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Nasreen D. TABLE OF CONTENTS Keyl, PA-C 2010.24 willISSUE be starting at Register Cliff Rural CHEWING GUM Health Clinic in pages 1-4 February 2010. Tidbits and Music: Nasreen Keyl is a transplant from Montana but originally NEIL DIAMOND hails from Chicago. She is a recentpages graduate 5-6 from the University of Washington – MEDEX Northwest. Nasreen is excited to be a DRIVE-IN part of theTHEATERS Register Cliff Rural Health Clinic and the Guernsey community pages 7-8 TABLE OF for several reasons. Most of which is the quality of life and the one on one contact she CONTENTS will have with her patients. Before pursuing her Physician Assistant Certification, National Boss Day Nasreen was an EMT in Montana for pages 1-4 six years. She also has experience caring for the Debtors’ Rights elderly as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant. Nasreen really pages 5-6 enjoys caring for the geriatric Fifty-Two Pick-Up population, specifically those pages 7-8 with type 2 diabetes.

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NATIONAL BOSS DAY

From blowing bubbles to freshening your breath by Stanley Drummond to relieving stress – folks chew gum for a variety Bosses are people, too. Tidbits (Really!) Andatevery year of reasons. This week, looks its interon October 16, America pays tribute to them. esting origins and commercial success.

• Actually, National Boss Day was created in • Gum-chewing has been around since the 1958 by an Illinois secretary named Patricia caveman days, when these prehistorics chewed Haroski. She chose October 16 because it was on lumps of tree resin. Ancient Greeks chewed her father’s birthday. Her father also happened ato resin from theat Mastic tree,Nevertheless, known as mastiche, be her boss the time. she felt while the Mayans of Central chomped that bosses in general wereAmerica underappreciated, on a natural gum from andchicle, registered the date with the the U.S.Sapodilla Chamber tree. The American Indians cut up the bark of Commerce as an official observance. of spruce trees to obtain the sap they chewed.

• They Interestingly enough, 2005European survey done by an shared this with aearly settlers, international human resources consulting firm who added beeswax to make the concoction easier to chew. revealed that the majority of employees would trade places with their boss. The primary • not John Curtis was probably the first to sell reason given the change that chewing gumwas commercially. In would 1848,result he betweenup them and their could cooked spruce tree co-workers. resin on hisThey Franklin stove, called it State of at Maine Pure Spruce no longer ignore or laugh any slackers in their Gum, and sold two pieces for a penny. department; they’d be responsible for any poor • performers. An Ohio dentist came up with an idea to

thestarted jaws and stimulate the gums • exercise Hallmark selling Boss Day cardsofin his patients, and in 1869, William Semple 1979. While they don’t reveal actual sales received the first patent for chewing gum. He figures, they do disclose that the “holiday” is never marketed his product (made mostly of poised to break into the list of top 10 card-sendrubber) commercially. ing events within the next few years. turn turnthe thepage pagefor formore! more!

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• The first gum to be sold from a vending Tidbits of Glenrock, Douglas & Wheatland Page 2 machine was one of Thomas Adams’ brands, Tutti-Fruitti. The machines were installed in CHEWING GUM (continued): 2nd Quarter 2010 GUM (continued): CHEWING New York City subway stations in 1888. • Remember the Alamo? Notorious Mexican Week 24 is credited with the invention of • Frank Fleer dictator and general Antonio Santa Anna played a major role not only at the Alamo but also in bringing chewing gum to America. Living in exile on New York’s Staten Island in 1869, he made the acquaintance of Thomas Adams, whom he told about a gummy substance from the Sapodilla tree that his countrymen had been chewing for centuries. Santa Anna had a ton of chicle shipped to New York, with the intent of combining it with rubber to make cheaper tires and rainboots. When all the vulcanization experiments failed, Adams came up with a plan to manufacture chewing gum. He received a patent for a gum-making machine in 1871 and began producing unflavored chicle gum. He then added sarsaparilla flavoring and called it Adams New York No. 1. His next additive was licorice flavoring, and a long-time favorite, Black Jack, came into being, remaining in regular production from 1884 until the 1970s.

• Chicle gum was a good replacement for the spruce and paraffin-based gums because it was smoother, softer and held its flavor. Over the years, chicle has been replaced by newer synthetic materials that are much less expensive, and there are very few companies still using natural chicle. Besides a gum base, gum ingredients are sweeteners, flavorings and softeners, such as glycerin or vegetable oil. A stick of sweetened gum contains about a half teaspoon of sugar. That white powder on a stick is a type of granulated sugar called “rolling powder.” A sugar substituted is dusted on sugar-free gums. • The first gum to be sold from a vending machine was one of Thomas Adams’ brands, Tutti-Fruitti. The machines were installed in New York City subway stations in 1888.

bubble gum in June 6 -June 121906, calling his formulation

Blibber-Blubber. But his recipe never made Page 2 it to market because it fell apart, was hard to chew and was too sticky. Fleer’s company didn’t give up its experiments, however, and in 1928, 23-year-old Walter Diemer, one of Fleer’s cost accountants with no chemical experience, perfected the process and named his creation Dubble-Bubble. As he worked on the mixture, the only food coloring on hand in the lab was pink, and bubble gum’s characteristic color was the result. Sad to say, Diemer didn’t patent his invention because he was afraid of revealing its secret, and it wasn’t long before the competition got into the act, most notably Bazooka.

• The Topps Company began manufacturing Bazooka bubble gum shortly after World War II. They started adding comic strips featuring an eye patch-wearing Bazooka Joe to each piece in 1953. In the 1930s, a comedian named Bob Burns invented a tubular musical instrument using two pipes and a funnel. Burns called the contraption a bazooka, based on the sound it created. Bazooka Joe took his name from Burn’s invention, and stranger still, so did the rocket launcher known by the same name! • When 29-year-old William Wrigley arrived in Chicago in 1891, he had $32 to his name. He got his start selling soap, offering free baking powder as an incentive to his customers. Before long, the baking powder was selling better than the soap, and he made a switch. As an incentive to buy more baking powder, Wrigley offered free chewing gum with each can. We all know what happened next! Wrigley introduced Juicy Fruit in 1893, spearmint shortly afterward and Doublemint in 1914.

powder as an incentive to his customers. Before long, the baking powder was than June 3 selling - Junebetter 9, 2010 the soap, and he made a switch. As an incentive to buy more baking powder, Wrigley offered free chewing gum with each can. We all know 2nd Quarter 2010 what happened next! Wrigley introduced Juicy FruitWeek in 1893, 24 spearmint shortly afterward and Doublemint in 1914.

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Q.: Did you hear about the astronaut who stepped on chewing gum? A.: He got stuck in orbit!

1. What important innovation in the gum industry hit the market in the early 1950s? 2. This cinnamon gum hit the shelves in 1976 and is the number one in sales of all cinnamon gums. What is it?

1. Scottish singer Lonnie Donegan had a big hit in 1959 with an amusing novelty song. What was it? 2. Introduced in 1928, what product contains 227 mg of a pain-killing analgesic? 3. What common gum can produce hiccups if used excessively? 4. In 1899, a New York druggist created a breathfreshening gum and named it by combining “dental” and “hygiene.” What was it? 5. What wintergreen gum featured Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass in its ads, showing people doing a little dance whenever they chewed their gum?

“Flattery is like chewing gum. Enjoy it, but don’t swallow it.” – Hank Ketcham, creator of the “Dennis the Menace” comic strip

In 1923, the Fleer company began adding trading cards with their products. These included athletes such as Babe Ruth, but also stars of the screen Gloria Swanson and Mary Pickford. In later years, the Topps Company had contracts with nearly all the major league baseball players for their trading cards and even sponsored bubble gum-blowing contests among the players.

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Do you know the difference between a train and a teacher? The teacher says, “Spit out your gum,” but the train says, “Chew! Chew!”

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This word means: components of a mixture, especially an item of food or flavoring included in a recipe

1. “Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?” 2. Aspergum 3. Nicotine gum, used for smoking cessation 4. Dentyne 5. Clark’s Teaberry gum. (The dance was the “Teaberry Shuffle.”)

2nd Quarter 2010 Week 24 Q.: Did you hear about the astronaut who stepped on chewing gum?

JUNE IS NATIONAL DAIRY MONTH A.: He got stuck in orbit!

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Temperatures drop, skies turn gray, snow falls, and suddenly, the world outside your window is devoid of color. Everything is covered in white, and while lovely, the snow will eventually melt, leaving your lawn and garden in a dull state. Fortunately, there are ways you can infuse it with color, even during the wintertime.

furniture. A deep red bench will add an instant pop of color to a dreary landscape. Throw in some bronze urns and copper-colored lanterns, and you will really liven up the space. To direct the eye to the more colorful areas of your lawn and garden, lighting is a must. You will find a number of exterior lighting options, which you may use to highlight whatever areas you desire. With some diligent research and care-

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Although most plants are dormant in the winter, there are some that continue to grow and thrive. Holly is an excellent example and comes in several varieties, many of which feature red, orange, yellow, black, white or cream-colored berries. Evergreens are another option. These come in many shapes, sizes and colors ranging from green to blue with all shades in-between. Garden climbers, like weeping winter jasmine, clematis and winter honeysuckle, will also add a myriad of colors to your lawn and garden. Even plants that go dormant can provide color in your garden in the winter. Ornamental grasses will stop growing in the winter, but their dried plumes will remain, as will the flower heads on many shrubs. Although they won’t have any leaves, birch trees and paperback maples will continue to provide color through their peeling bark. You can create further color in your lawn and garden with accessories and

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Al’s Way was named after the Glenrock High School coach, Al Finch. Al’s Way is the old Chicago North Western Railroad Right of Way. It was purchased by the town in November 1990 and constructed in September 1994 with many added improvements since then. Some of the features of Al’s Way are a centennial bench and a petrified wood arrangement donated by the Honadel family. The trestle was built in 1911 by the American Bridge Company of New York. There are numerous newly planted and established trees along the 2.5 miles of pathway. Al’s Way has undergone several changes this year. There have been the addition of lights along the pathway, the addition of a drip watering system to care for the trees, new benches and the addition of the geological monument donated by the

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Honadel family. This wonderous arrangement of petrified wood is an amazing work of nature. The Town of Glenrock, along with it’s community members, continually work to enhance the parks system. For the summer of 2006, Al’s Way received another facelift in the addition of twenty-eight new trees: nine Patmore Ash, nine American Autumn Purple Ash and ten Spring Snow Flowering Crab. The Glenrock Public Works Department laid out the holes for the trees, dug the trenches for the drip watering system and had the topsoil waiting next to each tree site for the volunteers. Then they brought the trees to the site from storage. The cooperative efforts of the volunteers and the Public Works Department made quick work out of the tree planting. They were able to actually plant the trees in less than two hours, not counting the preparation time. The Wyoming Department of Transportation awarded a Transportation Enhancement Activities Local Program Grant (TEAL) to the Town of Glenrock for an extension of the pathway from the trestle running parallel along Deer Creek through the Glenrock Town Park in 2005. It will be an instructional pathway displaying plaques depicting the water crossings of the historical trails and of the beginnings

of the town when it was named Mercedes. There will also be plaques identifying the local flora and fauna. The pathway has been completed except for the placement of a few more plaques. Lighting has been installed and there are several benches placed along the pathway.


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• Hollingshead obtained U.S. Patent 1,909,537 for his idea, and with a $30,000 investment, opened his drive-in on Camden’s Crescent Boulevard on June 6, 1933. His sound system, which he called “Directional Sound,” consisted of three main speakers mounted next to the screen. Admission price was 25¢ for the car and 25¢ for each person ($4 maximum per carload) to see the feature comedy “Wives Beware.” He used the advertising slogan, “The whole family is welcome, regardless of how noisy the children are.” • Although Hollingshead’s drive-in only operated for three years, he paved the way for the spread of a new industry. Within eight years, 27 states had drive-in theaters, and 15 years after the first one, there were more than 800 across America. By their peak in the 1960s, that number was close to 4,000. Improved sound techniques brought poles to the lot with individual speakers for patrons to hang on their car windows. These were later replaced with a broadcast system that used a vehicle’s radio, eliminating damage to speakers and poles caused by cars.

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Company had contracts with nearly Tidbits of Glenrock, Douglas Page 8 all the major league baseball players for their trading cards and even DRIVE-IN THEATERS 2nd Quarter 2010 sponsored bubble gum-blowing Weekthe24 June 6 marks the 77th anniversary of the opening contests among players. of America’s first drive-in theater. This week, June 6 -June 12 Tidbits looks at the history of this form of enterPage 7 tainment. • Camden, New Jersey, was home to the first drive-in theater in the U.S. It was the brainstorm of Richard Hollingshead, whose family owned a local chemical plant. Hollingshead experimented with the idea in his backyard, beginning with a sheet nailed to trees and a 1928 Kodak projector attached to the hood of his car. He positioned a radio behind the sheet and began tests for sound, car angle and weather conditions.

• Hollingshead obtained U.S. Patent 1,909,537 for his idea, and with a $30,000 investment, opened his drive-in on Camden’s Crescent Boulevard on June 6, 1933. His sound system, which he called “Directional Sound,” consisted of three main speakers mounted next to the screen. Admission price was 25¢ for the car and 25¢ for each person ($4 maximum per carload) to see the feature comedy “Wives Beware.” He used the advertising slogan, “The whole family is welcome, regardless of how noisy the children are.” • Although Hollingshead’s drive-in only operated for three years, he paved the way for the spread of a new industry. Within eight years, 27 states had drive-in theaters, and 15 years after the first one, there were more than 800 across America. By their peak in the 1960s, that number was close to 4,000. Improved sound techniques brought poles to the lot with individual speakers for patrons to hang on their car windows. These were later replaced with a broadcast system that used a vehicle’s radio, eliminating damage to speakers and poles caused by cars.

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2. Aspergum 3. Nicotine gum, used for smoking cessation 4. Dentyne June 3 - June 9, 2010 5. Clark’s Teaberry gum. (The dance was the “Teaberry Shuffle.”)

2nd Quarter 2010 Week 24

JUNE IS NATIONAL DAIRY MONTH birthstone: PEARL

1. Sugar-free gum 2. Wrigley’s Big Red

In the late 1800s, an Ohio physician developed a gum he felt would aid digestion. He used chicle and an enzyme that breaks down proteins, pepsin. Dr. Edward Beeman named his product after himself, and Beeman’s gum was produced until 1978.


Tidbits of Glenrock,Douglas and Wheatland, 06/03/10