Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 8
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THE COTTAGE CHEESE NEW YORK tS^ — The Cottage Cheese is the latest dance craze, which its sponsors expect will replace the Mashed Potato, the Watusi, the Money, the Chicken, the Sl<a and the Frug. Fen K. Doscher, senior vice president of the Lily-Tulip Cup Corp., said the dance was created for teen-agers as part of a program to stimulate the use of the low-calorie, high-protein cottage cheese. He said several hundred disc jockeys across the country are playing instructional recordings of the dance whoso choreographic theme is a camel-like shuffle. It is associated with an Arab trader who, it is said, accidentally discovered the white curd when his milk supply lumped up on a desert trek more than 2,000 years ago. The curds were a primitive cottage cheese form which he found tasty. National Hockey Leasrue By THE ASSOCIATEXI PRESS Tuesday's Result Montreal e' Detroit 0 Today's Games Chicago at Toronto Boston at New York Thursday's Games Montreal at Chicago Detroit at Boston SUB DEBS PLAN DANCE—The above group of Sub Debs have planned a special Thanks- givin^r Hop dance to be held at the Community Center this Friday, November 25, starting at 7:30 p.m. All precedes will be turned over to Cerebral Palsy clUldren. The band will be the "Ivy Five," a local group. Brenda Lee or Nancy Sinatra will call and talk to .some lucky teenager attendtag the dance. Free prizes will be given every half hour. Advance tickest can be bought from any of the Sub Deb girls for 50 cents. Tickets will also be sold at the door for 76 cents. (Delo Photo Craft) STUDENTS SEEKING \VRONG CAREERS JAIPUR, India — Rajas- than state school authorities have a problem. Recent tests shrowed that 92 per cent of tlie state's university students were seeking careers for which they had neither the ability nor the aptitude. Remember When The Postman Rang Twice? By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — Memory is the magic mirror of hfe. At will it can blot out the harsh pj-rsent and in an instant replay the past, bringing to mind clearly aciain the warmth of vanished scenes, voices and faces. And you've got a pretty big storehouse of memories yourself if you can look back and remember when: The postman came to the house twice a day — and still found time to read most of the penny postcards in his deliveiy pouch. All healthy babies were expected to be fat and rosy. • • A good eater would spill more calories on his necktie at lunch than his doctor now allows him for all day. Some prankster in school was always secretly sticking a sign on your back tliat said, "Kick me hard." People would give a good deal of thought before buying anything that cost more than a dollar and a half. Grandpa doled out pennies from a leather coin purse as if they were made of solid gold. At bedtime, small boys had crinkly red marks around their legs — left there by garters that lieid up their long black stockings. .Some small lads were emotionally scarred for life as the result of being forced to wear sissified little Lord Fauntleroy outfits. About the only people who seemed to retire on pensions were railroad men and govorn- inent employes. A per.son from a large town contemptuously i-eferred to a small town as "one of those places where tliey roll up the sidewalks at 9 o'clock at night." Anyone who had been psychoanalyzed kept it to himself and didn't brag about it at cocktail parties. Vodka was drunk chiefly by Russians. Most Americans weren't real sure whether it was the name of a drink or a river. Anybody who took a job ivith the city was thought by his neighbor not to have much gumption. Every banker had a big roll- top desk and a battered cuspi- Du Quoin Plant To Be Enlarged DU QUOIN, ni. (AP) - "Hie Phelps Dodge Aluminum Corp, will double the size of Its Du Quoin plant with a $2.5 million expansion project over the next two years, mayor Jack Struck said Tuesday. Tlie Du Quoin plant, which makei aluminum electrical conductors, employes about 125 people. Tht plant began opera* tions in Du Quoin last year. dor beside it. Wlien unexpectedly confronted with caviar, many Americans weren't sure whether they were supposed to eat it or use It to load a BB gun. sigto load a BB gun. It was widely regarded as » sign of real class for a man to sport a diamond stickpin in his necktie.. Every family kept a large supply, of., epsonr saltp 'l\an^y.. If. drinking the stuff didn't cure what ailed you, you could always take a bath in it. You could hire a good plumber at $5 a day, and a baby sitter for 50 cents an evening. AUCTIONEER ROY TAYLOR Phona 244-1909 Or Write Rt. 7, Mt. Varnen PARKWAY HOUSE ST.101 IS anjoy a chonga of poc* choaie your plon Plan 1, check in Friday oflemowl —»tay thru Sunday oftemoon. flan 1, check In Saturday oder' noon — iloy thru Monday morning. (Single occ. $33.50) (double occ.) Plan 3, fncrude* the obov«, pifn your choice of seasonal attroc- llont (Cardinal Football, Bet*' ball, Opera, etc.) (Single occ. $26.50) € (double occ.) Unique Accommodations Midlown or Airport area Erwy imit ii a cemplete luile with living room, b*<lroeiii,'««cutlv« kitchen and bar... healed peeli. tin* dining rbomi and lounge ... Enjoy MM ZOO, GQI light Square, Ptanelarium, Cardinal Football or Boseboll, Opera, •aikelboll Pn season) ... Three big days, Ivfo glamorous nights. 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