Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 11
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Plato Finds Small Posers Are Toughest ny HAL HoVLE NEW VOttK (AP) - Sidewalk comments of a pavement Plato: Life's biggest problem is making small decisions, tt isn't by gulps but by gnat bites that moat of us are finally destroyed. The great questions of existence are pretty welt beyond our individual control. Since the vast decisions of civilization are out of our reach, why isn't everyone cheerfully fatalistic? ft is because of those nagging little decisions still left us. They wear us down and out in time. None is really important in itself, but they all add up to ulcers and tranquilizers. Take an ordinary man waking up on an ordinary day. He has to decide: "Can I get one more shave out of this blade, or must I put in a new one? "I can't find the toothpaste. If I don't brush my teeth, will they fall out before nightfall? Want Personal Advice Write To Galesburg 's Own ennij Penny for your thoughts appears every Tuesday and Friday in the Galesburg Register-Mail "What cause* that brown taste this morning? Too much soda In the scotch? Should I switch to flit- er cigarettes? "Where's that other shoe? Oh, there you are. Now, which shoe shall I put on first? "Why did I put on socks this color? What tie have I got that'll match them? "I'm sick and tired of eating noisy cereals for breakfast. But if I ask my wife to fix me a silent cereal, is it worth the fight? And what'll she say when I ask her for an extra buck for lunch? "Gee, I'm late. Shall I grab a cab or wait for the bus? Okay, I'll lake the cab. Can I get away with a dime tip—or might I need him again sometime?" Our hero arrives at work already wearying of decisions. But during the day he must also de cide— Whether he can safely postpone until tomorrow some problem that didn't fade away yesterday When to laugh as the boss tells a joke, when the boss himself never knows for sure that he reached the punch line; Whether the vitamin capsule he forgot to • swallow at lunch will do him any good if he swallows it half an hour later. • Whether he can safely sneak out 10 minutes early to be sure of getting a bus seat on the long voyage home. He creeps feebly across this threshold only to confront mote tense decisions: U he picks up the cat by the scruff of her neck and throws her out of his favorite armchair, will she turn him in to the ASPCA? Will his children become juvenile delinquents in revenge If he insists on tuning the television set to the program he wants instead of the program they want? Decisions, decisions, decisions— all day long, every day, Enough to crack a fellow's mind. As he turns restlessly in bed, he wonders if he'd sleep better if he used a smaller pillow. Or should he get up and take a pill? Oops— there's another decision. Birthday h Celebrated At Gilson GILSON - Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Abel,' Dixie, Vicki, Kay and Karen, Mrs. Berniece Hedenberg, Mr, and Mrs. Bordon Johnson and Gary of Galesburg Sunday brought cake and ice cream and surprised their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Moore, for her birthday, which was July 22. She also received several gifts. Gilson News Briefs July donors to the birthday >ank Sunday at the Gilson Community Church were Connie Cramer, Leona Bushong, Bob and Bichy Put- Gotesbura ftegister*Maij, GoljMkw.ro, 111, Thursdoy, July 25, t 963 11 Honor Group At Farewell BUGGED LITTERBUG BOX—A talking trash receptacle stops passers-by in New York's Times Square, carries on friendly conversations with them and urges them not to throw litter on the street. Known as "Lively Louie," the receptacle is equipped with an intercom system, with a master station in an office overlooking the street, a speaker and reply microphone in the container. Some people think there's a midget inside. nam, Mrs. Pearl Moore and Mrs. Fred Swickard. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Becker had Sunday dinner with the Freddie Davis family in Galesburg. The Budd Putnams, Tom and Bob Putnam, attended the annual Putnam reunion at Stevens Lake in rural Gilson. Nigeria Donates LAGOS, Nigeria (AP)—Nigeria has donated 10,000 pounds ($28,000) to the relief fund set up to aid victims of recent cyclones in East Pakistan. READ THE WANT ADS! In Keithsburg KETTHSBtJRG *- A reception and farewell supper was served at the Methodist Church Sunday evening. It honored Rev and Mrs. Robert Wank and family, the new Methodist minister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw and family, who are moving to California, and Mr. and Mrs., Bret Trent and family who moved to Muscatine the first part of June. Master of ceremonies was Kenneth E. Minteer. Mrs. Lulu Stone, Mrs. Curtis Fullerton and Mrs. K. D. Minteer were in charge of music. Keithsburg Briefs Mrs. Dick Norton gave a party to 12 little friends of her son, Scotty, Monday to help him celebrate his seventh birthday anniversary. Games were played during the afternoon with lunch. Mrs. Verna Louck is spending this week in Bettendorf with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Louck, and also with her grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Louck and their new daughter, Lisa Ann, born to them last Tuesday in the Mercy Hospital in Davenport. Hold Charter Night The Keithsburg Lions Club held a charter night Saturday at the Christian Church in Keithsburg with the dinner at 7 p.m. served by the Christian Women Fellowship, with 120 attending. The club was organized some months ago with the following officers president, Lee McCaw; secretary, Francis Endicott; treasurer, Clement Griffith ; liontamer, George Leibengood, and tail twister, Claude Carpenter. The directors are Don Hardin, Tom Holloway, Ray Fox, and Lane McCaw. START NOW Use PARK DRIVE DAIRY Courteous - Convenient wit e! 3 J0 Vl HOME DELIVERY SERVICE Your Family Deserves the Best in Dairy Products. CALL "US" FOR HOME DELIVERY — 343-2149 WE DELIVER THREE TIMES PER WEEK! Galesburg - Knoxville - Abingdon We can't name names but you'll find all your favorite swimsuit brands Don't miss itl You'll recognize the famous abel in every beautiful fashion .,. swimsuits in every design . . , popular fabrics, exciting colors... all at fabulous savings while summer is still very much with us, You'll want more than one! A big, big selection in sizes 8-18. STYLES: % sleek sheaths % flattering boy legs # exciting 2 pc. styles FABRICS: f) smooth-fitting lastex # crisp, fresh cottons 0 Helanci knits Sporrtwttr - Third Floor Guaranteed PERFECT FLAVOR IN EVERY DROP. with new ARO-VAC BOTTLED IN GLASS to protect the purity of milk and the health of your family. VACUUM MILK TREATMENT. — ORDER NOW — In QUARTS, Vi GALLONS or our Economical GALLON JUG. Salesroom Open 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. New Park Drive Dairy Store BROAD and FREMONT STREETS FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS — LUNCH MEATS OLD FASHION ICE CREAM — KRAFT CHEESES COMPLETE LINE BAKERY PRODUCTS Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily including Sundays. PICNIC SUPPLIES Paper Plates - Paper Cups - Charcoal Park Drive Dairy Phone 343*2149 for Home Delivery. 4J^ "First For V>lue NOW IN PROGRESS Summer Sale FAMOUS BRANDS • Darlene • Roxanne Now at One Low Price! 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