Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1968 · Page 10
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June 28, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAOfiA-10 Family ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FHIDAV, JUNE 28,1MI Ann Landers Hubby's Gift Is Her Lost Fat .DEAR AfoN:' Today I made up my mihd to_ face a problem that has been causing me a Tot of unhappiness — overweight. "I'm going to master my mouth and look like a woman instead of a blimp." Here is my pldh. My husband's birthday Is exactly 110 days away. I'm ___^_ m going to give him TTT""" as a birthday Ann Landers gift—the figure he married nine years ago. This means I must knock off 30 pounds. Please print my letter so I can cut it out of the paper and paste it on my bathroom mirror as a daily strength-giver. Thanks, Ann. -•BETTER CURVES AHEAD DEAR BETTER: Here's your letter but don't paste it on the bathroom mirror. Glue it to the refrigerator door; ,;,your plan provides you with the motivation you've been need- ing: And it's a gift only you can give him. Heartiest congratulations. * * » * DEAR ANN: I have been happily married for 12 years to an attractive man whose virtues outnumber his faults by far. His shyness with women is extremely appealing and, I reasoned, a comforting safeguard. One of the minor. sacrifices 1 made during courtship was his refusal to learn, to dance. He was too self-conscious (he said) to hold a woman in his arms and move about to the rhythm of seductive music. But something has happened to change things. This past year my husband has been doing some business traveling. He reports that the wives of his associates often ask him to dance and he wishes he could! Now" he wants to take dancing lessons. Should I say yes to the lessons or would I be wise to discourage his sudden new interest which might lead to real Miss Hartwick Is Bride Mr. and Mrs. Sy Shore of Creve Coeur, Mo., are announcing the marriage of her daughter, Martha V. Hartwick, to Leo Geisen Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Geisen of Tulane Avenue. The bride is also the daughter of the late Stanley R. Hartwick. Tfle couple was married at 2 p.jn; Sunday in the Curdle ffejghts Baptist Church, attend- W i by the .bride's sister, Miss Barbara E. Hartwick, and Rod- jjjer Longnecker of Batchtown. "^The new Mrs. Geisen wore a| street length white lace over taffeta dress, and a veil, held by a tiara. She carried white roses and baby's breath. Her sister wore a white lace over pink taffeta dress with a pink tulle headpiece, and carried deep pink carnations. Mrs. Geisen graduated from Alton High School in 1965, and attended Southern Illinois University. . :.. Her husband graduated from Marquette High School in 1960, and attends an electricians school. Th'e couple will iive at 3704 Aberdeen Ave. following a short honeymoon. trouble?-D!LEMMA IN THE DISTRICT DEAR DILEMMA: Not all dancers are chasers—and not all non-dancers are true to their wives. If a husband wants to slip his dollar he'll find a way —and he won't heed music. Encourage him to take lessons and be his best partner. i * * * » DEAR ANN: My 38-year-old husband and 14-year-old daughter have a "father-son" relationship which I once thought was wonderful. Now I'm beginning to have some doubts. Every evening Dad and Cora romp on the floor, wrestling and rolling around. She is a fully-developed young lady and, in my opinion, she should hot be horsing around like this. We have a 16-year-old son Who has never been at ease with his father. I've suggested it would make more sense if he wrestled with Junior and left his daughter alone. He says I have an evil mind. Have I?—WORRIED DEAR WORRIED: A fully- developed 14-year-old girl should not be rolling around on the floor with any man—not even her father. The horseplay which may well have started out in complete innocence could set off some unexpected sensations in both participants. Your husband's attitude toward his son, as well as his daughter, suggests he could use counseling. The man needs to gain some insight into his feelings toward his children. If you think it will help, tell him I said so. Confidential to Can't Get Thro to Him: Stop trying. It sounds to me as if he is doing his best. Sometimes when the other person seems to be out of step it is because he hears -a different drummer. Plan Nowmb^ Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sims of 1713 Piasa St. are announcing the engagement of their young* est daughter, Katherine A., to William* K. Carman, son of Mrs. Lois Carman of 40 Sullivan Drive and William Carman of Rock Island. Miss Sims is a 196? graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by the Illinois Beil Telephone Company. Her fiance is a 1965 graduate of Alton High School and is serving with the Army in Denver. The couple will be married on Nov. 9. MISS SIMS To Be August Bride New Caper PRINTED PATTERN Little girls love fashion's new caper—princess dress that shelters itself under its very own cape on breezy days. Easy- sew for summer, fall. Printed Pattern 4567: NEW Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 dress 1% yards 35-inch; cape 1% yards 45-inch fabric. Sixty-five cents in coins for each pattern—add 15c for,each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Size and Style Number. Fashion goes soft, pretty! Send for new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Free pattern—coupon in Catalog, 60 cents. New! Instant Sewing Book. Save hours—cut, fit, sew modern, expert way. Over 500 pictures. Only $1. Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Betsy Miller and Lt. Gerald Murray by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Miller of 2207 Park Drive, Godfrey. The bride -elect graduated this year from Alton High School. Lt. Murray, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Murray of University City, Mo., received a bachelor of science degree in business management from Lewis College in Joliet in 1967, and is stationed with the Air Force at Loredo Air Base, Tex. The couple will be married at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 16 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, and will receive friends afterwards in the Lewis and Clark Restaurant. MISS MILLER Dr. and Mrs. George Moses, Matawan,, N. J., a daughter, Mary Jane, 7 pounds and 14 ounces,,June 18, Riverview Hospital, Red Bank, N. J. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miss Stuart, Mr. Harrigan Are Wed in San Francisco Miss Lynn Stuart and Daniel George Harrjgan were married in a small family ceremony, June 15, in Old St. Mary's Ca- Avehues of Fashion fprMen FASHIONABLE BEACHWEAR - A ilr for the beach, any beach, this sum* 4JF gre left, 4^^Wttwg tout trunks of ;fitreteh fiber and cotton, shown here in Ite J iM4e»8t#J»d with orange and -and leaned with a cotton knit pull* over of navy, horizontally striped with yel* low and orange; and right, mid-thigh trunks, horizontally striped with red, yellow and white, sporting a white webbing belt. By 0. E. SCHOEFFLER Fashion Director of Esquire Magazine As noted last week, the summer weekend syndrome has made its annual appearance. Whether you just hit the beach on weekends, or whether you're planning to take your vacation on the golden sands, there are some brand-new looks you'll want to consider. First of all, as I pointed out a couple of weeks back, the new look in swim trunks is nothing more nor less than the old "Grandpa" bit; the knitted trunks with a close-fitting athletic look, often striped horizontally to give them a Gay 90's look. You can team them With a cotton knit pullover that's made either to match or contrast, for cabana sitting. The regulation boxer shorts will, I think, be with us for a long tune, especially for the swimmers or poolside sitters who are a bit more portly than a movie idol, but trunks are being increasingly pared down. There's less of them, too, bottom and sideways. Increasingly, men are more interested in putting together their own brands of trunks and beach jackets. The carefully matched or too coordinated sets seem to be losing ground. So whatever brand qf trunks you like, you can choose a jacket that expresses the real ypu. The latest is the adaptation of a safari or bush jacket, in. terpreted in white or bright- colored terry cloth or twill. There are more good-looking men's sandals around today than there have been since the assassination of Julius Caesar, and often of toe same inspiration. For the beach that's somewhat less than silken, look into the adaptations of the rope- soled espadrille that pan cope With the pebhjes underfoot. And above all, don't forget your before and after sun-tan oil or lotion and your sun- or "shades"! * * « * thedral, San Francisco. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Stuart, Harbor Point, West Alton, Mo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Harrigan of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart were hosts at a reception in the Cliff Hotel following the ceremony. Mrs. Richard Mesker of San Francisco, the bride's sister, and the bridegroom's brother, Richard Harrigan Jr., attended the couple. "•' . Following a brief honeymoon, the couple is living at 2364B Vallejo St., San Francisco. Mrs. Harrigan is a graduate of Alton High School, and attended the University of Colorado. She is associated with the East Asiatic Import Co., San Francisco. Mr. Harrigan graduated as a political science major from the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor of science degree in liberal arts. He is associated with Coldwell, Banker & Co., San Francisco real estate brokers. Baxter of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. George H. Moses of Billings, Mont. Mrs. Moses is the former Janis Anne Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Williams, 2509 Hardy St., a son, 8 pounds, 6:26 a.m., Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Terry M., 3%. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rallo, Rte. 3, Edwardsville, a son, 5 pounds and 13 ounces, 2:05 p.m., Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Michael, Lynn, Tina, and Tim. , Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dletz, 5320 Dover Drive, Godfrey, a son, Theodore Kurt, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 4:10 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Clare, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Estil McKenzie, 620 Olmstead, a son, John Edward, 7 pounds and 8 ounces, 6:49 a.m., Thursday,'Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Harold Eugene, 4, and Todd Michael, i. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ralstoi, Rte. 1, Bethalto, a daughter, Janet Yvonne, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 12:51 p.m., Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children. Fred Raymond, 7, William Keith, 4, and Marie Angaline, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Snyders, Hardin. a daughter, Christie Ann Marie, 7 pounds, and 8 ounces, 2:45 aim." Thursday, Jersey Community Hospital, JerseyvilJe. Elder children are Judy, 15; Danny, 13; Mary Kay, 10. MIRROR OF YOUR MIND By JOHN CONWELL Does artistic expression help solve inner conflict? Answer: If a person tries to express himself in a medium that takes skill and effort and is not simply an outlet to relieve feelings, he may help himself solve emotional problems. Whatever "art" form he chooses, if he does it well, he will be able to express his pent-up feelings through it. He can perhaps bridge the gap between himself and the world of reality that he may have been afraid to venture into without the aid of his "art." WIM i Jealoos man make a good husband? Answer; The attentions other men pay to his fiancee or bride arouse a healthy mixture ol pride and Jealousy in an emotionally wealthy man. But if ho also hwjmes moody, sarcastic (0 UM, UlAf and suspicious, then he may be showing symptom? of emotional problems carried over from his childhood. His self-esteem and self-cQnfidenpe may have been undermined In his constant and competitive scramble for affection and admiration. Can awkwardness canse Answer: some children are clumsy from their earliest mo» ments, probably because qf a birth Injury that goes; unnoticed. But, says Pr, John Whiting of Leeds University, England, "other children notice it when, in sports, catches are dropped or goal* let through, Class* mates stop choosing the clumsy child or stop playing with him. Gradually "the child becomes a teftout \nd begins to suffer" go- cialiy " iy«d., toe.) Out There By NINA MESZAROS Telegraph PanUly Page Miss Mary Oetken of Bethaltd will preside at the fonital opening of the 37th Annual Grand Assembly ,of Illinois, international Order of Rainbow far' Girls, on July 4 in the Conrad | Hilton Hotel, Chicago. Miss Oetken, member of I Bethalto Assembly, and the presiding grand worthy advisor, will head the sessions attended by over 1600 Rainbow Girls j from the state of Illinois, all; elected or appointed holders of] stations. Forty-eight grand representatives of states and countries I where Rainbow operates have made flags of their areas, and the best flag will receive an award. A 200-girl grand choir! will sing, and distinguished: guests from all over the world will be introduced. Officers will be elected on ! July 5, and a banquet will be BOSS MARY OETKEN served in the grand /ballroom, where awards will be presented. A family reunion Is being planned by the Eades and Ford families of the Alton area. The relatives will gather at the pavilion In Rock Spring Park on July 7 for a basket dinner and outing from 12:30 until 8 p.m. Further information to available from Mrs. Mark Bmeggeman and Mrs. Donald Walker. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stotler and family of Durham, N. C., will be guests of relatives in East Alton this summer. Mrs. Stotler Will attend the Woman's International Bowling Congress in Columbus, Ohio, July 12-14, as a state director. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oliver of 46 N. Williams St., Cottage Hills, accompanied by their son, Jerry, spent two weeks in Florida, touring the Gulf side of Florida and taking a four-day cruise to Nassau from Miami. Their son, a psychology and American history teacher at Edwardsville High School, met fftem in Tampa for the tour of the state, and returned by plane to Illinois State University at Normal, where he resumed his studies. The Olivers also stopped at Paradise Beach, the "Lion Country Safari" and at New Orleans. Miss Jill Rice has received an invitation from the director of bands at the University of Missouri to attend tryouts for the selection of feature twirler in the Mizzou Marching Band. Miss Rice, daughter of Mrs. Clifford E. Wisdom of Brighton and John E. Rice of Madison, was eligible but did .not enter the county fair beauty pagents in Jersey and Macoupin counties. . She served during the past year as captain of the twirling corps at Southwestern High School, and just before her graduation this month received the title of "Miss Southwestern" for Jersey County. , Miss Rice has been a twirler at Southwestern for five MISS JILL BICE years, and is a former member of the Piasa Indians. Mrs. V. J. Brazier of East Alton welcomed board members of the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers at the summer board meeting which began Tuesday at Illinois State University in Normal, and extends through today. Mrs. Brazier is president of the Illinois Congress of 130 PTA state councils which will provide an opportunity for leaders to exchange ideas and information through the first two days. The 20th annual region conference at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, will attract some of the members for the second half of the parent-teacher meetings. Miss Gwendolyn Kay Jones, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. mpii Jones of 1128 Hampton St., was ejected the state president of the Illinois Association of Club Girls, Ind., of NAGG, Inc., during the annual session held in the St. Nicholas Hotel, Springfield. Miss Jones is a member of the local Clovette Civic Girls Club sponsored by the Tri Del Federated Junior Women's Club of IACW-NACWC, Inc. She received Her gavel from the retiring state president, Miss ,Waleen Jones, her sister. Another state officer, elected was Miss Joyce Ann Jones, a sister, also as state chaplain. Other delegates to the state convention were: the Misses Patricia Smith, Clovett president; Chiquita Hill, Maxtae Har- rii?gtqn and six members of the Junior Clovette's. MISS JONES Mr. anfl Mrs, Ralph Stone Jeft Wednesday for their home in Frostproof, FJa., after visiting in :% area with family members who, g»vj» >' a farewell dinner for 'them Sunday in Hoxana, • • ; •;...'- -'•.'' ' ' ' •' \" ' : Wf yw was adopted on Tiiesday by Mr. s and Mrs. !Qar| BUBd,57M Barbara Place, Godfrey. 'Frieads Q(Myi .and Mrs. Jaines Tuttle of San Jose, Calif., will greet the TuttJes at an open house planned for 2*5 p.m., on June 30 by Mrs, Raymond Jenkins and Mrs. Truman SfjarJgs in the Jenkins home at 3423 Thomas St. The CaUfqrhJans ar« visiting here for a week with Mr, and Mrs, Myron lngram, 3415 Brown St, Mrs. TutUf is the former Myra Jngrara 9f Alton. Nelfion P, Little of Carlsbad, N,W,, is vlsiUng his pare«t«, Mr, and Mrs. L«e uttle, 1225 E. Seventh St. Mr. Uttle cam* to Alton because of the illness of his ptbjr, ., Mr,- and Mrs. George Richardson and her mother, Mrs. linnle Krjgb have returned to their homes in ftosewofxi Height* after a three^week vacatior trip to CaWornla whre they visited their son .and ,da^sh^'--in-law, T. Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Richardson ind dBUfht^rs, Cindy, Hcaiy and Julie at Beai Air '' ' ,"TJ» tee In " announce there will be no Saturday ajght this week because o( U» towa

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