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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Return of vested suit styles Suit look for fall Two of the great looks in fall suits are shown in these knits, at left, a chevron-patterned polyester; and the bold plaid which will be one of the biggest fashions this year. A lovelier yon Quick reducers for leglines Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dustman of 208 W. Corbin, MISS DUSTMAN Bet halt o, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Donna Kay, to John E. Suessen of East Alton. Miss Dustman, a 1966 graduate of Civic Memorial High School, received her bachelor's degree in speech pathology from Southern Illinois University in Ed- wardsvillo, and her master's degree in speech pathology from the University of Illinois in Champaign. Her fiance is the son of Earl Suessen of 74 E. Haller, East Alton and the late Mrs. Suessen. He is a 1966 graduate of Roxana High School and attended SIUE, and Belleville Barber College. He is en-ployed by Thorp's Barber Shop in Wood River. The couple is planning a spring wedding. Roxana teacher to wed Pentecostal Assembly church in Granite City. The engagement and ap- The couple will be married preaching marriage of Miss on Jan. 12 at the Calvary Rebecca J. Maynard and ' L1 Roger D. Miller of Granite City, is being announced by the brfde-elect's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Maynard of 4650 Muryville Road, Granite City. Miss Maynard, a graduate of Granite City High School, is employed by Central School In Roxana. She will receive her BS degree in elementary education in December from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller of 2808 Saratoga, Granite City, is also a graduate of Granite City High School. He attended Phoenix College in Phoenix, Ariz. He is employed in the planning department of International Paper Company in St. Louis.. By MARY SUE MILLER Most hemlines are stabilized at a point just below the knee or at the knee top. That leaves the calf, dependent on the midi length, out in the cold. Here are some quickie reducers for the needy calf line. 1. Repeatedly come up onto your tiptoes and then lower heels to the floor. Work for a slow, smoth rhythm and a maximum upward stretch, for one minute. 2. Sit on the floor and draw your knees up until the soles of your feet lie flat. Leading with the heel of your right foot, quickly slide your right leg downward so that the calf jounces along the floor. Pull the leg back to starting position and repeat with the left leg. Alternating sides, perform for one minute- Be brisk. .3. Sitting with your legs straight and as far apart as possible, very slowly drag them along the floor until they touch. Then reverse directions until the legs are again apart. You do it right when the floor "massages" the calves. Two minutes is not too much. Simply for the tune-up value, place one foot on the side of the bathtup and slather body lotion on the entire length of the leg. Now, firmly cupping your hands around your ankles, slowly draw the hands along the sides of your legs, the tops and undersides. Give the other leg same treatment. LEGLINE TRIMMERS If your individual problem is heavy legs, send for my new leaflet, LEGLINE TRIMMERS, which contains spot reducing exercises that will meet your individual needs, whether for thighs, knees, calves or ankles, or for contouring your entire legiine. Write Mary Sue Miller in care of the Alton .Evening Telegraph, enclosing a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope and ten cents in coin. By CHIP TOLBERT The news about fall suits is not, repeat NOT, wildly exciting. Aren't you glad? 1 am. 1 can't knock the innovation and excitement of '60s fashions when new ideas came and went with the speed of light, because it brought us out of a set of doldrums we'd been carrying around for years. But it is nice to know that the cut of a suit is now pretty much stabilized, and that new details are meant only to update, not outdate everything we own — which is the only sensible way to build a wardrobe. And, everything contributes to the freedom of choice, t*ie variety, that spells fashion Iw the '70s. The cut of that suit, is principally single • breasted, shaped, with two buttons and a center vent. But there will be more side vents seen, and fewer "fancy backs" and sporty pocket treatments. And for all you die-hards cut there, there's some new interest in three-button models with somewhat less shape anr 1 softly padded shoulders — taut not enough for you »o resurrect your old "Ivy League" suits out of the trunk, believe me. Not even with the resurrection of gray flannel as one of this foil's favorite fabrics. Believe it or not, a lot of these flannel "looks" will be available in the double knits you've all taken to yoiir hearts, along with double knit: checks, tweeds, twills, and solid colors. Other flannel looks will be in bright navy, medium blues that approach the color of an Air Force uniform, and plaids that range from quiet to bold. Muted, mossy or bottle greens will also be good, but must be carefully chosen to complement your complexion, yo that the color isn't drained out of your face. Look for a return to the vested suit — not the veit that's squared, top and bo*.- tom, like the ones now bevig shown in European designer collections, but the regulation, double-V'd vest we all remember. And let's get it right, this time: under NO circumstances should your shirt or belt show underneath your vest — it must cover both the waistband of your trousers and your belt—something to keep in mind when you're being fitted for one of the new fall suits. Senoras-Senoritas plan club picnic The annual club picnic of Las Senoras y Senoritas will be given Saturday. The club will meet at the Onized Clubgrounds, and will begin the outing with a basket dinner at noon. MISS 31AYNAKD The Telegraph will send bridal questionnaires on request. Wedding information received three days before the ceremony will be given preference in publication. Bride's photo should accompany information and will be returned to name and address on back of photo. (Picture used for first marriage only.) If information is received more than 10 publications after ceremony, a picture (if available) accompanied by cutlines will constitute wedding story. Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 8,1072 A-9 Date Book (Date Book items musi be submitted before Thursday noon.) SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 Bettendorf-Blerbanm Family Reunion, noon basket dinner, Onized Clubgrounds, Godfrey; Area One. Alton Area Historical Society, 2:30 p.m., Vital Services Building, East Alton; Merrill Rosenthal to speak on "History of East Alton." MONDAY, SEPT. 11 Alton Community Service League, noon luncheon, Hotel Stratford. Alton Volunteer League, 10:30 a.m. luncheon, First Federal Savings and Loan Association, East Alton. County Medical Auxiliary, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Maurice Woll, 150 S. 9th St., East Alton; John Gainer to speak on estate planning. County Legal Secretaries' Board, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Gilbert Trent, 12 Jackson Lane, East Alton. Godfrey Woman's Club, 12:30 p.m. luncheon, YWCA. Phi Tau Omega Sorority, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Bill Smith, 806 W. Sherman St., Bethalto. Sierra Club, 7:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church; Alton Mayor Paul Lenz to speak on environmental issues. Alton Toastmasters' Coub, 6:15 p.m. dinner, Howard Johnson Restaurant. Order of The Eastern Star, Bethalto chapter, 7:45 p.m., Betahlto Masonic temple. Royal Neighbors of America, Past Oracles' Colub, noon luncheon, Port Room, Flamingo Motel. Senior Citizens' Community Hospitality Center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Metropolitan United Methodist Church, 6th and Market streets. Alton Area Barbershoppers, 8 p.m., Hotel Stratford Unity Study Class, 1 p.m., YWCA. Slim Talk, 10 a.m., Wood River Roundhouse. Military Order of Lady Bugs, 6 p.m., covered dish dinner, Greenwood IOOF hall Alton Area Men's Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., Alton High School Olin Building; BUI Eagleton to tell about new greenhouse at Olin building. American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 126, 7:30 p.m., Alton American Legion home; election of vice president. Tweed for tailored suits Paris fashion designer Jean Hercey presented her tailored suit, left, in blue, brown, black, red and white Scottish tweed with a deep-set pleated skirt fqr the winter showing. The outfit is augmented with a black belt, big brown buttons and beige leather shoes. Couturier Chanel's schoolgirl ensemble is a suit in blue and cocoa tweed worn with a crepe white blouse and bow at the neck. (AP Wirephoto) Love is the greatest sift DEAR ANN: Physicians and lawyers must earn their academic cerdentials bef i,e they can hang out their shingles. We don't send a pre- m e d student into ilie operating room to perform brain surgery. Why then do we expect inexperienced, untrained people to know how to raise children? I suggest a required course in all high schools. Surely raising children is the most important job most of us have. Yet how many of us are qualified? Doesn't it make sense to get some instruction instead of perpetuating mistakes from one generation to another? The-e doesn't the message? What are yiur views, Ann? — M.C. IN M. DEAR M.C.: Although most of us could profit from a course on child-rearing, it's not what we KNOW about raising children but how we Knit dresses will keep their feel about them that counts. Fashion tips begin. All the instruction in the world can't create an atmosphere of love and acceptance if none exists. Furthermore not all people who have knowledge can apply it to their own liv". Witness the number of overweight (or alcoholic) physkjians — who smoke cigarets. Also, note tne disproportionate number of psychiatrists with personally disorders and unresolved problems — not to men'ioi: the children of many of these "experts." Get the picture" I hope* so. DEAR ANN: That lel-cr from (lie angry wife shape longer if you don ; t hang To begin with, the best gift S^artJ"Sho!/h^-' r!n them in a closet. Instead just parents can bestow upon the:;- ° ff ' CC paity Wlthout hci (10 children is to love one another. That's where a child's attitudes toward life fold them and store them in,drawers just as you would any fine sweaters. Mirror of your mind mf By JOHN CONWELL Do men avoid 'moodv' women? NOT because the women he underplays his personality are moody, that's for sure, and accomplishments No man alive thinks he is anything less than the answer to a woman'? prayers. Let her act a little moody, and he is right there — sure that whatever her problem is it would be a lot easier for her to cope with it if she has a he-man like himself that she can count on. Fortunately, in most cases, the man is right: wives or husbands allowed) made me so furious I gnr a headqchc. About ten years ago mo.;i of tjie big companies in America got smart and put an enid to the traditional office Chrisjmas party. They finally realizjed it was a waste <>f mone^ and nothing good came of it, Too many people r:.v. drunk and did things that made, them ashamed to shi -.v their faces Monday morni vj,. What was intended to be a good - will gesture laid Mie groundwork for a lot of af'.er- hounf monkey shines. Thif wise corporation hea'!.: know that business and pleasure don't mix. Ahm>.--t without exception, when the executives get chumim w. a the secretaries, stenographies and file clerks, the end resuii is tumble. Office parties a,v not Ipusiness and anyone uho things otherwise is stupid GMtaay. „»«,», peo,,,,. ^^"."^"."bSSi will realize they have been "taken" by the egotist; and he will seem more unbearable because they believe they have bean duped Why can't kids confide In parents? aftei] 23 years at an office party in Flatbush. — LIVING ^J WITNESS DEAR LIVING: Thanks for the autobiography. There's an old Spanish saying — "A wise man never dances on the same table his food is on. DEAR ANN: 1 have a problem and no money to hire a lawyer. My husband was seeing another woman and I caUght him. He promised to straighten up if I forgave him. I did and things woiv better for a while. Now he is at it again. I hate to leave because I sacrificed a lot to get our home as lovely as it is. Also the kids would suffer if thry were uprooted. Now my husband tells me if I leave him I would have no legal claim to anything we built together. This sounds c^azy but he insists he is right. Is he? - ONEIDA READER DEAR READER: Your husband is not as crazy as you might think. If you can't afford a lawyer, contact the local Bar Association in your community. They may have a volunteer committee thU offers assistance -- or they might refer you to a source of help. it's not always easy to recognize love, especially Ifoc first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines Read Ann Landers' booklet. "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." For a copy, mail 35 cents in coin and a long, stamp<>d, self addressed envelope with your re-fluest to the Alton Evenirg Telegraph. College notes Robert J. Knueven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Knueven of 113 Gregory St., Wood River, is one of 70 students of the University of Dallas who have begun a semester of .study in Koine, Italy, at the university's European campus. The U.D. Home study course, begun last year is designed for sophomores, with teachers provided by the home campus in Dallas, Tex. Bfrth announcements problems that make a person moody do seem lighter if the burden of them can be shared. Are all egotists unbearable? YES; but the trouble is that not all egotists are readily recognizable. The out-and-out egotists, of course, can be tolerated. The subtle egotist, on the other hand, often disarms his victims. They may indeed admire the way 0 1*93 Kluv Feat OH, but they can. Parents. however, shouldn't expect their children to change overnight: in other wi»-ds. if the youngsters had always been repelled in their attempts to confide in then- parents, they aren't going to respond when parents suddenly decide to be receptive now. The children are bound to feel that whatever they have to say won't be given the attention they believe it deserves. Mr. and Mrs. lU'.v ilenu- bini'M-r, Kte. 6, Edwardsville, a :j>on, Ryan Matthew, 7 pounds and 14 ounces, 11:12 a i|n . Thursday, Alton Meiiurial Hospital. Elder dau Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wie|ldt, 1119 Logan St.. Alton, firs ti p p.rr T ;» Syndicate, luc.) Mr Ro> Mr of hter, Laura Beth, 3. child, Sarah Elizabeth, i and IHu ounces, 3.54 Wednesday, Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis. Wieldt is the former alie Katzman, daughter of and Mrs. Sam Kalznun St. Louis. Paternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wieldt of Flora, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Koniik' Stuart of Carrolllon, a daughter, 6 pounds and 12 ounces, 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Boyd M e in o r i a 1 H o s p it a 1 , Carrollton. Staff Sgl. and Mrs. William Yaclavik of Honolulu, Hawaii, a son, William Frederick .'r.. 7 pounds and 1 ounce, Aug. 31. in Honolulu. Elder daughter, Ruth A.dele, 4. Mrs. Vat-lav ik is the former Dor'iia Elshuv. daughter of Mrs. Lawrence McChntock of 4M Jefferson Ave. TUESDAY, SEPT. 12 « East Alton Woman's Club, 7:45 p.m., Vital Services Building; "Get Acquainted and Fun Night." American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 214, 7:30 p.m., Bethalto American Legion Home. Bethalto Woman's Club, 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner, Bethalto Community Building. Retired Alton Box Board Men, noon, Alton Box Board club grounds. DAR, Ninian Edwards Chapter, DAR Day, First United Methodist Church, 413 E. Broadway, Centralia. Federated Unity Club, 2 p.m., Mrs. Amos Logan, 2701 Salu St.; annual calendar. Southwestern Republican Women's Club, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy Strohbeck, Brighton. Daughters of Isabella, Alton Circle, 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner, Knights of Columbus hall, Alton. St. Anthony's Auxiliary, 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner, hospital solarium. Sportsmen's Club Auxiliary, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Alton-Wood Rivers Sportsmen's Club; to sew cancer dressings. Past Presidents' Club of VFW, noon, VFW hall. East Alton Senior Citizens, 10 a.m., East Alton Vital Services building. Brighton Legion Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Brighton Community building. Bethalto Legion Auxiliary, Bethalto American Legion hall. Slim Talk, 6:30 p.m., Roxarena, Roxana Sweet Adelines, 7:30 p.m., Eagles' hall Altonian TOPS, 11:45 a.m., YWCA. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Theta Omicron chapter, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Tom Garvey, 3429 Agnes Blvd. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 Alton Children's Theatre Board, 7 p.m., ACT building, 2900 College Ave.; tryouts for adult play. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority, Alpha Psi chapter, 8 p.m., Mrs. WaJly Fearn, 1635 Clawson St. Wood River Welcome Wagon, 11:30 a.m. luncheon, Lewis and Clark Restaurant. Al-Anon Family Group, 9:45 a.m., Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto. Rainbow for Girls, Bethalto Assembly, 7 p.m., Bethalto Masonic temple. Alton Eagles' Ladies' Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Greenwood IOOF Lodge, 2530 State St. Past Noble Grands' Club, Alton and Carlin Rebekah lodges, 6 p.m. potluck dinner, Mrs. John Baker, 2424 Sylvan. DeMolay Mothers' Club, 7:30 p.m., Franklin Masonic temple. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Gamma Upsilon chapter, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Venita Young, Ute. 1, Alton. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14 Flower and Horticultural Fair, 1:30 p.m., Godfrey Civic Center; sponsored by Alton Horticultural Society. Alton Memorial Hospital Nurses' Alumni, 7:30 p.m., Hatch meeting room at the hospital. Great Books Discussion Group, 7 p.m.. new Hayner public Library. Alton Manor Club, 5:30 p.m. potluck dinner, Manor Recreation Club. Wood River Senior Citizens, 11 a.m., Wood River Roundhouse; with noon covered dish luncheon. Order of The Eastern Star, Graf ton chapter, 8 p.m., Grafton Masonic temple. Upper Alton Senior Citizens, 11 a.m. potluck luncheon, College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Alton-Godfrey Democratic Voters' League, 7:30 pm., Steelworkers' Abel hall. Godfrey Lions' Club, 6:30 p.m. dinner, Hi-Way House Godfrey. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Phi Alpha Mu chapter, 7 p.m., Miss Pamela Groshart, 4813 Cinderella Drive, Godfrey; rush party FRIDAY, SEPT. 15 Alton Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., Greenwood IOOF hall, 2532 State St. Alton Senior Citizens' Club, 10:30 a.m., Rock Spring Recreation Center. YW Senior Citizens' Club, 11 a.m, YWCA; with sack luncheon. Senior Citizens' Community Hospitality Center, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., Metropolitan United Methodist Church, 6th and Market streets. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 * Candidate Fund-Raising Dinner, 7pm., Hotel Stratford; sponsored by Republican League of Women, with William J. Scott as speaker. Gaspar Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem, 7:45 p.m., Wood River Masonic Temple.

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