Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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PAGE EICHTKEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE *, 1963 Social Briefs Farewell Parties Honor The Mark Jacobsons Mr. and Mrs. Mark .lacob- snn nf 2131 \Vyrkoff St.. and daughter, Christine, left today )n mnke their home in Durham. N. C. Mr. .lacobson has boon transferred by Owens-Illinois lo its Durham plant, and the family will livr at 2411 Alpine Rn.-ifi. P;irtips have been given In honor (he Jacobsons. A flintier party was given for the couple by Miss Jane Black and Miss Dnrolhy Colonius Werlnpsday evening in Miss Black's home at 1225 Fairway Drive. On Tuesday evening. Mrs. James K. Almeter gave a bon voyage party for Mrs. Jaeobson in the Almeter home. 100.S McKinley Blvd. The 18 guests were members of Little Theater, Inc., in which the Jacobsons have been active. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Miller of 416 Brontwood Blvd., entertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jaeobson and their family at a barbecue for friends Saturday. On May 31, twelve women were invited by Mrs. James A. Osborne to her home at 110 Elble St. for a brunch honoring Mrs. Jaeobson. Miss Margaret Meyer entertained at a breakfast for the departing family in her home, !)18 State St. Mrs. Harold Schlobohm gave a bridge party in her home at 412 Brentwood Blvd., on May 16. Thirteen women guests were served luncheon. The Blackburns Former Altonians, Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Blackburn, and their three children, are here visiting with friends and relatives in the area. They are guests of Mrs. Blackburn's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Millikin of 1816 Myrtle St. They , came from their home in Bryan. Tex., last week, and were joined here by their son, Barney, who has returned to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. where he is stationed with the Army. Mr. Blackburn was transferred to Bryan 13 years ago by International Shoe Co. WCTU A report on legislation before the U. S. Congress and the state legislature was presented to members of the Alton Women's Christian Temperance Union Tuesday afternoon in First Methodist Church. The federal report was by Mrs. C. E. Owens and the state report by Mrs. Robert Nessl, president of the Alton group. Appropriations were made to various funds. Father's Day was the theme of the devotional service by Mrs. Carl Fuller, and the group sang "Faith of Our Fathers." Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jenkins of 322 Niagara St., East Alton, honored their son, Harry, and his fiancee, Miss Georgia Lee Bricker of Godfrey, at a buffet dinner following rehearsal of their wedding last night. Dinner was served in the fellowship hall of the Community Congregational Church in Godfrey. The couple will be married Saturday at 8 p.m. in that church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bricker of Godfrey. The Dromgooles Mr, and Mrs. Joseph J. Dromgoole of 1124 College Ave., returned -home last night from a four month's tour of Europe. They visited Italy, Switzerland, Monaco, France, Germany, Holland, England, and Ireland. Marriage Announced The marriage of Miss Judy Kay Pmvel of Jersoyville, and Charles David Siebel of Peoria was announced by the eouple rim-ing their visit Ibis week at the home of the bride's parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Powel in Jerseyville. Mr Siobcl's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Siohel of Peoria The wedding took place Feb. •I in Peoria with (lie Rev. Lester Garber officiating. Attendants for the couple were Miss Beverly Lonz, a sorority sister of the bride, and James McHenry, a fraternity brother of the groom. The former Miss Powel was graduated from Jersey Community High School and for two years has attended Millikin University, Dccatur, where she is a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. Mr. Siebel is a graduate of Peoria Manuel High School and is a junior student at Millikin. His fraternity is Delta Sigma Alton OES Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, initiated three persons Wednesday evening during a meeting in' Piasa Masonic Temple. The new members are Hugo Koehler and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy. Mrs. Everett J. Watson, instructress of the chapter, was guest of honor, and received gifts from the chapter and from the worthy patron and matron, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colburn. The chapter instructress is honored once each year. Mrs. Leo Larsh sang. Fathers will be honored at the next meeting in the temple at 7:45 p.m. on June 19. Moose Women Seven women were initiated by Alton Women of the Moose during a meeting in the Moose lodge Tuesday at 8 p.m. The new members are Mrs. Richard Deem, Mrs. Neal Funk, Mrs. Jay Frazier, Mrs. George Guynn, Miss Nita Clark, Velma Gaither and Erma Maxine Pal- zine. Hostesses for the meeting and social hour were Academy of Friendship members, headed by the academy chairman, Mrs. Sophie Prine. The next meeting of the women will be in the lodge at 8 p.m. on June 18. More new members will be initiated at that time. Speechmistresses Mrs. William Reese, president and her corps of officers were installed Wednesday evening during a meeting of the Speech- mistress , Club in Colonial Supper Club. An impromptu speaking program followed dinner. Mrs. Edward Groshong spoke on the prevalence of immorality among young people. Mrs. George Rieken led a round table discussion on segregation. Mrs. Reese served as mistress of ceremonies, and received the club halo. The club will meet next at the same club in September. Peter Brown Peter Mackenzie Brown, son of Capt. and Mrs. John Brown of 414 Prospect St., left today for a trip to Europe. He plans to be gone until Aug. 28, and will visit with relatives in England. MltvS. SIEREL Phi. The couple will reside in Peoria this summer and in the fall will establish their home in Decatur. Mossman- Weigel Date Set Miss Yvonne Weigel of Madison has chosen June 29 us the dnto for her wedding to Duane F. Mossman of Brussels. Plans have been completed for the wedding, and parties are being given for the bride-elect. The couple will exchange vows at 8 a.m. Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Brussels. A reception will be given from 2 until 5 p.m. in the American Legion home. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Weigel of Madison, was honored Sunday by 20 guests at a'surprise bridal shower given by Mrs. John Snyders in the home of Mrs. Frank Mossman in Brussels. The engagement of the couple was announced last winter. The parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman of Brussels. * X: * * Piano Recital Piano students of Miss Gertrude Horn will be presented in a program Friday at 8 p.m. in the educational building of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church. Students on the program are Lucinda Stauffer, John Annin, David Osborn, Diane Dirksmeyer, Diane Burton, Donna Sue Colson, Phyllis Colson, Eric Haun, Kathi Hedger. Susan Annin, Barbara Graul, Sam Mattocks, Barbara Hack, Barbara Osborn, Linda Ealey, Irene Beach, Richard Dirksmeyer, Teri Hedger, Susan Hack, Ann Ruyle, Diane Simpson. Miss Matthey . Miss Joyce Matthey of Ramona Place, Godfrey, is in New York where she will board the SS. Aurelia on Saturday for Southampton, England. After a week's tour of England she will join a student group in Paris, and will visit in 10 countries on the continent and Scandinavia. Miss Matthey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Matthey, and a senior student at Purdue University, will be accompanied by a classmate, Miss Nancy Akers of Charleston, 111. The young women will fly home from Frankfurt, Germany, in late August. After-Graduation Party »' More than 400 young people attended a party given in Godfrey Civic Center following graduation at Alton High School Wednesday evening. The party was given by parents of the graduates, with Mrs. Steve Baron as general chairman As guests arrived, they were presented leis in keeping with the "Carri- bcan Cruise" theme. The graduates danced to the music of Larry Lehmann, Ralph Dk'kson and Kenneth Link. Robert Wilson gave a singing imitation of popular singer, Ray Charles. Polaroid pictures, taken by a roving photographer, were given to the guests. Parents served refreshments. Ann Landers The Family College Notes Summer Meetings Arranged For New Students at U of I URBANA—Five University of Illinois undergraduates will be hosts or hostesses, panelists, and bus tour guides this summer for parents and new students coming to the campus in a series of 38 meetings arranged from June 18 through Aug. !) by U. of I. Dads and Mothers associations. The students are Mary K. Behrens, Greenview: Barbara L. Burris. 1123 Easton St., Alton; Linda S. Gerard of Tulon; Frances R. Israelstam, Highland Park; and David M. Waltz, Vandalia. New students coming to the campus this summer can enroll in advance for next fall, check on housing, employment, or other special problems and get acquainted with the university. Daily meetings will be held for the parents with questions answered by a panel including students, university administrators, and parents. A one-hour tour of the campus, including a visit to the new Assembly Hall will be provided daily. * * * » Michael L. Thiele, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thiele of 794 Park Drive, received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., in commencement exercises attended by his parents Sunday. He was rated as a distinguished student, having made the dean's list and finished in the top five division of his class. He is a member of Pi Tau Sigma, honorary engineering fraternity; Tau Beta Pi, international scholastic honorary fraternity; and is a past president of his social fraternity, Theta Xi. He will visit with his parents until June 15, when he will take a position as construction engineer with the C. F. Brown Co., Los Angeles. Lt. (j.g.) William L. Thiele, USNR, brother of Michael, is a guest of his parents during a 20-day leave. Lt. Thiele has recently returned from a West Pacific cruise. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rowen, 3304 Lincoln Ave., have returned from Tulsa, Okla., where they attended the graduation Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell from Tulsa University. Mrs. Bell is the former Miss Sally Rowen. Mrs. Bell received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology; and Mr. Bell received a bachelor of arts degree in English. The couple will live in 1 Tulsa where Mr. Bell will attend law school at the university. Mirlo Popovich will leave New York June 29 for Hamburg, Germany to participate in a program sponsored by Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. While in Germany, the student will live with a family in Hamburg and attend a class on the development of German democracy offered at the University of Hamburg. Miss Cheryl Wright, a June graduate of Western Illinois University in Macomb, has accepted a position with the La Harpe school system and will teach English in the fall. The announcement was made today by the Bureau of Occupational Information and Placements at WIU. Miss Carolyn McGauf*hey is expected to arrive home tonight to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McGaughey in Dorsey. She has completed her junior year at Valparaiso University in Indiana, and will be employed until fall at Wood River Township Hospital in the dietetics department. Miss McGaughey is studying dietetics at the university. Correction John T. Crivello of 915 McKinley Blvd., will attend St. Benedict's College in Atchison, Kan., this fall; and John E. McConnell, 3552 Aberdeen Ave.; will attend Rockhurst College, Kansas City, Mo. In an item under college notes in Wednesday's paper, the young men were listed as future students at St. Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa. 2-Hour Service «t Our Plant 1-Day Delivery Service On Request DAR Award Winner Nancy Sunderland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Sunderland, Fail-mount Addition, was presented a gold medal as the senior ranking the highest in American history at graduation exercises at Alton High School Wednesday night. The award is given annually by Daughters of the American Revolution, Ninian Edwards Chapter. Miss Sunderjand has been a member of the National Honor Society, a counselor's assistant, member of the student council, chorus, drama club secretary, chairman of the decorations committee of the junior prom, Dream Girl of the junior prom, a member of the court of the Homecoming Queen, Pep Club and French Club. She plans to enter the Uni- specializing in biological adversity of Kansas in the fall, ences. MISS SUNDERLAND Weekly Food Revieiv Beef,, Chicken Bargains Are at Markets Now By ASSOCIATED PRESS Beef and chicken bargains make it easy to celebrate June as national barbecue month. Steaks, hamburger, small roasts, kebob cuts and ribs are all attractively priced candidates this weekend. One national chain features rib steaks at 69 cents a pound and California roasts are offered by another chain at 49 cents. Chicken fryers, meanwhile, were pegged at 29 cents a pound in the New York outlets of one chain. These prices are expected to continue low. Red meat prices—recently at their lowest levels in five years —may start rising before too long, however. This turnabout has shown up in West Coast markets in the form of pork boosts of 3 to 5 cents a pound for loins and 2 to 3 cents for spareribs. Retail effects haven't shown up everywhere yet, however, and many pork bargains will still be found this weekend. Beef prices may undergo sort' of a sympathetic vibration later, rising once the competitive pressure of cheap pork is eased. Vegetable offerings this weekend include new potatoes, bell peppers, spinach, squash, tomatoes, cabbage, celery, sweetcorn and carrots. Fruit counters are brightening with the appearance of blueberries, avocados and canta- loups to join the starts of recent weeks: watermelon, strawberries and pineapple. Peaches are also showing up in volume and West Coast markets feature plums, apricots, grapes and cherries. A Lovelier You Not a Hot Foot in the Lot By MARY SUE MILLER The next best thing to walking barefoot in the grass is wearing this summer's barefoot sandals. There's not a "hot foot" in the lot! If you've a pretty foot, prettily groomed, try the thonged sandal for home and casual wear. It's the coolingest! For air-conditioned comfort on other occasions, look to pared shapes with delicate straps or sling-backs. They're as smart as they are breezy. And they can be wonderfully flattering to the foot. Feminine as all-get-out! A long, slim leg and foot takes to a strap that skirts the ankle, like a long neck to a choker. The T-strap is the trick that trims a plumpish leg and foot, particularly if the crossbow falls well below the ankle. When in doubt, a sling solves all riddles. It looks so flirty, too! Colors add to effects. Go for neutrals—pale to dark for general daytime wear. Neutrals are both becoming and versatile. But do revise your thinking on what the neutrals are. From the black-brown- navy-beige range, they have widened their scope to include such misty shades as willow and saffron. In the evening, you have carte blanche to kick up your heels in brights and lights. But remember that the brighter or lighter a shade, the more attention it calls to the foot. So beware, if there are times when you wish you could sit on your feet. Then a compromise is in order, and actually it could prove a very subtle fashion gambit. Wear willow shoes with a pastel dress, and watch the fashion fireworks! Winning Manner* To open a door on increased poise and popularity, send for our booklet, "Winning Manners." Topics included are Introductions, Invitations, Table Manners, The Charming Hostess, You —The Guest, Dating Manners, Formal Dances, Travel Tips and Tipping. Small Points, like when to wear a hat or check your coat. For your copy, write to me in care of the Alton Telegraph, enclosing 25 cents in coin, and a long, self addressed stamped envelope. © I8G3, Field Enterprises, Inc. CLISANiDRS •4501 State St. 4JUI JJO "4-1911 CALL "CHRIS" COLLECT She's Worried About Stingy Son DEAR ANN: My son, who is 29 years old, makes his home with me. He Is attractive, well built, has an excellent professional rating, • makes about $18,000 a year, and he has {he first dime he ever earned. If I didn't throw > out his old shoes and suits he'd % wear them till they fell apart, He will not take out a girl be- Ann tandem, cause it costs money. He has invited a few girls to the house for dinner, but that's as far as he goes. For Christmas, Mother's Day and my birthday he gives me a check because, according to him, "You can't beat money." I don't know how he got so dollar-crazy. His father waff •never like this, and heaven knows I am not. He has few friends because he doesn't want to go any place that costs money. I am heartsick that he is missing out on so much that is worthwhile and interesting. He won't even take a trip, although I know he has $43,000 in the bank. What can I do?—HIS MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: He needs professional help but of course he wpn't get it because it would cost something. Ask him which relatives or charities he wants to leave his money to. Your question may jar him into realizing that if he doesn't enjoy his hard- earned loot, someone else will. * * * • DEAR ANN: I can't sign my name to this because if the fellows ever heard I wrote to Ann Landers they would die laughing. I had seven dates with a nice girl. We got along great, and she was a perfect lady. The other night a gang of us fellows were talking about girls, and there was plenty of bragging. I didn't want to be the only guy who didn't have something to brag about, so I said a few things about this girl which were not true. Well, her best friend's brother was in the crowd, only I didn't dig the connection till later. He went back and blabbed everything. She passed the information on to the girl. Yesterday at school the girl said she never wanted to see me again. I am sick about this and want to square things. What can I do?—HATE MYSELF BEAR HATE YOURSELF: You've had it, Buster, and it couldn't have happened to a bigger louse. Your chances for squaring things are mighty slim, but go to each of the guys and admit you lied. The word may sift back to her and perhaps she'll forgive you. * * * * DEAR ANN: I am going to a very important party in a few weeks with an awfully nice boy. I am worried about something, and if you could settle it I'm sure I would have peace of mind. This boy who asked me isn't very sophisticated and I'm afraid he won't buy me a corsage. I will feel uncomfortable without one because all the girls expect it. I have an artificial flower which I could wear in case I don't get a live corsage. Would this be right or wrong? —MISS IN QUESTION DEAR MISS IN QUESTION: The 'artificial flower is out. If your date doesn't bring a corsage, say nothing and for heaven's sake don't allow it to spoil your good time. One measure of maturity is the ability to overlook things which are not important—and a good test is to ask this question. "Will it matter three months from now?" * * * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. © Ifti.'i. Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Legion Women Past Presidents' Parley of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 126 voted Tuesday to cancel meetings during July and August, and will elect officers during the Sept. 3 meeting. The women met in the Legion home. Miss Fannie Ullrich was hostess chairman. Watkins* Water Wedding Set MISS WAITER Born to: Mr. and Mrs. William liar- pole, 601 Anderson St., a son, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 4:08 p.m., Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. E|der child, Michael, 15 months. Mr. and Mrs,. William Walker, 3187 Lawn St., a son, 6 pounds, 4 ounces, 10:34 a.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Jennifer Lynn, 16 months. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Turner, Rte. 4, Godfrey, a daughter, Gary Denise, 8 pounds and 11 ounces, 9:16 a.m., Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder "children, Tobie, 7, Kim, 5, and Cole, 3. Mr. and Mrs. James Clontngcr, 523 Second St., Bethalto, a daughter, Pamela Sue, 9 pounds and 4 ounces, 1:35 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Teresa Ann, 5%, and Dennis James, 2%. Mr. and Mrs. William Hofmann, 29 Holly Hills, Godfrey, a son, Russell William, 9 pounds and 3 ounces, 5:30 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Ann Elizabeth, 5, and Christine, 4. Pfc. and Mrs. Earl Phillips, Tacoma, Wash., a son, first child, 8 pounds, 10:04 p.m. Tuesday, Madigan Army Hospital, Tacoma, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hackworth, 618 State St., twins, Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. The first baby, a boy, weighing 6 pounds, 9 ounces, was born at 7:22 p.m. and the girl, weighing 5 pounds and 6 ounces, was born at 7:25 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Sanders, 636 Lincoln Ave., East Alton, a daughter, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, David George, 8, and Darral Ray, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, 1211 Alby St., a son, 7 pounds, 9 ounces, 9:51 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Charles Lee, 13, Pauline, 10, Robert Lee, 8, Fred James, 7, Verna, 6, Howard I., 5, Cynthia, 4, Shirley, 2, and Jeffrey, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Propst Jr., 16 Delmar Ave., a daughter, 8 pounds, 9:51 a.m., Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bornes, Rte. 2, Brighton, a daughter, Kathleen Jane, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 12:15 p.m., Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Miss Mar'jorie Water, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Water of Eldred, and Robert R. Watkins Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watkins, 3308 Fernwood Ave., will be married .Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Calvary Baptist Church. No invitations are being mailed. The couple will receive friends at the home of the groom's parents immediately following the ceremony. Miss Water attended Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and was graduated May 26 from Passavant Hospital School of Nursing in Jacksonville. She is a 1957 graduate of Carrollton High School. Mr. Watkins is a 1957 graduate of Alton High School. He attended Southern Illinois University and is stationed at Fort Hood, Tex. Sig-Tri-Hi Receives Charter FOR WALL-TO-WALL CARPET SAVE I MONEYS Call Edwardivillt "AHonflc" 8^7371 Madison County Carptr Route 4—Lou-Juan IIIU* EDWAKDSVILLJ2 A donation of $25 to the' Elijah P. Lovejoy Memorial Scholarship Fund was voted by members of Sig-Tri-Hi at a meeting Wednesday evening. It was announced the group had received its charter from the state, and the organization is now a member of the Illinois and national associations of cl,ub women. Named to the board of directors were Miss Charlotte Jones, Mrs. Charles Hearn, Mrs, L. D. Kelly, Mrs. Norman Malone, Mrs. Henry Gray, .Mrs. Robert Ballinger and Miss Irma Jones. Miss Charlotte . Jones was hostess chairman. The next meeting will be on June 12 at 7:30 p.m., the place to be announced later. CARNIVAL MONTICELLO PLAZA PARKING LOT Mound City Shows Proc«td( Aid Hit Hind Aides and Concessions 50-Year Reunion Members of the 1913 February and June classes of Alton High School will observe the golden anniversary of their graduation with a dinner at 6 p.m. on June 13 in Hotel Stratford. Principal speaker will be Paul Scott on the topic, "Anniversary Memories." Mr. Scott was the 1913 state champion in extemporaneous speaking. Walter W. Wood will speak on "Tales of the Tatler," and will extend greetings to the graduates. He will also read a memorial to deceased classmates. Music will be furnished by Irene Elder Meyer and Florence Dick Korte. The classes will participate in a discussion entitled: "Do You Remember?" The February class had as its motto, "Facta Probant," and its colors were black and gold. The June classmates' motto was "Impossible is Un- American," and colors were red and black. The committee in charge of the dinner has invited friends of the 1913 graduates to visit them at 8 p.m. after the banquet. The committee is comprised of Leslie Alt, Mrs. J. J. Sharkey (Edna Gerbig), Mrs. George E. Bonnell (Elvira Gormley); Casper Jacoby, Cecil Wightman, Emma Horn, Mrs. Herman Meyer (Irene Elder); Mrs. Florence Dick Korte and Mr. Wood. Marquette 1958 Class To Reunite Plans for the reunion of the Marquette High School class of 1958 were completed Tuesday at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Gene Twitty, 741 Spring St. The reunion will be Saturday, July 6, in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Cocktails will be at 6 p.m., dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and at 9 p.m. the Altonians will play for dancing. Reservations can be made until June 22. Mrs. Edward (Mary Jo Pel- pert) O'Brian and Mrs. Gene (Mary Ann Carrow) Twitty are co-chairmen of the reunion. Assisting them are Miss Jean Oetken, Mrs. Michael (Connie Boss) Mullins, and Mrs. Ted (Pat Wendle) Klasner, publicity; Leonard Leritz, Mrs, David (Janice Metzler) Dabbs, decorations; Victor, Goeken, Mrs. Richard (Sue Miller) Martin, and Gerald Waters, entertainment. Receives Cap Miss Janice Kay Steele was presented her cap in a ceremony Monday in St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church, New Orleans, La. Miss Steele is a member of the freshman class of Mather School of Nursing, Southern Baptist Hospital. Cook some extra slices of breakfast bacon and crumble; add to the next morning's pancake batter. Serve with maple syrup, honey or currant jelly. Sponsored by: GODFREY LIONS NOW! LOCAL SERVICE ON TEMPO-TRONIC ELECTRONIC CUT , STENCILS For A. B. Dick, Gestetner, Runeo, Gena, Speed-o-l'rlnt, Machines. Perfect StenclU Made from any drawn or printed oopy or paste-up. 9950 <€- e Each OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 8900 K. Broadway HO 2*8442 V

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