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The Greece press. (Greece, N.Y. ;) 1934-1958, June 12, 1958, Image 9

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r>: 7l fo r-A ll Headadhes \A lthpvgh headaches are .not dis- pasgs that; ^require treatment, .they should; hever be' ignored- because they are often, the sj^ptoins of disorHers of a serious hature. No achO or pain is pleasant, but any discomfort which serves as a vvaraing signal should be con-? si^orod one of nature’s benefits. ' headaches are signs that all is - -not \we&nn some 1parh o f ^he body, , o r that fever is present. Only in rare cases is the brain Itself in distress. • . The mechanic's of a headache are tmlcnoAYn but, since the brain has no nerves pf feeling, the irri­ tation is likely due to pressure on nerves J)etween the brain-and the skull. The most common type of head- ' is produced by h i e ‘stresses of everyday living. The conflicts and problems of home, work, or- school can build up tensions and pressures that result in conditions varying from dull aches to” the painful “migraines” which are chronic with many. Second in headache frequency is the misery which accompanies infectious diseases such as colds, flu, and childhood diseases. In It 'i s a pleasure to start this I made by with due and rincbre' cottgratula* tions to yrgar. .Chevrolet. Ihc., of Stone Hoad. A letter of commen­ dation was received, by thehi from Oovernojr H a r r idan % d Com- merpe\ tJornmissipnerf^ Edward T. Dickinson for theit sales slogan, \For the Best Vacation Ever, See New York State First.”' A plaque with this letter was displayed in thd foyer of Sibley’s tea room la=.t week, and at present it is in the entrance of the hincoln-Koches- ter Trust Company office. ■ SPAtL , C H a ripttf 8 -(» 26 -y?^ We are sorry to report the ser­ ious illness of Mrs. J. Ralph Shotwell of 250 Woodcroft Drive. -She is in- Northside\ Hospital and we hope she is much improved at this time. Mrs. Shotwell is the wife of the Rev. J., Ralph Shot- well of the Greece Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schellberg of 236 Eimguard Road and their three children will drive to Alaska for a month’s vacation. Mr. and Mrs,_ Earl Bangsberg , of LaCrosse. Mjss Bangsberg is a graduate of Wis­ consin-.State College-and the fu­ ture bridegroom is a graduate,of the 11; S. Naval Optical School a,t Great Lakes, 111. The wedding is planned ior July 1 ^ i n C r o ^ ^ A pretty wedding in Hope Lutheran Church united.,,. Miss Janet Huber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joe Huber, and Lawr­ ence E, Wiler, son of Mr. and Mrs.^ Arthur Wiler of Mt. Read Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Carr of 315 Bennington D’rive have -an­ nounced the arrival of a son on 7. ■ ■ And a new voter arrived on June 8 at 1.66 Hager Road—the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farnand. Our Miss Phyllis Heberger of 199 Ellington Drive makes a very pretty treasurer in the Stu­ dent Council at John Marshall High School. ■ ----------------lesser liuiuuers, but all too com- — mon, are headaches associated with high blood pressure and con- ditipns of the eyes, teeth, ears, and nasal passages. Lastly,' and reaUy rare, are those resulting from brain tumors and hemorrhages. We are all familiar with the temporary t y p e of headache brought on by pver-^indulgenCe in exercise, food, tobacco, or alco­ holic beverages. These respond ----- quickly to rest and more moderate bdhavior, and do not return unless the extreme activity is- repeated. Few people would confuse one of these with the' persistent type re­ sulting from an internal cause. All headaches that are severe ______ ____ or recurring, or both, deserve the attention of a physician. Self treatm ent of even the most pain­ ful headaches is an all-loo-com- moiL practice indeed. While the medications employed are usually harmless in themsrfves, their 'use may disguise atlier \symptoms and possibly dd.dy proper treatment of the ^responsible condition. The Health Association of Roch­ ester and Monroe County cautions you to remember that killing any pain with a drug or patent medi­ cine is dangerous unless the cause and correct treatment have been determined. Let your physician prescribe, and then follow his , recommendations carefully. - J^oan Mario Chrictmao is Duoh a pretty name for that new young lady, bom on June 10. Her proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray­ mond Christmas of Alonzo Street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bonesteel of Woodcrest Road are the proud grandparents. Nei^iHon School Btidget Shows $195,288 Increase • / The Board qf Education of Hilton Central School District ha: ►roved a budget ’ calling for a total expenditure of $1,070,97 $1,070,976,34, ation, $86,781.84; maintenance, $3fl,6! fixed charges, $'70,176.24; debt servic $26,565.65. proved divided as follows; General control, $8,580.85; instructional service, $563,23401; oper- ice, $171;180:75, and capit social se- rity costs and the first principal . lymdnt on new addition amount- ihg to $30,000. Of the $195,228.52 increase ia expenses for the coming year, the state will pay approximately $145,- 000, with the balance to be raised by taxes. : k $26,565.65. These expenditures are ^195,- 18:52-ltithm M lranribe'\Current tal. The increase is largely due to the addition of 13 new teachers, salary increases, more money for supplies and new textbooks, and increased operating expense result­ ing from the opening of the new wing of the junior senior high building. There is a slight increase in transportation costs, increased in- The Greece Press June 19, 1958 REAL COOL, MANI THESE RAY BAN Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forrest of Brookridge, Drive have; returned after an extended honeymoon. They were married June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Robert HeTiun-ger,4^f»Pe»*^ «t ‘Gamp Beechwood at , arations for their third ami Greece Miss Pursues Nursery School Study Carol Gillette, who lives with her parents Anthony and. Jose­ phine Gillette at 1360 Ridgeway Avenue, has just completed the first year In a two-year curricu­ lum at the State Institute of Coblesklll. She is studying nursery education and hopes one day to work with handicapped children, such as those afflicted with cer­ ebral palsy. While at -Cobleskill this year, - Carol became interested in the junior college's little theatre group? She was active in back- stage work when the group pre­ sented a comedy called ‘‘The Wed­ ding,” which played in four per- Town Girl Graduated From Potsdam College Virginia. Laakso, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Laakso, 250 Ellington Drive, was one of 260 teachers and future teadhers who received degrees last Satur­ day at State University Teachers College at Potsdam. A bachelor of science degree was .conferred on Miss Laakso. While, attending Potsdam, Miss Laakso was a -member of Agonian, a social sorority; the Crane' Chor­ us, Student Government Associa­ tion, Future Teachers of Amer­ ica and College Choir. She was on the typing-staff of •’Pioneer,” the collese yearboo'k, and was chairman of TRe^Tecth committee for the ice carnival. Miss Laakso will teach second- grade pupils in Plainfield, N. J., starting m September. formerly of 22 Haviland Park, are occupying their new home at 6 Ridgewood Drive. ympathy is extended to Mr. hnd Mrs. Lewis Beem of 422 Mc­ Call -Road in the tragic loss of their son. Bradley. . - ____ - June is a busy month of wed­ dings and. in our fair town, it-is exception. I must take this opportunity to extend best wishes to our 1957 harvest queen, the form e r, Diane McCarthy of 234^ Windsor Road and Christopher J. Farrell, Jr., who -were married on June 14. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell will be in their new home in Alden Road about July 15. Mr. and Mrs. John Regan of Maiden Lane have sold their house and will move to Ironde- quoit early this Suro,mer. GIRL SCOUT NEWS . Iroquois District Mrs. ■ Jane Danielson of ^ Ridgemont Di ive reports that' the Brownies and Girl Scouts of St. ' 200 1 So-dus this coming weekend. Intermediate Scout Troops 525, j 524, 229, 665, 397 and 312 and. Brownie Troops 761 and 763 w ill, spend three days enjoying a pro­ gram of shimming, learning out­ door skills ~and campfires. BrowhTe Troops 795, 84 and 791 will arrive at Camp Beechwood by bus Monday to spend the day with older girl troops. A camp tell will be given out to the girls attending this camporee under the guidance of Mrs. Mich­ ael Guider and Mrs. John Hart. Plans are underway for campr ing at Frantonia Notch in Ver­ mont National Park by Troop 82 of Church of the Master with Mrs. Betty Saunders as leader; Troop 252 of Bethany Church, with Mrs. Grace Massy as leader, and Trpop 382 of Greece Baptist- Church, with Mrs. Frances Perk- Congratulations to Miss Nancy ‘ leader. The trip w 11 be Blattner of 3353 Ridge Road West ^^ade by bus. The counselors will her marriage plans with Fred Mrs. Jane Euhle. Mrs. Ev-elyn | Fabry of 2227 Dewey Avenue. Baxter, Mrs. Caroline Bucholtz i Suro^e: Edward H. Burton of 92 Hamp­ den Boulevard. Ralph Genrich of 505 Ridgemont Drive and Eliza­ beth Lutz of 1433 Long Pond Road are among the recent gradu­ ates of State University Techni­ cal Institute at Alfred. Baxter, Mrs. Can -and Ntrs. FVances Perkins. News comes to ' us that an­ nouncement of the engagement of Miss Sylvia Bangsberg of La Crosse, Wis., to Navy Petty ‘Offi­ cer 3/c Ronald J. Uber, spii,_of Mr,' and Mrs.. James U b e r' of St,onewood Avenue has been Graduating Class Hears New Parish Pastor ,-The Rev. John S. Whalen, pastor of Our Lady of Mercy Parish, in Greece, was baccalaureate speaker at the recent commencement exer­ cises at Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart at Purchase, N. Y. . Father Whalen's niece, Judith Whalen, daughter of Ml*, and Mrs. Louis A. Whalen. S r ^ o f 379 Pine- crest Drive was among dhe 122 g r a d u a t e . ^ . _________ ------------- So easy on the eyes—ami now better than everl^A Y B .\N —the smartly styled, effective sun glasses. Have them w th V gradient density (that is, mirror coated to n deflect the sun’s rays at top, top and bottonit or all over.) Or, W.&P. will grind them to your eye physician’s prescription, to wear whenever you need glasses. At W.&P. you’ll find dozens of styles to choose frefm. Come in soon, and spark-up your summer seeing! 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