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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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Mis§ ;5 Wade Completes Plans Miss Mftfy W* Wfide has fcttftpleted plftfis for her ftiar- Hage Id James H. Hayes at 5 p-.m. July 2?lh the North Alton Baptist Church* The bride's bfother, the Rev* William Jt Wade and the Rev. J. E. Camp Will officiate. Hie bride's attendants will be Miss Jeanette Tan-ant and Miss Karen Pugh. The bridegroom will be attended by Ronny Wade and Gary Simpson. The couple will receive friends In Mineral Springs Hotel following the ceremony. Miss Wade was honored at a bridal shower Tuesday evening lil the Westerner Club. Hostesses were Miss Tarrant and Miss Pugh. Twenty-five guests Were present. Phi Gamma Sigma :Phi Gamma Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi announced appointive officers at its meeting Tuesday at Rivervlew Park. ;The officers are Miss Jan Godar, parliamentarian; Miss Jackie Richey, sergeant-at- arms; Miss Cathy Pellegrino, city council representative; Miss Janis Pinkerton, alternate city council representative. Chairmen appointed were Miss Joan Robinson, program; Miss Tina DeSherlia, social, Miss JoAnn Richey, publicity; Miss Penny Tosch, service; Miss Vicki Sheff, ways and means; and Miss Anna Ball, yearbook. The group will meet next on July 16. * Home Economists The Alton unit of Home Economics Extension Association will meet at 11 a.m. Monday in the home of Miss Joan Gabriel, Culp Lane. A potluck luncheon will be served, and members will bring their table service. The major lesson, "Good Care Means Longer Wear," will be given by Mrs. Walter Bahnen and Mrs. Anna Cochran. The Dorsey 4-H Girls will demonstrate their work. Dr. Tuemmler Dr. Frederick D. Tuemmler has returned to his home in Berkeley, Calif., following a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -F. C. Tuemmler, 722 Royal St. Dr. Tuemmler stopped here after attending a convention in Atlantic City, N. J; Moose Women Mrs. Charles McMillen of Alton Women of the Moose received a red tassel award Tuesday during a meeting of the women in the Moose lodge. Mrs. John J. McGee was enrolled in the auxiliary during the meeting. The recipient received the honor for 'completion of her first year in the College of Regents. Mrs. Max Downs, chairman of the College of Regents, presided over the ceremony, and Mrs. Ralph Wallace, ritual director, presented the tassel. Mrs. Max Downs spoke of her recent trip to Mooseheart where she received her cap and gown. The next meeting of the women will be held at 8 p.m. on July 16 in the lodge. Wins Contest Jo Lynne Portwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Portwood, 204 Hollywood Ave., Alton, won first place in the amateur talent contest at Troy, Mo., at the centennial celebration Thursday. Eleven years old, Jo Lynne did a tap dance. Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rich of 1119 Danforth St., have returned home from a vacation of one week at Wildwood Springs Resort, Steelville, Mo. A Lovelier You Good Manners Require Support of Good Manners Family Kellys Return From Overseas By MARY SUE MILLER How much happier life Would be were Freedom from Public Rudeness to become the Fifth Freedom. Unmannerly people, from those jostlers in busses to the horn honkers in cars, leave nothing but friction and annoyance in their wake. Really any kind of rudeness In public is the nadir of behavior, for it brings discomfort to strangers and they are without defense. Only think how disturbing it is when people at the next table in a restaurant wax argumentative. Spoils your pleasure, doesn't it? As good manners require the support of good manners, a lovely's own actions in public must be beyond reproach— a regular one woman campaign for courtesy. Thus her conduct always would belquiet and unobtrusive. She would never make a spectacle of herself by speaking or laughing in • raucous tones. She would be especially considerate of those who serve her—salespeople, waiters and tradesmen. Surely she would avoid giving directions, or even a reproof, in a harsh or haughty manner. She would refuse to join the ranks of the "litter bugs," who clutter our highways and public facilities. In fact, courtesy would rule her every encounter. And although she were to meet Bilbruck And Greaves Nuptials Robert Greaves and his bride, the former Miss Barbara Bilbruck, both of Carlinville, have returned from a honeymoon at Lake of the Ozarks, and are living in Carlinville. The couple was married at 8 p ; m. on June 8 in Charity Baptist Church, Carlinville, with the Rev. LeRoy Aldrich officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bilbruck. Mr .and Mrs. Russell Greaves are parents of the bridegroom. Both families live in GarlinviUe. Attendants for the. bride were Mrs. Phyllis Bevers and Paul Severs. Mrs. Mary Curry sang, and Mrs. Marcella Huson played piano selections. Mr. Greaves is employed by Carlinville Grain Co., and his bride is an employe of Curry Office Services. Lillmaee Council Lillmaee Council, Degree of Pocahontas, installed officers at their meeting Wednesday in the Faulstich Building. Mrs. Louis Hale was installed as Pocahontas. The next meeting will be July 17 at 8 p.m. in the Faulstich Building. Mr. Wiseman Jack Wiseman was appointed this week to the chairmanship of the Midwest advisory board of the B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States. The Foundation is a fundraising agency of B'nai B'rith that helps support the Jewish service organization's programs which include overseas aid, adult Jewish education, and counseling for Jewish college students and teen-agers. Date Book (Date Book Items must be submitted before Thursday noon.) SUNDAY, July 7 Greater Alton Organ Society, 3 p.m., Hammond Organ Studio, Slayton, Mo. MONDAY, July 8 Women's Volunteer League, 10:30 a.m., Mrs. C. E. Schellenberg, Oakbrook Lane. American Legion Auxiliary 126, 7:30 p.m., in Legion home; junior girls to be installed. Rainbow for Girls, Alton Assembly, Franklin Masonic Temple. Phi Tau Omega, Miss Sally Nottoll, 37 E. Delmar Ave. TUESDAY, July 9 League of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m., all-day planning session for all board members. Sweet Adelines, 7:30 p.m., Eagles' Hall. WEDNESDAY, July 10 Ho Meetings Scheduled. THURSDAY, July 11 Boroptimlst Club, noon luncheon, Mineral Springs Hotel, Tbeta Who EpslUw, 7:30;p,rn., Miss Mary Cousley, 608 E, J.6|h St. VftJty Study Ola**! 7:30 p.m., Mineral Springs Hotel FRIDAY, July 12 No Meetings Scheduled. SATURDAY, July 13 1668 HarflUette Class JleiUilon, 6 p.m. dinner-dance, KnJ|htc of Columbus Hall. with rudeness, she would feel obligated to respond with courtesy. Nor would she be the loser. For their practioners, good manners are a passport to a smoother and happier passage. through life. Winning Manners 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 Tele. graph, enclosing 25 cents in coin, and a long, self addressed stamped envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Miss Spann Wed to C. McGaughey Miss Sharon Kay Spann of Wood River was married at 6 p.m. Saturday to David T. McGaughey of Bethalto in Sanford Avenue Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. June Elizabeth Spann of 303 N. First St., Wood River, and Harry W. Spann of Waco, Tex. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford B. McGaughey of 212 Bethalto Blvd. The Rev. John Lineberry officiated at the wedding ceremony. The newlywed couple received friends in Onized Club. Attendants for the bride were her sisters, the Misses Dotti, Gayle and .Joy Spann. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Donald E. McGaughey; Miles L. Sawyer and Carl C. McGaughey of Dorsey. Lenny Schildrof, the vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Edwin Whitten, organist. Mr. McGaughey attends the University of Illinois, Champaign. His bride, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, was employed until recently by Sinclair Refining Co., Hartford. OES, Alton Chapter ..Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Illinois will visit Alton chapter, Order Eastern Star, during its meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. at Piasa Masonic Temple, it was announced at the chapter's meeting Wednesday of this week. Reservations for the dinner at 6 p.m. preceding the visit are being made with Mrs. Everett J. Watson, 3313 Leo St. Mr. and Mrs. Colburn will be guest worthy patron and worthy matron at friends night at Brighton, July 16. At 6 p.m. July 17, members and their families will have a picnic and fish fry at the Westerner Club. Mrs. Perry Shelton and Kenneth Johnson are cochairmen. The next meeting of the Alton chapter will be Aug. 17, at 7:45 p.m. in Piasa Masonic Temple. New members will be initiated. Godfrey Homemakers The major lesson will be "Good Care Means Longer Wear," at the meeting of the Godfrey Homemakers Extension Unit Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Town Hall.. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Arnold Gerdt and Mrs. Warren Cory. The selected subjects will be presented by the Godfrey 1 4-H girls. Zonta Board Alton-Wood River Zonta Club board will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Irby Vandiver, 801 Amherst Drive, East Alton. figure flattering UNIFORMS PAVIENE'S Montlcello Plaza Shpppliitf Center Phone 466-8821 Engagements Announced Hopper*Warren Announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Kay Louise, and Spec. 5 Lyndel L. Hopper, is being made by Alderman and Mrs. William H. Warren of 900 McKinley Blvd. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Hopper of 605 E. Prairie St., Jerseyville. Miss Warren is a 1960 graduate of Marquette High School, and will be graduated from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing in August. Her fiance is a 1960 graduate of Jersey Community High School, and is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Ann Landers BAGGETT-WALTRtP Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Wai- trip of 119 E. Fifth St., Roxana, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Edith Marie, and Ronald Eugene Baggett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Baggett of 213 School St., Caseyville, 111. Miss Waltrip is a 1961 graduate of Roxana Community High School and is a second year student of Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis. Mr. Baggett is a 1961 graduate of Belleville Township High School and has attended South- em Illinois University at Carbondale. He is presently employed at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation in St. Louis. The wedding will take place in the First Baptist Church of Roxana on July 20 at 8 p.m. , MISS WARREN She's Outskirted by Her Husband DEAR ANN: You hear a great deal these days about women who wear the pants in the family. Much of the criticism is valid. All around us [we see evidence 'that women are Staking over the :male role — and 'making hash out ;of their hus: bands. But what about the men .who want to ; wear the skirts _______„ in the family? I Ann Landers, happen to be married to one and it's murder. My husband is a kettle-lid lifter, a taster, and a salt-adder. It doesn't matter what is cooking, he can always do something to improve the flavor. He also tells me how to hang pictures (he's an anti-symmetry man), how to arrange flowers, where to put the furniture and how to sew on buttons. Am I wrong to be insulted? He makes me feel like an idiot. Please tell me what can be done about this kind of man? —OUT-SKIRTED DEAR OUT: Nothing. So don't try. It's a personality quirk and has nothing whatever to do with your competence. Some people (both men and women) aren't happy unless they have the last word. It makes them feel important. So don't fight it—understand it. * * * * DEAR ANN: Something happened yesterday that made me realize how out of date we old fogies in our 40's are! Please print this letter. I believe there is a moral here. My daughter Hilda, age 20, has been asked to be a bridesmaid for an August wedding. We went together to select a gift for the bride. I suggested a silver bread tray with the bride's initials. Hilda exclaimed, "Why mother, girls don't want their silver engraved anymore!. If the marriage doesn't work out she can't use the stuff unless her second husband's name happens to start with the same letter!" I sheepishly withdrew my suggestion and confessed I had just not "kept up with the times." Where are we heading, Ann Landers, when young people think so lightly of marriage that they can toss it aside like a sour plum after one bite? Please comment. —MUSEUM PIECE AT 42 DEAR MUSEUM PIECE: Where are we heading? Toward an increased divorce rate, which is now at an all-time high. Toward an increased number of half-orphaned children, Toward more delinquency. Toward an increasingly sick society. Our children need models, not critics, Too many young people have no example to follow because their own parents are either at war—or divorced. * * * * DEAR ANN: A further postscript on tea bags, if you please: Canadians treat American tea bags with the same suspicion that Yankees reserve for South American drinking water. Please, Ann, if you would help civilize America, let it be known that tea Is never made WIUHIRS CARD & 5IFT SHOP WllsWre Village Shopping Center in a cup. It must be brewed in a pot. We Canadians believe in aiding our underdeveloped allies, so pass the word. And, Ann, when you have advanced to this point, you may then consider the next step: The best tea is never found in a tea bag; it can be purchased only in bulk. Furthermore, you must use a sterling silver strainer, the tea must be served in Royal Crown Derby china and naturally you must wear a hat and kid gloves. Keep up the fight. You have nothing to fear but tea that is served in American restaurants. -BIADK K DEAR BLAIK: Since you have accepted our warheads I will accept your advice. Thank you for writing. * * * * DEAR ANN: I hope you will answer this in your usual breezy, up-to-the-minute style. Please don't turn narrow-minded on me or I'll just die. I am taking a summer course at U.C.L.A. I have rented a comfortable room near campus with a nice family. I can have my meals with the family but it would cost $20 a month extra. I'm trying to get by on as little as possible and this is why I am writing. A very nice fellow who is in my sociology class has a nice apartment with a cute kitchenette. This boy'has offered to buy the groceries and I can have all my meals with him if I will do the cooking. I am a good cook and would like to take him up on, his offer if you say it is O.K. Also it would give me a chance to experiment with some new recipes. What do you say? —SUNNY DEAR SUNNY: Have your meals with the family, Toots. And if you are so eager to experiment with new recipes ask the woman if you can prepare some of the meals in her kitchen. She'll probably be delighted. You are putting a pretty low price on your services if you are willing ,to hire yourself out as a cook and bottle-washer lor 55 a week. (P.S. I apologize if this advice isn't in keeping with my usual breezy, up- to-the-minute style.) * # * * DEAR ANN: I have a problem which may not seem important to others but it has caused me no end of unhappiness. My husband is a garage mechanic. He is one of the finest men who ever walked in shoe leather. I wouldn't trade him for Richard Burton, But his hands and nails never look- clean. There is always a trace of grease around his knuckles and under his fingernails. Whenever we are with friends or relatives I have the uncomfortable feeling that they are noticing this, No one has ever said anything but it bothers me. I told him about my feelings a few months ago. It was the first and only time I ever brought it up in the 10 years we've been married. He says there is nothing wrong with honest labor and he doesn't care if his hands label him as a working man because that's what he is. If I am foolish please tell me.—NOT COMFORTABLE DEAR NOT COMFORTABLE: Honest labor is nothing to be ashamed of, but a man's hands need not label him. Excellent soaps which will remove every bit of grease and grime are available. A man who will not take the time to use these special soaps must accept the label of "careless" because that's what he is. # * #' # Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen-age Smoking,' 'enclosing with your request 10 cents ;in coin and a long, self addressed, stamped envelope. 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. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate WORD-A-DAY By BACH CONCERNING THE FUTURE/ oracular x'a. w /a. V_o-rak u-I UNFAILING IN WISDOM: HAVING- POWERt? UTTER WISE-SAYINGS ,OR PROPHECIES; / --"""* Thailand was the most beautiful country ttn theit rotiftd-the- world trip, according t6 t»f. and Mrs. Thomas 3. Kelly of 81? Wood Rive? Aye., Wood Rivef, who returned this week. Dr. Kelly described fhailand as the "garden spot" of theft trip, they left June 6 on the airplane touf and Visited England, Egypt, India, fnailand, Singapore, China (Hoftg Kong), Okinawa, Japan, and Hawaii. The travelers found Tokyo being torn up for subway construction and other building, and dust seemed to cover everything. Poverty In India Is "great", t)r. Kelly said, but he believes that when a dam near the West Pakistan border is finished, Irrigation will Improve and Increase crop production. Water Is so scarce in Hong Kong, Dr. Kelly said, that hotel guests were allowed a quart a day for drinking purposes, and the mains are open a half-hour in the morning and evening for guests to wash themselves. Once, Dr. Kelly added ,he was In the shower "all lathered up" when the water shut off. The traveling couple had some plane difficulties. On the entire trip they were delayed a total of 48 hours by late airplanes and mechanical trouble. VFW 1308 Women Appointed College Notes John W. Simmons, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Simmons, Jr., of Belleville, has been accepted for admission to David Lipscomb College this fall. .Miss Elizabeth Me Pike, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John^ H. McPlke, 438 Bluff St., has* been accepted for admission to Monmouth College, Monmouth, She will be a freshman student in the fall. Chairmen for the coming year were appointed Wednesday evening during a meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 1308 in Veterans' Memorial Center. Mrs. Joseph Schaller, president announced the appointments. •• Chairmen are: membership, Mrs. Glen Valin; national home, Mrs. Curtis Fields; hospital, Mrs. Ray Dannenbrink; rehabilitation and sunshine, Mrs. Charles F. Cox; legislative, Mrs. Andrew Venhaus; Americanism, Mrs. William Petersen; youth activities and essay, Mrs. Earl E. Hamilton, Jr.; child welfare, Mrs. Miles . Haynes; cancer, Mrs. Edna Trump; press and radio, Mrs. Clarence Cousins; civil defense, Mrs. Charles Hacke; grave registration, Mrs. Ray Dannenbrink, Jr. Blood donor, Mrs. Laverne Russell, Sr.; Citizens, Mrs. Cecil Hargiss; community service, Mrs. Joseph Borders. Mrs. Schaller also appointed Mrs. Hargiss and Mrs. Cox to take charge of the food and fancy work booth to be at the V.F.W. picnic on August 3. Mrs. Clarence Cousins appointed Mrs. Joseph Borders and Mrs. Laverne Russell as cochairmen on the card parties to be held. Appointed on the investigating committee for new members are, Mrs. Charles F. Cox, Mrs. Earl E. Hamilton, Jr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. It was reported that Mrs. Valin was appointed as co-chairman of Alton State Hospital for the auxiliaries of Illinois. It was 1 announced that the district meeting would be held Saturday and Sunday at Mt. Olive, Illinois. The auxiliaries of Madison County Council will meet at Granite City on July 18th. Next meeting will be held on August 7th. Alton D of I Daughters of Isabella, Alton Circle, will have their monthly meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.' in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Junior Betas Beta Gamma Upsilon junior chapter will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Miss Ann Childers, 1217 Fairway Drive. Any mint flavoring in the house? 'Flavor chocolate milk' with it, add scoops of chocolate •ice cream and you'll have a dream offering for teen-agers or oldsters. Small fry will probably prefer this refreshing beverage without the mint flavoring, and may prefer to have vanilla rather than chocolate ice cream in the chocolate-flavored milk. Small lettuce cups (inner leaves) holding tartar sauce make a pleasant and delicious garnish for fried or broiled fish. Church Notes Nazarenes Plan District Assembly for July 24-25 The pastbr and members of the church of the Nazawme 1ft this area will take part In the annual Illinois district assembly to be held at the Nazarene center, Mechanlcsburg, til., on Wednesday and Thursday, July 24-25. District officers will be elected. Annual reports will be made by pastors of the 177 churches on the district. These churches have a total of 7,000 members and a Sunday school enrollment total of 16,400. The Rev. Harold Daniels, Springfield, will give his annual message as district superintendent and will outline plans for the 1963-64 year. The district also will elect delegates to the 16th General Assembly of the denomination to be held at Portland, Ore., in June, 1964. The presiding general superintendent will be Dr. Samuel Young, of Kansas City, Mo., who has served continuously since 1948 in the highest elective office of the denomination. The denomination maintains six liberal arts colleges and a seminary. World offices and a publishing house are in Kansas City, Mo. Methodist Vacation Bible school will open Monday in First Methodist Church, and extend through July 19. "Widening Relationships" will be the theme for the school, which will have daily sessions from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Teachers for the nursery department are Mrs. Chester Ryan, superintendent, assisted by Mrs. Quentin Moses and Mrs. Dale Ballew. Superintendent of the kindergarten department will be Mrs. C. A. Schoene, assisted by Mrs. James Cope and Miss Nancy Mason. Mrs. Keith Short will be superintendent of the primary department, and will be assisted by Mrs. Gerald Stewart. The Junior department superintendent will be Mrs. Jack Jungers with Mrs. John Phillips, Mrs. James Godwin and Miss Frances Short assisting. Arts and crafts will be headed by Mrs. George Butler, Mrs. Charles Newbegin and Mrs. Omer DeJarnett. Mrs. Harold Clark is in charge of refreshments. . , ' .' .;, The Jennie Benecke Circle of the Main Street Methodist Church will have a picnic dinner and meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Harry Ramey, 3600 Horn St. Those attending are requested to bring their own meat, table service and a covered dish. Oliver Bristow Oliver M. Bristow, 1610'Liber- ty St., has returned from Lake Forest where he attended 'the 50th reunion of the 1913 class of Lake Forest College. He was awarded a Golden Alumni Citation from the college. Bom to: Mr. and Mm, John W. Pllger, 1117 E. Fifth St., a daughter, ? pounds and 4 ounces, 111 25 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Weber, Rte. 2, Edwardsvllle, a son, 8 pounds, 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Patrick, 5, Catherine, 4, Jan Marie, 3, and Paul, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Talley, Rte. 1, Fleldon, a son, Charles Eric, 7 pounds and 14 ounces, 5:20 p.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert WInte, Rte. 5, Edwardsville, a daughter, Tracy Lynn, 5 pounds and 12 ounces, 5:20 p.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Scott Alan, 7, and Carol Lynn, 2%. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bricker, Rte. 1, Brighton, a son, 8 pounds 'and 11 ounces, 4:21 a.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Meyers, 534 Hamilton St., Wood River, a son, 6 pounds and 10 ounces, 8:45 p.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Shehog, 1038 Tremont St., a son, 7 pounds and 1 ounce, 6:31 p.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ilar- low, 2123 Holland Ave., a son, Richard Martin, 6 pounds and 4 ounces, 5:58 p.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, William Thomas II, and Cynthia' Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Romo, 3450 Fullerton Ave., a son, 10 pounds, 9:25 a.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Barbara Ann, 7, and Susan Lynn, 5. Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Franklin, 812 Henry St., a son, 5 pounds and 6 ounces, 8:55 a.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James R. lUggs, 410 Bethalto Drive, Bethalto, a daughter, . 3 , pounds and 9 ounces, 12:49 p.m. Wednesday, Wood River Township Hospital. The baby has been taken to the premature baby center in East St. Louis % . *Mr. and; Mrs. David O. Lawrence, Rte! 1, Alton, a daughter, 8 pounds ! and ; .ll ounces, 3:20 a.m. Thursday, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder child, Annetta Mae',;.7.' Mr. and Mrs'. Charles Glen Clonliiger, 110, Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, a daughter, Lisa Gail, 8 pounds ^and 2 ounces, 5:51 p.m. Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Michael, 11, Sherlyn, 7, and Karen, 5. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edward Osborne, 705 Fairview Ave., a son, Benjamin Ewing, 8 pounds and 5 ounces, 7:14 p.m. Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Mark, 2. Lodges Alton Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. tonight in Western Star Odd Fellows Hall, ! Introducing... ' LANA (Evertsen) DDERR Stylist at Beauty 40? State Street Phone H05.fe93l double knits by Ddlton ... of course! Eustgate Plaza - Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. WE HAVE ANYTHING YOU NEED IN v V AUTO FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS OF CARS We Use Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. Duribbon Sealer On All Sent Glass Installations * PANORAMIC WINDSHIELDS * VENTILATORS * BACK LIGHTS * DOOR GUIS * QUICK SERVICE $11 YOUR INSURANCE AGENT, THEN $N GLASS CO. 2400 Belle St OUR TMft T *«*•-

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