESS,
ASD MIRTH THE COMING YEAR
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the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max O.
The ceremony will be perform
ed at the Rose City Park Metho
dist church. Miss Maxine Buren,
a sister of the groom, and Miss
Vera Prudaomme will serve as
A number of exceedingly at
tractive affairs have been given in
Miss Hausler's honor.
Special Christmas Music at
First Baptist Church To
morrow at Two Services
Special Christmas music will be
rendered, at both services of the
First Baptist church, Sunday,
The choir of twenty selected
voices under the direction of R.
H. Robertson will be assisted by
Mrs. W. F. Foster and Robert
Alexander, pianists, Ive Claire
Love, violinist and Sidney Jarry,
director of the church orchestra.
The program fa as follows:
Anthem, "Wonderful Story,"
Tenor solo, "Birth of the King,"
R. H. Robertson
Anthem, "Heaven's Melodious
Selections by the orchestra.
Hymn, "O Come all Ye Faith-
Anthem, "Brightest and Best."
Women's chorus. "The New
Moon at ChristmaB," Marsh.
Carol, "We Three Kings of Ori
ent Are," Old English.
Men's chorus, "Let Us Now Go
Even Unto Bethlehem, Nevin.
' Offertory, violin solo, Iva Claire
Soprano solo, "Gesu Bambino,"
rietro A, Yon Neva Cooler.
Hymn. 0 Little Town of Beth-
Anthem, "Christmas Bells,"
Postlude, "by the orchestra.
The members of the choir are:
Sopranos, Neva Cooley, Mrs. Dale
Taylor, Mrs. Theo. Roth, Mrs. E.
H. Shanks, Viola Lottis; contral
tos, Mrs. Ethed Ljau, Mrs. C. H.
Pickens, Ruth Carson. Mina Gile;
tenors, Fred Broer, Dale Taylor,
Theo. t Roth, E. H. Mundinger,
Geo. Clark, R. H. Robertson; bas
sos, Chas. Anderson, Ed. Schunke,
Walter Lottis, C. H. Pickins and
Dr. L. E. Barrick.
Rahns in Portland for Day
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn
are Spending Christmas day in
Portland as the house guests of
Mrs. Rahn's brother and sister-
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Miss
Blanche Hammel were guests for
the recent MacDowell club con
cert. ' i-s '
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Rahn
motored to Portland for a dinner
and dance at the Alderwood Coun
try club.' , .
Sunday School Pageant
at First Methodist Church
"The .Story of the First Christ
mas" is the title of the pageant
to be presented by the Sunday
school In the First Methodist
church on next Sunday evening.
The scene will be a home on
Christmas eve, where a mother re
lates the story of the Nativity to
her children, while each part is
acted out by members of the cast
on the platform. The following
episodes will be given.
Pageant; "The Story of the First
Miss Margaret K. Sutherland,
Or ga ri Prelude . . Evangel i ne Hall
1. Christmas Eve In the Home. .
2. Tha Carol Singers.
; "Adeste Tideles"
There's a Beautiful Star"
3 A Mother's Christmas Story.
FIRST EPISODE" The Manger
: t- . - : ; Miracle .
"Old Scrooge." Film at First
Congregational church, 7:15 o-clock.
First Baptist church. Christ
mas music at two services, 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Choir of 20
voices under direction of R. H.
Christmas cantata at Knight
Memorial church, 7:30 o'clock.
Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood. Msr. W. D. Smith and Miss
Grace Elizabeth Smith, hostesses,
1765 Center street, 7.45 o'clock.
RNA. Mrs. Bertha Loveland,
345 South 25th St., hostess.
"Fear not, for thou shalt
bring forth a son and shall
call his name Jesus."
2. The Magnificant.
"My soul doth magnify the
Lord and my spirit hath re
joised in God my Savior."'
3. The Journey to Bethlehem.
"Joseph also went from Gal
ilee unto the city of David to
be taxed wit hMary."
SECOND EPISODE, "The Angel's
1. Watching the Flock.
"There were shepherds abid
ing in the field, keeping
watch over the flocks by
2. The Angel's Song.
"Glory to God in the high
est, and on earth peace and
good will to men." i
3. The Shepherd's Quest, .
"Let us now go even unto
Bethlehem and see this thing
which has come to pass."
THIRD EPISODE "Gifts to tha
. ' " King- . ,
1. The Child in the Manger. '
. v. "Ye. shall ; find the babe,
wrapped i,n swaddling
' clothes, ilying ; in tho man
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SIS. liilfi eeea iiil filar in
the east and have come to
3. Worshipping the Christ.
And when they were come
to the house, they saw the
young child with Mary his
mother and fell down and
Presentation of Gifts represent
atives of the Sunday school de
partments and congregation for
the World Service.
Chapter AD of PEO .
Mrs. W. D. Smith and Miss
Grace Elizabeth Smith will enter
tain the members of Chapter AB
of the PEO sisterhood on Monday
evening, December 27, at their
home 1765 Center street. The
meeting will be at 7:45 o'clock
with Mrs. Mildred Flagg in charge
of the program on "Christmas
JoUij Sixteen Club
Mrs. John Spong and Mrs. Ed
Keene were hostesses on Wednes
day evening for the members of
the Jolly Sixteen club. Cards
were in play during the early part
of the evening, after which a de
licious luncheon was served. Mrs.
La Doyt Davies assisted the host
esses. Wreaths, streamers, and
Christmas bells were used in dec
orating the rooms. A special fea
ture was the Christmas tree on
the center table with boughs bear
ing a gift for each guest.
Special guests for the evening
were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keene
and Mr. and Mrs. La Doyt Davies.
The high score of the evening was
won by Mrs. M. P. Dennis and
Mrs. C. H. Busey, while those
scoring low were Mrs. Davies and
Mrs. Louis Bechtel.
Members in the group included
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bechtel, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Busey, Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Basey. John Spong, La Velle
Keene, and the hostesses, Mrs.
Spong and Mrs. Keene.
Mrs. Bertha Loveland will be
hostess on Monday evening, De
cember 27, for the members of
the RNA. Mrs. Loveland 's home,
at 345 South 25th Street, may be
reached by following State street
to 25th and stopping atfthe sec
ond house to, the south across the
Christmas Dinner at
Mr. and Mrs, William Dillmon
Smith and Miss Grace Elizabeth
Smith will entertain a group of
friends at a 1 o'clock Christmas
dinner today. Around table ap
AO the clever orator.
Since Noah left the ark,
Have never made a finer speech
Than this quite short remark-
Oft terry of&hrUtmas"
Straight Palmer Chiropractor
328 Oregon Bldg.
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