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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING MONbAY, AUGDST12,19&3 Weekend Rites Unite Area Couples ' •*• Time Is Easy Today Rincaid*Groppei Miss Ruth Ann Groppel, daughter of Mf. and Mfs. Howard F. Groppel of 1520 Wordeii Ave,, was married at 2 p.m. Sunday to Harold Leland Kin- Caid. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kincaid of Newman, 111, The Rev. Paul Krebs officiated at the ceremony in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, and Was assisted by the Rev. Leonard F, Todd of the Junction City, Kan., Evangelical Church. A reception was given , In the church fellowship hall. Miss Sandra Lassota of Brookfield served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry fogerson, the bridegroom's sister from Sidell, 111.; and Mrs. Kenneth Wahle of St. Charles, Mo. The best man was Larry Fogerson. Darrell Nelson of Champaign and Jim Cox of Chicago were groomsmen. Miss Darlene Doty was soloist, and the organist was Mrs. Jeanette Massey. Ruffled tiers of Chantilly lace and organza were used to ornament the skirt of the bride's gown which extended into a chapel train. Her veil was gathered to a jeweled crown, and she carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and two purple-throated orchids. The maids' blue satin peau dresses were fashioned with dome skirts and double back bows. Their veiled hats were made of matching material, and their bouquets were cascades of yellow feathered carnations with greenery. The bride is a senior laboratory technologist employed by Dr. Bruce Larson at the University of Illinois daily biochemistry department. She is a 1959 graduate of Jersey Community High School, and received a bachelor of science degree from the university this year. Mr. Kincaid is doing graduate work in genetics in the dairy science department at the university. He received a bachelor of science degree there in 1962, and is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma. The couple will live at 120V& S. Race St., Urbana. Carlson-Wahl Miss Nancy Jane Wahl became the bride of Charles Evans Carlson at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in College Avenue Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Henry 0. Moore read the ceremony, and the couple received In the Sawyer room of the church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Belmont E. Wahl of 2407 Ebbeler St. The bridegroom's parents tire Mr. and Mrs. G. Bert Carlson of Palatine, 111. Mrs. Gregory White, nee Harriette Renken, was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Joseph Harris, nee Joan McKelvey; and the bridegroom's sisters, the Misses Victorie and Judith Carlson. John Carlson of Arlington Heights served as his cousin's best man. The groomsmen were Robert Schacht of Arlington Heights, 111.; the bride's brother, Belmont E. Wahl Jr.; and the bridegroom's cousin, John Doyle of Wood Dale, HI. The bride wore a gown of slipper satin with Alencon lace bolero and detachable panel. A pearl crown secured her shoulder length veil. A lavender orchid centered her cascade bouquet of white rosebuds. The women attendants appeared in dresses of pink and white floral print nylon over white satin, with large back bows. Veiled bows matching their dresses were worn as hats, and white carnations were in their colonial bouquets. The bride is a 1958 graduate of Alton High School, and was . graduated in 1962 from Carthage College. She is a home economics teacher at Oregon Community High School, Oregon, 111. Mr. Carlson, also a graduate of tile College at Carthage, is a teacher of French and history at Polo High School, Polo, HI. The couple will live at 400 N. 4th St., Polo. Kuehnel-Gibson Married at 8 p.m. Saturday in First Presbyterian Church of Wood River were Miss Donna Marie Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of 248 Eighth St., and Manfred Richard Kuehnel of St. Louis. Mrs. Marta Kuehnel, mother of the bridegroom, lives in Germany. The couple received in the church following the ceremony, performed by the Rev. Manley Mace. Miss Jackie Comer was the bride's maid of honor. The Misses Linda Dennison and Lorelei Lehwalder served as bridesmaids. Mr. Kuehnel was attended by William Campen, best man; and William Yetzer and Charles Gibson Jr., groomsmen. Soloists during the ceremony were Boyd Severs and Cordelia Douglas. Ruth Blackwood was organist. The bride wore a gown ol satin and Chantilly lace with bell skirt and cathedral train. Her veil was fingertip length, and her flowers were gardenias with stephanotis and ivy. Her attendants appeared in dresses made of satin and chiffon in shades of pink, and carried satin baskets of pink carnations with cascading ivy. The former Miss Gibson attended East Alton-Wood River Community High School, and will be graduated on Aug. 22 from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing. The bridegroom holds a private first class rating in the Army, and will receive his discharge in April. The couple departed on a honeymoon trip, and will live at 5712 Kingsbury Road, St. Louis, after Sept. 9. Croxford-Kessler Nuptial vows were exchanged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Granite City by Miss Virginia Mae Kessler and Rodney Milton Croxford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Croxford of Dow. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kessler of Granite City. The Rev. Raymond Switzer officiated at the wedding ceremony in Dewey Avenue Methodist Church in Granite City. A reception was given afterward in the church social room. Miss Sue Cunningham of Alton and Jake Bryant of Dow were the couple's attendants. Music was provided by Mrs. Louise Potillo, vocalist; and Miss Sandy Potillo, organist. The bride wore a floor length gown of embroidered lace over satin with a semi-circle of Si-other's Helper white satin roses on the full skirt. Similar roses were used to form the crown which held her illusion veil, and she carried white pompons centered with a detachable orchid. Her attendant wore a gown made of pink embroidered organza and worn over pink satin. A single pink satin rose held her illusion veil, and her bouquet c.ontained white pompons with pink tipping. The bride is a graduate of Southern Illinois University, and will teach in Granite City in September. Mr. Croxford, a student of accounting at SIU, attended Bradley University for one year. After a honeymoon in Colorado, the couple will live at 2226 Missouri Ave., Granite City, Lobbig' Welling MANY toepfRftr* we *bU> tepy fitter* mopptt* may fy*n prefer * jronnr titter (M » pwrtbfc , Bit *lw*y« writ* jr«w *bo««> where you «w r»»cbed, wpj puny •111 ttfffli* Never tnt*t wrb*i BO natter heir y»v wwr Members of their immediate families were guests Sunday at the wedding of Miss Marilyn Welling and Marion Lobbig. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs heard the couple's vows at 3:30 p.m. in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Parents of the bride and bridegroom live in Fosterburg. They are Mr, and Mrs. Lester Welling and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lobbig. The bride wore a dress of white cotton and nylon lace. Her attendant, Mrs. Allen Lobbig, wore a beige costume. Allen Lobbig was his brother's attendant. The bride and her husband are graduates of Alton High Schooj. She is employed by Millet's 'Mutual Insurance Association, and he is an employe of Lobbig Construction Co. The couple will live in Rosewood Heights. •£• Plam Set MRS. IONCA1D MRS. CARLSON MRS. KUEIINEL Cs™;. s ;*>i,<,<iJ- -vV< <»)**»'"" The Family Engagements Announced Karstens-Moehle ' A December wedding is being planned by Miss Sandra Kay Moehle and Kent Wallace Karstens. Announcement of the couple's engagement is being made by parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Moehle of 824 Union St. Miss Moehle is a 1960 graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by Security and Trust Bank in St. Louis. Her fiance is the son of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Karstens of Belleville. He is a senior student at Washington University School of Dentistry, and is serving in his second year as president of Upsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Delta. He attended Southern Illinois University for three years. Hecker-Elliott Mrs. Arthur Elliott of Bethalto is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Rita, and Harold Hecker, son of Mrs. Theo Sheppard of Bethalto. The wedding ceremony will be performed at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 in Bethalto Methodist Church. A reception will be given afterward in the church. Miss Elliott is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School; Missouri Baptist .Hospital in St. Louis, and National College of Kansas City, Mo. She is now employed by Newark Methodist Hospital in El Paso. Mr. Hecker, formerly of Rainier, Ore., has attended college in Washington and Oregon, and will complete his studies at Southern Illinois University. The couple plans to live in Bethalto. Haper-Stotler Wedding Date Is Changed The wedding date of Miss Judy Ann Stotler and William Haper Jr., lias been changed to Friday of this week. The couple had planned to be married on Nov. 9. The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. in Calvary Baptist Church, and the couple will receive friends afterward in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stotler, 1509 Jersey St. No invitations have been mailed for the wedding or z'eception. The Beisers Mr. and Mrs. David Beiser and three children have returned to their home at 1000 Wescott St., after a four-week vacation in the western states. The family traveled by car, using a trailer for overnight stops. In Gallup, N. M., they attended a ceremonial conducted by 30 tribes of Indians. The inter-tribal celebration is an annual event, with games, rodeos and dances. The family made stops at Mt, Rushmore, Yellowstone Park, tus Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and the Grand Canyon. t v -->;, MISS MOEHLE MISS ELLIOTT Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Redd, Charlotte, Mich., a daughter, Mary Lynn, 9:30 p.m. Saturday, 6 pounds and 15 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Redd Sr., 120 W. Tydeman Ave., and Mrs. lone Pitt, 120A W. Tydeman, Roxana. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Henke, St. Jacobs, a daughter, Jeanne Eileen, fii'st child, 8 pounds, 4 ounces, Sunday, 1:35 a.m., St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Mrs. Henke is the former Miss Darryll Fertch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fertch, Bethalto. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius M. Henke, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pilger, 2922 Hillcrest Ave., a daughter, Carol Fay, first child, 5 pounds, 6 ounces, 6:34 a.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Pilger is the former Miss Claudette Ann Bur- Abel-Gray Mrs. Vivian Driver Gray was married at 4 p.m. Saturday to Lt. Col. (retired) Ardell Abel of Dallas, Tex. The Rev, Darwin Rolens of Carrollton First Baptist Church performed the ceremony in CarrolIton Methodist Church before members of the immediate families. Mrs. Meda Dowdall and Robert P. Driver, aunt and cousin of the bride, were the couple's attendants. Mrs. Donald Langer played organ music. Mrs. Delbert Driver, mother of Mrs, Gray, entertained in her home after the ceremony, and was assisted by Mrs. Damon Driver. The couple will leave Saturday for their home in Dallas, and will go to Mexico City on a wedding trip. Mrs. Abel is a graduate of William Woods College in Fulton, Mo.; and studied at Duke University in Durham, N. C. Lt. Col. Abel is a graduate of Southeastern State College in Oklahoma. Since his retirement from the Marine Corps, he has been associated with the Zerox Company in Dallas. PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S PRESS SHOP 8088 Central Ave., HO 3-0318 ney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burney of Alton. The paternal grandmother, Mrs. Pilger, lives in Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Andrews, 560 East Broadway, a daughter, Carol Jean, 8 pounds, 3 ounces, 2:08 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, David, 2 l / 2 , William, 1. Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Dioneda, 2657 Cleveland Ave., Granite City, a son, 7 pounds, 11 ounces, 1:48 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Boren, 2715 Viewland Ave., a son, Ricky Gene; 6 pounds, 10 ounces, 4:21 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Michael Davis, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pluth, 449 Belleview Ave., a daughter, Mary Martha, 7 pounds and 12 ounces, 3:44 p.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Bernard, 18, Gary, 16, Marlys, 13, James, 6, Ellen, 4, Margaret, 3, Thomas, 2, and Anne, 11 months. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Grabowski, 23 Sunset Drive, Glen Carbon, a son, Curtis Lee, first child, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 1:18 p.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Britton, .820 Alby St., a daughter, Anita Ann, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, 6:20 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deering of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Britton, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall, Godfrey, a son, Jeffery Lynn, 7 pounds, 12:45 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall of Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. John Freand, California. Mrs. Kyle Mrs. Lewis Kyle and her daughter, Cindy, of Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting Mrs. Kyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jansen, at 2100 Rockwell St. The visitors will return home (lie latter part of the month. Miss Ann Karen Hubbell has completed plans for her marriage on Aug. 25 to Max William Moore. Invitations have been mailed, and parties are being given for the bride-elect. The couple will be married at 2:30 p.m. in First Methodist Church by the Rev. Robert Simpson. A reception will be given afterward in the church social room. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Moore of Fort Wayne, Ind., will honor their son and his fiancee at a dinner for members of the wedding party on the eve of the wedding. A linen shower will be given for Miss Hubbell Tuesday evening by Miss Carolyn Miller and Mrs. Forrest Cook. The party will be given in the home of Miss Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Lester Miller, 3303 Lincoln Ave. Mrs. Herbert Bock honored the bride-elect at a shower on the evening of July 30. Twenty guests were present at the party, given in Mrs. Bock's home at 213 Patterson Place. A party was given on July 29 for Miss Hubbell in Fort Wayne. Classmates of the bride-elect at Purdue University entertained in her honor before she left the campus. Miss Hubbell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hubbell, 331 Brentwood Blvd. The couple's engagement and wedding date were announced in June. Educational Day for Hairdressers Local women attended the Madison County Hairdressers' and Cosmetologists' Association educational day Sunday in the Odd Fellows' Hall in Centralia. The meeting was open to members and non-members of the south district. Association members who attended were Mrs. Joe Butkovich, Mrs. Leo Schreiber, Mrs. Leo Seigel, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kotva, Mrs. Henry Sanders, Miss Elizabeth Wahl, Miss Jackie Lavite, Miss Irma Sievers and Mrs. Karl Fiedler. Non-members in attendance were Mrs. Oscar LaPlant and Mrs. Roy Warning. Slides o nthe new "dandy" hair fashion were shown, demonstrating pin-up and roller placement, and artists shaped and styled examples of the new trend on live models. Explanations were given during a comb- out period, with instructions for salon styling and conversion to high fashion. Mrs. Harry Lackey, Illinois Hair Fashion Committee members, was one of the artists who conducted a similar educational day at the Holiday Inn in Bloomington, 111., for the east district. Reservations are still being taken for the dinner meeting of the local group on Aug. 26 in Mineral Springs Hotel. Miss Bedenk Miss Marlene Ann Bedenk, fiancee of Lonnie Kalika, was honored by 21 guests Sunday afternoon at a - shower given in the home of Mrs. Hilda Brakhane in Carpenter, HI. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Brakhane were Mrs. Hilda Clements of East Alton; Mrs, Reka Schumacher of Alhambra; and Mrs. Josephine Fassero of Gillespie. The couple will be married Saturday in the Zion Lutheran Church in Staunton, where the bride-elect and prospective bridegroom live. Amaranth More than 60 members of Charity Court of the Order of Amaranth had a picnic Sunday at the Piasa Creek cottage of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Young. They took boat rides and had a potluck supper in the evening. Plans were made for a potluck dinner to be served before the meeting on Sept. 14 in Franklin Masonic Temple. Time is 6 p.m. Baby Baptised Lisa Louise, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Grove of Mariana Hills, Godfrey, was baptized Sunday afternoon in St. Ambrose Catholic Church. The Rev. Walter Werts officiated, and sponsors were the baby's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grove. Bjr CEOltitr Associated PtCMtt Ptnod Edltof A hew way of making jam Is going the rounds, and cooks who are curious about it may be interested to know that our testing o! the method proved to be a delightful success. This way of making jam produces wonderfully fresh flavor because the fruit (mixed with sugar) isn't cooked; the water and pectin that are added are cooked. After preparation, the jars of jam must go into the freezer for storage If they are to be kept for any length of time. If the jam is to be eaten in two or three weeks, It may be stored In the refrigerator. For our recipe we tried a basic peach preserve adding candied ginger to it. This combination is great on toasted English muffins, or hot biscuits or scones for a company brunch; it's interesting, too, used as a cake or cookie filling. Although only a tablespoon of the minced ginger is used, you'll find this small amount gives just the right amount of "bite." Jlgtlmo Peach Ginger Jam 1% pounds (about) fully-ripe peaches 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon finely diced candied ginger 4M cups sugar % cup water 1 box (1% ounces) powdered fruit pectin Peel, pit and coarsely grind peaches; measure 1% cups into a large bowl or pan; use any remaining small amount of ground peaches some other way. Stir in lemon juice and Ann Landers Fresh peaches and candied ginger make a delightful jam team. ginger. Thoroughly mix In the sugar; reserve. In a small saucepan, stir together the water and fruit pectin; bring to a boil and, stirring constantly, boil 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir into reserved peach mixture; continue stirring for about 3 minutes. (Don't worry about the few remaining sugar crystals.) Quickly ladle into Ms-pint fruit jars. Put dome on jar; screw band tight. When jam is set, store in freezer. If jam will be used within 2 or 3 weeks, it may be refrigerator- stored. Makes about 6 eight- ounce jars. NOTE: Rinse candled ginger with hot water to remove sugar crystals and to soften before dicing. The Law Should Read 'No Dogs' DEAR ANN LANDERS: I used to think you made up letters because I couldn't visualize people writing about such bizarre and out-of-this-world \' problems. After ' last night I will ^never doubt you again. I'm going to 'be married in : November. My parents have ' b e e n divorced for 11 years. Mother is a Ann Landers, practical nurse and just barely manages to take care of herself and my younger brother. I've been self-supporting since I was 17. My fiance's mother is a widow with a good bit of money. She insists on putting on the wedding. I've always known she is a little cuckoo but I didn't realize how bad she is until she told me she wanted her miniature poodle to be ring-bearer at our wedding. She is in the process of training the poodle to pull the satin pillow down the aisle. The ring will be on the pillow. This is her idea of something spectacular — something people will talk about for months. When I told her the minister would not stand for having a dog in the church she replied, "Well, then we will have the wedding at the Plaza." The whole thing is too crazy for words and I want no part of it. My fiance says he is accustomed to his mother's eccentricities, but the decision will be mine. I need an ally. ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. DEAR ROCK: Your fiance can call his mother "eccentric" if he wants to, but she is clearly off her ever-lovin' rocker. It's up to you to lay down the law. It reads: No dogs. * * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am not much of a writer, so please rewrite this letter and publish Mr. Wagenblast George H. Wagenblast of Brighton was honored Sunday at a birthday party given in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Wagenblast. Twenty-five persons were served a buffet dinner and evening meal. Mrs. Richard Foster and Mrs. Edward Wagenblast assisted the hosts. The honoree, a retired farm' er, was born Aug. 6, 1878 in Brighton, and lives with anqtlier son and daughter-in-law, Mr.' and Mrs, Henry Wagenlast. it in the paper. I couldn't risk having your reply come to the house because my husband often opens the mail. , We have been married nine years and we both want a baby so badly we can hardly stand it. I've been to several doctors and they all tell me I'm in good physical health and that I should be able to have children. Then I get the inevitable question: "Has your husband been checked?" Well,, the answer is, "No, he hasn't." And furthermore he refuses even to discuss it. If we are not having a family because of him I believe I have the right to know it. I could then s'top aggravating myself and go ahead with adoption proceedings. Why would a man be so obstinate when he knows this is so vital to my happiness? Please tell me what to do. EMPTY NURSERY DEAR FRIEND: Your husband can't face the possibility that he is the cause for the empty nursery. Of course it's absurd, but some men equate fertility with masculinity. Say no more. Start adoption proceedings. Often when childless couples resign themselves to adoption feelings of anxiety are removed and they find themselves on the' stork's delivery route. * * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have a problem with my 13- year-old daughter. She always has somebody else's clothes on. I would hate to tell you the amount of money I spend on that,girl's outfits, not to mention the hours of shopping for just the right dresses, skirts, blouses, sweaters, and slacks. Then • I never 'sea, them on her. There are four girls in her little circle and they all enjoy wearing one another's things much more than their own. I want to put a stop to it. My husband says it's not that important. What do you say? V. L. DEAR V, L.: Skip it. This is a phase she'll outgrow. Your husband is right —don't make an issue of it. * * * * If alcohol is robbing you College Notes Miss Julia Schnabel has completed summer courses at Southern Illinois University, Carbondaie, and is vacationing with hep parents, Dr. and Mrs. Jphn H. Schnabel, at 907 Washington Aye. Miss Schnabel will return to the school in September as a senior student. DO YOU TWIDDLE A FIDDLE? TOOT A HORN? WELL! GET 'EM OUT OP MOTHBAM.S AND TRY OUT FOR THE ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA Visit or Call MK, PIWKY at the IIALl'JN MUSIC CO., 651 B. Broadway, Alton. I'hoiio 4U2-OC6G 00 IT NOW! » BY GRAVEMANN • EVERY TUESDAY 1$ CHILDREN'S PAY! ThU event U held over indefinitely by popular demand! 6 Direct C»lcr WALLET PORTRAITS All different «A ..... 6t or someone you love of health and dignity, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," enclosing with your request 20c 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 The Area's Most Complete Coin-On LAUNDRf FACILITIES InchidliiR the "BlR Boy Washer" ; EASY-WASH ANtf DRV CLEAN CENTER Stnte & Delmur—North Alton Open Dally 8 to B—Sun. 1-8 p.m. DON OTT Jeweler VVIIshlre Shopping Center Custom Repair on. Jewelry and Watcher' FREE-FREE-FREE Dry With Washing Every Tues. and Thurs. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. QUICK CLEAN CENTER No. 3 Eastgate Plaza EAST ALTON Completely Air Cooled FREE Delivery ZIKE Pharmacy 927 E. Airline Dr.,R.H.« Dial CL, 0-2203 SORRY Selection* of Summer Dresses & Sportswear are getting smaller. Don't jwaft too long and misj oiif pn theibargains, ' 4> MonMcello BEAUTY ,SAI$N PHONE JrJO 2.713) Open JttQii, ami prl,; Augmt Special! $10,00 cold wave complete with conditioning shampoo, haircut ^// / w j and style, mm 39 t Use yeur Qfegrgt f t #e Appointment Nwesswy Haircut*

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