Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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Women in the News... By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON (AP)-Sen. Margaret Chase Smith is once again being talked about as a possible Republican vice presidential candidate, as she has been at intervals ever since she first was elected to the Senate in 1948. Maine's champion vote getter, Mrs. Smith says she is startled by the mail she has received urging her to run on the GOP ticket next year. But she also says she is realistic, enough to know she doesn't have a chance. Regardless of how much she may discount her chances, associates said today a fairly steady stream of mail flows in suggesting her for the No. 2 spot—particularly as a running mate for Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona if he becomes the Republican nominee. When Mrs. Smith joined Gold water Tuesday in voting against ratification of the limited nuclear test-ban treaty, some political ob servers saw this as a sign she might be moving in that direction. When newsmen asked her about it, she pointed out that the day before she had voted against Goldwater's reservation to delay the effectiveness of U.S. ratifica tion until the removal of Soviet nuclear weapons and military per sonncl from Cuba had been verified by the United Nations. Aides of Goldwater said he has :"tca rve ci n> I A M o r\i n R i r\l r; s Beloved by Brides for over 1 00 years CONCORD RINO $300.00 Others $50 to $1,000 ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. Main St. •Artcarved j ««*i>r i not made overtures to Mrs. Smith or anyone else about the vice presidential nomination. They emphasized he hasn't even announced whether he would be a candidate for the presidential nomination. Despite the absence of any declaration from Goldwater, he got a boost Tuesday from Sen. Norris Cotton, R-N.H., who called a news conference to announce his support of the Arizona senator for president. Aides of Mrs. Smith said she has received some letters urging she enter the New Hampshire primary to give voters a choice other than Goldwater or Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York. No woman ever has been nomi nated for president or vice president, but letters she has received urging her as Goldwater's running mate suggest she not only would draw the women's vote but also would provide geographical balance for the ticket. mnounce Older Women Are More Elegant Elegance is most likely found in older women, designer Simonetta of Italy and Paris said here dumg a recent visit. "A woman is truly elegant when she has found her own type and can play it up. . .elegance like everything in life must be worked for." The fiery wife and designing partner of Fabiani was here to visit a suburban New Jersey store carrying her line. Of American department store shopping she said: "I am just not used to the way women here just pick off the racks and try on, do everything by themselves. They are so surprised when I speak to them and offer them help." The customers' biggest complaints, she told a trade press reporter, is "they say I don't think enough about fat people or old people. They want to know why a dress or suit doesn't come in size 18 or larger They don't seem to realize that I am just the designer at a certain point the manufacturer takes over." THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Sclma Wilson (above) to Vernon Scarlcs of Alton, son of Mrs. Mary Deal of Edwards- villc is announced by her parents today. Miss Wilson, a graduate of Galcsburg High School and Bradley University, is employed as a public school speech therapist in Madison, III. Her fiance is a senior at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsvillc campus. No date has been set for the wedding. Serves As Hostess For NGU Serving as hostess for the N.G.U. unit of Homcmakcrs Extension Association dessert luncheon on Monday was Mrs. E. E. Sundberg, 173 Indiana Drive The major lesson "Winter Arrangements" was given by Mrs. L. E. Borst and Mrs. Ralph Harig and the minor lesson, "History of our Organization, by Mrs. George Venn. Plans for the County Annual Day were discussed. The meeting will be held at First Christian Church in Galesburg. Tickets may be obtained from the unit chairmen. OR 74 Open Monday 12 to 9 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 to 5 Friday 9:30 to 9 Saturday 9:30 to 5 FHA Chapter Has Wiener Roast Nearly 100 Future Homemakers came to the home of Kris Skillman, 700 Arnold St. to attend the recent annual kick-off wiener roast of the Galesburg Chapter. As the short business meeting was conducted at which time training dates for the volunteers for the Red Cross Blood Center Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 were announced. Tag Day for the Disabled War Veterans is to be Oct. 4 and 5. Volunteers are being asked to help with this community project. A cookie committee for Oct. 14 was selected. It was announced that Family Night Potluck will be Oct. 8. Last week ten officers, four chapter parents, and one adviser attended the Section 9 Officers Training School at Northwestern High School at Sciota. At this time the Galcsburg Chapter received awards for Honor Chapter and Public Relations in Section 9. Oolesburg Register-Mail, Uolesburg, 11 Show Slides for Prairie Players Slides of past productions of Prairie Players Civic Theater were screened at the membership meeting Tuesday evening at May Products, Inc. Announcement was made of the movie, "Track 13," to be shown Oct. 13 at 8 o'clock at Grace Episcopal Church. Mrs. Robert Cabeen, president, conducted the business session. Plans for a picnic Oct. 12 at Lake Rice are being formulated. Members may make reservations with Mrs. Richard Weaver or Miss Cecile Smith before Wednesday, Oct. 9. Vveg,, Sept. 25, j 963 15 A*hal Capes! Capes are very much in fashion for fall. You can have your choice of the true cape, cape-back coats or the removable capelet that shoulders some of the new coats. RAMBLER AMERICAN REDESIGNS CARS— The 19f>4 Rambler American offers a brand new style, the first major change since it was introduced in 1950. Two hardtop models, the 440 and 440-H, feature fnstbnck rear pillars. Headroom has been Increnscd through a modified step-down floor design. Rambler American Offers Complete Style Change Home Builders Class Have Potluck Members of the Home Builders Class of the Henderson Street Baptist Church and their families gathered at the home of Mrs. Fern Williams, North Henderson, for a wiener roast and potluck supper Tuesday evening. Host and hostess for the evening were Mi*, and Mrs. Sewell Dillbeck. After the evening's festivities a time of devotions was held. Rev. William Thurber led the group in hymn singing and Gary Kautz brought the devotions. Thirty-eight attended, The 19f)4 Rambler American sports a totally new look, the first complete body change since the series was introduced in 1950. Overall lengtn has been increased from 173 to 177 inches with the length "going into greater passenger comfort and more usable space and none into overhanging sheet metal," says Thomas A. Coupe, vice president of automotive sales. Hiproom in the rear seat has been increased 12 inches and cargo space in station wagons increased nearly 20 per cent. The styling of the American gives the car a longer, lower silhouette. A modified step-down floor design permits a reduction in height of one and one-half inches on sedans and three inches on convertibles. Fnur- tecn-inch wheels are standard while 15-inch wheels arc optional. Tlie wrap-around rear windows have twice as much glass area as 1963 sedans. Curved glass side windows help make getting into and out of the car easier, plus helping to increase interior room. The grille is of a horizontal fine-line design with the name Rambler offset to the left. An opening below the main grille will help cooling the engine. uni- and the Am- Improvements in unit construction are continued on the 19R4 American, and galvanized sides arc used on sedans station wagons. They arc same as the Classic and bassador unisides, which makes the inner and outer door panels interchangeable for all 1964 Rambler sedans and wagons. Chassis lubrication has been extended to 33,000 miles or three years, and the new front suspension system requires no lubrication for the car's life. Three six-cylinder engines will be available. The L-hcad engine with 90 horsepower will be standard on 220 and 330 series, the 125-horscpower is standard on the 440 models and optional on the former two. The 440-H will have a 138-horse power overhead valve engine, which is optional on all models. The 1964 Rambler American will go on display Oct. 3. Measure Paint Measure the size of the room you wish to paint so you can estimate fairly accurately how much paint you'll need. On the label of each can is indicated the area to be covered by the contents. Why Women Work NEW YORK (UPI) - Not too long ago, when a wife went to work it usually meant that hubby wasn't earning enough to pay all the bills. Not so, anymore, says the Institute of Life Insurance. In support of the conclusion: today, wives of men earning more than $7,000 a year work almost as often as do the wives of men earning half that much. CLEARANCE SALE STARTS THURSDAY_9:00 A.M. DRESSES $ 3 00 - *5 00 - *6 00 SPORTSWEAR Shorts - Slacks $]00 ,. $J95 Brown Lynch Scott Inc. 244 EAST MAIN STREET GALESBURG, ILLINOIS • BUYS at our (fiexali) Drug Store HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 15 EAST MAIN ST. - Free Delivery "If Your Doctor Prescribes If — HAWTHORNE Has If" CONSOLE /H<) vj >n of reil picture area NO MONEY DOWN 23' ovarall dlag. picture man., 280 »q. 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