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AJO COPPER NEWS Page 4 Th,rda_, Birth W//Y / November 29, 1982 to I J)" /,,; ,nr 17WAr SO;,ee  i 1, 7-a __, A Mr.  Mrs Eugene rr tS,,,n; I d;ROVclh'ar]/BAJA//u/v/B/A;./JI Roland, a son, Elliott ICN/.5',,,".I f-  Jade, 9 pounds 7 ounces at MerryCh New Cornelia Hospital. VFW, AwdEary   The Contreras keeping active i Frank, Margarita& Frankie Activities of many kinds .@...-- are keeping VFW and Auxiliary members busy this season. Save dollars with - Members of Post 3578 Al.;a;at2;;m;h tPkt4t-T,=',, that and guests assembled December 11 to exchange BGllnlkers Multiple first glorious Christmas. holiday greetings. Music club celebrates songs of many faiths The Desert Music Club met Saturday afternoon, Dec. 11, at the home of Mrs. John Marietti, with Mrs. Charles Rucker, President, presiding. Many guests were welcomed to a program of seasonal music presented by Mrs. James Fisher. A quartet, Mr. and Mrs. Malin Lewis and Mr. and 80 years don't slow him down Who says the o1' rocking chair has to get you? Not Harold Marsh, who is 80 years old and feisty as a teenager. Mr. Marsh came fron3 lnglewood, Calif., to the Why. Within six weeks, he has ridden his bike over a thousand miles. He gets in 20 to 40 miles a day on his faithful two-wheeler. Mr. Marsh also goes to church every Sunday, and never misses a dance held at Coyote Howls park. For the past three years he has spent his winters at Why -- keeping in shape. Explorer Post invites public to rifle shoot Explorer Post 618 is sponsoring a rifle shoot and invites the public to at- Mrs. Ray Spitzer, ac- companied by Mrs. S.W. Williams, sang "Once in Royal David's City". Mrs. Bill Ruth sang "Night of Nights"; her accompanist was Mrs. Richard Bryant. Mrs. Ted Dutro played the piano and sang with her husband two songs, "Who Is This Child of Bethlehem?" and "The Straw Carol." The Rev. Willis Hirschy, with Mrs. Charles Gilbert at the piano, played clarinet selections for "A Christmas Medley" Father Jan Lundgren sang "Ave Maria", with Mrs. Eugene Joyner as his ac- comnanist. Mr. and Mrs. Fidel Esquivel sang with his guitar "Mi Virgen Ran- chera" and "Silent Night". A quartet of Mrs. Bill Barrick, Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. Roy Shelly, and Mr. Frank Dellert, with Mrs. Williams ac- companying, sang "Before the Paling of the Stars" and "Ring Out O Bells of Christmas." The program was concluded with Mrs. Bryant playing a medley of Christmas songs. The theme for the program was "Music of the Faiths." Seven churches were represented by the performers. The shepherds had retur- ned to their flocks; the heavenly choir was silent. Only Mary, Joseph, and the creatures of the stable now watched over a wide- awake Christ Child in the manger. A very tired Mary asked the animals gathered there to sing a lullaby to help her put her Babe to sleep. The ox and the cow tried lowing and mooing, but the Child only clapped his hands in delight. The old grey dog's barking made Him giggle and the sheep's baa made Him laugh. The faithful ass and the patient hen both tried, but the Christ Child remained awake. Then, irom a dusty raf- ter, an old, grey striped cat appeared. After licking herself clean, the cat jum- ped into the manger with thechild. "Get out of there!" cried the other indignant animals. But the Child's mother put her finger to her lips and pointed. Lulled by the cat's quiet purr, the Child had fallen fast asleep. The Madonna leaned over and stroked the cat on the forehead before she, too, fell asleep. And that's why, ever since that first Christmas, all cats purr lullabies to their kittens and anyone they truly love. And that's also why all tabby cats bear an M, the mark of the Madonna, on their foreheads. Sunday, Dec. 12, several members took part in the Guadalupe procession. A pool tournament bet- ween the VFW and Elks club will be held at the Post home Wednesday, Dec. 15,at7p.m. The children's Christ- mas party is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17, at 6:30 p.m. Auto Insurance. Call Marion Jonte at 387-6582 'A forger is a fellow who writes things you (Walt Streightiff) Perm and Wave Special s Will run through December 23 There's still time to sign up for our Dec. 23 Surprise Dra Hair Stylists to serve you are Lorraine and Niltza. Open Monday thru Saturday Call 387-6024 tend. The shoot will be held Hostesses for the after- at the Ajo Rifle Range noon were Mrs. Martha I/AIOOF'PAI'...--"1 December 18. Highbarger, Mrs. Jim [ _... I j Saturday, plans to start Bush, Mrs. Charles I ' The Post shooting at 9 a.m. and con- Rucker, and Mrs. Charles '/"101 e. tinue until sundown. Rasmussen. . [',TIIIdllJ ...... 7,?, I T'--" "'-" -'" -"=" "u--.-,, . F'I I Benefit Dance FOR Z Lr'Pl W/' Immaculate o,,-,, 4,.,,.,,, r =1 I1 r'V'T' /t  TOUR ARIZONA Conception Church A. 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