Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 24, 1955 · Page 2
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Saturday, Dec. 24, 1S55 vU oman Josephine Miller, Editor Lutheran Church Services Sunday Two services will be given at the Imrnan'tel Christmas Lutheran 1 day. The rhurch- first candlelight service at 6 a.m., and the second, the Christmas Matins service at 10 a.m. The public is invited to both. · , The candlelight -rvice will feature carols and special numbers by the choir and a sermoncE by the pasW. A't the close o( the program, the pastor, t h e . R e v . Grcnvillc Christonsen, will light a candle from one of l h c : a l t a r candles, Ihcn' light the candles of each of the deacons. The deasons will go out into the congregation ' and .light their candles. All will stand a.M ing Silent. Night. At the 10 o'clock service, sp"cial music Vilt be' provided by the cherub' choir, composed of members of Ihp. p r i m a r y department of the Sunday school, by the junior choir and by the regular choir Rev. ChrisU-nsen will de-liver his Christmas message, Sunday School will 1 not be held on Christmas day. Tuesday's Calendar Chapter CR, PEG, Mrs. Clark Page,-1129 Eleventh street. Thcla chapter of Beta Sigma Phi,' Mrs. Jerry Tammany, 820W N i n t h - s t r e e t ; Mrs. H a n k Stark assisting, 8:00 . · VF\V auxiliary hospital worit day, Mrs. .'taymont' Koyl. Garden City 'chapter No. 3, OES, Masonic Temple; covered dish supper, 6:00; family night and. Christmas, p a r t y ; program following short business meeting. ·Townscnd club No. 3, electric lounge, entertainment and lunch, 7:30; "- · ' · ' 'Greeley Toasimistresses, Camfield hotel, 7 a.m.; Early Risers Toaslmastcrs, gucsls. '.Galelon Farm Bureau, school, 8:00; J. D. Wilson lo show trip pictures; c o m m u n i t y weicomi;. Avery'Home Scene , ;.··' of Clpverly* Party Mrs. AHi Avery entertained Thursday at her h o m e , ' n o r t h e a s t of Grcelcy, for the Cloverly Conn- ry club and one guest,*Mrs. Eli Andersbn. Mrs. Avery's home was beautifully decorated i n - keeping with the holiday season. Two games, C h r i s t m a s tree hunt and' musical Christmas box were played, with Mrs. Amlcrsp 1 winning the priie Jill Sutler played two Chrislmas scngs Mrs. Avery .played a medley of yule songs on the organ. Mrs. Ted Suiter read a seasonal poem before the group exchanged gifts. Jan. 5 meeting will be with Mrs. Gust Winberg, northeast of Gree- Icy. Reformatory for Women Needed, Planners Say DENVER ifl -- Colorado judges must place on probation about hail of all f e m a l e lawbreakers in the 18 lo 25 age group because the stale has "no adequate correctional facilities available" for women, Gov. Ed Johnson was told Thursday. The Stale Planning Commission told the ehiel executive the state gently needs a women's reform- ory. II reported also that what few cililies arc now available lack equate rehabilitation programs, ·id that punishmenl for delin- By Mri. J o i t f Otoupa! Troop 137 of Arlinglon recently held an investiture ceremony and tlie following girls received their Brownie pins: Barbara Boehncr, Kayc Currey, Sheila Foes, Jean lleiser, ' Doris Hindman, Janet Leckcnby, Shirley Nelson, Palty r-Teet. Billy Jean Neubauer, Linda Stephens, Charlene Phelps and Elaine Nutting. The girls also entertained Iheir mothers at a .tea Thursday at the home of their leader, Mrs. Richard Ne'ibauer. Each Brownie prcscntcd-h'er mother w i t h a gift she; had .made as a troop project. Mrs. George Curry is co-. leader of this group., Brownie troop J57 of Maplewood met at the home of Mrs. Rollie Hayes, 1485 Tenth street for a Christmas party and gift exchange. Hostesses were Judy Clifton, Janis Hurley, Janice Hay\ and Nor ma J e a n Hinds. Troop 113, Brownie fourth graders of Arlington, held a Christmas parly al the home of their leader, Mrs. David Cropper, 2528 Fourt e e n t h avenue court. Wednesday's Calendar -Oasis Rebckas lodge, 1OOF hall, Chrislmas parly and December birthday* lo be celebrated. Cecilc Wcayer circle of. First Baptist church, at church; Mrs William.BoeM, Mrs. Brig Wat a n d / M r s . Albert /Thompson, co hostesses, , :·.-. --· Y club, Mrs. Harvey Maul, 1:15 OKSN, Chrislmas luncheon P.ionecr room .of Camfield, 1:00 Evening'-.Belles Toaslmistress club, electric lounge, 8:00. ' N a v y Mothers, Mrs. Harold W Johnson, 1617 Sjxlh avenue, cov e'red dish luncheon, noon; 'part) ajid 50 cenl gifl exchange. * PARAKEETS * CANARIES Cages ·-- Stands Bird Supplies ' FRANK'S St.ed and Hatchery 70910th St. ; 1'h. 152 Troop lOt presented a Ihree. act play of Ihe Brownie story for investiture, held, in the youlh room of the new St, Peter's rectory, 915 Twelfth .street. Those invested were: Fuggy Demos, Colleen Deuel, Judy Dilsavcr, Catherine Fennclly, Debra Gonsior, P a m e l a Juarez, Rose Ann Kawcak, Linda Lidmial, Verla Ixieffler, M a r g a r c l Lunstrom Cinde Malhesv* Mary Lou uent girls in the 6 . to 18 age oup ' is prescribed by * law ssecl in 3897. The governor, wh" rtr.?ign»led enver County Jail as a temporary tormalory six monlhs ago, had immediate comment. He said c would consult with Herbert E, Icn, state institutions director, The commission, in Us report,] aid lack of money, facilities and slablished standards are to blame he absence of rehabilitation rograms. f o r - w o m e n sentenced lo ownly jail lerms. ' "Young women sent to county ai.s arc merely placed .ir idle con moment, in many rapes without .egrcgalion from older, more hardened offenders, 11 U said. "Consequently, up to t h i s . t i m e , vilh no adequate correctional'-fa- ilitics .available,- many judges ave given female offender*-pro- lalion in preference to confinement [i a county jail."" » Under terms of the 1897 law, de inquent juvenile girls are directed be committed to the Slate Industrial School -U Morrison. If. » girl proves to he.Incorrigible, she .t returned lo Ihe authorities who :irst committed her. 'There is not -much the judge can do' except-release her, since there is no other'state"-Institution to' which she can b* corn'milled," the report added. Tennessee Visitors KNOXVILLE -- Visitors'to Tennessee reached an 'all-time high or 7,200,000 in, 5354, font, per rent above the year before. They spent a .record $105,000 000 in tht utalc, about 3 per cent more t h a n in Ihe previous year. Rhoades, Pally Seilbach, Marlenc Slalt and Joanne Szeibert, Gucsls of the troop -were mothers of Ihe girls, their leather, Mrs. 0. H. Sittlcr, the four Sislers who leach at St. Pelers, and the Rev.' Kd- ward Hyan. Mrs. James Demos is the troop leader. Her co-leader is Mri. R. H. Fennelly. The niirror"cere~mchy was used to invest Brownies of Troop 68 of Cameron school. The program was held' at the: home of the leader; Mrs. Howard Higby, - 62Z Four- leenth avenue. Those who received their 'pins -\^cre: Cunnle Armfield Carol Bell, Barbara Emeson, De horalv F.meson, :Sue Lynn' Garner, Kathryn'-. Kigby, -'Carol Marostica, Catherine McCall, Deborah 'Moore, Nancy Roukema. Del ora Segal and Susan Shaddock.- Mrs. -Sidney Emeson - i s the- corleader- the troop. The £ir{s have been working o'n Christmas gifts for their moth- Girls Scouts of troop M held their Christmas party at' the John M. Wheeler, residence, 1718'' Pairacres drive, with mothers of the girls as guests. The 'roop 'presented a gifl Ho their leader, Mrs. 9rin Smith; and each mother received a gift of stationery from her daitgh ter. Christmas Happenings in Gill, Community ..GILL -- Mrs. Les ."rench entertained her. Sunday .school'class "at a Chrislmas party.Saturday afternoon. Guests werc.'Jean^Jackson,", Barbara Weilzelr Dickie Winter, Darryl, Vickie and Bonnie Bunting,'Tim and Terry Payne, Linda French.-^Mrs. Harold Furrow and Katny and Dlanne French. Children played games ami practiced their parts for t h e " prograir] ^iven on Sunday evening. The Christmas theme was "carried but in a light lunch. Little candles in gum drop holders were on each tray, Mrs, French presented each child with jig-saw puzzle, pertaining to Chrislmas. The.Gili church was filled Sun- lay evening when the Gill children put on t h e i r Christinas program. The beginners, .whose teacher is Mrs. Leo French, sang Away in Manger ntj Hejds am 1 Shoulders, an action song. Each child reel lod t short poem. ' A n i t a Arnold's'class* helped with he Nativity ! play, Edr.a and I,e- ona-Leon and Linda Jackson ga"e Chrislmas r-oenis. The congrcga- ion sang Joy to the World. Mrs. Carl -Wens' intermediates spelled Blessings with lar a e letters ant) corresponding verses. The J u n i o r : department sang Mary's Lullaby, Aih .little grls sealed holding their dolls,"and lillle rays standing behind their chairs. The Jet Cadets and Juftior'.'groiip g a v e a short 'Nativity PlayY spoil? sored by M rs. M arloWOM agnus. Linda Wens was accompanist. Program closed with p r a y e r ' b y ' t h e minister, Rev. Magnus " A i r . and Mrs. J. Fred''enter- lained Mr. xnid Mrs.* Joe' Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. C.'B. Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. j Ernest Wallace at dinner Saturday evening, fol- lo\ved_by several games of bridge. The John Henney" home was beaulifully decorated'' in Chrisl- mas bells and c a n d l e j Tuesday evening for the Christmas party the Get-To-Gether. club. Mr. : and Mrs. Wilbur Jackson were the only guerls. , · The Gill "elementary/school put on the operetta, The Toys That Had To Wai!, Thursday evening at the g y m , - ' F r o s t y - t h e Snowman was given by Art folk and first grade, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, second grade; and a saxophone solo, Jingle Bells, by Roger Troudii The operetta' cast was composed"nfla S a n t a Clans. David Wens; -Mrs. Santa Claus, Nor ma Nolin; Queen Titania," Irene Her- nandei; French doll, 'planne French;- Dutch Girl, Marilee Leffler; and Dulch Boy, Barl Dewey. ' Cast also included chorus,'walking dolls, third grade; jumping jacks, third and fourth grade;'lops, third and fourth 'grade; tin soldiers, fifth, sixth and seventh grades; candy kids, fourth grade, clowns, sixth grade; ami fairies/ seventh grade. . - . Baton twirling was performed by Trina Hott, Bonnit £iegrist,. Lois H a r r i s and Ka«-en Koff. Mrs. H. 0. Bingel was-the'director.' Second part of the program was jiven by the high school students. The Cnristmii Story, was read by Superintendent Ira Hoff. Women of* the Moose -.'. Distribute Yule Cheer Five pounds of candy were taken to' Weld'. County' general' hospital and another five-pound box.Jof sweets Mo Weld; .County Nursing home', by, : the' hospiUl',c6mrnittee ofi.\V6meh:6t Vhe':Moost:'as parl of lh«ir.j Christmas" their-'activities. Thursdiy^afterrKJonilheieommit-' tee" took'C'a/pd'tted^ 'plant. to'; i. J. Stroh; wh'6 was ihjurefl in South Da- (bla-'^qhi N?v.;' : .J and 'is noyf- con- valescing-'at'his home on South Eighth .avenue.-^. '-- . .. ·'.--:'- · Mrs. Elmer Ley i.s the i.cqmmitlee... Her !;CO: wprke'rs;;are,'iCrY,' r - Edwin' Gehriiig and : -Mrs. ;,Daic*'. Thump'.*':. 1. 'Their '*''- \ Purr-Ty" Ki'tt«n by Walttr Chindola brightens "Th't ;1954 Cat Caitndar. It's i- close-up shot with i portrait 'attachment on tht. lens and with.a threa light arringf mtfit. :"- Employe s · , of Ih e^GreeJe y Fort Collins Finan_'e^ companies their : wives .and .husbi'nds :wen feted 'at" a. turkey 'siip'pVr Thurs day evening at*the country club The host was'their emplbj'er, E. £ Francis. '' ". ^ ' '. Following the. dinner hour,, th group gathered. at= his home, 191 Fifteenth · street, for'Y .sod*!* eve rung. Gifts were exchanged eroun a beautifully decorated 1 Christ ma tree. Games wcrcjhe diversion." Refreshments,' '"carrying out "th Christmas motif, were served b he host arid hostess.." ^ " \ /-.Those enjoying; * the. -Francise: lospitalily were Messers/and Me dames LcRoy Brown, Keith Ei wards, Don Hoffaci* Don Line strom, George" Martin Jr. 1 ," ric Schmidt; Francis Tb'vns, Glen Va: line,. Ve'rri 'Wa'Ueman : of preefc Orvij.e Jones, James 1 Mudrbw"ai Lloyd Sisson'of FoH'CplHns. C^mp Fire Girl* . ; ·"' / Sing at Hospital . The training school group of Cam Fire Girls, Mrs.. Frederick Kag guardian, spiig.carols'Thurs'day t two.floors.oif thVw^d.Cp'unly' Ge cral"Hospital..The"sin'gin'g was,! by Mrs. .jjohn H C. ".Carlson,' mer her of the Camp Fire Girls' coii · . i .' · -. r i · .·· i i leasant Valley/. ^ HDGlub Installs ri. «. R. flier*, vmt or TM ,_ r . . M/ R^ Filchi former pastor, he Church of the Nazarene, -U* . S T Y L I S H C H O K E R -- Whit else bill drum choker should be worn with white fox hat shared Hk« drum major sT .They're part of Paris desliner rlerre Cardln's fill-collection. Other ' program \Vhitc C h r i s t m a i numbers by Lupe PIONEER Cleaners Distinctive Dry Cleaning Sarvlc* 2501 7th Av«. H^t: Grttn Stamp* Ph, 4103 HEALTH HINTS »y · ' . DR. DON R. IOSTRON C H I R O P R A C T O R WHAT IS CROUP? This disease usually atleclfl c h i l - j drcn and occurs,in spasmodic attacks si night. The child awakens suddenly with a. sense of suffocation anrt a croupy cougb. Breathing Is j Intensely d i f f i c u l t , and t h e child's face becomes bluish in color. The condition Is caused by con. traction of the muscles of (he larynx. The attacks usually . last about an hour but jeveml atlarlis my occur In iiiccenMon, and usually recur for three or more ntRlit*. Snmetimfin convulsions' accompany the attacks. The t r e a t m e n t "of croup In rhil drpn by Chiropractic pdjustments always been most are few complaint* t h a t and the atlackt; seldom recur. Thli the experience of Chiropractors all over the country." Attacks tit croup ,are caused by :onlraction« of · muftclen w h. I r. h close the larynx and prevent .the passage nf - air. The contractions are caused by Improper nerve sup ply to the muscles Involved and this in t u r n ' i s caused by pressure Ihe nerves al the point " · they leave the spinal column. As soon as the adjustment IB given anil MIR pressure on the nerve U releised, the nerve force paarea to the m u E C l e s . o f the larynx, the contraction ceases a n d - breathing again become* normal. There Is no other form of treatment w h i c h yield *o readily to adjustmenti does croup. A ningie adiuRlment ]i ^spally all that is n«ce*jary to bring the attack to an abrupt end, Troop. 80 of Arlington held. Christmas parly *t Jhc home o Ihe leader, Mrs. Earl Fimrierburk* \vho was-assisted by her co-leade Mrs. Dull Trcgoning. Kcfreshments were served by Carrie Rae FJorom girls played games and had. i gift exchange, ^embers of the [roop have been working on lllllc Christmas trees for their mothers a n d ' making .tray favors for the Weld County nursing home. · Brownies of Troop 1M delivered tray favors and sang Christmas carols at the Bonnell homr The favors wer« clever l/l'le dimensional Chrislnus trees made by the troop. 'The girls received candy treats from the home and from the residents. Leaders of the. troop are Mrs. Marvin Ream and Mrs. Karl Russell. Mrs. Earl Groves and Mrs. W i l l i a m R e a m furnished transportation for the group. Troop 106 of Arlington had an mpressive investiture ceremony at he home of their leader, Mrs. Mel tasal, HU Seventeenth avenue, his week. Mrs. Paul G a r r i i o n ' i s co-leader of the troop and mothers of the Brownws were guests. The following 'girls' were invested. Kalhy Buell, Margaret BoUt, Lou Dell 1 K a rich, Francine Simpson, Lyrme RlosVos, Donni Oster. Vir zales; Star of the East, girls' sextet; O, Uttle lowii 6*' Bethlehem, mixed quartet; -The Three Kings, boys chorus; · Whil* Shephfr'ds Watched Their Floclts by Night, mixed chorus. H Came Upon Ihe Midnight Clear, girls' chorus; Silent Night, mixed chorus, 'conducted by Hoff; O Holy Night,.male quartet; :Q Come All .Ye Faithful, boys' chorus; and Joy to the World, mixed chorus 'and audience. Patricia Hunlington h music instructor and Shirley atvd Dorotn; Isakson, the piano accompanists. Eaton Social Calendar WEDNESDAY-Coterie, Yulefide dinner, Greeley Country club; reservations by Dec. 25 lo Mrs. Howard Lair. THURSDAY-Rainbow Girls, meet at Eaton school gym, 9:30 a.m., to decorate for formal Christmas lea in the iiome R. I. Shwaydcr, 15 Lcvis Rives croun nuch immediate Chiropractic, relief In We hare not done our duly to our children until they har« bad the best And lukkest relief when they fall ill. 22Z Gntley ·!)], Mi, 13I8W ginia Grlce, Susan Kasal, Judy Slagle, Karen Ales "and Margo Richmond. Refreshments of cookies, punch and coffee were served f r o m - i gai.y decorated table. The girls hive started a scrapbooV lo record their troop activities. Scouts of Troop 48 of Meeker entertained -their mothers at 1 · Mr... road. Parly hostesses were Diane Shway- rier, Connie.Barne'll, Rulhie Torft- burg, Ruth Funderhurk, Janet B runner, Bonnie Sterling, Dca'ne Wells and Carolyn Edmonds. Mrs. J. P. Formati is the leader of the troop. Troop 47, Brownies of third graders of Maplewood school, held their Christmas party at the home of Janice Schmidt Tuesday. Tht girls played games, sang carols and exchanged gifts. Highlight of the oc-. cjsion was the celebration of the troop's first birthday. Mrs. Jack iVoei, troop leader, baked an angel food cske and decorated it with Janice Schmidt also served refreshments. ' '· Another recent event for the roop was the investiture of Kathy K r a f t , when hei 1 mother, Mrs. Daniel Kraft, .attended as' a guest. The Brownie story was' acted out with the. lue of hand puppets. Nex meclmg will b« Jan. 3 at the home of Mrs., floyd Stansbury,' co-leader, 1918 Thirteenth street, .which will be the new meeting place of ih troop for all future meetings. Troop is of Heath and Meeker had a combined Christmas and troop birthday parly at the borne of the leader. Mrs. C. L. McGlothlen, 2202 Sixteenth street, Mrs, E. E. She ill as co-leader, assisted. The at YulelideParty A large Chrislmas parly attended by approximately 400 persons was held in the p.ulitorium al. the Weld . County. General hospital Thursday ,evcning. Present were employes of Ihe hospital and members of the medical s t a l l and their Vives anii'chii- rirer. II was the .first; hospital Chrislmas parly ai \yhich families of the emp!oyes\and medical staff have been'guesls. In-'ir ious : trs the party has been for employes alone. : The program was put on by members of the hospital slaff. and was followed by the a r r i v a l of Santa Clans, . distribution of . Christmas candy.and^efreshmenls in the hospital cafeteria. .'. - . . The program opened with. Ihe group singi;,g Christmas carols and the Christmas,message by Henry H. Hill, hospital administrator. Carol and Carolyn Du'mlcr sang Star'of the'East, and Kenny Martin gave a reading, Christmas Story, Luke 2, Ml. Esther Hernandez sang T Saw M a m m a Kissing Santa Claus, ac companied by Mrs. Clara Vicroy. Another reading, the Littlest An- Leaf. Theory Bloody ALBUQUERQUE, N. Ml- --' Indians believed leaves changed color in a u t u m n because celestial hunters had slain the Great Bent anc · Filling of . Christmas stockings, taakirig*. gifls for their" mothers,* scrapbooks f r o m ' Cliristmas\cards | and caroling" have .been repoVted' from 1 several groups of'Caiinp Fire'. Girls and 'Bius-rBirdE.--^^^^ -."."J Camp Fire'" Girls'" who "make or give two new garments.for gifts to the Junior 'Needlework' guild during the year are awarded a special Needlework 'Guild .honor in Camp Fire, according 'to · K. Gertrude Lee, "who will "accept the garments anytime'\for -local^distribution, 1 " V'* Big : Hearted Marines Show Up in los Angeles LOS ANGELES I* --..Mrs. : Helen Olds · saw several y o u n g - m e n washing, a car ^Thursday. Another clean - job 'was parked .behind' it. Yoling fellows-.trying to earn Rxlra Christmas- money, . she thought. And because her car needod.^washing she stonped'and in^allatlon '.of oyiicers :*'as. heM iKsdiy ifternppn' when' Ihe IMeas- ' n f . V»liey · HD'. club : m « l . al lh« ome 'of.'-.Mrs. Bill 'Miller. Mrs.-. ; luck.i.Johnslon »nd--Mrs. K. S. , raotZiWerf : cp-hoste55es. · · : ^.· i ' M("»; ·'MUltf '.'served -5^: Installing", ficef,"conducting, the candlelight.-- ervlce. Mrs. Oliver .Goldsmith is -, he club's". i95« president;. Mrs t ./- loyd John: n, vice president; and :' rs. N o r m a n -Lyster,. secretary-^:.. Secret pals''vjere. tevealed -by.'t . ; ift exchange ,'ind riiirnfsi'drawhl, ir next year. .Mrs.''John. Bicklifig-- nd.Miss pllleHo'pVuis jyere guests. . f the group. ,$·, . .'.·' .;-.i '·?",) - The'Jin. 3 meeting.vlll be »V.'he v ; ·.' oine ol Mri. JJoyd. Johnifn. Mri.ii rlhur'Kler will a s s i s t . ' . ' , '-.,·' R. i=itch, wift of' tH» ,.;'. lev. f the ecuperating from'-a-major: opera--, ion at Midland, Mich.'It Is hoped" hat she wijl be. able to Uave the V ospilal; am' be at .her. tiome for Christmas!'Mrs..Gene Shaier.'pf 2\ t lighland road, Belair'-Park,' re.-.' ently returned from a week's visit/ with her mother. . :,.'..'!' .--- -'. ; 'Am'onf tris-' p'srtits.'BiVth' at.iffee/" ireeley Convalescent honie ' was ·' the Church of^he'Na'zarene."-' The Hev.: Waller'Vastliinder'.and : several rrierhbers of'riisr''c6nErega- ' ional called at the .home : .with '' reats and gifts. ' - . ' . ' " '·'·". Mr. snd Mrs: Mslvln Horrwckti -.- . were among the. special guestc : e(~Mrs. William.Wall at (He party she'.gave for- her.staff at B one! Thome'..-Thursday: evening. Mrs. Ho'rnecker--· is a daughter of Mrs. r -W«lz.- y · · Circle F^cf, the ' rjlrst M«th«llit '.'. church,, scheduled lo mielThurs- '.. day,'has..postppried the .session tm- '.. Ill the regular dale" in J.anuary/ . ... 'FueMihpprt Costs ,~ *'·"· :'. ; . : ' i " . ·'.' " ''' '··'·' -.··' · ·' ·'·· ',' JERUSALEM--Israel's '(uel^ con'-"' sum'ptio'n increased t6'l : ,l n T t OOO toril.: : in 1954 compared with''952,0*X) tons'" u-1352,-- btit- Uit-iuOney- spehL-fof^ mpo'rting fuel dropped: from* |3T;- '''' 159;000"lo »S3,709,000 during'- ,'tht/' ' , ike period.'' 1 ' ^'.-- :.;"-.'''- ' i" · ' '· . his blood dripping on Ihe -forests accounted for. the red.'They ex plained the yellow as the f a t . t h a spatlered out, of Ihe kettle when the hunters cooked Ihe meat. Cnlris : CHICAGO-- The common cold-li"' America's 'most expensive ailment/ The '500,000,000 molds' caught'' an- · nually cost the United Stales -'an' ' es lima led : five billion dollars ·" In f lost'! wages, vIpsl^pTpduction,'- a'nd'i" mfedicai'-expehses.^-- ~" '' ' ··-'''. .:-':t-'-luc: . . . . · I will not be ; : ; responsible: for :; debts incurred by : »nyon« T other . lan-myself.^j. v v . - . - - ^ . f - ^ r ' .-...-, Waller G e l l m a n . . . . , , , ·m 'Wi Average Family I gel, was given by Dorolhy Dcrring- ton. · · ' - ' A quartet composed of Boyd Slar kel, Robert I.ibharl, Joe Dorn busch and Bernard'Willougby sang seleclcd numbers. A vocal solo, -Peace on Earlh a Chrislmas Time was presented by Jerry Bevcrlin, accompanied b; Carol Morey. : . Gifts were exchanged within thi various departments. girls presented Ihe leaders Sifts and each s:rl received with Girl Scmit calender from '.tw leaders. Five-year pins were', received by Carol McGlothlen, Kiren Anderson, Marilyn Rotlhaus, Cheryl Wallace, Virginia M rris .arc 1 "'arol Brochlrup. The troop members enjoyed a gift exchange and liter refreshments they danced and played games. Members of the health, depsrlrnenl- Weld ^wcre counl: speoia gucsls. Starkcy served as masfc of ceremonies. ·" Dave Werner was -in charge .0 the planning committee, Assistin him were Mauri Straight, ,Slcll Dimmick. Gcrliude · McCulchcon Henry Deitz, Anna Segebartt an Fred Hull. . . WASHINGTON i/n -- The,aver- ge American family, income was bout $4,173; in i954, the Census ureau reported Friday. ·' This: was a slight drop from 1953; ·hen average income in that boom ear reached 5-1,233. However, the 954 'average .family income was early $300 higher than' in 1952, a ain of 7 per cent.. ''. ' ' . . ' The Census Bureau said the 1952954 gain reflected.» continuVrise uring'the years iri 'wdge'rales in most major, induslrie's. . , A big gap existed tichyepn'city nd f a r m families. The average amily .income .'lo. farm families n IKe form of 'products raised i Ihe f a r m anil consumed there. The" report'said about 16 million, or "some MO. per cent; of the na- ion's. families h a d - i n c o m e s · ol 15,000 or mere, in J954. About eight million, or 20 'per cent, had-, incomes r a n g i n g from . 52,000 : to $5,000. . - · " · ; . . - · · ' · ' · Incomes of familtes-in the Soulh \vcie lower than in the test of the country in 1954--$3,300 in the South compared with about $4,500 in each of the other regions. The Census Bureau said this was i because a high percentage of the Southern population lives in rural areas and the Southern population has a larger percentage of non-whiles.than in of the country., · : ·'··'-.' ·· · . .- asked il they'd like to do the job for,'say". $V.SO/,-They would, they said. . - " . : : . i ; " : - V . ·'''.'"-. V : 'An hour, 1 ater'one · of" the " men brought the spanking-clean c»Mo tier home . nearby. He · took"; thie trouble to'sweep up some broken glass in her 'driveway. · But when she offered him: $1.50 plus a q u a r t e r - t i p , he refused to take the money. . - ". " : ."Why?" : she. asked. ; -" r "; : "Well, Ma*am," he said, "we're all Marines, just back from Kb r e a ^ - \Ye're ^on our. way home- to Indianapolis,:- which · we " haven' seen since 194. ''.We're staying .wilh friends-up the .'street :during ^"otir 'layover Everyone-in the neighborhood'has been so nice" to us we thought we't like to .'give them V Christmas presenl.-, And ; : the only thing'' we could think of that we could'afford was' lo 'wash cars.:/ . , · · ':· . "Merry Christmas, .ma'am '* . FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE PURCHASER OF ONE OF GREELEY^S F l H E $ T HOMES IF YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS^ KNOW OF SOMEONE THINKING OF BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME YOU CAN EARN THIS: REWARD BY BRINGING THEM OUT TO SEE if; REWARD WILL BE PAID ON PURCHASE. SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. C A L L 3477-W FOR SHOWING. ^ ·'· . ' -'·' " ' ' . ' ' . ' ' ' · '· "-': \'. ·'''''.· · Compart the feature* of this home with any in 7 Greeiey' priced at S10,000. or more than this! house can be purchased for. Additional savings possible if purchased before January 1.' ; ,.-V.'V···'·'-· Six prttcription crxmiili lo nrvi you »l your fritndly' Rixill drm ttorti. · Gilbtrt-Biihtp' ind Wtldo- rado Drugs.--'Adv. " .. . one candle in ho aecorati nor of Ihe event. Chrislmas party for troop 122 of Arlinglon was held at Ihe Don Id Lake residence, 1M2 Seventh tve- nut this week. The girls had · gifl exchange, 'tang' carols »nd "played qames. Refreshments wert served by the leaden, Mrs. Lake »nd Mrs. ThoMis Rasmussen. The girls were given their crapbooks to take home. They have been working en (hern at their Iroop^ meetings. · RlgM now U the time to have us recondition your radio or llevtaion tet for the holidayi. If your *et l«n't functioning properly, have ui attend ' to the (rouble now. , _ . . . : . . -CHOUSE., . ' " , ·· ! 24-ft,'LivThB-bining Room, fireplace 36-ft. Recriatlon and Living Roorn, . Flreplice,. ' '. '. '. - . - ' , , Large Weitern Cedar Center Hall and Wardrobe^ Cp'rktonc flo'or. 3 large bedrooms, ' built-lp wardrobe*. ' ..^.. 2/1 Tiled Bath's. ' _ ' 2 Sundeelks, off dng! rm. and Master . Bedroom · ' . ' ' . . ' . ' ' ' ^ . . '-' '. t Therniopine Picture Windows' Birch Kitchen,.Kitchen Aid plih- yvas'he'r, 2'SlnVs, Calclnater^rlop- er Range, 11 ft.- Kelvlnatorf'Ham'. ' llton G»«,Drytr, .Whirlpool Wuh: -. err.PendTx.1ron_er| .optionjil. v -: · Photo Laboratory.. · ^. . .' , -, . Root CeTar, garden.tool storage* ~ 2 ear attached garags ., . . · ' '· -LAND '-.-.-: ., V '·:·- ea'uiifully'fandsc'sped'.1J^ acrs'e'n ridge,' with , unobstrutible. vliw-.' of Est«s Park, Longs Rsak, P!«tts : Villey.. . - . - - . . . , ,\. - ^.;-.;i Terraces--Flagstons, brick, 'g'r***'·· with, stone walls and ilargt- reck · ' '«rid flower garden.--"r ;,':'*"'" ,27 Evergreen \rttl, 7 Pfitzsrs, other shrubs: i. . ' V.I ·:''.; 1 · · 7 Fruit trse's: jipple/pjum/s'prlcstf' «ch. ' :''./- ' "·"· --'. ·-··', · 23 shade trsss: Walnut, K'ckber-.' : ry, Msple; Oak,'iawth6rnerLenv .: :-bardy, «tc, . · v ·- : / ,' 3 Currants,-2 Gooseberry bushss, ,Slcawbeii-.iei, rispberrles/alpir*-^ , gulfliracs. 1 · ' ,t'' '·' '-v:v; '''\-.'* Beautiful' lawn'surreunds : ho'us*'.: '** IrrlgstTo'n water.-; v · , . .^- I'^'.r/c'i'jV Half-acre'In alfiEfa and^ paiturejv^ pen. tor livestock,. 7 - / ., i . * - . " . . '

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