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THE DAILY COLLEGIAN CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
The Presbyterian Church starts
its Christmas program Saturday
night, December 14, when the
lArestrhinster Foundation Board of
Trustees will give a dinner for
the student members. Following
the dinner the annual Westmin
ster Foundation Christmas party
will be held. The 17th annual
Fellowship Candle Light Service
will be held at the Presbyterian
Church at 6:30 p. m. on the fol
lowing Sunday. The Foundation
is also planning an early morning
breakfast just before students go
home on Saturday, December 21.
The Wesley Foundation is plan
ning for a group of student carol-.
lers to sing Christmas songs at
the homes of those who are sick
and unable to get out on. Decem
ber 18. On the same day there
will be a Christmas play put on
by the student group at the Met
odist Episcopal Church. On. Fri
day, December 20, the Wesley
Foundation will hold a Christmas
party in the Methodist gym.
The Lutheran Student Associa
tion -will have a student supper at
5 p. m. December 15 at the Grace
Lutheran Church. Following the
supper they will hold a regular
carol and worship service.
On the same Sunday evening
tlfere will be a supper held at the
Friends Meeting House.
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Lead Christmas Chapel Program
Prof. Richard .W. Grant, left, and Prof. John H. Frizzell, right,
will direct the annual Christmas
.chapel scheduled in Schwab Audi
torium at 3:30 p.. m. Sunday, December 15. Professor Grant will
have charge of the choir which will deliver a special program. Prof.
Frizzell, as College chaplain, will be responsible for the devotional
part of the service..
On December 15
Following a custom of many
years, the' College Choir of 110
voices, under the — direction of
Prof. Richard W. Grant, will pre
sent its annual Christmas Vesper
Service in, the Auditorium at 3:30
p. m. Sunday, December 15.
A new feature of the service,
will be the presentation of two
numbers by the Glee Club. They
will sing "Alleluia," by Bach and
"The Christ Child" by Cornelius.
The latter number includes a so
prano obligato to be sung by
Edith . A. Burrage '4l.
The service will be under the
general supervision of Chaplain
John H. Frizzell. _
The complete program:
Prelude: "Hymn of Glory"
Yon; Doxology, Invocation, Lord's
Choir: "The First Noel" Tradi
. Girls' Voices of the Choir: "Lit
tle Child, Jesus" Edgar Moy.
Hymn: "It Came Upon the
Choir: "Joseph Faithful,. Jo
seph Mine" Theodore Ganschow.
Choir: "Russian Christmas
Hymn: "Angels from the Realm
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, "When Curtained Dark
ness Falls" Christiansen.
Offertory: "Holy Night" Arr.
Men's Glee Club: "The Christ
Child" Cornelius, Solo—Edith A.
Burrage '4O. "Alleluia" Bach.
Choir: "Shepherds Rejoice"
Hymn: "Joy to the World."
Postlude: "Hallelujah Chorus"
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'Til Christmas Vacation
Sixteen more days, then home
to celebrate Christmas! Christmas
vacation this year will begin at
11:50 a.m. on Saturday, Decem
ber 21, and continue until 8 a.m.
Monday, January 6.
Exactly two weeks after the hol
iday vacation, final examinations
. 8 a.m. Monday, January
20. Then midyear commencement
on January 28, followed by a four
day Midyear recess, January 29,
to February 3.
Registration on February 3 and
4 leads into the start of the second
semester on Wednesday, February
5, and soon into a new year.
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PSCA Plans Service
After Carol Sing
The PSCA will hold its annual
Christmas service, it was an
nounced yesterday by Ann M.
CivittS '42, chairman of the com
mittee- in charge of the program.
The program will take the form
of a candlelight worship service
with songs, talks, and a medita
tion period. One of the features
of the hour will be songs by Mir
iam R. Rhein '43.
The committee has decided to
hold the services on the same eve
ning as the Carol sing with the
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formal program to begin imme
diately after the Sing.
Other members of the commit
tee are Doris E. Ives '42, Joan E.
Paulhames '43, William E. Hark
ins '42, Dorothy Brunner '44, Ann
Sheffield '44, Howard Menden
hall '42, Miss lone Sikes, and
Mrs. Mildred Watrous.
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