Kennedy-Howard Nuptials 1929

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Kennedy-Howard Nuptials 1929 - Hammond of St. Louis will take place June 19....
Hammond of St. Louis will take place June 19. Mrs. Wm. Eckhard gave a Uuicheon- bridge Saturday for Miss Hoffman, and on Sunday ni?ht Mrs. Walter Snyder of Hi Pointe Place was hostess to a bridge party. —*— Luncheon for Mrs. Bensinger Mrs. George H. Juttemeyer of 827 Langdon street was Hostess to a prettily prettily appointed luncheon Saturday when she entertained 16 guests In honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. G. Bensinger, who leaves shortly to make her home in Toledo, O. The luncheon tables were attractively decorated with spring colors and flowers. After luncheon the guests played bridge for several hours. Mrs. Juttemeyer Juttemeyer presented a guest gift to Mrs. Bensinger, and bridge favors to Mrs. Wm. C. Gschwend, Mrs. Bensinger and Mrs, Emert Wyss. A Board With Miss Henry Miss Jane Henry of 1800 Washington Washington avenue will entertain the board of the Alton Business and Professional Professional Women's .Club tonight at 7:30 o'clock at her home.' During the evening' evening' the board will hold its regular nwmthly meeting. , J Miss Henry is president of the club, F '*clng elected to office last month. (tether members of the board are Miss ' Mvldred Brown, vice president; Miss Pearl Shearlock, secretary; Miss Maymie Maymie Collins, treasurer; Miss Katherine Katherine V. Dickinson, Miss Nellie I. Jones and Miss Amelia B. Ringemann, directors. directors. Kennedy-Howard Nuptials The Old Cathedral will be the scene of a pretty nuptial event Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock when Miss Lillian Lillian Howard becomes the bride of Stephen Kennedy. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. P. J. Smyth. Miss Howard will be accompanied to the altar by a large bridal party, including Miss Catherine Gavin, bridesmaid; Miss Catherine Newman, maid of honor; Lorrcne Stciuer, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stelner of Grafton and niece of the bride-elect, flower girl, and Billy Kennedy, Kennedy, nephew of Mr. Kennedy and son of Mr. and Mrs.'Philip Keiinedy, who vill serve as ring bearer. Emmett Kenedy of Los Angeles, Calif., brother of Mr. Kennedy, will be best man, nnd John Hanlon, will be groomsman. After the wedding and nuptial moss the bridal party will motor to the home of Mr. Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kennedy, on East Fourth street, where breakfast will be served and a reception held for Mr Kennedy nnd his bride. The young couple will leave tomorrow tomorrow night on a honeymoon trip They will reside with the bride's lather, R. j. Howard on Bluff street. father. ] m EN A CHILD Miss Martin Hostess to Club Members of the Monday Evening Five Hundred Club were guests last evening of Miss Emma Martin of Langdon street. Favors for five hundred which furnished the evening's evening's diversion were awarded to Misses Esther Brown, Mae Needham, Theresa Brown and Helen Wightman. Wightman. During the evening a two course repast was served by Miss Martin to her guests. Low bowls of roses were placed at vantage points about the rooms and were used in the table decorations. In two weeks the club will meet with Miss Lillian Bailey. Personal Shower for Miss Howard Miss Magdalene Kennedy of East Fourth street gave a party and shower Monday night in honor of Miss Lillian Lillian Howard, fiancee of her brother, Stephen Kennedy. The house was prettily decorated, baskets and bowls of roses being used in the scheme. Miss Howard was showered with gifts of a miscellaneous nature. Little Little Billy Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kennedy, brought the gifts from the guests Into the living room in a suit-case and presented them to Miss Howard. Bunco furnished the diversion of the evening, four tables being occupied occupied by the guests. Miss Mildred Hardy of Chicago, Miss Ada Klinke and Miss Virginia Tonsor excelled and received prizes. The evening was brought to a close with the serving of refreshments by Miss Kennedy, assisted assisted by her mother, Mrs. J. H. Kennedy, Kennedy, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Philip Kennedy. Miss Vernlc Mclnerney to Become Bride Announcement is being quietly made to relatives of the approaching marriage of Miss Vernle Mclnerney, member of an old time Alton family, who has been living in Denison, Tex., for a number of years. Miss Mcln- erney is to be married this week, it is being told, to B. J. Lindsey, by whom she has been employed since soon after she went to Denison to make her home. Miss Mclnerney, who took charge, of the Sentinel Democrat in Alton after both her father, J. J. Mc- lnerney, and her brother, Austin Mc- lnerney, had c'.led, went to Denison to be with her uncle, who resided there, and she later took employment in the insurance office of Mr. Lindsey. Lindsey. She has been his confidential secretary. Mrs. Lindsey died about two years ago and now Miss Mclnerney is to become the wife of her employer. She is a young woman with many fine qualities, was highly esteemed here in the years she lived in Alton and the information that she was to be man-ied was received by her relatives relatives and friends in Alton with the deepest interest. The couple plan to come to Alton some time next month for a visit. Stag Party for Stephen Kennedy John Hanlon of Highland avenue was host to a stag party Monday night, entertaining 18 guests in honor of Stephen Kennedy, whose marriage to Miss Lillian Howard will take place tomorrow. Mr. Hanlon will be a member of the Kennedy-Howard Kennedy-Howard wedding party. During the evening evening Mr. Kennedy was the recipient of a hose and handkerchief shower. Music formed the evening's diversion, diversion, with Chris. Lavick furnishing furnishing piano numbers and several men singing. Leo Kennedy sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," Leo Ford, "Glad Rag Doll," John Hanlon "Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine," and Edward Edward Magulre, "That Pretty Little Thing Called Love." At midnight Mrs. J. P. Hanlon mother of the host, served supper to the guests, who included Jack Kennedy of Denver, Emmett Kennedy Kennedy of Los Angeles, and R. Burke of New York. Enjoying Southern Trip Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elble, who were married Saturday night at the parsonable of the Evangelical Ohurch by the Rev. O. W. Heggemeier, are enjoying a week's honeymoon in the south. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Elble will take up their resi- denceat 335 Broadway, East Alton. After the wedding, which took place at 7:30 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs Ben Tuscher, parents of the bride, entertained with a supper at their home in East Alton. In addition to the bridal party guests at the supper included Mrs. Sophia Tuscher and Mrs. Louise Ringering, grandmothers grandmothers of the young couple. Attendants at the nuptials were Emll Ringering and Miss Mable Hendricks. Miss Tuscher was married in a blond costume, frock and hat, corresponding, corresponding, while Miss Hendricks was attired in an ensftmble of orchid. The bride is a well known East Alton resident, having been employed nt the Illinois State Bank. She is a member of the East Alton Business and Professional Women's Club. —»— Baldwin Out As Britain's Cabinet Head Continued from page 1 birthday dinner and family reunion arranged in honor of Mrs. Mary Adams Baker by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Me- Adams. Mr; and Mrs. Baker were guests of Alton relatives and friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cox and daughter, daughter, Susan, have relumed from a several several days' atuomobile trip to Missouri. Missouri. Miss Ruby Russell'has returned to Moline after a short visit with rela tlvcs, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Nellie E. Russell, of West Fourth street. Miss Russell has taken a cot tage on the Moline Island and will have her mother as guest this sum mer. Mrs. Russell and Miss RusseV will be joined later by Mrs. Russell's tmall granddaughter, Patricia Me Gulggan, who will enjoy an extended stay at the cottage. Mrs. Julia Lenz of Anderson, Ind.,! Lloyd George, leader of the Liberal party, he wns given a working majority majority in the House of Commons. Hold Power Balance Todny as then the future of his government-to-be depended largely upon what the Liberals would do, for as sweeping as was the Labor victory at Thursday's poll it fell just short of giving the party a majority in the Commons and the Liberals, :io,v as then, hold the balance of power. King George was in bed when he received Mr. Baldwin and the business business transacted was very formal and Allen, in at who will the the possession will arrive tomorrow to attend the ' graduation exercises at St. Joseph's born hospital, her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Lenz being, a member of the class. During her stay in Alton Mrs. Lenz will be a guest of Mrs. Harry Barnthouse Barnthouse of College avenue. Mrs. Lenz is the mother of 16 -children and has one other daughter, who is a graduate graduate nurse and is supervisor of a hospital hospital in Anderson, Ind. J. C. Wuellncr has returned from a business trip to Paragould, Ark. Mrs. Roy Hancox and daughter, Shirley Ellen, returned this morning to her home in Mexico, Mo., after visiting visiting with her mother, Mrs. Frank Walker, for several days. X. H. Cornell, manager of the Alton Alton Transportation Co., left last evening evening on a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. A. B: Walker of 2220 Brown street went to Whitehall this morning morning where she will visit with friends. John A. Grossheim, George J. Thomas and August Beiser have returned returned from Atlantic City, where they attended a meeting of Home Life Insurance Co. agents. Emmett Kennedy of Los Angeles, Calif., and Jack Kennedy of Denver, Colo., are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kennedy of East Fourth street, coming to attend the marriage of their brother, Stephen Kennedy, to Miss Lillian Howard, Wednesday morning. Emmett arrived arrived Sunday and Jack Monday. They , . will remain for a week or 10 days' I c '<'y ' have Whippet. tor and by man also visit in Alton. Miss Edith Elizabeth Owsley of Middlesboro, Middlesboro, Ky., is a guest at the L. P. bwsley home on Langdon street, Clyde E. Miller of Whitelaw ave- of vacations likely the nue, Wood River, departed yesterday | at for New York where he will sail for Aruba to take a position with the Pan American Co., a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Co. Mr. Miller will join George Wilklns and William Coffman, who left here a short time ago for Aruba. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dickinson have returned to their home in Milwaukee, _ ..... ______ ...... ___ Wis., after visiting for a few tlay.j j with Mrs. Dickinson's parents, Mr. < Marand Mrs. John Harr of Foulds ave i l ot

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 04 Jun 1929, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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