Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 19, 1973 · Page 18
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tj... gdfesbum ftegister-Maii, (folesburg, III. Tuesday, June 1J,Jj73 Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look In the section in which yoitf birthday comes and find what yoiif outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) —€unb a tendency to scatter your forces. Don't try to do too many things at one time or try to be in too many places at once. It can't be done I April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) *-You may feel unusually ambitious now, but DO realize your limitations. If you don't, you may overshoot your mark -with resultant disaippointment. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —A cherished dream may seem almost impossible of realization, but don't lose faith. An almost "miracuitous" bit of luck could turn the tide in your favor. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Be sure that your motives and meanings are clear to others. Don't take for granted that those close to you will automatically understand. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — A better day for completing old projects than for beginning new ones. Make plans for the latter 'but don't launch for 24 hours. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— A good day. Certain recent pressures should be lifting and some cherished desires can be realized. You have good friends in your corner. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)— Your magnetism should be working overtime now so take the initiative in advancing both career and personal goals. What you ask will be given. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— There could be some conflict within the family circle. If not involved, stay out. If you are, don't blow a minor dispute out of proportion. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius)—Jupiter highly beneficent You can make solid progress now in both business and financial affairs. Organizational efforts also favored. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Don't let your impulses dominate logic—^especially in situations where finances are involved. Recklessness with money now could prove disastrous later. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Lots of action indicated in areas that have been quiet for 'some time. Get in there while the time is ripe—and profit! Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Be willing to give the spotlight to others now. By taking a back seat temporarily you can eventually accelerate YOUR move forward. YOU BORN TODAY have an agile mind - and are extremely dexterous with your hands as well. You are more serious in your outlook on life than many other Geminians and could make an outstanding success in the business world or in the scientific field. Rut you also have a creative side, which would probably best express itself in literature of the profound type. Your intuition is keen and you are extremely sensitive —much more so than your outward bravado indicates. You are gregarious, meet people with ease and exchange ideas readily; would probably do very well in any occupation which involved travel and dealing with the public. Son of Oquawka Couple Receives Missouri Awards OQUAWKA - Dennis L. Wilcox, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wilcox of Oquawka, has been awarded a fellowship by the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Wilcox, a doctoral, candidate in mass communications, is the recipient of the Walter Williams Fellowship in International Press Problems. The fellowship will enable WUcox to continue research on the African press, which will include trips next fall to Washington and New York. Wilcox did his preliminary research in Africa while a faculty member at Chapman College, Chapman, Calif. Wilcox al |SO received two cash awards at the school's recent honors convocation. One was for the best research and writing I in the area of press freedom,! and the second was for an essay regarding Chinese-American relations. The Salmon River in southwestern Idaho is nicknamed Thej River of No Return because it is navigable downstream only. SIMON VINYL STRAW IMPORTED HANDBAGS Reg. $4.00 »88 Many styles in white & colors. Some shoulder. Street Floor SMALL GROUP 100% ACRYLIC IMPORTED SHAWLS Values $X88 to $9 *W One size in Blue, Pink, Green, Beige, Purple Pastel. Street Floor 100% ARNEL PRINT TRAVEL DRESSES Reg. $000 $4.88 <9 Sleeveless with belt. Many colors. 10 to 20. Street Floor TRAVEL OR BEACH CANVAS TOTE BAGS Reg. $10 [00 Large size. Inside plastic pockets. Asst. colors. Street Floor COSMETICS NAME BRAND LIP GLOSS Reg. $2.00, $1 00 Assorted colors in Name Brand Lip Gloss. Street Floor COSMETICS NAME BRAND WRINKLE CREAM Reg. $2.50 $1 00 New, After Sun Wrinkle Cream for your skin. Street Floor ONE SIZE FITS ALL SHEER NYLON PANTY HOSE Reg. $1.49 2 $1 00 Panty hose in Cinnamon, Beige and Taupe. Nylon. Street Floor PERMA PRESS BABY DOLLS AND SHIFTS Y to ! $7 2 For $ 7 00 Sleeveless styles in prints and solids. S-M-L. Street Floor BIKINIS IN BROKEN SIZES AND STYLES Reg. $1.50 For 199 Prints and solids. Lace trim. Sizes 5, 6, 7. Street Floor FIRST QUALITY & IRR. NYLON SLIPS Values $000 to $5 O Trim or Tailored. Broken styles, sizes & lengths. Street Floor IRR. NYLON SHIFT GOWNS BROKEN SIZES & COLORS If Perfect &<*00 feet $Ol to $5 O Values Lace and nylon sheer trims. Sizes: S-M- & L. Street Floor SPORTSWEAR GROUP BROKEN SIZES Values $400 to $25 *t Tops, Bottoms, Skirts, Jeans, Jackets, Knit Tops. O.T.'s Burg SPORTSWEAR GROUP BROKEN SIZES Values to $15 oo Tops, Bottoms, Shorts, Vests, Knit Tops. O.T.'s Burg SPRING & SUMMER SHOE CLEARANCE OFF All spring & summer,shoe styles in this sale. Street Floor FAMOUS MAKER MEN'S TIES Reg. $5.00 For :oo Assorted patterns in wide width men's ties. Street Floor MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS Values $090 to $9 O Dress, Sport & Golf styles. Solid & Pat. S to XL. Street Floor MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT DRESS SLACKS Reg. to $Q00 $20.00 O Famous Maker. Assorted Solids. Size 28 to 40. Street Floor FAMOUS MAKER MEN'S SOCKS Reg. to QA. $2.50 W TC Anklet, Mid-Calf, and Over- the-Calf styles. Street Floor FAMOUS MAKER MEN'S BELTS Reg. to $6.50 $000 Broken sizes and assorted styles in belts. Street Floor FAMOUS MAKER MEN'S SUNGLASSES Reg. to $5.00 1/ 2 m Right when you need them. A selected assortment. Street Floor BOY'S 100% COTTON T-SHIRTS OR BRIEFS 3 f ° p $ 1 50 Reinfbrced at points of wear. Sizes 8 to 20. Street Floor NAME BRAND BOY'S SWIM TRUNKS Values to $5 $1 00 Broken sizes but good selection. Sizes .4-20. Street Floor SPECIAL GROUP BOY'S SPORT & DRESS SHIRTS R $3.50° 50C Short sleeve. White, Pastels & Prints. 4 to 20. Street Floor BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS and TANK TOPS Reg. to $2.80 00 Good colors in variety of stripes. Sizes 8-18. Street Floor PANTRY SHELF OLD LONDON CRISP MELBA ROUNDS 43c Limit 3 Balcony PANTRY SHELF FROG POND FARM SAUSAGE SPECIAL PANTRY SHELF SPECIAL JELLO 2 for 17c Limit 4 Balcony "THE SPOT" GIRL'S DENIM JEANS Values $C0O to $10 D Boy cut girl's denim jeans with flare legs. Second Floor LADIES' FAMOUS BRAND SPRING COAT GROUP Values $0 Ef 00 to $75 $ 25 ( Pastel colors. Broken sizes in Missy & Half. Second Floor EARLY SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES Values to $35 $ 7 00 Many styles & Fabrics. Junior, Missy & Half. Second Floor SPECIAL PURCHASE COULOTTE DRESSES Special Purchase no oo Floral Cotton Prints in sizes 8 to 16. Second Floor 29 ONLY. DISCONTINUED VANITY FAIR BRAS Reg. $4.50 oo "Everybodys" bra in white and Beige. Broken sizes. Second Floor 37 ONLY. DISCONTINUED BALI BRAS 28 B & C 9 Size D Reg. $5.50 Reg. $6.00 $275 $300 Second Floor 19 ONLY, SMALL FASHION HOUR PANTY GIRDLES Reg. to $000 $9.00 Jm Clearance of Fashion. Hour Girdle with cuff. Second Floor CLEARANCE OF LONG LINE BRAS Values to $9 $|oo&$2oo Broken Sizes. Not a complete size range. Second Floor CHILDREN'S COTTON & NYLON SOCKS Values to $1.00 77c Anklets, Crews, etc. White and colors. Second Floor TODDLER BOY OR GIRL SEERSUCKER SUNSUIT Reg. to $3.50 97c Sizes 2 to 4 in - assorled stripes. Keep 'em cool. Second Floor GIRL'S 7 TO 14 JEAN SHORTS 300 Denim, Prints, etc. in color selection. good Second Floor CLOSE-OUT YOUNG JR. NYLON TRICOT LINGERIE r» 57c * 97c Panties, Slips, etc. in White & Pastels, Lace Second Floor GIRL'S FAMOUS MAKER PERMANENT PRESS SLACKS $3.50 m* <9 Size 4 to 6x slacks in white & playtime colors. Second Floor WIGS, WIGS, WIGS SPECIAL PURCHASE $25.00 Value 190 Assorted styles in a range of colors. Second Floor 24"x36" BOUND RUG SAMPLES Reg. to $9.95 00 High quality Nylons and Acrilans. Good colors. Third Floor FRAMED SCENIC WALL PICTURES Reg. $19.95 *10 00 29" x 41" A variety of scenes and finishes. Third Floor SELECTED FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS Values to $49.95 OFF One group of reduced lamps for this event. Third Floor SPECIAL PRICED WIRE ACCENT PIECES Values to $24.95 Vz OFF Magazine Racks, Smokers, and Book Shelves. Third Floor MEN'S OR WOMENS' ELECTRIC RAZORS Reg. $8.88 188 Men's Schick or Ladies' Sunbeam, lightweight. Downstairs Store WEST BEND 30 CUP AUTO. ELECTRIC PERK Reg. $9.88 '99 Delicious brew everytime. Stays hot for hours. Downstairs Store WAGNER ALL METAL STURDY CARPET SWEEPER Reg. $9.95 k 00 Lightweight, for all quick clean-up jobs. Downstairs Store 16-PC. STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARE SET Reg. $19.99 $ 12 99 For cottage or camper. (Includes 3-pc. mix set). Downstairs Store CAST ALUMINUM BUNDT CAKE PAN Reg. $4.50 $200 Heavy aluminum. For molded salads and desserts. PRICES GOOD ONLY £ P.M. it 9 tM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 TWIN, FULL, QUEEN AND KINO SIZE SHEETS 25% off Fancy and Solid color Muslin Sheets, reduced. Downstairs Store FAMOUS MAKER BED SPREADS Reg. to $40.00 :oo Twin and Full size. Solid colors and fancies. Downstairs Store LARGE, ABSORBANT BATH TOWELS Reg. to 0\ For $^ $3.50 X Q Fancy and Solid color bath Towels reduced. Downstairs Store 100% VINYL TABLECLOTHS Reg. $8.00 '99 Assorted solid colors in many sizes. Downstairs Store 2 ONLY, LADIES' 3-SPEED BLUE GRASS BICYCLES Reg. $79.95 $1 199 Hand brakes; chrome-fenders and light, 26" tires. Downstairs Store LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NAME BRAND TOYS 20 % to 50 0 0FF Mattel, Hot Wheels, Tuff Stuff, Horsman, Rernco. Downstairs Store BUDDY L 24" GRILL WITH HOOD Reg. $Q00 $14.90 O Hooded grill with UL approved spit. Downstairs Store SMALL GRILLS & PATIO TABLES Reg. $2.49 j / 0FF to $6.95 72 One group of Grills and Patio Tables reduced. Downstairs Store WEBBED LAWN FURNITURE REDUCED Beach Chairs Chaises Reg. $3.99 Reg. $7.99 $ 2 00 $ 4 00 Downstairs Store WEBBED LAWN FURNITURE REDUCED ROCKERS Downstairs Store Reg. $699

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