Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
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MONDAY, SEPrEMBER 16, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Ann Landers Teen-Ager Speaks to Teen-Ager Collie Club Officers Seated Dalo McM&ckin of Troy, below, president of the National Collie Club, installed Exvell Atterben-y, above, as president of the local club Sunday at a meeting at the Atterberry borne on the Godfrey road. At left is Mrs. William T. Powell, installed as secretary-treasurer. "Cinda" is the Atterberry's collie. Lodges Robert Taylor Robert Taylor has returned to Lillmaee Council, Degree of!! lls . home '" San Francisco ' fo1 ' . lowing a visit with his mother. Porahontas, will meet at 8 p.m. | Mrs. Agnes Taylor, 1009 Marie Wednesday in the Faulsticlv 81 - Hp was also a RUest of his ' , brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Building.^ Mrs John Buehlman .of Godfrey. Easy-see Diagram PRINTED PATTERN GODFREY BEAUTY SALON in Godfrey Foodshop Building. 2 Beauticians to Serve You/ ir DOROTHY HILL SPECIAL! Last Two Weeks in September MRS. CARL ROSA, Owner S O 50 Sin Dial 466-0600 0 IU if BETTY JOHNSON Reg. $10 Permanent Reg. 12.50 Permanent BEAUTY SALON PHONE 462-7131 Open Mon. and Fri. Nites 'Til 9 P.M. \J) ours. Exciting new corf beauty can be easily yours with this special cold wave and styling . . . Budget priced at ... 495* •NORMAL HAIB ONLY • Use Your Charge Account • No Appointment Necessary DEAR ANN: I am a teen-age' boy who wants to say something! to that loud-mouthed kid \vho| said ho didn't see any sense in honoring his parents just because they happen to be older. He said his parents are stupid jerks and so are the parents of most of his friends. I don't have any parents to honor, but if I did I Ann Landers. would honor them plenty. My dad was killed in an accident when I was 11 years old. He was Uie greatest guy who ever lived. He was only 35 years old when he died but I'm thankful I had 11 years with him. My mom died last summer. I don't think the ache in my heart will ever go away. She was a truly wonderful woman. .So please. Ann Landers, print this letter so other kids can see it. Let them know they are blessed if they have their parents. And tell them for me (hut if they are .smart they will honor their parents while they are still on this earth. I wish I was so lucky. —FIFTEEN AND ALONE DEAR FIFTEEN: I wouldn't attempt to add a single word to what you have written. Thank you, Son. I wish you were mine. * * * * DEAR ANN: A good friend of ours has taken up painting as a hobby. She says it is much cheaper than psychoanalysis and if is doing her twice as much good. Yesterday she brought over ati enormous canvas, expensively framed. It looks like a bull ape from one angle and an abandoned copper mine from the other. It could be hung upside down or sideways and no one would know the difference. She had the nerve to say it was her impression of me. My wife couldn't stop laughing. I don't want to hang the monstrosity but my wife says it would be a terrible insult if we didn't hang if — especially after she went to the trouble of having it framed especially for our living room. If you Chairman h Announced For Coronation of Petere Mrs. L. D. Kelly has been named general chairman of the fourth annual Coronation of Petere, planned for Nov. 2 in Mineral Springs Hotel ballroom. Mrs. Kelly was appointed during a meeting of Sig-Tri-Hi in the home of Mrs. Willie Hearn on Alby Street. The event, sponsored by Sig- Tri-Hi, will feature the crowning of this year's "Miss Sig-Tri- Hi. Queen of the Court of Knowledge." Also highlighted on the coronation program is the introduction of local young women a. 1 ; "debutantes." Mrs. Kelly will be assisted by Mrs. Gilbert Moody and Mrs. Theodore Burnett Jr. Other chairmen for the event are Mrs. Ronald Penelton, decorations; Mrs. Henry Gray, reception; Miss Irma Jones, "debutantes;" and Mrs. Willie Williamson and Miss Charlotte Jones, ad committee. The next meeting of Sig-Tri-Hi will be held on Sept. 28. Birthday Party Martha, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cope,, was honored by 10 guests Saturday at a wiener roast given by her parents in observance of her seventh birthday. Miss Barbara Miller assisted the hosts. A "Mickey Mouse" theme was used in planning the party, given in the Cope home, 312 Lampert Stt. MBS. KELLY Ree Nites The starting time for the Tuesday Rec Nites for ninth graders and high schoolers has been changed, according to the Young Women's Christian Association. The program will begin with a swim period at 5 p.m. Members will register for service groups at 6:30 p.m. They will bring their own sack suppers. GRAVEMANN * C> &r <,---T',v<<-, \ . - WEDDINGS in beautiful LIVING COLOR — no more black and >.' white COST? only 15% more! LEADER'S - OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 SHIPMATES PROPORTIONED SLIM-JIMS 100% Wool. Fully lined . .. perfectly proportioned for perfect fit ... Short, regular or tall — no out- seam. Red, Grey, Black Moss and other Fall colors. Charge Accounts Invited FREIfi Sto reside Parking DEPT. STORE 710 K. BKOAlJWAy Pin tucks turn a simple, un- waisted casual into the smart est dress of fall! Extra-easy to sew—see diagram. For cotton, sheer wool, rayon. Printed Pattern 4812: Half Sizes 12%, !<% 16Vs, 18Ys, 20Vs, 22V&. Size 16'/ 2 requires 3% 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 Adarns, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. Pattern Free! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Fine Hair Styling! BETTY and JULIE'S Beauty Salon 803 Henry St. Alton Phone 465-2601 for appointment BEWARE If you see the new Fall Line of Sportswear by PATTY WOODARD BUY IT! Paulene's Fashion Monticello Plaia No Appointment Necessary BEAUTY SALON Arcade, Wilshire Village think this is a sag let me assure you it is not. I' would like your frank opinion.—B.D.O. DEAR B. D. O.: The picture sounds like a great conversation piece and I hope you will hang it, at least for a while. A sense of humor is what separates man from bull apes and copper mines. * * # * DEAR ANN: May I have just a few inches of your valuable newspaper space to get across a point I had to learn the hard way? It is simply this: The wife who chews at her husband, nags and criticizes him will surely drive him away. No wife ever got love or attention by demanding it. I married at 19—and there was no greener, more stupid, more self-centered girl in the world than I was. My husband was an attractive, somewhat serious type who was struggling in the academic field. I felt he was not paying enough attention to me and I accused him of being unfaithful. I kept him up late at night, questioning, arguing and attacking. He seldom answered, nor did he attempt to defend himself. • By Cicily Brownjlont Family Dinner A pretty green color and lime flavor distinguish this sauce made from "new" apples. Pork Chops Green Applesauce Potatoes Buttered Carrots Bread Tray Caramel Custard Bever"ag Green Applesauce 1% pounds (3 very large) tar green apples 1 cup water Dash of salt Vz to % cup sugar 1 teaspoon grated lime rind 2 tablespoons lime juice Pare and quarter apples; cor and slice thin; there should b about 1V 2 quarts. Boil gently covered, with water and sal until tender. Remove from heat mash if apples do not "fa apart," but do not make smooth Add sugar, lime rind and Mm juice; stir over low heat unt: sugar dissolves. Serve warm o cold. Makes about 3\i> cups. One day he quietly told me that I had completely destroyed his love for me and suggested that I file suit for a divorce. I was certain he had another woman (I was wrong) and we split up. Now eight years later I am years wiser. I'm about to marry a perfectly wonderful man and this time I am going to make home a comfortable and delightful place to be. A place where he will find joy, contentment and peace. -LESSON LEARNED DEAR LESSON: Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Yours is a letter which should be clipped and referred to often by young wives who are having husband trouble. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her In care of this newspaper enclosing n stamped, splf-nddresscd envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Family Portraits HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California 465-8086 YOU CAN HAVE YOUR RUGS GLEANED with Confidence at... SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1636 Main St. — 46,1-2525 PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central Ave. 482-0312 SALON Or ENCHANTMENT 975 EdwardavHle M. Wood River GENEVA E. UKRT Owner * Operator DIAL 254-SIW1 Informal Modeling See the latest in women's fashions from Phoebe Goldberg, Inc. and Men's fashions from Imber's, Edwardsville while enjoying your dinner ot SCHNEITHORST'S Restaurant in the New HOLIDAY INN of Edwardsville Tuesday, Sept. 17th, 7 P.M. CARPET • BINDING • ALTERATION • SEWING • SERGING • RE-WEAVING Expertly Done by Our Carpet Specialists CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 466-1145 "The Store with the Carpet On the Sidewalk!" OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.! 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