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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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MUM DAY, SEP 1 EMBER 9, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELE5VU1N Honored for Service Four Candy Stripers were awarded 1,000 hour guards Saturday at Alton Memorial Hospital's semi-annual luncheon for young volunteers. Mrs. Norine Brown, administrative assistant at the hospital, presented guards to Miss Sherry Long, Miss Mary Hamilton, Miss Lynn Boettger, and Miss Lois Caulkins. Also awarded at tiie event were stars for 50 hours of service; pins for 100 hours; caps for 300 hours; and bands for 500 hours. Mrs. Brown spoke to the girls on their role as part of the hospital team. A Lovelier You New Lipstick Idea BEAUTY SALON Dial 259-8018 Arcade—Wilshire Village September Special Choose your style and pamper your purse with these special prices. Regular $23.50 $ I I 75 Supreme Dazzle .. II Regular $17.50 $Q75 COPA-SET O • BUDGET WAVE Sfi.95 • No Appointment Necessary By MARY SUE MILLER Cosmetic color experts have tome up with a great idea — a lipstick duo in shades that mate or harmonize with every hue on fashion's autumn palette. It's like having your own little boutique of lipstick colors. Shade 1, a zingy pink-purple, is the perfect complement of all the blues and violets in fashion. Shade j 2, a glowing coral, looks mouthwatering with the new rind greens and the entire brown family, from fawn to ginger to jet. Wear Ihe coral shade atop the rose, and an entirely different color emerges. Together they make a mellow red that adds the proper dash to salt-and-pepper tweeds, black and red, itself. With the need to make a quick change of lipstick with quick costume changes, fashion models have always worked on the principle that 1 plus 1 equals 3 lip shades. But finding the right combinations was a trial - and - error proposition. Now it's a sure thing, predetermined by the trained eye. Still the effect on the lips is pretty haphazard unless applications are flawless. Of course that's true of any lipstick. For appeal, lips must have a petal finish — a clean, gentle outline and a satin fill-in. There can be no gross exaggerations of the liplinc, no ragged edges, no surface scuff. If you must overlap or undercut the natural line for improved proportions, by all means do so but be sure you make a real smooth job of it. Your Most Flattering Colors In fashion, nothing makes you lovelier than color. It can enhance your skin, hair, eyes and figure; it can express your individuality and style. Great powers, those! To learn how to put them to work for you, read our leaflet, "YOUR MOST FLATTERING COLORS." To obtain a copy, send your request to Mary Sue Miller in care of this newspaper, enclosing a self - addressed, stamped envelope and 5c in coin. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Reminder to Publicity Chairman If you are publicity chairman for your organization this year please obtain Club News Forms from the Telegraph news office. The number of clubs in the city makes it impossible to take the stories by telephone. You may come to the office or telephone your request for forms which will be mailed to you. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Leonard,!and Robert, 8. 200 Albers St., Bethalto, a daughter, Abbe Lynn, first child, 6 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marks, 1511 Carter St., a son, Ktvin pounds, 12 ounces, 4:40 P.m-.| Fran i <) irj.fj? a.m. Friday, Alton Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. Memorial Hospital, 7 pounds, 14 ounces. Elder child, Kimberly and Mrs. Neville Carter of Ship-j Ann > 2 man, and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King, MAYT WORLD FAMOUS WORKHORSE WRINGER WASHER $ Model NX '5.00 DOWN '5.00 „"" MONTH Plenty of FREE PARKING At Rear Of OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9 WE HAVE THE COMPLETE MAYTAG LINE! Duncan of East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wenner, 329 Slraube Lane, Brighton, a daughter, Carla Sue, first child, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, 3:41 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wenner is the former Delia j Wood, a sister of Miss, Betty Wood of Alton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert ! Wenner of Weston, Ohio. i Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLaln, 3736 E. Doerr St., a daughter, Bonnie Eileen, first child, 7 pounds, 8 ounces, 6:15 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. ! Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray, Graf- iton, a daughter, 7 pounds and 4 jounces, 4:06 a.m. today, Alton ! Memorial Hospital. Elder chil- idren, Hoyte, 7, and Donna, 11. i Mr. and Mrs. Byron Harris, 306 Dorris St., a son, Byron ! Keith, first child, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 7:07 a.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mrs. Rose Harris, Mrs. Marie Whys, and George Whys, all of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McKenney, Rte. 1, Alton, a daughter, Lori Rae, 9 pounds, 9 ounces, 8:05 a.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Jerome II, 12, Darrell Perry, 10, and Theresa Kay, 7. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilst, Rte. 2, Godfrey, a daughter, Karen Lynn, first child, 7 pounds and 12 ounces, 1:40 a.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Virginia Wiist of Fieldon is the paternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. David Rnssell, 1344 Tenth St., Cottage Hills, a daughter, Diana Lynn, 5 pounds, 5 ounces, 11:05 a.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Frank, 13, David. 10, PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central Ave., HO 2-6312 TOWN 'N COUNTRY 3 Piece Ensembles ...withd new look towards Fall. Our stimulating basketweave wools will play an active part In your new season social •alendar. Sizes 12 to 18. Novel finesse with our smoke ring neckline and lined bolero. The blouse...printed for lovely contrast. Moss, raspberry, royal. Alton Plaza Wilshire Village OPEN MONDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS Till 9 1422 E. Fourth St., a son, Ricky Lee, first child, 5 pounds and 9 ounces, 7:34 p.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl King of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs, John Cox of Cottage Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manes calco, 139 N. Pence St., East Alton, a son, 6 pounds, 3 ounces, 7:48 p.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Sammy, 7, Johnny, 5, Philip, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Lebro, Jr., Rte. 1, Worden, a son, Anthony Thomas, first child, 4:16 a.m., Sunday, 10 pounds, St. Joseph's Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Best, Prairietown, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Lebro, Sr., Plainview. Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Keller, 1002 Union, a daughter, 7 pounds 3 ounces, Saturday, 12:45 a.m. St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: John Jr., 8; and Cynthia Anne, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Schildroth, 3706 Coronado Dr., a daughter, 8 pounds, one ounce, Saturday, 3:18 a.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children Debbie Eileen, 6; Richard Thomas Jr., 4; and Pamela Bernice, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kovach, Rte. 1, Jerseyville, a daughter, 7 pounds 13 ounces, Saturday, 5:46 a.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, William. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Prater, 106a Second St., Edwardsville, a son, Dale Wayne Jr., first child, 8 pounds, Saturday, 3:44 p.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Turner and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. Dale Prater, all of Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beasley, 851 Wood River Ave., Wood River, a son, 7 pounds 4 ounces, Saturday 5:15 p.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: James, 11; Harry, 9; Elaine, 8; Diana, 6; Roger, 4; Terry, 2; Kevin, 16 months. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie L. Lewis, 29'18 Sunnyside St., a daughter, Teresa Angela, 7 pounds 4 ounces, Saturday 8:44 a.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: Susan Marie, 3; and Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. Lyle N. Ganter, 440 Bluff St., a son, John Harrison, 7 pounds 2 ounces, Saturday, 11:15 p.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: Joe, 8; Mary Ann, 7; Jim, 5; Bill, 4; Molly, 3; and David, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Edge!!, 1435 llth St., Cottage Hills, a son, Ricky Wayne, 9 pounds 3 ounces, Saturday 10:49 p.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: Robert, 19; Paul 16, and Diana Sue, 9. Memorial Alumni The meeting of the alumni of Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Onized Clubrooms, not the clubgrounds. Ever add a little chili powder to canned baked beans in tomato sauce? You can add a dash of cumin, too, if you like that seasoning Fine Hair Styling! BETTY and JULIE'S Beauty Salon 808 Henry St. Alton Phone HO 5-2801 (or appointment Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Larry Hall, Wood River. John Reed, 610 Liberty. Karen Turnbea.ugh, Wood River. Karen Malone, East Alton. Charles Keller, Grafton. John Lawliss, 317 Henry. Raymond Rudolph, 2000 Sycamore Mrs. Mary Taylor, 3410 Badley. SURGICAL Mrs. Laura Evans, South Roxana. Mrs. Shirley Crabtree, Brighton. Mrs. Wilma Eyer, Medora. Stephen Ben/, Pleasant Hill. Mrs, Mary Flack, Bethalto. Joe McNutt, Wood River. Gregory Cannedy, Roxana. Mrs. Ethel Johns, Bethalto. Mrs. Sharon Pjt.chford, Wood River. Paul Bowers, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Frances Bahr, Jerse.wille. Mrs. Lucille Allen, 1029 Langdon. Stanley Hawkins, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Cecilia Mueller, Bunker Hill Lee Walters, 1823 Main. Mrs. Marjorie Flaugher, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ermal Kelsey, 1518 Langdon Gerald Hutchinson, 2734 Powhatan Mrs. Gertrude Hale, 2303 Hale. Karen Fitzgerald, 1322 E. Fourth. Mrs. Verna Pohlman, Wood River Diane Rehnstedt, Wood River. Addie Witt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Alberta Braden, East Alton. Ernestine Warlick, 1612 Belle. Donna Colson, 1113 Fourth. Christian Taylor, Rosodale. Mrs. Helen King, Bethalto. Darrell Ufer, Medora. DISMISSALS Val Wargel, 1110 E. Sixth. Mrs. Virginia Maxvill, Mt. Olive. Don Cravens, Medora. Mrs. Garnetta Crumer, 911 Hampton. Mrs. Peggy McElroy, Godfrey. Leroy Powell, East Alton. Mrs. Marcella Gross, 2716 Grandview. Floyd Gilbert, Wood River. Steven Hicks, 2122 Rockwell. Mrs. Doris Smith, Bethalto. Floyd Gentry, Godfrey. Mrs. Pauline Anderson, Bethalto. Mrs. Anna Ferranto, Wood River. Darrell Colley, 1207 Union. Michael Poleet, South Roxana. Arthur Hayes, 2649 Seminary. Mrs. Dorothy Palmer, Alton. Mrs. Minnie Gubser, 1629 Clawson Leo and Curtis Campbell, Jerseyville. Diane Rehmstedt. Wood River. Chris Moore, 1501 Rodgers. Thomas Sexton, Wood River. Mrs. Opal Ragus, Wood River. Mrs. Janet Davis, Bethalto. Mrs. Faye Hutchinson, S. Roxana Mrs. Donna Green, 3331 Franor. Wm. Edmiston, 2709 Grandview Russell Ahrens, Mt. Olive. Mrs. Janice Lanzerotte, 590 Highland. Richard Tendick, Jerseyville. Mrs. Eva Pennifold, Wood River. Mrs. Virginia McGhee, S. Roxana Joseph Coffman, East Alton. Jeffrey MeDermand, East Alton. Wendell Sitze, 2417 Valley Ct. Mrs. Margarite Stexens, 2624 Powhatan. Michele Shaw, 2319 Clawson. Charles Foster, East Alton. Mrs. Bertha Cline, Jerseyville. Mrs. Babette Fischer, East Alton Roland Yost, Edwardsville. Mrs. Nellie Ganter, 946 Union. Mrs. Anna Rudolph, 3204 Brown. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Sebrena Littizs, 2616 Clawson. Bradley Gregor, Edwardsville. Mrs. Blenche Bunyan, 841 Douglas Mrs. Kunigunda M. Wittman, Rte. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Thelma Covington, 1637 Alby Herman Moore, 617 Belle. Kent Barnes, 109 Victory, East Alton. Mrs. Betty Mott, 1255 State. Mrs. Alice Buggs, Edwardsville Miss Joy Higgs, Beflialto. Mrs. Murriel Barber, Brighton. Mrs. Helen Moore, Hartford. Troy Chaney, Edwardsville. John Stockard, 306 W. 19th. Mrs. Clara Haven, 1208 W. Ninth, SURGICAL Miss Ramona Vogel, Bethalto. Mrs. Judy Fencel, Rte. 5, Edwardsville. DISMISSALS Lowell Chester, East Alton. Mrs. Shirley Dettmers, Bethalto. Anton Dunker, 1200 Danforth. Mrs. Jacqualine Eaton, Bethalto. Lester L. Hert, Wood River. Mrs. Kathleen Maggart, 800 E. 4th Orville Mize, 3204 Edgewood. Monte Williams, 1121 E. Seventh. Mrs. Sidney Barrow, 737 Humboldt Ct. John Bradford, Edwardsville. Elmer Davis, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Dorris Hausman, Rte. 1, Chesterfield. Miss Debra Lamer, Wood River. Samuel Love, 1809 Belle. Mrs. Sharon Lowe, Wood River. William Lucas, 3323 College. Mrs. Florence McKee, 1127 Fifth Mrs. Gladys Phillips, 1129 Harrison. Miss Deborah Suits, East Alton. Mrs. Anna Talbert, 1302 E. 4th. Timothy Taylor, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Mary Stewart, Godfrey. Mrs. Erma Parker, East Alton. Mrs. Linda Oldendorph, Bethalto. Mrs. Shelby Ramsey, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Wendel, Godfrey. Mrs. Janet Whyers, East Alton. ilugh Gallagher, Edwardsville. Jersey Community MKDICAL 3ruce Isringhausen, Fieldon. Mrs. Zetta Blish, Jerseyville. Mrs. Dorothy Wyatt, Dow. Mrs. Monie Hartrnan, White Hall DISMISSALS Mrs. Gerald Dean, Jerseyville. Mrs. Sharon Pruitt, Palmyra. Ernest Loellke, Jerseyville. Linda Sue Pyatt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Francis Munsterman, Jer- seyville. Bertha Dierksmeyer, Hamburg. Chester Klamme, Golden Eagle. St. Anthony's MKDICAL 7ohn Schell, 2023 Main. Rudolph Henderson, Godfrey. Mrs. Marcella Biefbaum, Rte. 1. Miss Carolyn Ray, Godfrey. Mrs. Florence Benner, 606 Anderson. Mrs. Donna Bnrker, 625 Bowman, East Alton. Mrs. Rose Bond, Hardin. DISMISSALS Mnrk D. Gorman, 408 Cherry. Truman Wahl, Rte 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Llllie Ladendorff, 303 Dry. Mrs. Bertie Isbell, 1629 Rodders Mrs. June Backs, Wood River. Brenda Dwiggins, West Alton. Mrs. Susan Waters, Rt. 1, Godfrey Frederick Grubb, 1112 McKinley. Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Geneva Troutman, 721 Gold Mrs. Martha McBride, Roxana. Wood River Township MKDICAL Gene E. Manley, Bethalto. Dora M. Boyer, 1129 Union, Alton David McEuen, 109 Van Preter. William E. Cardot, 120 Tomlinson, East Alton. David L. Denton, Hartford. Gerald Murphy, 110 S. 13th. Dean C. Hoffstetter, 156 Avalon. East Alton. Dnvid M. Disher, 405 Whitclaw, East Alton, SURGICAL Michael Blackard, 220 Mailer, East Alton. Rebecca Smith, 35 N. Main. Elliott H. Craig, E. St. Louis. Woodrow Parnell, E. St. Louis. Charles Wright, 234 Eula. Carl Galligos, 329 Madison. Rudolph Slemer, Glen Carbon. DISMISSALS Mrs. Louise Brown, Bethalto. Barbara Harbaugh, 515 Winkler. Mrs. Doris Hall, Roxana. Gene Manley, Bethalto. Steven Strader, Hartford. Karla Burklow, 19 E. Jennings. Larry B. Payne, Bethalto. Rebecca Smith, 35 N. Main. Lee Adams, Granite City. Allen Osborne, 460 Whitelaw. Lowell F. Jones, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Jeanette Weihe, 3204 Duco. Dora Boyer, 1127 Union, Alton. Michael Blackard, East Alton. Charlie Hoots, East Alton. Mrs. Onia Damron, East Alton. Miss Martha Turpin, 220 Elble. William Sutton, Hartford. Harold Hindrichs, East Alton. Mrs. Patsy Staton, Hartford. Rachel Fry, East Alton. Shirley Porter, Rte. 1, Alton. Edgar Paynter, 2809 Fernwood. Mrs. Ethel Harp, Benton. Lloyd Maynard, East Alton. Mrs. Grace Bricker, 1838 Rodgers Laura Gusewelle, Bethalto. Thomas Fitzgerald, St. Louis. DeWayne Vetter, Cottage Hills. Write for Your fret TALL GIRL Catalogue mllm* "TMAI 1 ORIGINAL TAll WOT" 1924 MAIN STREET DALLAS 1, TEXAS 11 Join Moose; Past Head of Lodge Speaks Eleven new members were nrolled In the Alton Moose Lodge Sunday. The class was fieaded by James Oden of Roxana, class reprosontatove Lodge overnor Max Downs was mas- :er of ceremonies. Past Governor Leroy Taylor was principal speaker, describing the four degrees of tho Moose organization and how they are attained. Officiating was the degree staff composed of Ed Baker, Frank Wendle, Whltey Sheff, Don Wegman, Frank R. Travis and Frank Patschull. Women of the Moose served a chicken dinner following the ceremony and a dance climaxed (he proceedings. SALON OF ENCHANTMENT 978 Edw-nrdsvlH*- Rd. Wood River GENEVA E. UFERT Owner & Operator DIAL 254-8881 GRAVEMANN - WEDDINGS in beautiful LIVING COLOR—NO MORE BLACK AND WHITE! COST? — Only 15% More! 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 posses ...... BEAUTY SALON PHONE HO 2-7131 Open Mon. and Fri. Nites 'Til 9 P.M. ...&4n Make Fall 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 • Ure Your Charge Account • No Appointment Necessary 625 he couldn't duplicate these Lane tables for three times what you get them for at Jacoby's Swing Boomerang Cocktail Table 20x52x14 high (Closed) 20x80x 14 high (Opened) See the custom details: inlaid dovetail borders, sculptured edges, hand-rubbed seasoned woods. And -workmanship where-it counts/ Like non-war^ tops. Locked-tight joinings. Firmly planted legs. Come in to see! The proudest cabinet-maker might have made our beautiful Lane "Acclaim" tables — but never at anything near our prices! Other Tables Matching This Group Start At .... $29.95 'triangular table, 26M" x26'A" x 18" high, Round cocktail labtt, 38" diameter, 1<W high, Set of four snack tablet, each 18"xl8"x iW'higk, ecush $25.00 Also See the Beautiful Matching Dining Room Charge It or Buy On Easily Arranged Time Payments! Free Parking At Rear Entrance 627 i. Broadway Alton Jacoby's Sine* 1883

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