Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 3, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 3, 1973
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12 Golesbura Reflister-Moil, Golesburg, Friday, Au9,3 f , 1973 For Fall '73 JadLion Jocudes on tke IJotaf *ffl\t By HELEN HENNESSY NEW YORK (NEA)-A man's wallet can become as light as an airmail envelope if he wants to be well dressed. For today fabrics may not shrink, but dollars do. At <his year's annual fall-winter press preview of the Men's Fashion Association, a tidal wave of current fashions was shown at the ocean and poolside of the Essex and Sussex in Spring Lake, N. J., that was credible, wearable and well put together. At the MFA clinics a man's wardrobe was covered from the time he shaves in the morning until he retires at night. Among the fashion trends dis­ cussed was the English country look — tweeds, flannels, sax­ onies, shetlands, camel hair, cashmere, corduroys, warp and double knits. The most favored silhouette for Fall '73 will be shaped, nat* ural • shoulder jackets and side vents. Trousers will have pleats, cuffs and straight legs. For the more adventurous, the double- breasted jackets are a must. There is much emphasis on the vest — matching vests, contrasting vests and jackets, matching vests and jackets with contrasting slacks, .sweater vests and reversible vests. New Colors Featured colors include camel, rust, forest green, oat- The fashion coat for Fall '73 is the belted wrap coat in gun-club check of brown, tan and camel. Pleated and cuffed slacks are of camel-colored wool. .t r &i Money as the Root Of Positive Thinking By HELEN HENNESSY NEW YORK (NEA) - How does the idea of having a few thousand extra dollars grab you? Does it make you smile? If it does, you're different from the average hard-working citizen, according to Eleanor Holtzman, noted consumer behavior specialist who is a senior vice president and director of information services of DKG advertising agency. Money and how it is regarded and used is her business. "Research indicates," she said, "that there is a negativism about money that pervades all aspects of handling it — saving, borrowing and spending "Money," she claims, "is the key to the good life. But most factors that characterize peo- p'e's attitudes toward it are negative ones. * VThis is largely a result of anxieties about not attaining pocls," she explained, "and is fed by the secrecy surrounding personal wealth." She pointed out that most people think of saving not for a nice vacation, a boat, a car or something pleasurable. They save for a rainy day. And because their thinking is disaster qr!gnted, they have difficulty in 3avjng. * Mrs. Holtzman is a wife and mother who has a home to run $n§ a career that gives full expression to her talents. She be«£me interested in money and how it is used some years ago wr f en she did research for such consumer clients as the Dollar Savings Bank, Getty Oil and Ccfrning Glassware. : "One thing I learned," she said, "is that when people save to-have something against disaster, it's like buying "death insurance.' " ' Frightened people save, she beljeves. The more optimistic invest. "People with real mopey," she added, "know that t>n& should borrow and keep his ovflj money intact. Really smart people are borrowing all the time and leaving their stock to tl.lir children. ; ^Think of money for a minute*" she said. "What are your iim thoughts? Probably, 'I wish I had more.' Our reactions are pot positive. Take the words usually associated with it — 'filthy rich,' 'money grubbing,' 'wallop in wealth,' 'disgustingly jrifji.' See what I mean?" * She quoted the Journal on Applied Psychology which defined $e>en factors characterizing people's attitudes toward money. meal, deep yellows and burgundies. Gray is used both as ground ana .an accent conr. Plaids still hold lint plate in gkns, tartans, gun-club checks, district checks and tatteraalls. There's i new length for topcoats - around the knee or above. And there wiH be betted wrap coats, ragtens, fitted waists, take leathers, sheep' skin-like linings, collars and trims. Sweaters come in layered looks with new shawl collars in both cardigans and pullovers. Shirts have the English spread collar as well as the updated button-down. Fabrics will, include stripes, checks, plaids in rich oxfords, chambrays and textured weaves. Both bow and four-in-hand an ties will be in classic reps, chains, foulards, checks, stripes, plaids. But the bow tie is still on top oc cne otsHiresaea asi. The hat and cap move into the fashion scene ki keeping with the trend toward the total k<ok. "Depending on his particular need, any man will find fashion to suit him this fall," said Max Evans, fashion director of (he MFA. From the fashions shown his statement was proved accurate. Emphasis at the fashion clinics was on the total man, his total image and the building of a total clothing system to go fticng comfortably with the way he spends his life — and his money. The classic English trench coat is in British tan cotton poplin and sports the new knee length. Hidden is a button-in wool lining. NOTICE CHERRINGTOM FAMU.Y REUNJOH 9 mi day, A«»- 5Jh IZ-iO p.m. LINCOLN PARK PAVILION Eleanor Holtzman sees money as something to be used and enjoyed not hoarded as a hedge against disas ters. And five of the seven were negative. Eleanor Holtzman believes we would all be better off if we thought of money in a positive way and realized that it can be exchanged for so many desirable things- "Don't be afraid to use it. Use it. Enjoy what you" She said she bows to the perceptive Miss Pearl Bailey who once said, "I've been rich and I've been poor. And believe me, (honey, rich is better." Think of money positively. It can buy good things and not just sit in the bank until you have trouble. VFW AUXILIARY The Ladies Auxiliary to the|i^„„_i . M < Veterans of Foreign Wars, m7,\ U ®**f*Mer S McGregor-Doniger's dressed up three-piec- er has jacket of ribless corduroy with top- stitching. Vest and pants are matching tartan. With women jockeys winning races daily, it isn't surprising that women are also into harness racing. Pat McBeth, Laura, is totally involved in racing. Not only is she a driver at the Knox County Fair, but all year long she assists her father, Hoyt Ltranee, and brother Bill in the training and care of the race horses. To watch her prepare a trotter for the next heat, it's obvious that she is an expert at handling horses. Deftly, she helped her father unhook the sulky from a horse which he has just ridden to second place and quickly got King's Girl into the next heat. Mrs. McBeth says that her three children and her husband, Dale, love the horses as much as she does, even -their 15 months old baby girl seems happy to be around them. Each summer they make the rounds of all the county fairs. Mrs. McBeth has an "F" license, which qualifies her to ride in fairs only, and says with a smile, that is as far as she plans to go! Training and preparing horses for racing is a year-round project. Each trotter has to run at least 400 to 500 miles before they are ready for the first heat. Six days a week Mrs. McBeth and her family work with the horses, jogging them around the track- But horses, like people, need Sunday off, she relates. All the work is worth it, thcugh, Mrs. McBeth believes, because the rewards are tremendous. First, there's the money, of course, and the trophies, but what is really thrilling Announce The sweater has come a long way from its original sportswear image. Ralph Lauren of Polo Fashions, winner of the 1973 Woolknit Design Award, accomplishes a new breakthrough with the.- formal all- American wool sweater-jacket shawl collared and leather buttoned in a flat Shaker knit. wiil meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. J'at Eagles Lodge. Rules for Annual Show Are Announced Rules for the fourth Annual Members' Show of the Galesburg Civic Art Center were announced by Mrs. Jess E. Locke;, chairman for the event. "My committee, Mrs. Jack Markofski and Mrs. Mable Bowden, would like to encour- Pat McBeth had a day off from harness racing Thursday, but ah* spent a busy day grooming horses and preparing thtm for ntatt, for her father, Hoyt Loranct. • (Registered photo by Steve Stout.) for her is just knowing that you've got a good horse, and participating in an exciting sport. Racing does involve certain dangers, but, fortunately for Mrs. McBeth, she has never fallen. Since sulky drivers sit with their legs straight out, if *** REGISTERED NURSE WANTED For Director of Loco I Homo Health Agency : + REFERENCE «nd EXPERIENCE REQUIRED . * PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERIENCE DESIRED PHONE V.N.A. OFFICE COTTAGE HOSPITAL-343-4121 jjjmdiy thru Friday for Inttrvitv Appointment Clues Reveal Dinner Spot , Nu Epsilon Chapter of Beta Engagement : Sigma Phi met for a summer Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pickrelisoc^ Tuesday evening termi- of near Galesburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Rodney Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Murray of near Avon. The bride-elect, a graduate I of George Churchil Junior High School, is employed at Ad- { moral's. Her fiance, a graduate of Bushineil-Prairie City natiing a Clue Hunt at the Pizza Hut with Mrs. Warren Ahl- herg, social chairman, in charge. Members were sent out in groups to search for dues to their destination. Prizes were given the early birds, Mrs. Virgil Bates, Mrs. Dorothy Fred- the stirrups break, then the driver is in trouble, because he would fall backwards. Horses sometimes take a tumble, too, during a race. Her father had a scary incident during a harness race this week—the horse's bridle broke, and Mr. Lorance had no control Couple Selects Wedding Date Miss Bonnie Dowsett and Steven Powers, both of Viola, have setected Saturday, Aug. U, as their wedding date. Vows wild be pledged ait 6 p.m. in the Viola United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the cere mony. Parents ci the bride-elect arej ricks and Mrs. LaClare Sloan The last group to report in Mr. and Mrs. Wiliacd Dowsett High Schod, is employed at was handed toy watches. That of near Viola, and parents of Butler Manufacturing Co. ,grc-mp consisted of Mr. and Mrs.,her fiance are Richard Powers No date has been set for the (Nick Louderman and Mr. andjaf Viola and Mrs. John Graggi wedding. Mrs. Larry Walters. of Tucson, Ariz. 1 ' at all over him. Finally, the trotter spotted Mrs, McBeth's 13 year-old daughter sitting on the fence, and came over to her. Mrs. McBeth says that each horse has a distinct personality, and that is what mikes racing thrilling, because you never know what will happen until the race is over. —A.L.B, Whalavw flu OctaaiM SAYHMST' ANDERSON florbb 1MN.WMD MMW age any artist in our area to enter this show," noted the chairman. The Fust Galesburg National Bank, sponsor for the Members' Show, has made it possible to award cash prizes to the outstanding work in the shew. There will be no restrictions on categories or medium. Each artist may enter two works and, of course, be a member of the Civic Art Center (having paid their dues by Sept. 7. Mrs. Nancy Hedges, education chairman of the Peoria Art Guild, will judge the entries and award a first, second and third cash prize. She will also award six Honorable Mentions. An opening tea will be held on Sunday, Sept. 9, between 1 and 4 p. m. Voting for the Peoples' Favorite Work of Art" will be held all afternoon (and the results announced at the close of the tea. Further information may be obtained through the Civic Art ICenter. The Art Center will be dosed to the public Aug. 1 through Aug. 20, The center will reopen Aug. 21 with an exhibit of photographs of migrant Americans in the IBM's. The exhibit entitled "Black Dignity" has been made available by the Illinois Arts Council. SWITHIOD, MONITOR, VIKING Viking lodges will hold a joint • _ "ft * ] _X /» — _ L Two Visit Relatives In California Mrs. F. C. Healey, 146 N. Whitesboro St., and Mrs. A. N. Walberg, 564 N. Cedar St., have returned from a visit in California where Mrs. Healey visited at the home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jackman at Pomona. Mrs. Walberg visited with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Olson at Santa Monica, and family. While visiting on the west coast, members of Mrs. Healey's family gathered for a reunion. Among the places Mrs. Healey visited were Lake Arrowhead in the San Bemadino mountains and Arrowhead Springs. Mrs. Walberg was honored at numerous events at the homes of relatives and friends, one being at the home of a cousin she hadn't seen for 50 years. PILOT CLUB Pilot Club will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. for a Hobo Party at the home of Mrs. T. V. Szerlong, 1664 N. Kellogg St. Mem- The Swithiod, Monitor andbers are asked to note the . 1_J !11 1..1J _ .!_* J. it- m * i « change of date. Reservations or picnic Monday at 6 p.m. at cancellations may be made Lake Storey. Meat and hever- with Mrs. Dale H. Johnson, 369 ages will be furnished. Marston Ave. C Last Chance This Summer!^ Teen-age Sewing Course Girls 10 to 18 Make a dregs and learn to sew this vacation, Accelerated course, nr. lessons, 17.50 (only 98$ hr.) Register today for class Starting August 6th READ THE WANT ADS! Ill I MAIN ST. GMISIUIG 343-5019 SINCER

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