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6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, D«i. !!, 1950 Directory of Weld n l y school la used Services »r* undav unless otherwise tiuted 'P la for Y v u l h or Y o u n g H«ople pec ml church n«w» should be to !ie T r i b u n e otflc* by We4netV)») t I p m for p u b l i c a t i o n Friday U. ··met* n and 7 -3D Aaumhle* dr Oh**, SpmiUh col nly School, lo. Kervtfea 7 - J y ·1 L. M a l e j School, t IB: i*trv' cf! 11-00 and 7 -41. A»rMbly ut (1«4, Spanish, 921 3 Fidel M»rtln»i School 10; erv CM 1:10 ih Ave. 10th. J ' L. Maine*' ciuol. V 4 6 . services, n -OU and ·15 AkNfialilr of Uu4. A u r v n Jrru- · I* MI. "J21 21il A v e , Frank Tre- ·inu. services. 10:00. 7:30. Itrthrl HMlUt, I T t n A v e A l l e c Ber» Gilbert. S c h o o l , 9HS; erv e«i. 11:00 and 7:30. YP, 1:30. RIM* MlMhtHiirr. 41 1 t * t h A V * V a l t e r R. Mallard School, 9:46 erv c«. I t and T M I : YP 7:00 Him* fir search O»|tr. 11 M 4th t v ».. Joitpb M. Dau»h«rt,v chool, 10:00: ··rvlcta. 11 and :45 CMtvitrj Kiiiitl.it. llth Av*.. Oth. Wtrren L. Norton. School. :«Kaervlces. I 0 : 4 b and 7:«; fp. :00. Chan* ot CbrUt. 915 18th Av« 21arenc* W l m r t o n School. 8:45. *rv ces, 10:45 and 6:00. Chnrvk ot ChrUt, U2S 0th. chool. 10:00; i«rvlces 11:00 and :00. Chiirrh ot Cud. 1501 6th St.. ,yje Amos. School, 9:30, lerv CM. 1 1 H n d 7-30: VP. «:30 Cburrli ot Uud (Hrn tret-mini f rd A v f . - I 5 t h . Floyd Francla chool 10:00; service 11:00 and :45 Church ut Cud tn l'hrl»t, 600 th Ave., H C. Carter School :3l); nervlces 11 :00 ant) 8:00 Churrh ut i'.nd ut Prophecy, lat Av«.-7th St. lid., W W Pet- yjohn. School, 10:00: itrvlcti, 1 -00 and 7:80 Churrh or Je«m ChrUi oi Later |MJ *nlMla, 3207 23rd A vs., ililiop Glen S. GRRDIK Prtfct- ood, 9:00; tchool. 10:30; Btcra- lent. (;00. ErBatKel Temple, 8th Ave-21it, iannetli George. School, 9:45; ervices 11:00 and 7:30 E vaulted ml United Hretkrra, :th Ave. -12th, Pant H. Woelfle. ctiool. 9:45; atrvlcei, 10;4t and :30. Klr»t Haptlat, 10th Ava.-llth. DHvor W. Ilrock. School, MB: erv cea, 1 1.00. Pint ChrUtlnn, 23rd Ave., 13th, L. L. Howen. School, 1:30. eerv- CCB. 10:3U. Pint Ghurck nf dtr.it Sclea- IK!, 10th Ava.-16th, church and chool 11:00 Hrat C h u r c h nf Giul, Srd Av*.- 2th. A. Earl Ogl«. School, 9:45; lervices, 10:45 and 7:00; VP, 6:00 Pint CnnxreKatlonat, The Unll- ed CkHri'U of Uhrl.it. 21sl Av«. Glh, Frederick W Hyalop. School, 9:!iO mid 11:00; service)!, 9:30 and, 11:00 rirai Cnvftinnl, l O t n Avt.-Sth. C. Cecil OsierberR. School. 8:46; ·orvicti, 11:00 and 7:00. Firm BvmiKeltcal Free, I3lh Ave.-l 5th, Robert C. D i l l o n , School, 3:45; services, 11:00 and 7:30, VP, 6:00. First Met hud Int. 10th Ave.-lOlh, Dr. Laird LoveJand, School. »:3P: Services. t:Jl and 10:45. Fir.! .Vi./.m-rue, l l t h Ave.-9lh, enrge Cargill. tichool, 9 : 4 5 ; serv- ces, 10:45 a n d 7:00; YP. 6:16. Pint I tilled Prcsbyt*rU.i, sttl Ue.-Mth, Dr. Arnold W. Lang- nberg. School, 3:15; service. 0:30. Flrnt Sou I hern Boutin t, 9th Ive.-SiUIi, School,. ;45; sarvlceF, 1:00 and 7:30; YP, 6:30. Pint 3pnnla.Ii Internatlonttt 'cBteuoatal. Spanish colonv, west jreeley, Manuel Galltgos School. 0:00; lei-vices, 2:30 and 7:30. (···raquare (loapel, l l t n Ave.- til", John Metzler. School, 9:45- trvfces, 11:00 and 7:3U, YP. 6:30. Pf«» Matkudlat, 7th Avt.-14ttt, ^atoct A, Ktrby. School, ):; erjgfiees. 11:00 and 7:30. YP. 7:00 fley Bnptl*1 Temple, 14th Lh, Frank Teal. School, aervices, 1J and 7:4a; YP, (irihtle? ChrUtlnn, 1101 8th Lre*,t, N o r m a n Downs. B l b J f tudfj 10:00, itrvlcei 11:00 and ! JMnvih'H W ti ^.Qti. Ntwell. 3:00. Iia^anuel Lutheraa, 1865 14th AviTS Dr. Harold R. K a n d b e r p SdjUjQ, 9:t6; service, 11:00. tltMarchle M o r i n n . school y-i'j ei^rljitB. 11:00. 7:00 and 3:00 ?ri}: 35th Ave. and 12th St Ro^tf; Gerald D. Meyer. School Biftrj/jervicei, 10:30 Oirt Lady of t'»c« Caihiiilv. 4Eji^ Ave.-3rd, Louli Eilrada Majj^8:00. 11:00 and 7:00. in4;lH:00 IMIInr ot K(re, !:h A-.* - l a t h William Fortune. School Vt-'id services 11:00. 3:00 ar.-I 7:30 Reformed Pre*bjter]m*, i o t O Ave. 15th, Haym-ind P. J'.s^Dr, School, 9:Bb; services, il:';'j a n « 7:30: YP. 6:30. RrnrKanfxed C h u r r h of J r t m Carls! of L.O.3., DAV hall, Bob \ Anderson: School. 10:00; service* i :00 SnlvntloH A r m y , 1030 lOtn Capl. R Beaver: School 9-4Ji service*. 11:00 and 8:00; YP. 6:30 Seventh* Da ? A d v r n t U t a , 21 nt Ave.- 10th, Elder Dale C. A a i 30 rg Saturday, school, V;30; services. 11:00 St. John'* Lalhcrnn, 4Ui Ave · llth, Dr. SL Schoenhkar School 9:30: (service*. 10:30. YP. 7:3U r Aluminum . , . 1 1 STORM DOORS 1 } WINDOWS f ItLIFTONSl ( HOME SERVICE 352-6006 _ 1 Churches AvV.iRr.'\ : T i ^srs^r 8.M: i.rvic,,. U..JQ. f.'SH .M «(. »lrr- OUullv. Sth A v « l l t h KuLer. Nsv.ns Masse.. 7:0«. M i 1 'SI) II IPO «nd 5 (5 A ; . W i l l i a m Ksltlj*' S c l i o o ' ' l . ri * l 'y t|tl*rMr»l. Sth Ave l l t h Lharlck V V u u n g St-hyol 1 15 irrvlcei. I-3H » - l i a n d l l UB 16th. Lrle B Mue'ii cr ji ch o" |:6(l. irrvlcti 1:30 and II 00; TP M""^"^"'!?;"".,,' 1 ^*:^ 10:OH. .«rvlc«a. 11:00 and 7:JU: Ir. 6 45. AuH Karat Bniiilat, W I' MrPn r» School. 10-00. ivrvicea* i 1 00 .Vlrai ChrlatlxM. J o W h a n c f i School. 9:45. tervicea 10 45. L'YK 1 nltr«l Churrh of Chrlnt, . V l l l . i i r 11 DaviBt-oii School. 9:4 »i*rv lo*a. 11-00 Flral LutarriiM, A r t h u r A n d e r ·on. School. 9:Sfl; *ervifo. 11:0.' UH|ttlit. Donald slack. S,-hon| 10:00. services, 11 :0y, 8:00. VP 7;00 CuaitmiiilluMiil. O r t r u d c Hun Jtrvlcei. t'30 Catwi A l « r r Manorial M r l h u . l U i . Paul K Holland. School, a 45 ·ervlcei, 11 -00. f a r la l Amirlrn» Lutlit-rnn, An on ^85* r 'i t i»; School y-iii aerv ' Kenedy School, y - 5 «ervi*-H I ' l H I . YP, 7'OU K v *HKrllmi Kr*e, Uellov Una iu st. Hrhaol. 10-QO: service* 1 1 p t)(- ft 7:30 Virmt HuptUt, I-Jlmer P H l m e i ·jChool. 9:4o, tier vices 1 1 -»Q am "'oiiratiHiirr, Jerry ticarbrwuBh School. 9:45: services 10-4S 7 : 4 6 Evans Mrtkoillat, / t h and Km [lire, Donald J Fort School, 10 no service, 11 :00 Harvest l l i u r 1 nl.f r-« U rlf, u th James A Uangley bchool 0:00: lervtrei 11 7 '45 Fort Upton Flrat Bnpilat, J l' Forsander r School, 9:46. aervicea 10 -4 5 YP. 6-30 PIrat MrlhtKlIwi, Ueii« D. lei ten School. 9 - 4 5 ; services 11 -Of) Y P 7:UO St. Andrevi'a ttpiai'opm, Uric Smith C o m m u n i o n , /:36; school 9:30. aer"lces. 11 -00. GalUon Kniitfat, Ruiaell K 1 n c h « r. School, 10:00, services, 1 1 -00 7:00. YP 6:30 C o m i u i i n l t j , Lowell Howard. School. 1U:00; services. 11:00; VI 1 7:30. Grcvtr igforTM""'" u ' nrudt H o r n /Inn L u t l i e r H n , H H. .Miller School, 9:45. services, 10:, 6. Hudson iAaaewihlj ol Uutf, Warren Hall School. U - 4 5 . sorvicei. U ft 7 ; 4 S St. landurea Cnlawlle, Leonard Abercromhle Waai. 11:00 Jnnira MrmorliU M e t k u d U l , Jo- 'epli Allen School 10-00- aerv- cen.- 11:00; M Y K 6:00 Grnre Lutkernn, A r m i n Stolp. School, 10:00: services. 11:00. Johnstown EvHBKclluui Vailed firearm, ames R. B r u e n i n g Kchool. 9:45- services, 11:00: YP. 7:30 Fnltti Lnthcrnn Uhnn-h 111*, aourl Srnud, H. J Patten. Schoo , 9:30; ser\ ices. 10:30. Firat Hiiiutat. R A. C o l t n n School. 10:UO; services 11-00 7:00 M e t h u d 1 R t, Joseph Eaton. School, 9:45; services, 11:00. M Y F 7:00. Cnmrnunliy neth*i(llnt, M e l v l n Sudderth. School, 10:00 services II :00; YP. 7:00 Hoi- F a m i l y C u i h u l t r , Leonard Abercrombie. Mass, 9:00 ANaembly ot God, Lloyd Hockwell Flrat llMptlat. W i l l i a m Peterson. La fell* »*l rat A a R p i n l i l y W | (;«d. Knbe.n A. Paul School. 10:00: services 1 1 :00 and 7 - 4 5 Flrat H n p i i H l , F. H. K u c n E School. 10:01) services. 11 A 7:3tf Flnit I're?«b t*rlnn, br R a l p h D. Kvans. School, 9 : 4 5 ; service" 11:00; yp. Milliken Congreniitluniil, A . S c h i l l e r Scliol, 9:45; services 10:1* A 2:3U TP, 7:00. and f o u r t h . Y p Nunn Flr*( t'rp*hvtcrtan, Rjphard C fjayley School, 10:00; services 11:00. Fouraiiuarr, Dan J e n S « n School, 9 : 4 - , ; services, 11:00 7:30. Plattevillt V r t h f l f U n i . h o n a l d R. Wagcck Scliool. i ' 4 a ; services, 11:00; 7P St. Joli.r. l.uil.iTim, WUcons n Syuofl, W a l t e r K t l f r r i n s School '3i; eervtce*. 10:30 St. Mi-holita i;nlloltc, Herher 1.. t t a n i g n n C h u r c h , a:00; Mae Holy iJajs. 6 : l b Windsor A M H o m t r l j of uud. (V. Jt. Sutler ScJiwil, 3:45; dcrvices. 10:fiO, 7:0 Si 7 - 4 6 l i p t h r l Amrrlcnn liiithrrnn D n a n (lulib'tom. School 10:00 services 1 1 :0f. i;iirl*llin. I t l n t i H i ' l L, H n u g l i School. KJ t)0; sftrvices. M :00 4 7:00. VP Fanictllcal CiinKrcvMtlniifll. H Ke.-kcr !* 4S «choo1 10:4t 4 1:00 rirai M p t h n d l a t , F r n n H u (inn ter 9 - 4 6 ichn»i 11 00 7 '00. T H St. Altmit'a KpUrtipnl, Charlp V Y o u n R ft Fr«d r K\n K : 10:00 nrhrml. 1 1 - 0 0 .^^aJ'S.t^l^'N^S^iit^^i^OM^^^Sj^iil^^^SiX**. You Name I t . . . We'll Make It! Bring Your Christmas Problems To Us Christmas Gift Suggestions · Basketball Backstops · Bulletin Boards Beydler Cabinet Shop Mel nr Frroslv -MOB Sth Ave. 35.3-2.158 · Presbyteric Program S Dr. Arnold W. I -angeulwrg. pastor of th« First I'uited Presbyterian Church, wil] issue a "Call to Miuic" as his message at the 10:30 a.m.. worship service. Sunday. The 115 v o i c e s of t h e church's three choirs \\ill then present a service of Christinas music. Mrs. Nurval Hinds will direct the Senior Choir and Yrs. Langenberg will direct the Junior and the Junior High Choirs. Harold Hamler and Mrs. W. L. Mon- Immanuel Luth. "Messiah" To Be Sung Sunday The 11 a.m., worship hour at Immanuel Lulhcrar Church will tie devoted laivly to the presentation of the entire Christmas portion ot (j. F. HanJel's "Messiah" oratorio. Cr.'iductor will be Curtis D. Sprenjer, chu.ch direc- or of choirs, and choral teacher n Greeley. Instrumental accompaniment will be on the organ by Mrs. Hosa Staddon of LoveLnd. Both Sprenger and Mrs. Staddon are Sraduatcs of the music division at Colorado State College. All the soloists are members ol the Immnnuel Choir, and include Mrs. Duane Hakanso:i, soprtno; Mrs, Thaine Y o u n g , contralto; Joan Mosbo, contralto; Sprenger, tenor; and Mcrvin Johnson, bass.' The choi.- hopes to establish a tradition of the "Messiah" in 1m- manual each Christmas' Season. The Rev. Haroltl It. Sandberg, paslor, will lead in the reading of the scripture lessons for the day, and n the prjvers. Church School will be held at 9:45 a.m. as usual. Special Christ Slated at First A service of Christmas music vill be presented in th« sanctu- iry of tlie Fini Christian Church, Suma;- at 7:30 p.,n. Participating organizations will be the Heath Junior Ilig; suing Orchestra conducted by Roscoe B-oth and he ch'irch's t\ o choirs, the Youth :horisters and the Chancel Choir, both directed by Ricnard Simon. Featured soKsls will be Mrs. r '-ed Tjardes, soprano: Mrs. Dan Wallace, organist: and Mrs. Richrd Simon, pianist After a choral introit and a can- lelight processinna'. by the choirs, Jivine Protection To Be Discussed At Science Church Availability of divine protec- ion and safety will be explained Sunday, at Christian Science ·hurch services. Highlighting the lesson-sermon entitled "God the Preserver of ·^ an" is the Golden Text from the Bible (II Timothy): ""he Lord shall deliver me from every evi work, and will preserve me unto lis heavenly kingt'om." One of the citations to be read 'rom "Science and Health with ·iey to the Scriptures" by Mary 3aker Eddy slates "The divine Uind that made man maintains His own image and likeness. ' These verses from Psalm 121 will also he read: "The Lord shall preserve thee fnm al! evil: He shall reserve Illy soul. The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore." His Own Back Yard LONG ISLAND, Kan. (AP)Boh Near has found profit in dirt near his home. In spreading the dirt with a bulldozer he found two $20 golc pieces, dated 1881 and 1891. Their value as collectors' items is estimated at $55 each. About the same time a neigh tor. Johnnie Kneubel. found $a gold coin in a load of dirt he had borrowed from Ncar's land. The dirt had been left whci JNcar tore down a house lo built a new one. Clues point to a couple who came Iw this community Iron England near the turn of the ccn Illiry. They built Ihr house which 'Near recently dismantled. St. J«h9'« l.iithprMH, w Han Zlnn L'nllrd Umrrh of ClirUt !·; R K M i c r l l r i B '.trail, ndiool 10.10 K n r l l l i h : "11:80. O r m n n T-.tV. V I ' Othtr Towns c«.rr f, mi,, ,,,,,,: H, M rarr SetlO'jI. 10:fln; nervlcns, 1 1 :(10. i;llcrr,t I n M M i t v I f y Hapmi ' K U o n HIe'ker ftU tfhon] 10-4 ifift 7-3fi C;ilt C h r l M t l n n . K e n n e t h A r U f r man. .-vhm,i. io-M. nervier, t anfl ?:^'t · llrrrt'tnl r o m m n i t t i y . G a r t r u d M':rn S"rv!rr5. 1 1 00 Kfrwi-i c«'iiituunlt). n r r t Moor* i P !. ni-fmnl I I 06 K 7-00 ( l l r M h r f n , I'nu! \ V o « l f l * Krhoo i PlfM-r l « m B n l i l l %lrtb««lli t ' a n l i: I t o l l j n ' l . STVICP. ):lt , ·( l.""l. I f i t. ; I ' r a l r l f 1,Mlfr. «*-rtrn(l, M u f n M i n n f o i t t m i m l f r H^thoill* % p r * l i p ) i . 1 1 .ffi A / » r c r p m h l « . M«ff, 7 :')fi. in Yule et Sunday sees will be organists for In* following musical numbers: "Choral Prelude" Morgan Senior Choir i "Hosanna" Gregor (Junior High Choir i "Carol Noel" Wilhousky 'Senior Choir) "Glory To God" . Mueller (Junior, Junior High, 'Senior Choiri "Under the Stars" Brown (Senior Choir) "Adore and Be Still" Gounod (Mrs. Robert Geiser, Soloist; Mrs. Gary Zick, Violinist I "Praise and Sing" Meander (Junior Choir) "Shepherds Awake" ... Davis (Senior Choir) 'Joy to the World" .. Handel (Senior Choir) At 4:00 p.m., Sunday, the church school will present a program on he theme: "The Birthday of the \'ing." The program will open with a call from the general superintendent of the Church School, Mervil Miller, Jr., to all children jnd youth of the church lo bring brward white gifts in honor of he- Birthday of Christ. The white Jifts will be given to the Home of Neighborly Service, Denver. Theme song of the program. The Birthday of the King" will « sung by the combined Junior and Junior High Choirs with Mrs. ^angenberg directing and Mrs. V. L. Moasees at the organ. Janet Lund and Hugh Nash Jr. arc soloists. All departments of the Church School will participate in the program. Departmental Superintendents are Mrs. Roy Schmidt, Mrs. Mel Kaiser, and Dr. and Mrs. Amos Claybaugh. Following the program, a fellowship hour will be held downstairs n the Fellowship Room. mas Music Christian he program of Christmas music /ill be as follows: Adagio and Allogro . . . Corelli Heath Junior High String Orchestra And the Glory of the Lord Handel Break Forth 0 Beauteous, Heavenly Light . . Bach Glory lo God Bortniansky God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen .. . arr. Pfohl The Chancel Choir Ges'i Bambino Yon Mrs. Fred Tjardes. soprano As Lately We watched 'Austrian Folk Carol 1 arr. Black The Chorisl'.rs and the Chancel Choir Christmas Fantasy arr'Kohlmann Mrs. Dan Wallace, rgan Mrs. Richard Simon, piano A Virgin Unspoiled . . Billings 0 Nightingale, Awake! (Swiss Folk Coral) . an-. Dickinson The Chancel Choir Concerto Grosso in D Minor Vitali Heath Junior High String Orch.estr? ilcdley of Ca.ols Hallelujah! Handel The Choristers and the Chance Choir The public is invited lo altend. Nazarene Choir To Sing Cantata Sunday Evening Choir of the First Church of the Nazarenc will sing ;i Chrislmas cantata at the Sunday evening service at 7 o'clock. The pastor and his wife, tin Rev. and Mrs. George 0. Cargill will hold open House lor a friends and members of the church at the parsonage. 1812 14th St., Thursday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, Christmas program of the chil dren of (he chur"h will be givet on Dec. 23 al 9:45 a.m. Caroling wil! follow Ihe Christmas eve serv ice and refreshme r s will b served afterwards. Other holiday events fnr the eon gregatlon include the adul Christmas partv a'. Ihe home o the Ken Coffey's, 1503 9lh SI when there wi'l be a While Eic !|ihanl gifl exchange, and th voulh Christmas parly at 111 LclanH Anglers'. 1902 7th Avc The young people will have PHOENIX. Ariz. (APl-Jeiir nctic Hanson of I'.'ilo AHo. Calif was en route lo Phoenix lo su prise her brother, Max Ma whoin she hadn't see.i in cigh years. 1 During a .stop at a I'nln Springs, Calif., restaurant rfi was having difficulty closing th trunk of her car. The motoris who went lo her aid was Ma May. who also was slopping at th Phoenix from a business trip. TOKYO -- Construction is un drrway on thr first Mormon chap r! ever lo he nuill in J.ip.in Olh ' c,-f. a j e in Ihe planning Mays n Okmau.i. Korea. Chi:ia, Tama " and the Philippines. Sermon Topics The subjec. 01 th ; scrmuu to be preached at the Reformed Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Raymond P. Joseph, pastor, is entitled: "You Must Be Born A^ain." Bible school convenes at 9:55 a.m. The youth group meets at 6:30 p m. Ai the evening worship service, at 7:30 p.m., the title of the sermon is: "The Glorious Church." Ovr Savior's A sermon, "The Chrislmas Miracle." will be preached b the Rev. Richard Bunge at Our Savior's Lutheran Church at both the 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services. At 8:25 a m., the Senior Choir will sing, "0 Come, 0, Come, Enunanu.1." They will sing the anthem at 8.30 a.m., 'Alleluia, Christ Is Born." A vio- in solo. "Cautique dc Noel." will )c played during the offertory by Mrs. Harvey Catchpole. At 11 a.m., the anthem win be sung by he Confirmatior and Junior Choirs and is entitled, "I Saw Three Ships." The quartet will sing solo parts with Allen, Linda, Sick, and Sherry Hertzka. Reception for new members at 11 a.m. The Luther League meets at he church al ' p.m. to go carol- ins. They will return to the church for suppT Wtlkyan Mtttttdiit Special Christmas services are .0 be observed Sunday at the Wesleyan M»thodist Church, 24th St. and 9th Avc. The sermon topic will be. "Christ !s Our Peace," M cached by the Rev. W. A. Haulman, paslor. The junior department of the Sunday school will jrcsent its annual Clristmas pro{ram Sunday morning In conncc- .Ion with the worship service of music. Morning service at 10 a.m. During the evening worship serv- ce at 7:30 p.m., the Wesleyan Youlh will present a Cantata Pageant of the Christmas story. The public is al"-ayj welcome. Mllllktn Pmbyttrian A guest speaker, the Rev. Paul I. Kimmel, Jr. of Troutdalc, Ore;on, will preach on the subject. Are You the One?" at Milliken resbyterian Church. Under the ireclion of Mrs. Char!;s Slroh, ic choir will sing portions of the hristmas cantata "The Music f Bethlehem," by Hollon, accom- anied by Mrs. Merle Warner al le organ. Firtt Congrtgational The Rev. Frederick W. Hyslop will preach a sermon entitled, What Is Christmas?" al bolh the 30 and 11 a.m. worship services n First Congregational Church The United Church of Christ). Church school convenes at botli inurs. At 9:30 a.m., there will be rehearsal of the Adult Choir who sing at 11 a.m. directed by oscph Himmcl. The anlhem is ntitled, "A Choral Hymn." by lenry G. Ley with Mrs. John ronin at tlie organ. The Youth hoir, directed by Allen Wort man, will sing an anthem entitled, Gloria in Excels! Deo," by Whitey accompanied by Mrs. George Andersen at Ihe orjan. Allen Vorlman will sing a solo. "Birth- ay of the King," by Ncidlingcr. Btttitl Baptist The Rev. Bert Gilbert will speak on "The Church and Its rfinlstries." al 11 a.m. nt Bolhe Baplist Church. The Jellicl Choir will present a cantata, "The Song of Christmas " directed by Ken Roberts. Firtt Christian During the 10::K) a.m. worship hour of First Chrislinn Church, he God and Country awards will e given. The sermon for the morning is "Chrisl Conies at Christmas." delivered by Ihe HPV. -eslie Bowers. Under Ihc direc- lion of Ri.'wd Simon, Ihc Chancel Choir wil! sing. "Glory lo God." by Bortniansky. Bible school, with classes for nil ages, convenes al 9:30 i.m. Firtt Methodist Dr. Laird V. I/ivuland has seeded the topic. "Are You Ready for Chrislmas?" at Ik First Meth- odisl Church al bolli services. Al the 8:15 a.m. service, the Crusader Choir will sing. "Silent Night," hy Giuber, will) Joyce Usel and Run Timothy singing the solo p.-.rls. The Ati'ill Choir wil sing the anlhem. "Praise Ye Iho I/rd of Hosts," by Saint-Sacns at Ihc 10:50 a in. service. Both choirs are under the dircrtinn of Mrs James Bornemeicr and Mrs, John R. P.' Wheeler, arcnmpanirrl hy Mrs. K. D. Miller a' lhc orqan New members will he rrrcivfd a the second pervice. First Evangelical Fre« The !!·;. licilierl C. I)i lun. pa* lot. will speak at the 11 a.m wnrshin service Sunday at lh First Kvangelic.il Free Chinch nr Ihe snbjocl, ".Inhn Prepares lh W;iy.' Hiblf school ^onvenc-s a fi-45 n.m. and thrr youlh jiroup 1 meet nt S:I5 p.m. Al 7-.TO p m . 5 Ihc choir will present -i Chr i! : mas music concer' under MK- di rcctinn nf Ihe Hrv. Kd Grtibcr. , Firtt Beptitt "The Prince of 1'03,-c. ' will K Ihc topic of Ihe sermon to In ·reached hy the Itov. Oliver W · Itrock al Iho 11 am. service a · Kirsl Itaplisl rhiirch. The Sane u · ary nnd Youth Choirs will Mns "And There Were Shepherd." hi njWilson. "Whilr Shepherds W.ilrli !eri." hy Vinrenl will b« sung h. Mrs. Jaime Giggy will direct the Ktrwy Community Church c h o i r in its presentation of a IdUldul, .% 1 g fl I 01 versey Community C h u r c h ^'ery^ne ts invited to hear the modeled church sanctuary. Ault Congregc To Give Chris Senior Choir and Pilgrim Choir of the Ault Congregational L'huich i United church of Christ) will present an hour long Christmas choral concert Sun- Sacred Cantata To Be Sung at First Covenant Sacred Clirislmas Cantata 'Night of Miracles," by Jolm W. Mcrson will be presented by the choir of the First Covenant Church nexl Sunday evening he- ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The choir Is directed hy Ruben lernandez. Accompanists will be Mrs. Harold Croissant t the or;an and Mrs. Eugene Swanson at he piano. Soloists will be Miss Joanne Green and Mrs. Rodney Jchnson, sopranos; Ray Duel! and Don Undstrom, tfnors; Eu;enc Swanson. baritorc, The nar- ·ator Is Rodney Johnson. The '.ev. C. Cecil Osterberg will speak iriefly on theme "The Miracu- ota Life." At ,he 11:00 o'clock worship service the theme of the sermon vill be. "A Day of Preparation." rhc choir will jjng. Following his worship hour Ihe sacrament of the Lord s Supper will be observed. Arrangements Mads For Jan. Meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses Organization;! arrangements lave been completed for the circuit convention of Jehovah's Witnesses Jan. 11-13 at Ilie SI. Vrain Memorial Building in Lougmont. According to the local presiding minister, Leo Newell, most of the Greeley congregation , lo- jelher with 14 other congregations n Colorado Circuit No. 1, will at:end. "We expect that the assembly will draw over 900 persons from northeastern Colorado to Longmont," he staled. Peler D'mura will IK the chairman for Ihe convention. D'Mura LS a special icpresentative of the Watchtover Bible and Tract Society of Brooklyn, N. Y., legu jody for Jehovah's Witnesses. Bible Class Worldwide "Tlie biggest Bible-reading class anywhere" was the Kansas Cily Star's description of the Thanks- giving-lo-Chris!mns Bible reading program sponsored by the American Bible Socicly. The program, which now is worldwide, traces its beginning lo a Marine overseas in World War 11 who suggested that he and his family at home read Ihc same Scripture verses on the samc day. Now bookmarks, listing suggested Bible readings fnr each day ol Advent are printed (or dislribu- tion round the world in Knglish Spani.sh. Korean, Japanese, Chinese. Thai, Portuguese. Greek Turkish. German, French, Dutcl and Arabic. The lliljle Society 4.V) Park Avc.. New York. N. Y.I also pub lishc'S "I'nlo You a S'tvinr" lo lit ·cad al Christmas lime. It is the story of the birth and childhooi of Jesus us told in llic Gospel o Luke. Kinc James version; print ed in small Ixioklcl form, in large type. These IwiikMs are distributee free al hospitals, homes foi tin aged, rescue missions, correction al institutions. YMCAs, YWCAs holeds. motels and on individtia request. They also arc published in Gcr man by the Hihlemission it "eulsch1a!id and in ,inp:mese. by he Japan Bible .Society. "Unto You Savior" also if used hy Hie "bigficst Bible-rcm ing class." us Ihe reading lor Christmas eve. lerds." by S.iliime wli! be phy« during Ihe Prelude: "Mary's Lullaby, f i n m " t h e Coming o Ihe KiiE." hy HuM: fnr Hio Ol f c r l o n ; ami "N'invTjrl Iho lle.-iv ens Sint." by Kounlz jnr the Post lude with Mrs. HrnryfHaali al Hit nfgan. Sunday s.choor'Hncn'!; n !i:4.1 a m.^r-hr .uimir.l Chrislma. program will he pm:cnlnl by Ihr Sunday whool ,-it T.'M p.m . di reeled by Mrs. Kennel h MiiRar and Mr:,, itcilwl Klolir. Ynnll (iniups mei't at 6 30 p m. Non members aie enrdiallv welcome Ault First °ongr»gational Tiic Kev. V.ilhur I t . I):'vjsMm n the First Gingrc^alion-'i CI: i r r l (1'nited Church nf ClirJMi »f Aul w i l l |«cfleh a sermon cnlillcd "The Glory nf the Ixiid." at lh( II a.m. service M i s . W l l h l i r l);iv i.'sim will jiiij!. "Maiv's I.ulla by." by r|i,l..y. Church schw eonvenne; ;i( 9.45 a rn_ Service To At Histori Annual Christinas caDdlelighl service at the historic Ryssby Church will be held Sunday evening. This ChiL-ch is one of the first lo be built by the Swedish immigrants in the Rocky Moun- itional Choir »tmas Program day at 7:00 p.m. j n (he church. Refreshments will be sen-ex) during j social hour immediately following Ihe concert for all who attend. The program is as follows: "The Annunciation" .... Clokey Men's Chorus "Gesu Bambino" Yon Senior Choir "0 Holy Night" . . Adam James Potter, soloist "Good King Wenceslas" . English carol "Ho Jeannetle" . fYtnch carol Pilgrim Choir "Gentle Little Jesus" .... Davis Quartet; Lynda Uhrich, Dannelle White. Daisy Johnson. Beverly Brees "Sing Gloria" Davis "Hesonet in Laudlbus" German carol melody Senior Choir "Belhlehem" Bowker Woman's Chorus 'A U Manila Nana" . . Luboff Mrs. Wilbur Davisson, soloist 'While Shepherds Watched ^ Their Flocks" . . . Williams 'Vcni'.e Adoramus Dominum" German carol Pilgrim Choir 'Joy to the World" piano-organ duel Mrs. Mclvin Geib. organist Mrs. Carrol Clary, pianist 'Christmas Tide" .. Bourdon Senior Choir Narrator will be James Mc- rector, Mrs. Car 1 Clary and Pilgrim Choir director, Mrs. Wil- jur Davisson. Youth for Christ To See Film Sat. Featured at the Greater Gr«- cy Youlh for Christ rally Saturday evening will be the Itev. Clayton R. Hurlbul of the Bible ,'hrislian Union. Brooklyn, New York. He will pre ont a film and ccture on the 1950 Communist Youlh Congress. Hev. Hurlbut ircscnted this program ai the "lenvcr Youlh lor Christ rally lost year. The rally begins al 7:30 ) m., at T21 21st Ft. The public is nvited. Political Science PALO ALTO. Calif. (AP)-Dip- omals may someday use clcc- ronic computers to gauge the wiling point of the world's Cas- Ito3 and Khrushchcvs. A Slandford University learn of Behavioral scicnlisls, led by po- llllcal scientist Robert C. North, already has tried predicting the reaction of world leaders through a program developed (or n com- niter. North and his co-workers ted into the school's Burroughs 220 computer a behavior analysis ul each leader's reactions lo past evenls and a rating of how intense thai rcaclion was. Tlie computer combines Ihe judgments of the different experts working independently of each other and produces a complicated numerical pattern. This pattern is plotted on a "fever chart"-- a gr,-iph that reveals the day-lo-da\ variations in inlernalionnl tensions. North says reactions to diplomatic moves could be predicted before the moves are made, with a degree of scientific arcu.-acy. by try-out plotting oi the inter uitinnal tension chart. Just Like Home MILTON, Ky. AP)-M.ij. Roger Poland, slalloned in England w i t h Ihc U. S. Air Force, bccaim homesick nflcr his first six monlhs. lie remedied the situation by laving friends here mail him some Kentucky hurley Inbacct seeds. Recently, he harvesleil ; rich crop of yellow loaf from his. garden. "It's just like luinic," I'nlanil wrote. "And there's no acicacr · o i i a yju . TOKYO-.Iapan is now Anslr.il Be Held c Church lam area. It in located 6'i milts southwest of Longmont. Many years ago the Lutber Leaguers of First LuUnran Church, Loogmon*. decided to sponsor a candlciight service at Ryssby in order to maintain some of the pioueer atmosphere and Swedish customs. Since that time it has been an annual highlight oi the Christmas Season. The young people decorate the little country church with evergreen boughs, candles and a large tree thai reaches from floor j ceiling. More than XW candles are used, and they provide the only light used at the service. To accommodate the many people who come, three services are planned at 4:30 p.m., 8 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. The message will be given by the Rev. Hubert Hanson, paslor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Icvelana. Lilurgist will be the Rev. Harry Myklebust, pastor of First Lutheran Church of Lonjmont. Reuben Ficdstrom of Longmont will read th« Clirislnut: Gospel n Ihe Swedish language. The First Lutheran Church Choir will irovide special music at the serv- ces. Mrs. Guy Peeler will servi as pianist. The entire congrega- ion participates by singing MV- eral Cliristmas carols. The public is invited to attend one of the services held at Rysiby his Christmas season. SAN FRANCISCO - The famed Sprecklcs mansion on Pacific \venue has been purchased by he Church of Jesus Christ of -alterday Saints. The stately old uiilding will be razed to mike vay for the construction ot a new chapel to serve mcmben of the Church In the downtown San Francisco area. Special guards in Tokyo subway stations have tlie job of shoving riders into the jampacked cars. BUSHEL GRAPEFRUIT 7%u^ Stop paying rldlculoua prlcei for grapefruit. Get bu. at 7}{o Ib., half bu. t l i g h t l y hlghtr. Wonderful Ruby R e d f r « m F l o r i d a , alto Texai. 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