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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1963 Social Briefs St. Joseph's Auxiliary Seats New Officers at Luncheon Mrs. Robert J. MuckermHii was elected and installed president of St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary during the group's annual meeting Monday in Hotel Stratford. Some 100 women were served Inucheon, and played cards following the business session. Others elected and installed were Mrs. R. E. Bury, first vice president; Mrs. Fred Joehl, second vice president: Mrs. Harvey Reilley, third vice president; Mrs. J. E. McLaughlin, recording secretary: Mrs. Leo George, corresponding secretary: and Mrs. Joseph Caldarera, treasurer. Mrs. Francis N. Orr, retiring president, presented a cheek for S3.000 to Sister Rene, administrator of the hospital, to add to the isolope fund. The luncheon and meeting were planned by Mrs. Richard Worcester, assisted by Mrs. Charles Helix, Mrs. Edward Kinney and Mrs. Donald Wieb- mer. Johnson and Kitzmiller Nuptials Miss Sharon Faye Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of 317 Mildred St.. became the bride of Robert Lee KitzmilJer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavevne Kitzmiller of Slraube Lane. Godfrey. Saturday at 4 p.m. in the Godfrey Methodist Church. The Rev. Harmon Dycus officiated. The couple received at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Miss Jane Hand attended the bride, and Vernon Kitzmiller served as his brother's best man. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by the Kroger Co. The bridegroom, also a graduate of Alton High School, will begin training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Chicago. The Cookes Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooke of 28 Jerome Drive, Godfrey, attended the graduation of their son, Roger, Saturday at Northwestern University, Evanston. The couple was accompanied to the commencement exercises by their son, Lloyd, who is stationed at Great Lakes Naval Training Center. The Hannas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hanna of deai-water, Fla., who have been visiting Mrs. R. E. Simpson of 2717 Bostwick St., left today for Chicago, their former home. They came from Clearwater to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cousley June 8. After visiting in Chicago they will return to Alton and then back to Clearwater. MRS. ROBERT MUCKERMAN Beta Sigma Phi Chapters To Have Nu Phi Mu Rush MRS. ENLOW Johnson Reunion Seventy-eight persons were present at the Johnson family reunion Sunday at Westerner Clubgrounds. The oldest member present was Harmon Johnson of Green brier. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson, former Alton residents, now of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. also attended. They are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson, 3410 Fuller ton Ave. The eight local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority have completed plans for a Nu Phi Mu rush in Alton and surrounding communities. Prospective pledges have been invited to a rush meeting, Thursday. June 20, at the Stratford Hotel. Mrs. Charlene Enlow, international staff representative from Kansas City, Mo., will .speak, explaining the aims and purposes of the non-sectarian organization. She will remain here to conduct a ritual June 24 for the new members selected. Mrs. Enlow travels extensively for the organization. Beta Sigma Phi has 7,000 chapters throughout the world and over 150,000 active members. It is a non-collegiate, social, cultural and service organization. The Snyders Mrs. James Snyder and her three children of Cape Canaveral. Fla., and Mrs. Dick Jones and her three children of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting this week with their parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harold Bruce, Paula, and Patty of 2915 Watalee Ave.; and Mrs. Dale Dick of Alton. Plan Convent Garden Party Four of the principal planners of the Ursuline Convent garden party survey the grounds at the convent in preparation for the event Saturday and Sunday. Shown are from left, Mrs. George Wegener, chairman; Rev. Mother Alice, superior of the convent; Mrs. Earl Manns, co-chairman; and Mrs. Lester Wroble, chairman of the "doll house" booth. The Ursuline Convent Auxiliary announces a doll booth and a cartoon show have been added to booths and activities for its garden party this year. The event is planned for Saturday from 5 until 10 p.m., and Sun- dtyy from noon until 10 p.m. on the convent grounds. The "Doll House" will feature a collection of dressed dolls and separate doll clothing tor sale. The "Cartoon Theatre" will feature a supervised showing uf movie cartoon* tor small children in tin; nursery schoolroom. Bill Pohhnan will prepare chicken-in-a-basket dinners, and pony rides and stagecoach rides will be under the supervision of ft. A. Tliomeczek. Other attractions will be games and rides, and booths lor the sale of cotton candy, pastries, aprons, white elephant articles and parcel posl packages. There will bt> a merry- go-round, fish pund, dart game, and "dunk-tlu;-rfian." Mrs. George; Wagoner is general chairman, and is being assisted by Mrs. Earl Manns. Mrs. B. J. Pluth is publicity chairman. The auxiliary works to help provide convent maintenance funds for the Ursuline nuns who stafl four area parochial elementary schools and Mar- qnclto High School. The garden parly is a combined effort of the nuns and the auxiliary, ;md the event is open to the public. F6r and Engagements Announced The Family Ann Landers She's Sunk When She Tries to Dance DEAR ANN: I nnisl be a freak. There is no other explanation for a person who has spent hundreds of dollars on dancing lessons and si ill can't dance. My husband's business makes it necessary [or us to go places where there is dancing. After '20 years of marriage we have worked on I something that looks like dancing but it adds up to nothing more than walking to music and Ann Landers, stepping on each other. I am sunk when I try to dance with anyone else and this is my problem. How do I refuse without looking like a snob? I am seen "dancing" with my husband so 1 can't say I don't dance. It is pure agony when I attempt to dance with a client who wants to be "nice" to the boss' wife. Please tell me what to do.—OUT OF STEP. DEAR OUT: If it is pure agony to dance with anyone other than your husband don't do it. When asked to dance just say. "Thank you but I'd rather sit this one out and chat with you. Do you mind?" It's an available escape hatch which may even be interpreted as a compliment. =:: * * * DEAK ANN: I am 14 years old and my last year of school was the worst yet. I am a fairly good student but the problem is my hearing. 1 am not deaf but I have a 35 per cent hearing loss. The doctor says I don't need a hearing aid but he thinks it would help if I sat up front in school. I have asked my teachers for permission to sit up front but they resent it. They tell me they speak loudly enough to be heard anywhere in the room. When I asked one teacher at the beginning of the school year to repeat herself she said I wasn't paying attention or I would have heard for the first time. 1 never asked again after that. I am having trouble with some of my friends, too. They all know about my hearing problem but I still get digs like, "I don't chew my cabbage twice" and stuff like that. Please tell me what to do. If next year is like this one I mink I'll quit school.—MARCELLA (Not my real name). DEAR MARCELLA: It's extremely difficult for me to believe teachers are so unsympathetic. Either you've failed to explain adequately that you have a hearing problem, or you arc using the handicap as an excuse to goof off. Before school starts in the fall ask your doctor for a written note addressed to your teachers. As for your friends, there will always be inconsiderate people in this world. Quitting school to avoid being hurt would be a mistake—and it would solve nothing. You've got to learn to roll with the punches, Honey. * * * * DEAR ANN: Our 20-year-old son was lucky and landed a good job close to home after he graduated from high school two years ago. I am happy to have him home but it is strictly hi.s idea—not mine. 1 do hi.s laundry, fix him a hearty breakfast every morning and lie rarely misses supper with the family. Once in a while he buys something for the table. (He has never spent more than 51.) I've hinted that I could surely use a few dollars a week because there are four younger children and we are sti'tiggling to make ends meet. T once mentioned $5 a week would seem like a million, but he ignored the remark. Should I come right out and insist? Or would this be too greedy of a mother? My husband says it's up to me but I have mixed emotions. Please advise.—MISSOURI MOM DEAK MOM: Since Missouri is the "Show Me" state 1 sug- Favorite Recipes Mrs. William P. Hine of 3210 Alby St.. has given us two recipes which would be nice for parties. One is for Toasted Snowballs. The other is a Mist Green Glace. Mi's. Hine is employed by the Telegraph as its librarian. TOASTED SNOWBALLS 1 envelope plain gelatin •J tablespoons cold water t cup boiling water 3 egg whites % cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla V4 teaspoon salt Sauce 3 egg yolks 1 cup sugar I lemon (juice and grated rind). More for stronger flavor '.a cup melted butter Va-licup whippeed cream Dissolve gelatin in cold water. Add boiling water, stir, cool slightly. Add unbeaten egg whites, sugar, vanilla and salt. Beat to consistency of thick MRS ' raNE cream. Pour into shallow rectangular or square pan and chill. To make the sauce: beat egg yolks until thick, add sugar gradually. Continue to beat until sugar is taken up, add juice, rind and butter. Mix. Fold in whipped cream. To serve: roll inch-sized gelatin squares in graham cracker crumbs and place in sherbet glasses. Handle lightly. Spoon sauce over gelatin. MIST GREEN GLACE 1 quart lime sherbet 1 quart lemon ice cream \\: cup fresh lime juice U cup lemon juice Gingerale Let mix (except gingerale) stand in bowl until partially thawed, then mix lightly. Add half-bottle gingerale, blend. Scoop this rather thick mixture into tall glasses and pour on a little ale to make it frothy on top. Delicious served with salt- mixed nuts. Send your favorite recipe, together with a picture of yourself, to the Alton Evening Telgraph's Family Page. Pictures will be returned if you enclose request. Receives Degree Gary Hayes Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morgan of 3701 Wickenhauser Ave., received a degree of doctor of dental surgery from Western Reserve University in Cleveland, on June 12. Dr. Morgan is a graduate of Marquette High School, and received his bachelor of science degree from John Carroll University, Cleveland. He will enter the Air Force after Sept. 1 as a captain, and will practice dentistry at Richard-Gabeur Air Base, Kansas City, Mo. He is married to the former Mis's Anne Walter of Akron, Ohio. The couple has two daughters, Peggy and Kathryn. They will live at 73 Marvin Ave., in Akron, until he enters the service. His parents and sister. Sandra, attended the graduation ceremony. Also attending was his grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Morgan of Wood River. ln-Service BEAUTY MAGIC Itom — E. Urouchvuj — Alton DIAL HO :!-iilU OAKY MORGAN The Adams's Mr. and Mrs. Oren Adams entertained 55 guests Sunday at a dinner and open house in their home, 1201 Garden St. The honored guests were Mrs. Adams' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murray of Laramie, Wyo. The Parkers Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parker and son, David, of La Mabra, Calif., are returning home following a visit with his sisters and their families, Mrs. Mary Krau.shaar of Godfrey and Mrs. Evelyn Grain of Alton; his mother, Mrs. Mamie Parker of Alton, and other friends and relatives in the area. gesl your son show you about 25 per cent of his pay check. This is the Ann Landers formula for unmarried kids who live at home and enjoy all the comforts of their childhood. So stop hinting, mom. Tell him, * * * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. t 1 Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Rugs and Upholstery cleaned the safe wqy! Duruclean 'flower fresh" cleaning NO soaking, no shrinking I NO ruinous scrubbing! jColors come alive! (for FREE estimate!! CM 11 DURACLEAN KUK &. Upliulstery Cleaners Training at State Hospital In-service training for volunteers will be held Thursday at Alton State Hospital, according to volunteer supervisor Marjorie Dintelmann. The program will begin at 1 p.m. In the recreation hall with an official greeting by Dr. Abraham Simon, hospital superintendent. In addition to being schooled on volunteer duties, participants will see a demonstration of psychodrama conducted by David Cronin, social worker. The patient glee club, under the direction of Mrs. Bess Westbrook, music therapist, will entertain. Mrs. Dintelmann said the session is (or people now in service and those interested in joining. OMEGA and HAMILTON WATCHES Set Our Stl«ctloft EDWARD OTT JEWELER Authorized Distributor Stratford Hot*! MCDONALD DANNENtmmK Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dannenbrink of 631 Trube St. are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, and Larry McDonald. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDonald, 1334 Monroe St. The couple will be married on Sept. 28 in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Miss Danneiibrink is a 1962 graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by Harms' A&W Root Beer Stand. Her fiance is a 1961 graduate of the same school, and is an employe of McDonnell Aircraft Corp. GRAEBM5R BAKER The engagement of Miss Marilyn Jean Baker and Bruce A. Graebner of Bloomington is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J, Baker, 613 Mildred Ave., Wood River. Mr. Graebner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Graebner of Walled Lake. Mich. Miss Baker is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School and Illinois State Normal University. She is employed by the Union Automobile Indemnity Association in Bloomington. Her fiance is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. He is an employe of the State of Illinois Child Welfare Service in the Bloomington office. The couple will be married Oct. 1.2 in the First Methodist Church in Wood River. AZ/ARELLO-MALONEY A July 13 wedding is being planned by Miss Sheila Maloney. foster daughter of Mrs. Nova Vieregge. 403 East Drive, East Alton, and Manny J. Azzarello, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Azzarello, 2510 Sanford Ave. Miss Maloney is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Maloney. Miss Maloney attended the East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Her fiance is an employe of McDonnell Aircraft Corp. WILDMAN-FRUIT Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fruit of 300 N. Kansas St.. Edwardsville. announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet Lee, to Sherman Carrol Wildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Rudolph Wildman of Moro. Miss Fruit is a graduate of the University of Missouri and a member of Delta Gamma social sorority. She is employed as assistant buyer by Boyd's in St. Louis. Mr. Wildman, a graduate of Northwestern University and member of Delta Upsilon fraternity, is employed by radio A Lovelier You MISS FRUIT station WTAX in Springfield. A fall wedding is planned. CZKHNV-HAGKX The engagement of Miss .Judith Ann Magen and David Lee Czerny is being announced today. The bride-elect, you n ge s t daughter of Mrs. Paul Hagen, 508 Cherry St., and the late Mr. Hagen, is a 1960 graduate of Alton High School, and will graduate in August from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. C/erny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Czerny of Mitchell, is also a I960 graduate of the high school. He attended West Virginia University, Morgantown. and is employed by ASARCO, Federated Metals Division, here. The couple plans a fall wedding. BALLAKD-CAKLTON Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Carlton, 133 Hawthorne St., Hartford, are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy, and Gary Keith Ballard, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Keith Ballard, 517 First St., Wood River. Miss Carlton is a 1961 grad- MISS BAKER MISS CAKI/TON uate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School and the Central Illinois Beauty College, and is employed at Bernice's Beauty Shop, Roxana. Mr. Ballard is a 1959 graduate of the same high school and a 1963 graduate of Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville campus, and will teach in Roxana school district this fall. Plans are being made for an Aug. 17 wedding. Take Action, Have a Swimsuit Fit By MARY SUE MILLER A lovely writes: The bathing suit that I once could slither into, I now have to wiggle into. It's the old hip problem. The five pounds I gained last winter all settled in my hips. Please, a quick reducer! The Answer: When you are only a bit ovenveight, the hips can be slimmed to normal within three weeks. The trick is turned by a combination of diet and exercise. You must take the double dose. For diet, alone, gives no guarantee as to where you lose weight. The direction losses take is controlled by spot-directed exercise. For resultful dieting, limit your intake to 1200 calories daily until you have lost the extra weight. This should require not much more than two weeks. During those weeks and one more thereafter, perform the following hip-reducing exercises—15 minutes, morning and night: 1. Back down on floor, clasp knees to chest with arms. Briskly rock from far side to far side on upper hip. 2. Sit erect, legs straight out and roll from side- hip to side-hip. If need be use hands for balance and push. Work for speed and smooth action. 3. Stand and alternately swing legs back and up, as high r l'LL NEVER\ ^•--fil&ET INTO \VI|THE DARN THIN&. NOW! LOCAL SERVICE ON TEMPO-TRONIC ELECTRONIC CUT STENCILS Foi A, B. Dick, GeUetnei, Roneo, Gena, Speed-o-frlnt, Machines. Perfect Stencils Made from any drawn or printed copy or puste-up. r? Kacb OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 99000 K. Broadway HO 2*8442 as possible; hold raised position and contract hip muscles for five slow counts. 4 Standing with back pressed to wall, tense and relax hip muscles. Hip Reducing Routines You can diet until you become feather-light and still be hip-heavy- Reduction in the hipline is assured only by exercise. For a set of quick and effective ones, send for my leaflet, "Hip Reducing Routines." Write Mary Sue Miller in care of Alton Telegraph, enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope and 5 cents in coin to cover handling. © 11)63, Field Enterprises, inc. Miss Sutton Is Wed to David Gaston Miss Mary Margaret Sutton, daughter of Mrs. Clarence Gales of Godfrey, was married Saturday to David Lee Guston, who is .stationed at the Niki Base, in the Grafton Methodist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Taylor officiated at the ceremony at 5 p.m. Attendants were the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gimlin. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Charles Campbell. 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