Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 24, 1962 · Page 23
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 23

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 24, 1962
Page 23
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ibood. tipi have become painfulr/i The occupant who prefers to-oo the nearest side of $5.) [GREELEY TRIBUNE (obligatory dole out individualiy is expected j si:y wrapped little packages con- cigars, coffee cups, cook- give and receive. tanertk employes, but aayode'ment from $10 to «5 depending ;nrr u^ fof sums to ho performs any service of anyjou its luxury. A "walkup" su- among the postman, paperboys,; lind has come to rely on Yuk:perintendenl can hope lor no milkman, the grasscutter etc beneficence to meet the high cost : . more than J3 unless he also TOS svstem breaks down,' !»»-.'"· chili in the jar, homemade g Mj||j on ChurchltSI of Christmas in their own house-j«nes as garbage man, stocker.! ever «(,,,, neighbors use com- bookmarks, and class kuned ash- holds. Ii a Christmas tip. they 'deliverer and repairman. Then help^^g 5^1* people (j- av s XEW Y ORK -- Eight millioa argue, any different than the busi-,sbould dream of $10. j 0!herj ^ , M ^ Americans do not belong to «r Mssman's annual bonus for serv-! Th«k-Y«i Mmy IChristmas recipients include the ce, weU doner ! From ,, lo « ^^ L in 0,e'o^^ bov ba^ttef c"g Wh. C«h WhH? IChristmas cards of minor person- 'woman", handy man. even bakery; Thus the housewife, ingoodcon-inel around hotels or apartments. 1 lady who always tosses in a few rience or for the betterment of|or residences, for that matter.ieitra cookies. next year's services, must wres-A $3 tip is considered psycholog-j ^i u .|]] be merr i e r with from MEEKER JUNIOR HIGH Christmas program was a presentation of "The Littlest Angel" given by members of the fifth period seventh grad* drama and literature class. Students In the play Meeker Jr. High Christmas Play is The Littlest Angel' Included, left to right, Shirley Slapper, Marcia Floyd, Lucio Armijo, Billy Killebrew, Jim Stroh and Sharon Boehm. Tribune Photo by Prink Gappa Bruntz, Kathy Orthman, Sharon Carol Hoke. R i c h a r James Taylor, Lucio Aim jijo, Jim Stroh. Billy Killebrew |Joe Salazar, Hugh Nash. R o n ,, 'Timothy, Ken Johnson and Ricl Meeker Junior High students' Play director was Mrs. Charo- Spitzer. presented "The Littlest Ansel" leva Luker. Miss Helen Beard was Scene two cast members in last week for their annual Cori* vocal direi-Uir and Iloscoc Booth/eluded Christine liubbel, Bell mas program. orchestra director. Sanchez, Peggy Grossnickle, Lynn The program was presented. Hie ninth grade glee clubs andlJolmson. Bob Ream. Bob Gil'les Monday and Tuiiday evenings orchestra presented the proces- pie. Richard Kountz Carol Alden and Tuesday afternoon for the'skmal. IBcvcrly Bloch, Terry Meister ·Indents in the auditorium. , Members'of the cast in scene ; Janice Goldsmith. Ann Southard The filth pci i.xl seventh grade one included Carolyn Wickwar. 1 Joyce Usel. Eddie Kelt], An drama ;.nd literature class pre- Shirley Slapper, Christine Pisano.iSoutliard, Hugh Nash and Ro pared the program a a class Marcia Floyd, Upe Flores, Con-!Timolhy. project. ^ ^ n j e Bodkin, Sherry Loloff, Joyce; Scene three cast members wer Linda Trupp and Joey Knouse. Accompanist* were D a r r y ing, Margaret Kady and An Southard. Cheryl Brown played the organ. Back stape singers were Sharolj Babcock, Jenncva Bass, Lynne Bloskas, Barbara Boehner. Susan Cole. Susan Grahast, Janet Lund, Roberta Monk, Francine Simpson and Jo Ann Specht. Flute players were Eddie Kelt! and Joyce I'sel. MAY YOUR HOLIDAY GLOW WITH PEACE AND HAPPINESS The employees and management of ALLEN'S 923 !0th St. residential communi- Mon, D«c. 24, 1962 Uuriog the holidays, not only, to slip the super ti a large apart- ; ties a volunteer offn canvasseiihands of these people arc duos- kinds that are reallv pleura to ' m n t fr ' hese holiday tips don't help^^ according ^ ^ re . · any bills, but they do warm ported in Catholic Digest maga- irts, and are probably the onlyizine. t with the complex problems of.icaliy better than ?2 because ow much to whom, and where to! ·aw the line. In large city apartments she may be spared this by obliging uperintendents who send lists ol partment employes to the tenants, including his own name and 'suggested" amounts of cash to x given to each person. Authorities on apartment house ipping, the superintendents themselves, say that dwellers are counted on to shell out approximately 1 per cent of a year's ·ent for doormen, elevator operators, handymen, mailmen, package room attendants, and themselves. $5, depending on ability to igive and value of sen-ices received. Tht Gift Tip Although not even an apple for the teacher is permitted in the New York Schools, in most other areas it is traditional to send Johnny's teacher a tiny gilt, whether he can read or not. In the case of the teacher, the policeman at the school corner or the bus driver, money is in bad taste. However, most mothers believe that allowing youngsters to show appreciation at this time is good training in the holiday- spirit. Thus, finding their ways to the LAY THE JOY AND PEACE Or CHRISTMAS BE m YOU THROUGH THE COMING YEAR ABBETT ELECTRIC CO. 915 16th St. 352-9222 Tips to Whom At Yulerime? By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP N«wlMtur»i Writtr Children and servants in the Oncnl look forward to their cum- sha at certain holiday seasons, |and particularly at the New Year. Cumsha, which has come to .mean small alms, gilts, or bon- :uscs. is a Chinese won associated 'with the «cll paved approaches to .ancient temples and "monuments ! whore mendicant." wait hopefully '(or a little generosity. 1 In this country the cumsha is the Christmas tip, a not so ancient custom prows in complication, confusion and expense to the homcmakers by the season. . Since the 17th Century when the .T. I. P. To Insure Promptness) ; really began to thrive, almost all tipping ha« lost its voluntarj sense. Because some muM de- l|cnd on them entirely for livcli Socks and blocks go nice together from us to you VALLEY BLOCK CO. 2424 6th Avenue 353-3346 THIS 1$ THE SEASON FOR RECALLING WARM FRIENDSHIPS ...AN OPPORTUNITY FOR U$ TO EXTEND OUR SINCERE GRATITUDE FOR YOUR PATRONAGE...AND TO OFFER YOU AND YOUR FAMILY OUR VERY BEST HOLIDAY WISHES. Consumers Oil Co. Corner of 8th Ave. at 6th St. wctraratrnm^TO***^^

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