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THE, OMAHA SUNDAY BEft DECEMBER ' 23. 1917.
GLORIOUS ANTHEMS RING
OUT IN OMAHA CHURCHES
TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS
Birth of Christ Commemorated in Serjnon and Music
Sunday; Many of the Sunday Schools Also to
Have Their Tree and Program Sun-
, day, Others Monday Night
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! Christmas, one of the two great festivals .of the Christian
church, will be the theme in the Omaha churches today. The
I birth of Christ wiltbe commemorated in sermons and music and
I scriptural readings Sunrise services will be a feature in a
I number of churches.
1 Most of the church choirs have
I prepared elaborate programs of music
for the occasion. In a number of
tchurches the night, service will be en-
tirely in charge of the choirs. Christ
f mas anthems and carols will be sung.
Sunday will be a preliminary to the
Christmas, festivities of the week by
I the Sunday schools. Most of the Sun-
day school exercises for the children
will be held either Christmas eve or
f Christmas night in the churches.
Organ Prelude The Bhepherds Salome
t Te Deum In B minor Buck
Tenor Solo Be Thou I'althful Unto
Death . Mendelssohn
' George Compton.
"Anthem The New-Born King ....Fletcher
, VESPER SERVICE. 4:30.
Organ Prelude Christmas Eve. .. .Mailing
Dens Misereatur Buck
Anthem Sleep, Little Dove... Old Alsatian
Christmas . carols by quartet: Misses
Hazel Evans and Charde, Messrs. Compton
J. H. Simms, organist and director.
The Christmas program of the
Sunday . school will be given Sunday
evening,, assisted by the choir, when
the following musical numbers will
be re.nd.ered, interspersed with read
ings, recitations and exercises:
Overture Star ol Bethlehem . . .. Neldllnger
Miss Anderson and Mr. Robinson.
Song Joy to the World.. Handel
Choir and School.
Song 0 Little Town of Bethlehem. .Redner
Tenor Solo The Birthday cf a King...
F. B. Oliver. '
Christmas Lullaby..! Handel
. Quartet The Angels' Song Morris
. Misses Anderson and Hllligas, Messrs.
x Keller and McGulre.
. Song Happy Christmas Time.. Jacobowskl
Christmas Carol Holy Night Grubner
v Choir. -
' , 7:30 P. W.
"There Were Shepherds Ira B. Wilson
Quartet and Choir.
The Birthday of a Klng"..W. H. Neldllnger
Walter Krelle. .
"The Song Is Ringing Still," from "The
Christmas King': Holton
Miss Lucy Hill and Choir.
'Judea Fair" Ora B. Wilson
Harold Graham and Male Chorus.
"The Angle Song" Stickler
- Miss McDonald.
' - ' choir. -
Choir director. Ml
1 Miss Gertrude Hodcn.
Central United Presbyterian.
Miss Oro Ogle,, organist and director.
Quartet: Mrs. Ed Baird, soprano: Miss Jane
Beats, contralto: Charles C. Lang, Jr.,
i bam; I. A. Medlar, tenor.
Prelude Shepherds In the Field
"The Birthday of a Klng'.rw. H. Neldllnger
. Alto Solo and Quartet
81ng Allelulia Forth Dudley Buck
Soprano, Bass and Tenor Solos.
Contralto Solo Virgin's Lullaby
,, Dudley Buck
Miss Jane Beats. .
"Sleep, Little Dove"
From an Old Alsatian Carol
Soprano Solo and Quartet.
Prelude March of the Magi Kings.
"Sing Allelulia Forth" Dudley Buck
Soprano Solo Holy Night ....Adolph Adam
Mrs. Ed Balrd.
At Midnight a Summons Came
From an Old French Carol
j ; x i at a.
' Organ Prelirae Evensong .Johnston
Hymn Joy to the World
Anthem There Were Shepherds Abiding
; Offertory Anthem--Brightest and Best...
Hymn Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
: Anthent-Sanctus Gounod
I Organ Postlude Hosannah Wachs
Organ "Prelude Slumber Song ..Schumann
Quartet Silent Night Gruber
Hymn While the Shepherds Watched
Their Flocks by Night.
, Anthem Brightest and Best Are the
Sons of the Morning. . ...C. Whitney Combs
With violin obllgato'. Miss Mabel Hlnzle.
Offertory Pastoral Symphony from "The
Carols (a) Lo, How a Rose e'er Bloom
(b) "The Sleep of the Child Jesus" ....
Hymn O Little Town of Bethlehem -
Tenor Solo Angels' Song Dressier
Mr. Lynn Sackett.
Anthem He Shall Be Great (From
Adam's "Holy Child")
, Organ Postlude Hallelujah chorus "The -
7:30 P. M.
Organ Frelude Holy Night ..Franz Gruber
Processional "Hark the Herald Angels.
AN Sing" ....- Mendelssohn
Organ The Star Spangled Banner. ... .Key
Congregation America First and , last
Hymn 107 Joy To the-World, the Lord
Is Come . P. C. Lutkin
Prayer The Lord's Prayer (chanted)
Chorus (a) For Thee. O Dear Country,
(b) Thine Is the Klngdon.,..
-:.Holy City) Gaul
Bass Solo and Sanctus Thus Ballh the
Lord (Holy City).... Gaul
Mr. Carnal and Choir.
Chorus for Women's Voices "O Lord Most
Baritone and Soprano Solos, with choir
of ladles' vqltes r
a List the Cherubic Host.
(b)-t-I Heard the Voice of Harpers
. . . . utu.
Miss Wyatt, Mr. 'Mercer and ladles of the
choir. . ' ,
Chorus Great and Marvelous is Thy Name
I (Holy City) Gaul
.Organ Offertory "Pastoral Symphony"
Soprano Solo Recitative There Were
Shepherds Abiding In the Field. -Recitative
And Lo, the Angel of the
Lord Came Upon Them. y
Recitative And the Angel Said Unto Them.
Recitative And Suddenly There Was With
Chorus Glory To God (Messiah) Handel
Miss Wyatt and Chorus.
Chorus Hallelujah .'. . . (Messiah) Handel
Vesper Hymn Lord Keep Us , Safe . This
Organ Postlude For Unto Us a Child Is
Born (Messiah) Handel
10:30 A. M.
Organ The Shepherds in ths -FteMi.... .
Carol Holy' Night . . . .'. Franz Gruber
Anthem Brightest and Best of the
Sons of the Morning. Dudley Buck
Solo There's a Song In the Air..01ey Speaks
Carol Oh, Holy Child of Bethlehem.,-
SolorThe Virgrn'a Lullaby (The Com
ing of a King) Dudley Buck
Anthem Thers Were Shepherds
Solo The Birthday of a King. . . .Neldllnget
Solo Jesus of Nasareth Gounod
Mr. Dennis. -. , ,
Organ Pastoral Symphony (Messiah) . .
Anthem The Glad Tidings ,
., .A!... John Hyatt Brewer
Organ Christmas Postlude.. William T. Best
Organist and director, Mrs. Raymond E.
Davis. ' ' . .
Choir Soprano, Miss Alice Duval; alto,
Mrs. Frank Welty; tenor, Clinton B. Stuht;
bass. Forest Dennis.
PART I. 7
The Christmas story In drgan music:
Prelude Vorspiel to , Trlsfan Wagner
Slumberlngs of the Virgin Slumber Song
The Annunciation Ave Maria. .... .Gounod
The Nativity La Natlvltle.. Tombelle
The Wise Men Journey March of the
At the Manger 'Christmas Musette. .Mallly
The Slumbering Babe Cradle Song..Neuvllle
Carol Unaccompanied--Silent Eight
Processional Hymn O Com, All Ye
Anthem There Were Shepherds
Hymn No. 106 Joy to the World. .. .Handel
Violin Solo Romania.-. . .- Wlenlawski
Miss Gertrude Welding.- v
Contralto Solo The Virgin's Lullaby
(from the "Coming of the King").
Mrs. Frederick J Clark.
Organ Offertory Adoration Borowski
Soprano Solo The Angels Song
i..."...... William Stickle
Miss Marie French, ; With Vloljn Obligate
by Miss Welding.
Anthem The, Birthday of a King
Hymn No. 161 All Hall the Power of
v Jesus' Name
Organ Hallelujah Chorus (from the
Soloists: Mrs. Howard Kennedy, organist
and director of, music; Miss Marie French,
sopranio; Mrs. Fredrick J. Clark, contralto;
Miss Gertrude Welding, violinist.
First Memorial Methodist.
Organ Prelude Choral Study ."Wagner
Miss Mildred 'Slnnett, .organist.
Anthem O Night of Holy Memory......
Choir with soprano solo by Miss Marie
Hymn No. US, "Angels From the Realm
of Glory," Regent Square
Apostles'- Creed. ,.
Anthem Bethlehem (Nazareth) ....Wilson
By choir and baritone solo, John C. Mitchell.
Organ ' Ofertory Evening Moon
; R. Czerwonky
Miss Mildred 8irinett.
Hymn Hark the Herald ' Xngels Sing
No. Ill . .-. ........... Mendelssohn
Congregation singing led by boys' choir.
Anthem If With All Your Hearts ..Ashford
Choir bass solo, "Mr. J. E. Evans.
Organ Postlude Hallelujah Chorus. .Handel
First Reformed Church.
A Pageant, "The Birth of Jesus."
PART I. ,
The place ' announced, "Oh, Little Town
The shepherds watch their flocks by night,
"It Came Uponlhe Midnight Clear."
The angels sing, "Glory to God in the
The shepherds visit the cave, "Holy Night,
The shepards' return, "Hark the Her
ald Angels Sing.'1
The Wise Men follow the Star, "We
Three Men of Orient Are."
The multitude proclaim, - "Joy to the
World the Lord Is Come."
"They Opened Their Treasures: They
Presented Him Gifts.:'....,.
- Grace Methodist.
1 1 ' A. M. ,
"The Heralding Star"............ Matthews
Carol In the Fields.'.."...-..; .Cliope
Mr. Demorest and, Choir.
"The Shepherds Story" Dickinson
Miss Brattoh. Mr 'Baker and Choir.
Offertory Solo Glory to God Edwards
Hymn 120 Long YeSrs Ago Harrington
sing, u Heavens"...,, ;, Toure
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Mica Bratton, Choir and Congregation.
Choral Amen. :
E. P. Baker, choirmaster. Mrs. J. D.
11 A. M.
"Hark, the Herald Angels Sing"
"Festival Te Deum". Dudley Buck
Offertory Moment Musical. .Joseph Gahm
Soprano Solo., Mrs. C. B, Crisman
"I Love to Tell the Story" Fischer
- 7:30 J M.
Cantata The Coming of the King....
, .VDudley Buck
Soprano Mrs. C. B. Crisman, Mrs. P. J.
Kushlan, Miss Ethel Bloom. Mrs. W. H.
Anderson, Miss Viola Vlrkery.
Alto Mrs. N. C. Christensen.
Tenor A. L. Vlckery (director). Dr. N. C.
Christensen, W. "A. Vlckery, Jr., and W.
Bass P. A. Larson, P. J. Rushlan, W. H.
Pianist. Mrs. E. B. Taft.
Hanscom Park Methodist.
Sunday evening program of Hanscom Park
Methodist Episcopal church:
Baritone Solo Glory to God Wanker
C. M. Ogden. .
Anthem There Came Three Kings. . .Briggs
With solo by C. G. Taylor.
Tenor Solo Nation's Adore Shelley
George Saltzglver. -
AnthemSing O Sing Ambrose
Wtth solo by Miss Mary Peck.
Contralto Solo See, Amid tho Winter
Miss Margaret SpaldlHg
Anthem Glory to God In Heaven
With solo by E. L. Ingham. 1
Soprano Solo The Angels Song Stickles
Mlss Ethel Woodbrldge
Immanuel Baptist. .
10:30 At M.
Organ Prelude Pastorale. . .Alex. Gullmont
Anthem On Bethlehem's Peaceful Hill
; Caleb Simper
Hymn Joy to the World Handel
Congregation and Choir.
Anthem How Beautiful Upon the
Alto Solo ,. .-
Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
Offertory Christmas Chimes. .. .Niels Gade
Anthem In Bethlehem's Ancient City
Soprano Obllgato . . . ;
Organ Postlude Festival March
7:80 I. M.
Organ Prelude Vision Rudolph Blbl
Hymn Hark, the Herald Angels Sing..
Congregation and Chotr.
Anthem O Holy Night Adolphe Adam
Soprano Obllgato .'.
Offertory Noel Kcossals Gullmant
Anthem The Christmas Herald Coombs
Postlude In B flat John West
Choir director, Johanna Anderson; organ
ist, Ethel Morris. , ,
. McCabe Methodist. '
11 A. M.
Processional Hymn p Little Town of
Hymn .' Joy to the World.
Anthem Arise, Shine, for Thy Light Is
Come Du ley Buck
Anthem It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear Arthur Sullivan
'The Inner Meaning of Christinas," by the
Anthem Glory to God In the Highest....
F. Flaxington Harker
Recessional Hymn Long Tears Ago in
Miss Lena Hull, organist; H. A. Salis
AT 11 O'CIjOCK.
Prelude Shepherds in the Fields Mailing
Anthem With Solo The Earth Lay
Wrapped . . . ; Sheldon
Mrs. Evan Jones.
Offering Christmas . Carols
Male Quartet, Soprano Obllgato It Came
Upon the Midnight Clear Kratz
Mrs, Hoy Flanagan, Mr. McFarling, Mr.
Ebrlght, Mr. Newamb, Mr. Allen.
Anthem with Solos Hark, Hark, My Soul
Mist Grie Robel, Mrs, Roy Flfthagan.i
Postlude Christmas Best
Prelude Christmas in Sicily ......... .Ton
Anthem with Solos, Obllgato and Chimes-
Hark, Hark, My Soul Shelley
' Mrs. Flanagan, Miss Madge West, .
Violin Solo Kratz
Petrow & Giannou
1522 Farnam Street
J; Telephone Doug. 621
Offertory Solo Lullaby Czrowonsky
Miss Madge West.
Postlude Christmas , Du Bols
Miss Elolse West, organist; Les O.
North Side Christian.
u A. M.
Organ Prelude Zwelter Osterdag. .Mailing
Processional Ilyjitn Hark the Herald
Respon-e Glory Be to God on Hlgh.Gounod
Mrs. C. A. Mangum and Choir.
Hymn No. 110 Joy to tho World ... .Handel
Anthem Jerusalem Parker Reea
J. D. Hlggins and Choir.
Anthem Hark, Hark, My Soul
Harry Rowa Shelley
7:30 P. M.
Opening song by school..
"Joy to ths World," school.
Scripture reading. Miss Clara Barentson.
"It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," with
Reading, "A Christmas Legend," Helen
"Carol, Brothers, Carol," Mr. John Hlg
gins and school.
'"Wjt Three Kings of Orient Are," with
Reading, "In Herod's Garden," Moselle
Song, "Under the Christmas Star," Miss
Gibson's class of girls.
"Dolly's Message,' Benella McGregor.
"Christmas Kmblenis," Walter Cady.
Donavan Gouldln, Sylvia Wlddoes and Mar
Solo. "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Miss
Jean Burns, .
Exercise, "The Bethlehem Srar," Miss
Frances Wiles and Miss Blvens' class of
Presentation of gifts by the departments
or Bible school, Waller E. Cadv, chairman;
Jessie G. Cady, organist.
Song and reading, "Merry Christmas to
All," Clair Gallant and beginners, primary
and Junior classes.
St. Mark's Lutheran.
Processional Come Hither, lo Faithful,
Triumphantly Sing No. S3S
Anthem Star of the East.. A. W. Lansing
Anthem There Were Shepherds.. G. Vincent
Anthem On Bethlehem's Plain
William R. Spencs
Anthem The ong of the Shepherds,
from The Message of the Star
R. H, Woodman
Anthem Sing. O Heavens,...
Recessional Joy to the World, the Lord
Has Come No. 119
.7:30 A. M.
Organ PrcludeA'aatorale ly. Handel
Communion Service In K Flat ....... .Allum
Offertory Anthem A Child Is Born
Organ Music Incidental to the Holy
Communion , ... Bach
Organ Postlude Handel
10:30 A. M.
Organ Prelude Shepherds Stanley
Communion Service from "Elijah"....
Anthem Song of Angels Traditional
Offertory Anthem Before the Heavens
Were Spread Above Parker
Organ Musio from "Parsifal" Wagner
Gloria in Excelsls Gregorian
Nunc Dlmltls Mendelssohn
Organ Postlude .Handel
Ben Stanley, organist and choirmaster,
cathedral choir and soloists.
. Trinity Lutheran.
Vocal Solo Hosannah Van Alstine
Miss Edna Tureson.
Anthom There Came Three Kings. .Briggs
M. O. Hart and choir.
Vocal Solo To Victory Neldllnger
Mrs. J. S. Engdahl.
Vocal Solo In Old Judea ,
Gilbert W. Uhler.
Choral Silent NlKht ....(Old hymn tunc)
Vocal Solo Thou Blessed Man of Ood..
Anthem Break Forth Into Joy Danks
Mrs. J. J. Boggan.
Mrs. J. S. Engdahl and choir.
Vocal Solo Birth of a King ....Neldllnger
M. O. Hart.
Anthem Hosannah Lowden
Miss Edna Tureson and choir.
7:45 P. M.
Fart I. Ths Christmas Message.
Christmas Carols Choir.
The Call of Christmas Tide Hannah Stev
enson. Response Angels from the Realms of
The Christmas Story Miss Grace Howell
and primary department.
Recitation Wherever Hearts are, Happy,
Marlon Butt ... 1
Carol Ths Merry Bells Ars Ringing, pri
mary department. .
Part II.r-The Call of ths Hour.
Rocltatlon Ood Give Us Men, Samuel
Landon, assisted by Boy Scouts.
Old Virtues for the New Day Walter
' Hymn of Hope Sunday school and choim
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The Spirit of Chrlstmss Ml?s Bess Mc
Mullen, assisted by
Belgians Miss Bess McMullen's class.
Armenians Miss Katherlne Howell's class.
Polanders Mrs. O. L. Baker's class.
Non-Christian , People Miss Bernlco Mc
, Response Joy to the World, choir.
Hymn of 1'cace Sunday school' and choir.
Organ Prelude Where Is Ho Born ? . .
Quartet God Rest Te Merry Gentlemen,
traditional old English carol
Quartet We Three Kings of Orient
Are J. H. Hopkins
Offertory Pastoral Symphony Jluudcl
Quartet What Child la This? tradi
tional tune of Greensleeves
Quartet Away in a Manger. Luther's
Quartet Silent Night Franz Gruber
Orgar Prelude The March of the MnsM
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Instrumental solo ....Alma Kokensky
Instrumental solo (Alma Kokansky), Mrs.
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"The Lament of a Left-Over Doll," Kath
Songs under direction of Miss Valeria
. Recitation, Madeline Brendnll.
Class song. "Ho! for the. Holly," Mrs. P. J.
Farrell's class. .
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