Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1972 · Page 13
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August 19, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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MR. AND MRS. MEYER Married 50 years Mr. and Mrs. Charles .). Meyer of 2315 Mounds St., will celebrate their golden wej- ding anniversary on Sunday with a family dinner givjn at the home of their daughter, Al r s . Robert (Jounn) Tunehorst of 5201 Dixon Dr., Godfrey. The couple were married at SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church in Alton by the late Father Michael Tarrant on Aug. 21, 1922. Mr. Meyer is a retiree of International Shoe Company after 40 years of service. He is an honorary member of 'he Alton Motor Boat Club Mrs. Meyer, the former Miss Helen Kabureck, is retired from Hears store after 20 years of service. They are the parenls of another daughter, Mrs. James (Mary Ellen) Groesch of Springfield. There are nine grandchildren. Announce engagement T h e engagement of Miss Kathy Biggerstaff and MISS BIGGERSTAFF Barrel Haynes is being announced. Miss Biggerstaff, the daughter of Mrs. W. R. Arterberry of 620 E. Ferguson, Wood River, is a 1969 graduate of East Alton-Wood lliver High School in Wood River. She is a senior at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, where she is majoring in physical education. Her fiancee is employed by Thrifty Drug Warehouse in Alton. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Haynes of 220 McCasland, East Alton and has attended Florissant Valley Community College and SIU-E. The couple has selected June for setting their wedding date. Glenna Talkinton is bride The wedding ceremony of Miss Glenna Talkington and Kinn Thompson was performed at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12 by the Rev. Robert Stewart in the Assembly of God church in Bethalto. The parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. (ilen C. Talkington of 805 Sanders, Hothallo. 'llu: bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kelies of Hie. 1, Bethnlto. A reception was held at the c h u r c h following the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of lace over satin with a matching train. Her veil was attached to a seed pearl headpiece 1 . She carried an orchid on a white Bible. Her attendents were Miss Donna Wagner, maid of honor; and bridesmaid, Mrs. Aaron Curtis. T h e attendants wore rosebud pink .sheer chiffon over acetate taffcla gou us. T h e bridegroom's attendants were Don Houston, Engagement announced in Worden best man; and groomsman, Bruce Flack. The bride will attend Civic Memorial High School in the fall and is employed by l.eese'.s Fountain in Godfrey. Her husband is stationed with the U.S. Navy at San Diego, Calif. are also tor slcvping Etiquette in the bedroom MKS. THOMPSON DEAR DR. LAMB —This is a funny, true, but pitiful story that points up the importance of bed habits that might interest your readers. I rent a guest cottage. One clay a 98-pound woman drove up and dumped a 250-pound man, then crawled out of the car to follow him to see the guest house — both were in tears. He rented the cottage anyway and she told me later, "Oh, God! One night's rest in the middle of the bed, not clinging to the Aide, to keep from rolling down on him." In other words, I love him. but I can't sleep with him." These were good people, Dr. Lamb. They had been married 25 years. Later he discussed his broken marriage with me and told me, "We quarreled because .she wanted twin beds and I wouldn't have it, this breaks marriages up!" I said, "Well, yours is on the rocks and you didn't have twin beds!" He replied, "You're right! She said she was sleepy for 25 years, now by God she would sleep!" They divorced and very shortly afterward she married a small man. It also works vice versa — a restless woman can deprive a hardworking man of sleep, until he hates her — while in separate rooms • she could read, iron, sew, do needlework or watch TV if she wanted to. It's so simple it's silly. DEAR READER — There is no doubt about it, there i:; such a thing as bedroom etiquette. One purpose of a bed is to get a good restful sleep. This means a good bed. big enough for the occupant or occupants and the opportunity to use it without distractions. Unless both parties get an adequate amount of restful sleep, the bed won't be good for much else either in the course of time. DEAR DR. LAMB -About three months ago I started having a problem whith my organ. It is ben and curves- upward whenever I have an erection. It is causing me trouble with my sex life. I went to the doctor and he tells me I have Peyronie's disease and that there is no cure for it. Is that true? Could you recommend any treatment? What causes it or do you know? It is a very depressing illness and I don't know what to do or who to turn to. DEAR READER — I understand your concern. Your doctor has been truthful with you, in that we don't know too much about this problem. Many doctors don't try to treat it. The upward curve in the penis is caused by formation of tough cordlike structures that foiin in the .shaft of the penis. They are located near the top side of the shaft. They do not stretch. When the organ expands with blood the underneath part stretches but the top part can't. It is the same as if you look a long balloon and fastened adhesive tape to one side. If you inflated the balloon, as it expanded on'the free side where there is no tape it would cause the long FREE! INSPECTION ANU CLEANING OF DIAMOND RINGS HURWITZ, Uiiimoml Center EASTGATE PLAZA Man. thru Frl. 10 AM-U I'M Closed Sat. 5:00 I'M Mr. and Schleehte of Mrs. Louis Worden arc announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lou Ann, to •lohn Clinton Hopper. The bride-elect will foe a 1973 graduate of Staunlmi Community High School in Staunton. She Is employed by the Mill Cafe in Mount 6li\«. Her fiance is the son of Key. and Mrs. Harvey Hopper of Worden. He is employed foy Laclede Steel Company in Alton. The couple has selected December 9 as their wedding dale. Special for Skin Dry peeling skin can be painful. A special dry skin cream applied nightly will help prevent this Try moisturizing your face while in a hot buth so the cream can work In. OPENING 9 A.M. MONDAY! <;lni |ll i M ° Potpourri CLJ^%£ft^)C IBkltf^ Orlvxrr t, Il\|V« IN THE ARCADE - ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Decorative CANDLES and RINGS V Wide Variety of GIFTS K Party Supplies •:• Sillisculpts .. Gibson •.. and Ambassador Cards Figurines for all occasion Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.in.-Men. & Thar. 9 to By Dr. E. Lnmb balloon to curve. We don't know what causes these cordlike formations. I would like to offer one word of encouragement though. In time they often go away for no apparent reason, just as they came. So don't assume the problem is hopeless and permanent. Some specialists have reported good results in some of their patients by giving them vitamin E. I am not an enthusiiist for vitamin K in large doses for most things, but it wouldn't hurt to try it. The usual recommended amount for this purpose is 100 milligrams (100 to 150 units) three times a day. You can get the viU'.min E from the drug store or many super- markets. A larger amount is not necessary. Incidently, this is not strictly a problem of old age since is is also observed in young men too. 'DEAR DR. LAMB- 1 have been married a few years now. I myself am spotless, taking a bath or shower every night. My husband, 1 find, is either lazy or does not like water. He goes for weeks on end without taking a hath or s h o w e r . Is there any possibility that he would carry an infection or a disease from not being clean 17 DEAR READER — No. it isn't likely. In fact a person can bathe too often. The natural skin oils are there for a purpose, protecting the .skin and :>elping retain its moisture. However, if your description is accurate, "weeks on end" is overdoing it a little. When two people live together and establish a life together both need to try to improve themselves to be more desirable to each other. One of the best things about a good marriage is that it stimulates both to develop their better qualities. Jf either partner doesn't try to improve the little thing? like personal cleanliness or eliminate disagreeable habits there is something lacking in the marriage. Psychiatrists would tell you that it often means, there is something more basic about the relationship that needs to be explored and dealt with. If the woman for example insists on wearing curlers and an inch-thick layer of face cream to bed when she knows her husband doesn't appreciate it, her actions are really destructive to their continued relationship. Un- cleanliness is in the same ball park. Perhaps you should consider talking him into seeing a marriage counselor to help him understand why being clean is important to you and explore a little further your relationship with each other. The relationship is more important than the danger of an infection. All One Piece! Give a loasty-warm gift to your family or a dear friend. Crochet this lacy, lightweight, luxurious afghan all in one pi»ce. Combine 2 colors, 2 shades of a color or scraps of knitting worsted Pattern 881: directions. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern - add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mai] and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Alton Evening Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y., 10011. Print Pattern Number,' Name, Address, Zip. All new for 197H! Fashion-inspired Needecraft Catalog — more knit, crochet styles, crafts. iB :••«>:• «•• m:u'»m 'in 125% DISCOUNT! § ON DRAPES I p NATIONAL CLEANERS • P East Alton Send your questions to Dr. Lamb in care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. For copies of Dr. Lamb's booklets on impotence or menopause send 50 cents each (be sure to state your choice) to the same address. Watch For Our Ad Each Thursday! _. DUQGER SWIMMING POOLS, INC. AND SPORTING GOODS 332 W. BETHALTO DR.. BCTHALTD. ILL. 63OIO HWY. I4O 61B/377-Q237 LAST CHANCE TO GET LAWN FURNITURE AKD SAVE MONEY TOO. CLOSING OUT-SAVE 20% to 30% Redwood B. B. Sets Chaises - Choirs MONDAY'S SPECIAL There are still plenty of days left for relaxing on your patio, or porch. If you need any of these, get them now. Park In Our Rear Lot Convenient Budget Payments Phone 465-4451 J\ ALTON 7 Nurses On Duty 10 A.M. to 10 P,M, Everyday! ...when you buy our 14 karat gold ball earrings for only... $488 Venture makes it easy to have your ears pierced. All you do is buy our 14K gold 5mm ball-style earrings for a tiny $4.88 ... then, a registered nurse will pierce your ears at no extra charge. Just sign a special consent form. If you're over 10 and under 21, bring a parent to sign for you. Doesn't this sound like a beautiful offer? Offer good through August 26th 25% OFF ON ANY 14K GOLD EARRINGS Listen to this! As an extra bonus..» we're offering you this 25%-off-coupon on all regular priced 14K gold pierced earrings in our stock! VENTURE COUPON GOOD THROUGH AUGUST 26 Venture o M0 - S " Kin «» hi *'»»»y * ChriMy Blvd. • p »f« * lnnerb « lt < 725 > • s - uwlbwth & Big Bend Dunn Rd (l 270) « *•»» Ftori . ILL U.S. 50 I III. 159 • «»er« for QlMLITf • l»»r« far V41UI . ---- .. . ALTON. ILL ---- Bcltlint Hwy. at W«hington Op«n Daily 9:30 AM 10:00 PM . . . Saturday 9:00 AM • 10:00 Sunday* in Fairvinr Htifhts and Alton Noon to 6:00 PM PM

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