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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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TK.WL KS <'" WR***,- ww s^iy y *i •' > < ,,* ALT OK EVENING Announced Mrs. AltoH P. Mildebrand, 141? Washington Ave,, is announcing* the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter,-Rosemary Adele, and Wayne, Harry Yoder, son of Mr. 'aftd Mrs. Hubert H. Voder 6! Ea°st Alton. The wedding is being planned for October. 'The bride-elect, daughter of the late Alton Parker Hllde- bfattd, is: a 1962 graduate of Altdn High School, and is employed by McCrory's in Eastgate Plaza. The prospective bridegroom Is a graduate of East Alton- Wood River Community High School; and is employed by his father, a building contractor. Janssen-Heaton Plans for a wedding on Oct. 5 in St. Bernard's Catholic Church are being made by Miss E. Joyce Heaton and Robert J. Janssen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Janssen, 128 E, Tydeman St., Roxana. Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage is being made by parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heaton, 629 Elfgen St. Miss Heaton is a 1959 graduate of Alton High School, and Is employed by Piasa First Federal Savings & Loan Association, in its accounting department. Her fiance is a 1957 graduate o'f Roxana Community High School. He is employed by St. Louis Adjutant General Publications Center, Overland, Mo., as an editor. Gilleland-Devin Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodwin of Riverdale are announcing the engagement of their niece, Miss Diane Devin, and Social Briefs Gary Gilleland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glllelahd of Alton. The couple plans to be married next year In early June. Miss Devln is a sophomore student at Milllkln University, Decatur. She is a mathematics major and a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. The prospective bridegroom, a 1960 graduate of Alton High School Is a business management major at the same university. He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsllon fraternity. Wood-Price The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Mary A. Price and Warren E. Wood Jr., EM 2 of the Navy, Is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Price of 549 Shellvlew Drive, Bethalto. The prospective bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wood of 261 Dooley Drive. The couple plans to be married on Sept. 21 in the chapel of Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto, and will live at Grays Lake, 111. Miss Price is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, and is employed by Illinois State Bank of East Alton as a bookkeeper. Her fiancee attended Alton High School, and has served in the navy for six years. He is stationed at Great Lakes. Van Ausdoll-Grover A winter wedding is planned by Miss Loretta Ann Grover and Marvin Allen Van Ausdoll, YN 2 of the Navy. Miss Grover's parents, Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Grover of 117 Eck- hard Ave., Wood River, are announcing the engagement of the couple. Yeoman Van Ausdoll's parents are Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Van Ausdoll of Shipman. Miss Grovef- Is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, and Is employed by Illinois State Bank of East Alton as a bookkeeper. She is a member of Theta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The prospective bridegroom Is n graduate of Alton High School, and hns servd with the Navy for the past six y<jars. He is stationed at Norfolk.Va., aboard the USS Arneb. Mason-Orris Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Glazebrook Heights, Godfrey, are announcing the engagement of her daughter, Miss Sue Ellen Orris, and Michael W. Mason. Father of the bride-elect Is Bernard Orris of 705 Douglas St. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Mason of 3426 Milton Dr. are parents of the prospective bridegroom. Miss Orris and her fiance are 1961 graduates of Alton High School. She is employed by First National Bank. Mr. Mason is an employe of Shell Oil Co., and is a junior student at Southern Illinois University here. The couple plans an early winter wedding. Jenkins-Katan The marriage of Margaret Katan and Daniel Floyd Jenkins of Bunker Hill will take place Aug. 13. The ceremony will be read at 7 p.m. in the First Methodist Church, Bunker Hill. MISS HILDEBIIAND MISS HEATON MISS OEVIN MISS GHOVEH MISS ORRIS MISS 1'ttICB *« yto^&v^^^ 88 *^ The Family Seams to Me Continuous Bound Placket in Slash Diemer-Foeller Plans Complete: Couple Is Being Entertained v :Miss Judy Marie Foeller has Chosen Aug. 24 as the date for her marriage to Harold Boysen IJiemer III. Invitations have been mailed, and parties are being given for the bride-elect and her fiance. Miss Foeller iS the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Foeller of the Mton-Jerseyville Road. •j,The couple will be married at 8 p.m. in St. Paul's-Episcopal Church by the Rev. Cortley Burroughs, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. '*A reception will be given in the Skyroom of Hotel Stratford immediately after the ceremony. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Diemer of 280 Madison Ave. will honor their son and his fiancee at a rehearsal dinner in Selhime's Restaurant on the evening before the wedding. Miss Foeller will be honored at a spice and pantry shower to be given on the evening of Aug. 12 by Mrs. Herbert R. Hellrung. ;0n Aug. 18 a swimming party and barbecue will be given in Kirkwood by Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mothersill. Miss Sandra Gilbert has invited friends of the bride-elect to a luncheon and shower planned for Aug. 20 in Lockhaven Country Club. A cocktail party was given for the bridal couple on July 21 by Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. Mantz and Miss Sara Manlz in the Mantz home. Mrs. Herbert T. Bock gave a kitchen shower on July 9 for Miss Foeller, and a luncheon shower was given on June 15 by Mrs. Robert L. Goulding and Mrs. Francis M. Kaar in Mrs. Goulding's home. Miss Nancy Curtis and Mrs. William Dickey, sorority sisters of Miss Foeller, gave a shower in her honor during May in the Pi Beta Phi house at Columbia, Mo. The Lanzets Some 100 persons called during the open house given by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lanzet Saturday in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. The couple received in their home at 5213 Wickway Drive. The hostess was assisted at Favorite Recipes Fourteen-year-old Brenda Sue Earth sends a recipe for "Funny Cake," with which she learned to bake. She says it is easy to mix, and she thinks other teen-agers might like to begin their baking careers with it. She lives at 912 Mill St., Bethalto. • FUNNY CAKE . ' You'll need: 3 cups flour 2 cups sugar % cup cocoa 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vinegar 2 teaspoons vanilla % cup cooking oil 2 cups cold water Sift flour, sugar, cocoa, soda and salt into ungreased baking pan 8x8x2. With spoon make three holes in dry mixture. Into one hole put the vinegar; into the second pour the oil; and in the third put the vanilla. Pour water over all and stir until well mixed and has no lumps. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Serve from the same pan. The cake may be iced or not, as you wish, Brenda Sue thinks no topping is needed. Send your favorite recipe to the Family Page, Alton Evening Telegraph. Enclose a picture of yourself which will be returned if requested. By PATRICIA SCOTT Bound plackets that fasten with buttons, snaps, or hooks and eyes are not as smooth as zippered ones; however, when used on children's clothing, gathered sleeves and dim- die skirts, the slight extra bulk you get is not important. This type of placket is made in a slash, or in a straight cut seam. The trickier of the two is the continuous bound placket in a slash. Here are instructions and diagrams for it. 1. Cut a lengthwise strip of fabric about lYs inches wide and twice the length of the slash (even a bit longer will be all right because it can be trimmed afterwards). Place the end of the slash on the center of the strip with the right side of the strip to the wrong side of the garment. As shown in figure A, pull the end of the slash back % inch from the edge of the strip and pin together at this point. 2. Match the seam line, spreading the placket edges in a straight line. Stitch % inch from edge of strip with garment facing up. Don't form any pleats at the point and be sure to catch the slash end in the seam (Figure A). A good way to do this is to stop stitching when you reach the point of the slash with the needle down. Then, lift the presser foot, move the extra fullness back so it is out of the way, lower the presser foot and continue stitching. 3. Press the seam allowances towards the strip (Figure B). Fold the free edge of the strip Under % inch and press. 4. Bring the strip over to right side of garment and pin the folded edge to the garment over the seam stitching. Machine-stitch the folded edge to the garment over the seam stitching (Figure C). 5. Press the bound placket so that the binding is folded under at the top edge and extends out on the lower edge (Figure D). You can also have a hemmed finish. To do this, stitch the strip to the right side, of the garment. Then bring the strip over to the wrong side of the garment and hem the free edge along the seam line on the wrong side of the garment to form the binding. Miss Scott is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their questions in her column, .but because of the great volume of mail received daily, she cannot answer individual letters. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Bothered by Curly Hair? BRENDA SUE By VIVIAN BROWN (/P) Newsfeatures Writer Hair straightening for curly- haired girls carries no moz'e risk than having a permanent wave, says hairdresser Michel Kazan, "but many girls hesitate to take advantage of it." "Humidity makes curly hair unruly, from frizzy to overcur- ly, particularly bad if a curly haired girl takes an ocean voyage or vacations near the sea," he points out. "But if hair straightening is properly done Health Tips by a trained operator, it will be easy to manage." The entire curl is not removed in the process, he says, just about 85 per cent of it. The 15 per cent of curl left can form the body for a perfect coiffure, he says. Accepted in Europe "A hair straightener treatment lasts about three months, so it can go through a vacation period and into the early days of fall when many girls still go hatless and need it. Women who WORD-A-DAY By BACH /1SHAUU WE TRY ON AUL /THE SMALL 6IZE6 OR WOULD] I VQU LIKE TO see SOME \ £HpE$THATWIU.FIT? X, t — the reception by Mrs. Charles Pees, Mrs. Gus Hellmuth and Mrs. Eugene Kruckeberg, who also served a buffet dinner during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vincent, former East Alton residents, were among guests. Volunteer League Committee reports for the forthcoming flea market were heard at a meeting of the Women's Volunteer League Monday morning. The group met for a work, session in the home of Mrs. C. E. Schellenberg on Oakbrook Lane. Mrs. W. W. Emons reported ,,on food; Mrs. John J. Pin- : kowski, clothing; Mrs. Don Keil, jewelry; Mrs. Schellenberg, furniture; Mrs. Harold Schaefer, books; and Mrs. John B. Smith, housewares. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. J. W. Lawrence and Mrs. Rolla J. Mottaz. The next work session will be Aug. 26 at Mrs. Schellenberg's home. Phi Tau Omega Miss Diana Huskarnp was appointed chairman of a swimming party and barbecue planned by Phi Tau Omega Monday evening in the home of Miss Hannah Hood, 3531 Berkeley Ave. The event will be given at 6 p.m. on Aug. 26 at Summers Port. It was announced that national officers will attend the Sept. 9 meeting in the home of Miss Diana Huskamp, 2827 Ridgedale Drive, Godfrey. The Fry * S. Sgt. and i^i-s. Norman G. Fry and three children are guests of Mrs, Fry's parents, lr. and Mrs, J3arl Smith of Takes Seat on State Hair Fashion Body Urge Heart Screening In Pre-Natal Check-Up MRS. LACKEY Mrs. Harry Lackey of Roxana has returned from Chicago where she was made a permanent member of the Illinois Hair Fashion Body. She presented her version of the Dandy trend Monday night during a workshop for the Madison County Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association in the Olin Vocational School. 1107 Long Ave. The family will visit here for two weeks and will then make their home at Las Vegas, Nev,, where Sgt. Fry will be stationed. He has completed 12 years of duty as u jet engine mechanic, and the family recently returned from a three-year stay in Germany. From American Medical Assn. CHICAGO — Screening expectant mothers for heart disease by means of head sound recordings was proposed today as a possible way to reduce the greatest single cause of deaths associated with childbirth. It is estimated that heart disease is responsible for between 1.5 and 3 per cent of deaths occurring during pregr nancy, a Chicago research team reported in the current (July 27) Journal of the American Medical Association. Deaths associated with childbirth are five times more frequent among patients, with heart disease than among normal mothers-to-be and represent 25 per cent of all deaths associated with childbirth, they said, Rheumatic heart disease accounts for 95 per cent of heart disease in pregnancy and congenital malformations 2 per cent, the researchers said. Since these disorders produce abnormal heart sounds, they said, the sound recording technique, although not infallible, should detect practically all heart disease in expectant The Seitzlngers Mr. and Mrs. Dale Seltzinger and son, Roger, of 807 George St., Wood River, have returned from a two-week vacation during which they toured the state of Florida. While In Jacksonville, the family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chaney. Mrs, Chaney is the couple's daughter. mothers. Known as phonocardiog- raphy, the screening procedure consisted of recording stetho- scopic tracings on an electromagnetic disc by means of an audio-visual heart sound recorder, Drs. Ephriam C. Meyer, Sheldon J. Slodki, and Irving Siegel said. In a study involving 400 women seen at a prenatal clinic, the researchers compared the results of 200 examined with the phonocardiograph and 200 examined with the stethoscope. Of the 200 sound recordings, 181 were technically -adequate, they said. On the basis of these, 47 patients underwent a complete heart evaluation and 11 were found to have a functional or congenital heart disorder, they said. By comparison, no case of heart disease was discovered among the other group of 200 patients. "Early diagnosis can be a significant contribution to the reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality caused by heart disease," the authors concluded. "Clinical evaluation of the cardiovascular system in the prenatal clinic can be improved and complemented by a screening program, "We are of the opinion that phonocardiographic screening in pregnancy is a feasible, practical, and valid procedure, worthy of further and larger field studies." The physicians are affiliated with Chicago Medical School and. Mount Sinai Hospital. have fine hair do not hesitate to get a permanent to supply body to their hair, so those who have too much hair should have confidence in the reverse method of achieving proper hair body," he says. "Hair straightening is completely accepted In Europe, but in America, although it has been done a long time, it is not so widely used it is important to get an experienced operator, just as one did when the permanent wave technique was new. Many salons have specialized staffs to do the treatment." Fresh Fall Start Straight-haired girls who do not like too much curl in their hair should get an undercurl permanent to make the hair manageable, sort of like wearing a starched petticoat under a dress, he points out. It has other advantages, particularly for women who have tinted, bleached or streaked hair. The under permanent does not touch or discolor the top hair which can be exposed to the elements —sun or salt air. Many young girls keep the same hairdo month after month, and never do anything to improve their hair, he says. "How much better they look with a fresh start in the fall. To prepare for the new season, one should at least cut all the dead ends off the hair, and it will be healthier. After that they may be tempted to try a new coffure." Lodges Relief Corps The Woman's Relief Corps will meet -Thursday at 1 p.m. in Greenwood IOOF Hall. Women of Moose Alton Women of the Moose will meet at 8 p.m. today in tl}e Moose Lodge. Join Our SLIM & TRIM CLUB SLENDERISING the easy, inexpensive way. Ask for details. Ann Landers No One Needs a Friend Like This WEAR ANN: My wife hns a close friend who, in my opinion, is a nut. This filbert is a strong believer in mental telepathy, which is all right with me, but it's not all right with me when she makes a nervous wreck out of my wife because of some of her far-out ideas. Last night—or I should ideas. Last night—or I should say this morning nt 3:05 a.m.— the nut called my wife on the telephone and asked: "Are you O.K., Mln?" Naturally my wife was scared out of her wits, getting a call at such an hour. We have a boy in the service and we thought something had happened to him. The nut said, "I just had a dream that you were in a terrible accident and I'm so re- A Lovelier You Summertime Pallor By M'ARY SUE MILLER A career lovely writes: I look like a gray ghost. I've had no chance to tan and none is in sight. But it is not the lack of a tan that bothers me. It's the fact that my skin has taken on a pallor that not even makeup can disguise. Your advice, please. The Answer: The drag of hot weather and routine, coupled with insufficient outdoor activity, may drain the skin of its color and tone. There really can be no other explanation, if you are in good health. The best treatment for the problem is to stimulate the circulation in the face: Coars- ing blood keys fresher color. For the purpose compress cold water to the face several times daily, with a thick terry washcloth. Simply wring out the cloth in the water and "mask" the face with it. Continue for at least three minutes, rechilling the cloth as it warms. Once or twice weekly, apply a stimulation cream. Use a very mild one, if your skin is thin or tender. Otherwise try a stronger formula. The step is one you must skip, however, when the skin is blemished, veined or allergic. While awaiting improvement, you can achieve a glowing effect with the new- "blush" cosmetics. Some are creamy and applied under powder base. Another type comes in cake form and is brushed on over a completed make-up, Either way, the result is instant radiance. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Bryarit-Gleason Wedding Is Postponed The marriage of Miss Diane Gleason and Bobby Bryant has been postponed because of a death in the family. The couple was to have been married on Wednesday of this week. The ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. on Aug. 14 in Calvary Baptist Church, and a reception will be given afterward in Onized Club. Invitations had been mailed for the wedding and reception planned for this week. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Gleason, 207 W. 13th St. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bryant of Hammond, Ind. Weddings Justice of the Peace Harry A. Coop Jr., performed two wedding ceremonies in his offices in Jerseyville Friday evening. Miss Mary Lou Maltimore and John A. Baker III, both of Jerseyville, were married at 7:30 p.m. The bride's twin sister, Miss Carrie Maltimore was her attendant and the groom's uncle, Everett Baker served as his best man. The bride's parents are Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Maltimore of Jerseyville, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, John R. Baker Jr. of St. Louis. Mi's, Mildred A. Douglas and Charles Rowling Welch, both of Cottage Hills were married by Justice Coop at 8 p.m. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. John Swafford, West Alton, Mo., twins, a boy and a girl, Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Charles, Mo. The boy weighed 4 pounds, 13 ounces, and the girl, 5 pounds, 4 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Swafford have two elder children, both boys. The twins are grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. James Plartmann, 2401 Holland Ave., and of Mr. and Mrs. Buryle Swafford, Jamesport, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Larry licit/,man, 632 E. Fifth St., a son, Larry Albert, first child, 6 pounds, 2 ounces, 11:16 p.m. Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Heitzman is the former ' Joyce Ann Bricker, daughter of Mrs. Robert Martin of Forest Homes. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Heitzman, Alton. M'r. and Mrs. Kenneth Khoades, 112 Bond St., East Alton, a daughter, Tamara Lee, 6 pounds, 13 ounces, first child, 3:09 p.m. Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rhoades is the former Miss Anna Mae Boomershine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boomershine, Alton. Herbert Rhoades of Alton, is the paternal grandfather. CPO. William Yost Jr., U. S. Navy, and Mrs. Yost, 66 Mill- spring, Godfrey, a son, 6 pounds and 13 ounces, 4:57 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Three elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCor- muck, Brighton, a son, Michael Scott, 8 pounds, 6 ounces, 6:33 a.m. Monday, St. .Joseph's. Hospital. Elder children, Kenny, 3%, and Mark, 2. Mr. and Mrs, Dale J,.Krueko- berg, 209 Victory Drive, East Alton, a son, 8 pounds and 5 ounces, 3:10 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln H. Doorr, 1101 Exchange St., a daughter, 6 pounds, 10 ounces, 5:42 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, Grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. E, Belt, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. "Doerr of East Alton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hyman, Rte. 1, Brighton, a daughter, Brenda Sue, 7 pounds, 8 ounces, 8:02 a.m. Monday, Alton "Me^ morlal Hospital. Elder children, Janice, 10, Donna Marie, 7, Sharon, 6, and Clitfle, 3^. Cold Princess BS 99 £ t Fsnimon, Wood River 119 U. Main, Boil Alton UM MUtpn Road, Altqo NO APPOINTMENT N,iMJDUf»!l lievcd to know you arc O.K. Now I can sleep." Well, muybe she could sleep, but my wife and I were up all night. This isn't Ihe first time she hns scared my wife with her .hocus pocus. Please tell me what you think ought to be done?—MEL DKAK MKL: No friend calls at 3:05 a.m. to ask if "you're all right," There is something punitive about the woman's behavior and your wife should not hesitate to tell her friend that from now on she doesn't wish to hear any more on the subject. * * * * DEAIl ANN; I'm 18 and leaving for college in September. I haven't dated much because my mother believes all boys are interested in only one thing. She has harped so long on the evils of sex that I'm sure she is mentally ill on the subject. Recently I started to go with a fellow who is tops in every way. Wendell is two years ahead of me in school. The only thing my mother can find wrong with Wendell is that he is a junior at the college I plan to attend. She says I'm asking for trouble if I get interested in a hometown boy and then go off to college with him. I'm a serious student and intend to get as much out of college as possible. I've always been trustworthy and her reasoning makes no sense to me. If you think Mother has a valid point, please tell me. If you think she's wrong, please tell her s(f she'll get off my back. —LOTTIE * * * * DEAR- LOTTIE:.- If a girl is going to goof off at college it doesn't much matter if the boys are home grown or not. Your attitude toward schooling will determine how well you do. And your attitude sounds excellent. The root of your problem appears in the .last sentence of your first paragraph. .* * «i # Confidential to CAN'T WIN FEB LOSIN': Of course you can't. And why should you, with those alley cat tactics? * * * * 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 Local GOP Women Will Host County Alton District Women's Republican Club members began plans Monday for the fall meeting of Madison County Federated Women which they will host on Oct. 21 in Godfrey Civic Center. The club met in Mineral Springs Hotel. It was announced that the meeting of the National Federation of Republican Women will be held on Sept. 11 through 13 in the Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago. It was also announced that Aug. 15 will be Republican Day at the State Fair in Springfield. The next meeting of the group will be in the Mineral Springs Hotel at 7:45 p.m. on Oct. 7. VFW Auxiliary Plans for a picnic on Aug. 25 for members of the YWCA and Alton Senior Citizens groups win be made Wednesday evening by the auxiliary to VFW Post 1308, The meet, mg will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday in Veterans' Memorial Center. 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