Church: Greenwood – Zion Reformed Christmas Program (25 Dec 1939)


Surnames: Pfeiffer, Braun, Decker, Snyder, Buker, Polzin, Wehrman, Horn, Belter, Wendt, Dyre, Moldenhauer, Schwarze, Dill, Speich, Corey, Hoehne

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 21 Dec 1939

The Sunday School and Young people of the Greenwood Reformed Church will present the following program at the church, Monday evening, Dec. 25, 1939, at 7:45 o'clock:

• Song
• Scripture & Prayer – Rev. E.G. Pfeiffer
• Song by Sunday School – "Come Hither Ye Children"
• Song by Choir – "When Christmas Joy Bells Ring"
• Recitation – Neal Braun
• Recitation – Donald Decker
• Recitation – Allan Schneider
• Recitation – Edward Buker
• Recitation – Donna Mae Buker
• Song by Sunday School – "As Each Happy Christmas Dawns"
• Dialogue: "Three Stories in One" – Catherine Braun, Verna Mae Braun, Angeline Polzin
• Instrumental Music – Gladys Wehrman
• Recitation – Bernard Decker
• Recitation – Nadine & Corrine Horn
• Vocal Duet – Alice Wendt and Elaine Belter
• Dialogue: "Who'll go with me to Bethlehem" – Gary Corey, John Hoehne, Verna Mae Braun, Carl Dyre, Billy Moldenhauer, Virginia Wehrman and Angela Polzin.
• Recitation – Arlene Schwarze
• Song by Choir – "O Nigh of Living Splendor"
• Playlet: "Christmas Kindness moves In" – Gladys Wehrman, Leo and Harvey Dill, and Robert Speich
• Song by Sunday School – "The Christmas Tree"
• Song by Choir – "Over the Lowly City"
• Play : "Christmas with the Home Folks" – Linda Colbert, mother – Elaine Belter; Stephen Colbert, her husband – Donald Schwarze; Tommy, their son – Gary Corey; Clara, their maid – Arlene Schwarze; Narrator – Catherine Braun; Madonna – Arlene Schwarze; Angel, Gladys Wehrman; Prophet – Neal Braun
• Remarks – Rev. Pfeiffer
• Song – Offering and distribution of gifts



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