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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 Society... MlM Honored nl Shnwnr Miss Hcvcrly A. FurRnson, daughter of Mr. find Mnt, William A. FurRfiRon of 708 Mnln fttrrpf, wiis lionor RIIPR! nl lh<? first of ft scrips of pnrtios Rlvr-n Monday ovcnlnR nt. Ilio homo of Mrs. Willinrn F. YotinKhprR jr., H06 Logan si root, nnd Mrs. Hob- erf K. Mnf'oy W "S ro-hoslrss. Miss FurRnson*'\vlll hcmmr; fho lhr> hrldo of Avlnlion C'mlrt. Pnul K. Shortnl, of Rwsc AKH, Lubbock, Tox., May 17. Tho dororntlvr molif wiis curried out in kcpplng wllh tin? bridnl Ihcmo nnd SI. Pnlrlrk's dny. A InrRC ritoll-brlnV CPU- torod Iho dlniriK room triblc nml fchntnrockK forming n horso shoo circled the doll. Trtpors in cryatnl rnndolahrn woro nlso used nnd Rifts of linen wore plnred on the tnhle, After Miss Fui'Riison opened her Rifts, cnnnsln was plnyed nnd those excelling were Miss Alioo Noll, Miss Dorothy Loch, Mrs. Willlffm Kurgnson nnrl Mrs. Dale Wlokenhntiser. Lute in the evening a copse rcpnst wns served to (lie 16 Ritests, vvi|Ji Miss Louh nssislinR the hostesses. A/C Shorlnl Is n son of Mr. and Mrs. Pnul -K. Shortnl of Fail-mount. Couple to Observe Silver Anniversary Mr. nnd Mrs, Mitchell .Turk- Bon, 111 Whllelnw nvenue, Knst Alton, will observe their twenty-fifth wedding nnnlvorsnry by holding open house Saturday beRinnlnR at 7 p. m. The couple WHS married March 21, 1027, nl. Springfield. Their attendants were the former-Miss Gladys Devnsher and Ray Jackson, brother of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson have resided In East Alton since their marriage, and have lived nt the WhiteJnw address 11 years. They nro parents of a son, Claude, who graduated In February from the University of Illinois with an A.B.- degree in psychology. He Is presently employed on the health service staff nt the university. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackson nro 'active members of the First Baptist Church, East Alton, where Mr. Jackson has served for several years as a member of the board of trustees. Both are -in Eastern Star and Caspar Shrine work. Mr. Jackson has just been elected ns associate watchman of the shepherds of the Wood River White Shrine where he Is also a member oC the Masonic lodge. Mrs. Jackson is n past, president of the School Mothers Club and is a member of the Senior Woman's'Club. Mr. Jackson is employed nt Western Cartridge Co., whore lie Is supervisor of. the mill products warehouse. IIoiiHe-lIuchmnn Nuptials In Wood River Mrs. Esther Hacbmnn of IL'S West Fourth street, Roxann, became the bride of Merle House of 142 Tenth street, Wood River, March 8 in SI. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wood River, with the pastor, Rev. Norman L. Wolff officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hachmnn of St.'.Louis were the couple's attendants. The bride wore a grey suit with yellow accessories and a yellow carnation corsage. Mrs. llachman wore a navy suit with navy and white accessories nnd a pink carnation shoulder bouquet. The couple have returned from n southern honeymoon and are residing at 1U8 West Fourth street, Roxann. Mr. House is proprietor of the M. House service station on the Edwnrdsvilie road and Mrs. House is librarian at the Iloxnnit public library. Miss Lois Ilorney Honored at Party Pre-miptinl parly was given in honor of Miss Lois Porsoy Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Maurice Yowcll and Miss Peggy Rigsby at Mrs. YowoH's homo, 800 Acton avenue, Wood River. Gifts, of a miscsellancous nature were arranged on a tnhle decorated in keeping with Si. Patrick's clay with white wedding bells, green anil \\hite streamers. "I^ois and Boh" were inscribed on a large heart at the back of the table. After games were played and prizes awarded to Miss Pat Cannedy, Miss Rita Hallnday, and Mrs. John Ingold, refreshments were served. A white cake was trimmed in green spoiling out "Lois and Bob" inside a bell. Shamrocks centered tho dessert. Bouquets of spring flowers wore used in decorations. Miss Dorsey will become the bride of Bob Becker of Allen, April 5, and the wedding \ull he in the College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Gary Robert Springumn Christened SunUuy Gary Robert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Joseph Springman, was christened at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Brendan Keane in SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Miss Joan Springman, aunt, and Gerald Springman, uncle of the baby, served as sponsors. Gary Robert is the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Springman. Mrs. Springman is the former Suzanne Ursch. Thr llolmlrk* to (lav* Fiftieth Annlvrrsnry Tomorrow will bf the goldon wedding nnnivrrsnry of Mr. nnd Mi.s. (Juy I), lle'lmifk, \K>2 rAorgroon nvenuo. Origins! lly II wns I IIP plurt <n hnvo some forinnl mn eking of Iho nntilversnty with n social ovenl at which friends nnd neighbors would join with mom- horn of tho Holrntrk fnmily. Hut hnpnlrrnonl of tho lu'nllh of both Mr. nnd Mrs, Ifolml'.k made It ndvisnblo to forego nil plntiH for any forrnnl ohsrrvnnr.c of the dny, so rjuiflly the f:oii[>le will bo lit homo during Iho dny. Meyonrl friends nnrl neighbors who will m«ko opportunity io drop In (hero will be no formnl reception of friends. Lntor on, when spring Is farther ndvnncod find wonlhor conditions more plensnnt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hohnick think they may find it possible to gel their family members nrid their friends nnd neighbors around thorn for n rojil cole- brfillon, but thnt must be deferred nl, this lime. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hclmick nre n very popular couple nnd nro among Iho best known of Upper Alton resident*. Ulrllidny 1'nrty for Airs. Hndln Itiiohlinnn Mrs. Kugenc Kcssingor of Lincoln nvenue ontorlninod Monday nflernoon In honor of her mother, Mrs. Sadie Biiohlman cm occasion of her birthday. The hlrthdny cnko nrid pnrly appointments wore in keeping with SI. Patrick's dny, nnd the 12' guests enjoyed gnrnos. Those who were awarded pri/es wore Mrs. Leslie Kltx- miller, Mrs. Willinm Buehlman, Mrs. Joseph Buchlmnn, Mrs., Thornns Lyons, and Mrs. Mary Browning. The hostess served refreshments. Upper Alton Woman'* Club Meeting Tuesday Mrs. R. Frimk Hollls, 412 Enst Sixth street, nnd Mrs- Frank Henderson entertained members of the Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon, and roll call was answered by each club member's selection of the nest fiction and non-fiction books of mitt. During the short business meeting reports were made on hooks that had been collected nnd sent to Alton Slate Hospital. 11 was announced that ties and costume jewelry would be received at the next meeting to be given to the hospital inmates. Mrs. W. Nathan Cassella gave a review bf the book: "The Man Called Peter." The next mooting, April 1, will be nt the homo of Mrs. Robert "Lynn, .1000 Washington avenue, and will bo the club's annual covered dish luncheon nl 1 o'clock. JnycnnH Auxiliary Cunt J'arty April 23 Woman's Auxiliary ito the Junior Chamber of Commerce made plans for a benefit card pnrty to be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, April 22 at the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. John Dolan is chairman and Mrs. Wilfred Brandt cochairman of the party. During last night's meeting of tho auxiliary at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Moore, i!L'l7 Mills street, committees were appointed. Tickets will he handled by Mrs. Harold Davidson; prl/es by Mrs. Elision Campbell and Mrs. Julian Froidman; refreshments by Mrs. Fred Klrschner; cards and tallies, Mrs. Meyer Kirstein; nnd a committee to make arrangements tho night of tho party includes Mrs. C. B. Neiulockor jr., Mrs. Eldon (irovc, Mrs. George Petorio, Mrs. Elvis Lamm, and Mrs. Ray Luken. Following tho business meeting presided over by Iho president, Mrs. (ioorgo Fries, refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Noudocker. Noun Day Cl^b Kntortalnetl Ily Airs. .Ion Klliott Mrs. Joe Elliott. 2:iO'l Amelia street, entertained members of the Noon Day Club Tuesday and a covered dish luncheon was served. Games wore enjoyed in tho afternoon will) Mrs. Helen Groshan, Mrs. George Stevenson, and Mrs. Kl'l'ie Bit tie receiving pri/es, and a guest pri/.e was presented to Mrs. Link Baker. N'umrli'SH ('lub Met Tuesday With .Mrn. George Italy Nameless Club mel Tuesday evening with Mrs. George Baly of 612 Hast Fifth street, and pn/cs at names were given to -Mrs. Haly. .Mrs. Rosalea Dobbs, Mis. Leo Quiylcy, Mrs. Albert llalberi. Mrs. Paul Carpenter and Mrs. ilillicrt Smith. Relreshments were served and announcement made that tho club would be at the home of Mrs. Rosalea Dobbs of 501'i Henry street, Wednesday, April 2. Ui'ssert-Cunl Party At Kufuti Huston School A desseri-card party, open to the > public, will bo at Rufus Easlon school at 1:30 Thursday afternoon. Bridge, canasta, or other card games will lie played. Mrs. Orville Thornton is in charge of tickets. Mrs. Harold Milspaugh is refreshment chair- MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. MYERS wore married at tho homo of the Rev. V/ilkim II. Bohn on !>')lurddy, March 8. The bride is the formf:r Mi", Virginia Taylor —vVr-.<yruin Studio photo. Honor Associates Personal Notes At Party Monday Mr .find Mrs. L.» E. Shonrbiirn, worthy associate"pntron and associate matron of Wnllon chnplor, Order of Eastern Star, were hon< orerl at n party Monday night at. Franklin Masonic Temple. Approximately 300 attended the party and among guests were Mrs. Fred Ticknor, worthy matron, nnd II. L. Wilson, worthy pntron of Walton chapter, Mrs. Robokah Parker, Ea«t St. Louis, past worthy grand matron of the state of Illinois, nnd Mrs. Alfredn Burr, Nam- coki, grand lecturer. Other guests were associate worthy matrons and patrons from chapters In tho surrounding district, who filled stations. Mrs. Shenrbum was presented n bouquet of roses, and she and Mr. Shonrburn wore toasted in song by Everett Turner with "Sweethearts on Parade." Lator, after visit- Ing associates had boon introduced Mr. Turner sang in their honor, "Bo My Lifo'g Companion." Refreshments wore served In the dining room which had boon decorated for the occasion in the circus motif featuring navy balloons and centering the head table was a carousel made of cookies nnd candy mounted on a revolving platform. Mrs. Pole Davis wns refreshments chairman. man, and Mrs. Kenneth Sherry is in charge of awards. P. M. I*. OlrlH Knjoy Dinner Tupftdny The P. M. P. Senior High Girls of tho First. Baptist Church had a covered dish dinner nt the homo of Miss Mildred Holler, 7<18 Washington avenue, Tuesday evening. Miss Ruth Turnbull sv/is elected president of the class, and secret pals wore chosen. Those present wore Iho Misses Gayle Bates, Carolyn Edwards, Nancy Haynes, Cynthia Hopkins, Mary Lutes, Jeanne Montgomery, Priso.tlln Perkins, Carolyn Peters, Janice Rood, Janice Sweltenhnm, Rao T u r n b u I I, Ruth Turnbull, Judy Winklor. and the class instructors, Mrs. Pearl Shaver and Miss Mildred Holler. HHii (iiumiiii Tpsllon Kiisli I'lirty Ton I Klit Alpha Lambda XI, senior chapter, Beta Gamma I'psilon sorority, will have a rush party at 8 o'clock tonight at the homo of Mrs. Joseph Burns, 627 East Fifth street. SI. Patrick's Altar Society Met Tuesday Altar Society of SI. Patrick's Church mot at the school hall Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock with l'| members in attendance. Now members who came into tho society Tuesday wore Mrs. Berkeley York, Mrs. Nettie Hanahan, and Mrs. Alphonsc Barnhorn. Refreshments won. 1 served by tho committee composed of Mrs. Albert Ha/en, Mrs. Frank Romano and Mrs. Dominic Panapinto. Following tho business session games were enjoyed and prizes were given to Mrs. Frank Romano, Mrs. John Gilmartin, Mrs. Edward Yorby and Mis. Gus Catair/aro. Mrs. William Cnmhron wns recipient of the attendance prr/e. Tho club will meet again April 22, at 1 p. m. Miss Amui Mae Kniso Honored at Shower Miss Anna Mac Kruse. fiancee ol llilmcr Schoenliaimt, uas honored at a personal shower Sunday afternoon at tho home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kruse of Moro. Mrs. Henry Kruse jr., and Miss Shirley Kruse were hostesses. Gifts were placed on a center table in the living room over which an umbrella was suspended and trimmed in blue and white. Each corner of the table was adorned with bows, in matching colors. Those receiving pri/es at bun- co were Miss Elvera Burger. Miss Jo Ann Unterbrink and •Miss Norma Jean Johnson. Refreshments were served from small tables. The name of Miss Patricia Grady of Roxnnn, appeared recently on the Dean's Honor List, for tho winter term nt Southeast Missouri .State Teachers' College, Capo Girardeau. Miss Grady, a junior, is working towards a dgree in education. Sho servos as treasurer of Albert. Hall, a woman's dormitory; vice president of the Clio Society, a social organisation, and is vice president of Kappi Pi, n national art fraternity. Mrs. Edgar McClinfock nnd granddaughter, Janis, returned Tuesday from Washington, D. C., where thoy have spont a week. While in Washington Mrs. McClintock and Miss McClintock attended the wedding of their granddaughter and sister, Miss Eileen McClintock and Don T. Van Allman. The couple wore married in tho Shrine of tho Sacred Heart last Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schlafly nro home from o trip to the Pacific coast, during which they visited old friends. Mr. Schlafly was at his post of duly today, the president's desk, in the First National Bank & Trust Co. C. R. Freeman, administrator of Alton Memorial Hospital, is attending a special meeting of the District Presidents of the Illinois Hospital Association today, at. the Hotel Abraham Lincoln, Springfield. The purpose of the meeting is to promote student nurse recruitment programs over tho state. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Nickoll of 3707 Berkeley avenue left Tuesday for Little Rock, Ark., to attend tho funeral of her uncle, W. W. Clark. Miss Helen Sworls, Mrs. Victor Hunt, Mrs. Ray Galloway and Mrs. Dwighl Korto attended the funeral of Thomas Long in Gillos- pio, Tuesday. Long was a brother ol the late Mrs. Frank Pieper. MR. AND MRS. JACK MANN—Mrs. Mantis the former Mi« Cornno Smith, were recently married in the Whiteiaw Baptisr Church in Wood River. The Rev. Cleri Smith officiated.—Pholo by IvlirJvill Studio. Madison County Annual Spring Meeting March 26 in East Alton BPW Club Hears Talk on Finance Births Mr. and Mrs. Harold Helmers of St. Louis, have announced the birth of a daughter, their first child. The baby was born in St. John's Hospital, St. Louis. Mrs. llelmers was before her marriage, Miss Olus Graves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Graves of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Metz of Ti22 Archer street, Wood River, are parents of a daughter, born, at 11:55 p. m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. A son, their first child, wns born to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Gilbert, 560 Prospect street, Wood River, Wednesday at 3 a. m. in Wood River Township Hospital. Tho baby weighed six pounds, throe ounces. Mrs. Gilbert is the former Miss Joan Stover. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Guinn of Cottage Hills have given the name of Vicki Lynn to a daughter, born at 2:37 p. m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby weighs six pounds and 12 ounces. Mi\ and Mrs. Guinn have another daugTiter, Linda Jean, ;!. Tho annual spring mooting of Madison County Unit of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs will be held nt the East Alton Community Building located in the Madison County Housing Project's main building on Third ' street, Wednesday, March 26. Mrs, Florence Day o[ East Alton, president of the unit, announced registrations will get underway at 11 a. m. Tho Rov. L. B. Walkington, pastor of the First Methodist Church, East Alton, will speak at ll:,'iO a. m. on tho subject of "Trends of the Government." Tho Rev. Walkington recently attended a seminar of Methodist ministers in the nation's capital. Tho group will bo dismissed nt 12 o'clock for luncheon. Those attending are to bring their lunch and dessert will be served by the "host clubs, East Alton Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs. Following the invocation the pledge of allegiance will be led by Mrs. E. L. Kimmel, president of the Wood River Senior Woman's Club, and guests will be introduced by Mrs. Day. Tho meeting will reconvene at 1 p. m. when music will be provided by the East Alton-Wood River High School chorus under the direction of Miss Vora Jones. The welcome will be given by Mrs. Otto F. Brazier and Mrs. Bruce Hazon, presidents of the host clubs, and the response will be given by Mrs. H. E. Winans, Alton Woman's Council. Mrs. Lee Slovens of Granite City, will give a book review at 1:15 p. m., and will be followed by a vocal solo with Mrs. Herman V. Meyer as soloist. Mrs. Day will conduct the business meeting at 2 p. m. during which the report of the nominating committee will bo heard nnd the election of officers will take place. The mooting will adjourn at 3 p. m. MR. AND MRS. DAREL E. DARR were married March 8 in the Bethdlto Methodist Church with the Rev. Carson Carlton officiating. Mrs. Darr is the former Miss Sandha Sonricker.—Photo by Stephen's Studio. J. A. Ryrie Speaks on 'Investments for Women' A son, Jonathan Alex, their fourth child, was born nt 7:05 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Guccione of •111 Chamberlain street. Their other children are David, 10, Mary Lenne, 4, and Paul, 2. The name of Michael Allen has boon selected by Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Bowman of 1805 Main street for a son, born at 0:18 p. m. 'Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighs nine pounds and 12 ounces. Roller! Rao is the namo selected ' by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard of '^'.'01 Mnxoy street, for a .son. i born al 1L':.'',S p. m. Tuesday in i Alton Memorial Hospital. Rolierl j Rae weighs eight pounds and five ounces. Kupples Klub to Have Card Party The Kupples Klub will give a bridge-whist party at the Young Women's Christian Association on March 21 nt 7:30 p. m. The party will be open to the public. Proceeds of tho event will bo used for the YWCA campership and conference funds. The group is interested in raising money to send girls lo Camp Talahi for a week during the summer as well as to send delegates to YWCA conferences. The Kupples Klub is one of the newer YWCA groups with a program that is largely recreational. Officers are Jewel Smith, president; Mrs. James A. Jackson, vice president; Mrs. James Bailey, secretary; Mrs. Stephen Boiling, as- ssistant secretary', and Wallace Hvnrlman. treasurer. Lodg es Carlin Rebokah Lodge will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the 1OOF Hall on State street. Degree work will be done in commemoration of Schyler Colfax, founder of the Rehpkah degree. Ladies Auxiliary of the Eagles, 23-1, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at 2404!2 East Broadway for its regulai monthly meeting. 17 JEWEL ELGINS Full ffurtdial u tau t> rtaJ an tftn kandiomi modtl* <o O7j| P\tskm thaf OO 4| REILLY Jeweler 2815C STATIC DI-U- 2-5011 J. A. Ryrie, executive vice president of the First National Bank & Trust Co., spoke before Alton Business & Professional Women's Club following a dinner Tuesday evening at tho Young Women's Christian Association. Tho finance committee was in charge of the program with Miss Nellie I. Jones, chairman, and Miss Rowena Waggoner, co-chairman. Supt. of School J. B. Johnson spoke concerning the March 22 election proposing the school unit district plan, which was endorsed by the club. A nominating committee was appointed to present a slate for new officers in April, Mr. Ryrie spoke on "Investments for Women" in which he emphasixed that 70 percent of the country's wealth is in the hands of women, and 52 percent of company stockholders are women. He pointed out that'a vital part of each women's economics it is to have a well balanced program of investments, and he placed emphasis primarily on the importance of having a substantial savings account to combat illness and un- forseon events; and life insurance to lessen strain on survivors; and after these two have been taken care of, one may invest in real estate, bonds, and common or preferred stocks. Diversification of investments is important, regardless of the selection. Mr. Ryrie qualified his remarks with a statement that: investments must be fitted to tho individual just as clothing and one's effects must be personalized. Charts and comparative figures wore used by the speaker to show effects of inflation and higher taxes on the investment program. A discussion period followed the talk. Members of the finance committee include Miss Ella Bode, Miss Dorothy F. Burns, Mrs. Lester A. Davis, Mrs. Regina Fokl- wisoh, Mrs. Ralph II. Langen, Miss Hazel M. Maddux, Miss Emily Powell, Miss Kathorine Powell, Miss Nellie Prill, Miss Helen Sworts, Miss Doris Taylor, Mrs. N. B. Thornton, and Miss Katherine Wilson. BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST CIUCAOO fA« reported by LeadinfT Bookshopsl Fii'tvon — "The President's Lady." "Sparks of Life." "April Snow." "The Criiel Sea," "Jefferson Selleck," "The Swimming Pool." Nonfictlon — "Kon - Tiki," "Show Biz: From Vaude to Video," "A Man Called Peter." "Dance Io the Piper." "The Greatest Book Ever Written," "The Sea Around Us." INDIANAPOLIS Fiction — "April Snow." "Jefferson Selleck," "The President's Lady," "Moses." "The Catcher in the Hye," "The Cruel Sea," "Spark of Life." Nonfiction—"The Greatest Book Ever Written," -'A man Called Peter," "Kon- Tiki." "Crime in America." "Fight Against Fears. rhe Forrestal Diaries." 'Time to Remember." 1'KORIA Fiction — "The Cruel Sea." "From Here Io Eternity," "Jefferson Selleck." "Spark of Life," "The Came Mutiny," "Tlie Swimming Pool " Nonfiction — "Kon-Tiki." "Show Bu- From Vaude to Video," "The Greatest Book Ever Written." "A Man Called Peter." "Crime in America," "The Sea Around L's." ALTON (As Reported by Mather's) Fiction—"A Man Called Peter." "Th» Catcher in the Rye," "The Swimming Pool," "Spark ol Life." "Tht Cruel Sea." "April Snow," "Jetterion Selleck." Nonfictton — "Kon-Tiki," "Show Biz," "Life's Picture History of Western Man." "A Man Called Peter." "The Greatest Book Ever Written," "Time to Remember," "Dance to the Piper," "The Sea Around Us." MR. AND MRS. HARVEY SCHROEDER were married in St. John's Evangelical Church, Brighton, Saturday evening. Mrs. Schroeder is the former Miss Verla Holland.—Photo by B. E. jun, Diaper Service from New York, it caught a navy NEW YORK, March 19, .T—An transport bound for Bremcrhaven army tug delivered an emergency with families of servicemen and shipment: of disposable diapers at put aboard seven cases of diapers sea yesterday. A few miles out in answer to a request. 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