Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 8, 1969 · Page 11
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DeMolay Queen Of Holiday Dance t—R WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1969 i POLLY'S POINTERS (Richard Clark Photo) MISS CAROLYN PEELE, seated, the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peele, was crowned queen of the holiday dance held December 28 by members of St. Alban's Chapter, Order of DeMolay. Shown with her are, from left, Jane Morton, Bill Wood, Betsy Baggott, Bob Jenkins, Rickey Heaney, the queen's escort; Debbie Herbert, retiring queen; Rick York, Starlyn Thompson, Dennis Baltzell, Camilla Harlow, and Brtace Hunt. Miss Peele was crowned by Debbie Herbert, retiring queen, as the thrilling climax to a gala evening in the ballroom which was beautifully decorated with the theme of "Candy Canes and Silver Lanes." Miss Herbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen D. Herbert Jr., estcorted by Rick York, entered the ballroom to the strains of "House of The Rising Sun." Other members of the Court were Miss Starlyn Thompson, worthy advisor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, escorted by Dennis Baltzell, who entered to the tune of "Please Love Me Forever"; Betsy Baggott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Baggott, escorted by Bob Jenkins, who entered to the tune of "Summertime"; Jane Morton, daughter of Mrs. Edgar Morton, escorted by Bill Wood, who entered to the tune of "Misty"; and Camilla Harlow, daughter of Mrs.... Fred Harlow, escorted by Brunt Hunt, who entered to the tune "I Will Always Think About You." Members of the advisory council of DeMolay and the advisory board of Rainbow served as chaperones. The refreshments were served by the DeMolay Mother's club. The retiring queen carried a long stemmed white rose and the new queen carriea en arm bouquet of red roses. Each attendant carried a single long stemmed red rose. Music for the dance was furnished by the Sting Ray band pf this city. Homer Arnold is advisor of St Alban's Chapter and Mrs. Mabel Fulford is mother advisor of the Rainbow girls. Old Club Yearbooks Make Good Recipe Files DEAR POLLY — It occurred J to me that it is a good idea to save those old club yearbooks that are soon going to be outdated and paste recipes in them. They are all much the same size and would take very little space to file. One book could be used for one category of recipes such as salads, one for casseroles, etc. Guess I have just found myself a new hobby and from the looks of my recipe file it is a long overdue one. Mrs. S.C.B. DEAR POLLY — I bought a bedspread advertised as being lint- free. It is a t h e r mal weave and also was claimed to be a machine-washable. The shedding of lint has caused me trouble ever since I bought it and is worse since it was washed. Now it is little white balls of fuzz and this clings to everything it touches. The store where the spread was purchased offered to exchange this for another kind of spread but they did not have the color I wanted. Do other people have this problem with thermal weabe bedspreads of blankets and what do they do? LILLIAN Dear Atofov Who's To Blame For The Kids? AM DEAR ABBY: You told a woman who blamed her husband when she found out she was pregnant when she didn't want any more kids that she should lay off because it was partly her fault, too. You said, "It takes two to tango," or something like that. Well, you are dead wrong. It takes only one strong determined male to trap a helpless female, bat if c the poor woman who pays the price in the end. I ought to know. It happened, to me. NELL DEAR NELL: That was no tango, Lady. DEAR ABBY: I have been reading your advice every day looking for a solution to my problem. but to no avail. so here goes: I am a 38- year - old married woman with no children. My marriage is a happy one now, but for years I didn't draw a s^ber breath. I haven't touched a drop in two years and I feel in my heart that NOTHING in this world could ever make me touch the stuff again. Now what's my problem? Does « nonpmcticing alcoholio have to go thru life looking like a, "hag" for the rest of her lire? My drinking has aged me 20 eyars. My face is covered with deep lines and wrinkles. I look like an old woman. I've tried all the facials and "tightening" creams and nothing has worked. Is there a good plastic surgeon in the Chicago area who isn't too terribly expensive, and would let me pay on time? Also, Abby. please tell your readers that there is no better way in the world to learn how to live without alcohol than ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. I really didn't want to quit drinking but went to a meeting just to get my family doctor off my back, and here I am, sober and happy and eager to face life. If I can quit, ANYBODY can. * NAMELESS PLEASE DEAR NAMELESS: My hat's off to you.. Talk to your family doctor about that plastic surgery, and ask for his recommendation. DEAR ABBY: This is for "DEPRESSED," the 25- year- old wife and mother who wants "shots" to increase the size of her bust: If the first place, where did she get the idea that all males consider big bosoms important? It just isn't so. What is important to a man is lhat womin should be neat, clean, honest, and considerate. I have spoken to other men about thisv and they agree that a big bust is zero. Tt doens't a3d one thing to a woman's real sexiness. In other words, a real man wouldn't walk around the corner to stare at one of those top-heavy cows. Thank you. AN IRATE FLUMBEB DEAR POLLY - After Christmas, when I am packing decorations, tree lights and so on, I write on my calendar on November of the coming year all the items like paper, light bulbs etc., that will be needed for next Christmas. When Christmas items are on sale, I can toll at a glance what is needed without unpacking anything. LOIS DEAR POLLY — The answer for Mrs. W. E.M. is "Yes, water from a dehumidifier also removes dust from the air, it is preferable to first filter the water through a piece of firm material. An alternative treatment would be to allow this water to stand for a few days in a gallon-sized plastic milk jug. When the water is distilled the pure water is collected and the minerals are left behind. JAMES H. You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write to Polly in care of this newspaper. tire it CONFIDENTIAL TO VAL IN HOLLYWOOD: Good question: But don't believe everything you see in print. Many famous peo- pfe could sue for defamation of character but do not because they know that one cannot wrestle with a skunk without emei-g- ing from, the encournter smelling the worse for it. Everybody has a pro blem. What's yours? For a personl reply write to Abby, Box 69700 Los Angeles, Cal., 90069 and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. FOR ABBY'S NEW BOOKLET "WHAT TEEN-AGERS WANT TO KNOW," SEND $1.00 TO ABBY 69700, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 9O069. Nancy Dilley, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dilley, 712 Lake Park Road, and Sara Dykes, right, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dykes, 107 North 32d street, were included in a group of twenty- one Methodist high school youth who spent their holidays attending a social action seminar in New Orleans, Louisiana. Both girls are seniors at the Mt. Vernon township high school, and are leaders in the youth program of First United Methodist church. Along with five adult sponsors, the group left Mt. Vernon by charter bus on December 26 and returned December 31. They spent the first night in Winona, Mississippi, sleeping in a residence owned by the United Methodist church and visiting with youth of the city. Arriving in New Orleans on December 27, the group was based in the Second United Methodist church, an inner-cily mission located near the French Quarter, and serving a variety of persons in the community. The church pastor directed a program of visits to French Quarter places of interest, and to places frequented by "hippies." jazz buffs and assorted militants. They engaged in dialogue with white and Negro iJeople whose lives have b°en spent in the city. They talked with illiterates and with those who are university educated. On Sunday different groups visited churches serving the very poor, as well as in the miuaic income and wealthy sections of the city. They discussed life and its demands with persons who work in prisons, in half-way houses, and in social service centers. They ate "typical" French Quarter food and attempted to understand people who live in a world quite different from Aat known by Southern Illinois youth. The u-ip was organized by the youth leaders of the Southern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist church. Miss Ha thy Carlson, assistant director of Wesley Foundation in Carbondale, was the seminar leader. Birthday Party For Brad Meador Master Brad Jensen Meador was guest of honor at a party Saturday, January 4—celebrating his seventh birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meryin Meador, Brownsville Road. There were six guests present, Mary Ann Finn, Judy. Ward, Kathy Olin, Brain Olin, Jeff Ramsey, and Bradley, Wilson. Games were played and prizes awarded. Each guest received balloons and favors. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Meador, assisted by Delica Meador and LaJoan Meador. The guest of honor received many nice gifts. ' Other callers were his grandparents, Mr. and, Mrs. E. K. Fleener, Mr. and Mrs. Gene House and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finn, Mrs. Hazel Ramsey, Peggy June Ramsey, and : Kevin Cummings. The problem of weight control is basically to bring energy intake (food) into balance with energy output, (activity). If a person consumes more calories than he uses in his daily activity, the excess will be stored as increased weight. Nutritionists say, "We have our choice in today's affluent society of remaining slightly hungry during most of our lives, or of getting sufficient exercise to use up the calories we. enjoy." A balanced diet, with minimum starches and fats, plus plenty/of exercise, should; keep weight fairly constant.': Socially Yours By NAD1NE Society Editor Mr. and Mrs. Lee eHard and daughters, Allea and Kela of Irving ,Tex., have returned to their home after spending the New Year's holidays with relatives and friends. -o- -o- -o- 1 Bill Southerd of Route 5, Mt. Vernon, will be 78 years old, January 10 and Asa Knowles, a resident of Hickory Grove Manor Nursing Home, a former resident of Bonnie will be 84 years old, January 11, as we were told in a telephone , call from their friend, Mrs. Wanda Bullock. ... Orley Hart pf 1619 South 12th street will be 84 years old January 12, as reported by his daughter, Mrs. Carl Minor of Joliet. . . Maude Phillips will be 86 years old January 14 and Lucy Hayes will be 90 years old January 16. They are residents of the Maple Grove Shelter Care, 1304 Main. . . We do hope they will receive many other cards along with the one we —are mailing today. FLATTERER! Christian Dior—"Women are most fascinating between the ages of 35 and 40, after they have won a few races and know how to pace themselves. Since few women ever pass 40, maximum fascination can continue indefinitely." PERSONALS Mrs. Virginia DeSelms is a patient in room 206, Glenview Hospital, Dayton, Ohio. She underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Mrs. DeSelms is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs —Neal Phelps of this city. She would appreciate cards and letters from relatives and friends. -o- -o- -c- Janie Prosise of Woodlawn shopped in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. H. W. Irwin of Belle Rive was a visitor in the King City yesterday. Metzgers Wed 43 Years Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Metzger of the Salem Road will observe their 43rd wedding anniversary January 8. Mrs. Metzger is the former Thelma Byford, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byford. Mr. Metzger retired December 16, 1965 after 42 years of service with the Illinois Bell Telephone Company. They are the parents of four children, Donald Metzger of Godfrey, 111., Morris Metzger, at home, and Norman Metzger and Mrs. Lois Rodotz, both of Granite City. They have five grandsons. No special plans have been made for the occasion. GOSPEL CONCERT! Mt. Vernon High School Auditorium FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1969 8:00 P.M. FEATURING: THE IMPERIALS — Nashville, Tennessee THE BLACKWOOD SINGERS — Memphis, Tennessee THE CHRISTIANAIRES — Mt. Vernon, Illinois THE SPIRITUALS — Opdyke, Illinois TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE: Call: 242-0931 or 244-2740 or Write: Box 405, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864 DONATION: $2.00 Reserved—$1.50 Gen. Admission Help Bring Gospel Music Back To Mt. Vernon . . . Be Sure To Attend This Concert!! Audition Call For Red Stocking Follies -o- -o- -o- Fabulous Caftan Fortune to buy, very easy to sew — just 4 pattern pieces. Sew an elegant, caftan-inspired dress lavished with embroidery in jewel colors. Pattern 7068: transfer, printed pattern S (1012); M (14-16; L (18-20). State size. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks Mt. Vernon Register-News, Needlecraft Dept., Box 163 Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. Giant, new 1969 Needlecraft Catalog — over 200 designs to choose, 3 free patterns printed inside. Send 50c now. NEW! "50 INSTANT GIFTS" — fabulous fashions, toys, decorator accessories. Make it today, give it tomorrow! Ideal for all occasions. 50c "16 Jiffy Rugs" to knit, crochet, weave, sew, hook. 50c Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50c Bargain! Quilt Book 1 has 16 beautiful patterns. 50c Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 superb quilts. 50c Book 3. "Quilts for Today 's Living". 15 patterns. 50c WRAP YOU IN PAPER Paper dresses are in again this summer with an even greater variety of styles and colors—for mom and baby, from full-length gown to bikinis. A paper dress can also make an original gift for someone you know. SUMMER SHADES IN BATH Co-ordinate your bathroom with shades of aqua, navy and white, with perhaps a touch of green for a cool, airy look in the summer. Then simply change to bright yellows and oranges for more warmth In winter. SHIRLEY HARVEY Formerly Employed at Le Genee Beauty Salon Is Now Employed At MR. KIRK'S, 1020 Jordan All Old And New Customers Welcome Shown above from left are, Mrs. Wendell Taylor, general chairman, Victor Duntiere, director, and Mrs. Wilson Harris, chairman of talent for the Red Stocking Follies. Almost 200 enthusiastic Mt. Vernonites responded to the talent call of Victor Duntiere, director with Jerome H. Cargill producer of New York, last night at the Elks Lodge. The first audition for the Red The Follies are sponsored by onary care equipment for the Stocking Follies will be held the Good Samaritan Hospital hospital. January 23 and "25 at the Mt. Auxiliary, proceeds of which will Tickets may be obtained from Vernon high school auditorium, go toward the purchase of cor- any auxiliary member. Status Symbol Sweated Out BY BETTY CANARY I wouldn't have brought this up if I hadn't seen the notice in my newspaper about Robert L. Jacques of Rockville, Md., filing suit against Curtis Publishing Co. Mr. Jacques was one of those millions cut off by Curtis when Saturday Evening Post pruned its subscription list last fall. Let Mr. Jacques' experience be a lesson to us. He is back on that subscription list, which at least proves we can be considered sophisticated if only we want to fight for it. SatEvePost switched many subscribers to the list at Holiday magazine because they wanted to concentrate on a more sophisticated audience. Holiday readers take note. Does this mean those interested in travel, foreign ports and exotic places are the least sophisticated of us all? By dropping readers, Saturday Evening Post became an instant status symbol. And, when the purge bijgan, I wor­ ried. Would they drop me? As I own neither color television nor sauna bath, I have to hang on to whatever status symbols I do have. I read articles written by those who had been dropped. And I waited. Over my car radio I listened to the laments of those who had in happier days been recipients of the Post, And, I waited. I began e xperiencing a slight throb at my right temple when watching for the postman to turn our corner. Each day I expected a notice saying I had been relegated to the Post's past. The throb turned into a mean headache. I started meeting the postman down the street "Are you sure I didn't get a letter?" I would beg, while hoping, oh yes, praying, there wouldn't be one. "Gee, leady," he would answer, "let go my coat." I started putting on eye shadow before breakfast just to prove to myself that I was sophisticated even if the Post didd drop me. The day I received my regular copy of the magazine I penciled in a beauty mark close to my left jawbone as sort of a little celebration. The old fear still haunted me. Perhaps my notice had been lost in the mail. But the next issue arrived and the next issue and I began to relax. Then it happened. I got a letter from Saturday Evening Pojst and I couldn't believe my eyes. It was an order blank for a new subscription. You can see the problems this presented. I already have one subscription. Will two make me twice as sophisticated? If I now try to get a subscription to Holiday will I be refused because I am too sophisticated? And after this, what would happen if I ever tried to drop the Saturday Evening Post? I just wonder if they would allow it! Mr. Jacques has paved the way. He got back on their, list and, by golly, if the day comes when I want to quit, I'll Ult. • r' ,

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