Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1968 · Page 11
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1968
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5f, JULtf 2, 1968 BIRTHS ALTON EVENING PAGE A-ll & daughter, 8 pounds and 7 ounces, 9:45 a.m., Monday, 8t> Joseph's Hospital Grandparents art Mr. and Mrs. Everett McCwtnlck, and Mr. and Mrs. OUvef Mitt, Wr. and MM, DMiM n.. man, BOH 8. Walnut, Betha., a son, 8 pttimttj B!$ a.m., ML. day, St. Joseph's Hospital. Maternal grandparents and Mrs. William oto^, itft'Al* are Mr. F, Hunt, grand- Brighton. Paternal parents are Mr. and Mrs. T. R, Beeman, Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison, 3103 Belle St., a son, James Nelson, 6 pounds and 10 ounces, 1:25 a.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, dren. Twelve elder chll- Mr. and Mrs. James L. 6eg< ncl, 1709 Liberty St., a daugh ter, Mary Margaret, 6 pounds and 15 ounces, 11:04 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Eld er children, William, 4, Thorn as, 2%, and Frank, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sohultz, 304 McClasland, East Alton, a 4637 SIZES 34-46 Most Slimming PRINTED PATTERN Flawless fit and lean lines that descend in a slimming vertical are the perfect combination to flatter larger sizes. Sew for any season. Printed Pattern 4987: NEW Women's Sizes 34, 38, 38, 40,, 42, 44, 46. Size 36 (bust 40) takes 3% yards 35-inch, £•Sixty-five cents in coins lor each pattern— add 15c for each pattern for first-class mailing MM, Gordon MB, WOleW^,, Wood River; a * -. • A* m Ashley, d mm arias ounces, 3:13 &.nv, Sftttlrday, Alt&n Memorial; flfta' " il. GranT$arehts are Mf, and Mrs. Ben A. Hill, Wood River, and Mrs. Faye Brown, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hudson, Edwardsville, a daughter, 4 pounds and 2 ounces, 5:48 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Three elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mincey, 216 Walnut St., Roxana, a daughter, Lisa Mae, 4 pounds and 12 ounces, 5:28 : p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndell Hayes Oakgrove Trailer Ct., Godfrey, a son, William Dale, 8 pounds and 10 ounces, 6:31 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and, Mrs. Dale Hester; Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Addlson 572 Tipton St., a son, Scott Douglas, 8 pounds, 11:01 a.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. McLane, East Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Addison, Percy, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Holt 6426 Sunset. Dr., Godfrey, a daughter, Pamela Kay, 6 pounds and 10 ounces, 9:14 p.m., Monday, Alton Memorial Hos pital. Grandparents are Mrs Helen Angel, Alton, and Mr and Mrs. John Holt, Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Seoor 6401 Sunset Dr., Godfrey, a son 7 pounds and 1 ounces, 11:25, Monday, Alton Memoria Hospital. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Norman L. Darnell Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Secor Alton, Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pickner, Al ton, and great-great grand mother is Mrs. Braham, Alton. Cooking Cues If you want your asparagus spears to be of even length, cu off the ends instead of breaking them. Always peel asparagu spears up to the buds before cooking; this way the whole spear will be edible. Calling All Yeast Bread Bakers By CEC1LV Associated Press Food Editor There's a new yeast abroad in this land and it lends itself to preparation shortcuts, No\v even go-go girls can bake their own bread and like it. We tried this new instant- blending yeast in out own kitchen and we're here to report that we turned out a fine loaf of regular white bread. We also Wed the yeast In the following recipe ;fffl» Herb Twists, a delightful flfferlng for a buffet lunch or supper. Besides tasting delicious, the Twists look wonderfully attTac tive. •"This yeast makes a quick-mix method possible. In this new routine, the yeast is; the flour (rather than being sot w liquid first) and then warm liquid is added. The com- wnftUon is beaten in an electric jni}ter f -kneaded and shaped. Only one rising is necessary. , * - Mm ditM •• WMMtt Jto^bM HERB TWISTS to 8 tups regulaf unsifted flour t", :;,-•• 2 packages instant'blending tessp^oons diU weed 1 teaspoon caraway seed teaspoon celery seed eup mtik cup water tablespoons shortening 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons salt 1 egg, at room temperature Ptit i% cups flour into large electric-mixer bowl; add yeast, diii'wieedi -.caraWay seed and celery "seiaj^jstlr to blend. ' • frit milk, water, shortening, sugar and salt into a saucepan; heat until warm (120 to 130 degrees); stir to blend. Pour into flour-yeast mixture; add egg. Beat at low speed of electric mixer % minute, scraping bowl constantly. Seat three more minutes at high speed. Gradually stir in enough more form a soft dough, to 10 minutes until flour to Knead 5 smooth. Cover dough in two parts. To shape one Twist, divide one part in two. Shape each piece into a smooth &rip 18 inches long and one inch wide. Place a little apart diagonally on a cookie sheet. Beginning at center, twist strips together toward each end., Seal by presisng onto pan. .Let rise on a rack over hot Water tihtil doubled—30 to 45 minutes, pent remains when finger is pressed gently on side of dough. Bakfe in a preheated 400-degree oven for 20 to 30 minutes. For soft crusts, brush with butter. Makes two large Twists. Note: If you lft», yea can ffl- vide the dough into four parts or smaller, twists. Small pieces should be 8 inches loflg before shaping. VACUUM CLIANttJ WASHING MACHINIS PARTS & SIRVICI MIDDLECOFF'S S28 R. 7th M2-44S8 MR. AND MRS. HERBERT MOORE SR. Married 50 Years A Lovelier Refresher Talks Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore Sr. of Piasa will celebrate their 50th Wedding anniversary on July 11, and will be honored at an open house Sunday in the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Piasa, from 2 to 4 p.m. Mr. Moore and the former Miss Ruth Rhoads were married in Jerseyville on July 11, 1918, and lived in Jersey and Macoupin counties until 12 years ago when they moved to Piasa. Mr. Moore is a retired farmer. The couple have four -children, Donald and Herbert of Piasa, Gene of Alton, and Mrs. John Marmino of Wood River. There are also 13 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Announce Recent Wedding Announcement is being made of the wedding, May 25 of Miss Joan Marie Illy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde J. Illy of St. Peters, Mo., and Gerald Thomas Berkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Berkel of 1124 E. 6th St. The couple was married at noon in the All Saints Catholic Church in St. Peters, and a reception followed in the Civic Park Center in O'Fallon. The couple is living at. 1011 Diamond St. The bride wore a Chantilly lace gown with a tiered bouffant skirt and train, and a queen's crown with chapel length veil. She earned white daisies and yellow roses. Her sister, Miss Donna Illy, was maid of honor, and another sister, Miss Audrey Illy, and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Pauline Berkel, were bridesmaids. They were in lace over crepe gowns in shades of yellow and mint green, and carried bouquets of corresponding colored daisies. •. The . bridegroom's brother, 'red Berkel, was best man, and another brother, George Berkel, and the bride's brother, Mike Illy, were grooms- and special Anne Adains graph, 177, W. 17th St., 10011. Print Serid/io 143 Name, Address, Zip, Size and Style Number. Fashion goes soft, prettyl' Send for new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Free pattern—coupon in Catalog, 50 cents. New! INSTANT ING SEWIh Book. Save hours—cut, fit. sew modern, expert way. Over 600 pictures. Only $1. ;.;,. „ ' . •: i' . Wedding 1$ Planned in In Bunker Hill Couple Is Wed Miss, Patricia Ann Sneed, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. .Randolph , Sneed of Gillespie, became the bride of Paul E. Ran- dolpi<yson''of Mr. and Mrs; lph of Bunker Hill, 'at 7 p.m. Saturday, in the Bunker, Hill !MetH(jflist Church; followed in the >ly Company, both in Bunker Hill. :; They are. living on Naylor street in Bunker. Hill. church social rooms. Mrs. Gale Custer, the bride groom's sister, was the matron of honor, and other sisters, Mrs. Leon Vinyard and Mrs. Ronald Bruckert, wer^ brides' Mr. and Mrs. Lester- Brown of WiJsortvllle * are nouncing the ^forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Wfl- meith Elaine, to Donald Eugene Harvill, son of Mr, and Mrs, Earl Harvill, also of Wilflon- ville. Miss Brown will be a senior at Glllesple High her fiance is em; Works. The couple will July 27 in the " of God " Tijr; Custer was best man, and groomsrnen were Mr., 'Vinyard and Mr, Brudcert. Jeanie Greenwalt and Denny Seatttes were flower girl and ring bearer, ah<JLushers: '.wpre Bill Helens and Robert Gosch. Candles were, lighted by tarry V 'tjbwapd arid Roland White. Wi '*The bride wore * 'lace bouf- •an-ffant'gown with a ( scalloped hemline, and' back .bow, and her veil was secured to a tiara, carried a cascade of glamelias and ivy. Her attendants wore pink gowns overlayed 'with white lace, and carried colonial .bou- *T O ;*/-^ . &i*U ^"^ l^*!p W AT'CplpSi i rfiiiiWi^|?iC, ?> ' EDWARD OTT JEWILER .I!jWpi IMSfl* by^ the TOQ Caft, 1 and her hus band is with the Farmers Sup MRS. RANDOLPH men. Another of the bride's brothers, Elmer Illy, and Richard Masiero were ushers. Betrothals Told in Carlinville The engagement of Miss JHidy Ann Mieher to Airman 1. C. Roy Alan Simmermaker has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mieher of Car- inville. Mr. Simmermaker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Simmermaker of Shipman. No wedding date has been set as yet. Miss Mieher is an honor graduate of Carlinville High ichool and is attending Illinois Business College in Springfield. Airman Simmermaker is a 966 graduate of Southwestern High School and attended Man* jower Training Institute St. Louis, Mo. He is assigned as a statistical data specialist with a unit of the Tactical Air Com- RUlnd of Nellis AFB, Nev. He was recently named airman of lie month in his squadron. " , : : * * ;*'•..* ; ; The engagement of Miss Shara Ann Pender to Sgt. Pete C. Balotti Jr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aulton C. Pender, formerly of St. Louis. Sgt. Balotti is the son of Fourth Ward Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. Pete e. Balotti Sr., of Carlinville. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Pender is a 1968 graduate of South County Technical school in St. Louis. She is employed in Jefferson City, Mo. Sgt. Balotti is a 1982 graduate of Carlinville High School. He attended two years at Parks college of St. Louis University. After being employed at McDonnell Aircraft Corporation in St. Louis he enlisted in the Air Force and is presently stationed in McGuire AFB, New Jersey. By MARY SUE MILLER One of the most attractive things a lovely can wear of a summer's day Is a light, bubbly fragrance. It makes her feel fresh and sparkling. It communicates the message to those around her, too. Let's investigate the most refreshing ways to use fragrance: Start the day with a perfumed bath or shower. Scent a tub with bath oil, bubbles or salts. For showering, scented oils come in the form of aerosols and saturated pads. After bathing rub down with cologne chilled on ice cubes or in the refrigerator. Or, if you prefer, finish in a cloud of bath powder. While dressing, apply perfume to the hollow of your throat, the palms of your hands and behind your knees. And do carry a flacon of your scent in your purse. Perfume lasts only about fout hours and then needs reviving. Of an evening mist your hair with spray cologne. When shampooing add a few drops of cologne to the final rinse unless, that is, you use a color rinse or tint. In that event, treat your brush and comb to a scented rinse and they will transfer the scent to your hair. As a fragrance booster, distribute sachets among your clothes. And don't forget your handbags. When you open a scented purse, you,really sense refreshing airs. YOUR GROOMING—A TO Z Put aside your grooming doubt* and worries! Send today for YOUR GROOMING — A to Z. a booklet that cover* every step in achieving smooth looks'. It tells how to manicure and pedicure, use deodorants and depilatories, bathe for beauty, tend feet, hands, teeth and eyes, polish skin and hair, care for your clothes, apply perfume, overcome personal posers. To. obtain your copy, write Mary' Sue Miller, care of Alton Telegraph, enclosing a long, self-addressed, • stamped en. velope and 25 cents In coin. ; Bulova and Wyler Watches Expert Watch Repairing Caperton Jewelry 2015 STATE 486-5011 REMOUNT YOUR DIAMONDS IN RINGS* PINS • PENDANTS* EARRINGS «TIETAC* HERB TWISTS — Make a delicious and attractive bread for lunch or supper buffets. The dough is made with instant-blending yeast which makes a new quick-mix method possible. Today's Pattern 713 MIRROR OF YOUR MIND By JOI1N CONWELL Does a boy benefit from parent, you need someone with dating an older girl? authority, such as a psyAnswer: Going out with an chiatrist, to whom you can older girl can be a happy ex- transfer your '"allegiance" as potent* for a youngster. While to gradually helps you buUd 1^ ... «.i i * A , : * aitn in vour own ri ght to make Are there 'fringe benefits' in nursing a baby? answer: Besides the advan- ... «.i i * A , : he would never think of taking moral judgments. Sometimes a cues for dress and manners religious advisor or a mature frpm his mother or sisters, a and trusted friend can help you. boy might "remake" himself entirely to please a girl he considers sophisticated. 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