Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
SATURDAY, NAVEMBER 17, 102ft Society To Entertain Club Mr. and Mrs. James Broderlck of 1214 Alby street will entertain members of their club tonight at their home. Benefit Bridge Tarty A benefit bridge party was given last evening at the Stratford Hotel by the Zeta Beta Pel Sorority. Proceeds from the party will he given to the Associated Charities. A favor was awarded at each table. T. C. N. with Mrs. Miller Mrs. Claude Miller entertained the T. C. N. club this week at her home , being hostess to a luncheon served a 12:30 o'clock. After luncheon the guests played bunco and club prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joseph Thelsen . and Mrs. Orlan* Hcmphlll. _*__ Hostess to Primary Teachers Miss Ruth Heidemann entertained the teachers and officers of the primary department of the Evangelical church last evening. A business meeting and social time was enjoyed. .After the business meeting a two- course lunch was served. _4_ Hostess to One-Table Party Mrs. C, C. Van Home of 1871 Evergreen avenue was hostess to a delightful one-table bridge Thursday night, entertaining Misses Ethyle Derwin, .Alice Rowden and Pearl Maye Cochranc, and Thomas McPike. At 11 o'clock Mrs. Van Home I served refreshments to her guests. \ -*Luncheon for Mrs. Luclcn F. Baker Mrs. Edward B. Watson of East ..Twelfth street entertained with a luncheon and bridge party Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Luclen F. Baker of New Orleans. Mrs. Baker formerly resided in Alton and had been entertained at a series of de• llghtful parties during her stay in Alton. —»— Frank Sprlngman Surprised Frank Sprlngman of Myrtle street was surprised by a group of seven ' couples Friday night, the party being arranged in honor of his birthday. The guests arrived In time for seven o'clock dinner, bringing material for the meal with them. Following dinner tables were arranged and the remainder of the evening was devoted to the playing of pinochle. —»— High School Reserves' Party ' The High School Girl Reserves en' joyed a dinner last evening at the Y W. C. A., with covers being arranged for 27 guests, Including Miss Florence Senn, the new general secretary n the local Association. The table were decorated with flags of the dif ferent countries. The speaker of the evening wa Mrs. T. S. Bagranoff of St. Louis who spoke on "Bulgaria." Dale-Unsscll Nnptlnls This Afternoon The marriage of Miss Helen Bauer Johler, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Johler, to J, Russell Dale will take place this afternoon at 4 'o'clock at the Johler home, (U7 East Sixth street, and will be witnessed by L small gathering of relatives and Aose friends of the young couple. The Johler home has been beautifully decorated throughout with .greeneries, and while they are being married Mr. Dale and Miss Johler will stand before the mantle in tho living room which has been banked with asparagus ferns. On either side of the mantle tall baskets filled with white and pink-tinted chrysanthemums, were placed. Before the wedding a musical program will be furnished by Frederick Tuemmler, violinist and soloist, and Miss Marie Chrlstoe, pianist. Mr. Tuemmler will sing "At Dawn- Ing," with Miss Chrlstoe as his accompanist, and Miss Chrlstoe and Mr. Tuemmler will play the wedding march. Miss Johler will have as her maid of honor, Mlsa Virginia Burt of Robinson, 111., and as bridesmaid, Miss Evelyn Smith of Edwardsville. Miss Smith will enter the living room first, followed by Miss Burt. Miss Johler will enter last, accompanied by her father, Wm. Johler, who will give her in marriage. Miss Johler and her attendants will be met by the bridegroom, J. Russell Dale; his best man, Edward Ballweg of Edwardsville, and the officiating clergyman, the Rev. O. W. Heggemeier, at the improvised altar and the double ring ceremony will follow. Miss Johler .will wear a gown of ivory satin and a long bridal veil and Bernard Mrs. and last ill H. day. arranged In semi-cap carry white roses and shape, and lilies of the valley arranged in a shower. The veil will be held in place with orange blossoms. Miss Smith will be gowned In lav- of ender and Miss Burt in yellow, and both will wear rose buds in their hair. Miss Smith will carry Columbia and Miss Burt Fernet roses. The gowns of Miss Johler and her attendants are similarly fashioned, with a tunic effect in the front. The ends of the tunic are drawn to the back of the dress and dropped low, making an uneven hem-line. A cape, corresponding to the tunic, will fall from the shoulders, and the frocks will be sleeveless. The wedding will be followed by an Informal reception. During the reception refreshments will be served by a group friends, Mrs. of the Charles bride's close C. Barnard, Bcder Grotto Having Chicken Dinner The uniformed, bodies of Beder /Grotto will serve a chicken dinner A next Thursday, Nov. 22, in the Ma^ sonic Temple on State street. Max \Greenfleld is the chairman of the committee in charge of this event and he has been, very active in mak- - ing ready for the dinner and in pushing the sale of tickets. Dinner will ! be served in the Temple from 5 to 7:30 o'clock. , ^ F. D. Clnb with Mrs. O'Dell Mrs. John O'Dell entertained Friday evening' at the home on East Sixth street, having as guests mem- ! bers of the P. D. Club. Bunco was played and the club favors were presented to Mrs. William Rogers and • . Miss Margaret Shumakcr. During the evening refreshments were served ' by Mrs. O'Dell to her guests. The next meeting of the club will be held Nov. 30 with Miss Shumaker. ^ ' Miscellaneous Shower For Miss Cunningham ' Mrs. Joseph Gunn entertained last evening at her home, 1114 East Fifth street, in honor of Miss Edith Cunningham, whose marriage to Fred Graul will take place the latter part of this month. Bunco furnished the Miss Erlene Owsley, Miss Leona Wilson of St. Louis, Mrs. Wm. Roper of St. Louis and Miss Flora Beatty of Waverly. Later in the evening Mr, Dale and his bride will leave on a short honeymoon, their destination not being disclosed. Upon their return to Alton Mr. and Mrs. Dale will go to housekeeping in the Hoffman apartments, 435 East Eighth street. Mr. Dale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Dale of Grafton and is a graduate of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. He is with the Sanders Drug Company. Mr. Dale is a member of a pharmaceutical fraternity, the Omega Phi. The bride is the daughter of Mr find Mrs. Wm. Johler and is a young woman of much charm. She is a graduate of the Alton high schoo and of Shurtleff college, and for oni year taught English and llteratun in the Wood River Junior higl school. Since her engagement wa made known early this fall Mis Johler has been the guest of hono at a series of delightful parties. Guests at the wedding this afternoon will be Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Dale, parents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Sawyer of Roodhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meissner and Miss Leona Wilson of St..Louis; Mrs. C. William Burton of Edwardsville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beatty daughters, Flora and Julia Louise of Waverly.