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Sterling Defeats Wildcats, 40-20 A By PAUL MOLONEY ·j; .Tho'Slerling Tigers fulfilled'a' ?ij long dream and did It convincing ·:· · ly in defeating Ibe Greeley Wild [i{ cats, 40-40, Friday night at" GHS :·! For Ihe ·_ first time In seven · " years, Sterling scored n win over Ihe Wildcats. And in so doing, the Tigers capture, second place in I,, the Northern Conference football ' race with a 6-4 won-losl record. · 13-13. Auror'i nipped EngleVood, ; Greeley finishes' sixfh with a 4-4 record. ' ; · · ' · · '. Longmont defeated l.ovelanJ, Sa-0, Friday lo end Ihe Northern season unbeaten allhougli once tied, Boulder tied Fort Collins The YarJitkk GHS Fir it dtwnt 13 By rushing II By passing 0 . By penally 2 Nrt Yard» aalrwd Ul ^ By rushing 150 244 By passing 12 86 Yards losl 34 P»» I Completed 2 punh 2 Average 18.5 26. Fumbhn 1 Lost 1 Penallki 1 Yards penalized -- 5 4 Grxky Individual 'KutJting C Yd : Boolh 16 t Buller .-. 16 5 ' 'Calvin 10 ! Slander 2 Sitzman '.... 1 p.wt. ..·.:....:.-· A c Y4 Buller- 8 2 ! R*e*ivin( . ' C Yd Stencel l Slander .·;.'. , 1 Punlinf x No. Av Haggard 1 18 Kkk*ff Rrivrm No. Y Buller- 4 Boolh. 1 Slander 1 Brower : 1- I Deaths and Funerals Si Mares led the Slerling'al- ack by gaining -1S8 yards oh 20 arrics mosl of them on delayed ucks Into the-right side'of the ne.'·. ' ; : ·. ' · '" Tliis play gained 118 yards ; ahd t up every Sterling touchdown. ic play worked so effectively iut it looked like Mares was run- ng down a "turnpike." Pavinp le way for him were i68-poiinil uard John Kerker^and Theron Vic Rut and quarterback Gary runner each scored .two louch owns, and Mares and Larry For une gone one apce. C*« M KERRELT-i ' Mrs. Corn B. Terrell, Gree* l«y .NurnlBi^H6me.':Motx«r ot Wellington '· and Raymond .-Ferrell both .of Qreslty; Walter Ferrell'n( ·Casper, "Wyo'.i and Mrs, Molk Sleplienson of Hny- ward, 'C«llf, Also survived by''13 .-grandchildren and The thrilling runs of Ihe game, owevcr, were mado by Grec- ey's All-Nprlhern fullback Ricky Joolh. He returned a kickoff 80 ards for a,touchdown, And near w end of the game, he raced 33 ards on drav; play- Booth scored two touchdowns o complete his senior year with 30 poinls. The Slerling defense was keyed against him, and as' a resull, he gained only. 88 yards lulling on 16 carries. He did not carry in Ihc first quarter. He winds up his senior year with 226 rushes and 1318 yards. The first quarler went scoreless, iut Sterling took advantage ol a paiiially deflected Qreeley punt in Ihe,period to set up its lirst louchdown. · » Yard Kkk Ken Haggard's boot traveled only nine yards, arxf -Sterling gained possession of the ball on the Wildcat 18. The Tigers hit the line five limes yilh Riif smacking one yard,off-right guard for the touchdown. " ' Greeley foughl back on a 70- yard drive. It was climaxed by a beautifully executed keeper play. Butch Butler dashed around left end behind the blocking of Booth ami Larry Calvin,' going five yards for the TD. The kick for .the extra point was blocked. ······· · Sterling Ihen began ilsioffensive onslaught. A poor Greeley kickoff traveled only MTJHtS'tb the Tiger 40 and out-of-bounds.. Twice Mares'hit off the riglit;iI4*' and nelled 25 yards. A pasY'cbvered 16. Mares scored Ihe louchdown Tom six yards 6ul, and Gary Parker kicked his second extra point. The.Tigers led at the half, 14-6, and'Greeley was still very much in the ball game, ', '· Sc«re Quickly .Bui .the Tigers aggressive line third periodi' John Miller crashed M yard* for the 'first ope. One MUM run'covered I7'yird» »nd another 12. A put fran Brunber to Larry Gjllilaixl got 11 y'udf. Brunnrr scored from one yard out od'» sneak.'" · ' - '·'; , The same type of sequence led o the -other touchdown on a 41- yard drive. Sterling got the.ball whep * fourth down play fiited to click for .Greeley. - · "" ' Ruf hit a half yard off left tackle for the touchdown! . Greeley completed its scoring in.the.fourth period when..a .determined Booth c?ug two yards for the touchdown · on fourth down. Slerling riearlj had a great goal- line si and. ' ' · · . - . Larry Fortune scored Sterling's final louchdown on » 1-yard dive off righl guard. GAME HIGHLIGHTS -- Sterling made the best use of ils six pass completions. Each went for a firsl down at timely moments. The Sterling . pep club, so thrilled by the victory, sang Ihe school song while cluslered to gcther on the field after ihe, game. Greeley incurred'Ihree injuries. P«l« 4 GREELEY TRIBUNE S«t., Nov. 11, 1961 World's Fastest Pacer Set To Close Out Great Career ft? TID MIIIR pearanca. The otjwr eight;are.Ir- yin Paul, S«mpson Direct, 'Apmat. WESTBURY, f ; Y. (AP - \dios Butler btda joodby to ha ness r«cia«-'ltoaigbt »od if 'the Muncy Hanover, world'i fastest:pacer doesn't win Stephen Smith, Stormy Dream, Milford Hanover,''Doc Hobhs and A victory tonight for Ibe Butler Washington h« SSO 000 National Pacing Derby .would increase his career earn- alI^eUR»aywouidbeings to *W After thai he an astounding upset. ' vjill be retired to stud at the Fair VirtuaUy everyone' in th« sulky Chance Farm in set expects the S-year-vM horse to Court House, Ohio. clo*e out his career with '-fits 13th -- straight victory, his 37th in 50 _ . . . .' -- · ·;· start* and possibly another world V^OIOrQQO r r O S n record. He is the 1-lo-t choice in ·-.. . · * . -, ' the morning line, despite having I OKS A I T Booth had his I o n find mi: gelling left hand step- of Ihe game up. RUN COMES TO HALT -- Greeley's Butch Buller (10) is abruplly slopped after returning a kickoff to the Wildcat 40-yard 'line. Making the stop on the Wildcat quarterback is Sterling Vic Rut (21). Huf scored'two touchdowns in helping Sterling to a 40-20 victory over Greeley Friday .night at GHS. Tribune photo by Paul Moloney. Gary Brown suffered a hip injury, and Herman Libsack hail to leave with a re-injury to his hip; Bob Silzman, who suffered a knee sprain last weekend in the Fort Morgan game, was used sparingly, moslly as a pass receiver. Lineman Louie Doll did nol play'due lo a shoulder injury. M*« Gains 15*' Marcs 'wound up the game gaining 158 yards, on M carries. Besides his success running to the right side, he occasionally ran left and gained sizeable chunks of yards, loo. Slerling enjoyed virtually com- plelc success in rushing. Only one play went for a loss,"and all but six plays gained Iwo or more yards. Sterling' rushed 47 times. Greeley's Tom Anderson sifted through Sterling's line to administer the S-yaid loss. Bob Harms was a key defensive factor that aided Sterling's first louchdown. On successive plays lie knifed through from his line- backing position to nail Greeley's Calvin and Butler, Calvin to. a 5- yard loss and Butler for an 11- yard loss. This forced-Greeley w punt from iLs end zone, and the ball was deflected with Slerling ecoverihg on. Ihe 18. Starling --...» 14 » '-* GrxUy .' . . ' » · 7 7--1* ·ling scoring -- TDs: Vic (II, 1, off rig pproxlmately 10:10 p.m. EST -Halfback Dick Czarnola, returned Jay be as low as the legal 1-to- a kickoff: 88 yards to set up Air [ . . · · . . Force freshmen's .only t o u c h d o w n ·Driver Eddie' Col* wasn't too i/i a 144 loss to Colorado 1 s.year- dncerned about the post position ling football team. Friday., . As for trying '(or a world record . After Czanola's run m the third i the mile and one-quarter, race period, the young airmen, scored obb declared "I never try for a two plays Jaler on fullback Larry ecord " Nevertheless the Butler Tollstam's run from the 7. lias set world records the last two Colorado tallied' first with 68 jatiifdays at Hollywood Park in seconds .left in · the 1 half on quar- aiifornia. terback -Larry Ethridge's pass The , record for 1V .miles, is from -lhe.23 to end John Mc:31 1-5 held by O'Brien Hanover, McGuire, .who look it on the 10 of the nine : who faces Ibe and raced into Ihe corner of the Butler in his final competitive ap- end zone.. , , · . , ' . The. Baby Buffs made.it 14-0 in the third period on a . 60-yard march in 11 plays. Fullback Ben Howe of Muskegon, Mich., went over from the 5. . ColwaJo ..-.,.''..'. I 7 7 H Air Force I « I I 4 Colo --'McGuire 23 pass from Ethridge (Belt kick) Colo -- Howe. 5 run (Belt kick) AFA -- Tollstam 7 run (Toll- , HEAD-ON COLLISION '--"Sterling's'~ Si . Mares (11) and Greeley's Butch' Butler' (10) 'collide head-on on a play in Friday night's Northern Conference football game al GHS. Mares gained tour yards before being nailed by Buller, Repealedly Maf e's 'hit on a delayed buck.into, the'right side of Ihe line lo gain yardage for Sterling. He carried 20 times." for 158 yards and led'Sterling .to a 40-20 triumph. Tribune pholo by Paul Moloney. , . '· Broncos and Chargers Set For Clash DENVER (AP) -- San Diego's undefeated Chargers bulwarked slam ran) y one of pro foolball s biggesl defensive lines, play Denverls ofl- xaten Broncos at Bears Stadium Sunday in an American Foolball League'game expecled to allracl 14,000 faris; . · The kickoff is at 1:30 p.m. San' Diego is a : 4-touchdown fa vorile since its 37-0 conquest of the Denver learn at Ibe California city Iwo weeks ago. ' The Broncos.s'irice Ihen suffered a 55-14 defeat.-f.rom Hous|on;-butl Chicago al New York Coach Frank ,'Filchock said; his : team is primed for alb'ig"; effort USE THE TRIBUNE .WANT ADS against the. Chargers. '"'" San Diogos defensive 1^ erages more than 270 pounds 'wjtj] Ernie Ladd th'ejyg man at9; 317 pounds. 'Others are Bill Hudson, 277, Earl Faison,."256,,'arid! 'Ron 1 Nery, 244. ' ^"^ The Charter' secondaryJhV.'s picked .off 35 passes in nine games. · .- ' The. .California^',. attack fea ; | lures quarterback Jack Kemp, a fine passer,, and halfback Paul Ixnve, raled one of the best break-j away runners..in pro ball. , NHL, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Frkby'i RtiuKi No games ' SirurdiyVScMuh Chicago at'Montreal Del roil at Toronto Sunday's Sch*duh · Monlreal at Detroit Toronto at Boston '·22.|ret BrRnacnltdren. Ar- r«ni*menls Inter. HARTMAN D o r a . Ilirtinaii, fireeley Nursing home. Mother 'of Mrs. ; Elsie Stgllncer o[ Pierce; eight grandchildren, · 23 great-grandchildren, 32 gvfint-great-grand- chlldren. Services Tuesday p.m. lit Meyer Funeral Home, Council B l u f f s , Iowa. Interment Council Bluffs. MMHTS REEVES James N a l h a n Reeves of Pierce. Father of MrB. Lyle (Montrey) Kinnlson ot Pierc«, Mrs. James ( M a r y ) Rigss of Yakima, Wash., and Byron Reeves of Ely Nevada. Brother of Mra. Dolly Crosley and Mrs. 1 Nancy Crosley coin of Os- liorne, Kansas, Ben Reeves, of Eads, (Jeorge and Jess Reeve 1 both of Phoenix. Services 1:30 p.m. Tnes- dty from M«cys Eaton ChapeV THOMPSON" Mrs. Marv M. Thompson of 715 14th SI. Servires 1:30 P.M. Monday from Macs Drawing Room. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Ft. Morgan. Friends who wish may make me mortal donations to the Crippled Children's Society or the Arthritis Assn. VETTER MORTUAR Ft. Lupton MYERS Grace Y. of- Evanston "\Vyo-, formerly ot Ft. LUE ton. Wife of Lee C Myers; mother of Patricia Horne of Sun Francisco Calif, and Mrs. Virginia King oZ.Ft. Lupton. Sisle of Mrs. 'Dorothy Aubert o Corona D«ll Mar. Cnlif Miss Addle McNew of I.o e line and ^hook the ball loose '' om Butler o'n an attempted pilch 2 Hit. 'Bob Harms "recovered for ^ erling on Greeley's 18. ' Marcs hit off Ihe righl side Iwice ' move the 1 ball to Greeley's 5 b rom where Brunner scored on a [eepcr around right end. Booth's 'kickotf return for Ihe * ouchdown kept Greeley. in the ' ;ame, however. He got timely ' locks early on his run by Gary Irbwn and Butler. Near the end i f his run; he kept a zig-zag course o prevent being tackled. Butler ' an over the extra point. Br«ak Carnt Op*n Before the third period was end- d, Sterling scored two touch- owns to put Ihe game out . of each. A- fine rnixture of passing y Brunner 'and Ihe running of Mares enabled Sterling 'to drive Fairfield I Still Leads At Beaumont BEAUMONT, Tex) (AP) -- Don Fairfield, a cool customer from Casey, III., clutched a two-stroke edge at the halfway point in the flO.OOO Beaumont Invitational Golf Tournament Friday with a sleady one-under-par 70 end 36-hole aggregate of 136. Troubled vcilh par three holes all day, Fairfield finished strongly for a second sub-par effort to remain in front of Jay Mcbert of Miami, Fla., and Bob Itosburg af Portland, Ore., who chased him to a blislering 66 in Thursday's opening round. Hebert and Rosburg missed opportunities lo either Ik Fairfield or gain at least one stroke with substandard play on one hole. He bert reached No. 17 three under V4 off left lacklc); Gary Brunnerl 2 (III, 5, keeper around righl end; III, ), sneak); Si Mares (II, i,' off left tackle); Larry Fortune IV?', 1, off right guard). PATs: Gary Parker 4 (placekicks), Greeley scoring -- TDs: Butch c Butler (II, 5, keeper); Ricky Booth 2 (III, 90. kickoff return; IV. 2, off right guard). PATs: Butler 2 (runs). Reckoning DayLooms In NFL By ROBERT MOORE AMcltwl Pren Sports Wrifer Sunday may well be the day of 1 reckoning in both divisions of Ihe National Foolball League. Then again, it may merely set the slage for one of Ihe wildesl races down the home stretch the P^jod league has seen in years. Barring a complete reversal of form, the defending champion Detroit, UCLA Get Weekend ( · / T H E ASSOCIATED PMSi Detroit upset Villariova 20 B and UCLA gained a 28-7 over Texas Christian, during weekend pigskin openers Friday night. Sophomore Ron Bishop, stand- ng in for injured quarterback Jerry Gross, threw lasl-half touchdown passes of 19 and 35 yards I that broke a M lie at intermission and put a serious crimp in Villanova bowl hopes. Villanova finished .its season . with a 7-1 ( mark. Detroit is 5-2. Tailback Mike Haffner scored two of Ihe UCLA touchdowns, although senior Bob Smith also played a big part in the victor's offense. The Uclans had to come from l l ^ U l H ^ n 1 n fiTr!-OI14,-tf\t. r f o f i n i t a solid favorite over Indiana (1-5). la 7 The Buckeyes are ranked third gia nationally, · · g°e Mosl of the rest of the to'p Icn'ran also hold heavy favorite roles. Alabama, No. 2 with a 7-0 record, · isn't expecting too much trouble from Richmond .(4-4) and ourth-ranked Louisiana Slate 6- V plays North Carolina (4-2),' co- leader in Ihe Atlantic Coast Con- ercnce. Mississippi (6-1), upset .victim at the hands of LSU last week, and now. 'ranked seventh, tries tc rebound against little Chattanoo- Eig ea son Pi \v p ga, while Colorado, No. 8, , lakes ral Cincinnati Royals lou feri fin I. , No. 9 with a 6-1 mark goes against Tennessee and tenlh i Missouri (5-1-1) has .a Big dale with an Oklahoma cam that won its first of Ihe season last week. FIRST I CONGREGATIONAL 'i\ CHURCH The.United Church ol Christ . 16th Street »nd 21«l Avenut Warship it 9:30 and 11:00 "Miking My Steps- Secure" Rev. Dale Heckm«n lind a 7-0 first-quarter Tommy Crutcher scored from the for TCU. But the Uclans scored added two more TDs in the third point favorites over Baylor but Royals settled down and beat the as Texas halfback Jim Taxton Of course, if the Giants conquer the Eagles, the two teams would be lied. . Western Conference, Ihe ling Green Bay Packers 122-117 Over ; wice in the second quarter and C n l C Q Q O l O C K C T S The Texas Longhorns were 19 CINCINNATI (AP) -- After a seesaw first half, the Cincinati' Chicago Packers 122-117 Fri- warned, "Baylor is going to be so, high that if you touched them* :hey'd jump 10 feet oft thelcialkm (earns. Puejblo Central Wins Again for A Perfect Season PUEBLO (AP)-Pueblo.Central!] illicd for. two fourth' quarler louchdowns lo defeat Pueblo Centennial 28-14 Friday night "and its regular season u n - j beaten in 10 games. T h e u n d e f e a t e d campaign! 1 matched a similar performance by Central's .1939 learn. Halfback George Gutierrez ran [15 yards for Ihe lie-breaking touchdown with 9:10 left to play. Halfback Dennis Hagcman added the insurance TD on a 7-yarc FIRST COVENANT CHURCH - 10th Ave. at 8th St. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Worship "The Return to God" ·1:30 P.M. Gospel Hour "Our Reiponie to A£C!"' C. Cecil Osterberg, Pastor N u r s e r y care provided Church'Sehool'itSiM ind 11:60 -Have You Attended Yet? Bible Missionary Church 516 Fourteenth Ave. . EL £-1458 Rev. G. Harold Taylor Christian Science Church 15th St 'and 10th Ave. Sunday School--11 a.m. ' Service --.11 'a;m. Subject--Nov. 12. "MORTALS AND IMMORTALS" Wednesday Evening · Testimonial Meetings 8:00 p.m.. . This church is a branch of The Mother Church, The First -Church' ot Christ Scientist, in Boston, Mass. "How Christian Scitnct Meals" Radio · TV KFKA ' Chinrul I Sundays Sundays 8:45 a.m. 9:00 a.m. ground." Oscar Roberlson led Ihe scoring Texas lakes an overwhelming for Cincinnati with «..Leading the allack, averaging «1 yards a|Packers was .Walt Bellamy with game, and seven slraight victo-37.. . ries into the game. ] Celleg« Soccer Baylor (3-3), would like nothing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS belter than lo duplicate its show| Air Force I, Wyoming 0 (2 ovor- ing of 20 years ago when the un-.tjmes) dcrdog Bears rose up to knock' I --- - · · I L C A d b UtlL Ul M I C i^u. J ,jp\/l. cago. The Bears, generally re- Among tiw o(her | op . ran k c d lot five victories and Ihree losses. ! Green Bay, like the Eagles, teams Minnesota and Michigan State, fifth and sixth respectively, and each wilh a 5-1 record, faced the toughest jobs. Minnesota, winners o! five straight, including an Shot No Ducks FARGO, N.D. (API-Richard H. Rufer, 26, chalked it up as "my bad day" when he went duck hunting. In rapid order: lie go 1 soaked helping his dog which was | ,| I A n g e l e s Madge Read of Pomona, Calif.; Mrs. Hulh Williams of Fresno. Calif.: and Mr«. Bernlece Woods of Denver. Also aurvfved by grandchildren. Services Our ChspeJ. Tuesday, 2 Interment Lupion. Hillside. Fort Skyscene FLOWER RANCH a Arranf«m*M» · ·tray* ' ItLH-iV ILM 111 Ot jJiavt J i "·- *-·«-«« ". master the Packers. A month ago,! jgrecn on his recovery and thenJGrecn Bay roughed up the Bears missed a six-fool putt for a double 24-0. twgey live. I Other Eastern action sends the Rosbur? was equally dismayedJDallas Cowboys (4-4) to Pittson No. 6, a par five 535-yard hole.'burgh (3-5) and the Cleveland He was trapped to Ihe left nf the'Browns (5-3) to Washington (0-8. green, barely reached Ihe fringeThe San Francisco 49ers (4-3-l^' L'.l'_ with his blast, and th*n three-'move into Los Angeles (2-4) anri *~TM^ pulled for » seven. the Baltimore Colls (4-4) invade Three slrokes off Ihe pace are Minnesota (1-7) in other Western When Airmans Guide, .a .4-year- I id bay filly, won The BeldameJ : Belmont Park, it was hern xth victory in eight races lhis|| par. The race marked her 12th raight time n the money in ic last Iwo years. Buuunnnt amateur Ray Moore. Pete Cooper, of Lakelard, Fla., and G=ns Coghill of' Penlield, aclivity. The Detroit Uons (4-3-1) will give the Cardinals a look at their M1( 1»th Ave, . ' . ' . - ti. 5-1*4* --. *n*r, HaroW Ad««4c N.Y. Moore ported the besl nine-|new "zephyr"--or Iwin flanker-- hote tour Friday with a four-under offense al St. Louis (4-4), in an Jl »hst out for his 70 and · 139 interconfereiwe struggle. ,The : EW JewU Ibe West W in vic- 148 bracket included suctitorio *cor«d «croi« eonfirtoce ai Doug Sanders of oWboumUries. Calif, Bob 'Goilby of -.Cry$f»l| Philadelphia will bank heavily iRivcr. f1a.,"and Ihe Ixmwtowh'on the passing of Sonny Jurgen- Bert Weaver. ten, the NfL's No. 1 passer. upset ol then No. 1 Michigan State last week, goes against Iowa, which may be on the rebound after two slraighl losses. Michigan State may have trouble with Purdue (4-2), which up- sel Iowa Iwo weeks ago. Ohio Slale, 5-0-1 over-all and sharing Ihc Big Ten lead with Minnesota at a H-0 mark, ranks FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sth Ave. and 13th St, Leslie 1,. Bowers. Jr. Minister »:30 a.m. Church tchiMl 10:10 a.m. Wonhip and C«mrnunl»n $«rrrt6nr Thine If h« Klrit^»m Nuraery care provided. Hacked by a btaver, was stopper or speeding, couldn't find his river's license in his hunting olhes and was notified he 'was being recalled to duty with his FIRST ' METHODIST CHURCH Tenth Ave. at Tenth St. 9:30 A.M. Church School 9:00 A.M.- 10:45 A.M. 1 - Wonhlp Service! · · "On Qntrtino Cloied Door*" Mlnl«ter» -' ' 1 Dr. Laird V. Loveland n Rtv. Jack L. Hill ' fl NurMry Care .for /" U Both *«rvlc» i ' | 11:00 a.m. Service Broadrait I! over KFKA, 1310 ke«, ... I FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 9th Avenue at 14th Street Dr. Arnpld La'ngenbcrg, Mlnlttar 9:15 a.m. Church School 10::0 a.m. Worship "The Measure of Love" Nunery Care During Services FAMILY STYLE TURKEY DINNER Plattevilr* School Cafeteria Sunday - Nov. 12 'Hrvlng from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 pirn. Adults --$1.50 Children (Ages 4-12) -- 75c Sponsored by ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH 9:45 A.M. Sunday. School Hour . : 11:00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP "THE STRANGEST AUDIENCE" 7:30 P.M. "F«l« for. Chiriifa-»»ke" Broadcast »vcr KFKA Gueit Prtaeh.er, Rev. Bob Newkirk of lh« Navigator*. HEAR REV. R. D. SMITH Alumni S«c'y. ol Trinity College, Chicago, at a.m. Warihip Service. At 7:30 p.m. Rev. LaReau Thorwall apeaka on Bible proph«ey -- "HOW MUCH TIME DO WE H A V E LEFT?" FIRST EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 1*01 15th ttrnt LaReau N. Tlwrwtll, Palter Welcome SUPERVISED NURSERY AT ALL SERVICES BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 2S07 17(h Ave. Frank J. Voth, Pastor HRST ASSEMBLY tf SOD Hh »(. an* 1 13th Ave. SuwUy .Sehool _-.-__ 9:45 »:·». Horning Wbrahip -- 11:00 »-··.. Ev»«t«lUtic Service _ 7'.30 P.M. ·PeopJts of AH Faiths Welcome" ' H A H O L O i. MALEY -- "a««of "Rtvlval Tlm«"--KFKA--*.a.m. »und«y

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