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Experts on Alcoholism Agree Drinkers Don't Like Taste of Their Drinks By HAlttlY FERGUSON WASHINGTON (UP!) - Ex- perls on alcoholism are almost unanimous in saying most people don't like the taste of things they drink at cocktail parties. But they do like the effect. Cocktail parties are so firmly built into the social structure of the United States that millions of persons consider it obligatory to give and attend them. Once there, they drink things they really don't like to loosen their inhibitions enough to have a good time. Social drinking, of course, is denounced by such organizations as the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the National Prohibition party. Scientists are more cautious in deploring it and some of them consider it an asset to our civilization. "The folkway of moderately drinking beverage alcohol is one of the most valuable mental hygiene props of mid-twentieth century living, "says Dr, Anthony Zappalla, assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Georgetown and Howard universities. "In the absence of this cultural pattern I would find the general insecurity of modern living less tolerable." Wide-Spread Misconception There is one general misconception about social drinking — the wide-spread belief that every social drinker sooner or later winds up an alcoholic. Actually, according to the Washington Alcoholic Rehabilitation Clinic, the odds are 13 to one against a social drinker becoming an alcoholic. This means there are millions of Americans who take a drink when they want it, have learned how to handle alcohol, can go for considerable periods without it and will attend cocktail parties all their lives without damage to their business or their family. There are thousands of case histories of social drinkers who became alcoholics, and here is one from the Washington rehabilitation clinic: Age, 51. Education, high school graduate. Employed in administrative-clerical position. Married, but once separated from his wife. [ No children. First tasted alcohol when he took a drink of beer at 16. His mother had criticized him Phone 342-5151 from early childhood and he had a tendency to be shy. Little Social Drinking By age 18 he was doing some social drinking but it was limited to beer. Got a job and stepped up his drinking while associating with his fellow workers evenings and weekends. Married at age 26. Began taking occasional shots of whiskey in addition to beer. A pattern developed under which he and his wife would invite friends to the house and go to other homes for drinks. By age 27 he had given up beer and was drinking whiskey fairly heavily. Wife drank along with him. Frequently they would have some drinks at home and then he would suggest going out dancing. His consumption of alcohol reached about half a pint a day on a regular basis. Five years ago his consumption of whiskey had reached a fifth of a gallon a day. He drank before breakfast, at noon and heavily in the evening. His wife got a job and continued to drink with him. Five years ago the drinking began to affect his work. He reported sick frequently, especially after a heavy weekend of drinking. Began to quarrel with his superiors. His wife cut down on her drinking and finally stopped. He went to a psychiatrist, stopped drinking for six months and then resumed heavier than ever. He said the reason was that he felt tired and one day when he wanted to see his psychiatrist he couldn't because the man was out-of-town. Still Held Job His wife left him and he became a solitary drinker. He still was able to hold his job, but became frightened eight months ago and turned himself into the rehabilitation clinic. His wife agreed to return to him and he now is under treatment and taking antabuse, a drug that causes PRESCRIPTIONS IN GALESBURO HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY V VOui SOCIO! MIKMMI It— MAWTHOtMfl riAVI rr Luncheon Held at Henderson Grove HENDERSON GROVE — Mrs. Kenneth Jones recently entertained several women at a luncheon in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halberg drove their daughter Carolyn to Iowa City, where she has enrolled at the university. Miss Marjorie Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson, has returned to Augustana for her junior year. Workmen have completed the new roof on Messiah Lutheran Church. A shower was held Sept. 18 in Messiah Church for Miss Pat Wilson. Mrs. Don Appleby and Mrs. Frank Douglas recently attended a meeting of their card club held in the home of Mrs. Ray Blessington in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson and family spent Sunday in LaGrange Park visiting their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson and Jimmie. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! worried about age? here 9 * truth about hormones for face, neck and hands NEV YORK (Special):—Reams have been written about hormones. Will they make women of 75 look 16 again? Absolutely not. Will they make women of 60 feel like they were 20 again? To know tbe truth about hormones you need to learn just two simple facts: (1) The beauty of a woman's skin starts breaking down as signs of age begin, because the female organs fail to supply enough estrogenic hormones to feed the skin—less and less as you grow older. (2) Estrogenic hormones can be supplied to the skin by rubbing on a penetrating formula con taining the hormones. Here is a test reported in a scj. entific journal, one of many tbat showed similarly sensational re suits: Twenty-five women applied hormones to one side of the face and neck, and to one hand. On the other side and the other band, a similar preparation containing no hormones was applied the same Way. These are the reports in simple Words: Skin lines (or dry-skin wrinkles) quickly dimmed or disappeared from sight as creases and hollows filled out. Blotches and "old-age freckles" faded on hands, face and neck. Skin was softer, clearer, seemed to lose its chronic dryness and take on a revived freshness and vitality. All these amazing things happened on the side where tbe hormones were used. Meanwhile no comparable changes occurred on the other side. Tbe same withered, lifeless complexion. Now to select a good estrogenic hormone preparation, here is what you need to know: the strength of the hormone preparation must appear on the label! Tbe recom- •aen4e4 wtaiblf alloUam far the skin is 20,000 International Units. The base should be as rich as possible in penetrating Sesame Oil and moisturizing Lanolin and when "rubbed in" your skin should not feel greasy or sticky. On first application, your skin should feel a radiant glow of revitalized youthfulness and refreshment. An extra good buy in hormone products today is a preparation called HORMONEX Beauty Serum. It is made by a trustworthy SO- year-old laboratory. It is inexpensive to use. A 100- day supply costs only $3.50, Look younger quickly. See these dry-skin wrinkles smooth out, starting today! SPECIAL OFFER Clip This Coupon 75c OFF HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM with this coupon This coupon is worth 75c toward your purchase of Hormonex Beauty Serum. Take it to your store today and save I But hurry I This Special Offer is for a limited time only. Buy Hormonex Beauty Serum now and save I Use this coupon worth 75c DEALER: You are authorized as our agent to redeem this coupon for 75c on Hormonex Beauty Serum. We pay you 75c 11 conditions of oiler have been complied with by you and customer. Mall redeemed coupons tg HORMONEX, PARIS, TENN. Redeemable value only on HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM. This ofiei' Is void wherever prohibited, taxed or restricted by law. This coupon wood lor 75c. Clip it out now. You may obtain Hormones Beauty Serum at: distressing reactions when alcohol is taken on top of it. jChances of rehabilitation: About fifty-fifty. Usually a social drinker becomes an alcoholic because of some basic personality flaw or merely a lack of self-discipline. In this case it was shyness. The man liked to dance, wanted to mingle with other people in his home or theirs, but he needed the prop of alcohol — the "glass crutch" as it is sometimes called —to fulfill his social ambitions. Alexis Bride-elect Is Honored ALEXIS — A miscellaneous shower was held recently at home of Mrs. Charles Johnson in honor of Miss Pat Robertson, who will be a bride Oct. 13. A contest was held after which briclc-to-be opened her gifts. Lunch was served by hostesses, all future sisters-in-law, Mrs. Marilyn Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Johnson, Mrs. Janet Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Johnson and Mrs. Barbara Johnson. Mothers of the couple, Mrs. Charles Robertson anl Mrs. Earl Johnson poured. Girls Group At Alexis Seats Officers ALEXIS — The public installation of Connie Higbce and other Rainbow girls was held Sept. 15 in Alexis Masonic Temple. Installing officers were Linda Winkler, Terry McKnight, mar- shall, Nancy Carlson, recorder, and Betsy McKnight, chaplain. The offices installed were Connie Higbee, worthy adviser; Connie Mott, associate worthy adviser; Connie Totten, charity; Bonnie Orwig, Hope; Ann Richardson, faith; Carol Baker, chap- Golesburg Register-Mail, Gafesburg, III. Wed, Sept. 25, 1963 9 lain: Mary Ann Austin, drill leader; Rao An VanTrump, religion; Bonnie Morris, nature; Mary Blair, immortality; Marilyn Morris, patriotism; Donna Johnston, confidential observer; Linda Richarson, outer o h s e r v e r. Richard Higbce and Connie Hig­ bce were vocalists. Escorts were Archie Samuelson, Ronnie Plym, Eddy Meldrum, Tom Higbce, Fred Hall and William Axline. Hostesses were Mrs. Tom Higbee and Mrs. Richard Higbee and Connie Totten at guest book. Thimble Club Meets Thimble Club was entertained at home of Mabel Andrews Sept. 17. Contests were played and favors won by Mrs. Florence Martin, Mrs. Kathryn Mott and Mrs. iNew Windsor Church Work Nights Planned NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Curtis McAfee, president of the Oolden Circle, announced at the meeting Sept. I!) that Oct. I, 2 and 3 will be work nights at. the manse arid members were asked to assist. It was agreed that, the Circle fi- Laura Reagnr. Mrs. Lillie Reynolds received a special prize. Return to School James Agan, Leslie Olson, Bill Warnock and Raymond Sims have returned to their school work at Western Illinois University at Macomb. nance the cost of the enamel fof the woodwork in the manse kitchen. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Vernon Shull. Mrs. Fred Peterson was a guest. Mrs. C. W. McGaughy, Mrs. Ralph Keck, Mrs. G. H. Johnson and Mrs. Mervin Taylor received game awards. Alaska's population of more than 226.000 includes about 40.000 Eskimos and Indians. PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET IMFOHMATIOH Cat) o* Wrli« GALESBURO REOISTEH-MAJL MO S. Prnlrle 342-5111 DOYLE FURNITURE Four shopping doys left in September. Use them to purchose the beautiful house furnishings you plan to have this fall. Special sayings during this end-of-the- month sale. Buy now for immediate or future delivery. MoNlENTtSAll! LIVING ROOM SALE BEDROOM by Kroehler The Acclaimed Artisan group in Contemporary styling. Was $399.95 NOW BEDROOM by Bassett Danish Modern. One only Was $229.95 NOW *139 95 BEDROOM by Lane Beautiful inlay design in walnut. Was $399.95 NOW *299 95 Ranch Oak BEDROOM by Kroehler Open Stock pieces 3 piece set reduced to INSTANT CREDIT EASY PAYMENT PLAN FREE DELIVERY COME EARLY HUNDREDS OF ITEMS NOT LISTED ALL AT SALE PRICES! SLEEPER SOFA — Rugged construction, innerspring mattress $1 /IQ95 included. All nylon cover. Only one at this price i*TM LARGE THREE PIECE SECTIONAL by Kroehler. Will dress up any living room. Just three left at this closeout price. $0/1095 Was $330.00 Z4y SOFA AND CHAIR — Extra long, slim arm, highest grade ^1 QQ95 brown nylon. Beautiful styling Was $350.00 I MM SOFA by Valentine Seaver. Traditional styling. $10095 Just arrived for this sale. Should be $290 I MM CHAIR by Valentine Seaver. Beautiful gold cover. $0095 Should be $120.00 OM SOFA AND CHAIR by Kroehler. Several colors $1 QQ95 to choose from. While they last IOT RECLINERS and ROCKERS by Berkline. Another carload on the way. Drastic price cut for those on hand. $7095 Values to $149.95 / M BEDROOM by Garrison French Provincial in finest construction Was $329.95 NOW $249 95 4-PC. BEDROOM Antique white in French Provincial styling. Double dresser, mirror, large chest and matching bed. Tops in construction and delightful styling. $00095 Regular Price $300.00 ^&M MATTRESS SPECIAL Sleep — really sleep — a comfortable, relaxing sleep on a firm long lasting mattress and matching box spring. You will enjoy it even more by buying this quality set at Vi Price. $"TQ95 Both pieces for m M GREY MAHOGANY BEDROOM by Bassett Serpentine fronts, Formica tops Was $229.95 NOW *159 95 BEDROOM by Brayhill Italian Provincial Choice of two groups Was $399.95 NOW *™ MS BEDROOM by Hooker Outstanding value in Medirerannean styling Was $399.95 NOW *339 95 |95 Black or Beige POLE LAMPS $4.95 THE BUDGET SHOP DOWNSTAIRS IN DOYLES DINING ROOM SALE KROEHLER DINING ROOM. 44" round table. 12" leaf and four matching chairs. Only two sets available. $10095 Original price $230 IMm M BERKLINE Recliner 44 95 BEDROOM — Double dresser, mirror, chest and bookcase bed 94" HOLLYWOOD BED — Innerspring mattress, box spring on legs and plastic QQ95 headboard. 0* ARMLESS Sofa Bed Heavy construction $ 39 95 DINING ROOM. French Provincial. A complete set. Includes drop leaf table and leaves, four chairs and large china. $0TFO95 Was $500 MmiW WILLET 48" ROUND TABLE, leaf and two captain's chairs, Distressed finish. $^(^95 Slightly marred. Was $289.95. Limit 1 Set per customer $80,00 Value Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring 220 coil, ventilators and bandies, pre built border, fine ticking. A real special buy. $ 4495 7-PIECE DINETTE Large table with leaf and 6 chairs. Chrome or bronze. $ per set 54 95 THE BUDGET SHOP BUYS HUGE STOCK OF 5 -PIECE DINETTE High pressure top table with leaf and 4 chairs. Diamond Bros,' Coal Gty, HI., Plant Closing COAL CITY, Hi,— Diamond Bros., I upholstered furniture producer is' closing its factory here today. Future production tor this area vvill come trom the company's 400,- QOQ-square-toot Reading, Pa., plant | plus some trom its Swainsboro, Ga., factory, according to Frederic Sherman, vice-president, Reason for closing the plant, he| said, is that the company has been suffering financial losses in Coal City while maWmg money in the other two plants. "~ ^««MKha have ordgxs-*^ ^|-|^|~ (DOWNSTAIRS AT DOYLES) DIAMOND BROS. LIVING mum ri $ 34 95 ,. ......v ROOM SUITES WHEN FACTORY CLOSES 10-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP Bookcase bed, large double dresser, mirror, chest, matching innerspring mattress and box springs, 2 pil- | a QQJ lows and 2 lamps. | 07 5 PIECE DINETTE SET Round with Leaf MAPLE TABLE Plastic top with $QA95 4 mate chairs fjg WARDROBES Two door metal wardrobe In walnut finish. $#%95 Special at. $9/ CRIB MATTRESS Innerspring mattress for full size crib. While they last. Reg. $12.95 $795 On Sale at / Many Styles, Colors, etc. Come early for best selections, ONE GROUP $1 C\C%95 REGULAR $400.00 * | V ONE GROUP $0000 AT BIG SAVINGS VV 428 E. Main St. Call 342 4310 (

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