Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1972 · Page 10
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September 13, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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A*10 Alttti Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1972 869 BIRTHS New Timely Knit Toss on this jacket and go everywhere with confidence. Knit handsome, cozy, cabled jacket from the neck down including sleeves. Use knitting worsted for all-year wear. Pattern 869: directions, sizes 32-46 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern—add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send lo Laura Whetler, 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 Needlecraft Catalog — more knit, crochet styles, crafts. FREE patterns — 75c NEW! Instant Money Book — make extra dollars at home from your crafts — $1.00. Instant Crochet Book — $1.00. Hairpin Crochet Book — $1.00. Instant Macrame Book—$1.00. Instant Gift Book—$1.00. Complete Afghan Book — $1.00. 16 Jiffy Rugs Book—50 cents. 12 Prize, Afghans Book — 50 cents. Quilt Book 1 — 16 patterns— 50 cents. Museum Quilt Book 2—50 cents.. 15 Quilts for Today Book—50 cents. Benld couple Mr. and Mrs. Ned Wilcox. Rte. 1, Edwardsville, first. child, a daughter, 7 pounds and 3 ounces, 4:08 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wilcox is the former Ramona Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor of Roxana. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Amil Wilcox of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper N. Rolltngsworth, 146 Cottage Ave.. Cottage Hills, a son, Chad Allen, 5 pounds and 13 ounces, 10:26 a.m. Tuesday. Alton Memorial Hdspital. Elder son, Ronnie Neal. 17 months. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer of Hamel, first child, Jennifer Lynn, 7 pounds and 13 ounces. 7:39 p.m. Tuesday. Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Meyer is the former Amy Pohlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pohlmann of Chicago. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur S. Meyer of Hamel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis .1. Boucher. 2ZOO Wedgcwood. Alton, a son, David Louis, 7 pounds and 11 ounces. 2:5-1 p.m. Tuesday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder daughter. Barbara Ann, 22 months. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Marshall of Brighton, a son. Scott Lee, 7 pounds and 15 ounces, 7:40 a.m. Tuesday. SI. Joseph's Hospital. Elder son. Dayne Lee. 23 months. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Snow, 933 Maple St.. Virden. a son. 4:34 p.m. Tuesday. Carlinville Area Hospital. BPW plans card party for Sept. 27 The annual card party sponsored by the Alton Business and Professional Women's Club will be held on Sept. 27 at the Godfrey Civic Center. The event is one of the major finance projects of the club year. Starting at 7:30 p.m., guests may play the game of their choice. Refreshments will be served. Tickets are available from any member and will be sold at the door. marks SOtll Cooking is fun anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lesicko of 102 Oak St., Benld, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday with a renewal of their marriage vows at a 2 p.m. Mass in St. Joseph's Cathoiic Church in Benld. An open house in the Benld Civic Center will follow the Mass. The couple will receive friends from 3 until 7 p.m. Mr. Lesicko and the former Anna Surgota have lived in Benld since their marriage on Sept. 18, 1922, in Youngstown, Ohio. The couple has seven children, 26 grandchildren and a great - grandchild. By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP Food Editor LADIES' LUNCH Cold Sliced Baked Ham Fruit salad with Orange Mayonnaise Garlic Bread Cookies Beverage ORANGE MAYONNAISE 1 cup mayonnaise 3 tablespoons frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed and undiluted 1 teaspoon minced fresh tarragon or mint Gradually whisk orange juice concentrate into mayonnaise. Stir in tan-agon. Makes about 1 cup. Servo with frail salad; may also bi- used with cabbage or chicken salad. Princess Beauty Salons 1106 Milton Road 55 E. Ferguson Avo. Open 8 am Daily — Tliurs. & Fri. 'til 9 pm Xo Appointment Necessary WAVE Kfguliir $Q75 $17.50 O TIM WILLIAM SCOTT To speak at fund-raising GOP dinner The main fund-raising event, of the Republican League of Women will bring Attorney General William Scott to Alton Saturday. The Attorney General will speak at the county candidates' fund-raising dinner in the Stratford Hotel. Ilescr- vations for the dinner are being taken through Thursday by Mrs. Walter A. Haymond, 3528 California Ave. The speakers' legal battles against major polluters have aided in arousing the public to awareness of the extent and severity of environmental problems in Illinois and the nation. His anti-trust division has recovered millions for Illinois taxpayers. In addition to creating a full time Pollution Control Division, Scott also established the first full time Antitrust Division and the first full time Criminal Justice Division in the history of the Attorney General's office. The Division of Charitable Trusts and Solicitations was enlarged by him to enable the Attorney General to maintain a close check on charity funds. The dinner will be served at 7 p.m. All profits go to five county candidates. Did Yog Ever Make THE RING TEST During That Time-of -the-month ? Does your ring slip off your finger t'HStly — or does it hopelessly get .stuck below your knurkle during the days of the prc-rnenstniHl and menstrual period? It tuny tt;!l whether you aro retaining fluid in the sys- lem — hody-bloating water that often builds up due to overtiredness. stress during the menstrual singes. 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Add to it one tablespoon soap flakes, one- half teaspoon borax and one tablespoon of ammonia. Whon all this is well-mixed, add to the lye water and beat until the mixture is very thick. Pour into a box that has been lined with brown paper. When it cools you should have 2'/ 2 pounds of soap. — NORMAN DEAR POLLY — Dolly requested a recipe for lye soap and T would like her lo try my mother's recipe, which has been used for many years. Strain well one-half gallon of bacon drippings and mix with one - half gallon water from the faucet and one can lye. Mix well and stir in enamel pan until almost firm. — JOHNIE DEAR CilRLS - Do he careful when working with lye and ammonia and he sure Iliey are nut of rearji of the youngsters. The odor will be less hothersome if this soap- making can be (lone out of doors. Some of the many readers who sent In recipes for this lined (he box Into which the soap was poured with clofh and many covered it with a piece of blanket or carpel and left it overnight and cut it into bars the next da>. - POLLY TODAY'S PROBLEM DEAR POLLY — Several years ago a friend gave me an unu.siial vase in the shape of a very large martini glass. Following a suggestion in a maga/me I filled it with marbles and it did look at- tractive but I tired of it. When I removed the marbles the bottom one stayed firmly lodged half way down the fitcm of the glass. I have tried everything I can think of such PEDNBARES I ho Shue Mint grows with Baby's toes . . . now a I ZIKE PHARMACY Open 9 to 9 K27 K. Airline Dr., Rosewood Ili'lRhts 239-22R3 as heat, cold, oil, etc., fo remove this but the marble will not budge. Can someone offer a suggestion? — MRS. .!. M. 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