Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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PACK TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,1958 tThe Women Social Events —Group Activities MISS MARY EVELYN KESSLER Mm Kessler To Be Bride Of James B. Williams in August Dr. and Mrs. John Philip Kessler of Belleville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Mary Evelyn, to James B. Williams, son of Mrs. Merrell Grable of 715 Fifth St., East Alton. Plans are being made for an August wedding. Miss Kessler, a graduate of Belleville Township High School, Bride, Will Be Honored Tonight Belleville Township High School, rr< TV fa r j, nil 9g > is an alumna of Belleville Junior -* OHl W aiCmOUSe, College where she • became a member of Phi Theta Kappa, national junior college honor fraternity. Since receiving a bachelor of science degree in education from Southern Illinois University in Mr. and Mrs. Edson P. Waterhouse of Fairmount will enter- School. Her social sorority is Sigma Kappa. Mr. Williams is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Com- U. S. Marine Corps, he has returned to Southern Illinois Uni- Vtrsity's Carbondale campus, where he is a member of Phi Kappa Tau social fraternity. Miss Kessler was honored recently at a kitchen shower in St. Augustine's Restaurant, Belleville. Mrs. Grable and Mrs. Eugene Moore of East Alton were among the guests. The Herchal Jones Surprised at Party On 19th Anniversary Miss Frances Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Herchal Jones of 1209 McKinley Blvd., entertained with a surprise party honoring her parents last evening in their home observing their 19th wedding anniversary. A Japanese motif was used for the party with a floral arrangement in that theme centering the punch table. Gift flowers were arranged throughout the house. Some 20 friends of the couple were invited for the party. Miss Jones was assisted by the Misses Janet and Karen Miller. Mrs. Burt Hostess Mrs. William Burt of 2006 Washington Ave., entertained members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Monday evening at a card party in her home. Canasta and pinochle were played during the evening and guests were Mr.«. Jop PfHif Jr., Miss Violet Hosey, and Miss Margaret Crnneau. Mrs. Carl Bedwill, 3297 Hawthorne Ave., will entertain with a card party July 8 at 8 o'clock. this evening in son, Lt. (jg) Tom Waterhouse, and his wife who arrived Monday from Long Beach, Calif., for a week's visit at the Waterhouse residence. Mrs. Waterhouse is the former Miss Mary Maurine Bell, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Edwin Bell of Oshkosh, Wis, The couple was married March 29 in the Navy Base Chapel in Long Beach where Lt. Waterhouse is assistant navigator for the U.S.S. Columbus. The former Miss Bell was graduated from the University of Wisconsin and received a degree in education from Wisconsin State College. Lt. Waterhouse was graduated from Western Military Academy and Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. [Mother's Helper FOR PICNICS, make your gelatine deuert in a tcrew- top jar tn»tead of the iwual fcowl. Then, warn you're packlni the luach, limply •crew on the Ud and never worry about spilllug. If you feave § cooler, Mt the jar to Ibe loe I* keep (be felatioe Iron ttuuefyim. Or, wrap ttoe lw !» Uyew of 4a»p Vo(k P<P^ MISS EWEN Plans Wedding For October 25 Mr. and Mrs, Carl M. Ewen, 100 Victory Dr., East Alton, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their eldest daughter, Mary, to Yousuf A. Wilson Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sr. of Meadowbrook. Miss Ewen is employed as a secretary in the Brass Mill office of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Her fiance is a building contractor in St. Louis. Both are alumni of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. The couple will be married Oct. 25 in St. Matthew's Catholic Church. Auxiliary Meets > Ladies Auxiliary of Hellrung met Tuesday evening at the shelter house for a business meeting and social hour. Hostesses were Mrs. Emil Kaiser, Mrs. Ernest Walking, Mrs. Freddie Botl, and Mrs. Guy Yoder. The auxiliary will meet next Aug. 5 at 8 o'clock. Gail Gereman Wed Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gers- nian of 1034 Danlorth St. announce the marriage of their daughter, Gail, to Gerald W Shantz, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Miller Shantz of Kirkwood which took place Saturday, June 21 in St. Louis. The couple is residing on Westminster place. St. Louie. Plume*Wade Vows Read In Jerseyville Miss Joycp \Varip. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heher A. Wade of Rt. 2. Jprspyvillp, and Walter J. Plump, son of Mrs. Lloyd Plump of Amboy, 111., and the late Mr. Plump, wrre married Sunday afternoon at HIP First Methodist Church, Jprspyvillp. The RPV. Earl W. Dickny. pastor, performed the ceremony at 2:30 o'clock in n setting of palms which dpcoratpd thp candlelighted altar of thp church. Miss Ruth Wade, sister of the bride, who is a junior at Southern Illinois University, Carton- dale, was maid of honor, and Grace Ellen Sunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sunn ot St. Louis, a niece of the bride, was flower girl. Kenneth Plume of Amboy was ' best man for his brother and the guests were seated by Truman Yocom of Jerseyville, Buford Sample of Alton, Charles Wade, Frank Yocom, Lloyd Anderson of Jerseyville. The bride was attired in a ballerina length dress of Chantilly lace over white satin and net. Her shoulder length veil was secured by a crown of lace and her bouquet was composed of a white orchid encircled with white roses. The maid of honor appeared in a turquoise chiffon dress of ballerina length and wore a circlet of white daisies in her hair. Her flowers were pink carnations. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held in the church parlors and a dinner was given later by the bride's family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Yocom. Mr. and Mrs. Plume left for the East Coast where they will honeymoon, and will spend the remainder of the summer at Dixon, 111. They will establish their residence at Wilmington, HI., in the fall. The bride received her bachelor of science degree from Western Illinois University where she was affiliated with Kappa Delta Pi honor society. She teaches in the home economics department of Wilmington High School. Mr. Plume received a bachelor of science degree from Northern Illinois University. He is also teaching at the Wilmington High School in the chemistry and physics department. James Hubbard Of Carrollton Takes Bride Honeymooning in Wisconsin are Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hubbard who were married in a 2 o'clock ceremony Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church in Minonk, 111. The bride is the former Miss Eleanor R. Janssen, daughter of Mrs. John E. Janssen of Minonk, and the late Mr. Janssen. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Hubbard of Carrollton. A reception in the church social room immediately followed the ceremony which was read by the Rev. Edwin F. Riske. The bride was attired in a gown of Chantilly lace featuring a bouffant skirt of silk organza which swept into a chapel length train. Her three English illusion veil was attached to a frown trimmed in pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis centered by a white orchid. She was given in marriage by her brother, Dr. Melvin R. Janssen of West Lafayette, Ind. The bride was graduated this year from the University of Illinois where she majored in home economics education. The groom was graduated also this year from the University of Illinois where he majored in agricultural journalism. He will enter the service as a second lieutenant July 29. Rosa Welch Honored At Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Medlock ol 1134 Seller St., entertained 19 persons Tuesday evening at a birthday party given in honor of Mrs. Medlock's daughter, Rosa Lie Jane Welch. It was her ninth birthday. Games were played with prizes won by Bienda Emmons, Lonnie Kembro, Paula Lick, James Welch, and Frances Rid- enou}-. Guests at the party were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fatchelt and Mrs. Delmar Kimbro. Mrs. Medlock was assisted in serving by Miss Mary Pence. Nurse Crads Feted St. Joseph's Hospital Women's Auxiliary entertained the graduating class of St, Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing Monday evening at a barbecue in the R, J. Muckerman residence in Brighton. Mrs. Harley Yolton was chairman of the affair. Mm Brooks, John /. Drose Reveal Wedding Attendants Miss Marilyn Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks of .1705 Aberdeen Ave., who will marry John .T. Drcse on July 12, has asked Mrs. William Reinhardt to serve as her only attendant. ' Richard Hughes has been selected by Mr. Drose to act as best man. Andrew MncDonald and Dean Jncnhy will SPH( gnpsts before thp ceremony which will take* placp at 1 o'clock in St. Mary's Church. Thn nuptial couple will receive from 2-4 o'clock in HIP Cibara Club. Miss Brooks will be honored with a shower of kitchen gifts at a party this evpning to be given in the Westerner Club by Miss Irene Brown of St. Louis. Slip was guest of honor last Saturday at a luncheon-shower in the home of Mrs. Melvin Thomas, npe Shirley Dietschey, in Belleville. Co-hnstesses for the party were Mrs. Donald McCoy of Alton and Mrs. Rob- nrt Augusto of Edwardsville, the former Patsy Br.cker. Earlier in June Mrs. Clinton Dickmann, Mrs. Guy Berthlett and Mrs. Jack Clark gave a party for the bride-elect in the Dickmann home in Dow. For this occasion dinner was served to guests who presentod Miss Brooks with gifts of a personal nature. Wed in Prairietown Miss Ruth Gusewelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gusewelle of Prairietown, and Ralph Newby of Plainview were married Sunday evening in the Lutheran Church by the Rev. O. Horstman. The bride is a graduate of Edwardsville High School in the class of 1958. and is employed by Tri-City Grocery, Edwardsville. The groom is in the Army and is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. T. G. Richards Takes Bride In South Bend Before her marriage Sunday afternoon Mrs. Thomas Gerald Richards was Miss Shara Lou Beehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Beehler, South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Richards of 2302 State St., are parents of the bridegroom. Dr. F. O. Rittenhouse, president of Emmanuel Missionary College, Berrien Springs, Mich., performed the 4 o'clock ceremony in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The church was decorated with palms, baskets of pink and white gladioli, candelabra and pew bows. The bride chose for her wedding gown a ballerina dress fashioned of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. Her beaded tiara crown held a fingertip veil of Imported French illusion. The bride carried pink sweetheart roses on a white Bible. Miss Patricia Beehler was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Delores Richards, sister of the bridegroom. Susie Nelson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. Dale Nelson of South Bend was flower girl. Bible boy was Gary Brown, son of Dr. and Mrs. Royce Brown of Western Springs, 111. . Harold Richards served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Robert Hardt, Bernard Doyle and Jack Guyon, all of South Bend. After the reception in the educational building auditorium the couple left for their honeymoon in southern Indiana. They will reside in Alton. The bride was graduated from Riley High School, South Bend, and will graduate from Hinsdale Hospital School of Nursing, Hinsdale, 111., in October. Mr. Richards was graduated from Alton High School and is a pre-dental student at Southern Illinois University here. . Sam Mitchell h Bride In Bryan, Ohio Miss Sara Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Mitchell, formerly of 1910 Beall Ave., now residing in Bryan, Ohio, and Peter Andre Weitzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Weitzel of Park Ridge, 111., were married Saturday morning in an 11 o'clock ceremony in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Bryan. A breakfast and reception in Orchard Hills Country Club immediately followed the ceremony. The couple plans to reside in Miami, Fla., where the groom is associated with the Miami Herald. Mrs. Philip Majerus of St. Louis served as matron of honor for the bride, and bridesmaids were Miss Joyce Peters and Miss Cynthia Jorday. Jon Wpit/el acted as best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Richard Archbold and Harry Wappler. Seating' guests were the groom's brother, Jerry Weitzel, and Maurice E. Vitale. The bride wore a gown of Swiss embroidered organdy over taffeta featuring a three tiered bouffant skirt, and she carried a prayer book overlaid with orchids and lilies-of-the-valley. The attendants were attired in gowns of green silk organza over taffeta, and they carried cascade bouquets of lilies-of-the- valley, roses, and daisies. The bride and groom were graduated in June from the college of liberal arts and sciences at the University of Illinois. Both served four years on the "Daily Illini," and Mr. Weitzel was editor-in-chief his senior year. Mrs. Weitzel was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chron, Torch, and Shorter Board honorary societies in her freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years respectively. The groom was a member of Sigma Delta Chi national journalism fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Koenig of 1016 Angle St., were guests at the wedding. # 4 Birthday Dinner In Rosewood Heights Mrs. Rosa Havelka and her brother, Emmet Branson, were honored at a birthday dinner last evening in the home of Mrs. Havelka's daughter, Mrs. Walter Strohbeck in Rosewood Heights. Assisting Mrs. Strohbeck as hostess was her sister, Mrs. George Miller of East Alton. Mrs. Havelka marked her 77th birthday yesterday and Mr. Branson will be 75.on the Fourth of July. Some 16 persons attended the dinner. The table was centered by a floral arrangement sent by Mrs. Have.'ka's grandson, Gene Miller, who lives in California. The dining room decorations were done by her great-granddaughter, Mary Margaret Miller. t Birthday Party Miss Beverly Gehrke, daugh- .ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gehrke of 152 Bethalto Rd., was honored on her 14th birthday Monday evening with a party in her home. Dancing and games furnished the entertainment tor the evening, and prizes were awarded to the Misses Bobby Kay Floyd, Barbara Travis, and Doris Spears. Daughter Of former Area Residents Wed Miss Joah Hamilton Mills, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mills of Evanston. and Wayne Story of Evnnston. son of Mrs. Docia Story of Montrose, Colo., were married June 28 in the First Methodist Church chapol in Evanston. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Hnrold Bosley, pastor of the church. Attending the wedding from this area was the bride's aunt, Mrs. H. C. Borlin of Carrollton, and Mrs. Leo Smith ot Jerseyville. The bride's mother is the former Eugenia Hamilton of Jerseyvillp. and her father, Donald Mills is a former Carrollton resident. Following the wedding a reception was held at the University Club In Evanston. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Story left on a wedding trip to Colorado and upon their return will make their home at 536 Michigan Ave., Chicago. The bride has a B.A. degree from Carleton College and studied at Northwestern University for one year. She is employed in the promotion de partment of Scott-Foresman in Chicago. Mr. Story is a graduate of the University of Missouri and engaged in business in Chicago. Ann Landers Wandering Spouse Not Good Prospect for Second Chance MRS. THOMAS GERALD RICHARDS MISS EBBELER To Be Married Mrs. Otto G. Ebbeler of Brighton is announcing the engagement of her only daughter, Emma Ellen, .to Donald E. Brandt, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Brandt, also of Brighton. The bride-elect and prospec- tivje groom are both 1955 graduates of Brighton High School. Mr. Brandt is employed by the Duncan Foundry and Machine Works, Inc. The couple is planning a fall wedding. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Peters Jr., of Alexander, Va., arrived here Tuesday evening to visit with relatives and friends. They are staying at the home of Mr. Peters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Peters Sr., 421 East Tenth St. Miss Jean Montgomery of 2213 Virginia Ave., and Miss Jean Glenn of 1909 Park Ave., will leave Sunday to fly to Miami Beach and then to Daytona Beach, Fla., where they wiU vacation for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Laird and daughter, Ruth, of 1122 Vernie St., and granddaughter, Miss Lucia Laud, returned Monday from Nairn, Canada, and Brooklyn, Mich., where they have been vacationing. Mrs. Everett Miller of 3103 Alby St., and .Miss Rosemary tiell recently returned from a vacation trip to Nunda, N. Y., where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson. They were also at Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Halstenberg and daughter, Miss Mary Lou Halstenberg, of 2707 Sanford Ave., will leave July 13 for Fort Dodge, Tc-wa, where they will spend two weeks vacationing. Herbert W. Bierman of 18 Marietta PI., is attending the first workshop on ''The Art ot Preaching andCommunications ' being held at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. He is one of 50 ministers representing eight denominations and 12 states selected to participate in the special training program. Great Books Group Talks of Citizenship Members of the Great Books Study Group discussed John Milton's "Aeropugitica" at a meeting last evening in the Wood River Library. Written as a plea for trep- dom of the press, discussion ot the work centered around censorship. The group will meet again on July 15 in the library when the discussion will be on selections from Adam Smith's "The Wealth of Nations." Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Klein of Prairie town are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Bob Sherfy of Staunton. Miss Klein will teach primary grades at Staunton Lutheran School this fall. Mr. Sherfy recently returned home after serving 34 months with the Air Force in Hawaii. ANN: I'm 26, the mother of a 5-year-old daughter and have been separated from my husband for almost six years. When I was pregnant my husband walked out on me for no good reason. 11 my folks hadn't been such big-hearted people I would have i taken the gas- pipe. 1 am quite content with my life now. 1 have a good job and my little girl has a wondorful home. Ann l*nd«rs. Until two years ago I received no financial help from my husband. In fact, 1 didn't even know where he was The law finally caught up with him (after considerable searching) and now he gives me the support required by law. Last week, out of the blue, I got a phone call from my husband. He wants me to come back to him. He lives in a large city about 2,000 miles away. I'm only human and would like to have a normal home life. But he refuses to pay my fare out there. I'm reluctant to take off work and go. I think he should come to me. What do you say? A.V.D.G. Stay where you are and tell your husband if he wants to talk about a reconciliation he knows where to find you. A man who leaves a pregnant wife "for no good reason" then, four years later has to be reminded of his obligation by lawyers, doesn't sound like a very hot prospect for the long pull. This character has a lot of proving to do. If he wants a second chance he should be willing to come to you—with his hat in his hand. And don't be so quick to grab him unless you're convinced he's changed. * » * * DEAR ANN: I'm a girl 19 who works downtown. Maybe I ought to know the answer to this one without asking—but 1 don't. My boy friend has pulled the same gag on me about 10 times and I'm fed up. When I told my dad about this he just laughed .and said, "I think it's very funny!" On weekends we always go to the races, ball games, movies or whatever happens to be in town. He asks me for a dinner- date and we plan to eat at some nice place. Always at the last minute he smells a hot-dog joint or a chili parlor or he gets a yen for pizza. We wind up eating at some greasy spoon where the total bill is $2.00. What do you think about this? Does it sound like he's cheap- ing out on me? ' HILDY. Are you looking for a boy friend, Hildy, or a five-course meal? It sounds to me as if he'd like to take you to fancy places but he simply can't afford it. If this lad were taking YOU to chili joints and some other girl to the 1 plush restaurants, you might have cause to complain. Under the circumstances say nothing—and eat at home :f you are suffering from malnutrition. * * * • DEAR ANN: I'm in love with a girl who is a rotten driver. She always wants to borrow my car and the few times I've let her use it she's brought it back with a smashed headlight, out oi gas, run-down battery or busted radio antenna. She has a million apologies but has yet to offer to pay for any of the damage. Her own father won't let her drive the family car and I sure don't blame him. She has a license although I don't know how she got one because she's actually a menace on the street. She knows she's not a good driver but claims the only way she'll improve is by practice. This makes sense but I still hate to let her have my car. Am J wrong? JACKSON. This girl needs more than "practice"-she needs lessons. You'd be a fool to let her have your car until she proves she can handle the wheel. Tell her to enroll in a driving school and when she gets her diploma you'll ride with her and see what she has learned. Until then—the answer should be no, Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read ANN LANDERS' new booklet, "How to Live With Your Parents,' enclosing with your request .20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems, Send them to her in care ol this newspaper and enclose 4 stamped self-addressed envelope). (©. 1958, Field Enterprise*. Inc.) Beauty Tips The body has its own air-conditioning system. But it can break down if skin pores are clogged with dirt. The body cools off as internal beat escapes as perspiration evaporates into the air. Which is all a way of saying, be lavish with soap and water when the mercury •owi. MISS PBICK Engaged Announced today by Mrs. Dorothy Moore of 3408',4 East Broadway, is the engagement of her daughter, Miss Sandra Jeanne Price, to Harold Powell, son of Mrs. C. A. Powell of Kirkwood, Mo., and the late Mr. Powell. The bride-elect was graduated in 1957 from Southwestern High School in Medora. A fall wedding is being planned. Summer Hair Styles Short And Curly By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Every summer short hair styles are as inevitable as grass and green , trees. Comfort, and a fighting chance to be well- groomed in spite of the humidity, demand that tresses be short and easily manageable. This season, though, fashion, as well as the heat, is an added incentive. The chemise dress, with its shortened hemline, and the new raised waistline have made a short look to the hair practically a necessity. Long, hanging hair worn with the new styles gives a woman the look of a top-heavy mushroom. As a result of the new fash- Ions, it is predicted that women from coast to coast will soon be wearing their hair cropped to a brief three inches, or even less, over the entire head. Professional cutting, preferably razor tapering, is recommended. So hasten to your hairdresser, gals, There's no point in looking like last summer's roses. There's attractive variety in the new short cuts. You can have sleek, simply waved cap coifs, and a number of curly, tumbled and tossed styles. Two that will undoubtedly be favorites are the ripple cut and the tumbleset. In the ripple cut, the hair is shorn to a 2% inch length all over, then curled in a rippling movement, upward from the back of the neck to the forehead. The tumbleset is a more sophisticated style, with a lovely arrangement of brushed curls, soft and tousled, that fall forward onto the temples and cheeks. The new short hair styles are versatile, too, according to the stylists at Coiffures Americana. They say you can have so many different looks from just one basic short haircut that you'll be all set for sport or casual daytime wear, or an elegant, formal evening. Julianne Fream And R, K. Dillinger Choose August 17 fof"Nuptials August 17 has been selected as the date for the wedding of Miss Julianne Fream, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fream of 214 Chaffer St., Roxana, to Royal Kent Dillinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Lentz Dillinger of Carbondale. The wedding will take place at 2:30 o'clock in the First Methodist Church, Wood River, and the couple will receive in the bride's parental residence immediately afterwards. Moose Women Meet Alton Women of the Moose, Chapter 1131, accepted applications for three new members at a meeting Tuesday evening in the Moose Hall. At the social hour which followed the meeting, the newly installed officers served us hostesses. Refreshments were served and gifts given to each member. TIV GUI NIW Box Storage Nr AN Ywr Wtfbw Out N«W ault itonlrollMt (*!d itmyn Va to M'W in HM fry III MILTON CLEANERS US* MUtm RM4. Dt*l *MII First of Alt Combat Mildew With Ventilation Along with the forecast of "continued cloudy weather with widely scattered showers" comes this warning to the homemaker: Prevent mildew. Mrs. Ruth Galbraith, Unlveo slty of Illinois textiles and cloth- Ing specialist, says the first step in preventing mildew is to re* move the cause of dampness. If damp air causes the moisture, you can only keep the articles as dry as possible. Close doors and windows if it 13 warm and damp outside. Warm, moist air coming in condenses on the cooler surfaces of the house, particularly in the basement, and thus increases the amount of moisture. Ventilate the house ONLY when the outside air ift cooler and drier, than the inside air. As cool air warms in the house it absorbs moisture. On coot nights, freshen the air in. the entire house. If airing won't get rid of dampness, heat the house for a short time. Then open doors and windows to let out the warmed air. To speed up the process, use an electric fan. To dry the air in closets, burn a small electric light continuously. The heat can stop the mildew if the space isn't too large. But don't put the light too close to clothing. Leave closet doors and dresser drawers open occasionally to keep moisture from gathering and to stir up the air already inside. Turn an electric fan on places that can't be exposed to outdoor breezes. Use Calcium Chloride. You can also use calcium chloride. If you do, be sure to keep it out of the reach of youngsters. Place containers of this chemical in a closed storage area. When it becomes liquid, replace it with another container. If you don't act quickly enough to prevent mildew, Mrs. Galbraith says to remove the mold growth before it weakens or rots the material. Brush off the surface growth outdoors (to prevent scattering the spores in the house). Sun and air fabrics thoroughly. Treat mildew spots according to requirements of the fabric. In other words, dry clean fabrics that can't be washed or sponged with water. For materials that are washable, wash immediately with soap and water. Rinse well and dry in the sun. If the stain remains, moisten with lemon juice and salt and spread in the sun to bleach. Rinse thoroughly and dry. Use this treatment carefully on colored fabrics. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carroll, 605 Homm St.. Bethalto, a daughter, Pamela Ann, seven pounds, 10:48 a.m., Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Robert Eugene Jr., 14 months. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wooden, 130 -East Third St., Hartford, a daughter, fourth child, six pounds, 13 ounces, 5:44 p.m., Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Godfrey, a daughter, eight pounds, four ounces. 10:01 p.m., Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Deborah Lynn 4, David, 22 months. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matwey, 806 Hawley Ave., a daughter, Susan Elizabeth, seven pounds, 11 ounces, 4:02 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Sara Lucille, 3, and Jill Ann, 15 months. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kulin, Decatur, a son, Gregory Scott, eight pounds, 11 ounces, Tuesday, 9 a.m., in a Decatur hospital. Mrs. Kuhn is the former Marsha Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore, 2901 Edgewood. Elder child, Debbie, 3»/2. Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Glmlln, Dow, a daughter, six pounds, 10 ounces, 12:27 a.m., Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morgan, 903 Hampton Ave., a son, seven pounds, six ounces, 1:31 a.m., today, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Elvis Tarront Hostess to Kuzins Mrs. Elvis Tarrant was host* ess to members of the Kuzins' Klub last evening in her home at 2460 Sylvan Lane. Two guesti from Highland were entertained, Mrs. Terry Harmon, sister of the hostess, and Mrs. John Langhans. Prizes for the evening wer« won by Mrs. Dale Neudecker, Mrs. Lawrence White and Mrs. Harmon. Mrs. White will entertain the club in her home, 1G34 Main St., Aug. 5. KATHERINf-K SHOP „•!«••

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