Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 1, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 1, 1973
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1 4- 'Golesbufi ister- Galesbur Brides... Wednesdo About People, Places•.. Mf. and Mrs. Joe Genisio, 510 Mrs. LeU Smith, 1264 W. Main St., AWKimoes the engagement and forthcoming mortage I Arnold St., have returned from of h* granddaughter, Miss Un-! a month-king vacation trip to da Schoonover, to Walter Alaska and Canada It pSta" rf ^ DW *^ Itey fraveted by car on the Tfce wedding ceremony will Alaskan Highway going there, be read Saturday at 4 p.m. in then, on the return trip, took the presence of the immediate the Matanuska Boat from famUte at the home oilMr. *«d Haima, Alaska, to Prince Ru- Mrs. Gary Seehawer or Dahin- . tLu <^ ^ da, brather^law and sister of P* 1 *' BflUsh "*™ a 10 Can " the future bridegroom. aua. Both attended Galesburg High While visiting at Watson Lake School, where Mr. O&sbennetit in the Yukon, there is a place war, graduated. Mr. D&betmett, for visitors to put up a sign who attended Carl Sandburg from their home town. Mr. and College, is employed at Oak (Mrs. Genisio were surprised to see one up already from Galesburg. Women in the News • • t ^76 Run. ^ 5 M A- On i r Miss Linda Schoonover 1 •vn*-i. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCul- of Industry announce the ;ement of their daughter, K!fW? to Michael Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Damrell John- ;f Rusfonell. Z The brid'enetect will attend Blessing Hospital School of Nursiifng in Quiracy. Her fiiance, a senior at Western Illinois Uni- Z. versity, will be a student tearii- Z eo in the Qutaicy school system ih tfte fall. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Kim McCullough Brothers Entertain Senior Citizens College News . Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, has announced that 1,363 students were named to lie Dean's list tor the second semester. Among them are Edward R, Peacock, Altona, and David D. Stauth, Monmouth. Julie Ann Ennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ennis, near Altona; Lenna Beth Bur- Wilt Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Irving Calkins, formerly of Lynn Center, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Aug. 5 with an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. at their home, 245 West 8th St., Loveland, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Calkins were married Aug. 6, 1948, in Orion, and are the parents of two sons, John and Jim, both of Loveland, Colo. Pairing Listed for Club Championship Play at Lake Rice Pairing for the Soangetaha Country Club golf women's club championship are as follows: Eighteen Holes, 8:07 a. m., Mrs. Ray Mendreck, Mrs. Al Partin, Mrs. Ken Bixby, Mrs. Wayne Goodale; 8:15 a. m., Mrs. By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UP!) - One business litlte affected by the ups and downs of economy is the perfume business. A woman might look at the family budget and skip buying a new dress because it's a major expenditure. But she'll go right on pampering herself— and pleasing her man—with perfume or cologne because, comparatively, she's not wrecking the monthly bank balance. Mrs. Henry (Anne) Kahn, whose job is sensing what women want in scents, says so. There's another factor going ende s It might be an arbitrary age are at least 300 distinct scents industry new freedom women feel women Dean Grimes, Mrs. Larry Kennedy, Mrs. Dale Ruedig, 8:30 a.m., Mrs. Bill Artz, Mrs. Jack Oldefest; 8:37 a.m., Mrs. Chanles Paisley, Mrs. Al Christiansen, Mrs. Jack Glasman; 8:45 a.m., Mrs. WiaM Sampson, Mrs. Maurice Cox, Mrs. M. A. 9 a.m., Mrs. Robert Clam an; nett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.|Dredige, Mm. Al Urena, Mrs. Bill Henderson, Mrs. Jim Sher- Wade and Kevin Pitman, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pitman, 488 E. Dayton St., enter% ta'med members of the Senior * Citizens CM> Monday evening * at a meeting at tftie YMCA. rated with bouquets of summeir flowers. Apartment Age NEW YORK (UPI)-By 1980, Miss hoi •"TV • :<V **** - V* i" •••to- ^ i* L V- jar- **> about 80 per cent of the nation's Wade, 7, and Kevin, 10 sanglyoung adults, aged 20 to 34, will be living in apartments. This is according to a report by E. B. Weiss, future marketing editor, Advertising Age. songs, accompanied by • Sally Rutan on the guitar. A poffluck dinner pireceded the Tables wiere deco- progtram. Russell Burnett, 501 N. 12th St., Monmouth, and Gwyneth Louise Bassett, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Bassett, Victoria, have enrolled at MacMurray College in Jacksonville for the 1973-74 academic year. Mary Hanniam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hannam, Oneida, has completed the hairstyling course at Stewart School of Hairstyling, Davenport, Iowa. She will be employed at Steven Manor, Bettendorf, Iowa.. wood; 9:07 a.m., Mrs. Hazel Henniing, Mrs. Sam Swanstm, Mrs. Sam Spink mi Mrs. Ralph Vinson. For nine holes of play, 9:15 a.m., Mrs. Gary GunHicr. Mrs. Brian Fullmer, Mrs. S. S. Battles; 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Chuck Gibbs, Mrs. Jim Price, Mrs. Russell Barstonv; 9:37 a.m., Mrs. Charles Borden, Mrs. Robert Mariner, Mrs. Hank War tens; 9:45 a.m., Mrs. John Boydstun, Mrs. Don Bailey, Mrs. John Palko, Mrs. Dick Lindstrom. Play for the toumaiment witt be medal play, and Thursday's play will be for kriv gross. Friday will be the second round of the tournament, with the final round being Thursday, Aug. 9. Play for gotos not competing in the tournament will be for low net on Aug. 9. conscious of themselves they do m themselves Business is Politics This new doesn't consciousness that women mean forget about pleasing men she said. group, she said, but "we feel these are the women who tend to wear more perfumes and colognes. The early teens are not sure ytt..usually they've been experimenting with whatever was on Mommy's dress-* er. on the market. "t sense though a move away from the classics, from the heavier, sweeter the light, fresh, modem. The terms heavy and sweet turn women off. They want a 'notice me, not my perfume' reaction." It is difficult also to determine masculine reactions to perfumes and colognes, she said. "We do know men are What about the post-55 year olds? "We're starting to talk with them too," said Mrs. Kahn. "A lot of them are widowed or divorced ...starting. a second life with the children I influential in what their women grown...experimenting again..." s ™ Around Christmas, of course, they do a lot of the buying. "I Just beration uses perfume Open Daily 9:30 til 5; Mondays, Fridays, 9:30 til r II "3L e undnine Sk 99 Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB The Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Mrs. Dwight Gotfif won Womr en's high score, Mrs. Dei French, second. L. W. Stouffer won men's high score and Lee Story, second. Grand slams were made by Mrs. Goff and Mr. Story. Hos'is were Mr. and Mrs. Rus&eM Schmith. Next week's hosts wiiH be Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hund. Annual Summer V < 4 From America's Leading "(# • U t • **' ^ -'. * -f •4- # I • ^* w* r h + - < - 3 Lti't Go To Illinois SHU Fair— 1. Sunday, Aug. 12th Veterans Day. 2. Wed., All*. 15th H.G.A. Rodeo featuring Bobby Golds* boro. 3. Sat., Aug. 18th Jim Nabors and Nashville Brass. Morse show every afternoon. Entertainment in early evening. Reservation due date Aug. 9th. Phone 342-4856 or 342 -6717 — Bua leaves at 12 noon. Air con* ditioned bus. basic things between men and women. Today's woman wants it all," she said. "I've no way of knowing, but I'll bet Betty Friedan wears perfume." Mrs. Khan, originally from Newport News, Va., started her career with a degree in political science from the University of Pennsylvania. 4 'A lot cf business is politics," she said. She came into the perfume business about 18 months ago and now acts as brand manager for Prince Matchabelli, the perfume firm founded in the 1930's by R. Russian Prince who had emigrated to New York. Now, it's part of the Chesebrough^Pond^ Inc., business complex. Seek New Formulas Previously, she was in sales with Procter and Gamble, in Cincinnati, and an account executive with the Foote Cone and Belding ad agency in New York. A major part of her job currently is traveling the country with Matchabelli research teams, talking with store personnel and huddling with groups of six, seven, eight women at a time to sense what they want in piecfumes. The female panelists, drawn from various civic, church and club groups, usually are in the 18-55 year range. Many Anyway, based on the resear chers' findings, the chemists go to work on formulas to meet the trends. Heavy Scents Fading "And it's hard to determine the trends," Mrs. Kahn said in an interview. "After all, there Drug Problem (Continued from page 13) most wealthy suburbanites. Much of this marijuana comes from Mexico and its entrance Ino the United States is most difficult to control. Federal laws regulating marijuana are in ex- istance but the growing tendency to legalize its use causes j rave concern among those working with the problem." The use of sedatives and stimulates are on a marked increase reported Mr. Taggart. people who use one of these drugs use the other simultaneously. Although these drugs do have opposite actions, many persons come to depend daily upon this combination in order to cope with personal problems. Tighter regulations and enforcement of laws on the legitimate manufacture and distribution of the barbiturates and tranqui'lizeris are part of the program to control these drugs explained Mr. Taggart. Mr. Taggart clpsed his talk with two challenging questions. Why have our young people come to rely on drugs to such an extent? What can be done to get these people back into society? The speaker is of the opinion that the answers to these" ques- t'ens are not the total responsibility of the workers in drug use correction, but a job for all of us. Group singing of old familiar songs led by Mrs. Olga Schroeder preceded the business meeting conducted by Mr. Aitchison. John Price and Mrs. Irjene Barlow explained recent legislation of special interest to the group. traci have a feeling they've their favorites through several girl friends. That's male chauvinism for you." Salads (Continued from page 13) and chill. Toss spinach and salad greens in a large salad bowl. Arrange onion rings and mushrooms arcund sides. Heap tuna in center; surround with cheese strips. Just before serving, shake salad dressing. Pour enough over ta moisten. Toss lightly. Serve with wafers. Makes 8 (1 cup) servings. Note: Store left-over dressing in the refrigerator. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS- MASONIC FELLOWSHIP DANCE Members of the Knights of Columbus and the Masons will host a fellowship dinner Monday at the Holiday Inn. The dinner, for the two clubs to get acquainted, will be served at 7*30 p.m. Cocktail hour will precede at 6:30 p.m. For further information, members may contact Tony Campisi of the Knights of Columbus, or a member of the Masons. Whatever tbt Occasion WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 138 N. BROAD 3124111 SHOES 230 E. MAIN ABOVE: The Perennial Classics Materials include worsted wool knits, wool plush camel hair, new plaids and tweeds plus cashmere. All fashion and basic colors — sizes for average and petites. Each coat tagged with regular in-season ceiling prices and low summer sale prices. Regularly Priced to '250 '89 up LEFT: The Pretenders (Fake Furs) The look that speaks fashion: Man-made fabrics that pretend they're mink, Persian, broadtail, seal, caressa and more to make you feel and look so affluent. Each coat tagged with regular in- season ceiling prices and low summer sale prices. Regularly Priced to $ 180 *42 up extra for size Put a little bounce in youc step with these crepe-solc sportsters. Pair 'em with swingy skirts or sporty pants T.M. A 4

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