Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1955 · Page 13
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Only lead fq in End : . . ; . B y ; . H A L BOYLE '·'" :'''." NEW YORK.'.Ml\-- Curbs'tqno comments by a Pavement Plato: Youth;*is discovery,"- and :"-fhe thinsslyculh'may.discover-arc'ad- venture,'friendship,'sex, love, par^, enthood, · death,-*-money,, boredom and failh. ' . ·',; · ; The manner 'in' which each Individual makes all these separate discoveries of. living/must'always be ipersonal to him--though il be a stale (ale in the slory'bf h u m a n history.-. None,that is/new can be denied freshness; peril arid bppor- 1 turiily: . ·.';·". '." : . . . - - ... .: , On Ihis day,I would discuss the discovery of money. · '·.' , First;'lei us consider what mori- «y;is-(or,'as (he cynic says, was). ' M o n e y , is usually a medium, of. exchange and sometimes a measure' of valor._ ' r How docs" a. h u m a n being dis- cover.the value of money? To me 11 happened in this way: Strolling down the pavement as » child 1 foun'd a.pdcketbook.con- taining "about $65. 1 promptly divided (He money \*!fh a friend . who was with me.-(He was older, anyway, and could have taken it all 'from- me). ,· ' . - , , The dough if had left made me Hie biggest guy in the. neighborhood. I had :what t h e ' o l d e r ' k i d s didn't have--?ash.in hand, for the first time in my lite,'casn beyond the simple avarice " of childhood. For 35 cents If bought up 'a trig- gerless real pistol,' the- pride of the block.- f : b o u g b t ' a l l .the agate marbles 1 nevjr had been able to win -when knuckles 'were on ,th'e i ground for keeps':/ = /:·; , . ' I look all;.the'- kids .for .'three blocks arnund'.'tQ.ja free .lreat'--on me at the cornet .'drug store. When 1 they were stuffed ..with- ice creahij we went to the afternoons-movie/ - 1 bought the-'tickets; I bougjil.the popcorn, I bought:the.-cinHy,"_"x ; : : Nobody who .later came · from Texas ever , spent mpneV'-niore madly, had more fun, or spread more joy around--lor less than $35. 1 was a real hero, at least unli^ one of iny '.ice cream , a.nd · pop corn laden joy riders got'sick with .. all ....this., unexpected.'- plenty.. ;He 1 spilled .-everylhing,_ p '-including the - zoiifce of the wealth." ... J ;:.'-.-\ This brought..-me'\up :front 'in .the picture.. l'\\- -.'. , . . '-"'". Well,, my father was . a n , honest' man and ·'doing, all right at 'the' time. He figured that the pqckct- book contained' somebody's p.ay 1 money who -needed it.- ;Pebple thought of things like;that in-those times. ' ·',5*i£Sr ·'"'·'·' ';, V.y'- He chcckid'.lhe'.newspapers^tuilir In'the KanVaVCity/rimes tia.foumi. a notice by !the.-'pers"on","vyho.'had lost the pocketbook/'My s falher dug into his own pocket'and--paid,it all back. r - ] ii : : .' '··;, v" .··'·' ; Then we .had a' real old-fash- , ioned father' and son hea/l-to-heart .talk, during which I-said; nothing · and Dad whipped off his ^belt'. and put the belt, to ''me in 'ariVarea where ·h.eVlhoiigSt.' the :: inemqry would linger.'.'';.: .-' -..-'. 'j ft still does;-* and'1: still .recall the lesson I learned .wh'eh. r first discovered -.the -.importance"-.- of money. . ··' -.-'· . ' · . " ' .:·" ' Moral:. You might as well-earn . money the 'hard -way,- because money you! pick up easy will .-only cause you (rouble, at .the ".erid^"'· Adult Education Ag ; : Class .Wednesday^ 7 30 ·;; A .second meeting- of the; new agriculture .'course of thb '.adult education program .will be 'held at 7-.M p.m., Wednesday:-'at-the vocational agriculture building: of Greeley High school. ' ' ' ' ' ' M e l Adams, GHS. vocaliohalAag teacher who is to direct the course has called the meeting" to "make final plans for the' starting time and length'"of-the course as well as to discu'ssVwhat-.subjects will be 'covered.. ·'. ? - . ' : · · " ; . : : Anyone actively engaged in farming in .Weld County has.been ask'ed to .attend the meeting. ' '· '. ,-' Tho course will be taught-under the auspices of the state vocational agriculture department and therefore" all.costs 'and tuition will be covered except for incidental -expenses for materials, ' . It is tentatively planned to be. gin the classes during January and .to have at least one meeting a 1 week. · ' · " ; ' ' , · Adams has contacted outstanding agricultural. authorities in the area to teach'classes in some of 1 the specialized courses. By.,DOROTHY WHIPPLE, M. M. AP..,N«w«f»«hirM .- ..I .- . - ' ; , · - "·; IJlllo children are Ukily to 'get good many'-more colds.than older children",or'grown''lips. ".' · : *£o "-far medical science has; not discovered 'a; sure .way. to .prevent coldsj'nor h'as'it found ariy'miracle' drug to cure a' cold quickly' once t has started. ·'-.'/ ' ··'· * , : A .cold i s " ' a n ' acute'-.infectious disease.that must ruA'its' course. The best we can- do -is to get 'the roun'gster 'over ' t h e ' cold 'without citing 'i the c o l d - r u n into a more serious 'infection. -·: M . ' . - · * · " · - . - · : Thc: very' best treatment for- a simple^ cold 'is' rest ."in -bed, in a veil ventilated · "room without drafls. Give - t h e . child'"a simple diet. II he hasrtrouble breathing jccause.his hc'ad;is' so "stuffed'up. s t e a m ' inhalations. are -helpful, i"'" T h e - h o n e s t ' , truth'is no.driig we iave' at-presentrshortens ,the..life^ of a simple ;cold. If"the child is very restless a sedative "will help him rest, and sleep. ... : The, anli-histamine drugs which a few years ago were hailed as the sure cure for cblds'Have riot proven very satisfactory,'and it is niy feel- Ing .'children are' better"off with'oul hem. = · · . ,. . . - . - . - . v . If- a child runs a. high fever, if ie' has 'earache or ! a sore throat, or'a.bad cough, he has more.than i*.c61d^: ; Take' him .to your; doctor, liy.illnc'sl, may have started 'with a c c o l d ^ b u l he .has developed ^ a :6mpjicatipn. Tor'these illjiesses he"antibi6tic .drugs'-are'.very help-; :ul. It is, ·however'!,"a mistake, to jive .these -drugs, for ..thecsimple :o.ld., They, do not 'cure. : the cold, an'd their too' freq.uent'iuse; makes :hem -less j effective .if-sonic' serioiis disease..'develops. --·'".'. It is important to see that a child s "comrfretely'over his cold before he is allowed out of'bed and outioors: to; play... Keep'him in unlil all his symptoms haVe'd.isappear- edille is |hen less iikely^to develop a.lcoihpiicaliqn 'and.-iess/likely 1 to come down".with '.i' fresh cold. '. ,.lf"your"thild' i seems to. get loo many..colds, by. air'.aeans have him. eximined'-by your-doctor.. It iiay-be lhat..lhcrc is some under- ying- condition that 1 increases his' siisceplibilily. : Maybe lie has "In- fe'cted^-tpnsiis,-chronic sinusitis, or a low/.g'nidC; infection 'in hisje'ars.- ilay^De^ he'.is"'"underhourished, - or ias'; a' mild anemia; Maybe-'he' do_esn'tget. enqiigh: sleep'. Correct rig; any. of these-'things .will, bui'ld- ]p' ^child's general health 'and give' him · a^bit,- niore ''resistance. However;' m'sny rchildrc'n' in; excellent ieallh do gp:through"a'few'years wh'en.^ they; a r e r ' v e r y , susceptible You can make pie's of Jruit that's out of season if you"us_e the frozen variety. But if it's already sweetened, use only half the amount-of sugar in your recipe, , : It's a good idea to use a'.rack when you are 'preparing a pbl ' roast; t h i s : w a y the meat won't stick to the bottom ol-lhe pot. Order Your RUSCO -. CornbTnatlon ' Storm Doors ~ Windows TODAY Lew Dakan A,Co. 2219 9th", St. .Eh-MSSS How To Ciifi 50me./natural-- immunity-vand 'hi, colds will.be'less'freqiierit.:- J . ' . -\ Tt 'goes viEhout saying that ^during he. years. bl.Ertatest: susceptibility do yqur;be5t-ngt^6nly : tp.keep. your youngs ter'.'--;'in j. tHe" ! ; Bei t -; poss ible lealth...^^! also:.ke'e'p-.him: away :rom -people. -- children-or adults -^. with.cplds." .;·· : ; " - . - - , " ' · . ' - · · AULTp-PastlNoble'Grands night was held;Mohday evening by.Doro- thy -Reljckah,'lodge.. Fifteen past noble grand officers 'were .escorted Btid.Introduc'ecj by Mrs.'Avis Batiek and welcomed by noble grand, Mrs. Marguerite Broyjes. They werc'giv- ch-h^nprs and.presented with lovely Christmas corsages. Mrs.. Ruth Dill sang, He."-.--; · ' · - . . ' ·. : .'· ;· .' Pasfnoble -grands-presided over the offices.- for . the evening," Mrs. Edna Hebcrlein .exprcssed^appre- ciatibn for. Conors .'given past noble grand officers by tho.Jpdge.- »..-. · "Officers .elected were"'Mrs. Eda Snow,- .noble - g r a n d ; " Mrs.-- Jean" Engel, -vice': president; Mrs. Ida Coper, recording and financial secretary; and .-iMrs.v.-.Vida :· DUloni treasurer/:';.-..-,..; "·*·· ·'·!-= t-i-.-jW- · Thank you cards.were read and it-was voted t o - l a k e , a .listing, in local birthday calendar.- MITIU for Christmas parly was read.and ac- cepted. Mrs.-. Copes:.reported, on i dishes purchased'for'the lodge. ;,'· ..Mrs. Walter. Hainilton-to}k- pic-' ures of i the past'noble'iTacd'of- icers, wjio.' were ,attired.,In gold brmals. Other'.officer-groups'- for he" past two years' h a d . pictures .akon 'also.:'."-" ·"·':-.~.' ,.\ '-. V T ,. ' Refreshment table was attractive' with 'a holiday '.cehierplec*, :Ughlid apcrs andtsilver 'seryice'!-. V ~ '·'. · Mrs. ;May:. Wilhclni'-'.ami VMrs; 1aiys Dauglitrty 6f^ Loyal'' R.6; kah:lixlgc.of Eaton:'w'erb.gue'sts. Mrs. Daiighlrey; was ' Icxlge ini'isi- cian for.the.evening.''- - ' ..-,;., Mrs'.'.£:'W.' i Widniaier;was- hostess to Tiic'sriay Progress'club.: Mrs. J. p."Sivers presided 'in.'thejab- }euf.:. .'' PERFUME JE*,t*L$f '"· i£* !^-s" · ' · - · " · · · · .SAa' · ETGfR,YO U fc ' »»*«·» **^-~-' . this.pertume-filled- Fabergette V ; / ^ ' ' e y "golden xase'.' ' . "gift-bdxeid'in ... , , . - the. French' manner : . ·' " · r-and so/elegant . :,"2.'SO her. choice.bf Aphroidisia IW'txxJhue-'-figressxAct IV Yout Rexall Store . GILBERT-BISHOP 820 8(h St. . S a n t a ' s Headquarters for BIG GI FT ;; TREASURES ,"'·· at.Tiriy Budget Prices! t · Our .fascinating.'array, will .- -j'. prove.the perfect solyti'pn to '.' ' all ofoyour giftj problems!' /Brillianf "table..lamps, hand--.- ·' i ' some occasional-.'tables', wall '·.'.i ' .rocks, brasswore, ottomans \i - .. and rnany o^her gifts priced - · invitingly low! Convenient Payment '- Terms,. X'' Easily Arranged CLOUCH FURNITURE CO. ^ / _*· f DependaBle Homefurnishmgs for 51 Years' lence of the president; -Mrs.-Earl McCall.-'."-. ' . / . f ; ' . ",i ' · / ·-,\ ;·( ;,. Mrs; L i l l i a n - S a n d c n ' r e a d 1h'« Christinas'Story as Mrs. R.' D: JofdanV-'sliowed -ri'cblored./lslldes. Christmas carols'.were'sun'g "ac'com- pinied by-Mrs: Marjorie Ricdel.-'v' .The' club.. will: present' a ' picture of Christ-;by 'SallmanXto : Weld County'.-Nursing, hb'jne' (o/-be'-'hung in the corridor.'on'.the.third floor. · During^, the: sbcia'l\hpur· refresh- ments';vfere:'!erved i 'a'nd' record ings of carols, "and -. Christmas · : hyrnns V6re-playedi : , : -:'=1 : -1 .''. 1 , ·-.:.. ^ Beautiful ' hqliday^V.'decqralipns were'.'used-inrttie home".for."the oc' casipn,-^", · ' ; 'C ;--.:·'.'} ' " · - ' . . . . : . . - . Worn an 1 s' ' s ociety -- ..was - received by Mr's.'^Mads 1 Hanscn for Christ- mas"mc«ting Wednesday afterEOoe.' Mrs."Elton Doughty 'andlMr's.'.'A: B. Stewart"wVrc''co'.h6s'tessbs'. : ',- ' " ; ' Nominating"... committee .'.report-. cd the new. officers'Including-Mrs. Magnus 'Andersen,: preside'nt^Mrs. Charles HeineniannV.first.vice pr'es- ident;· 'Mrs' Anha ; liarl; second vice president;* Mrs;-/. Donald,-Sivers, third''{vlce1.']pifcsldent'; 'Mrs. · S.' t. McDonaldj"i treasurer; /.· and 'Mrs. .Will-McWilllaifns,'secretary'.-. ..-··.,'. A yote-of':Uian!ts".was given'this ycarls'-j'officers'^and ''money: was given 'the'. 1 'Sunshine.';:cjrcle.-.--.Pro- gram/chairnjah',.'.Mrs., Paul J Lee, i read''tht. new .prbg'rVm-;which' - was acceptcd.fv-. -\i' ' : :.'''.VX.-'V':. .'';· ''=. ': Mrs. -· .Vcrnon Slow a rt', a n d Mrs. Duan'e,Carter '.arcihew.members In Mortd«y;'Dy.'il9;U955.; 'GREELEY'TRIBITNE.).'· Pife-13 : .l' the; society; New, groups ,'for ;'next year were"drawn and names were read.--- . ·' v. : .-;\ ' ; ^j' · ' : ,1 r ·(·Mrsv.Hj-D. 1 Jordan :ga*e "a spkn- did p'rbgram .showing. color slides of the' Christmas' Story" wilh^Mrs! H.B.-Smith" as 1 uarrator and Mrs. Charlotte Wyatt"ac'cVrap'ahying "at the piario.i^-.'viiVA.v^'rA'.'i .Viy' ; Mr.j and. Mrs.^B.i G.; Page, have purchased the 1 former* A'.' R. Brbylc's rciidoiicc here arid will 'mo.ve from their farnvcast of'Ault/which'the'y 1 s'old'som ! e time ago.' *,, ,, ''"·"·' '; I C-ijla: ;yeden':r5iid'. Uar'oW/.Lcari were hero, this'week'to "get the remainder of their household furnish-1 j ' and machinery · whlch^Uwy · moving . · to' . }uincy, '. Wash., where they.- have -recently, located. . . £i!£OPfsiwy*v. :; : Projected one ~! a t ' m i d n i g h t -^1 set\oif.,a., charge.jof: dynamite*. -jln' t the j^ake'j of th« sound wave, darke'ned homes were.'lit'up by 1 .awakened.cilizens.. : Hundreds called police; r.who.. yreM ; myslilied "as .the catiers,·-One said:' : "It-abbut knocked nia 6ut ; bi,bed.".i So To Make It Easier For You To Complete Your Shopping We'll Be bpen UNTIL 8:30 P.M. EVERY NIGHT THROUGH FRDAY. ! PENHEY'S ·LECTION;.' OF.; mcifirV G''"'. f ioxs''Y H*i T'^i^i'i/L/ .THRILL- ANY BOY /AND ' GIRL IN OUR :00qw£;;} STAIRS STORE..-- · ; '- - !'l:: : ft v - I v ; ·;- .,-STRETCHABLE..NYLONS. Penuey'B- own - Griyinode^^Vny- - lo.na -- .'"atretchabie and -perlect-, - fl tlta g !'-: For " Vonrieii," , f or ' g'l (I ; for that lovelin'ess-rlua^uallt}-, 1 Iray Penney'i Gaymbdes,. prlce'd · for^yftluer Sires", Norm; Long. - : - TRICOT-:GOWNS strap; ground -. or" -V c . neckJirie stylet, Sfzeai'32 to'lO'and 42 to 46 in lovely dreaniyipasloTs.- " --«.-·'-;QUILTED".-,'\ · SLIPPERS Bright as ChflHlmaH'-r^Pehiiey?* at-homa. nlibcB oIlUBtrbuB rayon andlacetat^l ..They, come'fn Jier fnvorJte '66lors)" multicolor" quiit- ed. Tljey^ have, hard 'Boles,Buoyant "cork- iilHUormB--and'they're Sanitized® to sthy p e f a i , f r e s h ! WKa- *^4tf;. · SGULPTl !RED * NYLON- Here's Petiiney.'B'BUt-lo your budget, .and a ; Vollflay','lr'eat ; 'tor every Tpforaan^ on^your, ,-lUti, 'A. luxurious/" ndrairprTptfid 7ny robe" . '·, machine hashes in lukovv-nrni wAfer! Aqua, 1 rofle,' · -;..i - · !·· . -."·.·:·'- · ·"' ; AGIFT!BOXED i-AiUii i i .'r .- ;,.-.- h'-^-^ :.^',, : ; ... '/ :· - P.ljnney'l! liais to,thB.hoUdaT:«.;, arltUng coBtiiia 6lets, nee)(ln(;ea,; match'ed - Beti!'. Seei". fiary.-'rolheatoriea.- colored' Btonesets, .pretend : pearls, ;gold · or .Bl(yer'tone ^metalsl ... Si^i ;· *?* \ " aUX , -MEN'S FLANNEL PAJAMAS ,Sanforized'T6wn(ifaft"®.pajania8 .'for men'!.-Comfortable-full 'cut. ·"··I "'.'."-." · - - ' ..!'-"V .·":'· "··'!."' . ' Plain : and .fancy;Htrlpeg-;In button- or- Bllppver m'cxlel.. Sizes A; ...B/oi'tt-'.."'."; '"·-';· .'.·.-' ··""·': MEN'S-GIFT SLIPPERS 3.98 Meh'» ; - luxurloui ' g e n u i n e , kid girt '»ljppcrB.- l i .' .· (Ina Penney liiallty!- : Hard sole is ide»f tor. bcdrooin,' b'asem'ent or. backyard. Sanlllied® -ll'nlnr for cleaner better' wear. . ·'-. . ' SMART! G1FT ; BELTS 1.40 . ' · " . - , - / ' ! J Spruce up your.alacka",'. , wllh a'/amart, 1 In. 'center', embossed ·port belt, made of grain cowhide. Plus a neatly'alyled buckle. . MEN'S FLANNEL SLACKS 9.9Q *t Penney s gives you i high atyle the way .you;lilce fl^Gel Hie e Mil, luxurious flannels now yiij matching belt, rear f l a p jx^kols, welt seams/, and t h a t ; v e r y ' I m - jiorlarit ellm look. In deep, or' llsht shades ' } WHITE DRESS SHIRTS 2.98 r Towncraft® white drc 9 ah(r|i Deluxe 22.Q-couht broadcloth with ling-we^arlng^collara )'mnd cuffi. Sanforized, Your ./ayorlte collar atylea, Sizei H-17, TOWEL SET ; ^·-"· "~y'-' ·· ~*,f'.(: You can't miss ,'wl.tbja terry' gift 1 «et from Peiin'ey'a · : .". . each towe'l ( Is h a n d 'printed with colorful flowers. Gay colors. 'Machfne washable. 1 . bath towel, h a n d . towel, wa«h clolh. . . - ' :; '" 'PASTEL · · SHEET? Nation-wide*® , ..pastel-' ih'eeti. Flr^nly-woven : .'' mii*\\ni, ' .lonB- wearlni, -,'flrBlV ojtfallty/ Ma|ie',i blue,.green, rose, etc,' ' - ' ' SlklOS in. ' 42x36 ln.'_ ' BATH MAT . SET :MulticalorVbaili'inat.iet of Pen- ney'i deep; fluffy, chenille. Lovely .-pattern that will really jierk up. ybiir.palhroora. Tosn thla set In'yo'ur machine . ; , ' I t . washes as ( , b e a u t i f u l l y - , as your, fine towels. . . . · ; . REVERSIBLE RUGS 2,98 New rayon-vfscose .-revoriible rags flip from luaCrouj'loops to hush-tone cut plfe."' Resilient/ won't mat down or lint. Vacuum, sweep .or'. ' machine w a,«h. '' - ' · ' - - 24xZG in. .oval f ' 24x42 l a . , oblong _l 27x48 In. nv»l - r: CHENILLE Bedspread Penney's" best celKng baby chenille In r vlb'ran't 'modern-col-* ori.'BahdeO'dges," rounded.cor-; neri. M»cbtne wash, No;Iron!' -

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