Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1964 · Page 5
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Advertisement replaces Yule card — i^V ..* *?**"' ••*M«««k iBaeh day a lew mow persons The surprise of 'this season, the** arivprii<:*mpnt* n *Mi i»nH •y EDDY GILMORI LONDON (AP) — Some Arit ons have begun placing news- piper advertisements instead of lendinf Christmas cards, with th« money savtxi going to charities. A popular spot for the mau- circulation yuletide wishes is the personal column of that staid newspaper, the Times. Some companies even are expressing their yule wishes on the printed pages. Hw«'a ment ia the Times' front p*g»,— personal cobnut: "TtoBriti* known Road Federation i« not tending Christmas cards this year. Instead it is making a daaattan to the Royal Society for tb* Prevention of Accidents." Another reads: "Cable and Wireless wish their friends a Merry Christmas and announce that they do not intend to send out company Christinas cards: Instead they are making a donation to the Missions to Seamen." Each day a few more persons jofa in what Us coma to be as the Times Christmas card game. The majority appear to be peers and peeresses, retired generals, admirals and judge*. Why do they * t»T "I may he old fashioned and square," said retired Judge Noel Hindley, "but the spirit has gone out of Christmas. If it was a real Christmas we are having I would have gone on sending cards." The surprise of 'this season, however, was the Christmas card of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muir. A script-7/riter and author, Muir's card said: "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muir are not taking an advertisement in the Times this year. Instead they are sending Christmas cards to their friends." Asked why, Muir replied: "My wife and I grew tired of seeing those stuffy announcements. The people who put in these advertisements need sending up a bit." Sending up is a British expression for taking down a peg or two. PEDRO WAS ROOK I i STAR NEW YORK on—Pedro Ramos, whose relief pitching helped right the sagging Yanke bullpen in the closing days o the American League pennan race, was a 19-game winner a: a rookie minor leaguer in 1954. Soys wife-talk speaks even louder than money cr.' P I • ;•••••• ft 111 The Magic Of Christmas ™ Comes Alive For HER With * A GIFT FROM DAMON'S Shop Tonight .. . Tuesday and Wednesday Till 9 P.M. Gifts That Sparkle COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 to $30.00 Give a gift of glamour to be sure of a happy reaction. *«H thtS m^ w&i Santa Will Be Here • TONIGHT 7-9 P.M. and • TUESDAY 10-12 Noon 2-5 P. M. 7-9 P. M. f j»«t3 • • ^s*>v & s & *£? '»• rf -53 She'll Love a TREASURED ROBE $3.98 to $29.98 '' : .'-.V. 7 "'' ... A most complete selection of robes and dusters for the women on your list. You'll find just the right type for her. Luxury- robes for lounging, dusters for $ every day wear and robes for special occasions. 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Negligees .. $6.95 to $17.95 Let her enjoy the luxury of lounging in' one of these fabulous negligees. We have a large choice by leading makers. Nylon Slips . . $3.95 to $8.95 Here are the right slips for your costume. Tailored or lace trim. All sizes. Nylon Half Slips $3.95 to $5.95 Choose the color, the style and size you need from this selection. They are beautifully tailored. Lace Trimmed Panties An unlimited selection of styles with delicate <t 1 f)f) lace trims. Briefs and I TO panties. .1 lw Most Popular Gift Of All Handkerchiefs 59c io $3.50 Gay Prints, Embroideries and Laces. Imported and Domestic Styles. Some Initialed. HANDKERCHIEFS • STREET FLOOR Plaid Totes : $*^oo $roo 2 to 5 Large size tot« bag for shoes; or any other items she will want to carry handily. G!ov« Oept. Stre«t Floor If In Doubt- Give a ... ' DAMON'S Gift Ctrtificate LINGERIE • STREET FLOOR Nylon Petti-Pants . A wide selection of colon and style* In Uvese *• /-^ QQ popular under gar i M 7O ments. An'exceptional- / ly fine gift. IIAMO-NS By HAL ROYLE NEW YORK {AP) — There is a widespread belief that the most important language in the world today is English. However, there is in existence a language that is even more powerful and expensive. It is wife-talk. To become a real scholar of his widespread form of communication, it is practically necessary for the student to be two things: Male and married. The first thing a man has to earn about wife-talk is: It never means what it says. It has to be translated. Wife-talk It mad* up of hint and innuendo, gesture as well as spoken word. Another thing a husband needs to learn in dealing with his bride is never to take her oral expressions literally. Mystery between him and her be{ins at the altar and never ends. The rest of his life he will spend desperately trying to find out what the devil she is really rying to express. They are having a meal to- fether and she says sweetly, 'Dear, won't you have some more steak?" Th« recent bridegroom natu- •ally thinks she is interested in his welfare and pleasedly replies, "Yes, sweetie-pie, thanks, " think I will." What he doesn't realize is that wife-talk is* always couched in -he form of indirect discourse and that what his bride actually meant was, "I'm starved, stupid — pass me the meat." At a cocktail party she says of blonde the men are clustering around, "Isn't her hair lovely?" What she actually means is, 'Stay away from that dyed hus- ;y, Buster." She says wistfully on a rainy day, "If anything should ever happen to me, dearest, I want you to marry again and be happy." What she means is, "If you do, stupid, I'll haunt you forev- Gtoto-Gautfe, M«*«n City, la. Dec. 21, 1H4 Wife-talk, of course, requires an answering form of communw caiiou. This is known as hus-f band-talk. It has been scientifically reduced to a single sen-1 tence. No matter what a wife says,I the wise husband invariably replies: "Baby, you said a mouthful! 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