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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Seams to Me Fabrics and Trims Add Variety By PATRICIA SCOf T One simple dress pattern can be used extensively if you change fabrics and trims to add variety. For instance, a scooped neck, sleeveless sheath dress is ideal for summer in linen, cotton, synthetic blends, silk, etc. The trim can be one of many. Here are four that are simple to apply. Each is completely different. Arrow Trim (Figure A) 1. Mark center lines of arrows VA inches apart in the position you wish, with one shorter than the other. 2. Center grosgrain ribbon or single fold bias tape over these lines and top-stitch along the edges with matching thread. 3. For arrowhead: pin a 4- inch strip of ribbon or tape to the ironing board with pin at center of one edge of strip, right side up. Fold ends of strip under to form point at pin and so that base of triangle measures 114 inches. Press. Place over raw end of stitched strip on garment, and stitch around triangle. Cut away excess ends close to triangle. Pocket Flaps (Flffiiro B) 1. Make paper pattern of flaps and cut two. Bind curved edge with double-fold bias tape. For neut curves: Have wider fold of tape at underside. Pre- shape tape around curved flap with iron. Stitch outer edge of tape at curve. Stitch close to inner side of tape. 2. Bind top edge with bias tape. 3. To attach flaps, mark location at upper edge only. Pin flaps, wrong side up, with curve toward neck, having straight bound edge just below mark. Stitch through fabric close to binding. Fold flap down and press. Loop Braid Edging (Fig. C) 1. Stitch braid on right side of fabric through straight edge of braid and on seamline of neckline, having braid loops toward waistline. (Zipper foot attachment is helpful for braid application.) 2. Complete neck facing as pattern instructs, being sure that neckline seam is on line of the trim stitching. Middy Tabs (Figure D) 1. Make pattern for tabs, and cut two for each tab. 2. Trim one piece for each tab: Stitch a row of middy braid across center of tab. Leaving a %-inch space, stitch a row on either side of center. (Leave 14-inch braid extending at ends to avoid fraying later.) 3. Pin trimmed tab to plain tab with righl sides together. Stitch a H-inch seam around edge leaving 2 inches free on one long side. Turn to right side, slip-stitch opening closed and press. 4. Attach tabs to dress where desired by sewing through buttons at each end. * * * * Miss Scott is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their questions in her column, but because of the great volume of mail received, daily, she cannot answer individual letters. © 1963, Publishers Newspaper Syndicate In Urbana Homemakers' Conference Will Focus on Leadership Training URBANA—About 250 Illinois homemakers from all parts of the state will get leadership training at the 30th annual Citizenship and Homemakers Extension Federation Organization Conference June 12 to 14 at the University of Illinois. Theme for the conference is "Dynamic Leadership Opens the Door to Service." County Homemakers Extension Association presidents and first and second vice presidents are the official delegates. The Thursday afternoon session is open to the public. At this session Robert L. Radcliffe of Wheaton, area direction for Radio Free Europe, will highlight the work of this ven-- ture. Radcliffe's appearance as the "Elsie Mies Speaker" is made possible by a fund in memory of Mrs. Elsie Mies, president of the Illinois Home Bureau Federation from 1930 to 1934. Mrs. Mies initiated the Citizenship Conference. Mrs. Justin Wagy of Payson, president of the Illinois Homemakers Extension Federation, will preside at the session. The three-day meeting gets under way with a luncheon meeting on Wednesday. Featured speaker of the first afternoon session is Mrs. Laurel Sabrosky, extension analyst, Division of Extension Research and training, Federal Extension Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Her topic is "Let Me Be More Than a Leader." Mrs. Leo Johnson of Aledo, will preside at the session. The Wednesday night session highlights t h e International Farm Youth Exchange program. H. J. Wetzel, assistant professor and 4-H Club specialist at the University of Illinois, will discuss this program. Featured speaker will be Robert Senior of Momence, who will tell about his experiences as Farm Youth Exchangee to Israel in 1962. Cleo Hall, assistant state leader of home advisers, will preside. At the conference banquet Thursday evening, Miriam A. Sh'elden, dean of women at the U. of I., will speak on "Training Youth for Adulthood." Martha Dunlap, assistant director of the Cooperative Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics at the U. of L, will preside at the Friday morning session. Guest speaker will be Eva Goble, assistant director of extension in Indiana. Her topic will be "Open the Doors." Jeannette Dean, assistant state leader of home advisers, and Mrs. Raymond LeVasseur of Manteno, first vice president of the extension federation, will summarize the conference at the final luncheon meeting. Other program participants are Mrs. Lane Clapsaddle of Shabbona, Mrs. H. A. Lindholm of Naperville, Mrs. Otto Luginbuhl of Trenton, Mrs. Stanley Pasturczak of East Moline, and Mrs. Lyman Kimmel of Harrisburg. The conference is sponsored by the Illinois Homemakers Extension Federation and the Home Economics Extension Service at the University of Illinois. Miss Kristen Nell Named Greenfield Valedictorian GREENFIELD — Miss Kristen Nell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nell, was valedictorian of the 1963 class of Greenfield Community High School. Miss Nell was also winner of the American Legion citizenship award for girls, based on scholarship and participation in school and civic activities. She is planning to attend the University of Missouri in the fall. Charles Gillespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gillespie, was class salutatorian and Larry Mears, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mears, received the Amer- can Legion citizenship award for boys. First Bund Concert GREENFIELD - The first band concert of the summer is scheduled for tonight in the city park. Jerome Ruble is director of the community band. GREENFIELD — Officers have been elected by the Day and Night Units of the Homemakers Extension Council. They are: Mrs. Maude B o w- man, chairman of the day unit Mrs. Virgil Tucker, vice chairman; Miss Loretta Hayes, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Is- •inghausen, publicity chairman and Mrs. Paul Davis, 4-H Club jhairman. The day unit is spon sor of the Do-It-Yourself 4-H Club, under the leadership of Mrs. Robert Garner and Mrs. Davis, and the achievement day program ms been set for June 27. Mrs. Lee Witt will serve as chairman of the night unit and Miss Wilhelmina Hebner is first vice chairman. Mrs. Sylvester Case was elected secretary-trea- iurer, Mrs. Doll Duncan, public- ty chairman, and Mrs. Robert Brammeier, health chairman. Meetings of the units have been discontinued until September. Kane KANE — Miss May Fenity left oday for a visit with relatives in Oklahoma City. Michael Warren of Ft. Polk, La., is spending a 10 day leave vitli his mother, Mrs. DIebert Alen and family. The Busy Bee 4-H Club will meet Tuesday for a tour of mem- >ers projects. The tour will start at the Bob Devening home. Kenneth Robinson returned home Thursday from Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott will lave a weekend guests, Mr. and Wrs. Daily McGlosson of Benton. Mrs. Paul Carlton arrived home .oday from Peoria where she visited several days with her son-in- aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Witt. The Kane Lucky Lassies 4-H Cub met Wednesday night at the lome of Cathy Cory. Demonstra- ions were given by Judy and Lois Whitlock, Leona Shane, and Glora Pollen. The Philathea Class of the Methodist Church met Thursday evening at the church. Hostesses vere Mrs. Reuben Allen and Mrs. Nellie Darr. KARACHI — Pakistan is hiring several American consultants. KRISTEN NELL Rev. Schmidt Honored at Grafton Dinner GRAFTON — Approximately 200 members and friends attend ed the surprise birthday dinne honoring the Rev. Father Anthonj Schmidt in celebration of h i birthday Wednesday evening a the Legion Home. A carry-in-din ner was served at 6:30 p.m. Father Schmidt, pastor of St Patrick's Church, was presentee with a monetary gift from mem bers of the parish. Out of town guests were his> parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthonj Schmidt of Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schmidt of Yen ice, Father Rienold Link, O.F.M of Nebraska, Father Alan Wolters O.F.M. of Washington, D.C., Fath er Medard Lobocki of Alton, anc Msgr, Knoedler of Hardin. Royal Neighbors Meet GRAFTON — Mrs. Charles Overmeyer and Mrs. Elmer De- Sherlia were hostess to members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge Tuesday night. It was announced that the Jer sey County Royal Neighbor Con vention will be held Monday June 17 at the Holy Ghost Hal in Jerseyville. The Memorial serv ices will be conducted by the Graf ton Camp and a practice session will be held Thursday at 7 p.m at the hall in preparation for the Convention. Parents of Son GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Kurton have receivec announcement of the birth of son to Mr. and Mrs. Lance Campbell of Hopwood, Pa. The infan was born May 25 and weighed i pounds and 2V& ounces. He ha; been named Joel Allances. Mrs. Campbell, the former Miss Patricia Watson, is the daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Watson former residents of Grafton. WSCS Entertained GRAFTON — Mrs. Forrest Duncan entertained members o. the woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. John Bradfisch gave the devotions and Mrs. Charles Campbell was in charge of the lesson Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman, Rte. 2, Ouatoga Bliuff, Godfrey, a son, Wayne Lee, 7 pounds, 14 ounces, 10:59 a.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Jeffrey Alan, 5Vz. Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Pructt, 830 Oakdale Drive, East Alton, a son, 5 pounds, 8 ounces, 5:16 a.m. today, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder children: Thomas, Bonnie Ann, Richard and Allen Ray. The Rov, and Mrs. Roy Glbbs, 111 E. Tydeman Ave., Roxana, a daughter, Kathy Ellen, 7 pounds, 4 ounces, 5:23 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Diane Jean, 6, and Mark Alan, 18 months. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dobson, 231 Vi S. Pence St., East Alton, a son, Michael William, first child, 6 pounds, 13 ounces, 2:39 p.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Dobson is the former Miss Caroline Sue Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clark of East Alton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dobson of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Witt, 908 Milnor St., a son, Jeffrey Lawrence, 9 pounds, 15 ounces, first child, 3:27 p.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Witt is the former Miss Sharon June Johnson. Grandparents are Mrs. Cletus Beck, Rte. 1, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. diaries Witt, Jerseyville. A.l.C. Robert Hayes, and Mrs. Hayes, Washington, D.C., a son, Brett Robert, first child, 6 pounds, 15 ounces, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Andrews Air Force Base Hospital, Washington, D. C. Mrs. Hayes is the former Miss Judy Shult, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herley Shult of Wood River. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes of Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooke, 1020 N. Taylor Ave., Kirkwood, Mo., a daughter, Kimberly Ann, first child, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, 1:20 a.m. today, St. Joseph's Hospital, Kirkwood. Mrs, Cooke is the former Miss Marlly Sue Prough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prough Sr., Rte, 2, Godfrey. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooke, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Great grandparents are Mrs. Nettie Ritchey of Carrollton, Mrs. Tessie Prough of Kane, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schweickhardt of Alton. D@NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. 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Gilbreath, frm Millie Gilbreath, desertion; Paula Coleen Britton, from Russell Lee Britton, cruelty, and custody of a child awarded to the mother. Divorces granted earlier in the week, and grounds, were: John F. Vantreese, from Cornelia L. Vantrees, desertion, and the defendant's maiden name of Mathews restored; Marianna C. Pfalzgraf, from Thomas R. Pfalzgraf, desertion, with custody of a child awarded to the mother; Dorothy Lola Rudwick, from Elliot Morton Rudwick, cruelty; Ottie Thomas, from Roosevelt Thomas, desertion, and the plaintiff permitted to resume her maiden name of Marshbanks. HospifeU Notes EDWARDSVILLE - One area resident was admitted Friday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and five patients were discharged. Mrs. Emma Martin, 1355 Lee Drive, was admitted. Discharged w e r e: Michael Lichtenauer, 519 Oak Hill; Mrs. Lucy Coley, Rte. 2; Miss Colette Balster, 570 North Kansas; Lawrence Heffernan, 210 Springer; Julius Spitze, 500 West Fourth St. on "Missions in this Modern World." She was assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Taylor, Mrs. Art Wilson and Mrs. Forrest Duncan. The chairman of the Mite Box Committee, Mrs. Roy Schallenberg, reported that $88.29 has been collected. The July meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Pellikan. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Duncan at the close of the meeting. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robeen and daughters, Linda and Barbara of Escondido, Calif, are visiting this week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robeen and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barnett of St. Louis have purchased the Abbott building and have opened the Diamond Sales and Service Corp. Harry Burton of Grafton, who has been formerly employed by Mr. Barnett in St. Lonis, will be associated with him. They will operate a repair garage nad deal in Mercury motors and used cars. NEW DELHI — A new machine tool plant is to be built in India. Lions Homecoming Set July 3-6 at White Hall WHITE HALI The 25th annual Presidents' Parade Wednesday evening. July 3. will open the White Hall Lions' Homecoming at the Lions Park on West Carlinville Street. The homecoming will end July 6. The parade will serve as a salute to the 114 countries and geographical divisions of the world where Lions Clubs are in existence. Many bands and drum corps, including the celebrated Black Knights, have already indicated their intentions of participating in the 1963 parade. The parade theme will be "Nations of the World," and 15 groups have already taken assignments as to the nation they will represent. Other individuals and organizations are urged to enter floats. Stanley Thomas is serving as parade chairman. Blackburn Graduate WHITE HALL-Miss Mary F. Tunison of White Hall was among nearly 80 graduates receiving Bachelor of Arts degrees at the 94th annual commencement at Blackburn College, Carlinville. Miss Tunison, a graduate of White Hall High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tunison, is an English major at the college. She was secretary of the Literary Club, and a member of the executive council of the PTA, a student discussion group. New Baptist Pastor WHITE HALL — Rev. E. Harris Paulson of Rte. 1 Reynolds, 111., has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Baptist Church and will assume his duties Sunday, July 14. Rev. and Mrs. Paulson and three children plan to move to White Hall during the week of July 9. Rev. Paulson had been serving as pastor of the Antioch Baptist Church. Awarded Degree WHITE HALL — Robert G. Ricks, son of Mrs. Ruth Ricks of White Hall, was awarded a bachelor of divinity degree from the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky., and has accepted a call to become associate minister of the First Christian Church at Mt. Sterling, Ky. Ricks is a graduate of the White Hall High School and graduate of Eureka College. His home church is the White Hal First Christian Church, and his wife is the former Miss Sondra Sue Search of this city. BONN—A new type of home workshop electric drill is to be produced soon in West Germany. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. Bunker Hill Methodist Rites Listed BUNKER HILL - The Rev. Victor Herman, pastor of the local Methodist Church, has announced hat his topic for the Sunday morning worship service at 10:30 t.m. will be "Great Men of God." iunday is Student Sunday at the hurch. The Intermediate and Senior VIYF groups will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday and at the 7 p.m. Sunday veiling worship service two col- ege students, Miss Amy Kny itieking, Indiana University, and Miss Joyce Adcock, Ashury Col- egp, will be guest speakers. Following the 10:30 a.m. wor- ;hip service Sunday morning, a meeting of the congregation will DC held. Brighton Church Plans Bible School BRIGHTON — Vacation Bible School of First Southern Baptist Church will be held the first two weeks of August with sessions from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays through Fridays for youngsters ages 3 through 16, the Rev. A. W. Duncan, pastor and Bible school principal, has announced. A nursery will be operated for babies of those who will work in the school. Guild Moots BRIGHTON — The Rev. Harvey Meckfessel led devotions at the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Women's Guild of St. John's United Church of Christ. Topic was "Paul's First Letter to the !orinthians." In the business session Mrs. Allen Jones was renamed president of the guild and Mrs. Oliver Isenberg was made vice president. Home for Summer BRIGHTON — Martha, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Duncan, is home for the summer holidays from William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. Miss Duncan is majoring in English and intends to go into teaching on graduation Church Notes BRIGHTON — Sermon topic o: the Rev. Harvey Meckfessel a' both the 9 and 10:30 a.m. worship services Sunday at St. John's United Church of Christ will be "Wrongs That Are Right." Married couples will bring covered dishes to a potluck picnic to be held at noon Sunday at Owens-Illinois Club grounds. Stewardship committee will Brightonian Wins Teaching Assistantship BRIGHTON Paul Duncan, son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Duncan, has been granted a teaching assistantship at Baylor University, Waco, Texas, for the year 1963-64. Duncan, whose father is pastor of First Southern Baptist Church here, is majoring in business and will serve his assistantship in economics while working toward r. master's degree. The award includes a $100 per month stipend as well as 24 hours free tuition at Baylor University. At Baylor, Duncan has maintained an above-average scholastic record and has attained the den's honor roll. He is a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, National Economics Society. He will receive a bachelor's degree in August. Sidewalk Sales Set At Bethalto BETHALTO — Sidewalk days have been set for June 14 and 15 by the Bethalto Chamber of Commerce, it was announced folio ng the C of C meeting this week. Merchants will display items on counters and racks on the street, md will have special prices on certain items. Approval was given to renting a :ent at the Bethalto Homecoming this fall and selling spaces to merchants fordisplay purposes. The next meeting of the group will be July 3. Methodist Services BETHALTO — The Rev. Leo L. Copeland will speak on "A Very Rich Faith" at the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. services at Bethalto Methodist Church Sunday. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. and evening services at 7:30. The Feds Came NOGALES, Sonora, Mexico —Federal troops were called into patrol the streets of Nogales, Mexico, on Jan. 4. The reason: It was National Policeman's day and the entire Nogales police force was given a holiday. meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. and the committee on church education will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. Church and Sunday school picnic is set for Sunday, June 16, at Owens-Illinois Club grounds. MAKE FAMILY NIGHT! ALTON SHOP TILL 9 P.M. A & P Food Stores 411 Plasa Biedermcm Furniturt 202-304 Plasa Carson Jewelry 215 W. 3rd Franklin Union 800 E. Broadway Hurwitz Jewelers 212 W. 3rd J & R Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Desk 400 Belle L & L Furniture 4tb and Plaaa Ste. Myers Brothers 3rd and Piasa 8t». Paul's Fabrics 206 State St. Schaefter's 108 W. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co. 306-33 PlM» Slack Furniture 203 W. 3rd Stone Bros. 118 W. Third St. Thrifty Drug 828 Belle Thrift Hardware 500 B<4le FREE PARKING METER!