Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 24, 1963 · Page 22
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32 Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Tuesday, Sept, 24, 1963 Beauty Shops Probably Are Mad at Boyle » By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Jumping to conclusions: Tf your wife worries about her complexion, tell her a long walk in the rain will improve it more than a trip to a beauty parlor. Irish girls are noted for their lively complexions. But they are brought out by the rain mists of their native land, not by any magic lotions or expensive creams. The first thing most Southern people do after moving here is to qiu't eating grits. The second thing they do is start drinking scotch instead of bourbon. Since Helen Hayes quit playing Queen Victoria the American theater has been going steadily downhill. Manhattan's street vendors of roasted chestnuts make most of their money off tourists. I never knew anyone who ate one sack who ever tried another. It used to be a sign of success to carry an attache case. Now it's a badge of the dull and unimportant. Here's something you can bet on. Nine out of 10 men who have a martini for lunch will pass the dessert. But three out of five suburban housewives in town for a luncheon spree take both cocktail and dessert. There's a lot of talk about landing a man on the moon by 1970. But I'm willing to eat the helmet of any man who gets to the moon and back by 1975. The easiest way for a smart girl to land a good job today is to learn how to take dictation well. Businessmen say most secretaries are lousy at it. The reason many men remain bachelors is that they can't find a woman who can sew on buttons as well as they can. The best practical psychologist I knew was an elderly panhandler who said, as he held out his hand, "Gee, you've got a beautiful face." Each sucker, after giving him a quarter, paused at the next store window and looked in it self-consciously at himseif As soon as he is promoted to detective, a patrolman starts wearing tight shoes — so no one will think he's a flatfoot. That's why plainclothesmen have more trouble with their feet than a cop on the beat. A man is poor when his wallet is empty, but a woman never BudgetSright PRINTEDJJATTERNI 492& NOTE: Send pattern order* direct to New York. Watch addrew below. Orders will NOT be accepted al Galeiburg newspaper office. Picture this flattering, soft brimmed cloche in jewel-bright velveteen, bengaline, linen or cot ton—the perfect finishing touch to a new outfit. Fun to make, sew- thrifty. Printed Pattern 4926: Misses' Head Sizes 2V/a, 22, 23. Yardages in pattern. FIFTY CENTS In coins tor this pattern—add 15 cents for each pat tern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. PATTERN FREE! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready nowl Over 300 de sign ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalag. Newcomer Is Honored At Seaton SEATON — Mrs. Charles McGuire entertained Thursday at her home honoring Mrs. James Fair, who recently moved here from Molinc. Guests were Mrs. William Douglas, Mrs. Charles Vandcr- pool, Mrs. Nellie White, Mrs. Alta Greer, Mrs. Roily Reed, Mrs. Iva Hill, Mrs. Boyd Henry, Mrs. Har- ley Gordon, Mrs. Charles Truman and Mrs. Leslie Blackman. Scalon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Pat Morris and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Callahan of Galesburg and Mrs. Prank Otto drove to Iowa City Thursday to visit Mr. Otto at the VA Hospital. Mrs. A. D. Greer has returned to her home here from the Cot­ tage Hospital, where she was a patient one week. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tope who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Constant, left Thursday for their home in Fort Collins, Colo. Bill Ledbetter, acting athletic director at Hardin-Simmons, also coaches the Cowboys" rodeo team. News Topics of Henderson Area HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. George T. Lane Jr., and her mother and his mother, Mrs. George Lane Sr., spent a day at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow McCord and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hawk and children. Lane and Mrs. McCord are half- brother and sister. Lane, who is making the Navy his career, has just re-enlisted and they are moving from Long Beach, Calif., to Norfolk, Va., his new headquarters. Reed C. Kenney entered Cottage Hospital and underwent surgery. Still Going Strong MINETY, England (UPI) Mrs. Fanny Powell, 92, joined the Women's Institute here Monday because she wanted "a new interest in life." Benefit Planned By Henderson Club HENDERSON — The ways and means committee of the Henderson Woman's Club is seeking donations to its rummage sale Sept. 27. Items may be left at the Henderson Town Hall Sept. 26 between 1 and 2 p.m. Dartmouth College quarterback Rick Worland works summers as an advertising model in New York. Evtrast & Jannlnjt WHEEL CHAIRS Pol* H 10 Indies UNTAU • Mill • TUMI Go West WEST DRUG CO., INC. 324 E. Main St Gold Strike NIDWALDEN, Switzerland (AP) — Franz Amstutz cut down a tree near the fashionable Alpine play ground of Burgenstock, and trod on a box crammed with gold pieces. Local police are trying to de cide who gets the gold — the farmer, the man who owns the ground where it was found, or the original owner, perhaps a Frenchwoman from Nice who stayed in the neighborhood during World War II. Franz isn't worried. No matter who claims the gold, he still is entitled to a finder's reward of up to 50 per cent of the total, which is 3,700 francs at today's values. feels broke until she loses her last | charge account. Many of the people who throw bread crumbs daily to pigeons in the park are more hungry than the birds they feed. They're starved themselves—for any kind of appreciation. ^1 Orders Accepts IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! * So that you may have first choice of seats before regular box office sale starts. Send letter GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie stating number and price of seats desired and choice of performance. Enclose check or money order together with a stamped, self- addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority Telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. Phone 342-51C1 Clip This Coupon and Mail Right Nowl GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL, 140 S. Prairie St. Enclosed is check • Money Order • Exchanga Ticket • for. ,, „, seat* at $ , each for performance of • Mat, • Nite (2nd choke) Date. Name • Address .,, , • City— Zona— State -Phone September 29 & 30 'VfLS'An.mmm PRESENTS this sensational way to buy clothing and save $28.95 on a complete Fall Wardrobe of innumerable changes. from the Men's Clothing Department at Stern & Field's Complete Wardrobe Choose the following from our regular stocks Your unrestricted choice of any $55.00 Suit. 1# Your unrestricted choice of any $45.00 Topcoat i. 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