Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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MONDAY,.SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Ann Landers She's Married, but Alone DEAR ANN LANDERS: Am I a neurtttic" toith a persecution complex as Aiy husband says, or do I have the right to expect more out of marriage than I'm getting? " .. Lflat spring I was In an automobile accident and I broke my leg. I telephoned, my husband /from the emergency ward of the hospital. He was at my brother's playing house poker. When I told him what had happened he said, _ "I'm about $40 Ann Landers, ahead right now and running a hot streak. I think I'd better stay in the game and make the hospital bill." So he sent my brother over and stayed in the game. When his own mother died he took so many nerve pills before the funeral he went out like a light. He was unable to attend Slipper Softies Knit a pair in a few hours- one flat piece plus cuff for each slipper. Thrifty, too! Cuddle-pups — oozy, jiffy-knit slippers.a child can put on himself. They stay on, too! Pattern 988: chart, .directions sizes 4 to 12 included. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for" each pattern for firskclass mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old'Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Biggest bargain in Needlecraft History! New 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25 cents! A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, right now. send 25 cents Pint Hair Styling! BETTY and JULIE'S Biauty Salon 80S'Henry St. Alton Phone 4*5-2801 for appointment the services and never knew a thing until the next day. Our own children do not get sick very often, but when they do he remembers a fishing date and leaves town. May I hear from you on this? MARRIED BUT ALONE DEAR MARRIED BUT: Your husband is not sufficiently grown up to face discomfort or unpleasantness, so when something challenging occurs he takes a duck. Such a man cannot be depended on in time of crisis. He folds like an accordian so, in a very real sense, your signature d scribes your situation accurately. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am an 18-year-old girl, popular, and I live in a lovely home. My mother died a year ago and now I am the lady of the house. My father is still young (43), successful in his profession and he's very good loojdng. Already several women are chasing him and I don't blame them. I feel, however, that so long as I am at home he should not consider marriage. Father was inconsolable for months after mom died and Jiow that he's coming out of it he seems to be paying a lot of attention to a certain woman hi our church. She is nice but how could he possibly put his arms around another woman and bring her into mother's home as his wife? What position would that place me in? This woman has two children of her own and they would have to be part of our family. Please don't tell me I'm wrong. Just tell me how to prevent my father from remarrying. NO OTHER WOMAN NEEDED DEAR NO OTHER: Your statement, "And now I am the lady of the house," is the key to your problem. You cannot replace your mother in your father's life and you shouldn't try. If you really want to help your dad pick up the pieces, encourage him to make new friendships. Remember that life is for the living. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A Eriend of mine met a writer at a party and liked him instantly. She said he warmed up to her at once and that they got along famously. She decided to pop in on him about two weeks later and felt that a phone call or Style Briefs (AP Newsfeatures) Cire is a new word which has found its way into fashion stories originating both from Paris and New York during the past year, ft is a fabric with- a glazed, Irregular surface which, in its most popular color, black looks like anthracite coaL Fashion writers struggled to describe it adequately after its introduction by European couturiers Yves St. Laurent, Louis ITeraud and Nina Ricci. What is it? It is basically a double fabric with arnel on the surface arid other yarns on the back to create a quilted, or puffy texture. This is flattened out, waxed and lacquered to provide its glazed and shiny surface. Since it is both wrinkle-resistant and water-repellent, it .lends itself to glamorous rainwear as well as opulent formalwear. At the moment the material is only available in Europe, but American fabric converters are working with researchers in order to develop the effect. BEAUTY SALON PHONE 462-7131 Open Mon. and Frl. Nites •Til 9 P.M. switch to bewitch i "• be a Clairol*High Fashion Bknde We know—blending ii our specialty! We'll choost your ethereal blonde shade from Clairol's shimmery galaxy of 32 Creme Toner? shades—each a dream ,' of light-hearted beauty. So why wait another minute to live your life as a blonde? Blending retouches, complete w!th ihampoo and ityle, from 8,50 f No Appointment Neceiwry t Use Your Charge Account written note in advance would have spoiled the "surprise". So she just went over one afternoon. (He works at home.) When my friend arrived she found a note tacked to his front door. It read: "IF YOU ARE UNINVITED AND UNEXPECTED YOU ARE ALSO UNWELCOME." She said she felt as if she had been slapped across the face with a wet towel. Whut do you think of a person who would tack up such a message on his front door? QUESTION MARK DEAR MARK : My off-hand guess is that a person who would tack up such a message on his front door does not wish to be dropped in on by anyone—not even people with whom he gets on famously at parties. * * * * Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for ANN LANDERS? 1 booklet, "Teenage. Smoking," enclosing with your request lOc in coin art'd a long, self- addressed envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate PRINTED PATTERN Bandbox-Neat PRINTED PATTERN The shirtwaist is an any-season, any-day delight to wear in vibrant solids, polka dots or checks. Note soft tucks, inverted pleats. Printed Pattern 4662: Half Sizes 14%, 16%, 18%, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% requires 4^4 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 Adams, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept, 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name,, Address, with Zone, Size, and Style Number. Pattern Fred Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes, cents for catalog,. Send 50 Roxana Club Women to Meet Tuesday V' ROXANA — The first meeting of the fall season of Roxana Woman's Club will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Community Building. Mrs. Boyd Raines and Mrs. Robert Ball are program chairmen and will show slides of activities at Allerton Park, Monticello, 111. Oil paintings made by students will be shown as well as scenery and buildings at the park, lor a program on art and literature. Miss Sandra Williams who attended a Workshop 'at Alerlon Park on an art scholarship from the Roxana Woman's Club will speak. Mrs. Lon Smith of Wood River and her students* Gretchen Bod- urn, Kathy Foehrkalb and Cindy Hallam will provide music for the program. The Misses Sharon and 'Karen Adams and Miss Alice Hanold will also provide vocal numbers. Mrs. Alan Rhea, president, announced year books would be distributed at the meeting. Mrs. Thomas Kerr has announced the membership drive will continue through September. Hostesses will be Mrs. Rhea, Mrs. Raymond Hanneken, Mrs. LeRoy Woodard, Mrs. Richard Duhrkop, Mrs. Cecil Zumwalt and Mrs. Elsie Johnson. 49 Ask City Not To Sell Parking Lot in East End A group of 49 business and professional, .men located in Alton's East End area have submitted a petition to the mayor- and City Council opposing sale of the parking lot at 4th and Ridge streets. ., The petition urged the council to retain the parking lot which the city proposes to sell because it is reportedly little - patronized. Southwestern District Has 1,659 Pupils PTASA — Southwestern D i s- r i c t Schools have an enrollment of 1,659. The enrollment in grades One to 12 was 1,545, an in- rease of 130 over last year. There were 114 enrolled in kindergarten, which makes a total of 244 stud- nts more than last year. The enrollment in Shipman is 07; Medora, 257; Brighton, 512. The enrollment in the junior high chool in Piasa is 271 and the en- ollment in grades 9 to 12 is 412. Troy L. Meyer, superintendent, nnouiiced that several rooms of tudents are housed in temporary quarters since the new buildings were not completed when school ipencd Aug. 28. fire In Car Extinguished A fire in the back seat of a car >wned by Herschel Voorhees of !lm St., Godfrey, was quelled by iremen at approximately 12:58 p.m. Saturday on Sixth Street at 'iasa. Apparently resulting from a lighted cigarette, the fire darn- age was restricted to the seat ushion. Chevrolet Will Offer 43 Different Models for Its Lineup in. 1964 Also on record as opposing sale of the lot is the Greater Alton Assn of Commerce and the East End Improvement Assn. The council at ' their last meeting, after discussing the situation, laid the matter over to another meeting. In the petition of the business and professional men, who are located in the 600-700 blocks of East Broadway, the opinion is expressed that the lot is "strategically located" in a growing) and revitalized business area. The parking lot, the petition said,: may be a vital factor in the area's long range, "vitality*' and the council is urged, to consider the long range implications of reducing parking facilities there. Tracy's Holstein ' Burke Pineside Admiral Carrie, an eight-year-old owned by William L. Track, Jers'eyville, produced 15,050 pounds of milk and 580 pounds of butterfat in 305 days. The University of Illinois supervised the weighing and testing of production as a part of the official breed improvement programs of The Hoistein-Friesian. Association of America. In announcing the new record, a spokesman for the national Holstein organization said that it compared to the average cow's annual output of 7,211 pounds of milk con taining 270 pounds .of butterfat. . For 1964, Chevrolet Motor Division will offer 43 models in five separate passenger car lines. Local dealers are Reilley Brothers of Alton and. Albrecht Chevrolet of Wood River. The new models will be shown Thursday. Each line has its own styling and wheel base. Above, reading down: 198-inch wheelbase Corvair Monza Coupe; 110-inch wheelbase Chewy II Nova 4-door sedan; the newest car in the Chevrolet family, the Chevelle Malibu 4-door sedan with 115-inch wheelbase; the Chevrolet Impala sports sedan with a 119- inch wheelbase; Not shown ,is the Corvette Sting Ray, which sports a 98-inch wheelbase. HARVEY REILLEY CHARLES ALBRECHT East Alton School Festival Slated for Next Saturday He Thinks Big SANTIAGO - EAST ALTON — An e v e n i n g dancing party for the young people of- the area, will be an added, attraction at the annual Fall School Festival, sponsored by the School Mother's Club, from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday on the Junior High School Grounds. Music for the party, which is scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m., will be provided by a collection of popular recordings, Mrs. Sam Guarino, general- chairman, said. Based on the theme, "Counery Fair", the festival'will open with a parade of costumed school children from Washington School to the festival grounds. Led by the City Police and Fire Departments, the children will march down St. oLuis Ave. toBowman, Bowman to Third, and east on Third to the school. Judging of the costume, and decorated bike contest will be held at the Washington school grounds at noon. .'• Music .will.be provided by. the Junior High School Band, under the direction of Joseph Bednara Another feature of the even will be games and contests foi youngsters, with prizes to be awarded in various categories Paul Palermo, Gene Rhodes anc Riger Smith, Junior High School physical education supervisors will conduct the event. The midway of the carniva grounds will be lined with boothsi games and carnical rides provided by the Donnelley Amusement Co. including mery-go-round, feris wheel, tub o' fun, kiddie cars butterfly and thrill rides. Advance tickets for the rides will be Sold at each of the schools during the noon hours Thursday A Chilean tile! maker says he can double his business if granted a license to export to North America! ... citified chic in im exquisite wool double knit suit with a •harp contrast of colour «A the notched lapels •nd trimming the com* fpnton dressmaker- designed overblouse. Sizes 8 to 18 .,.o/ course/ EASTGATE PLAZA—OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M, Joseph Wannamaker Jr. to Receive $1,000 Scholarship Joseph Wannamaker Jr., 1902 Park Ave., will receive a Mueller Co. Scholarship of $1,000 for the 1963-64 school year at Knox College, Galesburg, it was announced today. A junior student at Knox, Wannamaker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wannamaker Jr., and graduated from Alton High School. He was selected for the honors course in chemistry at Alton High and held memberships in the Science Club, French Club and band. At Knox he ,has been football team manager and has participated in a political club. A member of Alph Delta Epsilon social fraternity, he is majoring in eco- South Roxana Cubs To Meet Tonight SOUTH ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack 24 will have its first pack meeting of the fall season at 7:30 p.m. today at South Roxana School. AFGHAN — Afghanistan is trying to change her vice laws. nomics and business administration. He is serving as a freshman counselor this year. The Mueller Co., headquartered in Decatur, assigned two scholarships to Knox this year. The corporation manufacturers distribution and service products for the water and gas industries. Dark Room s HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California HO 5-6086 COATS FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Weather CAR GOATS FUR TRIM PARKAS at Paulene's Fashions Monttoello Plaza DRAPERIES FREE MADE With Purchase of Material at $1,99 Yd. and Up Our experienced personnel will M»i»t you with your decorating needs. SI c/ RPET CO. I486 MAIN ST, — PHONE 465-8626 or 463-5890 WILSHIKE VILLAGE — 269-7988 and Friday by a comnilttee of mothers. Lunches will be served through out the day in the school cafeteria, with Mrs! Ja.ck Dilliard am Mrs. Vurl Schillings as co-chair men of the serving committee The menu will .include yips-yips hot dogs, baked beans, etc. Mrs. Clara Stinson is assisting Mrs. Guarino as chairman o arangements. MONROVIA — Liberian police eport a decrease in crime. Pfte-TElN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAfttt PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central Ave. 482-081* _ mm ^ l ^^ii^ am ^SSSSS^mHfm*m SALON OF ENCHANTMENT 975 Edwardsvllle ltd. Wood River GENEVA E. UFERT Owner & Operator DIAL 254-8881 DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY BINDLEB'S DEIfT. STORE Upper Alton BFNDLEB'S EASTGATH Enstgnte Shopping Center — East Alton — FREE-FREE-FREE Dry With Washing Every Tues. and Than. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. QUICK CLEAN CENTER No. 3 Eastgate Plaza EAST ALTON Completely Air Cooled Hey Kids! Go First-Class . , , At Less Cost Than Year Book Photographsl ALTON HIQH SCHOOL STUDENT SPECIAL! GRAVEHANN 100 Wallti PORTRAITS $7.95 Offer expires Nov. 1st CHERI'S BEAUTY SALON Presents Helen Bock & Charles Mayberry For Professional Beauf7 Services CHERI'S BEAUT Y SALON 415 Alton Street—Phone 465-9073 Frances Shea, Owner Beauty Salon Arcade—Wilshlr* Village Dial CL 4-1018 CUT! 'OLIVER' SMART ... CASUAL The season's most stylish cut can be shaped to lines-that please you best.. .It's youthful and if 75 pretty, too! JL Budget Wave 5.95 *NORMAL HAIR ONLY • No Appointment Necessary PERMANENT WAVE SALE PRINCESS BEAUTY SALONS 116 E. Main East Alton Thur. & Fri. 'Til 9 P.M. 55 E. Ferguson Woofl River Open Daily 8 A.M. to 6 P.M Here Is Your Helper For That Fall Housecleaning! NEW EUREKA MORE VACUUM CLEANER FOR LESS MONEY • Over 1 H.P. Motor • New Mobility • Flip top Lid • Cordw|nd Handle $QQ95 39 Compltlt tjtt, M( oficctssoflts MOOR 7| I NEW EUREKA POLISHER-SCRUBBER WAXES M BUFFS m SCRUBS • Special Cord Clip • Automatic off-on Switch • All Steel Construction • lifetime Lubrication • All Purpote Oversize Brushes '19 95 MODEL 11 Eureka "Lightweight" Sweepers Eureka Upright Sweepers Charge It or Buy On Time Payment Plan Free Parting At Rear Entrance 627 i. Broadway Alton F L» H IM I T U H t

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