Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ~. 19t»3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Engagements Announced in Area L ° yal Tenneseeans Mendelsohn And Roller Mr. and Mrs. William B. Roller of 1516 State St., announce the| engagement of their only daughter, Stephany, and George E. Mendelsohn, eldest son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry S. Mendelsohn of 1217 State St. The wedding is planned for next summer. Miss Roller was graduated, magna cum laude, with a bachelor of arts degree from Wheaton College in Norton, Mass, She received a master of arts In teaching degree from Harvard University. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Lambda Theta honor societies. She is teaching history and English in the Winchester school system in Massachusetts. Mr. Mendelsohn also was graduated magha cum laude, receiving a bachelor of arts degree from Harvard College in 1962. He is a second year medical student at Harvard Medical School. He and his fiancee are alumni of Alton High School. Brown and Oberlander To Meet MISS ROLLER MISS OBERLANDER MISS CHURCH Some 100 persons are expected to attend the 27th annual picnic of the Society for Loyal Ten- nessoeans Sunday in Rock Spring Park. A basket dinner is planned for 1 p.m. ! A vice president and secretary 'will be elected for the organiza- Uion which had Us beginnings In Upper Alton. Membership is open lo natives of Tennessee. i members of Tennessee families or persons married to Tennessee- ans. Contact chairmen for the event jare the organization's president ! and its secretary, Fred Elezando 1 and Mrs. Wiley Harris. Area Nurses Ann Landers It's How You Feel About DEAR ANN: Well, 1 just read another article in a magazine— probably the 500th on the same DEAR ONE: There's a differ-! ence between doing things for a man because you love him, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Ober- htndpr of Brighton announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Lee. and David E. Brown, .son of the Rev. and Mrs. Monte B. Brown of San Francisco, Calif. An alumna of Southwestern High School, Miss Oberlander will be a junior at Occidental College in Los Angeles this fall. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Webb School in Pamona, Calif., and of Occidental College. He will begin work on a master's degree hi biology this fall at the University of California in Riverside. Pace-Church subject—"Women: How to Hang!and being a doormat and an On ^Tn Your Husbands." unwilling slave. The difference It's the same old palaver—let begins with how you feel about him dump his shoes and socks the guy. Thanks for letting me the living room. I know how you feel about yours. It's O.K. If news-' '* * * * papers and ciga-j DEAR ANN: This problem is rette ashes are i a hot potato which has been kick- dropped on the ling around our office for months floor, so what? j because no one knows what to ,The same goes!do about it. , for matches,j A certain gir] who camc to .toothpicks, jack- work here quite S0 me time ago! ets, shirts, shorts, i^ just as pleasant as she can ' Let him slop cof-j be she - s cfficienti gets her ; Ann Landers, fee on the rug. Just mop it up and keep smiling. ,Baby him. Spoil him. Pamper him. Make him feel important. Love him to death. Make sure there's nothing left for anyone else. Keep your hair neat. Wear starchy little dresses. Be tidy at all times. And by all means be cheerful—he gets enough guff in the business world. After all, work done early, then helps others to do theirs. But one thing | about her bothers all of us. j Even the men have commented on it. ! She is one of those "clean on top, dirty underneath, types," asj my mother used to say. Her face is always made up just 'sol and her hair is lovely, but her| lingerie straps are filthy, her Miss Donna Sue Church, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Church of Cottage Hills, is engaged to marry Craig Pace, it is announced i i • v. t . * , , IU1U.C1 ic aLLaiJd tn ^ iiiuiY. ucj. i he might not be here next year. ,. , , ., ., , ... i, • u u j u 'slips look as if they have never Well, my husband may not be ^ the Guy Now he wants to give me a big diamond ring which belonged to his grandmother. I don't want his grandmother's ring. I'd rather have a single pearl which he paid for himself. diet says I'm out of my nkullj and my mother agrees with him.; What shall I do?—PLAIN JAIN ; DKAR .IAIN: At a time when so many young girls are look-1 ing for men with the aid of a. Geiger counter it's downright re-j freshing to hear from a gal who; has uncommon common seasei about money and diamonds. Toll] Cliet you appreciate the senti-i ment attached to an heirloom but you are not marrying his grandfather and you'd prefer a single pearl. li-. !jJ Jjl :(: Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. Q Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Tour Army Hospital Three Alton area nurses have returned from a two-day' orientation tour of nursing facilities at Fitzsimmons General Hospital. Denver. Colo. August graduates of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, they are: Dorothy P. Ahrling. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /Joseph T. Ahrling. 2819 Residence St.: Judith A. Hagen, daughter of Mrs. Lucille M. Hagen, 508 Cherry St.; and Ruth Woltering of Trenton. They were among eight nurses accompanied by a nurse counselor and an escort officer of the Army Nurse Corps who toured the army hospital facilities as part of a program designed to create an interest in Army nursing for student and graduate nurses. The tour was taken in conjunction with Operation Nightingale, which is Army Nurse Corps Recruiting Week held Aug. 25-31. Cheese varies widely in saltiness, so taste before adding salt to a recipe that includes it. here next year—but there's an even better chance that I won't be here either. I'll probably be been laundered and if her garter breaks she doesn't bother, to sew It back on. She pins her, stockings to her girdle. Wliem she crosses her knees and the!I today by her parents. Mr. Pace!in a mental hospital. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George j Thanks for listening. I feel, d her d dl sh } Pace, also of Cottage Hills. j better already. ]!. rwn i Hnp . Miss Church and her fiance j -ONE OFJVIILLIONS ''" revo ' nn S- attended Civic Memorial High f Should we accept her for her jgood qualities and keep quiet, SAVE _. , , i .*-« i•» •» T Kooa i uiiuues anu Keep quiei, School. She Ls employed by! College NoteS . or should somebody tell her' If Block's Drive In on Central Ave-: fc> i , ^_ . . _ J . sc who—and how? -VIEW FROM 4TH FLOOR Born to: DEAR VIEW: She sounds like nue. Mr. Pace is an employe of; James David Campbell, son of McDonnell Aircraft Corp. JMr. and Mrs. B. B. Campbell of 3312 Mayfield Ave., is on the dean's honor roll at the Uni-ja lovely girl who was never versity of Missouri where he is {taught the importance of good 'a senior student. Also on the;grooming. The most tactful per- Mr. mid Mrs Robert Green, (dean's list Is his wife. Nancy, j son in the office (and preferably 3331 Franor St., a daughter, 6 pounds and 12 ounces, 12:25 a.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Tina, 18- months-old. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gross, 2716 Grandview Ave., a daughter, 7 pounds, 7:21 a.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Palmer, Rte. 1, Alton, a son, Rodney Brian, 6 pounds and 13 ounces, 7:48 a.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis, 21.4 James St., Bethalto, a son, j Jeffrey Allen, 10 pounds and 2j ounces, 10:39 a.m. Wednesday, AI-; ton Memorial Hospital. Elder! diild, Robin Lea, 16 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stevens,; 2624 Powhatan St., a son, Rom-: niell Carlos, first child, 6 pounds) and 5 ounces, 9:55 a.m. Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Stevens is the former Miss Margarett Marie Musgrove. Grandparents are Mrs. Donna Stevens and Mrs. Claudia Mus^ grove. Mr. and Mm. Floyd Fisher, 809 N. Main St., Edwardsville, a daughter, 5 pounds and 8 ounces, 2:10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Mark, 7, Deborah, S, William, 4V4, and Marcia, 2. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wendle Jr., Godfrey, a son, Alan Joseph, 7 pounds and 1 ounce, 2:27 a.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Chris, 2. The couple both math majors, will be graduated from the university in January, when Mr. Campbell intends to continue study for his master's degree. Bruce Klosterhoff' son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klosterhoff of Greenwood Meadows, Godfrey, left Wednesday for Lawrence, Kan., where he will participate in rush week activities at the University of Kansas. Bruce will be a freshman pre-med student at the university this year. an older woman) should tell her gently and in private that her shortcuts in grooming are destroying much of her charm. * * * * • DEAR ANN: I'm a girl 22 and I'm about to be engaged. Chet is still in college. He comes from a well-to-do family and works summers for his dad. Chet has saved some money toward marriage because I told him I wouldn't marry him unless he proved he could save. His folks ihave spoiled him rotten. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. ard, Rte. 1, Godfrey, a son, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 2:06 p.m. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Theresa, 12, and Frank Jr., 10. Mr. and MM. Tom C. Graham, 124 Sunset Drive, Edwardsvlllc, a son, 6 pounds and 14 ounces, 11:37 a.m. Wednesday, St. Jo seph's Hospital. _ Some old-fashioned UookB like to peel raw potatoes, cover them with cold water and allow them to ittuid for a couple of hours before grating and using for po tato pancakes. ___ FINAL CLEARANCE Uniforms UP! TO SO 0 /* 0 OF* Paulene's GODFREY QUICK CLEAN CENTER 5526 HUMBERT ROAD (8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Dally) ONE-STOP SELF-SERVICE COIN LAUNDRY DROP-OFF SERVICE AVAILABLE! SPECIAL SET-ACQUAINTED OFFER! SEPT. o ''- LB - FRIGIDAIRE $*> Only £ WASH LOADS A WITH EVERY 8-LB. LOAD DRY CLEANING 25c LB. (M-F, 8 a.m.-S p.m.) (Sat., 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.) ODORLESS — QUALITY — INCLUDES SPOTTING (DONE BY OUR ATTENDANTS) CLEAN AIR-COOLED ATTENDED JUST RECEIVED! OUTSTANDING "DESIGNER CUTS" MANY ONE OF A KIND PRINTED WOOLS PRINTED LAMES PRINTED MOHAIR LOOP SOLID & PRINTED RIBBON LACE • • MANY MORE FORMAL MATERIALS Paul'* 214 W. Third St.— Downtown Alton The Buckled Moc $8.99 FTHE The Continental Moc $8.99 The Tie Square-Toed Moc $8.99 BRONZE WAX HANDSEWNS newest back-to-school look Hand-rubbed waxed leather "uppers" is the smartest way to have your school favorites. the ehoe that puts fun at your feet Gty Mannered Suede Costume styling combines Wickercrepe* and tones of suede in the season's newest jacket. The crepe (acetate and rayon) blouse is collared into a flip of a tie. Avocado and Teal. One of six stunning new Susan Thomas costumes for fall. Sizes 8 to 16. 95 ! 59 Be a Jumper Ahead Wonderful things are happening to jumpers this season. At times they can be worn alone—with the feeling of a dressy shift. Part of the casual attitude to clothes. Shown—Hene Rickey heather wool tweed "A" line jumper — contrast suede trim, low center kick pleat, modified scoop neck. Junior sizes. 98 14 dif'you /- ever see The Sportive Look In Coats for Fall Leading the parade, our fashion classic for casual and campus wear — tailored in camels hair by Mr. R. All of the details you love—saddle stitching, leather buttons, new low back belt, and the surprise of a bright, warm Scotch plaid lining. Camel. Junior sizes. Velvet for Fall R & K's slender velvet dinner dress calls forth the siren in you. It's shapely all the way ., . stroked with satin at neck and waistline. Misses' siz 25 95

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