Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 8, 1972 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Couples recently married Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 8,1972 A41 DONALDSON-WALTfcMS Newlyweds Fred Donaldson of Moro and his bride, the former Miss .Mary Virginia Walters, are making their home in Edwardsville aft?r their marriage on Sept. 1. The Rev. Daniel Morgan performed the 7:30 p.m. ceremony at St. Philip Catholic Church in East SI. Louis. A reception was given afterward in the church hall. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William J. Bugg of Swansea, 111. Mr. and Mr?:. Lawrence Donaldson of R\c. i Moro, are parents of iJie bridegroom. The bride wore a silk organza gown fashioned with a watteau train. Her veil was attached to a floral headpiece and she carried a bouquet of white roses, carnations, lily of the valley and baby's breath. Miss Alice Donaldson, sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor; ami bridesmaids were Mrs, Bruce Cook and Miss .lani Bugg, sister of the bride. The attendants appeared in organza and chiffon gowns in colors of yellow and white ami orange and white. They carried matching bouquets of carnations. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Dave Donaldson, as best man; and groomsmen were another brother, Matt Donaldson a fi Joe Walters, brother of UK; bride. The bride is a graduate of St. Teresa Academy and is employed by Genera! American Life Insurance Company in St. Louis as a secretary. MRS. DONALDSON Her husband, a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, is employed by Orkin Kx- lerminaling C o m p a n y in Granite City. KOK-PAKNIOK Newlyweds Harry William Hoc and his bride, the tornipr Miss Gail Farniok of Macnmb, are residing at lli'iS Washington Ave., after tboir marriage on Sept. 2 in St Paul's Catholic Church in M acorn b. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Janv^s Farniok of Macomb. Tlie bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ro e of Industry, 111. He operates a tavern in the Alton area. PRE s BACK-TO-SCHOOL TIME IS VITAMIN TIME! Order your favorite brand from us ... THE OklPTIOX HOP • Free Delivery • Fair Prices • Top quality drugs 909 BROWN STREET 465-7513 J. Russell Dale GREAT TO FEEL ALIVE SUPPORT SALE SEPTEMBER 9-16 Aliv^pantyhose reg. $5.95..now $4.95 Aliv^stockings reg. $3.95...now $3.25 It's great to feel alive. And now you can do it at a simply beautiful savings. Alive is the sheer hosiery with just the right kind of support. Fully graduated support knit in both below and above the knee. (Something most support hose doesn't have.) So for one week save on all styles of Alive* pantyhose and stockings. And give your legs a chance to really (eel Alive. STOKE HOURS »:30 to 6:00 MON. & FBJ 9:30 to 9:99 104 W. TiOBJ> PHONE 465-8851 MRS. ROE KICHAKDSON-WHITT Miss Margaret 1. Whitt of Phoenix, Ariz., became f'.c bride of former Alton r c s i d e n I , William B. Hichardson, of Tempo, Ariz, on Sept. 1. The Hev. Willard Stevens officiated at the 1 p.m. ceremony at Arizona State University in Tempe. Miss Jan Ferguson and Max Finch served as the couple s attendants. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Whitt of Farina, 111. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Richardson of 927 McKinley Blvd., are parents of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate o< Farina High School and is employed by Hartford insurance Company in Phoenix. Her husband, a graduate cf Alton High School, and tin: University of Illinois, FALL BEGINS WITH —FROM— "Shop for Women" DOWNTOWN Champaign, is a gradtiafe student at Arizona Stale University, completing his work toward his doctorate in physical chemistry. The couple is N making their home in Phoenix. MORROW-MARSH The Athensville Bapti?t Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Joanna Belh Marsh and Gordon Dale Morrow on Sept. 2. The Rev. Dean Spencer performed the J 'p.m. ceremony and a reception followed at the home of l,» bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. llussel Morrow of Greenfield. Miss Jan Marsh attended her sister and the bridegroom's brother, Chuck Morrow, served as His al- tendant. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Marsh of Hoodhouse, is a 19V? graduate of Greenfield High School. Her husband, a graduate of the same school with the class of 1971 is employed by American Telephone and Telegraph. The couple is making thr:ir home in Inkster, Mich. LAWLER-HARMS After a wedding trip in I he East, newly weds Charles Alfred Lawler and his bride, the former Miss Sherry Kay Harms, are making their home in Henderson, Ky. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Harms of Follansbee, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Lawler, former Alton residents, ni/w of Jerseyville, are parents of the bridegroom. The couple was married on Aug. 26 at (he Chris! King Chapel of the College in Steubenville, Ohio. Mr. Lawler is employed as a junior college teacher in Nashville, Tenn. MARTIN-BRANCH The wedding ceremony of the former Miss Katherine JoAnne Branch of St. Louis and Jack D. Martin Jr., an Alton school teacher t;ok place on June 10' at the United Presbyterian C h u r c h in Berkeley. Mo. The couple is residing in Spanish Lake, Mo. The couple's wedding story was inadvertently published in the Telegraph on Tuesday, Sept. 5 as a wedding that took place on Saturday, Sept. 2. Fashion tips Long, washable dresses are perfect for a carefree summer. For at home or at the seashore, these dvesses can be dressed up or played down. WATCH STYLES Da CHANGS WURWIXZ; TERMS! itgill| fin* J lw *lry diamond center No- 32 Eastgate Plaza—East Alton, III. Mon; thru Kri. 10 A.M.-U P.M.— Sut. till 5 I'.M. NO CHARGE FOR LABOR1 Custom Drapes Mod* t« your «X<H m*aturtm«nt*. PAY ONLY FOR MATERIALS USEC wond«rfu/ Mfection' L ! se \our Mutter Cluirge at P. N. HIRSCH & CO. SHOPPING CENTERS WILSHIRI VILLAGE ALJON PIAZA MA6A CORNERS CHATEAU UES FLEURS OMB tv«ry A eight 'til 9 P.M. WOOD RIVER open 'ttl Friday 9 to » Store* Open on *uuday» 12:80 le pau. Doctor discusses Hodgkin's disease BRIDE OF ALTON RESIDENT—Miss Susan Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Butler of McFurlancI, Wis., became (he bride of Michael Seymour on Aug. 25 at the Wheeler Air Force Base Chapel. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Seymour of 2201 Wedgewoud Drive. The couple will make their home in Wahiawa, Hawaii. DEAR DR. LAMB-If a person had Hodgkin's disease, would the routine blood check a person gets before surgery show it, or does it take a special test to find it? What are the symptoms 1 ' I love to wear a low-neck dress in the summertime, bii* I don't since I saw the difference in the sides of my neck above the collarbone.. It looks like one side of my throat and low chock anil under one side of my chin is thicker. A person once asked if I had a swollen jaw. My dentist X rayed my <velh and they were O.K. I mentioned this thickness to my doctor. He did not examine me but said these things generally don't amount to explanation. This still worries me, I am 75 pounds overweight and 48 years old. DEAR READER-There is no way anyone can tell you whether or not you have Hodgkin's disease without at least stalling with a physical examination. What one person RECENTLY WED—Miss Bonnie Jo Acker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Acker of Eureka, Mo., became the bride of David Joe French, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe French of Jerseyville, on Aug. 26, in the Eureka Christian Church. The couple is making their home in Pekin, 111. Suit A Little Girl Pei1 .practical! Crochet suit for fall-thru-winter. Suit or separates — she'll love to wear the ripple jacket and whirl-out pleated skirt both ways. Use li-ply fingering yarn. Pattern 546: child's sizes 4, 6. 8, 10 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for •rach pattern—add 25 cents for each pattern (or Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Alton Evening Telegraph, 66 Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number. Name, Address, Zip. All New for 1973! Fashion - inspired NeeJlecraft Catalog — more knit, crochet styles, crafts. FHEE patterns - 75c NEW! Instant Money Book — make extra dollars at home from your crafts — $1 00 instant Crochet Book - %\ (to. By Dr. Lawmtce E. Lamb assumes to be thickening or enlargement of an area may not be so impressive on examination or in other instances it might be striking. Just plain thickening of the skin may be something entirely different. It is true that Hodgkin's disease causes enlargement of the lymph nodes and particularly those around the neck. If the enlargement is great, a person may look as if he's wearing a horse collar. These marked enlargements are easy to spot and a doctor can have a pretty good idea what they are just by looking at the patient walk into the room. But these, of course, are the obvious cases. There are other causes for enlargements in the neck, including enlargement of tha thyroid, which may not ciuse any other symptom i. Hodgkin's disease can cause enlaremenl of the ne'k or other lyymph nodes without causing any pain or symptoms. For example, if a large mass is pressing or. the esophagus, the person may have some trouble swallowing. The blood tests that are usually done before surgery are of little help in diagnosing Hodgkin's disease. If the disease is suspected from physical examination, then the best course of action is to take some sections of the mass and have them c x ami n e d under a microscope. This is usually considered the only definite way to establish a diagnosis. I am always skeptical about what people tell me their doctor did or did not do or said or did not say. There are often errors In ewn- muni cation.' The communication gap gets bigger when the doctor is in a hurry and the patient is flustered. Why don't you go back In your doctor and tell him you're worried ibout Hodgkin's disease and ask him to examine your neck. If you ask him specifically to do so and tell him what you are worried about, and if he still doesn't examine your neck, then you should find a doctor who will. DUQQER SWIMMING POOLS, INC. AND SPORTING GOODS 332 W. BCTHAtTO DR. BCTMALTO. ILL. 62O1O HWr. 14D L 6IB/377-B237 ••••••••I EDWARDSVILLE 656-7006 111 N, SECOND 1IJ Behind The FBBLERS Courthouse 21 YEARS OF SERVICE ALTON 466-5588 2606 STATE LOR TELEVISION US BABY PECIAL ONCE A YEAR WE MAKE THIS EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER TO YOU. FOR THE PAST 4 YEARS THIS SALE HAS BEEN EXTREMELY POPULAR. FOR A VERY LIMITED TIME (SEPT. 8- SEPT. 30) TO HELP US "KICK OFF" OUR FALL SEASON WE MAKE A VERY SPECIAL OFFER TO YOU PURCHASE ANY 1973 21- - 23- OR 25- MEAS. DIAG. 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