Items available (September)

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Available

The Organist Portfolio, two-to-three years’ worth of monthly editions (offers a wide variety of organ music for organists but not real easy to play); SAB Chorale Book, Concordia, 14 copies; Let Us Sing Unto the Lord, treble music, nine copies; Christian Church Year A Cappella Sacred Chorus — 75 of Most Beautiful Treasures of Early Church Music, 15 copies, old and worn; Youth Favorites Songbook by Singspiration, spiral-bound, 1963, 40-plus copies; and Worship Supplement to the red hymnal (CPH 1969), 20 copies. Marsha Schuppe, fyrfytr@kci.net, (970) 522-7174.

Lutheran Worship hymnal, 168 copies, new condition.  Contact Jonathan Birner (Kantor) at Grace Lutheran Church, Naples, Fla., (239) 261-7421, Ext. 1.

The Lutheran Hymnal (CPH 1941), 55 blue cover and 25 red cover, various conditions; The Children’s Hymnal (CPH 1955), 100 copies.  Pastor Bramich at Holy Shepherd Lutheran Church, Haslet, Texas, at pb316@sbcglobal.net or (817) 439-2100.

Church pews — two total, nine feet long, light-oak stain, good condition. Call Rhonda at St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church, Elizabeth, Ill., at (815) 858-3334.

China, 16 platters, 108 lunch plates, 90 bread-and-butter plates, 66 cups, and 65 bowls.  Contact St. John’s Lutheran Church at (413) 568-1417 or pastorhazzard@verizon.net.

Baldwin practice organ, older style, 32 full pedals, great and swell keyboards, four 14-inch speakers mounted on plywood.  Marlene, (605) 432-6366, madpad@tnics.com.

Lutheran Book of Worship (Augsburg Fortress), green cover, 100-plus copies; Liturgy Accompaniment, two copies; Organist’s Hymnal, spiral-bound. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, peace582@bellsouth.net.

Posted Aug. 27, 2008

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