Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1960 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, i960 Parties Being Given For Memorial Seniors Member* of the graduating class of Alton Memorial Hospital are being honored at parties prior to graduation px- ereises which will be conducted on Sunday afternoon. Aug. 28, at 2:30 o'clock in the Main Street Methodist Churrh. There are 19 students in the elans. The seniors are being honored this afternoon at a Pepsi party from 2 until 4 o'clock in Mary Hall at the hospital. On Thursday evening, Mrs. James Nolan will be hostess to a dinner for the graduates in her home at 914 RHe\ Ave., in honor of her daughter, Norma, who is a clas* member. A buffet dinner will be given Friday evening in the patio of the hospital by the house mothers. Mrs. Roy BockHursl and Mrs. George Moore. On Aug. 16, the junior class will honor the seniors at a dinner served in Teamsters' and Chauffeurs' Hall. The junior and sophomores will host a picnic th* following night for the graduates at Rock Spring Park. The alumni banquet will bp served in Godfrey Civic Center on Aug. 18. and on Sunday morning. Aug. 21, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lyhrfwlll host a breakfast in their home at 415 E. 12th St. That evening, a swimming and supper party will be given by Mr and Mrs. Harold "V. Thomas of Granite City in honor of their daughter. Miss Margaret Thomas, at their cottage in Chautauqua. The members of the graduating class will attend a performance at the St. Louis Municipal Opera on Aug. 22. On Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24, during services in the hospital chapel, members of the Gideon Society, in a traditional service, will present white Bibles to the honored students. On the morning of Aug. 25, an all-student chapel service at 6:45 o'clock will be followed by breakfast served in the cafeteria. Friends Plan Miss Walk Memorial to To Wed Miss Dickinson Sept. 3 Twenty-nine years after her passing, those who worked with the late Miss Katharine V. Dickinson in her broad program of community improvement have decided to place the record of their accomplishments where they will be a reminder and an encouragement to others. Miss Dickinson's work through her Studio School of Music and the allied Camerata Chorus led to expanded development of public school music, a community-wide public music program, and a welfare organization that still exists as an arm of the Community Chest. Thirteen people, all co-workers with Miss Dickinson, met Monday night at the P. B. Cousley home to begin planning for a fitting memorial for their friend and leader. Through the 29 years a number of suggestions in the nature of scholarships had been suggestions, but these did not materialize. , Recently, however, friends had discussed the idea of a bound book, in several parts, to record her early life, her dedicated work in Alton, the lasting influence of that work through groups she had organized and a division for short tributes from anyone desiring expression of appreciation for her influence on their lives. The book will be suitably printed and bound. One volume with a special binding and dedication, will be placed in the historical room of the Alton Public Library. A limited edition will be on sale to the public at cost. The group approved expressions of their "abiding love and devotion" to Miss Dickinson in organizing temporarily into the Katharine V. Dickinson Memorial Association to carry out its objectives: Mrs. P. B. Cousley was named chairman of the group and Miss Lucy Jones is secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Florence Reid was named corresponding secretary, in charge of notifying the entire list of those who were connected with the Studio School of Music to attend a meeting Sept. 12 at 7 o'clock, in a place to be based by the degree of response. The group last .night approved a proposal to call for expressions of tribute to be sent to Mrs. Florence Reid, 3126 Leverett Ave. Miss Dickinson, coming here in the early 1890's as a member of Shurtleff College's conservatory, later established a private music studio downtown. From this radiated the influence that brought music into the Alton public schools, and established such organizations as the MacDoweli Club for youngsters, the Camerata Chorus for adults, and the Visiting Nurse Association which now is allowed with the Community Chest. Miss Tonsor Feted Sunday Miss Jacqueline Tonsor was guest of honor at a bridal shower given Sunday evening by Miss Maureen Kinney in her home at 1220 Rock Spring Terrace. The honoree received gilts from the 20 guests, all oi whom were former classmate*. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Michael Kinney. Miss Tonsor will become the bride of Ralph H. Gissal on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 21, at 2 o'clock in the rectory of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Cooking Cues Leftover cooked vegetable* in minute quantities in your refrigerator? Put them aJJ together tad add to cream of mushroom *>up when you are beating H \ Mrs. William Clifford of 1159 Lorena Ave., Wood River, Is announcing the approaching marriage of her daughter. Miss Barbara Walk, to Syril A. Korte, son of Mrs. August Korte of Pierron, HI., and of the late Mr. Korte. Vows will be exchanged Saturday morning, Sept. 3 during an 11 o'clock ceremony in St.' Bernard's Catholic Church, Wood River. The couple will receive in the American Legion Hall, Wood River, immediately afterward. Miss Walk has chosen Miss Sylvia Gebelein of South Roxana to serve as maid of honor. Appearing as bridesmaids will be Mrs. Viola Clow of Highland, sister of the prospective bridegroom, and Miss Charlene Boverie of Wood River. Mr. Korte has asked his brother, James, of Highland, to act as best man, and their brother, Morris, and David Geostenkors, both of Pierron, will be groomsmen. The bride-elect will be guest of honor at a shower Saturday evening given by the Misses Boverie and Gebelein in the letter's home. She was also feted at a pre-nuptial party Tuesday in the Airpark Barn Restaurant, Highland. Mrs. James Korte and Mrs. Clow were hostesses. Miss Walk, who was graduated in 1958 from Roxana Community High School, is employed by General American Life Insurance Co., St. Louis. Her fiance, a 1958 graduate of St. Paul's High School, Highland, is employed by the Pierron Farmers' Grain Elevator Corp. Babies Acquire Addiction Before Birth (Science Service.) KANSAS CITY, Mo.—A newborn baby's addiction to morphine or one of its derivatives such as heroin may begin many months before It is born. Two New York University pediatricians, Drs. Annabelle Vfncow and Alvki Hackel, reported in the issue of GP published here by the American Academy of General Practice, that 12 drug-addicted infants were born at Bellevue Hospital during a recent nine- month period. One study, on a group of untreated cases, showed a 93 per cent death rate. The babies bad been getting opiates from their mothers' systems before birth. They suffered withdrawal tortures after they were born. Their nervous system became violently overactive, In severe cases they had convulsions and died. The two physicians urged that such babies remain hospitalized, be allowed to breathe moist oxygen and be fed through a nasal tube or intravenously because they are often nauseated and ignore bottles. As with many adult addicts, drug substitutes must be used and then slowly withdrawn. Drs. Vincow and Hackel urged obtetricians to check the mothers for signs of addiction before the babies are born. If the mother can go without drugs tor a week or 10 days prior to delivery, the baby usually will not suffer withdrawal symptoms. Lodges Alton Women's Eagles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at Union Temple at 8 o'clock. A bocial hour will follow. ^ Bazaar Plan* Complete at St. Anthony's ' Planning committees are nearing completion of preparations for the annual St. Anthony's Bazaar to be held this year on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20 on the hospital ' ! The Women Siw tnt Events —Group Artivitfa* A fish dinner will IIP served beginning at 5 o'clock on Friday. and a chicken dinner at the same hour on Saturday. Chairmen of this project are Paul VanBuren, Mrs. H. Roloff. Mrs. V. Eggemann, Mrs. R. Kulp, Mrs. M. Oden and Mrs. H. Tueth. Other chairmen include : Mrs. N. B. Thornton, white elephant; Mrs. John Pinkowski, Toonerville Station Country Store; Mrs. Louis Jun and Mrs. Emil Wickenhauser, doll stand; Mrs. James Dooley, fish pond; Jim Osborne, rides; Walston Berger, "Dunk the Man." Mrs. F. West and Mrs. L. A. Schlafly, art shoppe: Mrs. Alma Steele, party shoppe; Mrs. Lewis Howard and Mrs. J. J. Springman, books and records; Mrs. W. Klasner and Mrs. Hugh Davey, religious articles; Tommy Moehn and Tony Corona, snow cones; Nelson Miller, soda stand; Sol Miller, ice cream; farmers' market, Miss Amelia Ringe- mann and Mrs. Clarence Hale; Mrs. R. Mattingly and Mrs. Ed Kilgo, gifts. The bazaar will be open on both afternoons at 4 o'clock, and close at 10 o'clock. Miss Boss To Marry In October George C. Armlfruster Wed In Germany July 14 Ann Landers She's Anxious About Neighbor's 4 Big Mouth' MR. AND> MRS. GEORGE C. ARMBRUSTER Mr. and Mrs. Ross Armbruster, 2313 Hale Dr., have returned from Berlin, Germany, where they attended the wedding of their son» Sp.5. George C. Armbruster, to Miss Elisabeth Baumgart. Miss Baumgart, a native of Berlin, is the daughter of Mrs. Otto Baumgart and the late Mr. Baumgart. 'The marriage was performed at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning, July 14 at the Stan- desampt, District of Zehlendorf, Berlin, in a civil ceremony. A religious ceremony will be performed in the United States. The wedding attendants were Mr. Armbruster, father of the groom, and Hans Baumgart, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Armbruster enter- tained the wedding party at a breakfast following the ceremony at The Maison de France., Kurfursten Darnm, Berlin. The couple is residing at Darser Strasse 22, Berlin, in the American Sector of West Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Armbruster plan a reception for their new daughter-in-law and son upon their arrival in the United States in September. Following a stay of five days in Berlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Armbruster visited Frankfurt, Germany. Vienna, Austria, Munich and Dinkelsbuhl, Germany, Paris, London, Edinburgh and Dublin and Limerick, Ireland, before returning home by plane from Shannon, Ireland. MISS BOSS (Wilson Photo) Miss Constance Suzanne Boss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Boss of 2307 Fairview Dr., will marry Michael Kevin Mullen Oct. 1, it is announced today by parents of the bride-elect. Mr. Mullen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mullen, 2219 State St. The wedding will take place at 10 o'clock in the morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Miss Boss and her fiance are both 1958 graduates of Marquette High School. She is a past president of the junior chapter of Beta Gamma UpsUon, and is employed by Owens-Illinois in its personnel department. Mr. Mullen attended Alton Residence Center of Southern Illinois University for a year, and is employed as a lineman by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Tea Set Thursday Candy-stripers of St. Joseph's Hospital wilj be honored Thursday afternoon at a tea at 2 o'clock in the lounge of •the nurses' home. Sister Rene, administrator of the hospital, will present a pin to each Candy-Striper who has contributed 100 hours ot service, and a certificate to each one with 50 hours of volunteer service. . Some 150 young women have participated in the program at the hospital, and a. total of 3,403 volunteer hours have been given under the direction of Mrs. John McDonald, supervisor of nursing service. Seimers Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Seimer entertained with a buffet supper Monday evening in their home at 502 Oak wood Ave. The 15 guests were members of the families of Miss Joann Montgomery and John Joseph Ulrich. who will be married in St. Matthew's Catholic Church Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulrich, parents of the prospective bridegroom, will give a rehearsal dinner Friday evening in Moonlight restaurant. 'Eye-Openers' Dft Dilate Male Pupils (Science Service.) WASHINGTON—Those curvy blondes referred to as "eye- openers" really are. Two University of Chicago scientists reported here a study of six men and women in which the subjects were shown pictures of a partially nude man and a partially nude woman, . among others. ' The men's pupils, which act like the lens opening on a camera and primarily expand in response to available light, also expanded greatly for the near-nude female, muc,h - less for the near-nude male. The women opened their eyes for the man, reduced their aperture for the female. The women, none of whom had children, opened their eyes widest, however, for a picture of a woman and child. Psychologist Dr. Eckhard H. Hess and James M. Polt reported in the American Association for the Advancement of Science's journal Science that their study was limited to six subjects. To the lines of Guillaume de Salluste— "These lovely lamps, these windows of the soul"—the scientists added that there was increasing evidence that the pupils do register directly certain activities of the nervous system. To Observe Anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Burl Peterson will receive friends and relatives during an open house Sunday afternoon from 2 until 5 o'clock in observance ol their 25th wedding anniversary. The couple will receive in the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. Richard Myers, 3237 Hawthorne PI. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson were married on Aug. 15, 1935 in Jerseyville. They are parents of two children, Mrs. Myers and a son, Sidney, who lives with them. Homemaking Hints Before laundering washable slip covers, first shake out the dust, brush out seams and bindings and do any necessary mending. Auxiliary Meets MondayEvening Mrs. Fred Kite reported on a picnic given for the veterans of Spruce Cottage at Alton State Hospital during a meeting of American Legion Auxiliary 126 in the Legion Home Monday evening. The picnic was given by the auxiliary at Oakiane Fishing Resort near Brighton. It was announced that Mrs. Edward Gillispey and Miss Fannie Ulrich will be delegates to the state convention to be held in Chicago on Aug. 18-20, and that Mrs. Gillispey will serve as a page. Members made plans to attend the County Council which meets Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the City Park at Marine, HI. Officers will be installed. Plans were furthered for the joint installation of officers, open to the public, at the American Legion Home on Saturday evening. Miss Albers Feted at Bridal Shoiver Miss Joan Albers was honored at a bridal shower given by Mrs. William Tueth and Mrs. Howard Tueth Monday evening in the home 'of the. latter at 945 McPherson St. Games were played, after which the bride-elect was presented with miscellaneous gifts by the 22 guests. The bridal motif was carried out in colors of pink and white, with a large arrangement of pink gladioli and white stock centering the gift table. The wedding of Miss Albers and Glen Tockstein will take place on Sept. 3 in St. Mary's Catholic Church. To Observe Birthday Mrs. Adda E. Clark will observe her 87th birthday Saturday .in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. .and Mrs. Thomas Clark, 1415H Central Ave. Mrs. Sanders' other children are Mrs. Emil Brenner and Wilbur Clark of Hollywood, Fla.; Walter of Gas City, Ind.; Edwin of Bridgetown, N. J.; Mrs. H. B. Sanders and Mrs. Earl F. Brown of Alton. She also hai 11 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. on DlaJ HO » »JII lor ApiMiutuieol IW Kaat BruMdww - Alton BUCCAM Slid Security IM youri u you learn BEAUTY .CULTURE Only • tow mootlu of •tudy individual instructions by FOUR STATE ACCREDITED TEACHERS BUrtiqi Mow fart 'Kim, BtudsaU CENTRAL ILLINOIS BEAUTY SCHOOL A well known own* to Beauty Culture for U yean. 401 ttMir tt, - Alton, IU. - MMM* UOMilt DEAR ANN; My next door neighbor has a very big mouth. She witnessed a family fight in our house and 1 know she'll tell it all over town. My husband came home from work and this neighbor with the big mouth was sitting in the kitchen with me. My husband asked for a glass of milk and some c r a ck e r s. My bum luck, we were out of milk. Ann fAitriera. My husband blew his top and called me ft "terrible housekeeper." He said if he ran his business the way I ran the house we'd starve to death. After a 10 minute tirade he slammed the door and left. The neighbor pretended to feel sorry for me and said she never suspected 1 was married to such a beast. She claims she and her Sandy have been married 23 years and have never had an argument. In your opinion what should this neighbor have done when the fight started? Do you believe that about her and Sandy? HAZEL DEAR HAZEL: The neighbor should have left at the first sign of trouble. People of taste and judgment don't hang around to watch the fireworks of an intramural family fight. If she and Sandy have been married for 23 years and have never had an argument, one of them is unnecessary. • * * * * ' DEAR ANN: My husband and I are nearing 80. We have three children and six grandchildren. Our two sons married out of our church and cut themselves off from us becaues we couldn't accept their wives with open arms. We've never seen their children. For many years we sent their children $100 each for Christmas and they never wrote to thank us, although they cashed the checks. We stopped sending Plan Wedding In Ohio Friends in Alton have received invitations to the wedding of Miss Barbara May Charlton and the Rev. Robert Warner Davis, which will take place on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 27 at 3:30 o'clock in the First Methodist Church, Bowling Green, Ohio. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Charlton, and the prospective bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Davis of Park Ridge, HI., former Alton residents. Mrs. Davis is the former Miss lona Warner, member of an old and well-known Alton family. Mrs. Emma Wyman Honored Saturday Twenty children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mrs. Emma Wyman attended a birthday party in her honor Saturday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anne Blackledge, 624 Emerald St. It was Mrs. Wyman's 69th birthday. The honoree received gifts which were placed on a table decorated with a birthday cake and candles. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Js/nes McFarlane and Mrs. Blflckledge's two daughters, Miss Patricia, and Miss Victoria, who baked the cake for her grandmother. Baptism Sunday Lind.a Jane Lawson, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson of 908 Hawley Ave., was baptized Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Ambrose Catholic Church. The Rev. James HiU performed the ceremony, and sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witcher. Bugg-Blair Wedding on . July 26 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Bugg have returned from a honeymoon in the Ozarks, following their marriage on July 26. Mrs. Bugg is the former Miss Donna Jean Blair, daughter of Mrs. M. F,-Blair, 526 East Eighth St. Attendants at the wedding were the hride's brother and her sister, Bob B. Blair and Miss Melba J. Blair. A reception followed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bugg, parents of the bridegroom, at 3607 Wickenhauser Ave. Low Prices On Turkeys This Summer URBANA—Plenty of turkeys are now moving through market channels. And Illinois food shoppers should find them low priced throughout August and 'September, according to James Roush, University of Illinois poultry marketing specialist. Market prices per pound for different-sized birds should not vary greatly.' However, the heavy breeds have more meat per pound,. So, if you can use all the turkey, the heavier birds have a lower cost-per- serving. : However, don't overlook the smaller fryer-roaster turkeys. They offer real advantages to those who can't readily use a traditional-sized bird. Fryer-roasters offer a greater choice in cookery methods. They are easy to handle and stuff. And they yield less leftovers and often fit more easily into smaller home ovens. When Wat Your PILLOW tttriliztd LMtT PILLOWS $1.19 ttfLUwy. HO 14177 QMEOA and HAMILTON WATCHES *$M Our Selection EDWARD OH JCWELIR Authoring DJatrlfeutort Stratford Hot.l Mm Knoblauch Is Brute Of Lacy Dean Mamon the checks three years ago. Our only daughter has been the light of our lives. Her children are wonderful to us and we love them dearly. My husband and I have always lived simply and have accumulated a nice estate. We have heard that according to law children divide their parents' estate equally. Is this right? , We want • to leave everything to our daughter. THINKING AHEAD DEAR THINKING: I'm not going to help anybody write a will. This is a do-it-yourself project. Get a good lawyer at once and spell out your desires in plain language. In the absence of a will there could be the goll-darn- dest family fight on record. • * * • DEAR ANN: I'm 11 years old but T look older because I am 5 feet 10 inches and weigh 130 pounds. This summer I shot up real fast and its causing me trouble at the box-office. The cashier always asks me how old I am. When I tell her I'm 11 she looks at me funny. Mom gives me just enough for a half-price ticket. Last week I was so embarrassed I borrowed money from two friends and bought an adult ticket rather than argue. This really isn't fair because I should be able to get in for half by rights. What can I do about this problem? THE MOOSE DEAR MOOSE: Ask your Mom to get your birth certificate photostated and carry a copy with you. * * * * If alcohol is robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," 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 of the Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) (O ItM Field EnterprtiM, Inc.) MRS. LACY DEAN MANSON The Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church at Wood River was the scene of the wedding Saturday evening at 7 o'clock of Miss Mary Katherine Knob- Ituch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knoblauch, 841 Lewis Ave., Wood River, and Lacy Dean Manson. The brid«- 'groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Manson, 709 Ridgeway Dr., East Alton. The Rev. A. A. Capron performed the ceremony, and the couple received immediately afterward in the church social room. Miss Donna Whittleman was maid of honor, and the Misses Linda and Brenda Knoblauch, twin sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. The bridegroom's sister, Kathy Manson was flower girl, and Mike Buckler was ring bearer. Jerry Reeder was best man. Steve Fortner of Cahokia, and James Brent, the bridegroom's iHicki Photoi cousin from Brunswick, Mo., were groomsmen. The bride's cousin, Byron Knoblauch, and the groom's cousin, Dale Heishmann, were ushers. The bride wore a chalk white lace gown with a basque bodice, brief cap sleeves, and Sabrina neckline. The full skirt was fashioned with alternating panels of Alencon lace and net extending wide over hoops. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held in place by a pearl clip. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and ivy centered with a purple orchid. The maid of honor wore a ballerina gown of mint taffeta with scoop neckline and full skirt with front bow. She carried orchids and yellow pom- ponsj The other attendants were attired in similar gowns of maize taffeta, and carried orchids and pompons. The couple will reside at 300 S. Ninth St., Wood River. Born to: Mr. and Mr*. Curtis A. Hancock, 1113 Stanley Rd., Cottage Hills, a daughter, 6 pounds, 10 ounces, 11:46 p.m., Monday, Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger W. Penning, 2115 Lawton St., twin daughters, today, St. 'Joseph's Hospital. The first baby, weighing 5 pounds. 4 ounces, was born at 7:01 a.m.. and the second at 7:03 a.m., weighed 6 pounds. Mrs, Penning, a registered nurse on the staff of St. Joseph's Hospital is the former Mary Ann Beiser. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Barnett, 212 McCasland Ave., East Alton, a daughter, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 6:34 a.m., Monday, St. Joseph's. Hospital. Mr. and MM. Leslie W. Har. rawood, 2715 Maxey St., a son, 9 pounds, 15 ounces, 6:56 a.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Everage, 212 W. 18th St., a son, 7 pounds, 3:40 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pleigle, 1179 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, a daughter, 6 pounds, 6 ounces, 7:40 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton, Godfrey, a daughter, 7 pounds, 10:44 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. James Mllford, 1372 Brushy Grove, Wood River, a son, 8 pounds and 3 ounces, 4:25 a.ito., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Two elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black- burn, 211 S. Pence St., East Alton, a son, John Leslie, 6 pounds, 13 ounces, first child, 11:24 p.m., Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Blackburn is the former Miss Barbara Hoi brook of East Alton. Mr. and Mm. Kennetn Jones, Rt. 1, Alton, a son, 8 pounds, 10 ounces, 4:48 p.m., Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mra. Gerald Rich, 3405 Badley Ave., a son, Gary Dwayne, first child, 7 pounds, 1 ounce, 9:19 p.m., Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rich is the former Miss Edythe Wardle of Alton. Mr. and Mn. Adron Cook, 831 Whittier St., Wood River, a son, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, 9:35 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Beauty Tips If applied carelessly foundation make-up will show up in wrinkles and blemishes. Summer is the time of light cottons. Enhance that • light summer feeling by using sachets and floral scents in closets and drawers holding summer garments. Treat lips' gently by completely removing all lipstick at bedtime and applying a lip pomade. Pumice stone, rubbed gently over calluses while washing hands, will reduce that rough .feeling. Secret to use of a mirror: Be honest about what it shows you. Be prepared to Improve your poor points. 723 f. 5th ALTON HO 2-2212

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