Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 22, 1955 · Page 2
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Story of Christ To Be Told at Seventh Day Adventist Church Friday Night in .1 Episodes Kcvcrcn'l, d r a m a t i c presentation oi Ihe story ol Christ from His birth to" H i s ' c r u c i f i x i o n will be told in eight episodes Friday evening al 7:30 p.m., In (lie Kirst .Seventh Day · Arlvenlisl church, Twenty-first ?vcnue and Tenth street. In the firsl pagcanl of its given by the church grou ., Slack l will be used in the illustration of scvern! scenes. Dr. Ben Nelson will be the narrator. · · Program of- From the Cradle to the Throne will open with vocal solos. Oh l.illle Town of Bethlehem by Mrs. L. J. Ehrliardt and Come to the Stable by lxis Edgell. Grade roll Division will depict the scene Little Babe in a Manger. Shepherds will be Daryl Bihlendcr and Larry Dupper of La Salle; wise, men. Billy Pike, Sleven Nelson and Daryl Neukirch; and Angels, Trsna S'eukirch and Sandra Schell:t of Pierce. Vocal duel. Little Daby In he -Manger, I Love You will be uue by Karl Orrtclheide and Carlone Jupper, both of La Salle. Kindergarten division will sins 1 Sould Like to Kno\\ ,(hc Boy Jesus, which will be illustrated by flannel \rapb, scenes. Hidden Yea s of Nazareth will be dc- jicted by J i m m y Lewis as Joseph; Mary Lewis as Mary and Leroy Dupper of l.» Salic i. Jesus. Group singing will be by tlie junior division. Miracles HEALTH HINTS DR. DON R. BOSTRON C H I R O P R A C T O R KIDNEYS Are a key In longer, liapjner ]"«· It you w a n t a longer and more com- lite t ply Mlisfying life, tnVe care of your kidneys. To restore die kidneyf to sound l i e n l l l i n n i l normal functioning, you m u s t Hurt a n d correct iho baste i'nndlMnn. That in the m i f s l o n of (ho Chirnju-nrlor. Tt is liecfuise Chimpr-AcHc rtnes iln i»rerj5ely this t h a t It Is K n o w n as "Nature's Road to HaUli." The Chi ro]irflc tor's k u n w l n p h a n d s aro trained lo detect and correct (he slightest, displacement alcuip the Fpin.il column. Through n. series of adJUFtments, he restores the vertebrae to proper position. The nerve line (ben resumes Us accustomed function. Blood, circulation is accelerated, and we have, hi d u e course, k i d n e y s functioning in a state (n sound. heMlli. C h i r o p r a c t i c can and will heln von, whether your condition is "kidney trouble" . or some otiier disorder -- it only you will resolve now lo give il a fair (rial. Your chiropractor Is rendy. Are you? mtw C H I R O P R A C T O R Phone 1034 222 Greclcy Bldg. Res. 1388W ol Xci-ding Hie 5.000 : loger Balmcr, Graham, Steven all be portrayed by the following n cm tars of Ihe primary division: Duanc Bohlcnder ot Ia Salle, Marly La veil, Russell Walker, Gary Johnson, Jerry Lewis. L'obby Duppcr. Terry Wonenbcig, Galen Tcleison 'and James Lesser, the.12 disciples; and ilcven Fruit, the One Happy Youngster. Group singing will be )y the p r i m a r y division. Musical reading Then Jesus Came, will be given by Klvina lupper of La Salle accompanied, by Joyce'Shablt ot MiHiken. As the scones of Christ 1 s Crucifixion arc shown by slides, Mrs. Glendoia Day vill sing They Ix:d Him Away. The church choir, under t lhe direction President Considers Farm Plan Worked Out by Ex-Gov. Thornton LOS ANGELES WJ -- The Times says Wednesday, that the Elsen- hower administration has under consideration a proposed program of f a r m relief outlined by extGov, Dan Thornton of Colorado after an 8-week tour of western stales., Thornton; close" friend of the f 1 resident and his personal farm policy adviser, covered f a r m areas west of the Mississippi and -presented his findings to top Washington officials, the Times says. The program, it adds, is based on the principle of flexible price supports. It envisages a bipartisan policy; a survey of stored surplus cereals to .determine the amount (it for h u m a n consumption, fit for animal consumption and unfit for either, with the latter to be dumped it sea, and establishment 'of world food bank for deposit of surplus cereals and fibers for use in foreign countries on an exchange or gift basis, -" The policy also would incorporate an expanded domestic program for improved ^health and dietary stand of Donald W. Hay n n d aeVompTrt-- ,ards;.new. standard for military cd by Mrs. Dale Bohtendcr of La b u y i n g of llveslock u n d e r whlch Salle, organist, will sing Christ I only carcasses' over - MO · pounds Arose. The Holy City scene will be'illuj'- :ratcd with a fluorescent chalk ilrawing by Mrs. Grace Schullz of Denver as Mrs. William Sabour'i sings Open the Gales. Trumpet t' 'o, composed of Hay, "Virgil Lorenz, and Bernard Walker, \vill play My Jesus 1 Love Thee. Vocal trio, Mrs. Ehrhardt, Mrs. Ivan Peterson and Mrs, Bill George, will sing The Nearer, the Sweeter. Church choir sing the Holy City in conclu- Huk leader Slain- MANILA t o - M u m I i i a d o CiuRvara, a i Huk outlaw leader, and two other Huks were killed Tuesday night by a Philippines Army patrol south of M a n i l a . One soldier died i n ' t h e fifilrt. would be purchased until .the glu of 1,300 and 1,400-pound steers;i absorbed, and a temporary emer gency program 16 relieve the*live slock industry, .'operating wilnou subsidies and forced to feed hig priced grain. · '- · Thornton was quoted " a s sayin he found universal opposition .among .cattlemen to any "farm bank plan" unless f a r m l a n d taVen out of production was prevented from going into : grass for livestock growing. ' - ast of town, shortly after Christ as. help- . . Mrs. Birnard Sobc'ski is g at the .lied and While, while Mrs. itorst is convalescing from icr recent hospilalization. : eltis Convicled · D E N V E R Chancy, Kan., -- J. S. Fellis, and Denver oil- ran mm promoter, was convicted )y Dist. Judge 11. Joe Rawtinson Wednesday on charges he defrauded four Denver investors of $6,234. Feltis was- convicted of "actionable fraud"' against the four, and he court directed him to return :he "aclual'damages" suffered by hem. The judgment? were awarded Mrs. G. M u r r a y Edwards, $1,120; .Russell H. Jasper, $2,594; Waldo N. Peck, |l t 400, and R. W. Romig, $1,120. Judge Rawlinson held t h a t Feltis during October 1953 sold in the Denver residents interests in oil leases in Coffey courtly,. Kan., afl- Deliver Christmas Tree Demand Besl in'Years. DENVER Wl -- The Chrislmas Iree business in Denver is the best ."m seven years with d e m a n d - f a r exceeding supplies," Ed W. Chat- fin reported Wednesday. Chalfin, producer and shipper of Christmas trees, said "right now :here aren't 1,000 trees available in the city and they'll all be sold out by Christmas." Chaffin said, there would be "no burning of trees this year. BUI next year everybody will be j u m p ing into Chrislmas tree retailing because of all the money made this -year--so~ next year a lot o people will get 'took' and a lot ol trees will get burned." . Chaffin said he shipped 89 car loads containing 570,000 trees to 14 states. . " . ' Blocks-Slrike ; on Western Air Lines CHICAGO Ml -- The Nationa Raihvny Mediation Board Wcdncs day blocked a threatened pilots strike on Western Air Lines us negotiators strove lo get partie: er _thcy had been transferred i n | j n thc dispute together. Page 2 GREKLEY TRIBUNE Thursday, D«c. 22,1855 their entirety to a Kansas driller. In anolbcr case, Keltis is one of n i n e - o f f i c i a l s of Spanish Bar U r a n i u m Corp.,, charged by ihe Colorado Securities Commission with f r a u d u l e n t pracUces and in- noon Jn Chicago. solvency. Judge William A. Black I C o m p a n y reprfiM ntativc S did not has entered an .injunction h a l t i n g 1 sale of the .firm's stock and disposal of any of its assets". The s t a t e charged the firm has falsely represented il owns mining interests near Central City, Colo., and that Johnstown... rich deposits . of u r a n i u m have been found.* The Air Line Pilots Assn. called a strike (or G a.m." Wedncs day but postponed it at the re- quc^jt of the board in hopes of a peace conference- Tuesday after- appear, and the union asked for release from the hoard's jurisdiction so that the pilots 'could strike as scheduled. , Gay ami Giity SWEATERS and SEPARATES Whal could be more welcome undtr htr ChrUtmn Treo thun lomethlng prelty » wear. Bound back to school... or looking for a soft, soft office-suit sweater? Either Is a smart rcnson to choose "Sweet n Lovely" Jantzcn Kharafleece slipon . . . styled w i t h sculp-knit collar nnd new "smooth-fashion" sleeve* detail for (he smoothest fit ever! In. colors dyed to match all your Janlzen skirls; 32-40, ·Patent Pending . $8.95 Women's Sportswear Depl. The Co. SPORTING GOODS "Fluff Stuff" angorn-collared s l i p o n ; "smooth-fashion" sleeve (palenl pending); 3240, $n.3S. . . "Sweater Skirt" d y e d - t o match; reveVses fvont-to-back for even wear; 8-18, $ll,ft5 922 8th Ave. Phone 614 JOHNSTOWN -- M r s . Steven Bishopp and Lawrence Bay Sampson are helping at the local post office.during the Christmas rush. jerry Lanl.sun, i(Hi-ftl-law Of the John Karlows, is now employed in Fort Collini at Ihe Coloradoan, the daily paper. : Jimmy Sybrandl, fourth grade sen of Mr. and M,rs. Lloyd Sybrandt, /ell from his bed Tuesday fracturing his s k u H - a n d cutting a gash In his chin/ He was taken to the Weld County hospital in Greeley where he remained, until Sunday. Mrs. EvereU PadEicW of Denver, former Johnstown resident, was in town Wednesday visiting friends; " ; ' : HN 2 Merrill Tregomng of "lathe, Kan., .arrived horn* 1 . Monday to spend th« holiday! with his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tregon- 1 Mr. 'and 'Mrs. I.ohren Beckman and ' f a m i l y " o f S a n t a Rosa, Calif., are here ; to spend* Christm. s at the homes of their .parents, Mr. and Mrs". "Will Beckmah 'and the C . E . Milners. ' . . ! : - · VFW and auxiliary entertained the'' children of Iheir members Tuesday night at the J and M club. Seventy-five yo-ingslers were present lo welcome Santa, who gave each child a plastic stocking filled with candy. . Doughnuts, '" coffee and . soft drinks were served to Ihe group. Dick Shultz. who is. teaching in Brunning, Neb,, has joined his 'wife in Johnstown for the Yule season. Mrs. ShullK (Darlene Sampson) has been, spending the past few weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Roscoe Sampson.. .FT 2 Byron Hooker, received his discharge from the navy al New Port, R. \., after lour years i,i tlie service. He Joined his wife, the former Beverly McCarthy and smalt daughter, Stephanie Lynn, Saturday in Johnstown. Hooker has enrolled at Colorado A M lor trie winter q u a r t e r . They will move to Fort Collins soon. · . Residents of Johnstown and the rural areas are all set for the judging of the Christmas ^n I door lighting contest. Final entries were made Wednesday by S p.m. The judging will be. done Friday night Dec. 23 by Ihree out of town judges. . * Nine cash prizes p u t - u p by Ihe Community club will be awarded. In the residential section, contest first prize, $15, lecond, $10, third', JT.50, fourth, and fiftt, $2.50. Frizes for the best store display will be $10 for firsl, |7.50 ior second, ?5 for third *nd |2.50 for fourth. Johnstown'i annual Christmas parly for the children of the c6m- munity will be given Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the high school auditorium, according to Sheldon Brooks, general chairman. This party is sponsored each year by the Community club. There will be a - m o t i o n picture and Santa Claus witl pas? out tread. Otter members on'.the committee are Edgar Sloan, Wallace Leb- tack, Neil Malone, Jim'Bailey ind Don Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Jordanger Colo. Pioneer Dies COLORADO SPRINGS Ifl -D a i r y m a n Melvin M. Sinton, 93, one of Colorado's pioneers, antl long a civic leader, died Wednesday. . Sinlon c a m e lo Colorado in 1880 from his n a t i v e Brant, N. Y. He was an El Paso county commissioner when the present courthouse was credited with' eslaWishing'liic Pioneer Museum here. profit, Cars' Leather Use .. FLINT,' Micti'^ The nation's au : lomobile.industry uses about 65 per cent of flll the. upholstery leather produced in" the.United Slates. CHRISTMAS OFFER The PFAFF EconbmVlMf I 6 ' WHk TJti Magfe Zig-Zog SWeWr uwiig al a unialranaBy lo* pit*] Wilh t Magic Ztg-JCflf SlikKw ytv tmn i»k* 1»xnrfev* latin-iUlch «nboWtry trim, evirceil, appKqji, r.aku buMojitvsUi-- plui popular fancy ililtktit Arc* tht/i* i« taiy l« Jo-- j«il »r' th« tervirl ·T yei-r Magic Zifl'2og Sirttri»r «nd HW! BIGGEST BARGAIN IN TOWN! PFAFF · SEWING and FABRIC CENTER '814 8th "Ave. Meat packers must sell $10 worth of products lo earn four cents in Agriculture figures based OlUC' Y O U R OATli RECEIPTS Total Entitlet You to $1.00 in Trade FREE! 1~ HOUR MARTIN1ZING "The .Most in Dry Cleaning" 1527 8th Ave. GIFT SUBSCRIPTION GREELEY TRIBUNE J lift an good ft ,a call from,- , home.'. OUT OF STATE 1 Month 6 Months 1 Y».r . $ 1.00 $12.00 * 1.00 $12.00 SERVICEMEN ANYWHERE: An attractive gift announctimnt card will b« maitod to rtach your frtomls at Christmaa tint*. · Revert Wflra -- a gift thai '»ndi/T«l Built for years of cook- mg perfection, k itayi bright orxi shTniny -- a joy forevftr Thick copper bottoms m*an fait, even heat. · Rever* Ware sovei Hmo aw! fuel, preservei food vitarnfni end cofori. There'i a Revere Wore uttniil far every kitchen ABBETT ELECTRIC 915 16th St. Special: 8-pc. Ekcoware Kitchen Tool Set - - White they Last! 2.99 l^TOYS ^_Roti$seriw 50% Off Steam Irons-Reg. 17.95-12.88 . . . $21,496.84 In Merchai?diM We've Got To S«l! To Win A Trip To Mexico. So, we're sacrificing cash to give you the largest trades we've ever offered!! REFRIGERATORS . . .FREEZERS , . . ELECTRIC R A W S E S . . CAS RANGES .. .KITCHEN SINKS We're Out To Win -- Trade'.Now" -- First'Payment In February, 1956 ; . ' . . · MO N G O LD r S 816 7th St.-Terms-Trades-Dlscounts

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