Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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PAOKA.15 MIRROR OF YOUR MIND If K Miter to fa a CM ttnwd tacfetor today? Answer: A man' <A 'jingle"', minded purpose IB Indeed finding it better to be a bachelor than did his counterpart sever* al generations ago. For one thing, with so many housekeeping appliances, he doesn't have to depend on the "womah'a touch" to maintain Uvtag qtiap- ters o* to provide meals. Also, the surplus of women lias given him a .wider choice of female companionship without having to face the constant "threat" of marriage. Does the mind get tired? Answer: The jury is still but on whether there is mental fatigue. Intellectual tiredness — even though we don't feel physically fatigued—is generally generated by boredom, fear of overwork, a sense of hopelessness in * particular situation, a lack of incentive, a state of mind that opposes aggressive or ambitious attitudes, of muscular weariness derived from tensions brought on by intellectual OP emotional activity. WW severely punished children be poor marriage risks? Answer: A child who has been punished unfairly or too severely may grow up to be unhappy as a wife or husband. He may have developed personality conflicts because of a feeling that "nobody 'oves me." Or he may grow to distrust and dislike the parents who punish him to such a degree that he (or she) may jump at the chance, of a 'hasty And poorly prepared marriage just for the sake of moving out of an unhappy home. DEAtt ANN: I'm having a problem with my husband. Please doft't suggest 1 talk it over with my clergyman. Me my clergyman. Here's m/hat. happened: Last month "Mr. Greatheart" gave is gasoline cred* t card to a Woman I've never een. Her hus- :and Is in jail. Nowadays people ;an buy just ibout everything under the sun with a gas credit C tunfied that he A ^ nLattdcri would allow a. woman such privileges. The woman phoned two weeks go and asked me what to do with the .credit card now that he had found a job. I handed the phone to my.husband. He nstructed her to mail it to him. This Was how I. learned of it.) (O 1968. King feature*. Synd.. inc.) Miss Farris, Mr, Eastman Wed in Bunker Hill Church The Assembly of God Church In Bunker Hill vtfas the scene of the wedding of Miss Frances Kay Farris and Danny. Gene Eastman, whose vows were said at 7:30 p.ni'rSatiirday. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Farris, and her husband, son of Mrs. Ethel Eastman, received friends In the Berean Baptist Church haH after the ceremony read by the Rev. Alfred Allen. Both families live in Bunker HilL A peau de sole gown with-an overlay of Alencon lace was worn by the bride, who carded a white bouquet of lilies of thfc valley, stephanoOs and roses. A chapel train of peau de sole and lace was attached to her gown, and a Uce .cluster ( nead- ptece secured bet ,v*fL .„ She was^ attended by Miss Doris Bertete, maid of honor; and three-bridesmaids, her sisters, theTfisses Sue and Vicky Farris; and Miss Nita Vaughn, niece of Mr. Eastman. The .maids': floor length en> pire styled gowns were fashioned ibf yellow shantung and had matching pillbox hats with veils. Yellow and white daisies were in their basket bouquets. Larry Wooldridge was best man: Others in the bridegroom's party were Edward Warren, Bill and Jim Farris, and the ushers, Bob Kampwerth, Rich Wooldridge and Terry Brummer, who also lighted the candles. Miss Ruth Kiffmeyer, the vocal soloist, was accompanied by Mjrs. Joyce Anders, .the bride and her husband are graduates of Bunker Hill High School. Mr. Eastman is employed by Day-Brite yght- ing Co., si. Louis. The couple win live at 114 W. Sixth St, Hartford. College Notes Area students who have grad uated from the;University oi Missouri include Miss Lydia Alexandra Bunecky, 4500 Col tege Ave., bachelor in journal ism and Miss Patricia Ellen Dimn, 504 Mill St., master in education; Donald Paul Leamy bachelor of arts; Miss Mary Lee Howard, Carrollton, bachelor of science in nursing; Miss Bonita J. AUgeyer, 4707 D'Ad rian Drive, Godfrey, bachelor of science in education. Ronald Lynn Meyer, Greenfield, master of science, arid Miss,- Wanona Sue Baird, bachelor of science in nursing, JerseyriUe. ' J ;* Cooking Cues Remove the,, white ribs, along wtth the seeds,, when you are preparing green peppers for use in a salad or hot dish. VACUUM CLEANERS WASHING MACHINES PARTS * SERVICE MIDDLECOFF'S •M B..7* . , 468442* Ann Landers ||i8 Generosity Is Dangerous Act Two weeks have passed and he card has not arrived. Sly usband doesn't k«ow where he woman is or which credit ard he gave her. We've been married 20 years nd have four children. Out life has been one endless fl< ancial struggle, tarn hurt and hocked. What do you make of hisT-WEARY , DEAR WEARY: If you sus- MISS GARVIN Ceremony Set for Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garvin of 625 StJze Drive, Rosewooc Heights, are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia, to Lawrence lobinson, son of Mr. ,3nd Mrs Jewell Robinson of 214 Canter )ury Drive, Bethalto. The bride-elect is a 1968 grad uate of Roxana High School, and is employed by the Dairy Queen to Wood River. Mr. Robinson graduated from Civic Memorial High School and is employed by Olin Works The couple win be married a 8 p.m., Saturday, in the Fu Gospel Tabernacle in East St Louis. »N)Df ~ . . • HAMILTON WATCHES • SPICIAL ORDERS 628 E. Broadway ..... 4.5-3521 pert hanky-panky, forget it. No woman would ask the wife, of a maft with wh6m she*4 Been fooling around what to do with his credit card-unless she is craay, that is. When your clergyman receives the bill he should cancel Uie card and keep a record of the Woman's charges—in ease she would like to repay him one of these days. Your husband probably thought he was being gen erous, but in my opinion it was a dumb and dangerous tiling to do. * * * * DEAR ANN: I'm writing in to the mother who found goof* balls in her son's pocket. He said he,was.using them to stay awake studying for college exams. When I was- in under graduate school I, too, relied on "bennies"—until one day I woke up feeling very strange. I discovered my heartbeat was 166. I was frightened out of my wits and went immediately to our family doctor. He gave me some invaluable advice \tfhfch I'd IM to £ass on. ft seems the doctor was an Air Farce pilot in World War II. The medics used to give the pilots artificial stimulants tor longdistance bombing raids. They stopped, however, when the casualty rate increased. 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