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rage 4 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Dec. 30/1955 ALL J \ A T I I . \ 5 I'K.XTUCaSTAIr - CHimcn I1U I^Eti S t r e e t E l d e r ,Thomas It Davit, Pastor , S:45, Sunday ichool; 11. Morning ·ervlco ASHMHLn.l I I U I1IOS Rev. Eduordo D u r a n Spanish Colony 1:30, Sunday school: It. Services N A S S I I J I I I L V 'or. G D I ) 9th St and 13th Ave. · 'TUv. O. R. Krily. Minister 9:4S. Bible school, Dennis Lloyd, Eupt.l 11. Sermon: 7HS. Evausaliillc ·crvic* A S S U M H L Y DF C O D - - - SI'AMSll O I I U U C H 9*3 B SL' I J a n u r i Mcmd-ragon, Pastor 10. Sunday school. 7:30. B v a u p e l - IslLc *«TVICP. Services- Tuesday and Thursday. 7:30 - . . . . IllJTIIUL UA I'TIS'I CII U (LCI I Corner SlTi Avt. and 16lh SL Rev J a m e s L. Mason, Pnstor 8:30. E a t l y Worship; OH5. Sunday echool, Ldivin Johnson. Eupi,, Morning · Worship; 6:30. B«l _ Y o u t h FeJlowsblp; 7:30, E v e n i n g i t r v i c e BETH ISIIAKL S V X A C O G U E ·th SL ot 13th Avo -Saturdiy services, S:30: Sunday ·chooL 9:3u and 10:11 Rev, J o h n Collins, Pat lor 10th Si. and ISlh Ave. 9:46. B i b l e school; n Bible prmach- ine; 7. J u n i o r tr.d Senior * Vou Peoples: 7:45. Services. C H R I S T I A N S C I R . V C E 6Cb A v o . and 1 Ub Si. Branch of 1*16 Mo Hi or Church 9:30 Sunday school; 11, Worship SH5 K K K A . C H U I I C I I or c n r t j s r 11E8 E l h SI Owen M o r row. M i n i s t e r S:5, Early W o r J i i | : 10. Bible classes; 11, \\' or ship: 7:30 Services. C l l U l t C l I U K G U N 1 2 t h St- find 3rd Avt. Hev. Edward H. U a M w I n . Pastor. .·9:JS. S u n d a y school: 10:45. IVnr- *hlp; CHo. Fount People: 7:S Worship. C H U R C H OK COM-- I I I J M . E IIOLIM:SS .MISSION 9th Si and Slh Av«. Rev Mo yd Can Mat re. Pastor 10. Sunday school- U, Worahlpi J:30. tJvenlnc *«rvJca cuimoH OK con i.\ cinusr 613 Fifth Avenue Rev H, C. C.irier. M i n i s t e r trlO, Suiidny school^ II. Morning · ervice; S. Evening ·ervlc*. c i i u n c H OP uoif or P H O I M I E C Y 430 10th SL Rev. W. T. Potty John, Pnstor . 10. Sunday school; 11, IVorabEpc 7!45. E v e n i n g service. " : CHtrueii nv JILL'S c n n i s r or - ; LATTER UAV SA1.\TS" 1 K P H a l l SH',4 9lh St. 10, Sunday school: 1J. Sacramant meeting. F I R S T C O V E N A N T C H U R C H lOih St. ai nth Ave. 10 x.rn, Sunday.School . 11 a.m.··\Vorshln: "Ask in Jesus 1 Name 11 Installation ol Officers. - 1:3iun,' Cloiiel Hour: "lAvinp; iho Dedicated, Life" C. Cecil OBlerhcrR, Pasior CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE - CHURCH - · Sth Are. nnd 14th Street "' : Branch of · the M o't her" « [ Churchj- The First 'Chlirch · : *ef/.Christ 'Scientist, In. Bos. ; '.ton, Mass.,-cordrariy Invilee . ! you. to attend its services, I 'Sunday; Jan, 1, 11:00 a.m. i c · · · ' · ' · . . .- . · Subject: ; t~* : f . ' "GOD" ; _ ^Sunday School--9':30 A . M . - · ' VVednc^diy^ evening'Testlmony J M e e t i n g fl o'clock - ·- f - Listen to " . -How-Chrlstfan Science Heals- r '· Sundiy--KFKA--B:^ C I I D H L f I OF , \ A / . A H K . \ E 9th SI acd l l t h Ave. Walter E. Vaslblndtr, Pat tor 9:15. Sun ilny school; 10:6 \Vor Rt:ounAMZi:n C H U R C H or JUSL'S CIITI1ST OF LVJTER D A Y S A I N T S ' . D A V Hall · Elder llaiolrt Newton, Pastor ' : Church school; 11, Worship. Fins i soL'i'ai:n,\ M A P T I S T lt«v. Felder Cade, Pastor 9 Hi n v e n u e and 25lh St. 9:15. Sur.dny ichool; 11, Worship- :3C. Even Ins service i2VA.\tii:LiuAL i'linB C H U R C H L 3 l h Ave. and 15th St. Kev. Ben C. Krlckion. Fustor 10. a :nday school: 11. Worship; E v e n i n g service i l V A . Y C K l . I C A I . UMTBD nm:riini:.\ cnimcii mh A\t. and 12th SU Rev. Edward Ntss. M i n i s t e r 9:15 Sunday school, Mr§. Leo la en ton Sup I., I0:* Horn ins Wor- lily and sermon. I MIST n . i r r i s i c n u i t c n Corner l O l h Ave. and lllli St. Koi.- Robert E, J J ar*on. Pastor f-:ls. C h u r c h echool: I I , M o r n l n p ·or*h5p: The Challenge of The Unnoivn: 5:30, BYK. FH151- L t l U J S T t A - N CHUIICII Slh Ave. and 13th St. llov. J.icX V Ueove. Pastor 0:15, Worship t\tid c o m m u n i o n ; A t i g h t St.itt. - , FIRST COVBNAVl* C H U I I C I I Ilev. f \ C«cil Osterberu, Paator l l t h Avo. and 10th SL 10, Siuiilay School; 11. W o r s h i p ; t-k In Jesus' Name: i n s t a l l a t i o n ot f t i c e r » ; 7:X», Go.ijiPl Hour, L i v i n g ht ledk\itid Life. I I S L j i K T J i u i n a r C H U I I C H l O l h Ave. and 10th St. MeOH-in, M i n i s t e r nKftB\TEKlAJ1 ·C1IUKCII iUv. Bruco C Stewart, Pastor · lOlh Ave. and 15th SU 1ft, ntt*Q ephool; I I . Worship; 6:20, ouih vrouux: 7:10, Even I MR \vor* «hlp. i K v i - v r n O A T A D V K T I S T Slsl Ave. snd lOlh St. I t e v U J Khrhardt. Paalor 9:30, Sabbath school ( S a t u r d a y ) L tl. Services; 7:30. Ev*nsell*Uo service (Sunday). ST. 1'AUl/rf C O A ' C R K f i A T J O A A L 4tli Ave And l?th .St. Rev. H. J Stroll, Minister »:30, S u n J a y »cliooi: 10:*5. M o r n - ing Worship; 1, Prayer meeting; 7, Chrl*[[i n Endeavor »r,d dovollonal ·orvlce. ' S'l: JDli.V'5 J.tJTilLJJtAN . 4th Ave. and llth St. Or. M Srhocnhaar. Pastor 9:30, S u n d a y acliorti 10:30. Worship: 7:30. Vounc P«opto'i Leigue. T M K S A L V A T I O N A K M »' - S27 Tlh Si. Senior* Major 1m P Hood 9:46, Suutlay school: U, Worship rviuc: 6'30, V o u n g PeotiU'j Leon: S. Salvation service ' ST. I'KTKIl'a O A T J I O I . f O ih Ave. £nd I2lh fit Rev. Robert H o f f m a n S u n d a y Masses: C. 7:30, 8:U; 10. :1B: Holy Day Masses: 6:30, S. 9:30. irst K r l d A y i :«j. I r J O : Conffcsions, turdny.i 4 TO G. 7; Bap Us ma Sun- y« a f t e r last Mass. s L'.\ xv v H : iv rj 11 ii n c 11 U l ' TI1U .VAXA1II-3.VB f 3040 l l t h Ave. Kov/ 1L E. K c a l l h e r , Sunday sclioot; B n p c r l n i e n J - HELlKFUim C O M U U M T Z CllUUCfl Rev. Gerfutle Horn. Paiior 11. Worship lervlce. ·- '· · JUHX5TOW.V Fins! HAITI si 1 cjtuncii . ' j o b u s t o w n , (Jolo.. R A C o k t r l n P»-for It Sunday Bchool; tl, Worship! 2:30, U T F : 7:30- Strvlce* Itav T. D .MeDH'IK. M l n l n t e r S:3f ami 10:16; W o r s h i p : And Call Us iVjLMit.- Jtavis; 3:30 c h u r c h a u h o o l . ^msT iMtcsjivTizniAA' uiitmuu H t h St. and 3th. Ave. /lev. Merlo G. Allen, M i n i s t e r 9:41. C Lurch cchool for all agea; J:iO. N u r s e r y ; 10:50. S ornlng n-or- h l p ; G:30. ColleEO ffroun: 6:30, Martier*: 7:30, Itirh £cnobl group, - n u n s r t i i A K r . ntisi'Kt, cuimcii 11 tli Ave. and 4\\i St Rev. K e n n e t h Wold, Pastor '»:4f. Sun.lay school: l l . Wor.ihlp: 30." Crusader Service; 7:30, E v a n - elistio Sarvke. lU^iC ilETIlOmST Cl I Until 7th Av«. and 14th St. Residence 1518 7th Av*. .O. O. Wllcox. Pastor 9:45, Sunday ichool; 11. j f o r n l n g orarilp; 7:0, E v e n i n g . iVorshJp. U l t U I C I . H Y UAI'/l'IS'l I'Cill'LB 9tli SL and N t h Ave. Joseph I*. Simpson. Pactor 10, Sunday School, 11, Wor.iMp ervice; 7, Vontli -.MecllnffSi 7:16 vmiccilslfc service. TAHEIIXACI.L; '·*- A S S K i l l l l . V «!' GDI) latli Kt. and Third A v a . Rev- Faul McNocce. Pastor 0:46. Sunday -schooli 1], M o r n l n c orslilp; 7;J5, E v e n i n g EvanseUailc . ~ · Ulli Ave. Rnrt UAkeslrte Urlva , R.PV -OrcnvIMo M. C h r l s i c n a e n 9:H, Sunday tchooli, U. M o r n i n g rorshlp. J K H U V . V H ' S NVITM^SSKS · K l n x d n m Hall . ' · HQS 7tb Bt. 1. Walvlitnwcr Htui\y; Avolrllnj tic "\Vlne Wean of Onrt A n K e r . M I S t H l N . V I l ^ IIAI'TLS'1 C I I U M C H ISnl Ave. tinrt Slh St. · E l d e r - E L l i n I I . Fisher, 3S7I-J 9:4, .Sunday School: ,cll. * Mornin W o r s h i p ; 7, TJlhle T r n l n l n p Conr* " KvetiliiK U'or^hlji' r n y wp Inn' nlu'nrcl to A-Hnpiiy n n d Blesse OUK L A I J V OF PI:AUB O A T I I U L I L ' JIIHI 11, r.iti H.U. For^elllnif A g a i n . 1 ' l L l . A R OF F I M B ' U l l t l R C - Sth A r e . at Ulh SU F.sv. L. S. W o i r g n n f f , PQSIO 10. S u n d a y Scbooli 11, W 7;30. Evangollitlc itirvlc* rship We invite you lo worship with us Sunday, Jan. i 10:45 a.m., Bible 1'reaching 7:15 Ii.in., Sunday Night, "Evangelical Service" CALVARY BAPTIST TABERNACLE 1002 19th"Ave, J o h n Collins, PaStor I Am Truly Thankful to God and to you, my customers and prospective buyers, a n d to those who have shown me kindness and friendship this past year in the sales department of t h e Studebaker Garage; known 'as Voris Bros, Motors, .Because you have helped me to carry on the work I have started, the All Nation Pentecostal Church of Greeley, Colo., I am praying that God will bless and keep you . this Christmas and thruont the new year. . * Elder Thomas (Tom) R. Davis TIU.Y1T1 K P I H C O I ' A t , Hill at and Slh Ave. Rev. Cliarlea V founs, Rector S. C u m n n i n i f j n ; 9:3», F a m i l y Woi il|i; 11, Coinnuiiiluii and sornion. ·rnixiTi »,u'j-iii-:aA,N uiiuituij 7th Ave. and llh St. Ilev. Leo R. R u h c l , Pnator K:30, rirst ivorstilp: 3:SD. Sun Jay choot and DIbJ? classes: I I . Second I'orihlp; (:30. Gamma Delta »0- ely. rjNlTEIll I ' l t K - i H V T K I l J A J t Sth SL amt l l l l i Ave. Rev Pau^ E FerHiison. I ' a a l o r 3:4:i Churt-h echo^U H- Worship. Pro-^peri-us nr.rl K n r c t - a s f u l New oar; 7, Y o u t h Groiij'a. · K S L H V A A s i L r n u u i s r c i j u t i c u 2-100 3th Ave. Kev. R J Gilbert, Pastor 10, S u n d a y rchoo); 11, W or ah IP; :JO, Services. . ' A U L T FZ11ST JIAPTJST U H U U C I I Ault, Colo. Rey, II. I* Koch. Pastor · 10, S u n d a y echcKil, Mrs. Arder 'hlte, Supu: II. Worship service! 30 DTF; 7:30, evening service. FIRST ( J l i r t l S T I A J V C H U R C H Ault, Colo. Rev. Jack Hchlloker, M i n u t e r 9:45, Bib I ft rchoul. Mrs; JDfln PMt. i^t.f 11. Worship; 7:3u. T o u t h pro- ·am. FIU51 COSCRKQATlOfiAL C J I I . I l C l t Ault, Colo Rev. Paul R. Lte. Minister. 10, C h u r c h School, .Mra. R. D Jor- S n p e r l n t e n d e n t , Mrs. · FreJ oi-lia. Primary S u p e r i n t e n d e n t ; 11. 'nlng \Vorshlp. FlllS 1 bL'l'MBriA.V C H U R C H A u U , Colo. Dr G l e n n L, Stenholm. ^aator. 9:J», Church tcliool, -Mrs. E. W. Ison, H']pt. 11, Communion, \Vor- Ip^ i'(". Sacred Cnncerl, chapel olr of St. Paul's Lutheran c h u r c h , eyenue. Ui(!SUAI,E HAIT15T C H U H U l l UrlK^sUile. Colo. Lou la C. Moesin, Jr., Pastor in, S u n d a y fichaol; 11, Worship; t r a i n i n g union: G. E v e n i n g aerv- iticiiSUAi.Li c n N n n r . f i A T i n x j EIV. G e r t r u d o Horn, Pallor 1:30. worship. KATO.% C11H1ST I . U ' i ' H I ^ I I A N C H U R C H Union. Colo. I\«v. Kenneth WU1, Pastor 10. Sur,-iay ·cl\ool; 11. ..Worahlp itrvlcc. ,· . BATON cti \»;u RI: ATI urt * u Eaton, Colo. Jtev. K e n n e t h B, W y a l t 9 r4i. Church school: 11, M o r n i n g vorahip. FV-i.VCKLIOAJ. PR KB' CHUHUH T h i r d and Mnple fits. FCaton, Colo. - . Rev. J o h n Mcillu/id. Pat lor 10. S u n d a y tohool; 11. S«rvlc«; ;:30. Services. TKU K I H S r IIAIM'IST CII UHCU Urcaniicd March, 1900 .. Eaton. Colo. Rev. Gloii C. Stewart, Pus tor · 9:30, Sunday school; Howard r'.ngtl, thipt.; 11, U'ordlp; 6:30, Y o u t h groups; T:3v. Evening-service. rinsT »II;TIIUUISI C H U R C H Eaton. Colo. 5:4i Church srmool; 11, M o r n i n g vorshlp" 8:^0. J u n i o r High FoUow- ililp; 7:30. Voulh Felloivshlp. F O U U S U U A K B C H U R C H F o u r t h und Pnrk ' Hftion, Colo. Ilev/ W. D. Mndclrom, Pjiitor 10, Sunday 1 . Bctiool. Mrs. Maud!* lAle. SupL; clataei toi all lets; 11. worshln; 7, Crusaders Mrs. WlKorc ""nters. president: · a. Services, ROT. i f e l t h ' w E^pa'hr. Pastor 11, Worship Service. j o Ji.i STO w A i i: I'll onisT UHUltCIl J o h n s t o w n , Colo. Rev. John F Richards. Pastor II, Worship U E B . N K S I I U J K i CO.UMIKMT* S l i r i ' H O U l S l O H L l l C H Ilev George B. Pennell. ' -tor K K H S K 1 COilMUMTl CIIUHCH ·Rov. M a r l o w \V. M a g n u s , Pastor '0:30, Sunday tchool,. Mrs. Eva H u m p h r e y . °upt.; 9:30. Worship. '· " L A HALLK KlitS'l IIAi'TIST C H U R C H L.I Salle, Colo. b, 11. b'ucbs, Pastor 10, Sunday irhool. II. Morning W o r B h l p : Hoiv To Keep the Lord's D a y ; 7, Y o u t h Groups, I t S J I ' R K 5 t M T i ; i t l A . \ CHI.HU11 La Salle, Colo. Key MOQM G Bell, Minister :45 S u n d a y school; 11, Mornlnjf WoiiihEp. n n si *'UKSiivrt:niA.\ C I I L H C I I 1 Mllllken. Colo. He*. K r n c s t R. A n d c r t o n , -Minister y:bO. Sabbath school. W a l t e r Stele, Supt.; II, Worship. C O N G K K K A T 1 ( J \ A I . C l i U H C H Mllllkdi, Colo. Kev. O u a n e Larkln, pastor 9M6. S u n d a y cchool; 10:4*. Worship; Z:30, Prayer m « a t i n v i 7:00. .Chrlttlan Endeavor. i N U \ % , F o u a ^ d U A i i e CHimcu Rev Hazel Barn a by. Pastor Bill M a r k h a m . Asst. Tasior ^^.l^^ niKsrii N u n 11, Serrlca. OSUOO1J K V A . N G E L I C A L UMTED nRK'l'tlHG.N C l f U H C l l Rev Ed war J Ness, M i n i s t e r 8 M o r n i n g W o r s h i p ; 2:30 A f t - ernoon W o r s h i p ; 1:30, S u n d a y school, Relnhold UcliniiiU, Supt, I'IKIICI; COJ1.1IUMTV jiirriiuuJb'i 1 on u HUH Jtev G u y Palters on, M i n i a t e ; 10, Sunday school; 11. vt'or^hlp; 7. J u n i o r , I n t e r m e d i a t e ami Se ' T o u t h fellowship; I, Y o u n g A s t u d y group. B'i. JOII.V'S L U T H E R A X (Wisconsin Synod) Rev. W. H. S i f f r l n g . Pastor P l a t t c v l l l o , Colo, 9:30. Sunday school: 10i30. D J r l n t service. F I l t S T M B T f l O U l ^ T C H U R C H RCY Karl K e n n e t h Wood, Pastor Or45. Siind.-iy school; 1], Worship; I ' l t A l l t t l . CK.\TUIt C H L I t C i l Rev. U e r t r u d e M. Llorn. Pastor I L. Worship services. R.I.N N COM M11.\ ITV H ET Jl OI l ST Uev Charles A Now ton Jr.. Pastor WIMJSOJl Assr:iim.i (ii- u u i i Rev. K. J. B e n i n l e n d C , P n ? t o r 5:15 a u n d a y hciiool, I I , U r orshlp Hour; 7:t5, Evangelistic Service. FIHST .tll^rilulJIS'l C J I U I I C I i Windsor Rev. Iferhort A. Clea, Minister 9:-l». Sunday school; 11. worship; J. I n t e r m e d i a t e Leas us. W I M I S U R U ' J . M f l f U U A T I O N A L crtuucii Rev H. Bcclter, Pastor 9;4.T. Sunday school; 10M5.' Serv ices;. S, Prayer m e e t i n g ; 7:30. C.. S T . J O H N ' S 1 - U T I l B H A . N O H I I I I G I l O F V V I M S ( R Rev Otto M a t t h i a s . Pastor low To Keep Mve New Year's Eve By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK Wl -- What kind f a time will you have on New fear's Eve? The Fourth of July gets safer nd saner every year.'As the re ult of mass protests by wives nd other moralists, the orice-un- uly office .Christmas p a r l y has Mjcome as tame as a kindevgarlen ookic V.laEch, But the problem of how to slay live on. New Year's Eve becomes more picssing wilh each passing eason. The parties.get wilder and viltler. Joy reigns nnconfincd and unrefined. Too many people, worn out with Christmas good will, take t h e rakes off (heir mind--and forgel D put their foot on the b r a k e ol heir motor car. The streets arc ess safe than a battlefield. If you got to a night club (cover charge up to $30, bubbly water extra), if is as i f ' y o u were play- ng a role in a mob scene 'Ben Hur." If you go to a home a r t y , it is like being caught in gladiator contest in the R o m a n Coliseum. As a result of (he widespread mayhem committed in Ihis atmosphere of false cheer, every hos- l becomes a casually station. \'cw Year's Day itself could more aptly be called "National Hang- iver Day." New Year's Rvc marks the cler- int pas-sing of 1955, and is really i kind of woke. Unrestrained lev- ly is, therefore, a bit inappro- male. Why not be the first in ,'oiir crowd to throw a really scn- ;ible New Year's Eve p a r t y ? Here's how to do it. First ol ill, invite only people who can gel to your home without driving a :ar or crossing a street. You then follow this schedule: 9 p. m . _ The guests arrive and each one is searched for hot les as he enters the door. A n j loltles you find ave emptied down he sink. 9 L 30 _ The f i r s t drink--fruil iimch--is served. 10:00--Each guest is allowed to rise and tell the funniest thing, tha lappened lo him d u r i n g the year How la M i n x P t a t e and ham may he g a i n e d .ibro^ifih « t « a J r u h l in r.ncVn (coodnesa · and -IM. will I.B I j i o i i K h t o i u i . K t C h r l m i a SLlenco s p u v i c e s Rn,nrmy, J a n u a r y The E.e.iiron-.Sermon p n t i l l M ','Gor w i l l consul o f r ^ a d h i f r s f r o m t l K i n g - J n i n t s \ ' e r a i r n o f the D J b l a n r l c o r r e c t i v e e j e c t i o n s f r o i x S c l c n c c - a n . l M e n i t h w i t h Kc-v t u th - S r r i p t u r e s Ly A f n r y D a k e r Kddy. th J J I s r o v c r e r ftnd F o n n U e r of Clirlslla Science. " i T M u i n h ' a p r o m i s e o f ]ieace - _ tliote w h u rely on Cod Is I n c l u d e d I t h e S c r i p t u r a l r e a d i n g s · ( 2 ( : 3 on w i l l k e e p ' , h i m 1n . p e r f e i i c a n p , w h o s e m i n d is stayed on t h e L e r a u « e h e t r u s t e t h In tliee," Also « m p h a s i z i n g the - D v a l l a h t l l l of God-£-]ven h a r m o n y and troodnc: ore. c o r r e l a t i v e passages to be r e s f r o m Sclencr- a n d Health I n c l u i l i n t h e folio w i n g ( 5 1 5 : 2 2 1 ' "All t h *iod I m p a r t i r moves in n c c r v r d ivj i. r e f l e c t i n g g o o r t n e s a f t [ ID. Sunday school SupL; 11, Worship Frank R a d e r ever S u n d a y ; NOT1CK Ol- 1 A N . V C A l j .lir.F.'VI.VC The a n n u a l m p c l l n g of tilt Slock l O l d e r s of The Grciilcy . Lov*l.ind r r l g a t l o n Cunumiiy w i l l b« hold In he Council Rmim In the Clly Hnl* Greeley, "Colorado, on M n n d n y , Jan u a r y 9th, I35f', at the hour of 10:0 A.M.. tor the p u r p o s e of elec seven Directors for the ens- ye.-\r. levying an asst lament for the - t i a n t a c t l o n of. such o t h c Inislncsj- an may properly come In fore aftlrt mcctln«. · * J O H N C. HTKASSEU, Koc y, Dec- 11, SO.-.15S. j.. . any guest laughs, 1mmoderately, breath will be' promptly neltcd and he will be handed his at, and coat. ' " 1Q:30 _ r j'| lc second drink -earning bouillon -- is served. H nj'one asks for a second cup, ive it lo him. lie may have ncakcd a drink of something else eforc he came to your, parly. 11:00 -- Each gncsl wilJ be al\ved to rise and tcti the saddest ling that happened to him during year. This will have every- jody weeping, so be sure to have lenty ot crying towls handy. 11:30 -- The last drink -- hot of fee or lea, plus leftover fruit ake--is served. Midnight -- A small silver bell vill be passed from guest lo guest. Each will be p e r m i t t e d ' t o ring it s loudly and inerrilly as he hooscs for a full half minute. 12:15 -- The guests arc handed mall cards on which .is printed: A fire l i a s ' j u s l broken out - in ur ~rcar bedroom. Please say ling--just leave as q u i e t l y . a n d kly as you can." As each guest ocs out the door you hand him WCTU prohibition Iract. Dy 12:3C all your guests will be ifcly home, and you and your amiiy will be sound asleep. A party o f . t h i s kind may lack certain liilartly, but you can be ure of one Ihing. Anybody who amc to it will remember and alk about it for a long, long time. To, Meet on"Ground Wafer on Jan. tilh DENVER W) -- Colorado's Wa- icr Conservation Board probably will meet Jan, 11 lo discuss ground water district rules and amendments lo the Upper Colo* rado River bill in Congress. Director Ivan .C. Crawford announced the tentative meeting date Thursday before leaving for Salt Lake City to attend a meet- ing of llic Upper Colorado River Commission Engineering Committee.. Resident of Ilic Squirrel Creek- Ellicoll District in eastern El- Paso county have asket' 'for the drafting of rules so they can establish a ground water district. Country Wide *· _ - ; ' WELLINGTON--The widefl part of New Zealand - f r o m coast to coast is only 249 mites. The country's two m a i n islands can b« traveled b y * airline service from end lo end in 10 hours.- ' " diseases Studied TAIPEI, Formosa tf -- The U. .. Navy has extended ils study of nfectious diseases to'Formosa. A escarcii unit will . study the iseascs and the animals and. in- ccts that carry llic germs. . 'Ilicre are similar research ;roups at Cairo, Egypt, Berkeley, Jalif., and Grcal Lakes, 1U. Such turtles are expensive but, as the ^"iivy has leai'itcd, chenp in the long un. In World War J l , for example, lephantiasis in Samoa c a u s e d . t h e iquivalcnl of a marine battalion 0 become ineffective for four year* 1 a total estimated cost to the J. S, government, of 50 million dollars. - . , C..nnty Court, !· No. 7276 . - Jn t h e l^biaie of Lena D. OLUsen, ^eceaseJ. No;lce Is hereby Riven t h a t on the Old ' d a y of J n n u a r y , 1966, I will i r r s c n t to ihe C o u n t y C o n r L of Weld 7oimty, Colorado, my - a c c o u n t s for inal .Hcttletn«nt ot the A d m L n l n t r a ion ot said estftle, ivJien and where nil porKons In I n t e r c - s f i n n y a r pear i(J objeoi to thnjii, 1C (hey r,r desire. MAIIGARKT K. SCHEtDT, Ailmlnlstratrlx of said eslM*. Tohn \\'. Ilcnrterson, A t t o r n e y · . Dec. 16. 23, 30. 1955, JRn. 6, 1356, J V U T I C S K TO C I I K D I T O n S iS'o. 7J3S Kalale of JAilES "S. O C i l L Ueueaaett. . - - . " · "Xoilce* Is hereby j j i v e n t h a t on the 2]sl day ol December, 13-So, lel- « t e M a m e n t a r y were Indued lo lli« tler:*lE^*d '. fla K x e c u t o r of Hie vc Burned r s t a i c and ah persons .-hig claims a^nlnflt said estate ar« reoiiLred to f l l « them for Rlto\v- a n c « - t n t h e County C o u r t of Weltl County, Colorndo w i t h i n alx m o u t h s from paid ilate or itaid clairna ^vill f o r e v e r harreil, J A M K S L. OGII-V1R, Rxeciitor of nalel eslale. I n l i p r t D. Waldo, Jr. Dec. 23, 30, 1955,'Jan. 6, 13, J3S6. i-: p n i:l'0. 'Youth fellOT.-*h1p: T:JO. nlng worihlp. t'btiT i.Lr'i'O.i rittST i i A t ' r i s i c n u n c i i Port Liiptan H«». J. P. Foreandflr Jr., Cantor · H u f f h U u m p b r l e i . Supt »H5. Church scTiool; I0:i. Worahlp: 1:30. Y o u i h Fellowship. KIltB'l 1 M i l l MOD].'; I C H l i n C I l Fort Luplon l(«v. Htchiird Lunsren I'asior FOS5i'O.\ CtIJT.MUM'L'V C H U R C H HBV Qeririide Horn, Paitor . : ' ServEces to be announced. a*v. V Lylo Trail. Pastor GAJ-trro.N CO.U.III;MTI C I I U H C H Rev. Lor/ell Howard, Taator 10, S u n d a y school; 11. Worship; 7:30. Y o u n g PeDpl«. CA1.ETO.V KA1TI51 C I I I I R C H liev. John Spruell, Tastor 10. S u n d a y school. 11, Wonblp; 7:10, i'oung PeojiLc; I, Services. G i r . l . CMIU.ST1A.V C I I U I t C H Gill. Colo. · (lev. M a r l o w .Magnui. Factor $:30, ' S u n d a y ichool, Harold Fur* row. Sum.: I H , M o r n i n g worship; ,7:30, Kvenlne service. Q I L C H K S 1 C O . H M U X I T T HAi'TisT cnuncii Rev E W Ferrln, Pastor 9M, Sunday School: iftMfi, hTorn- \\r\K Worship: 6:45, Y o u n g Ptopl*'* |meeilnp: 1H6, E v e n i n g i«rvlcei. n n n v K R co.vistu.vri'v CIILHCH nv. Gcrirud« i-l. Horn. PAitor 10. VVonhlp service. ZIO.V L i : T l l K I t . l X C H U R C H Grover, Colo. "I'h6 C h u r c h of th« Lutheran Hour*' Rev Richard Br.iu«r, Pfcttor 10;Ii. Sunday school *nd Bible clasies, tl, Services. Wafrous Will Not Oppose Pueblo Memorial Highwa DENVER (ft -- Colorado Highway Kngincer Mark U, Wfttrous said Thursday his department will not oppose a plnn for a disabled veterans' memorial highway in the scenic area south and west of Pueblo. Rep. -Betty Kirk West (D-P»- eblo) discussed the plan with the engineer. She plans lo introduce a measure in the Lcgisfature next week authorizing the road. "We don't encourage additional signs along highways." Watrous S a i d ' a f t e r the conference. "But perhaps the sentiment and spirit and worthy cause may justify this one. Therefore we will not oppose it.' 1 Hep. West said the memorial rotilc would include parts of U. S. 85-8G and Stale 1R5 and 76. 11 would pass through Pueblo, Crowe, Cj San Isahel and Beulah. A hundred luxury flats may be built at Prestwick, British air port in Scotland, to accommodate American airmen based there Glasgow Jearns. .\0. 146 Estate Of A L l ' R M D C. F R T T Z F . R R , also known fis AI.FHF.D F R I T X L K R , Deceased. ; Notice Is hereby g i v e n that on he 301)1 Uy of January, 1955, I will resent to the C o u n t y Court, of Weld loimty, Colorado, my a c c o u n t s .for i n a l settlement of art minis! ration T t?itd eMate, w h e n a n d w h e r e ail erxons in intere-st maj- appenr^nrt ibject to i h f m , \t t h e y so rteslro. Xollce 1s alao hereby given t h a t n the n i a t t e r of s^hl estate Carl F. ^ r l l z i e r fts A d m l n H i r a t o r ot said Ml ale claiming- to be nn h r t r nt AW nt. tiild deceatc.l, a uerson ln- erestcd in aalrl estate, has f i l e d In i Kid Court his d u l y v e r i f i e d 'peti- lrn, askingr for A j u d i r i a l RPcerifiln- nonl nnd d e t e r m l n a t l n n rif th« hclra )C anch lEef-easeil. anil selling- f o r t l i ila r e l a t i o n s h i p lo said deceased, md ihni t h e names, po.itorflce art- I r e s s f s anil r e l a t i o n s h i p of nil other D«rFonr, u-ho *r^ or claim to" be lelrs of a»id deceased to f a r a: ^nou'n to the p e t i t i o n e r , are as fol ,ows: l o - w h : . "· Carl F, 'rlt2l«r. Box 623, W i n d - sor, Colorado, Father Molly KritTler, Rox «22, Wind- tor. Color it do. Mo i h e r N'olicw Is alto hereby given that upon !-a!tl day, or the day to \s-h1ch th* h e a r i n g may be continued, the Court will receive a n d hear proof concerning the heirs of such deceased anrl will, ' upon proof anb- tted enter a decree In said * s l n t d e t e r m i n i n g who arc t h e helrj ol such dec eased person, and t h rtc5cent of the lands, t e n e m e n t ^ am h e r e d i t a m e n t * of such deceased, a 1 which h e a r i n g all rcrJiL-n* rial ' XOTICn 01- I - M N A 1 . SF.TTT.EMEXT AXIJ I ) K T R K I 1 N A T I O N OF ni;insHii* R t f \ t e of JKSPKU I- JONKE, Ta- iid. No. 713» otlre la h r r c b y given t h n t on t h e Jar of J a n u a r y , 135C. 1 will jir*- s t n i to t h e Conn ty Co ti rt of ^sld C o u n t y , "Colorado, my accounts fnr lal a e t t l e n i e n l L of adinEji la t ration e a f d estate, when and whet a ail Tsonj In I n t o r c M may n p p e f t r «nd iject to t h e m , if tlicy so dc.il re. .\otico .Is alit hereby. K!V«II that t h e - m a l i e r of said estate NOItA JOXRS.as A d m l n l s t r n l r l T of auJrt (ate clalrrilntr to ''C n n h e i r at law snld deceased, han filed En raid Art her. duly v e r i f i e d pe til Jon, t l n K v (o'r. a Judicial a s c e r t a i n m e n t I d e t e r m i n a t i o n , of . UIR hclr.i : of. ch~ deceased, and setiMiR f o r t h her I n l l D n s I i l p to aaid rlCc«asod, and at the name'V postofflce nddre^xes nd r e l n t i o n H h l p of n i l olher r r r - nt. who ara or clnitn to be heir.* said deceased-Vo' far aa -known to ; f e t i t l o n e r , *re as follows, lo- Xora At. · Jones, JRouLo 2, AuU, Colorado, \Vidoir. . wcl LnRiie-. T o m n n e k , 3315 3 u t f Avenue, C h e y e n n e , Wyoming, " i f f h t e r . earl A l z l r a Burmood, Route , lo h« heir* at law of aueh rteceaser ,ay appear and present t h r l r proofs C.VKL F. F R l T ^ r ^ K R , A d m i n i s t r a t o r Chnrles A. Karoivsky Greeley Bldp. A t t o r n e y for E s t a t e Dec. «. 3*. I?5, Jan. fi, 13, M56. TUNE TO "Words of Life" 12:15. Noon every Sunday KFKA-1310 kc First Church of the Nazarene 9th St. at llth Ave. W. E. Vaslbindcr, Paslor ~ Sunday School--9 -A5-- Free Ilus Transporlalion Worship--10:15 . Evening--7:30 Bible Slticfy Wedncsda.v-^-7:30 HEAR EVANGELIST EUGENE SMITH Beginning January 1 7:30 Nightly except Saturday Outstanding Gospel Music Powerful Bible Preaching Foursquare Gospel Church 402 llth Ave. Greeley, Colo. Rev. Kenneth Wold, Pastor Kuby Hazel Scott, Iloute».l, Box' 5», Chevenne. Wyorainir, T)auh- Opal DIr, Ne- May WMlianio, asK.T, Daughter Charles T. Jones, Route 9, Ault, Colorado, Son Notice IB also hereby given t h a t [ion said day, or the dny to which ie h e a r i n g may be c o n t i n u e d , the [iirt u-ill receive anil hear proof incerninj: the heirs of such · de- *ased and will, upon proof sub- l i l t e d enter a rlecrce In paid tslale etcrmlnlnK who ara the helrE of jch deceased person and the escent o( the lands, t e n o m r n l a and pretlttamentfl of such rtcceasod, at ·hlch h e a r i n g - all persons claiming o be heirs at law o( auch deceased iay appear flhrf present t h e i r proofs- NORA il. JOXES. Administratrix. Vaido and Waldo ttorneys reeley H n i l d t n R ireeley Colorado lec. 9. 16. 23, 30, 1955. JQSLIN'S Phone 428 Dave Roytr AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Wtaeier-fUyarAKcy. 809 Sth St. . ..... Ph.-359 IF YOU ARE HARD-OF-HEARING- OTHERS KNOW IT If you wear a SONOTONB The chances are they wun't.- JOHNW. 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