Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 23, 1955 · Page 8
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GUEELEY TRIBUNE. Friday, Dec. 23, 1955 Fourth-Quarter Flurry Gives Wizard Victory WINDSOR -- A t e r r i f i c final 10 minutes hosted Windsor to a 62-52 non-conference basketball win over its. Halle Valley league rival College high Thursday night. League play does not start u n t i l Jan. 6 and (he g a m e does not count in the loop standings. The Wizards broke a 38-38 lie with two minutes lo no in the third q u a r t e r and then steadily padded their lead in the succeeding 10 m i n - u t e s of play. Actually, it was i frenzied fourth quarter t h a t saw W i n d s o r pi-sh in 21 points, more t h a n a third of its total, lhal decided t h e issue. Led by Jack Winter and Mclvin Martin shooting and rebounding ;and the salty floor work of stocky little Darrcl McNahl,, the Wind- · f o r club had pulled a w a y to 5342 lead ' before College high a|- -peared lo r e a l i z e - w h a t was happening to a t i g h t hall ^ainc. , Windsor led by a narow 41-38 ; margin at the end of Ihc Ibird quarter. lical 2-3 records for the season t h u s far. Windsor's next a c t i o n is in the Johnstown tourney Dec. 2829. The Wizards play Johnstown in the first round. Other first -ound lilt pits La Salic and Lafayette. The second n i g h t , winners, play winners and losers jilay losers. t'clLcRC hi,,h hosts Meat) Doc. -JO al Gnnter Hall. Windsor (47) Wartn.ck. I Wi nlcr i g M a r t i n , c Miirgtieiin. g McNMib. g . A mires, g ,,_-Welz, g f.j T H K ASmiATED TKESS Qn.aUeo i V i . ) C a r l k l M M T « « m t j ! q j f a U r o Marinci lOtV A i l . * SI. Maryi (MdJ 71 .(ehJmpkruhlp). ' . : . · , Akioji », ' B i l l SI tie ilrvi.t ») ( t h i r d ) , rurli l » U o i Cki-lil«*i Tom Mr? dtM.- *PI«liirrr (N. C.) 7«, E*»t ' Citoliai · T4 (ovrillmf. * - "· Eton in, Hlfh ro.nl- II. | .Mi.ih*Han 7 l [ fiemie .Wiihiriitof. M. CoflT.icllrul 90. N Y U H. J W»ke Korert M. UrJjch«m Ycuni B». Tulane- 41. Watfclniloa Stale St. . HHrul (FJt.l ». B/adl«jr "· (ftta .Slate 31 IViiMdflon. 73. i R d l i n a 12. lr«k« 79, i So'JLhein Meiod:il U, Wichita 67, M»"l!t tN* "' 73- Micllcb* «2. Southern CiUfiMnU «." Dm/nWlh SO. CoioiTdo A AM" "Co.oradp M". ' SI. *!·«· iCillf.) TO, Portland 6* (o* ' 'Crileo Slat* 6i. CoLI««e o* 1'ielHe H I G H SCHOOL B A S K K 1 1 J A U , H» TIIF. A S S O m i K D FRt.» Ci»rn« U, Fort CcllLci \4. LarAinie 46. Ada mi CKy «. EJII Denver 75. I'utblo Onlr*. M. I*mer M*nual 71, 'An/or.'3i. Aggies Surprise Buffaloes, Pull Upset Win, 60 to Totals 21 20 18 Collegt H l t h ( 5 2 ) Fg Ft Pf B . Schactcr, f 6 8 2 J . Schaetcr, f 3 2 . 3 Fg . 2 . 6 . 6 3 _ 0 _ 0 Then M a r t i n potted a j u m p shot - and duplicated it seconds later. :'.Reed Warniek hooked another and '.Winter followed wilh a turn-jump to ; m a k e it '49-40. College hish's Bill -Schaefcr, who had made Iwo free I 'throws, then hil from out. ' But Winter c a m e barreling in for a lay-up ami Martin hit iwo of four charity losses In make it 03,'42. Andrade closed the W momentarily by targeting three free ·throws - a n d a long one-handcr around McNabb's p a i r of free flips. Jerry Schaefer drew College high up to 51-49 wilh a push shot from 30 feet Warnick chugged in two from the foul lane and then iaid in a ' f i e l d goal to give a Id-point spread at 59-49 with just 1:15 lelt in the came. Bill jchaefcr hil a side shol and a free throw and Winter made ' ~ a tip-in lo finis 1 ! the scoring. College high had stayed in con tenlion until Ihe final quarter main ly on free throws, canning a lota ..ot 26 for the game. But Ihe Bull ·"tfo'ss couldn'l hil consistently frai out, couldn'l drive in- close weren't getting enough oE the bounds. The losers made only five goals - the first half to nine for Windsor ''and 'only eight the faster fccond half lo 12 for the Wizards. .- '-"Windsor's shooting got better and · beller as the game wenl along, ! 'with the fourth period the best at ; : more than' a 50 per cent clip. ; Bill Schaefer w'as Ihe only Bull; 'dog who was 'able' to dart into any '· 'openings at.Ihe side of the baskel ! or in the keyhole with consistency. ; He ended up wilh 21 points, nine ; of-them on f r e e throws. Andrade, · who also made nine charily losses,' '. "had 15 points. . · · : : I '. ^Windsor's scoring was very even; ly 1 balanced, with Winter't 18 high. · Winter, Martin and Warniek put ' u p a wall of flesh around both ", ^backboards that was difficult lo ; breach. And McN'abb, scurrying 1 'aboul on Ihe fringe, was getting '-.ple n iy of loose leather lhat ^.bounced out away from Ihe boards. '~$ Jerry and Bill Schaefer led the * College high rebounding, wilh An^ d r a d e also of help. ^ ·· The game gave both teams itlen- lluskey, c HRUCT, p Arwlrade. g -- Kckhartll. c Love, g Koehler, g ToLnls Windsor J2 College High . 1 _ 0 _ 3 - 0 _ 0 _ 0 13 17 13 College High B Rally Jumps Windsor B' Five WINDSOR -- Al Robinson paced he College high B learn to a 62-« win over Windsor B Thursday night n i hoop g a m e p r e l i m i n a r y lo Ihe varsily lilt between t h e iwo schools. Kobinson, t u r n i n g on Ihc heat in Ihe last half, ended u p - w i l h 22 joints: Dave Bcrcns wilh 18 and Sam Reichcrt with 15 were the bit- guns of the Windsor attack. Bull Schmidt added to the College high m a r g i n wilh 12 points; Bill Love anil Don Kelly had 8 each. CHS 'B' («) [Windsor 'B' (45) fl| fg ft 0 Kerens 6 '6 0 ; Kcichcrl .S 5 ·i'llergort 2 '0 O'.Kecner 1 0 O'AValker 0 2 oiScibcrt By THE ASSOCIATED P R E S S Skyliner Conference .'ba'skelball teams'turned-lcacher and student foi a ' ' simple . geography lesson Thursday nighl: Stay in your own back -yard. : The Icacher was Colorado. A4M. T h e - A g g i e s - dogged ·. Colorado's heels, most o f . t h e game af.Forl Collins., .before · Rich Gregory tappe'd In a rebound wilh fo.ur. seconds led for 1 a 60-58-decision :over the Big Seven. Conference team. The student was Brigham- Young. I I " absorbed an :86-80 -loss al Winston-Stilem, N. C., lo. Wake Forest's Demons. The night be- f o r e Ihc Cougars, No. 5 in Ihe lalesl Associated Press poll, bowed to North Carolina .Stale,. 95-81. Colorado AM needed a stirring rally in the f i n a l f o u r - m i n u t e s to hand its downstalo rkfll » third straight d e f e a t by a Skyline taun, Aflcr t r a i l i n g 56-51, the AgRles moved In front at SIl-M ,w l\vo baskels by Jack llrysnt, another Tiger Hockey Team " Rips hjichigan Slate COLORADO SriUKOS l.n - Vet- cran Don' llersark ami rookie John Andrews rldtllril MU'Wuan Slalc lo glvo Coloriulo College « 7-3 victory Thursday iiluM In Hie Tigers' 1955-56 Western Oklahoma To, See Films of Maryland Play Smith Allcs II. Schmidt L. Schmidl l.ove Free Ihrows miscd: W a r n i e k . Winter Z, M a r g h c i m 2, M c N a h h .1, Andres; I!. Scharfcr 5, Hllskey 2, Andrado 2. . Kelly Robinson Woodard ^ Dimmick l.e/ncr 2 0 Ski Conditions Are Very Good n High Hills DENVEll . - . -- Good to.very good conditions were reported "Thursday at most of the slate's major sk areas hy Ihc Colorado Ski Infor raation Genial. l.HUd new snow was reported b\ dcpttis ranging [com 27 lo 59 inche were said by the center to provic an adequate base (or extensive . 26 10| 16 13 ' Halflime: -College High B 23, Windsor B 26. · ' Free (hfowfl missed: B.'Schmidt, 2, Rohinstm , Dimmick 3, Loftier 2; Berens 2, Rcichcrl 8, Keener.2, Seiterl 2. ing. Tho center's report by areas: A r a p a h o c Basin -- Very good sV ing. No new:snow since- Sunda . t -JO inch packed base. Tows'will not Operate in area Christmas Day. Aspen -- Very good sking. All ifts operating through holidays. Berlhoud Pass -- Very good skiing:' No new snow but 35 inches packed base. Lodge Mill be'open Christmas Day but lows nil] not operate. tonnie..Knox May 1 Be' toady \-for Rose Bowl P A S A D E N A , Calif. Ml --It be- ins' t o - l o o k as If" UCLA halfback Ronnie Knox is going to tool cv- rjhody and be (it J a n . 2 when he Bruins take Ihe field -(gains Michigan State in the Rose Bowl 'Knox, the' team's best passe and punter, took part i n . T h u r s day's workout, throwing, runnin and culling back on a right ank! that was- Inclined-Nov.-.12. H connected with 1*. passes' befor one was dropped, but was not being rushed. Dr. Waller Scolt, his physician, came out lo observe. He s a w Ronnie get away 20.kicks -- Ihe first . kicking Knox has done since Ihe injury. Kon averaged .almost. 40 yards a Kci, but he wasn't giving the ball everything he had. Coach Red Sanders was in good spirits after the. ^orkout, but he m£y change his mind about no more scrimmages. pcj cue. ......--. -f, Glcnwood Springs -- Good to "1 may have one more, ]usl to very good skiing. Chair lilt a n d ' get fit Rtjuad in the pin);, San- rope tow operating daily including der fisid. Christmas and New Years days. MichicBn - State pared back lo one-a-asy wortnuts. Coach . D u f f y ' Z ' f NEW YORK U^--Baby Vast|tiez, ^'Mexico's lightweight. c h a m p r'llnbealen in 12 lights, is and ' " jjodcrdog against fast punching " Frankie H y f f o£ New York in a ^ Madison Square Garden 10-round; e'r Friday night. ~ : : Welterweight boxing champion '. Carmen Kasilio served 33 months C In the Marines. and Funerals -- Richards Mortuary VVIr.dior, Colo. LIN'D Jarry Charles Llnd ot 'Windsor. Survived by his p a r e n t s , Mr. and M r s . Willie Llnri or "Wir.dFnr; two brothers. AUer. and Bruce Lind. ftl hon^e; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs- Henry.Llnrt, Jr., of Wind- eor and ^^r. Charles Juhl ot Minneapolis, M i n n . ScrvliTts Saturday 2 p.m., Klcharrfs Chape*. Interment Lakeviev. Friends wishing to do so may make contributions to the Cancer 'und m lieu of (lowers. No new snow but firm base rang, ing from 10 lo 30 inches. Ireland Basin -- Good sldng. Areas will not operate Christmas Day. No new snow bul snow flurries at report time and sVi packed base ranging from 36 to 54 inches. Winter Park -- Good to : very good skiing. Area will not operate Christmas Day. No new snow but packed bare ranging from 23 lo 44 inches. Baker Mountain -- Very sood skiing. Area operating Saturday and Sunday this weekend, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nexl weekend. No new snow but 40 inch base.- Climax -- Good skiing. Area operating daily beginning F r i d a y nighl through Jan. 1. No new snow bul 69 inches of hard packed base. Cooper Hill -- Excellenl skiing. Lifts will not operate Christmas Day. No new snow bul adequate packed base. Hidden Valley -- ' N o tows operating until anticipated openiing Jan, Snow depths of 27 inches in Upper Hidden Valley and 15 inches in Lower Hidden Valley. The center said il received no reports on Grand Mesa, Monarch Pass, Stoner or Wolf Creek Pass. It said H is loo early lor cross country skiing at llahh : l E a r s Pass. ,, ., scrimmage Thursdnj- vould be the last. HVnsnAYi ncHTS SIN mANCJSCX) - Euarf Ckarln. 9£\^i Cjncinxitl. p'jTpaiBIrd Hob Albnxkt. 1lii. LM Arrflta 10- ST-XRTAXBCIiC. S. C. - Henry «'*WI C»ult. 117VS. Spartawbarp. wilpolnled Johnny O'Brifu, HT!p. Bonon, IS (lor U. S, tactarcvrirht tl!lf). U)S ANCELES -Tlml Barajai. lltu; Tijuana. oJtpoiakd Jo« -B«njca, I I I . Co- lan;tui. Ohio, 13- rt«uben SmLta. IK, boa ed O»» I.act, 111. C'olfir.bi:i, Ohio. N O R M A N , Okla. Vfi -- Oklahoma C o a c h - B u d Wilkinson is saving a big surprise lor his Orange Bowl bound football learn when it gels to Miami for practices^* look at motion piclures of Maryland In action. Wilkinson and nis s t a f f have been 'viewing and moaning, about the.terrific l i n e . p l a y ' o f . I h o ' T e r p s since they fir's! started r u n n i n g Ihe films. They all agree, lhal "Maryland is heller Ihan ever" and each lime Ihcy .lake another look, Ihe Torps still gel teller. The films came.lo the OU coach- nc slalf .in an exchange with .aryland. Oklahoma, the national lampion wilh a 29-game .winning re.ik'al slake, mcels third ranked laryland at Miami in the Orange n-.vl J n n , 2. Wilkinson said Thursday il was nough that his coaching staff had o.vspoil a Merry .Chrislmas hy ·alchirig Ihc second best defensive cam in- the- nation operate. He charitably decided 1 lo hold off hocking the 'Sooner squad because "1 don'l want them to worry oo m u c h until after the holidays." For the doubters, Wilkinson points lo.the huge Maryland tack- es, "The.two together are 73 pounds heavier than our tackles," Wilkinson noted as he pitied his poor forward wall. "They're 15-pounds a man heavier than our line." Becans'e of -Maryland's line. Wilr kinson has decided on concentral- ine; his practices on defense and hoping the Sooners offense will take care of itself. Wilkinson pointed out "everyone has moved the'ball against us. One reason we look so good in the slalislics is because we hold the hall a lot longer than our op- porienls. That won'l be true a g a i n s t .Maryland. We'll be lucky to have the ball half the time. There's no way lo d o m i n a t e Ihe ball game against M a r y l a n d . " Oklahoma led Ihe nation In rush- Ing and total offense Ihe past lea- son. 'If Maryland moves the ball against us like other teams this season, they may whack us good," he pessimistically noted. The nalion'i winningest-.coach goes to Ihe other side of the statistical fence and 'points out "nobody ever moves 'Ihe ball againsl M a r y l a n d . Von get shut oul or score one touchdown. They play a whale of a defensive game." giale llnckcy League home detail. Hersack tallied two goals and Andrews, a f r e s h m a n from Kl. W i l l i a m , Onl., added a goal and Ihree assists. The Tigers pumped live goals past goalie Boh McManus before Tech could manage a score. The Huskies'gol all three goals in the f i n a l period. Jack McManus s a n d - wiched a pair around a singleton by Lome Holden. Colorado College, in winning its third game .in five league contests, tallied three times in a span of 2 minlitcs, 18 seconds of the second period. Goalie Jeff Simus was credited with 18 saves and McManus w i t h The teams meet here again Friday night. ' · _ hy Gregory anil a.(Tee \hrow by ;li? 6-fotH-S sophomore (onvard who r lalev twned, in \he sme-. winning basVei. Colorado forward, Mel Corln\»n knotted Ihe'cowH wilh a pair of free throws, When (lary llibbard s horik shot limmeil (he hoop fov Uio Agsics, firegary was (here (o ram It Ihvough for the Hams fourth victory, in seven games. . Hrisbani Young led only once It. tho game -- at 5-1 - and Iriecl a . f u l i l e rally late ,sBaln s ' W lce I'oi-est. Then llllle J a c k i e Jilur- dock, who' had scored H points, canned six straight freo Ihrows lo pul the Cougars hopelessly In ar- renrs,· Munlock had a perfect 12- for-12 nlghl al Ihe free Ihrow line. John Benson, HYU forward, scored 26 polnls lor Ihe losers, who t r a i l e d »l h a l f l l m c . b y «-38 bul closed the gap to 18-73 wilh Ihree mlmilci lo BO. The loss was BYU's second. In eisht Barnes, Two Skyline learns see action Friday n i g h t , Wyoming (1-S) is »t. M i c h i g a n Slate and M n n l a n a (4-1) tangles with Whllworlh College al ' · , . ; ;W«ld, Bujiness Leidcrt wd Orgiiiizitiois 1310..On .Your/Dial :'.'.: ..';'· Beautiful ChrliitmJis ; Programs: F»r Your Liirtninf Pl»«turt ; Saturday-iRundayr-Monday , ' ; ; . " -.- Clip.Thi. AtUMtLACI QN , . ' . ; ' . . 'Your RADIO FO«- MflRINCi .? · Kalispell, Moni. - . c.ioraj. a-r real Moihray t S !· 1 """"I * Johnum I 1 ' » · » I S I u . h m I ; NkhoUo. I C M I C k i l M M n t 4 nra.nl I *»M- o r r l : n n p.m. , 1:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. J ; Q O p , n i . . 3 :6'5- p.m. ..... CHRISTMAS '"EVE-;/ ..-"_' · - ' ; -",;=.=', 11 Scunii. »f ehr'liimia^-Tht'^Th'rtt »im« " " '. ch.ma e 0 M Olllhbiid e 0 fro 6Acderwfl 1 *· J Alter* I -- ........ ....... - ....... - .-....-.. ". Admtis Slaying Al Montrose THE FIRST COVENANT CHURCH Announces Us CHRISTMAS SERVICES December 24, 11:00 P.M. Chrifttmas Worship ' D«c«mb«r 25, 10:30 A.M. Unified Service . . (Sunrfiy «eho«l and Worlhlp Combined) · W E I, C 0 M E ]0lh St. at jllh'.'Av*. . C. Cecil Osterbcrft, Pastor | Waldron Mortuary Eaton, Colondo Mrs. Corfl Bell Williams of Eaton. Wife of A n d r e w L. Williams. Slater of Mrs. Rea- trlre Alias of Yakimn, \\*asli., Mrs. M a r g a r e t Van Patten of Martinez, CaliL, and irc'. En.ma Aleiar.der of Concord, Calif, Services from Waldron Mortuary Chapel Friday at 2 p.m. Inlerm'er.t Evana Ceme-. terr. ' · Your Loving Sympathy expressed ' In beautiful CssVtt Florat Designs. ' FLOWERS BY "Clair Louise" J ' G R E E L E Y FLORAL W7 Wih St. Phone 9M Kii?' . V mfi-*~\'r 'J'*~\i*t^ f P £ ^i^s* = \ MONTROSE (fi -- Disl. Ally. Theodore L. Brooks said a 23-year- old miner confessed Thursday night he beat to death C. I,. (Doc) Gillian of Nucla with an automobile lie-rod on' a mountain road Wednesday. Brooks said FranV 0. Sharp admitted he killed Gilliall in an »r- gumcnl over a repair bill on Sharp's automobile. Sharp was arreslcd Wednesday at a trailer c a m p Ihree miles wesl of liravan, Colo., where he lived. The scene is ahoul 13 miles from where Gillian's body was found wilh Ihc head savagely beaten. .Gilliatt, about 50, was a widowed father of Iwo sons and a slepson. He operated a service slalion and garage al Nucla. · · ' The. dislrict attorney said Sharp confessed the slaying after more than 24 hours of intermittent questioning. USE ,THS T R I B U N E W*NT ; »DS First Christian Church wishes you Christmas Blessings Sat. 5:30 p.m. Christinas Vespers--a service · of Carols and Candles . Suri. 8:00 a.m v Christmas Worship for the family. Sermon: "The Greatest : . Present"--Rev. Jack V. Reeve. ' · - . - - ' . · ! , There will be no Church School at 9:30 a.m. and no 10:45 a.m. worship service on this Christmas.Sun- day. · " . ' . ' . ' . " ' - . ", N O T I C E The CamfieW Hole, and Our En.ire Staff Wish yoii a Merry Chriitlinas, hope that Santa-Glaus is real »ood to all of you-and may God help the sick, place good things to eat in their homes, make (heir children hapfu--and that the New Year will bring you continued happinest and a grand living. , _ _ _ _ __ The Crystal Dining Room-will be cipen all Christmas weekend for your pleasure, giving good food and service. .--....... ....--.., _.......------We will have Smorgasbord Friday, Dec. 23rd. We will serve Christmas Dinners Sunday. 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Ti.--Kirk Churth Ch'rl»tm«i. ; e«ni)l,ell8hl^ervlei- ' ' ELKS CALENDAR NOTE: THE CLUBHOOMS WILL BE CLOSED from 6;00 p.m. Dee. 24th (Chrl.tmai !*·) until Tueidoy, Dee. 27th, ot 8l30 p.m. , MONDAY, DEC. 26-- "Chriil.mai 10:00 o'.m, fo 1:00 p,m. (E|ki, «Jult m«m- btri of thtlr.lomillei and non-mident ^out«' jueiti.) . . WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28-- Lodgt Sesiion. SATURDAY, DEC. 31 -- New Y««r'» Evt Dunet 10:00.p.m. to 2:00 o ; m. (Member* only,. · · No gueiti) .. . . (Elks Blood Bank Donors Call 4000) 815 Tenth Sr, Phone 314 - i , Gigantic Special! . · . ·. i : 1,47 2.47 Sale--1 Day Only Saturday, Dec. 24th Reg. 1.98-5 Ib. Size 4 Reg. 2.98-5 Ib. Six* ^Chrl.iymailMu.tlft · · - . - ' . -P.ul/Mlcktli'oh-Chrlttmii'.l.tlli ; ::4 ».m.--Boyi T«wri Chelr . . - . . . - · . by P.etrie'*'P«trli-ln»u»ht»r Houi»; . . - ,. 7:00 ».m.--Ncvvl ; ; ' - . r . , - i ."V : i '-. · . ''. V:U'a!'m.--Chrlitmii - W i t h ' M « l a e i r l n « - . . ,. V :: r : . : . ' -by American irtrtlliter t-Chemleml Co., *»to« 7:10 a.m.--CantWtiiiry -Ch*»ru«' " ' · - . v " - - - . ; · · · - . 8:00 a.m.--N«wi - . " . ' ' " -. --. . . . . ' · ' · ' - . ' % -.'" " l;0fi)i.m.--^^Grtklty Revival. TlbirnttU' . ' - ' : * .1:30 a . m . -- K « n . G r i f f i n , Organ. . : ' ,'-\, - j ; . ·' ' ' - .. 4:4E a;m.^Ch'rlitfan'·ei«nc«'-iirvlet' · · ' . : , ' " ..9:00 aTm.--Goipe'l;Ha|f''.H»ur,i ' ; / . ·;'; .. _ ' · ' · ' ' ' , ' : . ' . . »:30 a.m.--H»ur-ef.ftt. t Fran«li -' ' '-' '.' '' ' '' 9:46 a.m.--Th« Itory-«f: 1h« N a t i v i t y . " - '· " ; · .: ·by Sunet Memorial 6ard«QS " ' , : . '.. : 10:-1S i.m.-rProtetttnt f Hour.: '·· i ' - - - . : ]0:45'a.ni.--Mintflvinl .Chr.litinit Carol! · . - · · " b y Stroh'»'C"ttleiinftr8 " ' . " ' " . " , 11:00 a ^ m . -- C o n f l r c g a t l D n a l - C h u r c h , ·irvitt., ' ; 1!:00 n.--Newi . . ' . - . . , . - .-· .: .'. :.·'"·'' .' ' ' '· ' ·· hy CoriRiimem. nil, Company.. .; . ··'. 13:15 p.m.--Why Tht Chlmti. Rang : ' -' · · '· ' ·- t · .- : '. ·· . -by Greeley'Elafato'r Co. · . _ ... . ': . - . -, li:30^p.m.--W««tmln»t«r Abbt/'Cholr -. ·.' : . . · ·; . . ,by..Home'Llgh't-Jb Power Company 1:0 p.m.--T«d Malont't.Chrtttmaf Pregram by .^Veld ICountyCourt Hpui* J 1:30 p.m.--^Handil'i ^Mutlih" ' ... , .-. '. . . . - · . . . by. L. J. Hesser i ;ETa.Luten*r'H»iiir: '.- . "4:30.-p.m.--Hour, o f ' C h a ^ m ..; : - ' ' ! ' - , ' ' ' ' . ' · '· · ' . 5: HO p . m . -- L u t h e r a n . Hftur ' - ·'" ' 5:30 p.m.--Medleini. Fights li« K l l k r i J \. :;· · · - . ·· ' , ' bj Weld. County Medical Society 5:45 p-m.-^The Chr|ateph*r-"Pregram · · . · (:0(, p.m.--Avt M a r V ' H c u i r ' · ' . - ' . . : - . 6:3fl .p.m. ; --Chrliimat M u i G c ·, · . - - - . - . · . . * 7:M7p.m.--Trinity-' Eplvee'pal J Chrlttme : lerytte. a S:00 p.m.--Chriitmat .Mui;le . V . .10:30'-p.m.--tlgn'bff ' . . · " " . ; · · ; · . ' ' ' " . - ' CHRISTMAS MONDAY '; 4:00 a . m . -- S i g n - O n -- C h r i e t n i a l - M u » l « ,. , - . - . . .·-5:00.i.m.--N*wi--.phrlttmte-Muile ,'. . · " ' ' "8:30-a.m.--Chrietm'ae Muele . ' ' . - . - . - . . 8:1X1 a . m . -- N e w e - - ' . - \ · · : . . - · · : ' · \ '' ' . by. Safeway, Storea * - 6:10'a.m:--VVeaihir, ' . ' · ..8:15-a.m.--Chrletmat'Muile · . : * - '. '· v - b y Albera Milling.Company · · i . 7:00.a.m,--Chrlitm** M u e l c :- - ' . ; · · ·; - . . - · : - . _ j - . 4 v . . b'y..VTeJd 'County .Llvei.toclt Commliston I.. .7:1K a.m.--^Lflcel and R i g T o n a j News . : . . ,. . ['. by .ChlaridR-HJirns FurnlturB C«. . .7:30 a.m.--The'.tfoimde ef Chrlttmie ' . ^ ' j \ A -by Auitln* A'Austin'A'tictiopeeri ' · 7:40'a.m.--Chrlifmai -Greetlnge t ' .- 8:00.a.m.--New« =. · ··· · _\- ' · - ' ' ! ' '. ' . i .by Bulter-Niit ,Coffe« ; - * ' . : . ' 8:15,a.m,--rChrletmi»lymn» and T h o u g h t ' F o r ihe ' . - ' . - - . . .by Adamson .Mortuary - . : - · - . . i 'SlSO'a.m.--Brighton. Ch.rla'trpii-8hew ' . . . , : .- .^ by,Brighton ; Merciiant8 ·-.-, : .. _ . . : S'45 a.m.--Ou%Hbmt .Tewn''Chriitmae-Pragranl-- ^ S i O O a.m.--ChrleYriiiie; Wilh GjdfrVy.'. ,' ' ' . ;. ' - - b y . i f i t h ' Stree't^Merchanll *. »:50 a.m.--,Maey'e:"Chrletiriae;-Grtetliig · ' . ' '.: . , .. ' by-Macy Mort'ua'ry ' . . . . . ..* . -by- Marliji'a \Garden. Center-' · . · IQvOO 'ai'm.^^SHvir !-bell«r^C)irlsim'ai. Program i : - · . / . by SilVer Dollar'MefchaBtl ; 10:30 a.m:--.Chrklrnae Grietinge '«'' · .' . -by.\Vcit.lth'.Street M«'rehinl« -10:45^a.m.--Chrletmae Gnetliioe . :by, 16th'.Street-Merchant! " ; , :. -Sui/.thepperV-v ' . ' . -;. , · . . -Chrlttmae M u i l e ; = ', '. :·' ' . ; '. 1Z:00 n.--Ntwe' , . . ' . - I . : '·'... ' ' '_' .-. -by .Consumer., OH Company,'; i.-' . . 11:10 p.nL--Chrlatmar'-Muele - '· ..' - ' " . . . , ' , - ' - ,:By Ellis'Jb Capp' · . - : l I Z : Z 5 p.m.--Wtalher ,--.«.. . · . ?, - . . · - . . , . ' - . - - . . . - . .-^ - by ; Th'«- Farr/Comparvy . . - , - ' ; - . , . . . - UVJO'-.p.Bl.^-Newl.and Irtte'rvley*!.. . . . . . . 1J:40 p.m.--Chrietmae MulTt ' ' . u · , .-'· : - by 3cnmidl-A|l«n- . " . ! · . - , . ' · ' : 1:00 p.'m.--Chrlitmae'.GrtetTngt' -J:M p.m.--iNewa - ' . . ' ^ - t ; ·' ,. ' .2:05. .p.m.--bhrlitma! G r i e t i n g e · ' - . , :. - - k -:'.4:.OO.p.rn.^Chr|timae-.Greetfng« ''·:'··-.; : ^ ,-.- ,*,. - '- . .-, . by A"merlcaii^ Sf.euritl»f. .Cornpaay b y 'Greeley.Gai Company · · ' _ ..-....»:_ '-·--'^- , Muile . . · ' Bay )i

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