Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 24, 1972 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 24, 1972
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Alton evening ieiegrapn 'jLhurs>aay, August 24, J.y.2 A-lo [Ready for ram The fall-winter collection ot Pacco Rabanne included these two ensembles in artificial fur for rainy weather. (AP Wirephoto by cable from Paris) ponters Here are some ideas for easy burlap window shades DEAR POLLY - Karen asked about making burlap roller blinds and I want to tell her that my daughter bought cheap shades at the dime store and glued colorful burlap to the shades, using wallpaper paste to cover the entire inside of the readymade blind. — MRS. R. II. I) E A It 1' 0 L L Y AND KAREN — To make my kitchen window shades, I used a flowered material similar in color and design to the vinyl covering on the chairs. 1 used the ok! shade as a pattern and cut the new fabric to exactly the same si/e. Iron-on pelon was cut exactly like the material and Mirror of then ironed to the back of the fabric. Be sure this lining conies well to the edges of the shade fabric to keep them from fraying. Make a hem the same as the old shade had, but turn it to the back side. Pull stick (from old shade) through this hem, tack on to old roller, then roll and hang. - MRS. F. F. Today's Problem DEAR POLLY — My little grandson received several "ets of spoons as "New Arrival" gifts and all are beautiful. His mother would appreciate hearing of some ideas as to how she could effectively display these gifts, especially two of them — one your mind Area engagements, wedding plans is gold and other a sflver souvenir spoon with a curved handle — and a silver bell design teething ring. Has anyone had any experience arranging such keepsakes attractively? — ELLEN DEAR POLLY — My Pet Peeve is with those people who visit patients in hospitals wearing heavy, overpowering, colognes and after shaving lotions. Often such strong odors are most disturbing to a sick peron. Very sweet- jmelling flowers should also be a "No-No," A niqe plant is far better as there is no odor, Ihey last longer and after the patient has gone home your thoughtfulness will be remembered as the plant is cared for. - SHARON W. KELLY-HENDRICKS The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Kathy Hendricks and Glen A. Kelley is being announced by the bride-elects parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln E. Hendricks of -305 Park Lane, Wood River. Miss Hendricks Is a 1972 graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School, WooO River. Her fiance, a 1970 graduate of the same high school, is serving with the U.S. Marine Corps. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kelley of 436 Lorena Ave., Wood River. The couple is planning a June wedding. BARRETT-PETERS The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Sally Sue Peters and Robert Bruce Barrett is being announced. Miss Peters, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peters of Dclray Beach, Fla., former Altonians, is a senior at the University of Missouri in Columbia, where she is majoring in elementary education. Her social sorority is Gamma Phi Beta. Her fiance, also a senior at the university, is majoring in history education. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Boston Barrett of Herculaneum, Mo., and is a member of the Delta Tau Delta social fraternity. The couple is planning a December wedding in Florida. FRY-MALLOY Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Malloy Sr. of 100 Hawbrook St., Jerseyville, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Cindy, and Jerry H. Fry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Fry of 219 Sherman St., 'Jerseyville. The bride-elect is a 1972 graduate of Jersey Community High School in Jerseyville, and is employed in the county treasurer's office in Jerseyville. Her fiance, a 1968 gradual* of the same high school, is employed by Olin-Mathieson Corporation in East Alton. An early November wedding is being planned. VETTER-REEDER The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Belinda Reeder and Glenn 0. Vetter Jr. is being announced. Miss Reeder, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reeder of 515 Montana, Bethalto, is a 1972 graduate of Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto. She Is employed by OMn Corporation Credit Union in East Alton. Her fiance is attending Illinois Labors and Contractors Training Program in Mt. Sterling. He is the son of Mrs. Ellen Vetter of Cottage Hills and Glenn 0. Vetter of Rte. 1, Moro. The couple is planning a By JOHN CONWELL Should skyjackers be delied? NO, but even the meekest passenger under the control of a skyjacker may wonder if he shouldn't put up more a battle against the air pirate. Yet resistance would prove more satisfying to the skyjacker. The headlines he would then garner may do more for his ego than being interned in a foreign land, or living in ignominious anonymity off his ill-gotten ransom — just bursting to lell everyone of his teat but, of course, not daring to whisper a word. Ave all grownups alike to kids? NO, the youngsters no! on'\ can spot adult different in attitudes and behav i >r. they can also take advantage of them. For instance, i: one paieiit is nioiv permissive, the children will pit th.- one parent against the other. In the ensuing clashes of tem- |KT;imenl, the children will find that they have "divided and conquered" the authority they fell was aligned against them. And don't think each parent won't try to be the children's favorite. Is it wrong to relish a marital light? THAT depends. A husband who gleefully provokes his wife into fighting is obviously lacking the essentials needed to make his marriage a success. On the other hand, a husband, who relishes a marital Hyit once the battle is on. may welcome- the opportunity to clear the air of a thousand little annoyances that have cropped up. and is hopefully looking forward lo ' a happier, smoother marriage once the flak stops flying. reb syndicate. Inc.) 5HSS IIKMWICKS MISS PETERS MISS MALU>\ MISS REEDER MISS HARDING MISS SIEMER spring wedding. MATTHEWS-PATTON An Oct 6 wedding at the . Religious Center at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville is being planned by Ms Connie Patton and Vernon Matthews. Ms Patton is a 1966 graduate of Herman High School in Herman, Mo. She is a senior student at SIDE where she is majoring in german. Mr. Matthews is a science teacher at Roxana High School. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huenefeld of Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Matthews of Roxana. SEYMOUR-HARDING An October 7 wedding is being planned by Miss Janie G. Harding of Medora, and John Seymour, who is employed in construction work. The bride elect will be a senior at Southwestern High School, Piasa. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seymour of 605 Mobile St., Brighton, is a 1971 graduate of the same high school. ROENTZ-SIEMER A november 4 wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Meppen is being planned by Miss Carol Marie Siemer, List of elementar y school lunch menus You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homcinaklng idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or soutlon to i proble'tt. Write Polly Cramer In care of the Alton livening Telegraph. College notes Two area students are candidates for the doctor of philosophy degree at the summer commencement program to be held at Southern Illinois Universityy, Carbonclale, Sept. 1. Clarence E. Van Hoy Jr. of 2466 Sylvan Lane, Alton, and obert Martin Bruker, J005 Troy Rnad, Edwardsville, will both receive Ph. D. degrees in education. Karen Lynn Yunck, a sophomore majoring in special education at Northern Illinois Universjtv in DeKalb, has been named to the last semester's dean's list. Offered a university honors program for a 3.5 or better average out of a 4-polnt average, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert" .1. Yungck of 700 Douglas Place. Alton. Fashion tips Nightly applications of baby oil will help you keep that sun-bronzed look even and moist by preventing the skin from drying and peeling. A good setting lotion will help keep the curl in your hair even with the summer's heat and humidity. ALTON WEDNESDAY: country fried steak and gravy, whipped potatoes, vegetable medley, bread, butter, milk, pear- apricot dipsy doodle. THURSDAY: Spaghetti with meat sauce, chef salad, toast points, fruit, milk, cookie. FRIDAY: Tuna salad sandwiches, potato chips, buttered green beans, milk, fruit. WOOD RIVER-HARTFORD WEDNESDAY: hot dog on bun, potato chips, pork and beans, spicy applesauce, milk, chocolate or white. THURSDAY: Barbecue pork on bun, shoestring potatoes, buttered com or peas, pear half, milk, chocolate or white. FRIDAY: Chicken salad sandwiches, carrots or green beans, lettuce salad, peach half, milk, chocolate or white. ROXANA WEDNESDAY: hot dogs on bun, baked beans, celery and carrot sticks, milk, applesauce, brownies. THURSDAY: Pizzaburgers, cole- milk, buttered green beans, slaw, bread, butter, frosted cake. FRIDAY: Chicken saUd sandwiches, potato chips, buttered corn, lettuce tomato salad, milk, peanut butter cookies. EDWARDSVILLE WEDNESDAY: hamburger on bun, cole slaw, buttered corn, milk, brownies. THURSDAY: Chicken salad on lettuce leaf, potato chip.7, buttered green beans, orange bran muffin, butter, milk, peanut butter chews. FRIDAY: Breaded whiting, potato salad, buttered carrots, bread, butter, milk, fruit. BUNKER HILL WEDNESDAY: chicken salad sandwiches, potato chips, green beans, sliced tomatoes, bread, butter, milk, peach slices. THURSDAY: Pigs in a blanket, pork and beans, gelatin, celery sticks, bread, butter, milk, cake squares. FRIDAY: Toasted cheese sandwiches, potato salad, buttered peas, tomatoes, bread, butter, milk, gelatin. Birth announcements Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard R. Edeu of Jerseyvilie, a son, 8 pounds and 12 ounces, 12:27 a.m., today, Jersey Community Hospital, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Draper, 2330 HOlcrest, a daughter, Sherry Kay, 9 pounds and 3 ounces, 4:40 p.m., Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. aud Mrs. N'oab Rucker Jr., 3223 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, first child, a daughter, Stephanie Anne, 6 pounds and 11 ounces, 8:25 a.m., Wednesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rucker is the former Brenda Wheeler, daughter of Otto Wheeler of Louisville, Ky. Paternal grandfather is Noah Rucker of Jefferson, lad. A MISS JOHNSON daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siemer of Meppen, and Roger W. Roentz, who is employed by Bill's Market in Grafton. The bride elect is a graduate of Brussels Community High School. She is employed by Union Electric Company in Alton. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roentz of Grafton, is a graduate of Jersey Community High School in Jerseyville. Mr. Roentz is a drummer for "The Marqet- tes" band of Grafton. KEIM-JOHNSON Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Johnson of 522 Old St. Louis Rd., Wood River are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Pamela Sue, to David John Keim. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of East Alton - Wood River High School in Wood River. She is employed by Passpoint Car Wash in Godfrey. Her fiance is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Richard J. Keim of 213 Olive, Brighton. He is a member of the 1971 graduating class of Collinsville High School. He is employed by Passpoint in Godfrey as manager. The couple has selected Nov. 2 as their wedding date.. MORl'LAND-EDGELL Mr. and Mrs. Homer Edgell of 1435 Eleventh St., Cottage Hills, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Diana S. to Russell D. Mortland. The couple will be married in the fall. The bride-elect is a 1972 graduate of Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto and is employed by East Alton Dairy. The prospective bridegroom, a 1970 graduate ,-6f Alton Senior High School in Alton, is employed by Ponderosa Steakllouse in Wood River. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mor- Uand of 1258 Carl St., Alton. SMITH-SUMMONS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons of 924 W. Crobin St., Bethalto, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Carol Elaine, and Jay Edward Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Smith of 406 N. Morrison St., Collinsville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto, and is employed by Trico, Lie. in Bethalto. Her fiance, a graduate of Collinsvil'.e High School, is employed by Consolidated Aluminum in Madison. CASTLEMAN-COWDRY Dr. and Mrs. Edmund V Cowdry Jr. of Kirkwood, Mo. have anno u need the engagement and approach'.:!.-', marriage of their daughter, Karen D., to Ensign Lexie C. Castleman. The couple will be married in December at the Kirkwood Methodist Church in Kirkwood. T h e bride-elect is a graduate of Kirkwood Senior High School and is attending Ihe University of Missouri in Coluiiibu. MISS EDGELL MISS SIMMONS MISS COWDRY MISS LOVELL The prospective bridegroom, is a graduate of the University of Missouri where he was affiliated with Beta Theta Pi social fraternity. He received his com mission through NROTC and is presently in flight training at NAS Whiting Field, Milton Fla. He is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Castleman of Lebanon, Mo. Miss Cowdry is the granddaughter of S. Carlos Byassee of Brighton and the late Mrs. Byassee. DRAKE-LOVELL The engagement of Miss Peggy Jo Lovell and Curtis Gregory • Drake is being announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Lovell of 143 E. 6th St., Roxana. Miss Lovell, a 1971 graduate of Roxana High School, attended Lewis and Clark A lovelier you MISS HILL Community College. She is employed by the General American Life Insurance Company, St. Louis. Her fiance, a 1971 graduate of Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto is attending the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Drake of 318 Mill, Bethalto. STACY-HILL Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A. Hi!l of 701 Missouri Ave., South Roxana, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Debbie Lee, and Sanford Irvin Stacy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murel J. Stacy of 350 Woodland, Wood River. The bride-elect is a graduate of Roxana High School. Her fiance, a 1971 graduate of East Alton-Wood Rivor High School, Wood River is employed by Donnley Printing MISS STOGSDHJL Company in St. Louis, Mo. BELL-STOGSDILL Mr. and Mrs. William Stogsdill of 624 Washington, East Alton, are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Donna, to Larry Bell of East Alton. The bride-elect is a senior at East Alton : Wood River High School in Wood River. She is employed by Horseshoe Bend Land Development Inc. Her fiance is the son of Rev. and Mrs. B. P. Bell of Homeward. He is a member of the 1970 graduating class of Civic Memorial High School. Bethalto, and also attended Central Bible College. He is employed by the school district in East Alton. The couple is planning a December wedding. The natural graceful action By MARY SUE MILLER There is a misconception in some quarters about gracefulness. Many people think of it as a ballet school affair — a bit too posey. or finical for daily life. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The graceful action is doing what comes naturally. The awkward movement is the unnatural one, both contrived and purposeless. What's more, awkwardness leads to fatigue, muscle strain and figure bulges, simply because it works against nature. If you aren't sold on the idea, try this experiment: Throw a matchbook on the floor then pick it up. How- did you retrieve it'.' By flopping over or plopping down'.' Either way you were off the natural course. And had you been able to glimpse your back in a mirror, you would never forget the gaucherie. (looking cut's For Sunday-night supper add small cooked shrimp and a little snerry to canned mushroom soup. After this course serve tru.t salad. (.'over Looked asparagus spears wish 1'annesan cheese sauce and 'jrnwn under the broiier. Good served with deviled or scrambled CL^S. ALWAYS Now try this pick-up: Approach the matchbook from the side, not head on Then, centering your weight on the balls of the feet and with the feei a pace apM't. slowly bend sour knees until vmi can easily grasp the matchliook; rise at a slow even tempo. Throughout hold the head and back erect. In the leciiniiiiio th 're is neither awkwardness nor strain. For the knees are used as leva's, a job for Mh:cli they were designed. of course, to perturm u."h ease, ilie kiicco muM be limber and the best exercise for limbering is the pick-up action. Bi:.\LTV KNOWS NO AGE Some women age before their time; some retain their youthful beauty and charm. Why'. 1 The secrets of non-stop attractiveness are revealed in IJKAI IV KNOWS NO Atilv Advice covers ways to a youthful figure, skin and hair; to flattering makeup, hairstyles and fashionv For your copy write t.i Mary Sue Miller in care ol the Alton Kven'.'i^ Telegraph, enclosing a long, sell-addressed, stamped envelope and 2'j ecuis in i uin.

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