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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ES^EVEN Party at Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Victor Yaeger, left, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Abbott Saturday night at the dance at Lockhaven Country Club, attended by 100 persons. Theme -of the party was "Back to School." Dr. and Mrs. Ed Davidson won the prize for the best costume. Wally Master's Orchestra played. On Labor Day the club had its annual barbecue for families and friends from 4-8 p.m. Some 700 persons were served. Sea?ns to Me Some Sewin Machine Hints Invitations Mailed for Shurtlef f Reunion ledge widths. 7. While stitching, guide fabric with both hands. It's a good idea to hold two layers of fabric a little taut, with your left hand holding the seam back of the needle and the right holding it in front. This is because the bottom layer tends to feed a little faster than (he top one. But, be sure not to pull the fabric backward or forward. Just guide it and the machine will feed it so that your stitches are equal in length. * * * * * Miss Scolt is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their questions in her column, hut because of the great volume of mail received daily, she cannot answer individual letters. Patricia Scott has prepared a booklet, which gives complete instructions for altering so that finished garments will fit perfectly. For your copy of this guide to correct fitting, write to Patricia Scott in care of this newspaper, enclosing By PATRICIA SCOTT If you've just purchased your first sewing machine there are many things you'll have to loam, from how to sit to stitching a straight line. Here are some hints: 1. Be sure the machine is near a good light, but not facing it. 2. Use a straight chair or sewing stool placed directly in front of the machine. Sit upright. The feet should be squarely on the floor if a knee lover is used. 3. Learn to control the electric power. Place the knee lever or foot pedal in a comfortable position. Practice starting and stopping The amount of pressure put on pedal or lever determines speed. Learn to stitch smoothly at both low and high speeds. 4. To practice straight lines, curves, etc., leave the machine unthreaded and "stitch" on paper. The needle simply perforates the paper slowly. In turning a corner, stop with the needle down when you reach the corner. Raise the presser foot and pivot the paper on the needle. Then lower the presser foot and continue. 6. When stitching on fabric, use any of these guides until you learn to operate the machine accurately without aids: j A) Use the seam guide attach-j ment. ! B) If you don't have the seam! guide, attach a strip of contact jFrom ILLINOIS MEDICAL ASSN. is estimated to occur in about six - - -- • • ,,!.-•- p ersons j n every thousand—or a total of 800,000 in the United States foot.'" " ! misunderstood is that of gout. . j alone—with 95 per cent of its Some 190 invitations have been mailed to alumni of Shurtlelf College for the reunion to take place Oct. 26 in the Skyroom of Hotel Stratford. The committee asks that any alumnus of the college, who has not received an Invitation, contact Mrs. Jack Foster, of 1220 Pine St., or C. Joel Payne of 3235 Theresa St. The invitations announce that there will be a mixer from 6-7 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner at 7 p.m. There will be dancing from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. An out- of-towners meeting is planned for 5-6 p.m. The committee announces that reservations must be made by Sept. 26. 21 Pledges Inducted By Thetas Twenty-one young women were pledged by Theta Rho Epsilon sorority Sunday evening in a ceremony conducted in the home of Miss Kaela Moore, 1124 Washington Ave. The rushees and their mothers were honored at a tea in the home of Miss Nancy Huff, 1903 Washington Ave., prior to the induction. Received as pledges were the Misses Teresa Judkins, Linda Miller, Mary Jo Weiss, Marilyn Blume, Carol Westbrook, Susan Moehle, Kathy Stieger, Stephanie Hand, Janet Brown, Jennifer Bailey Joyce Greer, Kathy Grover, Jane Patterson, Colette Turk, Sandy King, Frankie Synak, Kathy Nicholson, Barbara Buttry and Carole Admire. Thornhills Observe Anniversary The 49th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert T. Thornliill of 601 Mildred St. was observed Sunday during a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Thornhill, son and daughter-in-law of the couple, were host to the event in their home at 443 E. 15th St. Mr. Thornhill and /the former Miss Hilda S. Dittmer were married in St. Louis on Sept. 7, 1914, and have lived in Alton since that time. They have 11 children, 33 grandchildren and 8 great- grandchildren. i Among the 56 relatives at the I anniversary observance were Mr. and Mrs. Henvy Bussman and daughter of Walshville, 111.; Mrs. Floyd Bourbon and children of Phoenix. Ariz.; Ernest Banderman of Summit, Mo.; Mrs. Betty McMullen and son of Woodson Terrace, Mo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton and children of Taylorville, 111. a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 25c in coin to cover costs of printing and handling. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Mother's Helper H«im«n« tt Ptaraeii Safeguard Your Health New Facts About Gout tape to the head of the machine Of (he many types of arthritis just to the right of the presser known io man, probably the most C) Follow ruled lines next toj Gouty arthritis is an inflam- leed on machine 1 . I)i Since your presser foot has one wide and one narrow prong, you can use it as a guide for two OMEGA and HAMILTON WATCHES See Our Selection EDWARD OTT JEWELER Authorized Distributor Stratford Hotel Bldg. | ination of the joints — occurring most often in the big toes — arising from an accumulation of uric acid in the Moor). We take on uric; acid with the consumption of fat. organ meats (such as liver, kidney and sweet breads) and some types of fish and vegetables. Normally, the victims being adult males. The disease—regarded for generations as an affliction of blue- bloods—is actually more closely i associated with business and educational achievement than with social heritage. This finding was reported recently by a team of physicians who measured the concentration of body excretes tbe acid. in some individuals, however- ^ thflt due to an inherent metabolic^, ..,.. disturbance — the body lacks the capacity to eliminate it and the uric acid accumulates in the blood, making the individual susceptible to attacks of gout. Gout is characterized by severe pain and red swelling around a joint, with the surrounding skin becoming extremely sensitive to even the slightest touch. The pain may be accompanied by fever and a general feeling of illness. An attack may last several days or even weeks, if untreated. A fairly common condition, gout BEAUTY SALON PHONE HO 2-7131 Open Mou. and Frl. Nites "f II 9 P.M. Moke Pall an exciting and glamorous season for you . . . Start with a natural, flattering coif. Ourreg. 12.50 cold wave specially priced at HAIR CUTS $1.50 • U»« Your Charge Account • No Appointment Necessary 625 uric acid in five groups of men. per cent of the executives tested had above- average concentrations in their blood, in contrast with only 12 per cent of the craftsmen. Additional studies on scientists and medical and high school students showed an association of uric elevation with intelligence, but not with social class or family origin. Treatment for gout begins with the administration of colchicine drugs for the relief of pain. TOUR nursery-schooler will have a tremendous sense of accomplishment if she can memorize and recite her own full name, address, telephone number. Dad's name and where Dad works. And it might happen that her possession of this knowledge could come m handy! It won't take much time to teach her these facts, and to review them frequently. *.i I9W. Ntw York Herald Ttlbunc. Inc. Bayleys Plan Anniversary Open House Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Bayley will observe (heir 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house. The couple will receive friends from 2 until 5 p.m. in their home at 1116 McPherson Ave. Hosts to the event will be the couple's son, Ronald; and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Figge of Springfield. Mr. Bayley and the former Miss Lois Belt were married in Morganfield, Ky., on Sept. 8, 1938, and have lived here for the past 22 years. He Is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co., in Its engineering department, and she is an employe of Hack's Lingerie Store. The couple has one grandchild. Family Reunion Seventy persons attended the fourth annual reunion of the Meisenheimer family Monday on the Onized clubgrounds. A basket dinner was served. Mrs. George Lagemann was honored as the eldest member present; Grace Sackett, two-week- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sackett, as the youngest present; and Mrs. Clifford Meisenheimer as the relative who came from the farthest distance. Mrs. Meisenheimer came with her three children from Rhode Island. Among the guests at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs, Albert Meisenheimer of Cape Girardeau, Mo. The family will meet next on Labor day next year. University Library Expanding URBANA, 111. - The nation's largest state university library at the University of Illinois showed continuing steady growth during fiscal 1962-63, the annual report of Dean Robert B. Downs reveals. Total processed items in all libraries as of June 30, 1963 was 4.935,761, compared to 4,694,505 a year ago and 4,257,676 two years ago. In his report to President David D. Henry, Dean Downs, scheduled to return Sept. 7 from a State Department mission to Afghanistan, said "the Library's progress in all major aspects during the period , was gratifying, especially in the growth of its collections for research and study, its increased use by students, faculty and staff, and in improvements in physical facilities." Breakdown of the total shows 4,616,550 in libraries at Urbana- Champaign, 154,863 at .the U. of I. at the Medical Center, Chicago, and 164,348 at the Chicago Undergraduate Division. At Urbana alone are 3,370,861 volumes, 506,541 pamphlets, 128.927 microtexts, 7,063 manuscripts, 235,324 music scores, 251,840 maps and aerial photographs, 100,655 prints and broadsides and 15,339 sound recordings. During the past 15 years, the library at Urbana has grown from 2,669,668 total items to 4,616,550. Probably the most spectacular aspect of this growth has occurred A Lovelier Von To Combat Sallowin fyfc«*WUU Color Beauty You'll be proud as a peacock of your exquisite, new towels, cloths, scarves, glamorized with these graceful motifs. Fun to do. Embroidery you'll proudly show. Pattern 622: directions; transfer of 8 motifs 5x6% to 6x11% inches. Thirty-five cents hi coins tot this pattern — add 16 cents (or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Biggest Bargain in Needlecraft History! New 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25 cents? A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, send 25 cents right now. in microtexts, which from 650 to 128,927. increased Brown a cup of thin onion strips lightly in a little butter or margarine; add a pound can of baked beans, a couple of tablespoons of molasses and a half teaspoon dry mustard. Mix well and heat slowly. Serve with ham slices warmed in a skillet. Visitors Leave Dr. Charlotte Holmes of Sulphur Springs, Ark., accompanied by her husband, Chambell Holmes, and the couple's daughter, returned home Friday after a visit here. The family stayed with Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis of 607 Anderson Ave. CARPET - - I • BINDING • ALTERATION • SEWING • SERGING • RE-WEAVING Expertly Done by Our Carpet Specialists By MARY RUE Mtt.LER This is the day of reckoning for the reckless among sun-worshipers. The deeply tanned skin that looked so right with swim suits looks all wrong with fall suits. The situation may get worse before it gets better, too. For as a dark tan fades, the skin is apt to grow sallow and leathery. But that unhappy outcome can be prevented, or at least softened, by various cosmetic measures: —To combat sallowing, apply a stimulation cream several times weekly. Applications rouse circulation, and so bring fresh color and resiliency. —If the skin shows a tendency to flake, use a grainy wash about every third day. It both smooths the surface and deep-cleanses. But be not ovefzealous—never apply grains and stimulation treatment the same day. —At bedtime gently massage with a moisturized emollient. —In the make-up department, there is many a trick to enhance the skin until it gets back to normal. The simplest is a powder base, a bit lighter than your tan and laced with pink. Dr the skin tone can be neutralized with white translucid under- base, before application ol your accustomed foundation shade. Or a bit of rouge might supply the just-right amount of bloom. —The tender lip—scuffed and dry from sun—responds to lipsticks with a medicated Inner ring that supplies healing allan toin. A totally new concept, such lipsticks condition as beautifully as they color—to a luscious cherry or coral tone that perfectly offsets fading tans. A LOVELIER COMPLEXION Whatever your skin problems, to find a solution send for my booklet. "A Lovelier Complexion." Detailed advice contained Includes the correct care for dry, oily, combination and normal skin types; proper application methods; treatments for blackheads, enlarged pores, circles, wrinkles, creplness, etc. For your copy of "A Lovelier Com- ple::lon," write Mary Sue Miller In care of this newspaper, enclosing a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 20c In coin to cover cost and handling. ©1963, Publishers Newspaper Synd. Carr Reunion Seventy eight persons attended the Carr Family Reunion held Monday at the Onized Club- grounds. Mrs. Ethel Carr of Kane was the eldest in attendance, anc Vicky Lee Tempen, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tempen ol Jerseyville, was the youngest. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Carr of near Carrollton came the farthest for the reunion, and Mr. and Mrs Leslie C. Carr of Wood River hat been married the longest. (AM i BLUE/] ^—~~ ->>{— /iSs^v M Lillmaee Council, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Faulstich hall. Alton Women of the Moose will meet at 8 p.m. today in the Moose Lodge. Formal initiation will be conducted. 4966 SIZES U'A-24'/z BOLEX Movie Cameras HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California HO 5-SOM Styled to Slim PRINTED PATTERN Beneath your fall hat— the dash of a scarf-tied neckline, the news of side-buttoning. So young, slimming in silk, cotton, rayon. Printed Pattern 4966: Half Sizes 14%, 16%, 18'/», 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% requires 4% yards 39-inch fabric. Fifty cents In coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Size and Style Number. Pattern free I Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 466-1145 "The Store with the Carpet On tbe Sidewalk!" OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.! IS A LOW PRICE MOST IMPORTANT? Not when someone is very sick and needs medicine. Then, you depend on a pharmacy like ours, where you get every possible service that can help you most. It isn't difficult for any discounter to give you a less than needed price on a few of the fastest ic.lllng drugs. Part of the loss can be made up by also discounting service, the rest by high profit, iwfai)iillur-to-you-i>roducts. We offer no "bait bargains", just honestly fair prices, always, on we supply. YOUK DOCTOK CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if chopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. Mtij we compound yours? -0079 ,Sl«wai< c "Prescription Chemists" AlION ILL. No Appointment Necessary Bettfl CURL RITE BEAUTY SALON 301 Smith E. Alton Cttll: 254-0880 Open Tues. thru Sat. Lodg es Complete Coin-Op DRY CLEANING FACILITIES! All «hc Worb Will Be Done by Our Attendant! 8 LBS. 4 IBS. $2.00 $1.25 EASY-WASH AND DRYCUAN CENTER Stale & Delmar North Alton Open Dally 8 aim. to 8 p.m. Fine Hair Styling! BETTY and JULIE'S Baauty Salon 803 Henry St. Alton Phone HO 5-2601 for appointment Fall's Smartest Hair Styles are from... on 102 E. Broadway—Alton SUE BRETT Has a Lovely Fall Line of DRESSES at Paulene's Monticelle Plaxa Waves Princess SS X E. Ferguson. Wood River 116 E. Main, East Alton 1106 Milton Road, Alton NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED! SALON OF ENCHANTMENT "Creators of Loveliness 9 975 Edwardsville Road, WOOD RIVER Members of Madison County Hairdressers Assoc. GENEVA E. UFERT — OWNER — and Operator FRANCES HAUIIE — Operator RUTH JOLLY — Operator JANICE OVERMEYER — Operator OPENING SEPT. 3 DIAL 254-8881 FOR APPOINTMENT! BEAUTY SALON Arcade, Wilshire Village LEADER'S . . . OPEN TONITE TILL 9 .1 GIRL MEETS BOY IN THIS DELIGHTFUL OUTFIT. Slim Jim Sets ,r,4 5398 W Set Dazzling new slim Jim sets for girls aged 7 to !4. Sketched above B style with solid cotton bottoms and topped with a striped cotton knit cardigan. Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Open Tuesday Night 'Til 9 skirt proportioned to fit . . . SWEATER In sizes 34 to 40 $11. SKIRT In colors ol Loden, Red. Navy. Black. Tea] and Hunter Green. In ilzei I to 18. For blend takes on a bright scintillating look fai this madras print cardigan designed to pick up iu matching color in the basic 100% wool envelope lined sheath skirt. V smart, gay addition to your fall treasure chest of spurtwuar. FREE STORESIDE PARKING LEADER'S DIPT. STORE 710 E. BKOAUWAY CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED

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