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A-16 Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, August 24, .1972 Temperature norm varies 748 MKS. MACKE Macke- Redman nuptials Kiss Charlotte Louise Ttedman of South Koxana became the bride of Virgil Macke -Jr. of Marshall Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. in the First Church of Christ (Christian) In Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Redman of 1315 Broadway, The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil -Macke Sr. of 115 Eleventh St. Rev. Galen Winters, the First Christian Church, pastor of Ashland, officiated, and a reception was held afterward in the church social rooms. The bride wore a gown of satin with a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a pill box headpiece. She carried a bouquet of carnations and roses with white ribbons. Her attendents were Mrs. Michael Appel, matron of honor; and. bridesmaids. Miss Theresa Macke, Miss Doris Macke, and Miss Deborah Vogan. The bridegroom's attendants were Bob Barrett, best man; and the groomsmen, David Redman, David Walker and Dan Stewart. The bride is a graduate of Roxana High School and will be a junior at Lincoln Christian College. Her husband is a graduate of Marshall High School and Lincoln Christian College. He is presently doing graduate work in psychology. DEAR DR. LAMB - Could you please discuss temperature and explain if it is normal for a child almost 10 to have a regular temperature ranging from 93.2 to TO.fi degrees? I first discovered this last Thanksgiving and it didn't follow an illness. She has been seen by the doctor twice and there was no sign of illness. All of her lalxiralory studies were normal. She looks well and has a good appetite, but I'm worried about what this means. My doctor seems ucocerned. If you say the above average temperature is nothing to worry about, I'll ignore it. Otherwise, should 1 take her to another doctor or what' 1 DEAIt READER - You did the right thing in taking your daughter to the doctor for a good medical examination. Since she turned out to be perfectly normal by examination 1 think you could .ndced forget the problem. Body temperature varies a lot in different people. The oral temperature ranges from 9fi.fi degrees F. to 100.0 degrees F. Not only that, some people have a normal daily variation in body temperature of as much as 2.0 degrees F. or 3.0 degrees F. Usually the body temperature is lowest between 3 and 5 in the morning and it. is highest in the late afternoon or early evcrning. It is particularly labile in infants and it's more labile in children than it is in adults. Many normal adults have an afternoon or early evenng temperature of 99.0 degrees F. or more. Body temperature can be influenced by a good many factors. Strenuous exercise can temporarily elevate the temeprature several degrees. Even eating hot, spicy foods can elevate the temperature in some people. The temperature regulating center for the brain is located in the area called the hypothalamus, which is a small structure underneath the brain behind the eyes. It's literally the switchboard for human emotions. Therefore it's not too surprising that emotional reactions can influence body temperature. A11 things By »r. Lawrence E. Lamh considered, in the face of a normal medical examination, I wou.d say that your doctor i.s probably wise in ignoring it and think you should do the same. I receive many letters from women who have had their tubse tied and later regretted it. Attempts have been made for several years to reunite several tubes or undo female sterility operations. These have met with varied success. For readers who are concerned with the problem, however, they might be in- Crested to know that Dr. Celso-Hamon Garcia at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia has developed a micro surgery technique. The surgery is done with the aid of a microscope and Dr. Garcia has been able to obtain successful rejoining of open tubes in 50 per cent of his cases. Of his first 14 patients, three have been pregnant and one of them has had two normal pregnancies. There are many problems associated with the reconstructive surgery but at least there's hope for those who are sony about the whole thing. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on cholesterol, send 50 cents to the same address and ask tor "Cholesterol" booklet. No racket will last forever To crown Miss Brighton Swing Out at Betsey Ann Homecoming Together Crowning of Miss Brighton will be the Saturday night feature of the 70th Betsey Ann 11 o m e c o m i n g which gets under way Friday evening at Betsey Ann Park here. Robert Hunter will emcee the 8 p.m. beauty pageant to be held in the Park's amphitheater. Music will lie furnished by Walt Bowen and the American generation, a music group whose presentation follows the Up With People type. The six contestants, all from the southwestern area, include five Brightonians, 'he Misses Lana Reed, Rita Matlack, Dianna Hatton, Dee Trimm, Kathy Beuttel and Miss Tina Hazelwood of Rte. 1, Bunker Hill. The contestants will be judged for beauty, form, posture, personality and charm as well as their stage appearance. Judges for the event include John Casey of the Godfrey Slate Bank who is also president of the Alton-Godfrey Jaycees and has been involved with the organizations beauty pageant program. Other judges are Mrs. Debbie Stelcleni, arts and theatre teacher at Lewis and Clark Junior College; Benton Mundy of the Benton School of Hair Design in Alton; and Dr. Robert Birkheimer, president of Lewis and Clark Jumnr College. The contestants will meet the judges at a tea at 5:20 p.m. in the Municipal building. The Miss Brighton Queen will participate in the Macoupin County Fair beauty pageant next year. The Youth Theater Workshop will also present a play entitled "The Tale of Betsey Ann", with the youth of Brighton participating. The play centers around an imaginary character named Betsey Ann and the spirit she adds to the growth of the town of Brighton. Many historical happenings are used as the basis for the action of the play. Miss Judy Wagenblast is director of the play which will feature music, dancing, comedy and drama. Swing into fall in matching, ripple-design capes. Be carefree in cozy capes — perfect topping for pants, skirts, dresses. Quick to crochet in 3 colors. 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Mrs. Switzer's grandparents are Mr. ar,d Mrs. A. L. (Tony) Forneris of Carlinville. YOWELL-KOCH Newlyweds Marine Sgt. and Mrs. William E. Yowcll have left on a wedding trip to Santa Ana, Calif, where he is stationed at Marine Air Base at El Toro. Sgt. Yowell and the former Miss Lu Ann Koch were married recently in St. Peter's Catholic Church in Elmhursl. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Koch of E Im h u rs t . Sgt. Yowell's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William A. Yowell of Normal. Grandparents of Sgt. Yowell are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osterman of Gillespie and Mrs. Althea Yowell of Chesterfield, formerly of Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Donneker of 318 N. High St., Carlinvffle observed their silver wedding anniversary in their home Thursday, Aug. 10. Mr. Donneker and the former Miss Betty J. Fullington were married in 1947 in St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Carlinville with Rev. R. Hohmann of- ficiating. The couple have four children, Mrs. Kathryn Basso of Colorado Springs, Colo.; William, a student at Blackbum College; Robert, a student at Eastern Illinois University; and Rick, at home. There is one grandchild. Halter-back loungers, long, colorful dresses, make terrific hostess gowns during summer evening's entertaining. DEAR ANN: I have a friend who bragged to me that she took a trip to the Coast with $600 worth of luggage that didn't cost her a dime. When I asked her how she did it she said, "I picked out the best luggage I could find, charged it, and returned it when I got home. I just told the store manager it was poorly designed, too heavy, and I didn't like it." I was shocked that a person could do such a thing. She told me she does the same with hats, purses, and she even "borrowed" a lamp for a party once. Why do storekeepers allow such deceit? Are they stupid? — J. L. J. DEAR J.: No racket lasts forever. Petty crooks are eventually found out and their reputations are mud. They are the stupid ones. DEAR ANN: How many times has someone asked, "Do you mind if I smoke''" and even though you'd rather not have smoke blown in your face you say, "That's all right, go ahead." New evidence should "be called to the attention of the reading public, Ann, and here it is. Recent experiments at Texas A & M University indicate that 30 minutes in a smoke-filled room significantly increases (he non-smoker's heart rate, blood pressure and the amount of carbon monoxide in his blood. A team of researchers at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center reported that smoke drifting from the burning ends of cigarets, pipes and cigars contains cadmium which could definitely be harmful when inhaled by onlookers. Another research team at Wayne State University in Detroit found that acute illnesses, mostly respiratory, were twice as prevalent among young children whose parents smoked at home than among children whose parents did not. Please, Ann, urge your readers to say, when asked, "Do you mind if I smoke?" — YES, I do mind. It's bad for my health."—CHARLES KIESEWETTER, executive Cooking cues To stretch a package of frozen okra, after cooking, add canned whole-kernel corn and reheat. director T.B. and health society, Wayne-Oakland counties. DEAR C.K.: Thank you for writing. For those who are too timid to say, "Yes, I do mind," I suggest that you clip this column and have copies made. When asked the question simply hand it over. That should clear a sinus or two. DEAR ANN: I've been reading your column every day for four years hoping to see my problem from someone else. So far it has not appeared and I am getting desperate. I can't sing tfly name for obvious reasons. My dad is a prominent man in town. When I wa? 16 I had an illegitimate child. I gave him up for adoption on To observe 2 5 th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Kalvin of 6400 Sunset Drive, Godfrey, will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Glade's in Carlinville to be given by Mrs. Kalvin's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schlomann of Benld. Mr. Kalvin, a 32-year employe with Owens Illinois Glass, at the Godfrey plant, and the former Miss Roselyn Schlomann of Mt. Olive were married Aug. 23, 1947 at the Trinity Church in St. Louis. > 25% DISCOUNT! ON DRAPES § NATIONAL CLEANERS • East Alton «he advice of a lawyer and a doctor. It was the best thing to do at the time and I have never regretted it. At age 19 I married a wonderful man who knew all about my past and lias never mentioned it since. We now have two lovely children, ages 4 and 6. Several people in town knew about my illegitimate child but no one ever threw it up to me. I have conducted myself like a lady since marriage and am considered respectable. 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