Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 25, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 25, 1960
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.SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MRS. JOHN BERTMAN Miss Zahrli Is Bride Of John Bertman Today At 10 o'clock this morning in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Jerseyville, Miss Margie Zahrli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zahrli of Golden Eagle, became the hride of John Bertman, son of Mrs. Herbert C. Bertman of Jerseyville and the late Mr. Bertman. The bridegroom's uncle, the Rt, Rev. Msgr. Alphonse J. Bertman of St. Aloysius Church, Springfield, was celebrant of the nuptial Mass. A wedding breakfast was served to members of the wedding party at the home of the groom's mother. The couple will receive until 5 o'clock this afternoon at the Legion Home in Brussels. This evening they will be honored at a dance at the Moose Hall in Jerseyville. Miss Lila Mae Zahrli was maid of honor for her sister, and Miss Mary Ann Bertman, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Robert Bertman, brother of the groom, served as best man, and Don Lurton was groomsman. Ushers were Charles Bertman, another brother of the groom, and Don Zahrli, cousin of the bride. Mass was served by Frank Fulkerson and his twin brothers, Dave and Don Beier- marin, cousins of the bridegroom. Miss Barbara Schlep- er was organist for the ceremony, and the Rev. John C. Bertman, pastor of St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Litchfield, was vocalist. The bridal gown of embroidered tulle featured a ballerina length skirt with a cascade of tulle Hers in the back. Her finger tip length veil of illusion fell from a tiara of pearls. She carried a white orchid and stephanotis arranged on a white prayer book. The bride's attendants were gowned identically in ballerina length dresses of pink organza with draped scoop necklines and full skirts. Their short veils were secured with bands of matching pink organza decorated with pearlized flowers and a bow. They carried pink and white glamelias. The bride was graduated in 1958 from the Brussels Community High School, and has been employed by American Telephone and Telegraph Co., St. Louis. Mr. Bertman was graduated in 1954 from the Jersey Community High School and is now manager of Bertman's Department Store in Jerseyville. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Jerseyville Chamber of Commerce and is affiliated with Jerseyville Moose Lodge. The couple will reside at Golden Eagle. MRS. VIRGIL TOWNSEND (Oliva Photo) Pauline Pelan Is Married Today To Virgil Tomisend of West Alton At 9 o'clock this morning in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River. Miss Pauline Pelan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pelan of 9 S. Main St.. Wood River, became the bride of Virgil Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Townsend of West Alton. The Rev. E. J Douglas performed the ceremony. Mrs. Leon Foeller was matron ol honor, and Miss ( Paula Falica was maid of honor'. Miss Betty Townsend was junior bridesmaid. Leon Foeller was best man Michael Timmerrnier served as groomsman and David Town>end as ring bearer. The bridal gown of white Thantilly lace over taffeta had H skirt of three tiers of ruffles with folds toward the back fastened with self-made rosettes. The finger tip length veil was attached to a half crown of pearls and sequins. The matron and maid of honor wore blue strapless gowns of lace over taffeta with net stoles, and head pieces fashioner) of flowers. The junr ior bridesmaid's dress was similar to the bride's The bride is a I960 graduate oi East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mr. Townsend is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. St. l.ouis. si: VMS TO MI 1^ P;ihici;i SoU Sometimes, being aware of fashions and wanting to look chle can present a problem Take this time of the year: Just when with your new silks, cottons and what have you. you think you're all set for summer, you suddenly wake up to the fact that your sportswear wardrobe needs a face lifting. You need shirty and pants. Pants aren't too difficult, since two or three pairs can safely get you through the summer, but you'll need many more tops. The big news in sportswear today Is the eased over-top. You can make a few of these in different colors and fabrics in no time at all. The design is a loose-fining blouse, which generally drops a little over the waistline. Wearing this top, you won't be constantly tucking your blouse Inside your waistband and it look? marvelous with tapered pants, shorts and slim skirts. However, in all honesty, I can't suggest wearing this style unless you're size 14 or under. From size 16 and up, it does nothing to flatter the figure. The pattern illustrated can be used for sizes 8 through 14. You can make it in solid colored cotton or, as shown, in ticking stripes trimmed with calico. For the pants, use any pattern you like, and trim with the same calico. Or. make the top all in calico and trim solid pants to coordinate. Make several in different fabrics, some plain, some trimmed, to coordinate with pants, shorts, and skirts. Using this one pattern, you can complete your sportswear wardrobe, and you will find this style much easier to iron than are tailored shirts. You'll need 1% yards of 36 inch wide fabric of your choice; if trimmed, enough fabric to cut four appliques i one for over-top, and three for pants). If using applique design, do this before stitching top together. After trim has been applied, narrowly hem upper and lower edges of both sections. Leaving 12 inch neck opening, stitch tapered shoulder seams, starting with a 1 inch seam at sleeve to nothing at neck. Hem sleeves and press. Seam underarms, leaving 3 inch slit at waist. Hem slits. Stitch »4 inch horizontal dart across front neckline, the proper size to fit your particular measurements. Do this by putting top on and pinning in dart. Applique: Sketch design on tissue paper. Cut piece of fabric to be appliqued about 1 inch wider on all sides than actual design. Place fabric and tissue on left front, near shoulder on over-top and three designs on right pants leg (or vice versa>. Pin fabric and tissue to garment. Using short machine stitch and matching thread, stitch around design. Pull tissue off and trim very close to stitching. Using zigzag machine or attachment set for a narrow bight and short stitch, zig-zag stitch over straight stitch line. If attachment is used, then do not trim excess; fabric from edges until after zig-zag stitch is completed. * ' * * * Miss Scott is happy to help Seams to Me readers with their sewing problems., and with questions on wardrobes and fashions. However, because so many are seeking her assistance, she asks readers to please limit their letters to one question. Send your question to Patricia Scott in care of the Alton Telegraph, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed enveJope for reply. (© i960, Field Enterprises, Inc.) Plan Ahead to Make The Most of Your Week-End By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor If you're lucky enough to have a large estate and a staff of servants, weekend entertaining is no problem for you. But the way the world is set up, few of us fall into that enviable category. And the hostess with a country home or small beach house often finds that a weekend with guests means a weekend of work for her. Proper planning can help immeasurably to simplify tilings. Do thoughtful little things in advance to show your guests that you have considered their comfork Have small-size beauty preparations available. Cleansing tissue, cleansing cream, suntan lotion and small tubes of toothpaste should be availabe in the guest room. So many people forget one or another of these items when packing for a weekend. A beach towel for each guest should also be provided. You can spend time with your guests without having to turn out thrown-together meals from boxes or cans. During the slimmer no one expects, or even wants, food that is too heavy. Crisp salads can be appetizing and attractive, and eliminate hours of cooking time. Shrimp, lobster or chicken can he fixed long before your guests arrive and stored in the refrigerator. Alter that, it's only a matter of arranging the crisp greens and making the dressing, neither of which takes too long. If you prefer a hot dinner, casseroles can always be prepared ahead of time, too, and (he variety is endless. For dessert, mixed fresh fruit and a dish of assorted chocolates will satisfy the urge for something sweet. Breakfast should not be on a time schedule. Just set the table the night before, tell your guests where things are, and let them help themselves. They'll appreciate not having to gel up at a specific time. If your weekenders are spending the day at the beach, why not pack a box lunch for them? Even a patio lunch can consist of assorted sandwiches, a thermos of iced, or hot coffee and cookies and fruit. While your guests are showering and changing, you'll have the kitchen to yourself. And this is the time to make your canapes. You can work undisturbed, and your turn to shower and change will come while they are contentedly nibbling on the tidbits you've prepared and refreshing themselves with cooi drinks. Have a dish of candy handy for a quick energy pick- ' up for those who don't want that cool drink. It yi)ur guests want to help with the dishes, let them. Even the most hardened weekend guest will be glad of the chance to gi^e you a hand. With a little sensible planning, you can look and feel as cool and rested as your guests, Miss Hoffman, Fiance Honored at Dinner Foil on* in ft Rehenrwl Miss Charlotte Hoffman and Thomas Unger ot Huckley, III., who will be married this evening in Elm Street Presbyterian Church, were honored Friday evening at ;t rehearsal dinner given by Mrs.- Holtman's parents, klr and Mrs Klrner Huffman, in Moonlight Restaurant. About 30 guests including members oi the wedding party uere entertained following the rehearsal. Guests from out-of-town were Mr. Unger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Unger of Hoopeston, till-: William Haynes of Russellville, Ala.: Dale C. Bayles of Loda III.: Robert Ashbaook, Rossville: Harold Dahlquist Melford; and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duchsseuhrer of Hobert. Ind. Beauty Tips Pace your make-up to your years. Make-up suitable 10 years ago may be nonliattet- ing to you today. Ann Lander* She's Beginning to Suspect She Has Been a Fool DEAR ANN; I've been going with this man for six years. He mentioned mar- rlnge after five martinis back in 1957. When I said "yes" P//W Before Shopping for Upper Alton News Event* sons why we'd have to wnit. He has not brought up the subject .since. 1 am almost 28. and he is 30. I know he has money saved and his own Ann Ijuiders. home paid for. He also bought a new car last year. About twice a week Howard takes out a hard- looking, dish-water blonde wlio works in the same office. He says she keeps him posted on business gossip and there's no romance there. I've caught him in several lies and I'm getting fed up on his sponging Sunday dinner off me. He says he loves my cooking. I've refused several nice fellows who have asked me out By OAILE DHOA8 NBA Women's Editor NEW YORK, (NEA).-If you are wondering Just what should RO into that suitcase for vacation, better make a blueprint. Don't just head for the nearest store armed with a cheek- book or cash and a vague idea of what you'd tike. Your blueprint -should be based, first, on what's now In your summer wardrobe. If you've some perfectly good shorts for which you need new tops, make n note of this. Decide on colors and jot those down. What about sweaters? You should have black, navy and while cardigans in synthetics or woo). If you are taking along some pleated skirts in white, you also need pull-overs. REV. W. ft. KKLLV feUBOTKD to POSt OH CHtTftCH BOARD Th* Rev. William B. Kelly, former pastor of the Hlllcrest Church of the Naearene, was elected to the general board of the Church of the Naatarene at itho general assembly of the I church in Kansas City, Mo, Friday. | BOYS MOLESTED IN ;ROTK SPRING PARK I Two small boys were molested in Rock Spring Park Friday, program at 7 p.m. Sunday, tin- Kdi and!Mft, der the direction of Ml>. ifld "~ ^ Mm. Fred Hanwl. Thi program will be given by mwnbew of the youth group who attended the youth Institute at McKtn* drep'College thfe past wide. MISSIONARIES tO SPKAK AT HILLCKBST SBRVICtJS The Rev. and Mrs, John Cexsh* ran. mlsslonaried to Argentina, will be the guest speakers on Sunday at Hlllcrest Church of the Nazarene for both morning and evening services. police said. According to officers, the twojcABS COLLIDE IN boys were approached by a pf AZA p ABK |No LOt blond, blue-eyed man with curly hair, driving a blue automobile. Police said the man approach- Jed the boys and tried to lur»! Ithem into his car. They ran away, and the man drove off. Several instances of this typo have been reported In the park the past few days, police said. MUS. U1LLKLAND ! KNTERS HOSPITAL Mrs. Josephine Giileland. 3753 i Aberdeen Ave., entered* Wood i River Township Hospital Mon- 'day for- surgery. Automobiles driven by Alma Roaby, 54, of 1135 W. 9th St., and Bernice Sutton, 44, of 3408 Lincoln St., collided in the Plata parking lot at 4:20 p.m. Friday. According 4o police, the accident occurred when the Roaby vehicle was backing up to get clearance to pull into a parking stall. AUTOS COLLIDE ON BROADWAY Automobiles driven by Charles Fisher, 21. of 514 Brookside, and I'm a fool and I'm beginning to think they're right. What shall I tell him? VY DEAR VY: Tell him you can't go out with him anymore because of illness—you're sick of him. * * * * DKAR ANN: My husband was going with this girl he- fore we met and married. She wasn't the right kind of a person and the baby they had is now almost 5 years old. My husband (being a perfect gentleman) didn't try to back out. The court ordered him to pay child support. We have no children of our own and it. burns me up that he has to send this woman EAST SIDE BAPTIST In other words, every pur- because I believe in being true chasp you make snould dov °- lot Alton Telephone Co. to Howard. My friends say tall with what you now have. This saves yo\\, money and time. It also gives your clothes a carefully co-ordinated look. This year, you'll want to add some sunback dresses, some Brlgitte Bardot ginghams, and some Orion knits to bring things up to date. Full skirts and culottes are definitely summer, 1960, but not en route. While you're traveling, stick with the slim, dark sheath and preferably in a knit that won't produce wrinkles. But when you arrive— that's different! Take from your suitcase a delicate but durable nylon dance dress with full, floating skirt. There are some things to be wary of when you shop. These She will be in the hospital for!Emery Cooper, 47, 1016 Dan jut least five more days, a mem-l fol ' th > collided at 1:25 p.m. In ! her- of the family said. • the 3600 block of E. Broadway, i Mrs, Gtlleland is an employe 1 According to police, Fisher i was attempting to turn out of > the traffic stream when he was {struck by the Cooper auto. | TWO-CAR COLLISION commencement at the East Side! AT I7 °* BROADWA* Baptist Church will be held Sun-j Automobiles driven by Virgil day evening at 7:30. Bowman, 40, of 528 Madison St., After a handiwork exhibit, and Lawrence Gusewelle, 37, of there will be a fellowship meet- Bethalto, collided at 3:05 p.m.j ing. Friday at 1704 Broadway. I Monday at 6 p.m. the regular According to police, the Bow- R. A. meeting will be held, film will be shown. by MBttftt'Gmt Former i / Teacher to AddrettMeetUjtg Guy E. Conwell, ' ton teacher, who is ^-^^ ant state superintendent of Wo* lie instruction, will B* tt* l«jr» note speaker Monday tt tfciMStli annual regional ocnttrniMfc of the Illinois Conffrais of Parfnti and Teachers at Eastern Blinort University. About 125 persons are «xp»ct- ed to attend the conferance which gets underway Monday af 0 a.m. with registration in the Fine Arta Centei. the 1960 session theme is "School Problems that Require immediate and Continued Parent • twcher Cooperation," Topic of the keynote address will be "The Changing Role of our Schools and the Challenge of Tomorrow: An Overview." A panel will discuss the identification of and working for a solution of educational problems at the second morning session. Dr. Gerhard C. Matzner, professor of education at Eastern, will be the chairman. A ninn auto had stopped and was money every "month. How long include the bikini or even the two-piece suit unless your figure is perfect. Pass up the short-shorts if you don't have, the figure for them. does a man have to pay for a mistake that is only half his? What would happen if he just stopped sending the support checks? Please reply in the paper. I don't want any Ann Landers envelopes coming to the house. E.A. DEAR E.A.: Child support means financial aid until the child is of age. In most states "of age" means 21. Your husband will probably have to pay for "his half of the mistake" for another 16 years. If he doesn't send the support checks he'U no doubt hear from a lawyer. It could mean jail. P.S. There are . no "Ann Landers envelopes." All mail sent from my office arrives in a plain white envelope with no return address. * * * * DEAR ANN: My mother is the world's worst driver and I'm scared stiff to be in a car with her. She has had two minor accidents and I've been in the car both times. She also hit a dog, which almost broke my heart. 'She doesn't consider this an accident.) We only live six blocks from school and I would much rather walk hut she insists on driving me. I actually get sick to my stomach when she is at the wheel. I can't insult my own mother by refusing to ride with her. What can I do? SCARED STIFF DEAR STIFF: Tell your mother exactly how you feel. You don't state your age but I suggest you learn to drive «t the earliest legal moment. ., •* * * Confidential to WALKING ON AIR: Get down to terra iirmii, Buster, ami find out why ;t woman 27 years old has: , already marie three trips to the divorce court. I strongly recommend thai you put all thoughts of marriage out of your mind for the present, at least. Go with her for another six months and maybe you will learn why she is three chumps ahead of you. Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from the experiences of thousands of teenagers if you write for Ann Landers' booklet, "How to Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self- addres.-ed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to In-lp ><»u with your proh- l(*m>. Send them to her in can.' nl the Alton Telegraph ami etu !'<>e u stamped, self .'iddre»ed envelope i (i l%d. l-u-lii LlHei pi lie.-,. Inc ) There will be a prayer serv-1 Pnr . ice at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, and on Thursday the Willing Workers will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church. ; struck in the rear by the second MRS. McC'ARTY RETURNS HOME ,1OHN BUCHANNAN ENTERS HOSPITAL Mr. John Buchannan. 2809 Election of Local Women to State Office Announced Mrs. Ethel Lewis was elected state president of the Illinois Association of Clubwomen during the 60th annual state convention in Peoria this week. Mrs. Lewis' appointment was reported by Miss 1 Charlolt .Tones, delegate and president of the Sig-Tri-Hi Club, during a meting of the group 'in the home of Mrs. Robert Anthony on Tremont street, Friday evening. Mrs. James Killion and Mrs. Lewis also attended the convention. Viewland Ave., will enter Alton Memorial Hospital Monday to undergo abdominal surgery Tuesday, his wife eaid. I CHARLES CHAMPLIN j CONDITION IMPROVED ; Charles "Chalk" Champlin, |3020 Fernwood Ave., is in 1m- 'proved condition at Alton Me- I morial Hospital, a friend re- I ported today. UPPER ALTON BAPTIST PLANS WEEK'S ACTIVITIES The Rev. Robert J. Cochran Mrs. AJneta McCarty and her i two children, who have been vis- ' iting at the home of her par! ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, 810 Marie St., have returned home to Nashua, Mont. Mrs. McCarty was in Alton assisting in the celebration of the Wilson's 50th wedding anniversary. TRUCK, CAR COLLIDE AT 3300 BROADWAY A truck driven by Dalt Ottwell, 60, Wood River, and an auto driven by Charles Oulson, J83, Godfrey, collided at 2:10 p. Prairietown Home Bureau Meets PRAIRIETOWN-The Prairie j unit of the Home Bureau met :nt the home of Mrs. Lorna Wei' mers Tuesday afternoon with 26 i members and three guests pres- ient. Mrs. Robert Werden gave the major lesson and Mrs. Mary Vesper the subject lesson. Mrs. Schelbe received the friendship box. The next meeting will be held in July at the home Of Mrs. Ewalt Goebel. Prairietown Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Mrs. Carl Carstens is a surgical patient at the Staunton hospital. Mrs. Eileen Heflin and eons, Larry and Roger, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fry and daughters of Bethalto Friday on a week's vacation to the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thoirley and children have returned home after a 10-day vacation at Carlinville Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Delmore Blom, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gusewelle, Meaning of Baptism," at the i m to the path of the truck. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dustman morning service of the Uppc:-: land Mr. and Mrs. Art Wesfer- Alton Baptist Church Sunday, i HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT i holl and sons spent Tuesday At 6:30 p.m. Sunday the jun-iAT 2003 MOORE STREET 'evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ior fellowship will meet in Peck An unidentified motorist, fled bu r Kraner in honor of their m. Friday in the 2300 block of E. Broadway. . According to police, the Oul- will deliver the .sermon, "The! son car pulled out from the right I Hall, and the BYF groups will 1 meet in the basement of the .church sanctuary. At 7:30, the I closing program for vacation ' Bible school will be presented. ! Exhibits of the completed work Various committees reported jwill be on display and refresh- on future projects, and it was anounced that the summer schedule for the club will be- yin with a Softball game Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in Riverfront Park. Horn 11o: Mr. ami Mr*. Paul E. Smith, 3501 Seminary Rd., a daughter, ti pounds, 7 ounces, 6;48 a.m., Friday, Wood Rivet- Township Hospital. Mr. anil Mrs. Sylvester R. DavlN, 1115 Green St., a daughter, 5 jounds, 8 ounces, 5:07 a.m. Friday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Air. and Mr*. John Kochun, !>51 Mcliugh St., Wood River, H daughter, 7 pounds, 3 ounces, l':01 p.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge T. llnrstnian, 3703 Aberdeen Ave., a son, 8 pounds, 6 ounces, 1:42 a.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Walter Knovhe, Hunker Hill, a son, 7 pounds, 9:39 p.'m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. i ments will be served. the scene after crossing the yard of Jack Pruett, 28. of 2003 i At 7 p.m. 7 o'clock on Tuesday. The mid week worship will b" held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in Peck Hall, and there will be WCTU meeting on Thursday son Keith's seventh birthday. South According to police, the acci- Church Program dent occurred* about 1 a.nv today. Officers said that the iden- SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev. Victor Hertnan, pastor of South Roxana and Wanda Methodist cap had been left at the'Churches, will use the theme, of the accident. "Togetherness" at the 9 a.m. service at Wanda and 11 a.m. PARTV IIKLD FOR servlce at gouth Roxana> Sun . MISS WADSWOKTH day. Holy Communion will also One hundred and twenty-five be observed and there will be a Monday 'there will! 1 "* of / ne h )* and ™ n was not yet known, but that a at 2 p.m. The church nominal- friends and relatives of Mary j dedication ritual for all officers ing~c:ommiUee will meet follow- j Lee Wadsworth. daughter of Mr. ing the prayer meeting on Wed-j and Mrs. Maurice Wadsworth nesday. 3327 Brown, gathered last night The regular church organist, i at the Steelworkers' Union Hall | Mrs. Frank Bonneli, will be away for the summer. Mrs. Robert Cochran will serve as on E. Broadway. The occasion was a going away party for Miss Wadsworth, who is leaving Mon- organist during Mrs. Bonnell'sjday for a tour of duty with the absence. for 1960 as well as Sunday school teachers. The 7:30 p.m. worship will be at South Roxana. Thursday at 9:45 a.m. the cottage prayer meeting will be at South Roxana and the 7:30 p.m. prayer meeting will be led by Mrs. Sam Chapman at South Roxana. HOI.Y COMMUNION AT ^MAIN STREET METHODIST Holy Communion will be administered at both morning services at the Main Street Methodist Church Sunday. The anthem for the 8:30 MTV- ire will be "The li.'Jrd Psalm", sung by the Volunteer Choir. At the 10:40 service, the Sanctuary Choir will sing "Only Begotten Word of God Eternal", by Austin Lovelace. There will he a special youth WAVES. Miss Wadsworth has enlisted | ~ ""injlicAps" 8TOLIEN for three years, and will receive I w , mam H she , ton Qf 602 Be , |e u Cr , !T M frainlng at ' flairn "S... reported to the police late bridge, Md. ^ Friday night that two hubcaps Mrs. Maurice Wadsworth was hud been stolen from his car assisted at (ho party by Mrs.: while it was parked in the KOO- Trumiiti Sear-les. Mrs. Phillip• block of East Broadway. He-tips Praise For Hands Some women are allergic to all nail polishes. Others don't care for bright colors. But in either case, you needn't neglect your nails. You can bufl them to a high, glossy shine Or you can use a colorless or natural nail polish uhich will snou uif the pink ul >oui uuiN to advantage. Wear a pretty nut; or iw. keep your nails nii-el\ sh.jped and the- fufiHe pu>he<i hack Your hands will rale compliments. -(NK'Ai. 8. T. Coleridge (1713-1884) wUd: "A SADDER AND A WISER MAN" For year* Mr. LMaylt buffered from pains uud hfudtu'lu-k. Patent medicine* sine temiiorury relief, but eaeh year his condition grew uor»e. D(- Miite the advice of hik family uiul friend*, he IICK- Ift'lcd vinilius a ph.vkiolun for help. When Mr. Uelayit Himll> coimulled u Doctor, he learned that tiela> had Kiteii a muligimnt tlr»- eu»e a firm foothold. A cure nnu vut-. doubtful. Had he Ix-en wUer sooner he uoulU liu\e visited a (ihykkiaji at the very lirnl »iyii of trouble and probably been cured long uii" Uon't be a "Ue- layit". 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