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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - December 22, 1923, Defiance, Ohio Defiance Crescent news saturday. Dec. 22. 1923 to a service. 7 p. Christmas service and program with lighted tree f they say in Ohio a thy Fricke Esther Franzdorf Clara Zigg. Quot hark what mean those holy voices a school song a a Christmas Beils a Josephine Hurtt. Part in. A a a twas the birthday of a King a Rev. Strauss a the Angel and the shepherds Eldred Brecheisen a the babe of Bethlehem a school song a the Star a Pauline Norden a we three Kings of Orient Are a Arthur Klenk Paul Scheuerman Theodore Strauss with chorus mrs. Carmans and miss Gher kete classes. Remarks by Rev. Strauss. Offertory Quot nacht scene a piano and Organ misses Grace and Ruth Yeager. Address Karl Kammeyer. A Joy to the world the lord has come a closing song by school and congregation with orchestra accompaniment. Closing service nun Divittis prayer chant the lords prayer Benediction. Recessional March Grace Yeager. Churches offer warm Welcome to All services for Christmas cigars any size package pipes Cigar cases purses cigarette holders Cigar holders and smoking tobaccos in Christmas packages we Are beginning to figure that those German crises Are a lot like j the ultimatums we used to Spring some years ago. They never seem a to t of Star. It United Brethren Church. East Hopkins Street. Rev. J. O. Rhodes pastor. 9 15 a. school. Oscar Pickering superintendent. Come and bring another with you. 10 30 a. worship Christmas Sermon by the pastor. No evening services. Monday evening at 7 30, a Christmas program will be Given by the sunday school. Part i the primary and Junior ii a no room in the an offering will be taken for the Otterbein Home a Home for children and aged people. A Welcome to All to these services. It. Paul a methodist Church. Corner Wayne and third streets. To Rev. C. J. Welsley minister. 9�15? school Wesley m. Beatty supt. 10 30 a. worship. A Christmas service. Subject a a Christ a Christmas gifts to. The. special Christmas music. Anthem Quot Jesus Al born King a by the choir. Mrs. Waldron will sing a to Little town of Bethlehem a by Charles g. Stross. 4 30 p. choir will give a very. Beautiful Christmas cantata a a the Herald Angels a by r. M. Stults. Those taking the Solo parts Are mrs. Frances Waldrop mrs. Neal Myatt Chapline or. Jack Rawlins or. Guy d. Brant and or. George King. You will enjoy this excellent cantata. The hour is 4 30 p. In. All Are Welcome. No evening service. 20 % reduction on All new regular spright pianos. R we will need the room for player pianos and phonographs. Several Fine new player pianos with Bench and 24 Rolls of music. Used pianos and organs the end of the search for High Grade merchandise at the right Price. 2 to 3 years time to pay Dinosaur eggs Cost about $2000 each but there is no scrambling about for them at that Arko american Tribune. There always is a brighter Side. Suppose people could buy gasoline on credit a Ashland of times Gazette. We see that Pittsburgh has been j notified that the natural Gas Guppy is giving out. And we assume off-1 hand that Pitt burghers Are preparing themselves for a boost in rates a Marion of Star. Gale e. Hale Pilgrim holiness Church. Rev. Elmer e. Connin pastor. Just across Bridge on Hopkins Street. Sunday school at 9 30 a. Rn., Bur chel Wilder superintendent. Preaching services following sunday school. Preaching services sunday evening services beginning at 7 00. Announcement of services will be made sunday evening. The Public is invited to these services. 712 e. Hopkins St skivers Cigar store phone 349l Here a a College professor telling the boys not to get married on less than $4,000 a year. But the co eds in the last analysis will make the final decision whether his advice is followed or not. A Toronto of Tribune. Coblenz orphan in u. S. 0 know his first Santa College Christian Church., Rev. Frank h. Peter d. D., pastor. 8erviaa# in Weston auditorium. 9 30 a. school l. Ward Mcreynolds superintendent. Classes for All age so primary Junior intermediate As Well As High school and collage. Citizens class for adults. Good orchestra. 10 31 a. worship with Sermon pastor. 7 30 p. Christian associations a a omitted because of College ?cer8. First. Presbyterian Church. Corner fourth and Washington. Rev. William a. Rex minister. 9 15 a. �?a special Christmas service by the Church school. There will be no lesson period. The offering will go toward the support of japanese Christian work. A special Christmas donation of canned goods is also asked. Each scholar is asked to bring a can of something which can be used in local Charity or for Hospital donation. 10 30 a. worship and Sermon. Subject a when every Day will be a special Cash offering for local Charity is asked at this service. This fund is to be used during the coming months. 7 p. service of Christmas music Given by tile choir. The cantata selected this year is especially Fine and this service promises to be one of the Best Ever Given in this Church. The full program is to be found elsewhere in this paper. All people of the City and country with their guests Are most cordially invited to attend this and the other services tomorrow. By w. F. Sullivan i. N. S. Staff correspondent notwithstanding people seem to be unanimous when talking about the weather if the subject should Ever get into politics and come to a vote there would be a majority and a of Blade. Startling conditions of Law laxity found Cor. E 2nd and Seneca its. Phone 270. Union delivery service special beef Steak porterhouse or sirloin lb.18c beef Steak round la. 15c rib boiling beef la. Ii3-i-z-.z 10c beef roast la .12c tol5c hamburger fresh ground la. 12c fresh silted Ham Steak la. Pork chops la. 18c Side pork la. .i__________i-14c pork roast la. _.___.j2c to 14c fresh pork sausage it. 13c, 2"for____---.i.256 veal Steak ft.l__30c veal chops it. 28c veal roast it. 18c to 22c veal Stew it. Is fowls. Dressed Spring chickens ft._22c dressed ducks it. 23c dressed geese ft."22c dressed turkeys direct from our farm get our prices. Christmas fowls order Early Kansas City dec. 22.�?Little Willie Dunham 5 year old orphaned while in swaddling clothes at Coblenz Germany during Tho War will know the meaning of Santa Claus this year for the first time. Santa Bas been denied to Willie through his Brief existence because he never had a real Home before. But Fate at last was kind and provided a daddy Mamma and a read Home in time to get tilings ready for the visit from Santa this year. Of Eurse Willie is excited. In fact More than one heart is beating fast As the Ocean trip a journey by rail from new York and a wedding led up to the reunion of three excited but Happy souls in time to have Christmas in a Teal borne. Willie fro never had a real Mother or father has been in this country Only a few Days. He Chat tors in German As he plays with his toys on tile floor of his new Home but be is learning to say a a papa and a a mania. I they Are his Foster parents. The Mother who is also willies aunt was a Tondu Corette in Germany when Willie was playing in his Nursery. The Little family is settled in a Little Home and is waiting for Santa Claus. Wayne Street m. E. Church. Corner fifth and Wayne ave. Rev. A. G. Kruschwitz pastor preaching at to a in. Sermon subject. A the birth of the Christ child and the visit of Tho magi. We cordially invite you to worship with us. Steubenville dec. 22.�? three weeks inquiry into lax Law enforcement conditions in Steubenville and Jefferson county together with a number of specific violations have revealed Many startling and surprising facts Sherman s. Deaton. Urbana special representative of attorney general Crabbe declared Here prior to his departure for Columbus where to was to Confer with the attorney general regarding the investigation ordered by governor Donahey Deaton declared that he is unable to foretell when Bis inquiry will end. The investigator has been in consultation with scores of citizens and stated today that a people of All classes have come to me and have shown a desire to assist. I close the door in no ones face. Many of my visitors Are women of a sensible Type not complaining of Little things which can not be a Flowers the gift with the real Christmas spirit. Kircher the Florist 141l-6 violin bows at fullers music store. 142l-6 too late to classify Church of god. Grove St. Sunday school 9 30 a. In., John Peoples supt. \ we have Good teachers and classes. Bring the children with you. 10 30 a. worship and Sermon. 7 p. �? sunday school will give Christmas exercises. There has been a Good program arranged for this service. The Public is invited. Farm for rent�?120 acres cultivable land. Catholic tenant preferred references required. Inquire at cres cent news office. 147c4 when you think of Christian science society. 510 1-2 court St. Sunday school 9 30 a. In. To which pupils up to the age of 20 May be admitted. Sunday service la a. In. Subject a is the universe including Man evolved by atomic Force a wednesday evening testimonial meeting at 7 30 p. In. Reading room open every wednesday from 2 to 4 30 p. Rn., where the authorized literature May be read purchased or borrowed. Everyone Welcome. Hunt for Hunter it has been estimated that the re cent general election in great Brit Ain Cost the country about $7,500,000 company to pay Bonus to wives of employees Barberton dec. 22.�?the management of the Barberton Branch of the Pittsburgh plate Glass company has announced a Bonus for each of its employees. The Money will be Jaid to the wives of the married employees �?$50 each with on additional $10 for every child in the family under 13 years. The maximum for each family is $1,000. This is an innovation in the Way of paying bonuses and is the largest Ever paid in a Lump sum by this company. Ten per cent of the years pay of every salaried employee was another feature of the Christmas Bonus handed out by the company. St. Johns of reformed Church. Rev. H. B. Robrock pastor. 9 15 a. school or. J. Miller supt. 10 15 a. �?divine worship with Sermon by the pastor fitting the occasion. 7 30 p. �?Christmas program Given by the children of the sunday school. An offering will be received for our orphans Home at it. Wayne id. 1 30 p. �?saturday, religious and catechetical . Paul a lutheran announces program for next Christmas elaborate service to be held Christ Mas night will include Many children. Will come in pretty Handy and you Cam easily have that amount by the first of next december if Start a special account in our Christmas savings club. On Christmas night at 7 of clock the sunday school of St. Paul a lutheran Church will present tin following program the birthday of the King. A Organ prelude Grace Yeager organist. A to Sancts Assima a school song. Opening service Ami scripture lesson Rev. Theodore Strauss. A your Welcome a Paul Sutter Quot Christmas Day a Esther Strauss a merry Christmas a Jack Carman a the birthday of a King a Solo Mary Foelker. The birthday of the King the Story a merry Christmas Quot Doris Greenier Quot Christmas in the heart a a Billy Kuhlo. Part i. A watchman what of Tho night a Rev. Strauss a watchman Tell us of the night a school song a shark the glad sound a Eugene Deckrosh and Robert Carman a Long years Agys Barwood Snyder a Long years ago a primary song a the first Christmas a Virginia Franzdorf., part la. A in the Little Village of Bethlehem there Lay a child one Day a Rev. Strauss a that night in Bethlehem a Ruth Fesse a to Little town of Bethlehem song by school and congregation Quot Bethlehem a Richard Wahl Jean Carman Donald Wahl Mildred Franzdorf Robert Wahl and Darauld Long a holy night a Lillian Yeager Dorothy Wolfrum Gertrude Hubbard and Violet Hurtt a silent night holy night a pantomime Maxim Stoll a Welcome dear Jesus a Frieda Al Ilion a a Little baby a Betty Ann hinder Sweet word a Richard Hubbard softly the babe was sleeping a Solo Georgia Marie mushier a a done to you mind a Phyllis Parker recitation Billy Hunter a Luther a Cradle hymn a Solo Robert Compo a Little Light Quot Nathalie Hay Quot Little children a Alice Fesse a Christmas Speed a Jack Kuhlo. Part Iii. A alleluia of. Dow the Angels Sung Quot Rev. Strauss chant. The 23-rd. Psalm school a the Angelus song Mary Magdalene Hubbard a while shepherds watched a Anthem Quot the Golden reapers Quot Christmas Quot Robert Compo a Christmas Carol a Boro you need Money to spend it Only takes a Dollar to Start Zion first English lutheran opposite Wabash station. Rev. Benjamin f. Hofer pastor. 4th up Day in Advent. Sunday school 9 a. �?Philip Schaufele supt. The services to a. In. Sermon theme a the churches realization of the blessed evening worship 7 p. In. At which time the pastor will speak on Quot fighting against a cordial Welcome awaits you. Come Christmas Day services. Matins it 6 a. In. With Brief address by the pastor. Children a Vesper 7 p. In. With program Quot White gifts for the 10�, writes Yule poem. Ashland dec. 22.�?Christmas greetings Iii the form of an original poem were received Here by o. Crittenden from his Uncle o. J. Stough of san Diego cal., who expects to celebrate his lu6th birthday next april 18. Deposit a Dollar to Start with and add a Dollar to your fund each week during the next fifty weeks and you will have your fifty dollars easily saved plus interest for Christmas expenses next year. A a we have Many other plans for various amounts to suit every purpose. Take burglars after Chase. Stevens Lorain and Thomas Smith new Haven conn., were held under $2,000 Bond each to the grand jury on charges of burglary. The two men were captured after a Chase by patrolman Hamlin after a Brick wrapped in a newspaper was thrown through Tho window of the Charles m Carvel jewelry store. Plan a secures $12.75 first Deposit in increasing in each week for 50 weeks last Deposit 50c. Plan ii secures $25.50 first Deposit 2c, increasing 2c each week for 50 weeks last Deposit $1.00. Plan cd secures $�.�?T.75 first Deposit 5c, increasing 5c each week for 50 weeks lust Deposit $2.50. Plan i a secures $127.50 first Deposit 10c, increasing 10c each week for 50 weeks last Deposit $5.00. Planet secures $12.75 first Deposit 50c, decreasing in each week for 50 weeks last Deposit in. Plan of a secures $25.50 first Deposit $1.00, decreasing 2c each week for 50 weeks last Deposit 2c. Plan he secures $127.50 first Deposit $5.00, decreasing 10c each week for 50 weeks last Deposit 10c first Baptist Church. Wayne Avenue and third strata. Rev. J. W. Ayer Patter. 9 30 a. �?bible school or. Jesse Bates supt. 10 30 a. �?preaching service. Subject a the Saviour is no Young Peoples meeting. 7 p. sunday Christmas service to which the Public is invited. Monday scout meeting. Wednesday Ahi meeting. Thursday annual business meeting am election of officers. County jail empty. for rent was the sign displayed by Ira Freese sheriff of Crawford county Over the portals of the county jail recently. There was not a single prisoner confined in tin lock up. Hunt Quot Hunter for vision Plano benches at fullers Holly in wreaths and Hulk. That Fine Eastern Holly full of berries a Kircher the Florist. 142l-0 St. Johns lutheran Church. Cor. Wayne ave. And Juliet St. Rev. Alb. Dede pastor. Get Man service 9 a. In. Sunday school to a. In. English service 10 45 n. In. Topic John Tho Baptist confess chg. Violins at fullers music store compacts handkerchiefs toys stationery. V. Easley609 Ottawa St. Paul s eve. Lutheran Clinton and Rabana streets Rev. Theodore Strauss pastor. 9 a. school w. J Greenier supt. 10 a. service. 2 p. In. Rehearsal for the Chil droll of the sunday school. Tuesday Day Deo. 25.defiance, Ohio 65 years of service Virgil Squire cashier let us serve you

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