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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Social Bfieh Ill Marriage Plans, Meetings Miss Wyman Installed Plans have been completed tot the marriage of Miss Janet Elaine Wright, daughter of Mr. atid Mrs. Clyde f. Wright, 1101 Logan St.j and Edward Stephen JettklliS, son of Mr. and Mrs. doy A. Jenkins, 619 Elfgen St. The couple will be married Aug. 3 at 11 a.m. in SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church. They will receive friends from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Godfrey Civic Center. No invitations are being mailed. Honored at Bridal Shower Miss Ruth Ann Groppel, fiancee of Harold Kincaid of Newman, 111., was honored Sunday afternoon at a bridal shower given in the home of Mrs. William Gill, 3612 Wfck- enhauser Ave. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Gill were Mrs. Barney Lewis, Miss Mary Lou Roberts and Miss Charlene Haynes. Among the 25 guests were Mrs. Delbert Strickland of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Leland Kincaid and Mrs. Larry Fogerson, both of Newman. The wedding of Miss Groppel and Mr. Kincaid will take place on Aug. 11. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groppel of 1520 Worden Ave. Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kincaid of Newman. Moores Observe Anniversary Col. and Mrs. Charles H. Moore of Western Military Academy celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a cocktail party Saturday afternoon in the University Club, St. Louis. The party was attended by about 200 friends of Col. anad Mrs. Moore, from Alton and St. Louis. Also attending were Mrs. Moore's two brothers, Maurice Burns of Jerseyville, and Leo Burns of Hollywood, Calif. Volunteer League Plans were discussed for the annual flea market and book sale in September by the Women's Volunteer League at their meeting Friday in the home of Mrs. C. E. Schellenberg, Oakbrook Lane. Collections are now being made for the sale. Co-chairmen for the event are Mrs. Schellenberg and Mrs. Thomas Mulqueeny, Godfrey. The next meeting of the league .will be on Aug. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Schellenberg. Greater Alton Organ Society Junior Legion President MISS WVMAN Miss Pat Wyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wyman, 1109 Wilkinson St., was installed as president of the Junior Girls of the American Legion Auxiliary at the auxiliary meeting Monday in the American Legion Home. Miss Budde Engaged to D. P. Ullrich Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Budde of 3635 Aberdeen Ave., announce the engagement of their only daughter, Dolores Marie, and Donald P. Ullrich of 700 Washington Ave. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Y. Ullrich of Winamac, Ind. The wedding will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 17 in St. Matthew's Catholic Church. Miss Budde is a 1953 graduate of Alton High School and earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in music education from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. She has been a teacher for the past five years in Illinois and Florida. Mr. Ullrich is a graduate of George . Rogers Clark High School in Hammond, Irid., and attended SIU here. He is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. in St. Louis, as an electronics technician. Miss Hale Engaged In Clayton James Powell of St. Louis, a member of the Brentwood Organ Society, was guest performer at the meeting of Greater Alton Organ Society Sunday in the Hammond Organ Studio, Clayton, Mo. The society will have a dinner meeting Aug. 4, at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Marjorie Dintelman of Old Jerseyville Road. Rainbow Plans August 24 was selected as the date for their fall style show by members of Alton Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls at their meeting Monday night in Franklin Masonic Temple. Further plans were discussed for the annual Summer Festival July 19, and a bake sale to be held July 27. The next meeting will be initiation of new members at 7 p.m., July 22 in Franklin Masonic Temple, MISS HALE Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hale, 210 Kingshighway, East Alton, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, and Richard Lee Panyik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Panyik, 275 Westwood Place, East Alton, Miss Hale is a 1963 graduate of the East Alton-Wood River Community High School and is employed in the office of Alton Laundry Co. Mr, Panyik is a 1961 graduate of the same school and is a student at Fort Hays State College in Hays, Kan. County Beverly Savage Beauty Queen Observe Anniversary -Mv, and Mrs. G. G. Morganroth, 1515 Jersey St., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at the home of their son and daugh- • ' 'aw, Mr. and Mrs, David P, Morganrpth of y, Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The couple was r to Alton July 12,1913. They have three •- - Godfrey? Dan & of Toledo, Ohio; .Of " ]' Other officers installed were Brenda Stolze, vice-president; Hope LeClaire, secretary; Patty Davis, treasurer; Cathy Horn, historian; Judy Bramhall, chaplain; and Diana Dehner, ser< geant-at-arms. Mrs. Orville Kibikas of Edwardsville was installing officer, Mrs. Ralph Jackson, installing chaplain, and Mrs. Russell Gibson, installing sergeant- at-arms. Mrs. Ralph Drury, president- elect of the Madison-Bond County Council will be installed at the August meeting of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Drury and Miss Fannie Ullrich, district historian, attended the Fifth Division Auxiliary meeting in Du Quoin Sunday. The Pan American program of the Alton Unit was recognized as the best in the district. Mrs. Charles Horn is chairman of this program. Installation of unit officers will be conducted on Aug. 10 at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Home. The business meeting will be Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the home. W. R. Women Announce Chairmen Chairmen have been announced for the coming season by Wood River Women's Club. Meetings will be resumed on Sept. 11 in the public library. Mrs. Edward Hartwig has been named chairman of the American Home Department and has announced programs will be devoted to the fine arts, interior decorating and furnishings, etc. Selected as chairmen of the departments of the club are: Mrs. Alfred Gallay, American citizenship; Mrs. James Nunn, art; Mrs. Benjamen Hill, Boys Town of Illinois; Mrs. Donald Cummings, civil defense; Mrs. Carlton Laird, safety; Mrs. William Holder, education and youth; Miss Grace Darling, conservation; Mrs. James Delaney, garden; Mrs. Arthur Meiners, Indian affairs; Mrs. Roger Holcomb, international relations; Mrs. Kenneth Hull, legislation; Mrs. Gilbert Helmkamp, literature; Mrs. Arthur Houser and Mrs. Paul Page, mental health and veterans service; Mrs. Robert Howe, motion pictures, radio and television; Mrs. Harry Leamy, music; Miss Bertha Darling, Park Ridge School for Girls; and Mrs. John Braden, public health and welfare. Mrs. J. F. Traband, 83, eldest member of the Wood River Woman's Club, has volunteered to assist with table arrangements for the various meetings and activities of the club during the coming year. Appointed chairmen of standing committees are: Mrs. Emmet Howard, auditing; Mrs. Kenneth Stoecklin, budget; Mrs. A. F. Rice, cards; Mrs. Lynn Husted, Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Karl Fulp, civic and custodian of club records; Mrs. Tom Korbet, club magazine; Mrs. William Cox Jr., properties and hostess; Mrs. Robert Jones, finance; Mrs. Houser, Girl Scouts; Mrs. Edgar Kelly, historian; Mrs. Roy Adams and Miss Diana Arnold, hospitality; Mrs. G. O. DeAtley, junior contact chairman; Mrs. L. L. Baker, parliamentary adviser; Mrs. Lowell Poston, membership; Mrs. John Harmon, program co-ordinator; Mrs. Milo Gulp and Mrs. Nunn, press book. Mrs. James Holcomb, publicity; Mrs. John Hubbard, Red Cross; Mrs. E. J. Gerner, schol-, arships and year books; Mrs. Louis Camp, Social Planning Council and community im- .provement; Mrs. Charles Armstrong and Mrs. Sidney Biggerstaff and Mrs. Harold Hadfield, Christmas party. Gueldener- Schreiber Plans Plans are being completed for the marriage of Miss Karen Schreiber and Art Gueldener July 20 at 7 p.m. in the United Church of Christ of Midway. Miss Schreiber was guest of honor recently at two surprise bridal showers. The groom's sisters and sisters-in-law were hostesses June 21 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gueldener of Midway. Seventy guests were present. On June 30, the bride-elect was feted at the home of her parents. Forty friends and relatives attended the event given by her aunts, Mrs. Roy Seeger and Mrs. Harry Seeger of Edwardsville. Lumkins Here Mr. and Mrs, Lee Lumkin and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Lumkin of Houston, Tex., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Unthank, 3312 Fernwood Ave., today. WRwww^ffiSSw*'****" •— The Family Ann Landers He's Self-Appointed Keeper Of Family Ice Cube Trays Favorite Recipes DEAR ANNs It happened again last evening. 1 swore the next time it happened 1 would write to you and try to -I find out what is }the matter with this woman. > My wife is a [! college graduate id the mother *5of three healthy, ps^normal children. |< She holds a high " office in one of £> the women's Ann Landers, clubs and is considered bright by our friends. Yet, whenever I go to the refrigerator to get ice cubes I find empty trays. Why in heaven's name would anybody want to return a tray without water to the freezing compartment? And after all, Ann, how long does it take to run water in an ice tray? If you can explain this to me I will be immensely grateful. TOTALLY MYSTIFIED DEAK MYSTIFIED: Why do some people leave lights burning—or throw a coat on a chair when it would take only seconds to flip a light switch or to hang the coat up? Because it's easier—and some people always take the easy way out. If this bugs you, appoint yourself keeper of The Ice Cube Trays and check them every evening. It's better than apoplexy. * » * * DEAR ANN: Our mother drinks. .1 don't mean just a cocktail at parties, I mean all by herself—during the afternoon. Sometimes the woman next door comes in and they get crocked together. When my sisters and I come home from school mom is usually in terrible shape. Most days she doesn't make the beds or clean the house. We have to do the housework or it djoesn't get done. Then I go to the market and beg for credit so I can have dinner on the table when dad comes home. The weird part of the story is that mom will not admit she drinks. She says she has a headache or gall bladder trouble or dizzy spells from high blood pressure. We notice in your column that you sometimes suggest Alcoholics Anonymous for problem drinkers. How can we get then to send a member over to talk to mom? Please help us.—DESPERATE KIDS DEAR KIDS: Alcoholics Anonymous will send a member to talk to an alcoholic only if the person who needs help will admit he is an alcoholic and asks for the intervention of AA. Your mother, unfortunately, does not qualify. * * * * DEAR ANN: Our 15-year-old daughter, Darlene, is at the stage where she thinks her parents are the most stupid, narrow-minded, old-fashioned and ignorant people in all the world. You have expressed many views in your column which we have voiced first, but coming from us these judgments meant nothing. After Darlene read the very same advice in your column she conceded there was something to be gained from doing as you suggested. Will you please say a few words about girls who telephone boys "just to talk." Our daughter is on the phone at least an hour and a half every evening. She calls up one boy after another—as many as four or five. She insists the boys like it. How about this?—DINOSAUR SET DEAR DINOSAUR SET: Girls who telephone boys "just to talk" are considered aggressive. The boys who "like it" may be flattered to be chased by a girl but it doesn't do much for the girl's stock. Tell Darlene the telephone works both way. If she's smart she'll stay off the horn so a boy can call her once in a while. * » * * Confidential to WONDERING: You can stop wondering about this situation. The true measure of a man is how he treats people who can't possibly do him any good. * * * * lope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you witn your problems. Send them to her in care of Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Miss Dorothy Maxfield has sent us a recipe for Walnut Sour Cream Cake. She recommends it for easy entertaining, since there is no icing to make, and due to its richness only a beverage need be served with it. Miss Maxfield is head of the home economics department at Alton High School, and lives at 1113 Washington Ave. WALNUT SOUR CREAM CAKE 1 cup butter or margarine 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon soda % teaspoon salt 1 cup sour cream Filling and Topping % cup brown sugar % cup white sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla. Beat. Add sifted dry ingredients and sour cream in thirds, alternately, beating until smooth after each addition. Spread half of batter in a greased and floured 9 by 12 by 2 pan. For filling and topping: Mix sugar, cinnamon and nuts. Sprinkle half over batter. Spread remaining batter on top gently. Sprinkle with remaining sugar and nut mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Beverly Savage, 15, White Hall High School junior, was named Miss Greene County Fair Monday night at Greene County Fairgrounds near Carrollton. She succeeds Sherryl Trusty of Eldred, 1962 Miss Greene County Fair. The new Miss Greene County Fair is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William May of White 'Hall. She Is 5 feet and 9 Inches tall, weighs 130 pounds, has dark brown eyes and brown hair. She is a cheerleader at White Hall High, swims and Is an expert ice skater. First runner-up was Marsha Journey, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Journey of Carrollton. Second runner-up was Karen King, 18, daughter of Mr. aand Mrs. Keith King of White Hall. Suzanne Powell, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powell of Greenfield, Was third runner- up and fourth runner-up was Beverly Ivers, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kllby Ivers of Hlllvlew. Immediately prior to the annual beauty pageant at the fairgrounds the 17 contestants were guests of the fair association at a dinner at Day's Colonial Room in Carrollton. The three out-of-town judges began preliminary judging at the dinner. Judges were Mrs. William Flippo of Alton, a professional model; Elmer Broz, city editor of the Alton Evening Telegraph; and Mrs. Stephen Meszaros, assistant society editor of the .Alton Evening Telegraph. Narrators for the pageant were Everett Mehl of Carrollton, and Mrs. Clyde Cole of the Greenfield Argus. Stuart Fitzsimmons of Rockbridge was general arrangements chairman. Married MISS MAXFEELD A Lovelier You Tepid Bath Is Cooler During Hottest Days By MARY SUE MttLER When you feel that nothing would cool you off but a plunge, in a tubful of ice cubes—take a warm bath. Take it on arising, before dinner, or at bedtime. You will feel frosty for hours thereafter. A warm bath really is the acme of personal air-condition- • ers. And there is scientific evidence to prove it. Medical experts explain that warm water causes blood vessels to dilate. As a result, internal heat reaches the skin and leaves the body. To reap the full benefit, the bath water must be tepid—just slightly warm. So don't get into it until you have tested the temperature. To test simply touch your elbow to the water. Once submerged, soak as long as time permits. Then lather up in slow motion and rinse at a lazy pace. Lest you undo much of this bath's good, take the next steps at a snail's pace. Don't hop out of the tub, just sort of float out. Don't furiously rub dry, gently pat yourself dry. Or better still, let the air dry your body. Your skin, as well as your temperature, improves with airing. Actually many two-in-one treatments are possible with a cool-off bath. The addition of bath oil would 'help to control dry skin. While you soak, weary eyes would respond to witch hazel-moistened pads and a drawn face to a mask. Thus you come to feel cool and look lovely. 0 Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Rev. Tonn to Speak At Assembly of God The Rev. Dave Tonn, Canadian evangelist, will be featured speaker and soloist at the midweek service in Edwards Street Assembly of God Church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The evangelist is a recording artist and youth speaker. He will direct his message to the young people, and will sing selections. The service is open to the public. The Rev, Lloyd Shoemaker is pastor of the church. BAPTIST The Woman's Missionary Society of Upper Alton Baptist Church will meet at 10 a.m., Wednesday in Peck Hall. Mrs, William Ruyle and Mrs. Jennie Howard will bring reports from the Jacksonville women's conference. Mrs. Aubrey Burriss will lead a Bible study. METHODIST The midweek prayer service of Main Street Methodist Church will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, led by the pastor, the Rev. Friday in Carrollton Police Magistrate J. F. Hubbard officiated at the wedding Friday of Miss Frances Baumgartner of Carrollton, and Denny Price of Eldred. The wedding took place at 7 p.m. in Carrollton City Hall, and following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Price left for their home in Alton. Mrs. Price is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Baumgartner of Carrollton, and her parents were present at the wedding. She attended Carrollton Community Unit High School. ....'. Mr. Price, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Price of Eldred, is a graduate of Carrollton Community Unit High School and is employed by Laclede Steel Co, Patients To Tour LaVista About 50 Alton State Hospital patients will tour Alton's LaVista Gardens Wednesday under arrangements made by the Daughters of Isabella of Alton. They will leave the recreation hall at.l p.m. in cars furnished by the sponsoring organization and Knights of Columbus. The gardens are part of the Oblate Fathers Novitiate, located on Rte, 100 in North Alton, overlooking the Mississippi River. In addition to viewing the gardens, patients will see residential buildings, school facilities, the swimming pool and other sections of the Catholic retreat. Refreshments will be served afterwards. Hatcher Reunion The Hatcher family reunited at Oak Lane Resort, July 4. Fifty members were present. The oldest was Bert Williams, 82. Lisa Ann Hatcher, 8 months, was the youngest member. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hatcher. DAVE TONN John Henderson. At 8 p.m., the commission on missions will meet. Yeast bread should be cooled on a wire rack, just as cake and cookies are cooled. Announcing the opening of BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON 3018 Godfrey Uoad Angle, Proprietor 4664801 SUMMER MAGIC from ion m $. teMAmy**>mton Cold Waves $495 V up Princess H E. Ferguson, Wood River 116 E. Main, East Alton 1106 Milton Road, Alton NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED I OMEGA and HAMILTON WATCHES Set Our Soloctlon EDWARD OTT JEWELER Authorized Dlttributor Stratford Hotel Beverly Savage, White Hall, chosen Miss 'Greene County Fair at the opening night of. the Greene County exposition Monday. When you are adding grated semi-sweet chocolate to a cake batter or cookie dough, grate it coarsely so it will stay in tiny flecks. The Women's Relief Corps will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in Greenwood Odd Fellows Hall, ROSE MARIE REID juniors Set your fashion sights on "Sail Away"-a two-piece maillot that brings the sailors out to see! Its scooped neckline leaves more of you for tan. Self-belt and bra top are trimmed in white. A spanky swimshape in soft Helanca* nylon knit, 7-13, $19.95. DOWNTOWN WOOP RIVER ft IDWARD5VIUI L

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