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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1 EIGHT Easter Services in Song and Sermon Given Here Presentation of Crucifixion Choral Eucharist and Ap pearance of Knights Templars Features of Day Despite blustery weather that all but eradicated the Easter parade Sunday services in Mason City churches from the early morningde votions to theeveningmusicales carried out the spirit of the day The outstanding production in songwas the presentation of the Crucifixion John Stainer by the choir of the Church of Christ and artists under the direction of Mrs A L Long at 5 oclock Two Choral Eucharistic services were held at St Johns Episcopal flfeurch one at oclock and the other at 11 oclock in the morning Tlie church was filled on both occasions The altar was exquisitely decorated as a memorial Forty voices were joined in the fiSfinlflfmn nf rhft nninifivinn Lerman Mrs Ingraham and the chorus did very commendable work REALITY SUBJECT AT SCIENCE CHURCH presentation of the Crucifixion which was the scriptural story of the suffering crucifixion and res urrection of Jesus set to music Solo parts were sung by Frank Pool Jr Glenn Stoddard and Seymore Angel tenors O C Sorlien R J Birch and Karl Johannsen basses Mrs double quartet Mr and Mrs Ken neth Olson Mrs Christian Mrs Wigdahl Howard Thompson Her man Hetland and J F Williams Ye the Lord This was followed by the anthem And They Worshipped Him Martin Olson of Augsbury Theo seminary gave a Jjrief ad jxoii uuuttuuaeu Lmusuu mrs augicai seminary gave a Jjrier ad J B MacGregor organist and Miss i dress on Christ the King of Glory Dorothy Hicks pianist assisted I in Our Life Mrs Christian sang an Throe choruses were outstanding I Easter offertory solo Closingnum In the singing of Stainers Crueli bers by full choir He Is the King fixion The first was Fling Wide of Glory The cantata was directed the Gates and was marked by a I by Mrs Wigdahl and the accom triumphant majestic movement panlsts were Mrs R Ostby and The second God So Loved the Ruth Hetland World was a contrasttothe first I The services at Our Saviors Lu in that it was quiet and intense theran church were very well at fended The girls chorus sang Praise Ye the and God Hath Sent His Angels The Easter service was preached by Martin Olson a senior at the Augs showing the Ipye of God The third and final chorus number was All for Jesus In various places thruout the pro duction male choruses were used Reality was the subject of the lessonsermon in the Mason Citv and Clear Lake Churches of Christ Scientist on Sunday The Golden Text was from Psalms Thou O Lord shalt endure for ever and thy remem brance unto all generations The lessonsermon comprised quo tations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook Sci ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy One of the Bible citations read For our light affliction which is but for a moment worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory While we look riot at the things which are seen but at the things which are not seen for the things which are seen are temporal but the things which are not seen are eternal II Cor 417 Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook was the following AH the real is eternal Perfection underlies reality With out perfection nothing is wholly real All things will continue to dis appear until perfection aooears and reality is reached p often as an echo or emphasis to the Lutheran Theological semin ary of Minneapolis A baptismal service was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Maillard 234 Twentysixth street southwest at which Wallace Rich ard and Roger Earl received Chris tian baptism Sponsors were Mrs Maria Peterson and Mrs Gertrude Johnson part of the story the solo voice had portrayed A noticeable item in the rendition was the clearness and careful enun ciation by the chorus members Not only was the climax of the story carried out thru the text of the songs but much was added to the I effectiveness by the careful shading and crescendoes in working up to a climax Comment from music critics in the audience was complimentary to i both the singers and the director Mrs A L Long Following the program a lunch on directed by Mrs W H Boyd was served to the singers in the un church parlors holm pastor of the Central Luth At oclock Sunday morning a eran church declared in his morn sunrise prayer meeting was held at sermon Sunday Easter comes the Church of Christ This service from the word meaning east or was sponsored by the Christian En dawn the promise of another op deavor society with Ben Allison as i portunity another day Joy makes leader Participants on the program sadness sadder and sadness makes IMMANUEL GIVES CANTATA PAGEANT EASTER FESTIVAL OF JOYSOHOLM Easter has always been a festival ioAChllL 0 JULUJil CVLtYOJO O eon directed by Mrs W H Boyd ol joy and has been called the festi ingers in the val of festivals the Rev A O So were Ben Allison Ben Allison Dorothy Hicks Karl Johannsen Mrs Dave Garlock David Garlock Shannon Kohlman and Mrs C W vHicks During the Sunday school hour departments gave Easter programs The intermediate depart ment gave a to the com bined classes of the adult and inter departments i I 1 ithe The pulpit message at Immanuel Lutheran church on Easter Sunday wason Seeking Finding and Pro claiming the Risen Lord based on John Jesus must be sought not among dead traditions and philosophies but as a livingpower said the pastor Just like Mary we must turn from the tomb and find a risen and living Lord We must find Him and retain Him in our dally life not as some thing distant tobe called on at spe cial occasions only He must be near to us Not only that but in life word and deed we must proclaim Him Go and tell the brethren He saidto Mary A feature of the morning service was the presentation of the cantata The ThornCrowned King Holton by thechurch choir It was an nounced that this will be repeated next Sunday evening The Sunday school gave the serv ice in the evening with a pageant entitled The Witnesses and a pro SIGOICI enuuea ine witnesses ana a pro The Saturday before Jesus rose gram of recitation and song Thi K thp in wra a rrrnll vmnnfiTml 1 was the darkest day in history The followers of Jesus had reached the depths of despair The last hope was gone Jesus was in a sealed tomb But in the darkest of the ciark there came the Great Light and the message given His follow ers was He is risen Thatmessage is ever new It comes to us with the eae epartments v is ever new comes o us w e In the regular morningservice i freshness of the morning It has ie AntirvnVi been tirnclaimerl trmirmf thA nppq body The sermondelivered by AC Stowe dealt with the resurrection been proclaimed thruout the ages justas9tkch t it1 J j Christ reveals to us in JJEZI Mr stowe cele immortal life that Christ has brate today not a life inhistory but I PlPmised We should believe in him the possibUity of life eternal This He is only thing that can satis life is not all for as Christ arose so fy our immortal soul may we arise The resurrection is Communion was served to 150 one of the most fundamental A program was given by pies in the world If Christ be not lle Sundav school children at the risen then all our Christianity all Sunday school hour The evening our religion is in vain Christian I Eervice consisted chiefly of a musi sacrifice is never In vain let us give cale by the Ceatral church choir Jesus our service and life for in Him alone rests the hope of future life METHODISTS HAVE SUNRISE SERVICE TRINITY CHURCH HAS FOUR SERVICES The Easter services at the Trin ity English Lutheran church begin The Easter services began at Sun rise at the First Methodist church Tho the atmosphere lacked the fes tive spirit without it was created within with the presentation of the ring with the sunrise service were within the presentation of the all well attended The morning serI Hallelujah Chorus played by Mrs vice saw the auditorium filled to RE Pattonl Members of the jun capacity as also at the Sundav I or cholr their Ea3ter anthem school program Special music for I He Lves The Savior Lives by trise service was given by the VerdiDean JB MacGregor spoke churchThe womens chorus and Miss Alma Thorson sang As It Began to Dawn Mrs Wigdah sang Hail Glorious Morn Geihel At the Sunday school program the vested girls chorus and the junior choir sang a group of songs and a group of recitations that presented the Easter story At the morning service the choir sang several anthems and Mrs Mel vin Christian favored with a fitting number Jerusalem Awaken Ira B WiJson The serman presented Christs call to His church to tell the gospel of the risen Lord to all aatlons who as yet have not heard It The great progress made recent ly to link all nations together as one offers a challenge to the church to avail itself of all means at hand to extend the gospel to all people without delay the pastor said A service was held at the county jail at which special song numbers were given by Mrs Howard Thomn son and Mrs Wigdahl At the morningservice Mr and Mrs Jacob Handscher presented their infant daughter Rosine Cor inne for baptism Mr and Mrs H Lomen sponsors The snow did not hinder the members and friends coming out in the evening to hear the choir present the cantata TWe King of Glory E L Ashford for the fourth service of the day The processional was given by Mis ses Ruth and Gladys Hetland Mrs Howard Thompson sang I Gave My Life for Thee Mrs Christian and Mrs Wigdahl favored with a duet The Savior Liveth Wilson with violin obligate by Lila Mel lang Dikka Moen sang the Holy City1 by Adams The cantata be gan with the chorus He Was De spised the words taken from the fiftythird chapter of the prophesy of Josiah The next number was an anthem There Is a Green Hill Far Away with soprano obligate solo by Urs Lyng telling the story of tho crucifixion This was followed by the anthem As It Began to Dawn with solo by Miss Thorson the Easter gospel The Nelharts Prayer for Pain and Lew Sarett The groups of lillies palms candelabras with white can dles and roses added greatly to the inspiration of the services At the morning service Mrs Ber tha Patchen played Gounods Sanc tus A cantntawas given by the double quartet Dr J F Bo eye spoke on the theme He Is Risen choosing for his text the words in Luke He Is Risen The speaker brot out the fact of the resurrection by bringing to light the Old Testament scripture con cerning the event Paul saw this and made redemption dependant upon it Without the resurrection there could be no Scripture He mentioned the waiting Sabbath and suggested that here love had to wait on duty He spoke of the witnesses of the first Easter the evolution of their unbelief which gradually de veloped into a glorious Faith and became the central thot of their preaching and in conclusion urged all to become witnesses for as yet only twothirds of the worlds pop ulation are Christian In the evening the chorus choir under the direction of Mrs W F Ingraham gave a half hour program of miscellaneous Easter selections They sang Gounods There Is a Green Hill Far Away Open the Gates of the Temple Knapp Cal vary Rodney If a Man Dies by was well received by a congregation that filled the church auditorium CHRIST BROT NEW 11 DAWN SAYS DAVIES j the history of mankind no nation has made as much money with as litUe consideration for social crmse quejnces a the United States in the last decade was a statement quoted from a current book by the Rev George K Davies at the First Presbyterian church After 1900 years of the Easter fact we must confess that the indus trial and social world is Httle more than in the dawn of that first Eas ter morn When Jesus came forth from the hills of Nazareth He came as the first dawn in the life of men He came as the light and life of the world He came fresh from the springs of God fed and nourished by the love of His Father And as He rose over those hills as the Sun of Righteousness He came with healing in His wings to bring light and love to all His radiance spread thru all that country His light fell on all that region and when it fell it tsrengthi ened and sustained as well as drove before it the powers of evil which j love darkness rather than light But as He the Light of the world traced I His course across the face of human events of that day clouds of opposi tion arose which endeavored to cloud the Eternal Light For a mo TUB1V TO PAGE 16 COLtTMN 7 Manning Bros Wall Paper Paint Window Shades 930 32 E State i i Electric Ear Phones for DEAF PEOPLE Only Free Demonstrations Keep Your Skin Young Tedious treatments saryl Just cleansing with Soa and a o contains and the o int mnt his been pre scribed many years for skin tronfjel Blight or serious BeBin this treatment akina clear and smooth The tonic odor of thesoap tellsyouatonce of the healthful properties it of wrileDepi 42 Reiu Baltimore Md Resinol jiASON CITY 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