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ALTON EVENING TELEGtUPtt MONDAY, AUGUSf 26,1963 Fall Winter Weddings Set Mf.' arid Mrs. William G. Almonroeder, 1031 Diamond St., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jo Ann, and David Michael Starr, son of Mrs. Virginia Starr, 2923 Edwards St., and Carl Starr of Mount Vernon. The couple will be married In early November in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of Alton High School, and attended Southern Illinois University here. She is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co., and is a member of Phi Gamma Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. The, prospective bridegroom attended Mount Vernon High School and SIU in Carbondale. He was graduated last April from Parks Air College, St. LouiS) and is an employe of Mississippi Valley Helicopter, Inc. of Si. Louis. Wood-Auletti Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Auletti of San Mateo, Calif., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jan Miriam, and Harrison Willard Wood of San Francisco. Mr. Harrison is the son of Harrison WilJard Wood of Little Rock, and a grandson of Mrs.: Frank P. Hearne of 329 Alby St. His brother is James Scott;Wood of Alton. The wedding is planned for early January in San Francisco. Miss Auletti is a graduate of the University of California, where her social sorority is Delta Gamma. Her fiance was graduated from Moorestown Friends School in Moorestown, N. J., and from the University of Kentucky at Lexington where his social fraternity was Phi Sigma Kappa. He is employed by Formica Corp. in San Francisco. Date Set For Coronation Of Peterie November 2 was selected as the date of the annual Coronation of Petere by the Sig-Tri-Hi Organization at their meeting Saturday. The event to be in the large ballroom of the Mineral Springs Hotel will feature the crowning of Miss Sig-Tri-Hi, Queen of the Court of Knowledge, and the introduction of 1963 "debutantes." The next meeting will be on Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Head-Kaczynski Nuptials Read Miss Carol Loraine Kaczynski and PO 2.C. Stephenson Anderson Head were married Thursday in St. Mary's Catholic Church of Escondido, Calif. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaczynski of San Marcos, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Head of 908 McKinley Blvd., are parents of the bridegroom. Mr. Head is stationed at the Sari' Diego Naval Base. College Notes Miss P r i s c i 11 a Petersen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Petersen, 1217 Central Ave., left Sunday for the University of Arkansas where she will participate in sorority rush week. She is treasurer of her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. Miss Petersen will be a senior student at the university. Also leaving Sunday for the University of Arkansas was Miss Patricia Barton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barton of 2340 Edwards St. She will participate in rush activities for her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. Miss Barton will be a senior student this fall. Miss Sharrol Saunders of 336 Rosedale Drive, Rosewood Heights, is among new students who will enroll in Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan. Classes will begin Sept. 13. Miss Carol Ringering, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ringering, 2324 Edwards St., left Sunday to begin her junior year at Illinois College in Jacksonville. The sociology-psychology major will work at the Illinois School for the Deaf in connection with her college classes. MISS ALMONROEDER MISS AULETTI What Is Right? By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer Summer fun and leisure sometimes create problems as carefree capers take a serious turn. Here are some letters that indicate as much. "On a recent occasion I went to the beach with another girl and two boys. We all changed into bathing suits in one boy's car," writes a 17-year-old girl. "The boys weren't anywhere around at the time, but my par ents were so shocked when I told them that I feel terrible. There was nothing to it and the kids didn't think anything of it. But I'm forbidden to ride in the boy's car again, to go to the beach with him, etc. My father would prefer it if I never saw him again. I've never heard such a blow-up in my life." While this particular incident was harmless, your parents no doubt are worried about your casual attitude toward it. A 16-year-old girl writes: "I am spending the summer with my aunt and uncle in a big house. The only boy I liked is going out with my 18-year-old cousin. He is 20. He seems to like me so much that when he calls on my cousin, he finds excuses to delay going out on their date. I am blonde, and considered very pretty, and my cousin is jealous of me. I think the boy is going to ask me for a date, as he doesn't seem so interested in my cousin anymore. Should A Lovelier You I go out with him from the house or meet him somewhere to avoid my cousin's temper?" If he does ask you for a date, it should be completely on the up-and-up with your cousin. It will certainly upset your relations with the family if you accept his attentions, especially if you have led him on. If the boy does break off with your cousin, and writes to you after you have returned to your own home for a date, the entire situation would be different. Here's another dilemma: "I am working at the soda fountain in a drug store. A new boy in town has been coming in every night for a soda, and trying to date me. I like him very much but the boys I know have told me all sorts of things about him. Now I'm afraid to go out with him, even though he seems very nice. I am 17. He is 19. Should I go out with him once?" It is good to have friends give you advice, but no one should be condemned without some sort of hearing. The boys could be jealous because of your interest in him. Invite him to your home and let your family size him up. You could ask him to play some outdoor game or records indoors. If he is sincerely interested in you, he will see you on your own terms at your home. Naturally, later on, he will want to take you some place, and by that time you and your family will know something about him. Versatility of Costumes WORD-A-DAY 6 VOO-HOOJ DEAR, i OUGHT SOMS QUESTS •U3MEF0R DINNER/" By MARY SUE MILLER Your first fall costume, what will it be? The chances are it really will be a costume, in the true sense of the word. Fashion's enthusiasm for costumes is at fever pitch. Suits are assembled with shirts and weskits, coats with one and two-piece dresses. Jumpers come with a blouse or sweater, dresses with jackets and scarves. But rather than form, the crux of new costumes is their completely relaxed air. This is derived partly from the skim of silhouettes and partly from the unexpected, inventive combinations of fabrics and colors, For example, a tweed suit is combined with a flannel weskit and silk shirt. A velveteen jumper takes a knit blouse. A shaggy coat shelters a wool crepe dress. Colors are always plural—related but seldom matching. Under a taupe coat, a dress might be gray. A red-and-green plaid suit might sport a chamois- colored vest and a white blouse. But make no mistake, there is never anything helter-skelter about the combinations. The nonchalance is not unstudied. Another point in favor of costumes is their new versatility. Each part is constructed to stand alone, to be worn by itself. The advantage, of course, is the opportunity for increased changes. What woman ever has enough! Diet and Like It! Reduce without starving! Send for my purse-sized booklet, "Diet... And Like It," which includes: Shortcuts to dieting; a calorie calculator; simplified menu planning; your model weight. For your copy, write Mary Sue Miller In care of Alton Telegraph, enclosing 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Q 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Make that stew a day ahead of serving, cool, cover and chill. Then lift off the top layer of hardened fat before re-heating. If members of your family are on low-fat diets, they'll appreciate this effort of yours. Open House In Brighton Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rothe of Brighton will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home Sept. 1 from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Rothe is the former Miss Ruth Meyer. The couple was married Sept. 1, 1938 In St. Charles, Mo. The event is being given by their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Beuttel of Brighton, and their son, Herbert, who lives with his parents. Zetas Rush The Phi Chapter of Zeta Beta Psi entertained 25 rushees at a tea at the home of Miss Kathy Peters, Fairmount Addition, Sunday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Each rushee was presented with a rose, the traditional Zeta flower. At a meeting following the tea, plans were discussed for the induction of rushees. The next meeting will be Monday in the home of Miss Pam Ward, 1604 State St., at 7 p.m. Mrs, Wienshienk Mrs. Isadore Wienshienk of 832 Washington Ave., was called to Kansas City, Mo., late Saturday following the death of her brother, Sam Cohen, Fine Hair Styling! BETTY and JULIE'S Beauty Salon 80S Henry St, Phone HO HMI Alton appointment TRY CURL RITE BEAUTY SALON SOI Smith E. Alton Call: 361-6860 Open Tuesday thru Saturday Schien'i Week-End Wedding Rites The Family Diemer* VodUr Social Briefs Couples Observe Anniversaries THE KODROS Mr and Mrs. Gus J. Kodros of 2216 Virginia Ave. were honored at a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kodros, 2317 Russell Ave., Sunday, in observance of their silver wedding anniversary. Members of the families were invited for the occasion. Mr. Kodros 1 mother, Mrs. John Kodros, arrived home from a visit in Canada in time for the party. The couple was married 25 years ago in Festus, Mo. The party hosts were attendants at the ceremony. The honorees are parents of four children. They are Mrs. Robert Cox, who is living in France where her husband is stationed with the Army; Mrs. Geraid Garvey of Alton; John and Gus Jr. who live at home. Mr. Kodros is employed by Alton Box Board Co. in its Godfrey plant. THE WISNASKYS Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wisnasky of 212 Bender Ave., Rosewood Heights, received friends in the Veterans Memorial Center of Edwardsville Saturday in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Among the 120 guests were the attendants at their wedding, Mrs. Ralph Blake of Edwardsville and W. G. True of Roxana. THE CARROLLS Mrs. Helen Angel of 3200 Edwards St., honored her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee G. Carroll, at an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The event was in celebration of their 45th wedding anniversary. Seventy-five guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll of Detroit, Mich., have been visiting for two weeks with Mrs. Angel and her daughter. * * » * The Carricos Mr. and Mrs. Ross Carrico left Saturday to return to their home in San Diego, Calif. They visited for a week with Mr. Carrico's aunt, Mrs. Nettie Carrico, 503 State St. Ann Landers Miss McOwan Miss Peggy McOwan, bride- to-be of Frank Sicuso was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower in the Onized Club Saturday at 7 p.m. Thirty guests were present. Hostesses for the event were sisters of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs.' , Mitchell Barcelona, Mrs. Julia Klopfer, and Mrs. John Bowman. Miss McOwan will be feted Wednesday by Miss Linda Hayes and Miss Dottle Kitchens, her co-workers at Hlh, .s Bell Telephone Co. The party will be in the Onized Club. The bride-elect is the daughter of W. R. McOwan, 322 Brentwood Blvd. She will be married Sept. 8, in Leesville, La. Junior Betas Members of the junior chapter of Beta Gamma Upsilon entertained 30 guests at a rush tea in the home of Miss Kathy Leigh, 902 Alton St., Sunday. Miss Nancy Cannedy, president of the sorority, explained the group activities and pledging duties to the rushees. The Misses Ann Childers and Sally Maucker served. Mrs. Pettengill Mrs. Clare Pettengill of 2710 College Ave., returned recently from a month's vacation at North Star Lake, Wis. She was ac.companied by Miss Ellen Machin of Central College, Fayette, Mo. Miss Machin was formerly a teacher in the Alton school system. Return Home Mrs. Ana Cochran, 715 Henry St., and her daughter, Mrs. Louise Sykes, 264 Madison Ave., returned Sunday from Eldorah, Iowa. There they attended the wedding of Mrs. Cochran's grandson, Ronald Cochran, and Miss Barbara O'Brian. They were accompanied by Mrs. Leo Grummel and daughter, Mary, of Carrollton. Miss Turner Miss Beverly Ann Turner, fiancee of Norman A. Hunt, was honored Friday at a shosver in Fosterburg Town Hall. Mrs. Donald G. Hausman was hostess, assisted by Mrs. John Hausman. Miss Turner and Mr. Hunt will be married Sept. 14 in Zion Presbyterian Church, Fosterburg. Toastmasters Four Toastmasters from the Alton area represented the local club at the 32nd annual convention of Toastmasters International in St. Louis last week. Local club members attending were L. L. Anderson, president; Carroll Knutson, educational vice president; William E. Ghenn, past president; and Victor L. Stamps, area governor. Birthday Party Miss Kimberly Cummings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cummings, celebrated her fourth birthday at a party Saturday. The event was given by her mother at their home, 112 Charlene St., East Alton. Sixteen guests were present. The Isringhausens The family of the late John Isringhausen reunited Sunday at Rock Spring Park pavilion from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A basket dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Clayton Heiderscheid of 110 W. Fourth St., Hartford, was chairman of the event. The Riches Mr. and Mrs. Sam.J. Rich of 1119 Danforth St., returned home Sunday from a two-week vacation in Colorado. In Denver, they visited Mrs. Rich's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Colowick and their daughter, Julia. . Miss Judy Marie Foellef and Harold Boysen Diemer, til, were married at 8 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Dr. Cortley Burroughs, minister of the First Presbyterian Church, officiated at the ceremony. The couple received friends in Hotel Stratford following the ceremony. The Harvey Vollertsen Trio provided music for dancing. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pogue Foeller of Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boysen Diemer, 280 Madison Ave., are parents of the bridegroom. Miss Nancy Lynn Foeller served as her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Susan Ray Diemer, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sandra Marlene Gilbert. The groom was attended by Richard Hayes of Jefferson City, Mo.; Terry Ralston of Kansas City, Mo.; Ronald Arnett of West Palm Beach, Fla.; Kenneth Hodgson of Cocoa Beach, Fla.; Allan Edward Mothersill of Kirkwood, Mo.; and Eugene Sanders. The bride wore a gown of embroidered organza over taffeta styled with a detachable empire jacket. The bell-shaped skirt featured a detachable cathedral train. A crown of pearl- ized lilies of the valley secured her fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried an heirloom prayer book overlaid with white Belmont gardenias. Her attendants were attired in dresses of yellow nylon sheer featuring a gold velvet sash. Hats of matching fabric roses held their circular veils, and their flowers were nosegays of white-gold glameilis. The bride is a senior student at the University of Missouri. Her social sorority is Pi Beta Phi. Mr. Diemer attended the University of Illinois and will be a senior student at the University of Missouri majoring in business administration. Following his graduation next June, he will enter the School of Medicine. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity. Following a honeymoon in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and the Smoky Mountains, the couple will live in Columbia, Mo. Out-of-town guests included Lt. Col. and Mrs. George A. Brenner, uncle and aunt of the bride, and their daughter, Kimberly, of Winter Park, Fla. Moore- Doesn't Want Advice Hubbell DEAR ANN: Please excuse the mistakes in this letter. I have two black eyes and one of them is completely shut. I married a man I knew only three weeks. He seemed like [ such a perfect Ig e n tl e m a n I i could hardly be- £'lieve it when he knocked out my pivot tooth on fyftowr honeymoon. •i^j He loses his : temper over the /silliest things. I- Like last night- Ann Landers, he hit me because the TV broke down. He said I should "watch those things." We've been married less than seven months and I've already spent $380 of my own money with the dentist. I've had so many bruises and shiners I've lost count. When I ordered beefsteak from the butcher yesterday he said, "To eat or for your eye?" I'm ashamed to go out in the neighborhood anymore. Please help me, Ann, but don't tell me to leave him. I love this man, He is truly wonderful betsveen these spells. Thanks a lot— QUEENIE DEAR QUEENIE: So you love the man and you don't want me to tell you to leave him. Fine. Stay with him until he scrambles your brains and put you in the hospital with a fractured skull. Perhaps when your money is gone, and your credit at the blood bank runs out, you'll write for some advice you can use instead of telling me what not to tell you. * * * * DEAR ANN: I am a college graduate, 26, and have been dating a very beautiful girl since last February. Lila is 21 and she is really terrific, The only thing missing is that she refuses to express an opinion. Last night the two of us had dinner and instead of going to a movie I suggested a long drive. I wanted to make one last effort to get her to talk about something—anything. Her contribution to four hours of conversation was as follows: "You can say that again." •"Well, I'll be darned." "Isn't that the truth?" "And how!" When I asked her direct questions she replied, "I don't know how I feel about that." Why would a girl be so reluctant to express herself on any subject whatever? Please explain this mystery. —8TH WONDER DEAR 8TII: Don't look now, Buddy Boy, but the girl is brainless. If she had an idea it would probably give her a headache. And if you can listen to "And how!" "You can say that again." "Well, I'll be darned" for seven months and call the girl "terrific" you obviously do not require intellectual stimulation from your female companions. * * * * DEAR ANN: Three cheers for you. You've scored again! You've given frustrated American parents across the continent the key to handling their children. In your reply to "Maple Leaf Mother" you said, "Teen-agers have a truly magnificent way of living up to their parents' high opinion of them." I'm a teen-ager who can tell you from experience that this approach really works. I used to live next door to a girl my age who was being raised by an aunt and an uncle. They told her she was "no good" so often that the poor thing finally got into the worst kind of trouble. She had nothing to live up to. My parents have always made me feel trustworthy. They just expect me to live to their high opinion of me. And I, would rather die than let them down. , —TEEN 16 DEAR TEEN: And three cheers right back to you. And a loud hurrah for your parents, too. Letters like yours brighten my day. It's good to hear from someone who chooses the .high road and discovers it leads to happiness. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate The Bride Cooks Supper Something different, inspired by the Chinese cuisine. Tomato Juice Crackers Fried Rice With Crabmeat Chicken Chow Mein or Pepper Steak Honeydew Melon Beverage Fried Rico With Crabmeat 1 tablespoon salad (not olive) oil; l J / 2 cups chilled cooked rice; 1% teaspoons instant onion; 1 can (3 ounces) chopped mushrooms, drained; 5 or 6 (V» of a 5-ounce can) water chestnuts, sliced; 8 ounces frozen king crabmeat, thawed; 4 teaspoons soy sauce. Heat the oil in a 9- or 10-inch skillet; add the rice, onion, mushrooms, water chestnuts, crabmeat and soy sauce; mix well. Heat fairly rapidly stirring as necessary. Makes 3 to 4 servings if served with another Chinese main dish. GOING back to school? SWEATERS New Colors — New Styles. James Kenrob by DALTON Paulene's Fashions Montloollo ST, MARY'S 536 E, 3rd Street IGE CREAM AND WATERMELON SOCIAL WED.. AUQ. 28th Starting at 7 p.m. • Music f Games • Novelties § Colfee • Cake Miss Ann Karen Hubbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hubbell, 331 Brentwood Blvd., became the bride of Max William Moore, 3706 Shady Ct., at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in First Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert Simpson officiated. The couple received friends in the church social rooms following the ceremony. Mrs. Janet Cline of Fort Wayne, Ind., cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Carolyn Miller and Miss Jane Cook.' Neil Pierce of Fort Wayne, Ind., served as best man. Keith Henninger of Muncie, Ind,, Murray Munger, James Vanderford, and David Engle, all of Fort Wayne, Ind., were groomsmen. Mrs. Edmond Fletcher furnished nuptial music. The bride wore a gown of peau de soie with lace ap- pliques adorning the bodice and semi-controlled skirt which fell into a chapel train. Her illusion veil was secured to a petal crown of lace and pearls. She carried a semi-cascade arrangement of white orchids and stephanotis. Her attendants were attired in ballerina length dresses of blue sata-peau designed with three-quarter tunics. Their flowers were cascades of carnations. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and Purdue University School of Pharmacy. Mr. Moore was graduated from Purdue University with a degree in industrial education. The couple will live at J41-7 Airport Road, W. Lafayette, Ind. DRAPERIES WADE FREE With Pwrchqw of Material at $1.99 Yd, and Up Our experienced personnel will assist you with your decorating needs. SB ft RPET CO. J836 MAIN BT, - PHONE 4«W62fi or WILSHJltE VILLAGE - UM-4832 AIRS. MOORE MRS. DIEMER Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schniicd- or, Urbana, a son, first child, 8 pounds, 2:01 p.m. Sunday, Carle Hospital, Urbana. Mrs. Schmieder is the former Ann Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Murray of Wood River. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmieder Sr., Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Gornld Itexford, 1409 Bloomer Drive, a daughter, 7 pounds, 2 ounces, 1:53 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Diane 9, Gerald Paul 8, Carol Ann 6, and Linda Lee, 22' months. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cairns, 604 St. Anthony's Drive, Godfrey, a daughter, Debra Sue, 8 pounds, 1 ounce, 8:15 a.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Jeffrey, 6, and Steven, 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark, Kane, a son, Kenneth David, 8 pounds, 9 ounces, 8:46 a.m., Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Belinda, 20 months. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Titsworth, 527 Melrose, South Roxana, a son, Brian Joe, 8 pounds and 12 ounces, 10:26 p.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Lori Lynn, 2%. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Bridgeman, 1120 Wallace St., a son, Benjamin F. Jr., 8 pounds, 6 ounces, 11:56 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital, first child. Mrs. Bridgeman is the former Miss Sally Ann Tinsley, daaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tinsley of Alton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bridgeman, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plerson, 2400 Claire Ave., a son, Michael Eugene, 8 pounds and 4 ounces, 12:42 p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Kenneth Leroi, 3% and Andrea Renee, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beste, Thirteenth Street, Edwardsville, a daughter, 7 pounds, 13 ounces, 4:43 p.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Russell, Rte. 1, Bethalto, a daughter, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, 1:13 p.m., Sunday, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder children: Larra 10, James Jr. 7, and Denise 4. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Funk, 907 Logan St., a son, Michael Patrick, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 4:15 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital, Elder children, Elizabeth Ann, 5, Joan Marie, Mother's Helper Hcimomi tr ftana» PERHAPS ymt permit youngster and a friend or to* to sleep overnight in yowr yard — in a tent and/or with Bleeping 1 bags. Impress vpon them that they are not t» leave your property for aar reason, daring the night. And quiet both at night and earir morning is essential for Dad and the neighbors. e W6J, 4, Donald L. Jr., 3, and Patricia Lynn, 18 months. Mr. and Mrs 1 . George Smith, West Alton, Mo., a daughter, Cynthia Michelle, 7 pounds and 8 ounces, 12:56 p.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Michael, 14 months. Sgt. and Mrs. Carl E. Baker, 725 Rice St., Wood River, a daughter, Belynda Renea, 7 pounds, 11:05 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Brian Patrick, 4, and Bruce Elliott, 3. Sgt. Baker Is with the Marine Corps, stationed in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Carson W. Oberlander, Dow, a daughter, Stacey Kaylene, 7 pounds, 1 ounce, 12:39 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Charles Randall, 6, Kurt Allen, 4, and Brian William, 2. DON on Jeweler Wllshlro Shopping Center ELGIN & HAMILTON WATCHES PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central Ave., HO BY GRAVEMANN EVERY TUESDAY IS CHILDREN'S DAY! This event is being held over indefinitely by popular demand! 6 Direct Color WALLET PORTRAITS All different $o posses &i« LA VOGUE BEAUTY SALON 202 E. Main, East Alton Next to Silver Ridge Market Special AUG. 20.AUG. 31 QUR REGULAR (10.00 PERMANENT $ " with flair S^Je god 0yf Hours! 9 A.W. • 8 P.M. • We are happy to have Jan Nowlan back witji us.. She will be glad to see her old friends and customers—with or without appointment,

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