Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 1, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 1, 1963
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rates 150 Changes (or Coming Year Completely hew In styling, the 1964 Imperii) hM Incorporated ISO changes Into the new cur which will go on display Oct. 4. Pour models will be Available, the LeBeron tour-door hardtop, Crown convertible and Crown four-door hardtop, lite latter is the voluft* leader M Imperial aalei. Here to a partial list of the features bulk to make the ear quiet* Crown Coupe (twa-door hardtop),er and unoothert butyl rubber • \ Dresses the Women in the Middle No matter what the size you wear — whether plus size — half-size — or midsize. Call your size what you may — you will have no more difficulty picking a dress that fits at Kelloggs. Our New York stylists have taken steps to select for us youthful dress styles for the woman who has had difficulty in finding the size she wears in the youthful styles she wants. SIZES TO 4* PRICES—14.98 to 46.09 See Our Sport Fashions by Lampl Slacks - Skirts - Sweaters Co-ordinates Exclusive at KeUogg's Kellogg's for Dresses that Fit! IMPERIAL OFPSM PERSONALIZED MODELS -This Is the 11*4 Imperial Crown Coupe. The ear has Individually adjustable power bucket seats, adjustable front head reals and reclining right front seat as standard equipment. The Imperial goes on display Oct. 4. isolators in body-to*frame mountings, triple laminated exhaust pipes, new installations for curved glass side windows, new electric window regulators, stronger door hinges, sealing changes, thermostatically controlled fan drive assembly on air-conditioned cars. Changes have been made in the combined heating and air-conditioning system, the first to employ the reheat principle. The method cools the air to reduce moisture content, and then heats it to the desired outlet temperature. A new rear unit is designed to provide better air distribution and rear window defog- Changes in the Imperial include those in the engine and drive trains to increase maximum starting reliability and to minimize service requirements. The five- year or 50,000-mile warranty also will be continued this year. New reading lamps are offered in the LeBaron, and are mounted within the C-pillar trim panels. The steering wheel has a horn bar instead of the usual horn ring, and the instrument panel has a concave face terminating at each end in an airfoil shape. Readability of dials is the most important factor in the panel design. The Crown Coupe and convertible are personalized automobiles with individually adjustable power bucket seats, extra-wide shoulder bolsters and adjustable head rests standard. The front passenger seat features a reclining back as standard equipment in both models. The "Constitution" earned her nickname "Old Ironsides" in the War of 1812 when solid shots bounced off her oaken sides in a battle with the "Guerriere." Edmund Kin Assemble at Ophiem OPHIEM — The seven Edmund brothers and their wives held a politick lunch and' get-together Sept. 21 at the Devid Edmund home here. They are Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Edmund of Lynn Center, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edmund, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edmund and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Edmund, of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Edmund of Germantown and Mr. and Mrs. John Edmund Jr. of Alpha. Recent afternoon guests at the W. J. Nelson home were Mrs. Charles Norman and Mrs. Charles T. , Wallace Tornquist, of North Henderson, Mrs. Leo Frank of Alexis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Cambridge and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carlson and daughter Linda of Port Byron. Sept. 22 dinner guests of the Arthur Ossians were the Lyle Ossian family of East Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ossian of Topeka, Kan. Golesburg Register-MaiI, Galesburq L. Tuesday Oct. 1, 1963 WoAingGab Are Older on Average Now NEW YORK <AP) - Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: More middle class wives are now holding jobs outside the home. In more than half the families with income from $7,000 to $15,000 yearly, the wife works at least part of the year. The average working girl is getting older, too. Half of the 25 million women in the U.S. labor market are over 40. Here's why so many parents look up to their children these days: Young people are about two inches taller than those of 60 years ago. Teen-age mommy: Almost 40 per cent of U.S. brides now mar ry in their teens. Over half of them become mothers before their 20th birthday. Betcha never knew this: Men's fingers are approximately 10 per cent longer and 20 per cent wider than ladies' fingers. Our quotable notables: "I have no use for a man who lies in bed after nine o'clock In the morning."—Henry R. Luce. Know your language: The word sincere" is said to come from two Latin words, "sina" and cere," meaning "without wax." Remember when it was being predicted that man soon would be able to live 150 to 200 years? Many scientists today doubt this is a possibility in the foreseeable future, but think that better medicine and hygiene will enable more of us to live to be 80. Small fry: Comedienne Marion Powers tells about the little girl Who prayed, "Please, God, make three times two equal seven — 'cause that's what I wrote on my exam paper in school." White plague: Many people erroneously believe miracle drugs have solved the problem of tuberculosis, a scourge through the centuries. Actually, it is still one of the most widespread human ills, afflicting some 50 million people throughout the world, and killing 10,000 yearly in the United States alone. Patience test: Researchers have found that most people don't mind waiting 30 seconds for an elevator, but as the interval approaches a minute they begin to fuss and fume. It was Arthur Brisbane who observed, "It's a good thing to know how to satisfy your own conscience and make the cash register ring also." Groups Meet At Fairview FAIRVIEW — The Jersey flow Sew and So Club held its first fait meeting of the year in the home of Mrs. Lee Roberts Thursday. The afternoon was spent piecing quilt blocks. Guests were Mrs. Robert Suydarti and Gregg and Miss Jessie Ray of Trivoli. The OES of Fairview met In the Masonic Hall Wednesday night. It was a special meeting held for initiation. Refreshments were served by Georgia Schleich, Ann Mitchell, Helen McMahon, Susan Harn, and Wilmadene Fengel, using fall colors as their theme. Louise Jones of Canton was a guest of honor. Maxine Hartstern served at the guest book. Attends Session Mrs. Howard Locke attended a cancer district meeting Thursday at Bradley University in Peoria. EAT all you want. Only 39 calorie* in a whole cupful! Want to see a fire engine up close? It's easy. Thousands of people do it every day. All you do is forget a few simple safety rules — and then call the firehouse. Here are some sure-fire suggestions: Storage: Throw waste paper, rags (oily ones are best) and other trash in the nearest nook — like under a stair. Keep paints, thinners and other flammable liquids near a source of heat. The furnace or water heater will do fine. Wiring: Don't use two outlets when one will do. If a fuse blows, replace it with a penny, Run cords under the rug, especially in high-traffic areas. Thumb tacks will hold wires in place. Push them through the insulation. Habits: By all means, smoke in bed — or while dozing in a chair. Children are good fire-starters. Keep matches and lighters where they can find 'em easily. And if the fire in the fireplace sputters, throw something combustible on it Extinguishers: Don't bother. They might prevent a serious blaze. And you might get to see only a little fire engine — or none at all These are just a few ways to get a good look at a fire engine. You can probably think of a few yourself. But don't send us your suggestions. As one of Illinois' leading property, auto and liability insurers — with many years of service to Farm Bureau members — Country Mutual already has a good-sized collection of fire-starting ideas. And every one of them is a pretty messy way to see a fire engine. It's a lot easier just to visit a firehouse. Country Mutual INSURANCE COMPANY ONE OF THE COUNTRY COMPANIES m m

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