A digital recreation of an article published in Cloud 9 Magazine No3 1966
Relaxation for Joyce Wilson is a one-way street. She has even gone so far as to make it a daily routine right after she comes home from work. It’s as simple as this. She slips into something very comfortable, and then turns her hi-fi set to some soothing beat.
But we don’t mean to imply-and you certainly shouldn’t infer that Joyce spends her entire time in the evenings at home listening to the radio. Such is hardly the case. But she does feel that a few minutes of carefree relaxation in the evenings put her in just the proper set of mind to face the activities of the evening. It’s sort of a tonic.
Aside from the fifteen minutes to a half hour of listening to music, Joyce is really on the go all the time. Usually, after a short period of relaxation, she dashes into the shower, washes and changes clothes and is ready for an evening of dancing and dining out. You see, Joyce is a very popular girl. But popular or not, she refuses to sacrifice those few moments every day with her prize possession-her hi-fi