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Page 8 Pastoral Prayer -December 9th Father, grant us steadfast confidence and unfaltering fortitude in these challeng- ing hours of national uncertainty as our statesmen and elected representatives enter into the valley of decision. From the depths of our hearts we pray that they may secure the safety of the fifty hostages in Iran. We pray for all mankind, even as the breach between some of us grows broader day by day... Help us to remember that even those who raise their angry shouts against us are still our fellow man and they children. They were once our friends, and in days to come we must help them to be- come our friends again. Let us not forget that our complacent selfishness, our blindness to some of the policy mistakes of our leaders, our unwil- lingness to continueour interest in our leaders once we have elected them, have helped to bring us to this hour. Forgive us our failures, and teach us to forgive those whom by force of circumstance we may have to move against with arms... Save us from bitterness or hatred and the vindic- tive spirit of revenge. If it be possible, bring the fifty Ameri- cans safely through the valley of the shad- ow of death and return them to their" homes with thankful hearts... If it needs must be that they continue to suffer may they be strengthened through the realiza- tion that their temporal and spiritual edu- cation has gifted them with prepared minds equal to any crisis.., if death a- waits them, nerve them to meet it with courage and undefeated hearts. Especially, in this advent season, and in preparation for whatever day may dawn upon us, open our minds to a deep- er understanding of the teaching and example of Jesus Christ. Amen Prayer given by the Rev. Clayton Brooks Hale at the Perry Congregational Church, December 9th. ttartrrrnatn mitP Milltown Blvd St Stephen N B IDE,L FOR THE FISHERMAN, I LUMBERMAN - SPORTSMAN any kind of work. Heavy Pants 85% Wool by Murphy&apos;s, t Heavy Socks 85% Wool, Heavy Mitts 85% Wool, Heavy Quilted .. Vests, Plaid Camper Coats - lined, i Duffle Coats - Ladies and Gents from England, Hefivy Pure Wool t Blanket Coats Ladies and Gents, I Pure Wool Heavy Dressing Gowns Ladies and Gents. = Take advantage of our low prices, plus premium on American Dollars, i makes Bargains Galore at Quarter- main's Store. Near International t Bridge, St. Stephen N.B. ODenDaily I :1=T246  2891 c r:i:>=l=<t THE QUODDY TIDES Christmas Church Services CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Kenneth Lindsey. Christmas service Monday, December 24, 4 P.M. WASHINGTON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH John Romano, Pastor Dec. 23, Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening Service with Christmas Sunday School program, 6:00 p.m. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Sheldon Keezer, Pastor Dec. 16, Christmas program, 6:30 p.m. BLAKEY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Roland Chaffey Dec. 23, Christmas Service, 10:45 am. Sunday School Christmas program 9:00 am. UNITARIAN MEETING HOUSE Rev. Douglas Morgan Strong ing, 6:00 p.m., public invited. Dec. 23, Christmas Vesper Candlelite Service, 3:30 p.m. ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH- EASTPORT Father Joseph Mullen Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Mass, 5:00 p.m. Midnight Mass. Dec. 25, Christmas Mass, 8:00 a.m. ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH- PLEASANT POINT Dec. 24, Midnight Mass Dec 25, Christmas Mass, 11:00 a.m. ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH- PEMBROKE Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Mass, 5:00 p.m. PERRY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Clayton Brooks Hale-December Minister Dec. 15, Annual Hanging of the Greens, 7:00 p.m. Dec. 23, Christmas Communion, Red .Cross Me Drive in Eastern  Washington Co. The American Red Croa nlelnl drive will be conducted this  Eastern Washington County Chapte "Membership" has a speald: this year, according to Rev. gan Strong of Eastport Cross is very much involved parts of the World. By joining thl can Red Cross in Eastern Wmhl County, many people have  oppo to be a part of one of the woflll'l It humanitarian organization." In Eastern Washington Coeaty, s families separated by military lnnde were assisted with personal pmbhm. through the Red Cross wofld-de  munications capability. FLt lid, Q! swimming courses were condmted financial assistance Dec. 20, Community Christmas Carol- 11:00 a.m. given during the year. Several l =mxm]nnJ==$ll visits were held and 317 units tete ,i yn no ,n n,,-..  , ,,,-,. ,,,-.,-,.. I lected and processed by Redll i tJ tJ(JO t,,1"7/3/0 I IVl/40 OIY. l'f Vl(,,IY.O  distribution to the local h 1 at The Perry Congregational Church | maMLmbmeehioPi: oY/One%tic:/tdd SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15th at 7 P M ! and sent to Box 152, EastlmMsk THE ANNUAL HANGING OF THE GREENS l 04631. Everybody Holes Decorate the Church for Christmas  ] (Including a Glorious Floor to Ceiling Fir Tree)  IIl:lliixmxlJlimtlimlll_" SPECIAL PROGRAM BY" .   ." , J THE OAK HILL HAND BELL CHOIR  ! UNITARIAN ! From St. Andrews Canada  I " Refreshments will be served by t;e Women's Fellowshio  ! Meeting Hou00 | CLOS,0000 w,m. ! ! i CONDUCTED BY THE DECEMBER MINISTER   --.."" ..... 7_' '''"= SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16th at 11 A M 1 | Christmas Vetper Sermon: "Jesus Above The Dogmas "" "  ! Services - i " sS::;g:hS'a::7:nrT:d," II ,:unday 3 :oep. .bllr 2 . SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23rd at 11 A.M.  | The Traditmnl 0 with Christmas Communion   C- " " " " Sermon: 'Alternative to Futility"  I rlrlstmas ! Christmas should impart a high-mindedness which  i Christmas fellowship hedl stills some of the little tempests in our minds and  = afterwards. renders us more capable of the experience of God. ! 1 Minisr i DECEMBER MINISTER: ,  . Rev. DouglasMorga J[ The REV. CLAYTON BROOKS HALE of EASTPORT | I "...., c(000000is00mas EASTPORT From the membership of '' ': "