Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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ALTON fcVENlNG TELEGftAPH '.. '. 1 .'_ j'_ I . - :. . 1 . . . . ' . PAGE ELEVKN .in iii.iirifiiiftiiimn'--r j ' Me Easy-to-Make Jersey Tie Top tty PAtfttotA SOOtt (Recently 1 made a bare midriff fie top of arnel Jersey to wear around the house and it has turned oill to be the most comfortable one I own. It fits the conlotu-s of the body beautifully with6«t darts, buttons, hooks or snaps. Just a few seams and hems and you're finished. This pattern Is made for a fabric such as jersey that molds the bitotllno and allows a little extra stretch for various sizes. ITle^ "one shown here IR tot* small. For medium size, add Mi iljch to shoulder seams and side seams. For large, add one inch to each of these seams. 3. For back (figure A), draw a rectangle 13'%"*±l". Mark n point 2-'/4 inches down from top left hand, corner. Draw a line,8-% Inches long from this point .to the top of the rectangle for shoulder. Mark a point % inches down from top right hand corner. Draw a curved line from this point to shoulder for hack neck, The center back will be 1846 inches long. From edge of shoulder, measure 6- l & inches down and I-'/B inches in and mark. Draw a line from this point, to shoulder for armhole, At waistline, measure 8 inches in from cdhlcr. From here, draw a lino 5 inches long up toward the armhole edge. From the end of this line draw a curved line to Ihc armhole, as shown.' 2. For front "(figure B), draw n rectangle 22"xlO". From top right hand corner measure over 8- a ,lt Inches and murk for shoulder. Di'flw a linn down G-% inches long-with end of line % inch from side of rectangle. From bottom left hand corner, measure up 10-% inches. From this poinl draw a line to the bottom right hand corner, l<1-'/2 Inches long. For side seams, draw a line up toward armhole 5 inches long and then a curved line to the armhole. Trace this curve from your back pattern so both front and backk curves are the same, 3. Cut one back on the fold and two front pieces. Join fronts and back at shoulder and side seams, taking a % inch seam. Cut a bias strip the length of (he back neckline edge and stitch right sides together. Fold strip to inside; turn raw edge under !4 inch and top stitch to tie top. Make narrow herns along the long straight edges of ' the fronts turning them under '/« inch and then again M inch and top stitch. Finish hack waistline edge and two 14-Mt inch edges in the same way, stitching them in one continuous row of stitching. Turn armhole edges under Vii inch and then '/a inch and stitch. Now, just slip it on and tie in front. Wear it with shorts, pants, hip buggers if you're daring, and hostess skirts. Make il in solid or print, but make it in jersey, * * * * Miss Scott is always glad lo hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their questions in her column, but because of the great volume of mail re- Food Tips By ASSOOIAttCD PRfcSS Supcrtnarkets are cowing to the aid of housewives who wnnt t.o get cooking chores finished in A hurry I his holiday weekend. Easy-cook steaks, hamburger, frankfurters and fryer chickens are all being promoted at markets across the ttatkm. Canned tunn and peanut butter are also featured at many shops for simple, economical sandwiches or cold plates. Beef prices continue low with roasts the best bargains. Watermelon ana" peaches are the star 'fruit offerings for the weekend. Peaches are ill their seasonal glory. Vegetable features Include tomatoes, cabbage, carrots, green onions, local salad greens and radishes. Roadside marketing is going full swing In many areas. When'Vou are kneading yeast (lough, have just enough flour on the board during the process to keep (.he dough from sticking. ; ceivcd daily, she cannot answer individual letters. For your copy of Fifteen Gifts You Can Make, write to Patricia Scott in care of I his newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 20c in coin lo cover printing and handling costs. The subjects for this f.acinating booklet were selected from among Miss Scott's most popular columns. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate IDLING LrLTL KLING COLONIAL MAPLE tip. \! - -' r makes a dining room more inviting Rectangular Table (44 x 66" extends to 96", seats 10)... $179.50 Duxbury Armchair $ 39.50 Duxbury Chair $ 32.50 38" Server $128.50 54" Buffet $199.00 Glass Door China $134.50 As seen in House & Garden Decorating Guide ... a bedroom more restful Kling Colonial—so welcoming and gracious you'll want to use it all through your home. The solid maple it hand-rubbed to a lustrous finish that will show the exquisite detailing and your good taste to best advantage. Dining room and bedroom pieces were designed for maximum and varied storage, See all the ppen stock today . . . available in solid maple or cherry. You can't go wrong when you decorate with Kling! Its beauty is ageless! Stop in and see it today 60" Triple Piejser Framed Mirror Chest-on-Cheit Bed .\ight Table $209.00 $ 54.50 $154,50 $ 74,50 $ 34.50 Buy On Jacbby's Time Payment Plan Jacoby's $mc* 1883 M7|. IROADWAY FREE PARKINS AT REAR ENTRANCE ALTON FIREWORKS ON THE FOURTH Two aerial bursts are caught 01) OIID film above the Starlight Theater Thursday night, sbown here Bethalto To Lease Tent Space fcETHALTO -. The Bethalto Chamber of Commerce will lease spaces in a large tent to merchants for their displays at the annual homecoming Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 and 2. The association discussed plans at a noon meeting Wednesday at the Trio Cafe. The chamber of commerce will have an information booth in the tent, giving data on the village of Bethallo. its churches, etc. Merchants are expected to display products and merchandise they carry. The next meeting of the chamber of commerce is slated for Aug. 1. Belhullu Holariuns Hear KviJsizci* BETHALTO - Bethalto Rolur- ians. Wednesday night, were told about plans for the coming year by Jim ISvilsi/er. newly installed president. Kvllsi/cr stressed community service and membership growth without the color and noise associated tv&th the glor- j us hv( , mos , important fuiiclioi* ions Fourth. Black-and-white do not do the fireworks justice, and some people will be glad to do without the bangs. Paynic Heads Roxaiia Club 24 Vehicles Mishaps in June. Al East Alton ROXANA — George Paynic was installed as president of] EAST ALTON !of llir duh for the next 1L' months. 1 The new president told the itfroup ho will make announceniail of his appointments at HIP n--\\ ' meeting .July 10. Visiting Rotnrians uitiudcd: Harry Nevlin, Milton Cassella,' and Raymond Ready, all of. Al- : Ion; Carl Rogers. Warner Cof.1-• man and Quuntin Dickman. all of Wood River. A tola I of :M Roxana Rotary Club at I he induction of new officers Wednesday evening at Ladies Night at the Colonial Supper Club. Other officers are Cecil Zumwalt. vice president; Paul Westerhold, secretary; and Charles Price, treasurer. Fifteen members and their wives attended and Mrs. M. Culic of Yugoslovia was guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alsberg. Announce Birth ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bill Frey of Ontario, Calif., who formerly resided on Doerr Avenue, are announcing the birth oMheir second child and daughter on June 24 at 5:10 a.m. weighing five pounds and 15 ounces. The baby has been named Debra Jane. The other child is Julie, 16 months. Mrs. Frey is a former teacher at the Roxana High School. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Frey Sr. of Cass Lake, formerly of Roxana while he was assistant superintendent of schools here. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flory of Sixth Street. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. B.I L. Wolverlon of E. Third street had as their guests the past few days, their granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lar^y Miller of Villa Grove. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Dace of Tydeman Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kelly of W. Second street, members of the Church of the Nazarene, left Thursday auto accidents were reported here in June as contested with 34 for the same month; last year, Police Chief Harold Riggins said today. R oxanaDa( J 8 Plan Work Scssixwi SOUTH ROXANA -- Al the A breakdown of the type of ac-1 Dad's Club meeting Monday cidents for last month shows: 20levelling at the park, a work de- involving cars; one involving car and pedestrian; one car and fix- tail was called for 9 ajn. Saturday to prepare the park for ed object; one car and motorcycle | the homecoming. The netxt tnect- and one car and! bicycle. ling will be at 7 p.m. July 15. A total of eigjit arrests were I Return from California made as a resiifc of accidents. Missionary Society Meets at Roxana ROXANA — The Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene elected officers Wednesday evening and Mrs. Edgar Scammahorn was elected president. Other oficers are Mrs. Ellen Peck, vice pesident; Mrs. Glady Kelly, secretary; Miss Rutli D u r e 1 1, treasurer. Delegates were named to the j ; SOUTH ROXANA- Mrs. Mary | Grange has returned ft'om Cali- j fornia where she has been visit| ing since last December with i her daughters and their fam- tilies, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bean at Upland and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dean of Palos Verdes. Grange returned home with another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman McNabney and children of 105 Missouri Ave., who spent their vacation sightseeing in California. Guest Minister conference at Nazarene Acres andj The Rev. William F. Bonn, on are Mrs. Anna Campbell, Mrs. Lulu Wilson, Mrs. Clara Meiser, Mrs. Virginia Dace and alternates are Edgar Scammahorn, Mrs. Evelyn Shirley, Mrs. Gladys Kelly and Mrs. Clara Patterson. vacation from liis church in Benton, will be guest minister £or bis brother, the Rev. Ben Bonn, at the Main Street Baptist Church Sunday. The visitor will preach at the Bible Class Meets 110:40 a.m. service, and show ROXANA — The Women's Bi-1 slides of the American -Baptist ble Class of First Baptist Church met Tuesday evening at the church. Plans were made to have a potluck supper in September. Mrs. Ben Schwarm read the devotionals and refreshments were served by Mrs. Harry Gallatin. Nazarene Acres near Spring- to attend a spiritual retreat at field until Saturday. convention in Detroit at 7:30 p.m. Unwanted Hair Re. moved Forever By \ Electrolysis! 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