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school of fine arts, Washington University, St. Louis. Farewell fnrty Tumday Night at Onlced Grounds Ralph Luken Jr., and King Fischer were guests of honor at an open air dancing party given Tuesday night at the Onized Club grounds by the Misses Sally Jo Siebenthal and Jane Johnson. The party was a farewell for Ralph and King, who are leaving the latter part of the month for naval camp at Culver Military Academy, Culver, Ind. The two boys are enrolled in the Academy for next fall. Thirty boys and girls were present, and adults present were Mrs. E. F. Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Luken and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal. Colored lights were strung above the dance floor and sparkling wax was used. Refreshments were served during the evening. The hostesses presented a gift to the guests of hbnor. Couilitfl Mark Birthday* At Party Monday Pamella Tomerlin and David Franz, cousins, marked their birthdays at a family party Monday night given by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tomerlin of Humbert street road, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Franz, Godfrey road, at the Tomerlin home. A wiener roast was enjoyed on the lawn, and there was a birthday cake for each guest of honor. Gifts were presented to Pamella, who was 7, and to David, who was 5. The cousins were born on June 15, but the party was advanced one day. Present at the party were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Willis Sr.. Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Franz, Mrs. Amanda Tomerlin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kiefer and daughters, Denise and Debby. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Martineau and daughter, Candy, Tommy Tomerlin, Denny Franz, Miss Joan Willis and Linda Sarginson. Mrs. Tomerlin, Mrs. A. C. Fran/, Mrs. Kiefer and Mrs. Martineau are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Willis, and Pamella, David, Denise, Debby, Candy, Tommy and Denny are grandchildren of the Willis'. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Franz are paternal grandparents oLJDavid and Denny, and Mrs. Amanda Tomerlin is the paternal grandmother of Pamella and Tommy. Miss Joan Willis is a fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis. Nolan-Bequealth Wedding in White Hall The wedding of Miss Audrey Bequeaith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bequeaith, 209 South Carrollton St., "White Hall, and Robert L. Nolan, son of J. J. Nolan, 222 Tunison Ave., White Hall, took place at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Tabernacle Baptist Church, White Hall. The Rev. D. E. Handling officiated at the double ring ceremony, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Adel Hudson was pianist, and Miss Carol Pinkerton sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The church was decorated with palms and baskets of stock and candelabra. Mrs. Imogene Hess of Minneapolis, Minn., sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Paul R. Nolan was his brother's best man. William Nolan, nephew of the bridegroom, and Clarence Be. queaith, brother of the bride, were ushers. The bride's frock, ballerina length, was of white dotted nylon made with a lace yoke and cap sleeves. She carried white roses. Mrs. Hess wore a blue dress styled like the bride's and a bouquet of pink roses. After a reception which was held in the church parlors the couple left for a trip to the Ozarks and through southern states. They will reside at 853 College Ave., Jacksonville. Mr. Nolaa and his bjide art graduates of White Hall High School, the former in 1949, and the latter, 1952. The bridegroom is a veteran of 3Va years with the U. S. Air Force. He is employed by Mrs. Tucker's Food Products Co., Jacksonville. Mrs. Nolan was until recently resigning to complete wedding plans, employed by Franklin Life Insurance Co., Springfield. MISS KING. Mr. and Mrs. James J. King, 400 Prospect St., are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miss Barbara Blake King, to John L. Richert, U. S. Army, whose parents are Mrs. Thomas H. Neal, Kankakee, 111., and Joseph L. Richert, Kankakee. Miss King is a graduate of Marquette High School and an inactive member of Zeta Beta Psi Sorority. She is employed in the office of St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Richert received his bachelor of arts degree from St. Joseph's College, Collegeville, Ind. He is stationed in Swarthmore, Pa. No date for the wedding has been set. Mr. and MM. Plunk To Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Plunk of 2009 Clawson St., will hold open house Sunday, 3 to 5 and 8 to 10, in observance of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, and relatives and friends are invited to call. Mr. and Mrs. Plunk, who were married before the Rev. F. M. Hedger in Alton, have two sons, Charles E. and David, Mrs. Plunk is the former Miss Dorothy Hemphill, Greater Alton Women's Golf AǤo0tatiofl Meeting The Greater Alton Women's Golf Association held its monthly meeting at Muny golf course Tuesday. Mrs. James Dooley and Mrs. Harvey Wolf were announced as the low putt winners for the month of May. The golfing event of the day was low putts on blind holes, and winners were Mrs. G. Brokaw and Mrs. G. L. Stetson. Three Day Medal Play Tournament was begun and pairings for next week's play will be posted at the club house. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Charles Barnett pnd Mrs. James Dooley. Mi** Kay Goheen Dow, Wed* in Collintville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goheen Jr., of Dow are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Kay Frances, to F. N. Ray Cuff, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cuff of Collinsville. The couple were married Wednesday evening, June 9, at the First Baptist Church, Collinsville, with the Rev. Percy Ray, officiating. F. N. Cuff was stationed at Astoria, Ore., and was home on a 12- day leave. The bride wore a light blue suit with navy blue accessories. Her sister and brides* maids, Miss Dorothy Goheen. ' appeared in two-toned green with white accessories. Mrs. Cuff and Miss Goheen wore corsages of whit* carnations. The bridegroom's attendant his cousin, pomid JUrick

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