Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 29, 1963
Page 9
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MONDAY, JULY. 39, ALTON EVENING A Lowlier The World Is 'Subtle ,* ' ' ' •'•: Itt Hair Coloring By MAttV StrtU MiLttBtt Blonds ftttfi't just plain blond anymore. Qehe are those wispy yellow ftftd brassy gold heads of yesteryeatfyl'he Ideal blondness IslW'subtle/ Individual and . petal-Soft. Like nature's best etfort! In achieving this effect, there is help in new toning rinses, they are designed fo tone down a bleach or tint, blend in gray strands, |md to even out faded or sun-stfeakdd hair, And they do It delicately and .instantly! Depending on the shade used, the hair is" misted with ,the airy grelge color'of spun sand or• with Hie 'slfVery cast :of :,moon shadows, Applications are jet- age In the speed and ease, owing to a' refcdy-mlxed :formula- contained, In '.a drlpless, self-applicator bottle, Applied directly to clenn, towel-dried hair, color-coverage Is complete as soon as the hair has been saturated, Tlie hair can be set at once, as no after- rinse Is .required, The color lasts until It is shampooed out. So, my blond lovelies, If your locks could do with a toning, why not try a toning rinse? It could give you the lift that everyone needs in mid-summer and so seldom finds. You'd be ahead of the hairstyling trends, too. Fall will usher In a look to the head that's as casually elegant, in color and styling () as the look of the Incoming fashions. Rule'your Waves What's your hair problem? You'll find a way to overcome it in my IB-page booklet, RULE YOUR WAVES, Advice Includes: beauty treatments for oily, dry, and normal hair; ways to manage unruly locks; how to add color and highlights; tips on cutting, pcrmanents and styling; grooming tricks. Write Mary Sue Miller in ,care of this newspaper for your copy, enclosing a large, self-addressed'; stamped envelope and 20c in coin. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Gueldener-Schreiber Vows Arthur E. Gueldener of Midway and his bride, the former Miss Karen Schreiber of Bunker Hill, are making Iheir home near Moro. The couple was married on July 20 in United Church of Christ in Midway. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ca'rl Schreiber, Bunker Hill. Parents of the bridegroom are-Mi', and Mrs. Walter F. Gueldener of Midway. The bride's cousin* Mrs. Leo Goebel, was tyer matron of honor. Mrs, Junior Gueldener was bridesmaid. •. Junior Gueldener served as his brother's best man. The bride's brother, Richard Schreiber was groomsman. Mrs. James Mick of Alton sang, and Karen. Szegedy .of. Bethalto was organist? ' The bride is a 1963 graduate of Bunker Hill High School. Mr. Gueldener, a 1960 graduate of Edwardsville High School, is an apprentice carpenter employed by McGaughey Construction Co. Bishop-Lemrnon Marriage Robert R. Bishop of Godfrey and Mrs. Myrtle Lemmon of 520 E. 6th St. were married Friday by Justice of the Peace Harry Coop in his office in Jerseyville. Mr. Bishop is a machinist, employed on construction. •Mrs. Bishop was formerly employed by Honke Drug Store. The couple is living at 715 E. 6th St. The Lansets Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lanzet will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday with an open house. The couple Will receive friends from 2 ' until 5 p.m. in their home at 5213 Wickway Drive. No invitations af*e, being mailed, ,. , Mr. 'Lanzet and the former Miss Clara Nissen were married on Aug. 2 in St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Overland, Mo... A daughter, Mrs. William (Claire) 'Mover lives in Alton. There are two grandsons. DRAPERIES FREE MADE With Purchase of Material at $1.99 Yd. and Up Our experienced 7 personnel will assist you with your cleoorutliifr needs. SD c; RPET CO. 1638 MAIN ST. — PHONE .108-2625 or 462-6890 , WILSHIRE VILLAGE — CL 4-4032 " ! . THOROUGH SPOT REMOVAL • SOFT, NATURAL PRESSING • TRUE COLOR CONTROL • NO DRYCLEANING ODOR • NO MISSING BUTTONS FREE PlcJj.Up And Delivery SERVICE, TOO Til, you gat all this and much raor«,., because we do U th* right way with no wcrifice in quality or care, And youVe always »ure, whether iff the ipeed service you, want or normal processing, that the same perfection will prevail. The price will amaze you-it'i to reasonable ,., you can't afford to put it off, . Cull HO 5-8877, we'll be right over, ALTON LAUNDRY iw &ftraidw CN|p:*am.' ;'. » " "' "'-' fiti»HWU Hospital Notm MfefttqAt Mrs. William J. Mcklntiotl, Haf- dln tfdward Keying, Greenfield DISMISSALS Mrs. Cart Gross, Jerseyville Wayne ^utidel, Jerseyville Marsha Ford, Jerseyville Martin Ford, Jerseyville Fred koser, Batch town Mrs. tJuane Bell, Hand Mrs. John Staples, Lexington Park, Md. Mrs.' Charles Krailshaar, Fleldoh ;.-• St, Anthony's Mrg. Adeline E, Grouse, 113 Car dot, East Alton Mrs, Bessie A. Evans, 1910 Washington Mrs. Nora S. Lawllss, 317 Henry Fred L, Goodwin, 2331 State Mrs. Pearl Holladay, Godfrey Mrs. Anna M. Hovey, 1457 Wll Hams, Wood River Mrs. Ernestine Woodard, 935 Tremont Mrs .Nettle Fischer, Brighton Mrs. Charlotte Nesbit, Cottage Hills Mrs. Bernadinc Gillcspcy, 2423 Bloomer John Aslone, 2211 Central Mrs. Emma Westerhold, 353 South Oak, Rosewood Height!, Adrian While, 2000 Wllkening Mrs. Agnes Coffler, 5363 Humbert James Walker, East St. Louis Mrs. Sharon Bosoluke, 3030 Watalee Michael Baty, 3211 Hawthorne Mrs. Ruby Hawkins, Godfrey Mrs. Sonja Wyatt, Dow Mrs. Cora Chaffer, 1306 State DISMISSALS Mrs. Bette Whilaker, Brighton James Myers, Cottage Hills' Mrs. Florence Cook, 324 Bluff Mrs. Cora Franklin, Rte. 1, Godfrey Raymond Miller, 2716 Residence Mrs. Louise Ballard, Jerseyville Joseph Schulz, 938 Pearl Marion Sapp, Vaughn Hills, East Alton Mrs. Lola Graham, 309 Madison, Wood River Mrs. Vera Black, 140 Wood River, East Alton Roger Stewart, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Monari, Cottage Hills Mrs. Lauralee Greene, Jerseyville Dcbra Amizich, 212 South Main, Wood River Miss Debra L. Borrowman, 332 South Pence, East Alton Tom Dixon, 619 Clay Mrs. Hazel Vivian Douglas, 3000 McCormick David Leo Droste, Rte. 1, Godfrey Virgil Joseph Mareing, Edward ville Miss Patricia Turner, 1716 Miland, Rte. 1, East Alton Mrs. Vivian L. Turner, East Alton Mrs. Sonja J. Wyatt, Dow Harold Zirkelbach, 905 Rixon St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Rosemary Surgeon, Grafton Mrs. Cora A. Wasson, Hartford Miss Mary L. Lorsbach, Hardin William F.. Cope, 217 Mildred Mrs. Evelyn A. Robinson, 727 Gold Mrs. Genevieve L. Grove, Godfrey Miss Kathleen E. Green, Edwardsville Mrs. Ruby M. Schneider, Godfrey Mrs. Geraldine Everage, 1609 Piasa Miss Camille M. Allen, 1135 Green Mrs. ^Patricia R. Navarre, 925 Easton Mrs. Janie Glower, 2618 Brown James Allen Lindley, 408 W. 4th Orville S. Catt, 716 Euclid Lawrence Pohlman, Grafton Mrs. Florence Day, 252 West Haller Dr., East Alton Miss Twyla Lacey, 1312 Taylor Mrs. Marie J. Nurnberger, Rte. 1, Jerseyville SURGICAL Mrs. Zilka N. Shoptow, Rte. 5, Edwardsville George L, Lynch, Godfrey Mrs. Frances Pedone, 3501 Gary Raymond V. Petruzza, 3868 Western Mrs. Lena Bowler, 1519 N. 49th, East St. Louis DISMISSALS Peggy D, Goodman, Carrol I ton "eorge F. Holmes, 1012 E. 4tlj VIrs. Lillian Jennings,., St. Louis Miss Patricia Ann Jones, Edwardsville Miss Barbara A. Kaulen, 962 Tonsor Mrs, Maxine W. Kortc, 306 McClure Mrs. Alma J, Newton, 2002 Belle Timothy O'Neill, Louisville, Ky, Mrs. Alice E. Reinhardt, 2814 Grandview Mrs. Ruth M. Rick, Kampsville Robert Riggins, 200 West McCasiand, East Alton Mrs. Shirley A. Schmidt, Rte. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Dolores J, Stephens, 2412 State Mrs. Ida.C. Varble, 2513 Amos Miss; Flora C, Wallace, Piasa Mrs. Georgia L, Wyman, Brighton Mrs. Matilda Baeser, Edwardsville • Mrs. Cynthia Brown, Brighton Mrs. Anna Bund, 108 Hodge George Chappel, 942 Pearl Pierce Dunn, Cape Girardeau, Mo, Mrs, Margaret Early, 3414 Leo Thomas Edwards, 774 Park Dr, William Englemann, 3517 Aberdeen Mrs. Wanda Fiwler, 201 Bellwood, East Alton Theodore Hauser, 2410 Lloyd James Kwarta, 620 State Mrs.'"Catherine Meyer, 620 State Dennis Q'Bi'ien, Carrollton , VIrs, Evelyn Robinson, 727 Gold vIrs. Jane Selller, Bclhalto Mrs. Sophia Slaten, Rte. 1, Dow Miss Brenda Smith, St. Louis Miss Annette St. Peters,- 137 Pooley . Mrs, Geraldine Stumpf, Brussels Mrs. Ruth Westbrook, Jersey- vlllo James Williams, 811 5th Mrs. Helen Gibbs, n\ S, 13th, WoeS River Q88l9<-McP!ienjkm, 3409 Leo rb Godfrey 105 a 9th Innings East 40? ft Alton Mcmorml MtSfctCAt, Harvey Sheets, Wood River Mrs. Joyce Noble, Godfrey Mrs. Lcora Cole, 2511 Ciawson Mrs. Jesse Lewis, 1802 Market Darlene Ewlng, 301 Dry KlmbeHy Knowlsoti, wood tllver Clifford Crulhls, Sorcnto Kathy Brown, .tcrseyyllle Howard Gray, North Humbert Richard McLaren, 2709 Palmer Clcfus Keene, file. 1, Alton Carlean Weeks, 3171 Paul Mrs. Tina Homsey, Godfrey Earl GUI, Bunker Hill Carol Derlcott, 3301 Henrietta SURGICAL Richard Creeling, 2514 Povvhat- ten Jennifer Rummerfield, 2403 Edwards Douglas Wltlmah, Godfrey Stephen Clark, Ml. Vernon, III Mrs. Alma Alley, 2305 Judson Andrew Stout, Godfrey Mrs. Patricia Llschmann, 2432 Henderson Mrs. Amanda Matteson, 1917 Central Mlllon Bopp, 1100 McPherson Mrs. Mary Stride, Mt. Olive, 111. Mrs. Carol Fry, 12nst Alton Sylvester Paschol, 26 E. St. Robert Bachman, Godfrey Mrs. Betty Brannan, .Godfrey DISMISSALS Clyde Sandbach,' Wood River . Mrs. Jean Morrison, 611 E. 7th Timothy Hodge, Cottage Hills Billy Yost, East Allon Alan Thompson, Wood River Mrs. Dixie Brown, East Allon M<rs. Nancy Sluby, Godfrey Mrs. Carole AdJdns, Brighton.' Mrs. Thelma Pllchford, Jersey- vllle Mrs. Edith Bowling, Cottage Hills Sherry Blaylock, Butler G. Michael Ozee, 429 E. Fourth Danny Waldron, East Alton Maurice Pcrdun, Jerseyville Mrs. Bess Dlllow, Wood River Mrs. Nettle Fischer, Brighton Mrs. Mary Redman, Bethalto Louis C. Boedeker, 711 Lampert Delmar Boll, Godfrey Mrs. Delorls Goth, Bunker Hill Mrs. Frances Penning, Roxana Mrs. Leola Ruehrup, Bethallo Clifford Kruckenberg, Edwardsville Charles Mudd, Wood River Mrs. Clara Peipert, 918 W. 9lh John Shake, 1120 Wallace, Apt. 4 Mrs. Mattie Cook, Cottage Hills Mrs. Eunice Wolf, 3218 Burton Elmer Wilson, 3010 College Mrs. Betty Boyd, 1809 Chest Dr. Mrs. Emma t jean Bartels, Moro Mrs. Lena Rust, Bunker Hill Lois Dale, Bethalto Mrs. Alma Schaffer, 110-A Manor Ct. Mrs. Jean Shearburn, 3612 McArthur Mrs. Cheri Kusmanoff, Wood River Waldo Derry, Rte. 1, Alton Kimberly Olden, 3617 Horn Mrs. Blondell Cannon, 220 Madison Mrs. Mamie Manley, Slaunton Frank Schmidt, 812 Langdon Mrs. Mildred Haley, Bethalto Mrs. Kathryn Crawford, Beth- allo Mrs. Marion Whitmore, 2750-A Hillcrest Deborah Ross, 2722 Viewland Leon Ross, 2722 Viewland David Ross, 2722 Viewland Wood Rjver Township MEDICAL Miss Virginia L. Berry, Hartford Howard J. Churchwell, 511 5th, East Alton Miss Donna Rae Flackus, Hartford Mrs. Dena J. Balster, Bethalto. Emory D. Walkington, 320 Oak Dr., East Alton Timothy William Stinnett, 3732 Berkeley, Alton SURGICAL Miss Gladys A. Miller, Dow PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central' Ave., HO In tllinoi 8 Census Bureau Queried Often for Birth Data Alton aren residents and others may turn to the Bureau of the Census for help In proving where and when they were born, the U. S. Department of Commerce reported today. Last year, it was said, more than 8,000 residents of Illinois used the Census Bureau to prove their figes so they could collect social security and other retirement benefits, to obtain passports, for some forms of insurance and to qualify for jobs carrying certain age or citizenship requirements. ' A spokesman for the Alton Social Security office explained that the listing of a person in census records by the census enumerator is acceptable proof of age when all other means of detcrm ining that fact has been exhausted. .:. T h e 8,000 Illlnoisans were among an estimated 20 million United Stales residents who are without proof of age or' birthplace, and the historical records of the Census Bureau provide .the only acceptable source of this informa Edgar H. Thompson, Hartford Mrs. Luella M. Rieken, 626 Bowman, East Alton George C. Rieken, 626 Bowman, East Alton Ralph E. Parks, Taylor Springs Gilbert J. Rushlon, South Roxana Kenneth I. Scrogglns, 803 Mil- t.on, Alton Donnie Dale Jamison, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Kenneth I. Scroggins, 803 Milton, Alton Patrick Michael Grant, Piasa Mrs. Berneda A. Ragusa, South . Roxnna Hexzio Harris, 401 Whitelaw, East Alton Mrs. Gussie E. Bruce, Cottage Hills Jess E. Wheeler, Bethalto Donald E. Porter, Hartford Hardy W. Woodward, 755 Lincoln James E. Gholson, 359 Van Pretar H. Frank Roe, 430 Job St, East AJton Mrs. Louetta Lippard, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Reva M. Royal, Hartford John F. Corethers, 428% Dry, East Alton Mrs. Loretta S. Staton, Hartford Mrs. E. Faye Owens, Harford Mrs. Dorothy L. Settles, 748 Lincoln Mrs. Helen L. Morgan, 404 Illinois Ave., South Roxana Helena J. Luter, South Roxana Gilbert J. Rushton, South Roxana Arthur F. Gusewelle, Rte 2, East Alton tlon for many of them. Since its beginning in 1790, the U. S, Census has recorded Identifying data for almost 350 million persons, many of them listed several times in separate censuses. The Bureau has provided copies of these records to about 3'/ 2 million persons, as legal proof of age, place of birth, citizenship or kinship. Persons seeking such a record for social security purposes should contacllhcir local Social Security office or, for other purposes, should write for an application to the Personal Census Service Branch, Bureau of the Census, Pittsburg, Kansas. Illinois' Humidity Decreases By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday's showers wrung some of the humidity from the air ovei Illinois but had little cooling effect on today's mostly sunny weather. Temperatures were about the same in the northern half of the state — the low and middle 80s, and ran a bit higher than Sunday in the south. A few showers lingered in the extreme south. The amount of rainfall varied widely in the last 24 hours. Springfield got almost one and one-fourth inch; Quincy and Paducah, Ky., just under one inch; Vandalia, Belleville and Chicago's O'Hare Airport nearly' a quartet inch. Chicago's Midway Airport recorded a trace. The Weather Bureau said the week's weather will average about normal in Northern Illinoii and one to four degrees cooler than normal in the south. Normal highs would be 84 to 88 in the north, and in the upper 80s or low 90s in the south. Normal lows would range between 60 and 7 St. Louis Hospital AdiititiistMloi' Dies ST. LOUIS (AP)-A long-time administrator of Sister of Charity lospitals died Sunday in St. Lous. She was Sister Mary Vincent Delaney. Sister Mary Vincent, 87, had been in semi-retirement since 1954. Prior to her semi-retirement, she was administrator at St. Vincent's Hospital in St. Louis. She came to St. Louis from Waco, Tex., where she served as administrator of Providence Hospital for seven years. She previously had served as superintendent of nurses at hospitals in Sherman, Tex., Indianapolis; Nashville, Tenn., and Chicago. During her administration at St. Vincent's, she directed a $1,200,000 building fund, sot up ,a public Information department and instituted a retirement plan for employes. Sister Mary Vincent will be buried Tuesday In St. Louis. FAST FILM SERVICE HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California HO 5-6086 Beauty Salon Arcade—Wilshire Village Dial CL 4-1018 END-OF-MONTH .SPECIAL! Reg. 22.50|11 Permanent 11 Budget Wave 5.95" Normal Hair Only No Appointment Necessary OUB SO™ coo's PAINTS 1913 1963 'mm////. the fabulous, new WALLPAPER COLLECTION.. with MATCHING FABRICS! 139 NEW DESIGNS of HIGHEST QUALITY Come in and see the man)' horns decora lion plant by Corunado ihai ihowj you how (o have fashionable, coordinated beamy tlmuiKhom the rnorni of your home. Ml paperj »re »oap »pd water waihable, plastic coaied for durability and fade proof. PRICEP FROM fibric for . Slip Cevtu. t»«. ONLY $2,0$ B. 7*" IS COOK'S PAINTS 8 W, BROADWAY ' "*'•'• PH, HO 6-5812 LONDON—The Archbishop of York believes that all married women should soon become acquainted with the work of their husbands. FREE-FREE-FREE Dry With Washing Every Tues. and Thurs. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. QUICK CLEAN CENTER No. 3 Enstgate Plaza EAS.T ALTON Completely Air Cooled Common Market Ministers Meet For Discussions BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) The six foreign ministers of the European Common Market na fions gathered in Brussels today for a two-day meeting with prospects dim that they will decidp to lower duties on imports of U.S frozen poultry. The United States has warnec it will retaliate with higher tar iffs if (he Common Market does not cut Us levy oft chickens. At this last meeting btstore iho summer fefiess, the foreign rtlft- isters of France, West derfnftfly, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg' are ffieellftB with their ministers of agriculture to discuss the U.S. poultry Issue. Earlier this month, the agricultural ministers decided against a cut, hut the foreign mlhlsteM* council has the last word. Spice Prices fhtcnf MANILA — Philippine producers say spices are being dumped here to lower standard prices. NOW ON SALIC AT ALL 5 Tltrillij REG, 1,00 SIZE 68 C Now FAMOUS 10 OUNCE BLUE JAR! us RELIEVES PROBLEM SKIN MEXSANJ CREAM DAYTIME LUXURYI NIGHT-TIME COMFORTI Sleep-or-iounqes • ', , i; ;! •• ^ You'll find it hard to believe that sofas so beautifully styled could actually conceal a huge double bed! But they do! Seeing is believing! Choose yours now from a gorgeous selection of fine fabrics and colors! b y KROEHLER —O- Sit on Foam! Sleep on Foam! Thin arm modern style PLASTIC cover. Brown or turquoise. For a limited time, we can offer both foam cushions and a deluxe foam mattress at these matchless prices. CHOICE OF THREE STYLES SHOWN ONLY Wide slanted arm with NYLON cover. Beige or green. Early American wing back s,tyle, NYLON cover, Brown or red, Other Sleeper-Lounge Styles Priced from $189,50 Buy on Easily Arranged Time Payment Plan Frte PcrrWn? At fltar Entignae I. Broadway Alton Jacbby's Since T ,«*

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