Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 22, 1970 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, May 22, 1970
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Page 14 GREELEY TRIBUNE Fri., May 22, 1970 United Methodist Church Plans Centennial Program for Sunday " Bishop Marvin Stuart Bishop R. Marvin Stuart, res] dent bishop of the Denver Are: of United Methodism will be thi Centennial Anniversary speake at 1 ' both services of the Firs United Methodist Church, Sun day. His address, entitled, "Lookin; Backward and Living Forward,' will commemorate the establish ment of the Methodist Churc' 100 years ago and of its continu ing ministry throughout the pas century. WANTED Is that constant drip getting on your nerves and causing your water bill to go up? Call us at 3531962. Greeley Plumbing and Heating Go. 1009 9th St. In addition to the anniversary address another feature of the services will be special musical numbers presented by the choral jroups of the church and a irass ensemble. All persons in- erested in attending and participating in these anniversary services at 9 and 10:30 a.m. are welcome. Bishop Stuart was elected Bishop of the United Methodist Tiurch by the Western Jurisdic- .ional Conference in Portland, Ore. in July, 1964 and was assigned to the Denver area. Preceding his election to the episcopacy, Dr. Stuart served as a delegate to Several Conferences. His entire ministry following graduation from the Boston School of Theology was spent in i California-Nevada Conference where he served as pastor of the First Methodist Church in Pala Alto, Calif, for 22 years. The Denver Area of United Methodism, administered by Bishop Stuart is the largest episcopal area of Methodism in the United States, excluding Alaska. Two annual Conferences consisting of the Rocky Mountain and the Yellowstone are organized to serve the area. There are 418 United Methodist Churches with a total membership of 138,573 persons in the area. Included in the work of the churches are 365 organized Women's Societies of Christian Services having a membership of 22,700 women of the church. There are 375 ministerial members of the two annual conferences subject to appointment by the resident bishop. Bishop Stuart has presented a progressive approach to the needs of the modern churchman and to the youth of the Church. participates in the work one university, two colleges, lominary, two modern ment homes, five hospitals and .en organizations of campus ministry within the area of the United Methodist mittee Church. Besides the responsibilities ndministering the work of the Denver area he shares in the .eadership of the General Church FARMPAK D. C. ROYER AGENCY INSURANCE 808 9th Street of organization of United Metho- one dist. This consists of member- retire; ship on the Board of Missions, the Program Council, the Committee on Overseas Relief and Denver the Quadrennial Emphasis Com- of the Mrs. Stewart will accompany bishop on his visit to First United Methodist Church and will share in" the festivities of the occasion. Slide Program Of Missionary Work Slated Martha Duell will show slides if the missionary work in Brit- sh Honduras at the Sunny View Church of the Nazarene at 7 ).m. Sunday. In 1968 Miss Duell was seeded to go to British Honduras with the .Youth Missionary Corps of the church of the Nazarene. Slides of the country and people will be shown. She is the daughter of Mr. and ilrs. Frank Duell and is home rom Bethany Nazarene College where she graduated May 18 with a B.A. degree in sociology. !he plans to leave Monday for Bakersfield Calif, for an inter- new to work as a probation of- :icer. UNITED CHURCH AWARD -- Kenneth Monfort, right, is presented the Colorado United Church of Christ Award by Ted P. Sutler, local rancher. The award was presented at the banquet Friday during the state conference meeting of the United Churches of Christ. The award is presented each year to a churchman for outstanding services to the community and the state. R O S E S 20% OFF ANDERSON SEED CO. 714 10th St. 353-0188 Rev. J. Romero Missions Rally Guest Speaker Guest speaker on May 28 and 29 at the First Spanish Assembly of God Church, 601 21st Ave., will be the Kev. Juan Romero, an appointed Assemblies o£ God missionary to Latin America. During his first term of missionary service, Rev. Romero will serve as the Assemblies of iGod general Sunday school representative to all the countries of Central and South Amerka and the Caribbean area. Also Rev. Romero lias travel- leader and Sunday school director of the Latin American District of the Assemblies of God in North America qualifies him for this responsible position. I Also Rev. Rmoerp has travel- led extensively during the past five years through Latin American countries as special speaker in Sunday school conventions and training courses. He received his theological training at Magdiel Bible School in Mexico and has held pastorates in Lubbock, Mission, anc San Antonio, Texas. Besides being a gifted soloist, Rev. Ro- Sreeley Pistol Team Is First LA JUNTA -- "It* Greeley Pallet Department pistol team pl«ced first in the sharpshooter . earn division during the police 50-yard Martha Du.ll Persons interested are invited to attend this program. Believe R or Nat/ OFTHESEPIKRKIOrt OF NEW GUINEA WEAR A COMICAL HEADDRESS TRIMMED WITH SHELL MONEY, SHARKS'TEETH AND FLYING- FOX FUR, THAT IS NEVER REMOVED IN DEATH IN PORTUGAL fcMS USED 70 INDICATE 'THOUSANDS' OFANYTHING- .g^y«»«» · !.·.. Mi IMtl^italWTl*,- ffolD 60HZASA COLLEGE, (hi SPOKANE,WASH., fl SOLID-BRICK STRUCTURE WEIGHING 2500,000 L8S, W1S TURNED -4SPRSKCES IN 1900 AND MOVED 175 FEET WITHOUT eKEAKlNS A S/MBiE SKICK combat pistol matches held In La Junta last weekend. Members of the team were Sgt. Wilbur Ross, Richard Hirsch, James Franks and Wayne Hubble. Officer Hirsch also won a first place trophy in the individual · marksmanship division. DAILY CROSSWORD AOBOOfl ., ZSmd LSpitbcB missile* B.C»reK!M . 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