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LAKE PLACID NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1927 — PAGE TWO CHRISTMAS ! PROGRAM ON ! SATURDAY EVE. COLLEGE AND NORMAL STUtiENTS SPEND HOLIDAYS AT HOME HERE THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN • By GENE BYRNES -A-itn M>\ r-ad Mrs J. \\K - Sund ty School Pupils of Commuc-1 ity Church in Annual Exercises; — lompltte Program Follows ; * i.t> - i ihfc \i:i:t •_•<.• ar c *hc \rllow- • J < o 3 r I it?-* \ Mi Mi unl- John. A I «i « i T n } f i Hit Mou* f\mn Bi »r^c l V\ r t Vv It I ' 2 Ci i I nt>, Pt g*c\ Kf. * Mtiid M t ne ' ^ f ( , .t, r fj. t , t , » M\ I i 3< R mi l \\l i \ ir 'i ! it oil J I it 1 „- ' I ' \\ I Vv o !<' I T- T f t I« i 131 K ' \ T i i Alar 1- t \ u ' v i n I G % F n. I- J L^ WiJ-cff lit V a - vh Ki -t Jail \\»u'it S v n A J f Mti \ttem A»ir I< *rh B< IK rt ( hn-* Bo »i :M M Mi « u J bt law- ! v M 4 - \h and ! •> -' T us nee, I M Dennis Pulli- ! I T l ice, ID n t ie HilKint^, ^ohoo 1 , In Vlan^ei I ^\\ } y T lenie Lcuvrenf leiaMt Wa'ttmar, Irene Jt^mer Mv G ft All ^rt Hanson M Chn^hia Prnei Alice Sear^; ! <oo Siifnt Night, Clara Clp\e j land; Christmas Baskets, Kath- erine Shelley, Lucia Farnham; Don't C>pen until Christmas, Mary Elizabeth Pettinger; The Christ- mas Rule, Dorothy Wrisley; hymn, There's a Beautiful Star, congre- gation; The Snow Bird,' Ruth Walter; In a Stable Lowly, Rob- ert Peacock; Christmas Shopping, Raymond Otis; Christmas Joy, Barbara Bennett; I Wish, Max- well Bickford, Billy Wilkins, War ren Bushey; boys' chorus, Wo Three Kings of Orient Are, \salo parts, Fosset Sturdy, Emerson Smith, John Crossett; Christmas Bells, Mary Branch, Ruth Wrisley,, Stanley Taylor, Louise Barney. The Stocking Brigadte, Rae How- ard, Shirtey Wallace, Bernard Wal- lace, Fossett Sturdy; Come, Cyrus Taylor; A Lasting Tree, Raymond Mitchell; The Hymn for Christ- mas, Aline Hanson; Steer by the Mar? ;»i Ivt. v i vl a J V, R f K, iv. ] f - v tn Mi K< e n I igars. •Bonsignore, \\ i i*in< Gid U P> ^<.«»ri Nor- j ^ i ^ u M i il M I F.| *i (i ^ ^h ^ T 1 i r GI ui\ I \Win (1 rt\ D P u*!' with i V -ii t Mi h rvs R^an \ 1 ,r LeRoj^ f IT* « < \fge h Vr ?w Mi AVI eRoux. Df)i ic - Iv\ Po --dim v»i'i Mr. a^u Mis HtTr Latt* TovwM Ed? c\ Rot^<stci \Vle- fhdPit-^ In^it ite \\ th Mr and V - Oforgc kdgle\ Th< hna Dudlc\ Eastman school of music, wt h Mr and Mr-. Alvin A Wood SVI\M PHlDii*\ Northwestern imve^sitv Chicago with Mr and Mis Frank H Philburt :ca Call, Pla+tsburg Nor- mal, with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Call, Margaret Maynard, New York state teachers' college, with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maynard. Carl Parody, Cornell university, with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ryan. Lonnie Wilson, Riordan school, wifti ,M^« and Mrs. Wales Wilson. Philip Proctor, Hoosack school for boys,'with Mrs. Theresa Proc- tor. ' ._ . • • —..•-; Harry Goldberg, Syracuse uni- versity, with Mr. and Mrs. William Goldberg. Jay Otis, University of Pennsyl- vania, with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Otis. -Aline Fraser, University of Ver- mont, with Mr. and Mrs. William Fraser. Evelyn Walton, Russell Sage college, with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Walton. Edith D'Amico, Mt. St. Vincent's Irs. Leo Dashna^. Detroit •univer- sity. -Auh Mr, and Mi>. I 'v I Das-hnaw. Roland Lyons, Columbia College of Pharmacy, with Mr. and Mrs. i John Lyons. Gladys Douglas, Plattsburg NojTnal, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglass. Virginia Wood, Beaver College, with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wood. Hazel Gordon, Potsdam Normal, with Mrs. E. M. Thayer. Anthony §egreto, Clarkson col- lege, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry DR. R, T. KENYON SHOOTS I BIG, RED FOX Dr. R, T. Kenyon of AuSabie Forks, chairman of the Republi- can county committee, recently :hot a red fox which measured 63 inches from nose tip to tail tip. The animal weighed 18 x k pounds and is said to be one of the largest foxes ever killed in this section of the Adirondacks. Dr. Kenyon is spending the win- ter in California as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Milton Sills, form- erly Miss Doris Kenyon. Want a cook, a job, a dog, a house? Use News Classified Ads and get your heart*s desire. Upright Pianos Player Pianos Electric Pianos Orthophonic Victrolas n Williams); •'* A Great Fact, Bertha Stanley; Thie Glad Hand Class, Mrs. Walter's girls; Some New Arith- metic, Jack Durkin; girls' cho- rus, Bells of Christmas, Miss Lengfeld's class; The Star's Mes- .sage, Claire White's class; Christ Is Born, Billy Farnham; We Wel- come Glad Christmas, Others of Claire White's class; Give, Marvel Durkin; Silver Music, Teddy Wolfe; collection, for children of the world- oflfertory, violin, Erwin Kilbum, organ, Mr. Taylor; song. Everywhere, Everywhere, Christ- mas Tonight, school; benediction: distribution of gifts. Ernest Randall, Springfield Col- lege, with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Randall. CHRISTMAS SERVICES EPISCOPAL CHURCH The New York supreme court has ruled that when a man is sent to prison for life he is legally dead, and his wife can hold his property and marry again. As the congregation in the South Side church in Chicago, was sing- ing \Lead Kindly Light,\ all the lights went out, and candles were used to finish the service. ADIRONDACK COMMUNITY CHURCH **A Hoiiii df rra^f r f o r All Peopled Sunday Servfees 11 a.m. Morning worship. v 10 a.m. Sunday School. 4.30 p.m. Golden Rule Cirefe 6.30 p.m. Epworth League. 7.30 p.m. Vesper service. Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Meeting f?ev. Robert L Clark. Pastor Keep youth longer! cleanse the system of poisons Two of the great enemies to yonfb and vitality are delayed elimination and intestinal poisons. To keep your- self free from both these common diffi- cutties will help you to stay young. With the use of Nujol you can do it too. For Nujol absorbs body poisons and carries them off. preventing tbeir absorption by the body. Nujol also eoftens* the waste matter and bring.- about normal evacuation. It is ham- te&>; contains no drugs o:* ratHiio'r.e It won't OSL ise pas or griping pair-*, oi affect the s'.omach or kidneys. Ever;- oorner dnifctrist has Nujol. Make s'.ir von got tl e genuine. Look lor tho that you <? tn react light thro,i£f. t'.i-' bot'.lr Do* 'i JI'IVJV. g>\i \^^iol io;i'n 7:15 Friday Night, Children's Program. Carols, Recita- w ' tidns, etc,, ete, 11:30 Christmas Eve Midnight Service. Carols, Sermon, Communion. CHRISTMAS DAY 8:30 a.m. Communion, 11:00 Knights Templar Semi-an- nuijl Service. Morning Prayer and Sermon. The Rev. Sidney Thomas Ruck, Rector. Telephone 94. Music RoDs Adirondack Piano Co. 6 Academy St Hotel Saranac SARANAC LAKE TEL. 375 Open Evenings until Christmas Terms Arranged Understanding It is the understanding of the haw and why of successful building, gained through years of experience, that enables us to serve our clients so well. Leo A. Malone Building, paving, sewer lines, sidewalks mason and carpenter work ^ L-^_ ESTIMATES FKEE OF CHARGE ,«*rr ; A. B. Cruder ,^C SK'pt<':s. EJ 6 . 3 C trrejmoon irn> thioagh Yo k^hne. ^rj's i.rtral. Disna & Bou trier Sanitary Barber Shop Specialists in Ladies' and Children's Hair Cutting 231 Main Street Lake Placid All Hair Cuts 30 Cents THIS PERSONAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU TO JOIN Our Christmas Club Pocket Watches Beautiful and varied • 3fe collection WALTHAM ELGIN HAMILTON AND BALL $12 TO $60 LADIES' DIAMOND WRIST WATCHES, up to $200 I 4 J 4 J i 1 1 4i $8.50 TO $30 RINGS New Stocks, Wide Selections, for Ladies or Gentlemen $5 TO $200 Henry Pedroni 49 Broadway Saranac Lake Our congratulations are offered to those of you who have received your Christmas Club Check for the past year. Yours is the reward of a good purpose accomplished. We appre- ciate your friendly cooperation and solicit the opportunity of serving you further. We hope you will bring many of your friends with you in joining our NEW CLUB. The plan is simple. The method is easy. There are no fines, no dues. Read the simple details below. The first payment makes you a member. Here is the plan: CLASS 500 Members paying $5.00 each week for SO weeks will receive on or about December 3> 1928, a check for $250.00. CLASS 200 Members paying $2.00 each week for 50 weeks will receive on or about December 3, 1928, a check for $100.00. CLASS 100 Members paying $1.00 each week for 50 weeks will receive, on or about December 3 t \1928^ * MQ0O Members paying 50 cents each week for 5fc> weeks will receive on or about December 3 1928, a check for $25.00. * Everybody Welcome to Join. NOW OPEN FOR MEMBERSHIP, for the Club Year of 1928. Bank of Lake Placid LAKE PLACID, N. Y. TeL 126-J Lake Placid ^ Cane's ^ Barber Shop WISHING ALL MY FKIEND3 AND PATRONS A MERRY CHRISTMAS ,WDA HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Post Office Building Telephone 97 Our Greeting For This Holiday Season The choicest and most varied offerings the market affords The choice for the Christmas dinner, be it meat or fowl, is a most important concern. Our assistance in aiding you to select what you prefer starts with providing you the choicest offerings to be found. Then we assure you prompt attention to your orders* and prompt delivery when and where you specify. BUY HERE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER—AND BE SATISFIED Fresh Dressed Northern Turkeys 8 1b. Fresh killed Young Hens ., . per Ik 55c 1042 1b. Fresh killed Young Toms per lb. 60c 1448 Ik Fresh killed Youtig Toms . per lb. 65c SHEA'S MARKET, Inc. Telephone 134 Lake Placid, N. Y.

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