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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - December 23, 1952, Boone, Iowa
To is said that Good things come in threes then accept our wishes for Good health. Good Luck and Good cheer for Christmas and the coming Neil year. L. H. Engstrom Coal co. Film land Xmas parties mostly rented affairs 6 Boone news Republican Tarn May St. La i by Ahne to by Hollywood up a movie stars Are planning gala Christmas parties with glittering glassware Fine China and gleaming silverware but the next morning a truck arrives to haul it All away. As in Many another Community the party props in Movic town Are often rented. This yuletide season the rental companies Are doing a brisk business. A at Many parties we furnish everything from the food to chairs tables silverware dishes linens and even cigarette holders and Ash trays for each table a said Tracy Epstein party expert at j Abbey rents which caters to the i movie Colony. A a a hostess does no to worry about breakage this the rental company offers the Way o the backyard to direct finest of China fanciest of table a Gutsu away from the cd fixings for a party tossed by Laraine Day and Leo Durocher. Tile company a Bill was $3,000�? and that did no to include the food and liquor. A a we sent tables chairs and dishes for Danny Kaye a party a Epstein added. A a we rented Beautiful Bone China to Bob Hollywood party guests not Only done to get to see the hostess own dishes but some times they done to get into the House. The current fashion is to toss the affair outdoors to save Wear a and tear on the indoors. Abbey Bents has used Ali film to Seal in patios of party givers Zsa Zsa Gabor and Dean Martin. It rained during Tyrone Power s recent shindig but the guests were snug in a Ali film room heated by a special Little Furnace. A a at Many parties they done to let the guests into the House at All except to use the restrooms a Epstein said. Quot we once put up a sidewalk canopy from the drive once upon a Christmas eve by William Ritt now Esko Well at the Reindeer Are lost tint no one knows the Way Bock to Santa s Headquarters. Bad a says Dasher. Worse a toys dancer. A a awful a says prancer Little ski is too byte worrying to say anything. High in the sky the storm King and Jack Frost look Down and see the sad Little group. We ought to help a says the storm King. Quot we must help a answers Jack Frost a and i have an idea How we can do it a re the storm King shapes one of hit Snow Clouds in the form of a hand the forefinger pointing in the right direction to Santa Claut Headquarters. All Day Long Eski and the Reindeer follow the sign until it is too dark to tee Jack Frost twists icicles so that glittering in the Moonlight they too Point the Way. Its the Day before the Doy before Christmas. Will they get there in time hurry Essif hurry Reindeer Sec next Page. Evua Ayrf of to my Ifim 1922-Phonc 04 10th Street Boone la. Cloths and even silverware a a that looks just like the adj mining guests never know the i difference he said. I recently Abbey rents furnish some hostesses done to even use their own lawns for one party the rental company protected the Lawn with a 0811 01 of artificial grass. Abbey rents has serviced Many a party that Cost $10,000. A a but its deductible from income tax a Epstein explained. With Best to tithes for Christmas Herzog sewing service players get even break Boston up a Hammy Moore Trainer of the Boston Bruins bought All Neutral Sticks for his hockey players this year. The Sticks arc the same and each player bends the stick to suit himself. Christmas greetings said old Money switch in Many tongues at . Game still works by Harry Williams United press staff correspondent United nations. N. up a wishing All your friends a merry Christmas Here at world Headquarters is a Tongue twisting exercise in global greetings. A King Chu Sheng tan you say to the Delegate from China Ani to the correspondent of the icelandic broadcasting system its a a led leg of the Philippines Diplomat prefers Spanish you say a a Felloes pascuas a but if he likes tagalog pronounce it in Sweden its the norwegians a a led leg a a god jul a All the French speaking counties use a Joyeux in Brazil where the language is portugese the greeting is a Felice a a delegates from the Netherlands say a Brett in Kerst mis a and in the Union of South Africa the phrase in afrikaans is Kersee germane Finland and Italy re not members of the u. A Chicago up a his demonstration of How Hanks operate Cost George la Bash 69, his lib savings of $6,000. The new found companions showed la Bash $12,000 in a tavern and said they would like to Deposit it in a Bank but it was too hard to make withdrawals. La Bash said it was easy to get Money out and he withdrew his savings As an example. One of the men. Labish told police took his $6,000 and put it 813 Keeler Street phone 24 always practice traffic safety we sincerely Hope that you and your loved ones will share in every Christmas pleasure. Tand May the new year be one of Good health and Contentment for Oil our Many friends. German Christmas greeting is a Ufi Ohlicher Weihn Achten Quot for Finland its a a Huskea Joumaa a and in italian ifs Quot Felice Natal a pronounced almost but not quite like the portuguese the British usually say a Happy Christmas Quot instead of a merry Christmas and the arabs who Don t even celebrate Christmas say a Mubara k Greet i nos. By Alme Mosby United press Hollywood writer Hollywood up a Wanks to Hollywood s real life Santa Claus a shivering invalid in Maine will get an electric Blanket for Christmas this year. A California widow receives a wheelchair. ,. And a North Carolina woman can pay her doctor Bills. Hollywood s Santa is a celebrity of show bushmen who an any Mously hands out checks signed Only Santa clause to needy persons he hears about. For five years he s Given away $30,000 a year and every Yule tide i visit Santa to find out whose chimneys hell climb Down. He wears custom made suits instead of that red outfit he is beardless his a North pole is a Swanky office and Santa s Helper is a gorgeous Brunette who wears sweaters. A i Don t want anyone to know who i am or id be criticized for seeking publicity a explained Santa a handsome dark haired Man. A i get personal satisfaction from this so its really a selfish the town clerk in owls head. Rewrote to a Santa Claus c o Security National Bank. Holly Wood 28. California a about a sick woman in a nearby town who needed the Blanket to keep warm this Winter. Santa sent a Check with a comforting note and his usual set of Golden rules. A Bryson City n. Widow got $100 to pay milk and doming Bills for her turn children. A Glendale Cali widow found Money for a wheelchair in her Mailbox. One grateful receiver sent Santa a painting and others remember him with Christmas cards socks and ties. A but some never write to thank me a mused Santa. Hays cleaners 1016�?tth Street Hume 604 adding $1,000 to the Money thank la Bash for his trouble. To the Job becomes a Little More i but their languages Are spoken1 in a handkerchief he said he was complicated. Some tagalog frequently in the u. N. Corridors speakers say a pm Agangang Pas by special representatives meter to a which Means Quot Beautiful i Peters and correspondents. The Christmas a but others say a Mali Mayang Pasko a or a merry Stern faced delegates from the soviet Union Are wished a a so Roth a Estrom Khris Tovim a and to the representatives of communist Ukraine its a ave Solakh Svia polish represented ves say a owes Clynch Swiat a hut the yugoslavs say a cretan Czechoslovakia s greeting is a a Veseli Ranoche a the greeks say a Skala Norway and Denmark both say something like Quot led leg Jol a Only Santa Gaus of Hollywood gives $30,000 each year look Silhi Zuj Bijou "u4 ii oms Freel i insurance and real estate Security building phone 183 fit h. Arf Quot a a a Quot a a a rom Ere uhe Fory Quot Mer it Chrisma. A a Goodyear service former Star is u. S. Housewife Omaha neb. Up a a former German opera Star Josy Ritter Haussen is now a housewife Here. She is mrs. Donald Whaley. Mrs. Whaley commanded $800 a concert in War time Germany and Sang with the Berlin state opera until 1045. The Young coloratura Soprano lost everything however when the russians came. She fled with her Mother to Munich where she gave piano lessons to american airmen their children and wives Iii order to support herself. In 1948 master sergeant Don i Ald Whaley signed up for lessons. I business turned into Romance and they were married in 1951. She still gives music lessons i and sings As an Amateur hut Eon centrals mostly on being a housewife alway practice traffic safety
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