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w w m m'w GREEN BAY PRESS GAZETTE 12 Fridoy, Dec. 20, 1957 Choirs Offer Yule Cantata Sunday Night Oconto Lutherans To Relate Nativity Story With Music OCONTO (PG) The combined choirs of the First American Lutheran Church will present the cantata, 'The Music of Christmas," by Ira B. Wilson in the church at 8 o'clock Sun-j day evening. The public is in-! vited. The cantata of Christmas; music will be presented by 43 voices of the senior, junior and men's choirs of the church under the direction of Mrs. William Gallagher. Members of the senior choir are Mrs. Charles Rietz, Mrs. Michael Ileroux, Mrs. Ernest Hidde, Alice Viestenz, Phyllis Topel, Beverly Scharman, Mrs. Lewis Klevenow, Esther, Marilyn and Eileen Retzlaff, Mrs. Donald Nerenhausen, Janice! Malchow, Mrs. Victor Riewe,! Mrs. George Johnson. Mrs ! Fred Kahl and Mrs. Bernice' Larson. i In Junior Choir ) Junior choir members are Lavonne and Arbutus Wood-worth, Donna Bullock, Nancy Rasmussen, Gail Kahl, Nancy Brown, Karen Johnson, Karen Riewe, Linda Nerenhausen, Judy Finger, Janet Roy, Sandra Radtke and Karen Tonn. The men's choir is made up of Robert and Gilbert Panetti, Charles Rietz, Milton Ellman, Dean Larson, Andrew Rietz, Donald Nerenhausen, Victor Riewe, Clyde Krueger, Lester! ! ' t - ' . ... VI- ii i i v "y U A L .11 i Pioneers at Lena Surviving members of the Rosera family, pioneer settlers at Lena in 1872, include, front, Joseph, 89, and Fred, 93, and, back, John, 82, and Stephen, 86. The sons of Clement Rosera can recall vividly the rigors of pioneer life and dates in the growth and history of Lena. Fred, Stephen and John still live at Lena and Joseph is a resident of Green Bay. Rosera Family Noted In Settling of Lena 513 Years Total Of Six Children In Pioneer Clan call many details of life in their youth. The father walked to Mishi-cot, about 60 miles away, to Three Choirs Methodist Vesper Rites Bethlehem Manger Theme of Program Sunday Afternoon OCONTO (PG) Adult, junior and angel choirs of the First Methodist Church here will present a Christmas vesper service in the church at 4:30 Sunday afternoon. Theme of the service is "The Manger Scene in Bethlehem. The service will be narrated by the Rev. Harold Riebe, pas tor. Miss Ruth Nagler is the organist and Mrs. Walter Pries the pianist. Directing the senior choir is Mrs. Harold Riebe. Mrs. Otto Lindbom directs the angel and junior choirs. Members of the senior group are Mrs. Myron Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lindbom, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pockat, Mrs. George Hall, Mrs. Mahlon Retz laff, the Misses Lucille Foelker, Kathy Sorensen, Eleanor, Jean and Lucretia McFadden, Carol Winans, Luella Farrar and Ann Menor, Kermit Barnhart, Ray Menor and the Rev. T. C. Nag ler. Singers of the junior group are Beverly Hayes, Debbie Joseph, Linda and Jocelyn Pries, Linnea Lindbom, Susan and Jean DeWindt, Rachel Riebe, Mary Ann Rohder and Joan Jarvis. Angel cnoir members arc Karen and Cathy Lindbom, Dixie and Charles DeWindt, Michael and Jeffry Pockat, J Becky Wasurick, Beth Aubut, pioneer Laura and Russell Joseph, Edith Barnhart and Priscilla Riebe. The program follows: '.A ppt four pnws siv mnnlVic nftpr:Prelud O ' ' ... . . , . , , , I the family arrived. The re-Yuletide Echoes Hadsen Calver Stewart. John Boeren. Bervl Bv JERRY VAN RYZIN Marvin Wittkopf. I LENA (PG)-Long life is a'1" triP took more than tw0 JesslonaTi The program follows: characteristic of the hardy, aas- , . , io Little Town of Bethlehem , i r- ,oncpr. famiiv which home Oxen were Used in clearing . Congregations stands and sings Processional ... Congregation and rtoseia lamiiy wnicn nome-' . Silent Night Choirs, stea(je(i the forested wilder- the land ana Ior nauling in i Bethlehem's Lowly Manger . . vr b.. Batoh w. HatWness of what is now the ViKls' ,The Pioneer family, had' Prologue Senior Choir ace 0f Lena 35 Years aeo. !n0 SneS except lor leatner;Lullaby on Christmas Eve Ages of six Tracks and Trees Winter is a wonderland for the photographer, example is submitted by Lowell Georgia of the Press-Gazette staff. Holv Night, Senior and Men's Choir He Shull Feed His Flock Junior and Senior Choirs Come. Thou Long-Expei-ted i Jesus . . Bass Solo. Charles Rietz O Little Town of Bethlehem 1 Senior and Mens Choirs Good Tidings Soprano Solo, Mrs. Charles Rietz Offertory and , Announcements Rev. HamifS Glory to God Women's Three-Part Chorus and Choir, The Magi Men's Choir: Ijttle Lord Jesus . .. Junior Choir In Our Heart Soprano Solo Mrs. Michael Hcroux The Living Song Combined Choirs Prayer and Benediction Rev. Hanusa, Benediction Response. Senior Choir j Recessional I Congregation and Choirs Christiansen Willan Holy Trinity Program Set Traditional Mass On Christmas Eve At Casco Church CLINTONVILLE (PG Hev. Edgar ol 9 sing a duet, "tsethienem, U Sunday school Thnn " a n A Mrs 110:45 a m. Message V . , V V.'ings From the Skies James ttieay dr. will sing u service 7:45. Message, Holy Night" and "Veni Cre-!RPPn " Christmas program by , ,, b , . . , ... the Sunday school at 7:45 Christmas Churches List Coleman Rites Sermons and Song To Relate Birth Of Jesus Christ COLEMAN (PG) Christmas season church services have been announced by pastors in this area. At Trinity Lutheran Church, Coleman, there will be a children's service at 7:45 p.m. Christmas Eve. The program is entitled "Hark the Glad Sound! The Savior Comes." Recitations will "be given by groups of grade school children. Worship services with communion will be held at 10:30 a.m. Christmas Day, the pastor, the Rev. L. E. Pingel, has announced. Theme for Sermon Regular Sunday services will be held at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at the Pioneer Baptist Church, Pound. The Rev. G. W. Blackburn, the pastor, will preach on the theme, "No Room for Jesus." The young people of the church will present a program, "Sharing Christmas," at 8 p.m. Sunday. "The First Christmas Carol, a presentation or recitations and special music, and a pantomime of the "eFar Nots" of Christmas will be given by the Sunday school group on Christmas Eve. Last Saturday the children held a Christmas party in the afternoon and the young people had a skating party in the evening at the home school John Mattrisch, Sunday school superintendent Sunday School Play At the First Baptist Church, Pound, pupils of the Sunday school will give a Christmas program at 7:45 p.m. Sunday, A play, songs and recitations will be presented. The Rev. Ivan Bachtell, pas tor of the church, will deliver D. Nelson, pastor. ithe Christmas message, "Lets 43 a in. worship at p, , Christmas Eve service at Shepherds' 17.45 n There will be sriecial music by the choir. A musical program and social hour followed by devotions until midnight will be parts of a Watch This fine Clintonville Church Notes also will be recitation of the Rosary and a sermon by the pastor. Hymns by the choir will in- elude "O'er the Hills," "Under jthe Stars," "Tantum Ergo" and "Birthday of a King." Judyl nhuov arid Marv nrnssart vm 1 ny f.vanjf ileal tree I nurcn j -- " The R "AngeisS'h'?idPut Christ Int0 Christmas," as Beth- ator as soloist. She also Will Eve. Dec. '24. Christmas Dav serv- be soprano obligato for "Silentj)c9:3o a.m. Dec. 25 , . ,, Christus Lutheran Church The Night. Rev. E. C. f. Stubenvoll, pastor. i ri u m c n Kririi-a i n it a n-i v i m n v Sunday school 9:15 a.m. chiidren's'Night service at 9:30 p.m. New In the solemn procession "r'L Pr"fIaT, JJi!": Year's Eve. Mary Teachers Guests At Christmas Tea dren of the i total bis years. Fred, 93, Stephen, John 82, still live Joseph, 89, resides surviving COll-, . . r - Senior Thnir ithe mother. Snowv Flakes Are Fallin When the boys were older Softly ............. thev went to work in lumber .t..,.. t... tRT -n.J CASCO (PG) A solemn; camps. Ties were cut and' ,., A"8el d Junior citoirs' high Mass with a procession ' Procession To Crib hewed by hand for the newi '" junior chS r" " ""' will be celebrated at mid . . . , .. ..... . . . . . wn . . n um.v cciiijik, rauroaa. ihe Doys turned " "pDjJJJ Duet wllson, night on Christmas tve, iues-Sn0rtly before midnignt nox-jservice 7:45 pm. Christmas Day'chalk Talk by Pastor over meir chocks io me iatn-:jesu Bambino Arr. Ringwold day, in noiy irinny vmum- anne MajesKi, aaugmer oi ivlr-T5W0 . fn rhrktma rvi. nHth . er. j Beautiful Savior Arr Griffith Church here. The Rev. RU-!and Mrs. Chester Majeski. Will; Christ Congregational Church -L0h,," nf vi h-M M . . I While Angels Sing Arr. Christiansen: , , . u;t, 4l, .c ! . u t;. 4Un nu-iet The Rev Warren Mueller minnlv sermon Will be held at 11 a.m. Produced Maple Syrup Lo, how a Rose i er Blooming ;dolph James Hodik, the pas-icarry the figure of the Christ if f 'a tn' m.cunAav at th. c.-,,,. pi-h. The family made maolei r will be celebrant and he. Child to the church crib. She Sol' ?ypriry2lk ine iamny macte mupie1 Senior Choir , ... . r:,,.jwi,.tt!...:iii nioK -nrfi:M D m. and funior and tunior Baptist Church, the Rev. W al- syrup each year. Before the,'" rKA,t L"irZ akw iir." Vf". ZnJ" ?l Pm; Sunday, ter Cecil has announced. At 8 Calav, Barbara Dhuey, Mary unflay sch0' ""O "m iow- , . , t o ml ship 10 am. Junior Choir 9:30 a.m. St. Martin Lutheran Church The Rev W O KrterWhnrri nactor rMnno. fnwilT; j J . e i , mi. Vra n an rhHatmai Tarn nTPrPnH 1 u L 11 U.lll. UY sit via.! w ,N mill lailWV U U majtoftii . " . r 1""""' Louis rai road came throueh. in fact . rantinne n Nnei artnm ik. nr.m..n: l. Glorv to the Kln of Kinf iPere liic cuiiiniuiuLV w da M uhu a, " ------ - -n u' . , to ManlP VollPv,. of thP!r, V;f ,.i Thompson- Tne midnight Mass will be;j0 Dhuey, Nancy Lee Smith family fine stands of made trees The! Ukrainian Christmas Carol, preceded at 11 p.m. by severalWick and Nancy Jo Majeski Three sons, Roseras still make maple Silent Night Senior Choir 86, and cvrun and last iciins har-:Reresslonal A" wi,n Gladness n T pna 1 . j S.PUnB ar I Congregation stands and sings n Lena .vested over 100 gallons. (Benediction 1 r.l'PPn Ar.r,-,i;r. tr,..'l RV. RlCb " I "'""'S " aiuij-, postl,,rl-Mnrch Beethoven p.m. Sunday the senior young people will stage a play entitled "Come to the Stable" and , u..m,,i -r. . e . ..'Christmas pageant on Sundav eve-!the Pastor Will Eive 8 chalk Christmas hymns, Bonner s "Mass in Honor of injnff 8 pm H English services and'):,,, vr,c "j " v. . T ,.. , Bay. Mrs. Mary Pelkey, 91,;the community was renamed L u :ih0 only remaining daughter, (Lena after a girl who was era- M IT 1a fJI ih6f fra?uUy ;llves in Milwaukee, and Louisp,oyed at the pioneer hotdl V2" X T ? r-. 18 resident of Henet, Levi Hill, who served as first School District No. 1 was held, nmmi nH viairnn Dn-.n... . w.v.,1... . v ... ijt'iia wa;, lull iiuiii Liie Wednesday afternoon in the home economics department of iV(, me senior ign tcnooi. sera first and Vitalcen came to Lena 85 Town of Little River, was in- ears ago, in October 18. -instrumental in selecting the !Thv hnH cf'Ati fhilHrfn lhnri .. TV. t j u. i"-v " - - "Mimuc. 1L",C ;ca iJ-" !and seven came later, the students in the sophomorei.. ... . . . r.r,r,rrv,ir.. j. Occupied Logging Cabin the direction of Miss Phyllis! Only one settler, a man; "97. and was rebuilt the fol-Rickfort. Punch, coffee and named Lucas, had preccdedjowmg year on the present cookies were served. ,the Roseras to Lena whence. Jhe first general store A hallo. rf.,r, u',i. thev came from the Town of opened in 1883 in a building 1 tlihsnn in Manitnu-nc PnlintvUIl iti lamias, wiia given uj, p-.v".. ... j Lena's first church was built in about 1880 and burned in Organ and Piano Duet Lower Dairy Price Props Costly to State Farmers talk, "Shepherds on the Hill side." The Sunday school will con duct a program at 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve and the young people of the church will MADISON UP Hugh Moore, a University of Wisconsin agricultural economist, said yesterday Wisconsin dairy farmers could experience an in- , . i traditional muuuo ii,m' Conner s mass m nuuui m nlng 8 p i sung by the parish choir un- St. Aloysius" will be sung by'io Sunday school Christmas j . , . i T.;iri , mu ti u.t.!Pi"t57' In school gvm Sundav morn-! der the direction of Marvin the choir. The offertory hymniinf, from ln?i5 to ii:3ft. immediate-! Bourgeois. Mrs. J. A. MatheysiWni be "Resonet in Laudibus ,iy after regular class sessions. ...m. 1- - .u Th.L.j Tirsiw.,, n1H T A L rir Methodist Church - The I win ue bl me uifou. """iiiiM yiiuu u.uui itiev. james T. (arrtco. pastor, sun- Dhuey, Myron Naze and iiiu.aay service ims im Theme , T ; . nt' What s In a Name? Sundav school Rinlev Jr. will sing verses of 0m . , ,,,i.. ,v,i r- .rfm... "Adestes Fideles as the com-lprogram. Dec. 22. 4 p.m. Dec. 24;mane a caroling tour at 1 p.m. munion hymn. "Angels We!nmas Eve Candlelight service Christmas Day. Have Heard on High" will bel Evangelical i nited b r t h j e n Services at 11 a.m. Sunday. :t Church The Rev. Brj'ce J. Arm-' . .,, . , , the recessional. istrong. pastor, sundav school 9:45;Dec. 29, will include a New Masses on Christmas Day: a.m. Worship service ii m jycar'. message and there will oreat joy. . . oe vvaicn iigni services irom 9 p.m. to midnight New Year's ' -li u t a o in orA in I heme. .News of a Great Joy.' j been entirely attributable to will be at 7.J0, 8, s.JU and ju cnrls, 0(rram on Christmas; . , ,, a m. There also will be a Mass; Eve at 7:45 p m. increased government PU11" r,r,r.i.tacl st. Rose c.thoiic church - The; chases. Commercial consump tion is down. He said that this at Slovan at 8:30 Christmas';' Murphv. pastor siindavjEve. On New Year's Day the morning. Massea 6. 7:30. 9 iHigh Mas andjyoung people of the ChUjeh j... nnt' 1,1 vj" --- iiintonviue mnie i nurcn gu iu iuuiicmuui-i iui an . " . imeditation witn services aun- nev. waiter state cmnp rlrnn Of 4.4 TO 4h million mann that Tha riairv inrillltrVi . tschnol 1ft am . ... . , - rtQTrnnn luint nv rvriiu wiij; r. . j - " a.m. services neia ax veterans iie ened in 1883 in a building dollars in 1958 under the latest needs to depend entirely on T1': ; the site oMhe Ray McGuire cut in price supports an-the eovernment for future pcedL,v-St!L c ' X'"""'""0' . . . . .. . . . ' ',a,,m onrl chnrtlw after . J u: 1,1,.. C,. . " . ' ., T- !J u. SIOIIS Will UC I1CU uuU.j Helen Bleck and Kathy Mul-i'd a nomesiead or lour loriies " (m,Uiii:eu una ra uj .c- nope ana success vaney. A vocal quartet from;here. The family lived forihotel was built on the mainjtary of Agriculture Benson, changes are taki He said that; Jay Mm-iHav aftprnonns and quartet from nere. ine tamny lived tor, - iary oi ngntuiui c cnanges are taKing piace xnai, . d untiI 6 pm St. Rose Catholic Schoo com-six weeKS in an old one-roomi-"""-' 7 ;.,,. me oiun wuum iuwci .c.wiii provide sen-neip ior uieiChri , E e prised of Mary Fox Corrine 'ORgers snacK until tnev were ""j - .j jjhuc oujjuh usuic iui j iinausiiy. inis inciuues jjaei Bohman and LeGrace and Le-lable to complete a home 0f lPf'ned the first blacksmith!pr0ducts to the legal minimum; package milk to expand trade one Jones sang "The Twelve hand-hewn logs. ;shoP ln ne "own of Lena in:0f 75 per cent of parity on areas, volume discounts, milk Davs of Christmas." The land Grandfather Roserai1882- Telephones came in April 1, 1958 from the present j venders and dispensing ma- purchased is located in the;lo;,u- . , 83 per cent parity figure, r-an-jchines and new products such original Section 34 in the was incorporated in, ty ls the term used for defining as concentrated milk. Town of Lena. It includes 191 as a village and now nas farm prices declared by law aten. pastor Sundav!-,.. tin-Sunday worship iiiuut"'- mortal building. Service Set By Students At St. Paul the southwest corner of the a population oi bUU. J Village of Lena and the pres- Lived to Age of 80 lent site of St. Charles Catho- Grandfather Rosera. who lie Church and the village came to the United States I water tower. A portion of; from Switzerland when he Ithe original homestead isVas 17 vears old. died in 1911 to be fair to farmers in rela-j tion to their costs. j 18 Billion Founds Moore said Wisconsin dairy farmers will produce close to; 18 billion pounds of milk in; Crivitz Students In Yule Program Biblical Pageant To Be Presented At St. Martin's Classes Dismissed LENA (PG) Classes dismissed today at the were; Lena' Fidelity Rebekahs Hold Holiday Party CLINTONVILLE (PG) Public Schools 'for the Christ- 'Members of the Fidelity Re- mas vacation. Students will re-'eKBn uoage neia a cnnsimas turn to their books Monday, Pa1rJtyr,T"esdayTmng at th" Jan 6 (Odd Fellows Hall. j Instead of an exchange of T,uol lli;nn.e 8fts, each member contribut- Travel to Illinois ed 50 cents toward the pur. COLEMAN (PG) Mr. and chase of needed kitchen items -r TMxnwTT 1 f cpp TWMrs- Charles Munson will at the hall. J 7 J i.TIrtin!sPend Christmas with Mr. and, Installation of recently upper grades of St. Martin Frank Haihprk t. r.iPn'.Wf.H .-nt k- v.ii CRIVITZ (PG) Lutheran School, five through r ' T1, n ..iclKIll, win Mi cocii i mtii t-upilS Bltr"V,rictma nairoant at R nVlrvk farmed today MONTPELIER (PG) Pu-.Paul Rosera. pils of St. Paul Lutheran! Later Grandfather Rosera, j longevity record. His wifeJmilk School, Town of Montpelier.j who had been a Civil War vet- Canadian-born Vitaleen Tes- "The present support levellnight. Mrs. Elma Marz direct-! c VumU Dortravinc -ill r-nrfi,! r-ictmn. ifran nrl also had sprveH intcio rlinrl in 1Q1Q nt IV,o tro!c. . .... -.J "sari (h.fircl orado rhvthm hanHtmIS year. ruyiiM uuiuuy b "... vunuut.1 B villj3NUOJ ,11.1V ""' u.vv. ,. lit i.iv &'-il.Ul UiailU4(tViUlCU lltlllV, IW.ft.MUt .HJ .. Moore said, "is $3.25 cer nun-in "JinEle Bells and "KU' by a grandsonat the age of 80. Five of hisji958 and most of it will go forjthe Crivitz Elementary School! , . th -chool gram ai me scnuoi iiiumuay - ,, . . . H ithe Bible characters will uvioore saia, is .to per nun- in dingic mua anu u- . . . , 14 children, six dredweight on 3.95 test milk, dolph The Red Nosed Rein- Jf" .Tllu ihl 1 Z ice at 7 p.m. Christmas Eve. 'the trench Army, bought an of 78. Tuesday, in the church. additional five forties. He! Of their The program will open with Pild for 't with a pension of; survive, and their grandchil- Wisconsin farmers during the deer." Second graders, direct a talk by the Rev. Donald $6 a month he received for ; dren include nine sons andiyear have averaged $3.26! by Miss Emma Loop, gave Schultz. it will include verse, imilitary service. 'daughters of Fred, nine of hundredweight on 3.69 testis pley, "The Unhappy Toys," hymns, prayers and recita-! Tne original family home Stephen's, eight of John's, 14:milk, giving them a price!and third graders presented tions bv children in the ori- Ras located on the site of the!of Joseph's and six of Mary's. isliehtly higher than the sup-!a choral reading, "What Is mary, intermediate and up-Present Baumgart Hardware The surviving sons are ac-port level." " IChristmas0" under Miss per departments of the school. Store- Later a new home vvas tive and alert. John, a com- Depends on Index icilia Drrga's direction. Miss Phyllis Wunrow is pri-;bulit on the corner now oc- parative youngster at 82, con- M said that ' what the1 Children in the fourth, fifth mary teacher and her class'1"'"111 u lllc 4jC,m JlulMC w" siruciea a cottage mis pasr , , . , . . and sixth grades staged an will sing "Come Hither Ye,ca lnis Dullaine was e-;summer. Children." The intermediate Proved by fire in 1911 and; ".V, class, which is taueht bv Miss tne thlrd homestead, on the; Tenderfoot 4-H erS peri ' 1 - 1 , . . T Til.. A a 1 cent parity equivalent win;'-. jgram at 4he church at 8 mean in dollars depends on and seventh and eighth grad-j Mondav nieht. the parity index on April l. ers san6 several uaaiuonai, program will iaa. lie estimated tne new: - . price at between $2.95 and $3.i Sdrf Hnulpn Off tions to tell the story more vividly. The pageant will be com pleted with the ninth scene when all four upper grades r Ijoin in making a pledge of tneir nearts io me oaviui. Grades one to four of St. Martin Lutheran School will present their Christmas pro Alvira Reckelberg will sing "Little Children, Can You southwest corner of Roserai and Harlcy Streets, still- Elect New Officers Tell?" and "I Kneel Beside f " ' . i CRIVITZ (PG) - Cheri;The total, Moore said, will! Thy Cradle Here." .Walked to Oconto Phillips was elected president! eventually mean an income; Hymns to be presented by! Shortly after the Roseras at a re-organization meeting loss of 43 to 46 million dollars.! me upper class, taught by M. settled here they were joined' the Ienderfoot 4-H Club at; He added that lower fluid At Sturgeon Bay E. Dobberfuhl, will be "O Rint? Ye Roll of Chmtma: ' by the Pelcier family, also irom Manitowoc County. Wild STURGEON the St. Paul Hotel here this mi lb- nHo mow mn ciit,N,i rvpr rptnil milk Tri,.pc hii"tBUrglarv 01 officers are Kar-ithat it will be un to the han. wpek. BAY (PG) a sate at hrv s Tn a Lowly Manger," "Aneels m,,n Manitowoc county. Willi; 0lher new office are Kar-lthnt it -iii iv ,m h v,a.;Beer P01 at arc street We Have Heard on High" and only a logging trail to follow, en Phillips, secretary; Myrna'dlers to decide whether their'Was Jnvestieated .today by "Lift LTD Thv Head. O Zion." the ninnpprs walkprl thp 13'Shernoff. 1 rea;iirpr. and Mar.iln,i.r ,ct .iit K Sturgeon Bay police. - ' . .. . - V- - v f.u v... M(u,(.Mini,i,( ,j ine congregation win sing nines to uconto to gel sup- iene uanucK, reporter, the to the consumer as a saving.! CLINTONVILLE f PG 1 yj Liuie town or netnicnem. pnes auring tne nine years eiuo win noia a noimay party! Truman Graf. University of: , . i" , Members of the first organized "Joy to the World." "Let AH before the Milwaukee Road at the hotel Sunday. Dec. 29' Wisconsin farm economist sair) -which was hauled away Thura-r. . - . n . j i i.. . . i. . ...:n u - i j ... . ., . ... .... ... dav nicht or parlv this morn-- "... ' - nu iidt.iv Mi-ic iul uiiuuuii. vim win u: fxt'iiaiikiea ann r p small mrrpsw in tnta mi i " center around the story of Christ's birth told by songs and choral reading. The good news of the Savior's birth is the theme of the program. New Senior Troop Inducts 10 Girls With Gladsome Voice" 'The Lord's Prayer." The Rosera sons vividly re- lunch will be served. consumption since 1952 has mg. Ervin Schultz, the proprie- Clintonville were formally in ducted into Senior Troop IE Children To Present Church Program Sunday CLINTONVILLE (PG) Thend the junior choir Introductions will The junior choir will sing be Randy Hanson, Susan Lend- made the anthem. There the theft at 7 o'clock this morning childrens Christmas program irnruaumons win w macte tne amnem, "mere were ved, Julie Tilleson and Marv front door hrnkpn Thp of the First Methodist Church -v Ka'en Pfler Jor the kin-'Shepherds.''-directed by Mrs. 'Morgan. The music will be by! safe was the only thing roiss-. . nrpcpntpri af a clel'fiarten department; Bar-; William Hanson. jthe junior choir and the solo-ing vt v a J Wiese' first Eradp; Susani A play. "Jewels for the' to will be Corrine Lange. n was Sturgeon Bay's sec- o clock Sunday afternoon, ac- Kasson, second grade, and King," will be presented.) The program will close with! ond safe burglary in seven cording to Mrs. Howard Mil- Barbara Keller, third grade. Characters in the play will be jthe Holy Family remaining injmonths. A one-ton safe was ler, superintendent. The offering will be taken portrayed by Tom Rohm, Lib-;the stable as the congregation 'taken from the Piggly Wiggly The orelude will he nlavprf by Joan Gardafee. Connie Bis- by Miller. Sam Hogan. Greg Reaves the church. (Market May 24. About $3,000 - nop Aiarcia BeEes. 1 ri e Martin. Peter Michaelis. Boxes of candv w 1 hp oivpn in rash anH rhnrii -as tor, said he locked up a 6j"! v, " i- l Av. iV Lvwir Thrc .in h First Methodist Church. 'ai.a 41, 4Y.ft ot n Awards were made to the girls as members of an intermediate troop. First class awards and curved bars, the first time any girl in Clintonville has received them, were made to Susanne Miller and Lynn Wiese. Badge awards were made to Carol Zellmer and Karen Loberg. There are 10 girls In the troop. Mrs. Scott Miller is j I V V ? PI r " ilkil L.- Ikv'Ji t it I f I i " mm ! the special Christmas offering will Nancy Dedolph. Sue Ann to all the children. Ushers ing from the safe which was'troop leader and Mrs be sent to Marcy Center, a Barker, Boby DuFrane. Gary will be Gale Cartwright, Don-found two days later in an: lese IS assistant. Tfttl,f,j;, , r : j ;i pi n,...i r i , ,u t-i , . .' , . . . . ... .n liiuuim .tiissiuM aim ma. is i onuAcis, i aui uirtss iiiu ricu- am ramenKrug, Lion a I a orcnara. Tne lront door o.the junior department children .service tenter in Chicago. ;dy Shaffer. The narrators will Thompson and Jim Reinert. jstore was jimmied. by Duane Cismoski. In processional there will be the N. E. There are 11 articles in United Nations charter. . the; Advancement Ceremony First Class Awards and Curved Bars are presented in the new Senior Girl Scout Troop 188 at First Methodist Church, Clintonville. From left: Lynn Wiese, Suzanne Miller and Mrs. Scott Miller, Suzanne's mother who 13 leader of the troop. (Photo by Mildred Laib) - - rt n i

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