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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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A-10 AlWn Evening Telegraph Friday, August 25, Il972 Pants are out The big novelty of the fashion showing in Rome recently by Valentino was that, lie no longer likes panljj;. It's knee-length skirts and dresses lor him now. This gown of gold organza with chess pa I lorn woven in yvas part of the Valentino show. (AP Wirepholo) Date Book (Dale Book items must be submitted before Thursday noon.) SUNDAY, AUG. 27 Lambda XI Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 2 until 4 p.m., family ice cream social, Box Board club grounds; "Beginning Day". XI Delta Mil Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 3 p.m., family picnic, Onizccl Cluhgrounds, Area No. 8. Sanson-Wylder Family Reunion, Terry Park, Palmyra. MONDAY, AUG. 28 -Senior Citizens Community Hospitality Center, 10 a.m. unt.il 3 p.m., Metropolitan United Methodist Church, fith and Market Streets. Slim Talk, 10 a.m., Wood River Roundhouse. Unity Study Class, 1 p.m., YWCA. Alton Area Barbershoppers, 8 p.m., Hotel Stratford. Parents Without Partners, Alton chapter, 8 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. Alton Area Athletic Association, 8:30 p.m., Hock Spring Park Itocroation Center. TUESDAY, AUG. 29 Altonlan TOPS, 11:45 a.m., YWCA. Hayner Library Free Films, 2 p.m., in the library, "Nature's Half Acre", grades 1-4. Slim Talk, 6:30 p.m., Roxarena, ttoxana. St. Anthony's Hospital Auxiliary Board, 7;30 p.m., Mrs. Mike Jacobson, 3824 Horn; Beginning Day and Rush Party. Sweet Adelines, 7:30 p.m., Eagles' Hall. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30 KusU'-r Seal Auxiliary, 10 a.m., board meeting and workshop, Mrs. Charlotte Goforth, 1508 Colonial Drive, Godfrey; bring sack lunch. Alton Children's Theatre Board, 11:3(1 a.m. luncheon, Mrs. Stephen Tassinari, 4916 Paris Drive, Godfrey; 12:30 a.m., meeting. AI-Anon Family (iroiip, 9:45 a.m., Zion Lutheran Church, Bcthalto. THURSDAY, AUG. 31 No meetings scheduled. FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 YWCA Senior Citi/ens Club, 10:30 a.m., YWCA; with polluck luncheon. Alton Senior Citizen's Club, 10:30 a.m., Hock Spring Recreation Center. St. Louis Horticultural Society, 8 p.m., Museum Building, Shaw's Garden, Cleveland Street entrance. Alton Rcbckah Lodge, 8 p.m., Greenwood Odd Fellow's Hall, 2532 Stale St. Women's Lib, 8:30 p.m., St. Andrew's Episcopal church, Hillsboro 'and Buchanan Avenues, Edwardsville Senior Citixens Community Hospitality Center, 10 a.m., until 3 p.m., Metropolitan United Methodist, Church, 6th and Market. Streets. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 Godfrey Antique and Coin Show, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., Godfrey Civic Center; Second Anniversary. Hayner Library Free Films, 2 p.m., in the library; "Bear Country". Babies born in Alton area S. Sgt. and Mrs. Fred Covington Sr., 21G Dooley Drive, a daughter, Gina Kharmi.van, 5 pounds ,-ind ft ounces, 8:32 p.m.. Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Fred Jr., 6 and Kevin Jerome, 3. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Burks, Rte. 2, Brighton, a son, Christopher O'Neal, 5 pounds and 6 ounces, 9:33 p.m., W e d n e s day, St. Joseph's Ho s p i t a 1. Three elder daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy A. Rushton, 2 S. Main St./Wood River, a son, Roy Allen, 5 pounds and 8 ounces, 10:55 a.m., Wednesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Beth Ann, 6 and Rebecca Lynn, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Qulnn, Rte. 3, Jerseyville, a daughter, Kelly Sue, 7 pounds and 15 ounces, 12:50 a.m., Wednesday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Cory Quinn, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.. child, a son, Jeffrey Edward, child, a son. Jtffrey Edward. 8 pounds and 7 ounces, l'J:()L' Fashion tips Moisturizers now come with a bit oi tint to give you a glow under or OUT foundation. Or you can use the moisturizer-blush w 11 h o u t foundation if your complexion is good enough. p.m.. Tuesday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Blair is t|ie former Prggy Misegnctos, daughter of Mr. and Mfs. Louis Misegadcs of Fielddn, Paternal grandparents a|ce Mr. and Mrs. James F. Schneider of 321 Glover St. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Keely, 634 Mary Drive, East Alton, a son, John Lewis, 8 pounds and 12 ounces, 3;loi a.m., Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Kkk>r daughter, Tranna Elizabeth, 2. Mr. and Mrs. ll«iinaul, Staunloi), a .son. fi pounds and 13 ounces, A p. in., C. o m m unit y Memorial Hospital, Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Clark, 2305 Maxey St., first child, a son, James Alan, 9 pounds and 2 ounces, 11:08 a.m., Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Clark is the i o r m e r Barbara Short, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Short of (iodfrfy. Paternal grandparents i(re Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of viodfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmidt, 920 Burns St., a son, William Thomas, 7 pounds and 14 ounces, 8:31 p.m., Thursday. Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Donald Lee Jr., 18 months. Mr. and Mrs. George Stcehlingcr, 577 Highland Ave., first child, a daughter. Tracy Kristine, 5 pounds and 11 ounces, 1:40 a.m., Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Steehlinger is the former Deana Carrigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carrigan of 1212 Florence, Alton. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Cleo Steehlinger of Meadowbrook. Sgt. and Mrs. Jan Garrison, Fairborn, Ohio, first child, a Hi»;iiWII!Vi|IW!i«»«:'l]miV"Hi!l£ •25% DISCOUNT! | ON DRAPES I • NATIONAL CLEANERS • E«rt Alton DUQGER SWIMMING POOLS, INC. AND SPORTING GOODS 332 W. BETHALTO DR.. BCTHAUTO. ILL. 62O1O HWY. 140 61B/377-8237 VACUUM CLEANERS WASHING MACHINES MIDDLECOFF'S PARTS & SERVICE 838 K. 7th 46 Ladies' & Gents' RONSON CIGARETTE LIGHTERS 25% OFF M/UUR-WITZ Diuinoiul Center EASTGATE PLAZA Open Mon. thru Sat. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Living habits and illnesses Versatile! PRINTED PATTERN Hip Into this streamlined pant-suit that's perfect for so many times and places! The dress version has the same great shape and band collar. Printed Pattern 4717: New Misses' Sizes , 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 (bust 34) tunic 2% yards 45-inch; pants 2% yards. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Care of Alton Evening Telegraph, 177 Patera Depl, 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y., 10011. Print Name, Address with Zip, Size and Style Number. Be a fashion winner! See 100 easy, fascinating styles — choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75 cents. Instant Sewing Book — cut, fit. sew modern way. $1.00. Instant Fashion Book — what to wear answers. $1.00. HEAR DR. LAMB — You asked what people do for insomnia. I don't use sleeping pills, I just check up on myself and see what bad habits I have. Usually it's because I ve been drinking too much tea, coffe, colas, booze—take your choice. So I either cut down or cut out and sleep. People are really dumb about their bad habits. They pretend their living habits aren't hurting them and then when their poor bodies protest at last, they stuff dope down their gullets thinking that will solve all their problems. I think a lot of women would not have gal bladder trouble if they drank enough water. I've talked to a lot of them and everyone of thetrt admits that they haven't drank any water in years. They think their illness isn't their fault and that they're just unlucky. One or two of the fat old biddies blame it on the "will of God" but they'd have a fit if the old wino down the street blamed the "will of God" for his bad liver. No difference. I think you doctors are to blame to a certain extent. Instead of giving pills why don't you tell those people who only need to reduce or to revise their bad habits to do just that? But of course, they wouldn't do it. They like son, diet Rilcy. 7 pounds and 14 ounces. 4 a.m., today, Wright Patterson Air Force Biisc. Mi's. (id prison is the former Margaret Ann lla- shbarger, daughter of Mr. and Ms. George Harshbarger, of 464 W. Rosedale, East Alton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John GaiTison of 569 Brookwood, East Alton. NOT AT ALL! When your child is old enough for school it's lime to start piano! If you are reluctant to buy, RKNT a piano During the trial period, you can evaluate your child's potential. With a series of trial lessons, you can prove to yourself t'nat your child hfs the ability to learn piano. It's vhe sensible way if you're not sure. For Complete Information Call 5,H K. Riluy. 462-0666 Buy With Confidence At Alton'* Complete Music Store Time-of-the-month ? I)i«- \oui rinn 'ill 1 " :l '•'»" '"'If 1 • »MiV-Or HOCS It IM'I'I'U-SMV get MHii k l-flow. voui knui'kU- 'i.iniiK ihe davt o/ tin- ]">' menstrual aliH men strual l.elliHl'' It may tell whether you art- letammn lluul in the svh tun-body bloating waU-i that often builds up due to overtuedne^v stress during the menstrual stages Amazing new X-PEI. "Water J'illa"-* gentle diuretic-heli>a you lose »» much »s 5 pounds ol this water weight gain, and helps to reliev* body-bloating puttmesa when bod> water retention "swells" your w»n>t. I h i g h s . tummy, legs, arm* Stay as slim as, you ate Ask for X-I'KJ. "WATKK I'll.I.S" on our guarantee ol ,.t,sfa< t ion or . _ , B\uru->' t»a'iv (»et it /.\J 9 lodav at i v UHUC; LEADER'S 2-*-^ ' , ' •/ & ^."^ NO CHARGE ^^' SPECIALS! - • GIRLS'DRESSES • SKIRTS • SPORTSWEAR • BLOUSES • TOPS • SLACKS ... ItiiY Virsl 11 fin ll I* rice — til n I GET SECOND ITEM FOR JUST... Open Doily 9 to 9 -- Sot. 'Til 6 p.m. Sundpy Noon to 5 p.m Leader Department Store 710 E. Broadway FOR LABOR I Custom Drapes Mad* to y«Nir *xm m*cnur«<n*i«i». PAY ONLY FOR MATERIALS USED M our wide, womforfuf decorator fabric*... fro ImTTH Use Your Master Charge at — P. N. HIRSCH & CO. SHOPPING CENTERS WILSHIRE VILLAGE ALTON PLAZA PIASA CORNERS CHATEAU DES FLEURS open every A night 'HI V P.M. WOOD RIVER open 'til 5:30 Friday U to U p.m. Outer Stores Upeii on Sunday* 12:30 (o 6:00 p.m. By Dr. Lawrence Et Lamb to stuff their innards wih poison. DEAR READER — Your hostility is showing. I am glad to note that you are a woman and not a man or I would have thought you were a male chauvinist pig. However, your observations that people's habits contribute to their illness applies to both men and women. In other words, to so.me "fat old buzzards" as well as to use your phrase some "fat old biddies." I agree that doctors should do more to encourage people to do things to prevent illness. The problem is that most of the things people need to do about their living habits to prevent illness aren't very popular. People don't like to limit the amount they eat or the amount they drink or to stop smoking and others don't like to do any exercise. Yet these are some of the most important aspects of maintaining good health and preventing illness. If you read my column very often you will know that I frequently encourage people to adopt better living habits. I'm glad to have such a militant disciple on my side. Here's a new thought on why men are less susceptible to urinary tract infections than women. Dr. William Ferrar at Stanford University has reported that the prostatic fluid of normal men •contains an antibacterial substance that completely destroys bacteria obtained from patients with urinary tract infections. This substance is being investigated further to see if dt can be clearly identified and synthesized to be used in treating infections. I have always thought of the male prostate as being of relatively dubious value since it causes a lot of men a great deal of difficulty, but it may turn out that it does have a purpose even in protecting against urinary tract infections, which might explain its inconvenient location at the outlet of the bladder. Send your questons to Dr. Lamb, to care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on impotence, send Si cents to the same address and ask for "Impotence" booklet TIMEX® WATCH REPAIR We Are FACTORY AUTHORIZED Under the Times® Guarantee Watchea out of luaranu* . . , small charge "Genuine TIMEX Electric Watch Energy Celts Available" HARTMANN'S JEWELRY & GIFT SHOP 17 E. Ferguson, Wood River. 254-8911 Watch For Our Ad Each Thursday! Life Stride Shoes PAUL'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ALTON Cheri's Hair Fashions Formerly Bo-Cheri ANNOUNCING Manicuring by Vilma Lev! Diplomas Received in Paris, France for Manicuring and Make-Up Perms, Hair Fashions, & Conditioning by Barbara Richardson, Monie Ash, Kay Raffety, Sharon Lawrence Asst. Karen Dickson Owner Frances Shea 516 W. Delmar 466-6996 "Tired of old worn-out furniture and you want to make your home more delightful and interesting with beautiful new elegant furniture" Dining is a wonderful family affair. This "Benchmark" 6-Pc. DINING ROOM suite will help make your dining more pleasant. Antique sandal finish. Carved details. Plastic top table opens to 52 in. Lighted china. Three side chairs and one arm chair all with gold damask seats. Reg. $659.50. Reduced to $589.95. SAVE $69. Happy dreams are bound to come true in the home with this fine contemporary BEDROOM SUITE by DIXIE. Walnut veneers and solids. Simple design yet has many MOD details. Panel headboard bed with frame. Triple Dresser and Mirror. 5-Drawer Chest. So if you are looking for style, at a low price, you need look no further. Reg. $325.00. Reduced to $279.95. SAVE $65. There's a charm, warmth, and durable design of this handsome MEDITERRANEAN BEDROOM SUITE by THOMASVILLE that will add interest to any bedroom. You must see this to truly appreciate it. Solid oak and oak veneers. Carved headboard with bed frame- 5-Drawer Chest. Triple Dresser with Mirror. Night Stand. Reg. $779. Reduced to $629.95. SAVE $49. A DINING room suite designed especially for the small dining area, apartments, MOBILE homes, with no room for buffets, or chinas. "Casa Grande" style in fruit-wood. Spacious oval table, five side chairs and one master chair with high cane backs and red velvet seats. Reg. $632.50. Reduced to $499.95. SAVE $132. If you like to PLAY GAMES, cards, chess, etc. and want something more distinctive than an ordinary card table, you will want to see this set. Inlaid walnut veneers. Sturdy construction. Four cane back chairs. Reg. $253.00. Reduced to $169.95. SAVE $83. For you young moderns who like a big loungey SOFA that is soft and very comfortable. By SELIG. Low to the floor. Reversible back and seat cushions. Tailored in a heavy big pattern print. Reg. $429.95. Reduced to $389.95. SAVE $40. The "AVANT" SOFA by Kroehler, is very distinctive with its arm straps, long slim look, high back, will give a fresh new look to contemporary homes. Herculon stripe. Reg. $415.00. Reduced to $.379.95. SAVE $35. This BEDROOM SUITE will pamper the ego of any homemaker- Has a fresh mod look. Prima Vera veneers in Autumn Bronze finish. Headboard bed with frame. 5-Drawer Chest. 6-Drawer extra wide Dresser, with Mirror. Reg. $519.50. Reduced to $449.95. SAVE $69. For the student in your family. Desk with hutch top. Six drawers. Two shelves. "Maria" antique white. Smart and practical- Plastic top. Reg. $234.50. Reduced to $199.95. SAVE $34. DESK CHAIR for above. Reg. $42.50. Reduced to $34.95. SAVE $7. An exceptional value for those who like good traditional. Tapestry tailored CHAIR with kick- pleat- Fpam arms. You must sit in it to learn its comfort. See it for its good design. Reg. $159.50. Reduced to $119.95. SAVE $39. CHAIRS are used so often that they wear out sooner than any other furniture. If you need a new traditional CHAIR, you will like this damask traditional with high back. Reg. $119.50. Reduced to $99.95. SAVE $19 If you live in a small apartment, a MOBILE HOME, here's a practical idea if you need a SOFA. Acquire one that makes up into a bed, and you'll always have an extra bedroom. KROEHLER "Sleeporlounge." Full size bed. Contemporary. Durable herculon. Reg- $285. Reduced to $229.95. SAVE $55. TABLES besides adding a nice touch to every room are also very practical. This slate top with big cabinet, in oak, will make a convenient chair side table, or put it in a hall with a mirror above it. Reg. $105. Reduced to $69.95. SAVE $35. A full size CHAIR but styled for small rooms, MOBILE homes, or apartments. Armless. Wood trim. Early American. Reg. $79.50. Reduced to $49.95. SAVE $2». Perhaps you have a fine traditional home and need a DESK to fit its formal decor. See this Half- Moon design. Rich Mahogany. Shaped back desk chair - burgundy velvet seat. Reg. $359.50. Reduced to $259.95. SAVE $99. Just a few of the many furniture items on sale at reduced prices. Tagged with regular and sale prices. Subject to prior sale. All Items are carefully inspected by experienced servicemen prior to delivery to your home. CONVENIENT BUDGET PAYMENTS Park Free la Our Lot At Rear Entrance IN ALTON: 627 EAST BROADWAY ra i T u Now is the time to acquire the furniture you've always wanted, or dreamed about You will save money too, during JACOBVS BIG FURNITURE CLEARANCE SALE. Regular stock. No seconds, or old warehouse stock. Come in, browse around, compare, and you'll agree these are exceptional values.

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