Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 25
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Writer Finds Several Ways To Tell Age By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (Af») - How can you tell whether you ate middle- aged? This point is puzzling to many who have heard that the harvest years are the best years, but aren't 'quite sure whether they themselves have reached this landmark of living. Actually, however, there is little doubt about it once you really do reach middle age. You're there for sure if— You feel too old for touch football but too young for croquet. Your scalp gets sunburned higher up than it used to, and it takes you less time in the morning to comb your hair. While reading the evening newspaper, you reach down more often to pat your old dog—and hope he won't insist on taking you for a walk. v Every new joke you hear reminds you of an old joke that seems funnier. In fact, anything that happens reminds you of something that happened earlier— and was better. It comes as a big surprise that Stan Musial is retiring from baseball. Why it seems like only yesterday he was a kid just breaking into the game. Everybody in the house seems to be engaged in a conspiracy to leave the lights turned on and run up your electricity bills. The only time you really sleep well is while listening to an after dinner speech. You no longer have to attend PTA meetings—and kind of miss them. Most of your old friends either are going to the hospital for an operation or recuperating from one. You spend more money buying get-well cards than going to night clubs. You wonder why the younger generation has never been able to /Mete yea -MecC ^ickdberrvis KING SIZE FRANKS* prOuUCe RINKIWr pQfl. URfl guuu old Edgar Guest The girts trim rkle MI the buddy sesis oi motorcycles are preiuer than any who'll go for t spin uttll you in a rented Cridtliae. It bores you to death to see a problem $ay at the theater. All you want is a front-row seat if a cheerful musical' comedy with a snappy chorus fine. You think your neighbor's high school son is spoiled because he isn't interested in digging crabgrass out of yeur town for four bits an hour. Why, At His age you'd have been glad to do it for half that kind of money. On election days you get up early so you can be the first to vote against any candidate who wants to reform anything—be' cause you're cynically certain that no politician will ever carry out a promise. You have no vices left. . .but your chief remaining delights are the bad habits your doctor tells you it is now time to break. That's middle age—the harvest time! Parties Are Planned by Ophiem Units OPHIEM — Parties for patients in the Henry County Convalescent Home and Galesburg Research Hospital were planned Thursday at a meeting of the Dorcas and Priscilla units of the Grace Lutheran Church. The Dorcas will entertain patients at the County Convalescent Home Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Pat Swanson and Mrs. Robert Shepherd were named program chairmen and Mrs. Walter A. Peterson and Mrs. R. H. Ossian food chairmen. Mrs. John, Steffen and Mrs. James Allison were named entertainment chairmen for the Priscilla Unit party at the Research Hospital and Mrs. Robert Kelley and Mrs. Mauritz Samuelson will be in charge of food. The party is scheduled Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ada Anderson gave devotions for the Dorcas meeting and Mrs. Fred Molberg for the Priscilla Unit. Rev. Arnold Olson gave the background and introduction to I the Bible study on Phillippi, scheduled for the oncoming meetings. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! BUTTER-NUT Canister Tin COFFEE 3 - $ 1.59 10-og. INSTANT $1.19 RATH'S BLACK HAWK—Reg. 59c WIENERS 1 39c MARKET BASKET Tomato Juice 19c B SMALL " EGGS 3 °~ 79c PETERSONS OAK LEAF BUTTER 1 - 59c PURE CANE SUGAR 10 *><l.19 REG. SIZE — 31c VALUE SPIC&SPAN 19c REG. SIZE — 63c VALUE TIDE 2-- 55c MULBERRY SLICED 2 £ 49c PORK PRICES DOWN Pork Chops * 39< End Cuts Pork Chops Center lb. 59< U.S. GOOD GOVT. GRADE T-Bones Sirloin ib. 89c OUR PRICES ARE LOWER! TRADING POST 1515 East Main Strati WflWD SERIES. Golesburo Realster-Moil, Golesburp, III, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1963 25 HoHihgBiif Winning Buys! DAVIS STORES Keep Yeur Eye On These Bargains! GROUND BEEF 3 ~r° OUR OWN lbs. LEAN, MEATY PORK STEAK LB. LEAN BONELESS LEAN BONELESS PORK CUTLETS - 59c BEEF STEW - 59c U. S. GOVT INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS BOSTON STYLE PORK ROAST 11 VALLEY BROOK IMITATION Cheese Spread 2 49c IDEAL Salad OLIVES BORDEN'S Dutch Chocolate ROMAN X U. S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES 20 LB. BAG 49 c JERSEY 4. > "* * tt Large No. 16 POTATOES LB. BLEACH CELLO CARROTS PLASTIC BAG IT WHIPS MILNOT NORTHERN PAPER TOWELS VISTA PAK GERBERS ST. Tall Can 9< CRACKERS -19' BABY FOOD, 29< Rolls MARY LOU CUT C GREEN 303 BEANS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS YOUR FRIENDLY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES DAVIS STORES * IIUIIJ^— a^——r~~~*~^~^~****^""" • 1621 No. Henderson St. Knoxville Rd. - Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday 0 "4 1

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