Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1972 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MR. AND MRS. KING Carrollton couple married 50 years An anniversary reception will be given on Sunday, Sept. 3 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben King of Carrollton in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. The honored couple will receive their friends 'and relatives from 2 until 5 p.m. at the First Baptist Church social rooms. Mr. King and the former Miss Addie Darr were married on Sept. 5, 1922 in Jerseyville. Their children are: Ben Jr. of Godfrey; Max and Mrs. James (Barbara) Tuey, both of Carrollton; Mrs. Joe (Adeline) Meredith of Lake Wood, Ohio; and Mrs. Gene (Beverly) Reeder of El Granada, Calif. There are 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The couple is requesting no gifts. CM reunion reservations deadline scheduled Friday The reservations deadline for the 1962 class reunion of Civic Memorial High School has been set for Friday, Sept. 1. The event will be held on Sept. 23 at the Lewis and Clark Restaurant in East Alton beginniing with a 6:30 p.m. social hour followed by a buffet dinner. Music for dancing will be furnished by T.J. and the Illusions from 9 until 1 a.m. Mrs. Thomas Spurgeon is serving as chairman of the event. Couples recently wed LENIIARDT-DOWNS The Main Street Baptist Church in Alton was the scene of the wedding of Miss Janet Downs of Alton and Howard Lenhardt of Alton. The ceremony was performed at 6 p.m., August 19, by the Rev. Basil Williams. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Downs of 605 Main St., Alton. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lenhardt of Holiday Shores. The bride wore a gown of green air! beige satin. Her veil was dttached to a beige lace headpiece. She carried a bouquet of pink rose buds. Mrs. Keith McKce and Gary Cox served as the couple's attendants. The couple is making their home in Bethalto. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and is employed by Stern and Co. in St. Louis as a secretary. Her husband is a graduate of Kdwardsville High School and is employed by Lenhardt Tool and Dye in Alton. ItODCUKS-nOKMAN Miss Joy Lea Borman of Carlinville became the bride of Richard P. Rodgers of Bement August 19 at 2 p.m. in the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Carlinville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Borman of R. R. 1, Carlinville. The bridegroom is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rodgers of Bement. Decorating the home can be made easier The Rev. Thomas Gough officiated. The bride wore a gown of ivory satapeau with a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a semi-profile headpiece. She canned a bouquet of orchids, stephanotis, and baby's breath. Her attendants were Mrs. Michael Cook, sister of the bride mairon of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Ginger Reilley, Mrs. Richard Ernst, Mrs. Michael Boston, and Miss Kendra Harris. The attendants wore pastel colored crepe chiffon gowns. T h e bridegroom's attendants were Bill Rodgers, brother of 1hc bridegroom, best man; and the groomsmen, Pete Daslr, Ken Farrar, John Pope and John Stergulz. The couple will live at 1805 W. Williams, Champaign. The bride is a graduate of Carlinville High School and attends Eastern Illinois University. Her husband is a graduate of Bement High School and is employed by the Urbana school system as a coach. |L« ' JT'B >'•>'•••'• /• :<«"'•'• 1* P25% DISCOUNT! | ON DRAPES | I NATIONAL CLEANERS I • East Alton f Use Your Master Charge P. N. HIRSCH 5 STORES VILLAGE ALTON PLAZA PIASA COKMCKS CHATEAU UKS lOJCUKS Shopping Center Stores Open dully 'ill 8 ~ Sun. 12:30 to 5 p.m. WOOL) 1UVLU FIND OUR BEFORE YOU BUY IF YOUR CHILD WILL TAKE TO THE PIANO JKENT-A-PIANO I'LAN LETS VOUlt ClUL.lt TUV UKFOUK YOU BUY A child ut the piuno (Jc'vclops imli-jU'iidem-e and M'll-toiifi- dciH'L-. Hu learns discipline, con- ctnlrulion. poise and pruU' ol acojinpli.shment . . Qualities wliKli tun k-ud lu bUccc'b.i In many other fields u* well ui, By VIVIAN BROWN It Is getting easier to be your own decorator as more manufacturers and stores lend a hand with do-it-yourself pamphlets and decorating advice. Now another assist is available, with a decorating course to be given in the fall at more than 200 Sears stores. Eight lessons and a textbook compiled by top-notch professionals are expected to give a homemaker confidence to try her hand at somo home projects, and to equip her with thu knowledge to collaborate with a decorator, if that is what she wants. Each store will use decorating experts from its area to teach the home decorating course. The most puzzling aspects of decora;ing—color, lighting, accessories, furniture styles and their origins—are explained in a basic way. One of the best known experts in the field of textiles, Dorothy Liebes, provides the chapter on color. Her course explains that color is a psychological force—for example, sensations in response to color make us happier on a bright, sunny day when light and color vibrations lift our spirits. In choosing a palette (she prefers to select from light, dark, bright colors) a logical pattern should be followed. The basic color scheme might evolve from existing climatic and regional conditions, and be built around possessions and the family pattern of living. Colors should be suited to the woman of the house and pleasing to her husband in Miss Liebes' opinion. Good lighting must focus on artificial light, lighting innovator Robert Sonneman emphasizes in his lesson on lighting. Glare must be avoided because "as glare increases, the ability to see decreases." In addition to pointers on quality, color and intensity of light and color and its reflections, charts illustrate the reflective value of colors. Sonneman also explains: ...Human flesh tones are more flattering in incandescent light, the red end of the spectrum...people often sacrifice lighting function for what they feel is aesthetic appeal. After selecting all the wrong lamps, they keep adding wattage and get more glare...There is a proper way to light each area of the home. ...Colors of walls and ceiling affect the level of illumination in a room—white walls refect about 75 per cent of available light; dark brown or black might reflect 5 to 15 per cent. Walls serve best when they are in the 35 to 60 per cent range. ...Lighting used for makeup should be as color 'true and close to sunlight as possible.Jn the bedroom it should be soft indirect illumination. Planning accessories gives one a real chance for personal liberation in home decorating, the textbook points out in a lesson from Lawrence Peabody, well-known designer of furniture and accessories. Accessories can be used to control space in creating a harmonious effect. Unity of color can help to achieve it. In a contemporary home, accessories might be lamps, ashtrays and vases in yellow. In a traditional room they might be blue and white in Delft and a handsome blue and white rug. Unity of materials is another way to provide a cohesive accessory scheme, Peabocly points out. Materials might be natural—wood, stone, brass, glass, chrome- no color. Or they might be brass or milk glass. Students will learn that small things—boxes, candlesticks, cache-pots, shells, minerals— help make a room 'personal. Flowers and plants can bring vitality to a room setting. A collect'on of tablecloths, printed dress materials or upholstered fabrics may provide a great deal of charm with matching napkins in a color from the print. In addition to one's patter n e d china, Peabody suggests that one should have a basic set of white dishes (to go with wild fabrics). Watch For Our Ad Each Thursday! ELECTROLYSIS Unwanted Hair Removed Permanently Recommended by American Medical Assn. Professional, Prlvaie Service. Memhor at Electrolysis Society of America Dorothy Drostc, R.N., R.E. ELFGEN BUILDING, 208 Henry, Room 301, Alton 4M-7746 LOSE WEIGHT THIS WEEK Odrinex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odrinex is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercise. Get rfd of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for 14 years. Odrinex Plan costs $3.25 and the large economy size $5.25. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded byyourdruggist. No questions asked. Accept no substitutes. Sold with this guarantee by.- THRIFTY r>RUG BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! STEAM CARPET CLEANING lOc A Square Foot! Make An Appointment! NOW THRU SEPT. 2 MOVE YOUR OWN FURNITURE AND SAVE// Call 466-7636 Night Or Day BUCK'S CARPET MAINTENANCE (17.50 Minimum) 551 E. 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Brochures available upon your request (no charged call 465-7774 Polly's pointers Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, August 29, 1972 A-9 MR. AND MRS. BARTON Married 50 years A family'dinner will be held Saturday, Sept. 2, in their home as Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barton of 1721 Oakwood, Snob Appeal Fall suits will have great snob appeal. Three-piece cardigan suits with jacket 1 ? that are soft, and sweater-like, wrap skirts and a simple feminine blouse. LIMITED AMOUNT OF ZIPPO LIGHTERS 2.38 Reg. 5.96 (1 Per Customer) Diamond Center EASTGATE PLAZA Mon. thru Fri. 10 AM-9 PM Closed Sat. 5:00 PM Alton, observe their golden weddinga nnlversary. Married Sept. 2, 1922 in Eldorado, he and the former Miss Izetta Gladson are the parents of two sons, Raymond L. of 5231 Wickway, Alton, and Norman L., 1723 Oakwood. Alton. They have one grandchild and three great - grandchildren. Mr. Barton is a 1962 retiree from Standard Oil Company. (ADVERTISEMENT) LOSE UGLY FAT Start losing weight today or MONEY BACK. 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Russell Dale Don Bryanf It is our policy to completely serve the needs and requirements of customers. Our unique and functional Gallery of Homes operation is the marvel of the industry. House hunters have the privilege of selecting from our hundreds of local offerings enhanced by color photography, before departing on an inspection trip. Our professional staff advises and gives specialized assistance. Our 2 local offices cover the Greater Alton area very completely. The convenient locations, living-room comfort and relaxed atmosphere are conducive to the prudent selection of a just-right home. Ours is truly a service that extends from the very first contact to a happy conclusion — Home ownership. VISIT Ol'K LOVELY GALLERY 69 S. 9lh St., Rosewood Heights Lemon juice helps to clean stains from dishwasher top DEAR POLLY - I am answering Mrs. L.A.S. who wants to remove fruit stains from the wood top of her dishwasher. The booklet that came with mine says in pari not to let water stand on such a top and if it becomes stained or dirty to sand wHh No. 000 or Noo. 0000 sandpaper and then wipe area with a cloth soaked with nontoxic mineral oil. Soda water is good for cleaning ihc top, too. — MRS. J.C. DEAR POLLY - I would like to tell Mrs. L.A.S. thM my sister bleaches the wood top of her diswasher wilh lemon juice. When stains are removed it is rinsed with clear water and let dry. After a few hours of drying it is wiped with minieral oil but be careful to remove all the excess oil. — MRS. F. M. DEAR GIRLS - If you do not have sandpaper or mineral oil on hand steel wcil (without soap) and vegetable oil work just great too. Let oil soak in for about one-half hour and then wipe off. — POLLY. Today's Problem DEAR POLLY — Can anyone tell me if anything can be done with stainless steel tableware that was cleaned with silver polish that left a cloudy look and stains that I have not been able to remove. — MRS. E.J.W. DEAR POLLY — My 1'et Peeve is with florists who surely could be more original in their funeral arrangement, designs. After all these years of arranging they surely cowl do something more original and artistic than glad Sola sprays in a wicker basket. Many of these flowers are later sent to hospitals and it must be depressing to get what is obviously a funeral arrangement put in one's room. — MRS. G. D. C. DEAR POLLY — Our newlywed budget did not allow for buying a plastic picnic tablecloth. I took four plastic trash ca liners, slit them open down one side arrl across the bottom and sewed, them together on the sewing machine. Instant picnic cloth! The size of the cloth wanted will determine the number of JL bags required. When traveling put all yonr cosmetics in your shower cap and save or shorten many a clean-up job. If it. starts to rain and you do not have any plastic to throw over clothes beinr; taken to the laundromat put them in your traveling clothe,-? bag. Hanging items can. be carried in the regular way and folded (hings slip in easily. — MRS. L.L. DEAR POLLY — When a recipe calls for cracker crumbs, I use my one-cup food chopper and then they are already measured. This saves time, mess and the crumbs are all in one "place and not all over the counter and floor. —MRS. E.H. NOTICE—IMPORTANT MEETING! GODFREY KHOURY LEAGUE AUXILIARY WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30 7:30 P.M. GODFREY CIVIC CENTER NEW MEMBERS WELCOME/ DOW'S "You'll Be Proud to Wear Them If Wo Repair Them." 'Broadway at Henry • DR. SCHOLL'S SHOES • Hand Tooled • Purses • Billfolds • I ARTS & CRAFTS DISPLAY at PIASA CREEK ON THE GREAT RIVER ROAD 6 Miles West (Upstream) of Alton X\» . tt Booth Space Available after 9 a.m. «J> Oj * Sept. 3 at the display site. Cost $3. Given By MISSISSIPPI RIVER ARTS COUNCIL For Info Call: 166-2623, 462-5483, 462-7342 DUGGER SWIMMING POOLS, INC. AND SPORTING GOODS 332 W. BETH ALTO DR.. j BETHALTO. 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