PAGE BIOHTKE1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fHURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 Society MISS HUKANN'K SCOTT Saturday, Nelson Harmon Mubbnrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hubbard, Ifil Ninth street, Wood Illver, anrl MMS Su/anne Scott of New York City, will he married in Geneva, Switzerland. The civil ceremony will he held In the American Consulate, and the religious ceremony will be In the American Mission. The brfde-lo-be Is a daughter of Mrs. Ernest T. Walker of Plalnflcld, N. J., and of the late John Hartley Scott. She has chosen for her wedding a champagne colored silk still, With It she will wear loasl. colored shoes, purse, and gloves. • Her hat, made entirely of flowers is beige. After a two weeks honeymoon In Switzerland, the couple will go to Ras Tnnura, Saudi Arabia where Mr. Hubbard is employed as a civil engineer with the Arabian American Oil Company. Mr. Hubbard received a degree in engineering from the University of Illinois, He visited with his parents last, fall on a 90 clay vacation making the trip to and from Saudi Arabia by plane. Miss Scolt, a graduate of Columbia High School in Maple- Wood, N. J., studied voice, drama, and dancing in New York City. She has appeared In several Broadway productions Including "Call Me Madame", "Make a Wish", "Miss Liberty", and "High Button Shoes." Anna D. Sparks Alliance With Mm. nittmann Mrs. William II. Ditlmann, 2736 Bostwick street, entertained the Anna D. Sparks Alliance of the First. Unitarian Church Wednesday afternoon and dessert was served at 1 o'clock. Mrs. P. S. Canfield and Mrs. Edmund Mitchell were assisting hostesses. Thfc program was prescnlcd by Mrs. Blanch Jutld, pianist. Mrs. Mathus Kudelka, niece of the Rev. and Mrs. X.ollan Nagy, a bride of early winter, was present at the meeting, and members of the alliance showered her with pantry gifts. Mrs. Dan Houser, Frontennc Place will be hostess to Iho April 9 meeting and Dr. Harold Walker of the University of Illinois will be guest speaker. A luncheon-bridge party is being planned for April 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson in Fairmount. This party will be open to the public. Birthday t'arty 'or Jerry Link Jerry Link was guest of honor at a party Monday night given by Miss June Gallagher at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs .F,lmcr Gallagher, l>07 Monroe street, East Alton. Decorations were carried out In the St. Patrick's Day motif and an anniversary cuke centered the refreshment table. Mrs. Gallagher assisted her daughter in serving. Present wore Miss Rosemary Paul, Roy Conn, Lloyd Hutchenson, M\'. and Mrs. Edwin Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gallagher and daughter, Paula Jo, and Miss Marjorie Whilesule. Mr, Link received many anniversary gifts. Andrew Komimo Christened Andrew Romano, first child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Romano, 2-108 East Broadway avenue, was christened by the Rov. Walter Deppisch at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon in St. Mary's Church, Miss Ann Bono and Joe Balsa mo are sponsors for the child, and Andrew Romano, grandfather of the baby served by proxy for Mr. Balsa mo who is in the armed service.. Sunday evening members n( the family gathered at the home of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ramoiio, 21 West Penning avenue, W(x>ii River. Mr. and Mrs. Mini's To Hold Open House Mr. and Mrs. Fred II limes, 409 Augusta street, will observe the fiftieth or golden anniversary of their marriage with open house Sunday and relatives and friends are invited to call between 2 and 4 in the afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening. The couple were married March 21 in Redbud, 111. Mrs. llines was the former Mary Young from L'vansville, 111., and - Mr. Hint's is a native of Runia. They have two children. H daughter, Mrs. Charles Lewis, J.03 Mather street, and a son, George Hines, who resides with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hines have resided in Alton for 42 yeay». ftHn SlRtnn Phi "Kid I'nrly" Gamma IJpsllon chapter. FieM Sigma Phi sorority, entertained rushers nl a "kid party" Ins) night (it the home of Miss Ann Walerbury. Keller Plaie. Godfrey. Fourteen members mid rushees all appeared in children's enstumeM, Charades, rob your neighbor, and cards were played arid late In the evening a buffet luneh wns served by I he hostess assisted by Miss Holty Cox and Miss Bonnie Grammer. Those receiving prl/es were Miss Margaret. Herlgan, Mis* Ruth Pearlier and Miss Hetty Reiss. Miss Norrna Hclwlj? received a coslume award. Rushees were Miss Mary Weaver, Miss Ruth I'eaeher, anil Miss Leila Jlieker.Hon. The sorority will have a model meeting Ml Mineral Springs llnle) April '2. MISS KKNNKDY Mr Mr. and Mrs. James W. Kennedy, 405 Church street, East Alton, are announcing Hie engagement of their daughter, Miss Clema Mncdcle Kennedy, lo Paul Dnrrell Lauek, son of Mrs. Alma Lauck, 418 Enst Lorena avenue, Wood River, Miss Kennedy is employed by tho Ne.uhaus Markctjn East Alton and Mr. Lauck is an electrician employed by the Kramer Electric Company in Wood River. The couple are planning a spring wedding. Miss Veronica Ilemly to Sfc. Horn Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Hendy, 255 Madison avenue, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Veronica Ruth, lo Sfe. Casper H. Horn. The prospective bridegroom is the son o( Mr. and Mrs. Casper Horn jr., 1020 Diamond street. The couple plan to be married in April. Miss Ilencly nmt Sfc. Horn, who was recently returned from over seas duty, are graduates ol Marqucltc High School. Miss HlUtihfllh Smith KntertatiiH (or Itrliln-to-ho Miss Eli/aboth Smith entertained with a dessert -card parly Wednesday evening at the homo of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Groves B. Smith, 548 East Twelfth street. The- party was in honor of Miss Nancy Acker, bride-to-be of Dr. Howard Park Porter. Dessert wns served early in the evening and later the guests, Ifi in number, enjoyed bridge anrl canasta. Miss Acker was presented a gift, and Miss Mary Ann Meister, Miss Nell Mr.- Chrlstion; and Miss Mary Lou March, received pri/.es. Spring flowers, including tulips and painted daisies, were used in decorating the Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Lister To HIIVP Open House Mr. and Mrs. Melva A. Lister, TJlil) West Ninth street, were married fifty years ago on March IS, and lo mark I he occasion will entertain with open house Sunday afternoon. Relatives and friends are invited lo call between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lister were married in Pillsfieki, III., at the home of Hie bride's parents, iho late Mr. and Mrs. George A. Coultas sr. For twenty-five years following their marriage the couple resided in Pittsfield. then moved lo -Jacksonville; and tho past --' years they have resided in Alton. Mr. Lister is a retired carpenter contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Lister are parents of ei^ht children, five of whom are living. They are Mrs. Harry ( Mildred I Myers, 422 Alby street; Mrs. Clark (Bee) Ilardin, 8 College Crest; Wilson Lister, 1MB llerson street; George Lister. Philadelphia, • Pa., and Maynard who resides on the Alton-.) crscyvillc road. The six grandchildren are Mrs. Keith Ediniston, Miss Phyllis Myers, Mrs. Lloyd Frye. Mrs Robert Grant. Hilly Ilardin. and Beverly J«an Lister The one great-grandson is Robert Leland grant jr. Lucky (lub MectiilK with Miss .Miller The Lucky Club met Wednesday with Miss .Mary Ann Miller at her home in Bunker Hill, where bunco was enjoyed. Prize winners were Mrs. Edward Miller, Mi's. Delbert Myers and Miss Mable Miller. Mrs. Delbert Meyevs of Fosterburg will be hostess to the club in two weeks. Knlrrtnln* Club. Miss Linda Llngenfeller, 1428 Milton rood, recently entertained members of a club. Following n business meeting charades were player! and Inter refreshments In dub colors, pink find while, were server!. Present were the Misses Virginia Bresson, ,/iine Knufrnnrm, Janet Barlow, Judy Glbbs Lynda. Buchanan, Monica Todrl. Jackie Oldham, Delores Gub- Her, Barbara Chappell, Jemiell A'-ord. and Diane Lingenfeller. (pi. Thompson, Home on fx-nvp, Honored Cpl. Melvln K. Thompson, homo on furlough after 22 months spent over sens Includ- I ; Korea where he was wound- erl iri action, was honored Satin flay night at a dinner niven by his mother, Mrs. I). L. Tav- lor, and Mr. Taylor, at their home HI East Kirn street. The occasion was Cpl. Thompson's twentieth birthday. Included among Hie 2;"> guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Christie anrl children from Pinckneyville. Coupe (o WPI! On March 28. Mr. and Mrs, V. L, Taylor, 84 East Elm street, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of Mr. Taylor's daughter, Miss Ger- nldino Taylor, lo James Hart, son of Mrs. August H. Brock- rneyer, 2401 Sarah street. The couple plan to be married March 28. MISS KAV LINK Mr. and Mrs. Otto Link are announcing I he. engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Rita Kay Link, lo l-'fe. Richard P. Weslergard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wes- lergard of Brooking, S. D. Miss Link is the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Link. She was graduated from the Jersey Community High School in (951 dncl is attending the University of Illinois at Champaign where she is majoring in Social Work. Pfc. Westcrgard also attended the University of Illinois and is now in the Air Force stationed at Chanule Field, Ranloul, III. I'nltnrlun Social Committee Dunce Social committee of the First Unitarian Church has planned a square dance for Friday night. The fiance will begin at 8 o'clock in the church recreation room. Mrs. lOuill l'\ Horn Knlcrtulim Club Mrs. Emil F. Horn, who resides at 5,'!5 East Fifth street, entertained members of a club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Dessert was served and bridge played later in the afternoon. Apollo* Shrlnpi Dinner Wednesday KviMilitK Apollos Shrine will have a covered dish dinner at B o'clock 1*4 let i/our writer he a sailor <V<?w, crisply il^U'd lit jashinn't Jtiiui tic hiijh ttJiturt slrdw. Su^tr* liilne mil hiit u'llk distitid /tdtr /or Jemtntnily. Thin Many utltrri in our t'nsiYr tS'rifuii StiDiftng WV25' 00 myrtle H. |»«ul millinery — accessories 104 1C. Urotulwuy MR. AND MRS. TONY YOUNG were married last Friday in the p/jnonago of the Cherry Street Baptist Church by the Rev. W. Frr,r.'n>in Pnvf.'tt. Before her marriage Mrs. Young was Mrs Lucille l.hhrr. ••PfM'is Studio photo. Wednesday evening, March 2fi, nl the Temple on Stale street. Yearly report and flection ol officers will follow the dinner. Wedding Plans Completed h'or Saturday. Miss JoAnn Webber nnd Cecil H. Andrews will be married at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening in Cherry Street Baptist Church, and the Rev. W. Freeman Privet! will officiate. A wedding rehearsal will take place at. 7:30 Friday evening nnd afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Ceeil H. Anrlrews, 4 Grovelin street, will entertain In honor of their son and his fiancee. Members of the bridal party fire Miss Jeannie Grensbaeh, maid of honor, Miss SHirley Dletschy and Miss Barbara Robertson, bridesmaids, Sandy Patterson, flower girl, Donnie Pointer, ring bearer, Joe and John Poole, twins, train bearers. Tho bridegroom will be attend by Jack Webber, brother of the bride, best man, Boyd La Marsh and Charles Musgrave, groomsman. Alton Chapter OKS Honor* Brothers Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star met at, the Masonic Temple on State street, Wednesday night, and "brothers" were honored. Mrs. LcRoy Fessler toasted the men In song after they had been escorted to their stations. Gifts were presented to the "brothers", and Howard Colburn presented a gift from tne "brothers" to the worthy matron, Mrs. Edward Watson. Mr, nnd Mrs. Edward Watson are worthy patron and worthy matron of Alton chapter, and were present at last night's meeting. Pictures showing Iho life of wild game were shown during a program. Frank Ballard, slud- ent at Shurtleff College gave two readings. Refreshments were served in the Temple dining room and tables were centered with flowers. I'nrty at Home of IMrs. Joseph A. Burns Mrs. Joseph A. Burns, 627 F.ast Fifth street, wns hostess lo a party of Lambda Alpha Xi, senior chapter, Beta Gamma Upsilon sorority Wednesday evening. Mrs. James Blume and Mrs. Leo Hachtold were assisting hostesses. Rushees were guests and they were Mrs. William Nolan, Mrs. C. B. Neudecker jr., and Mrs. M. J. Stooker. Rob your neighbor was played and those receiving awards were Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. Ray Lu- Pcrsonals M/Sgt. Joseph W. Luly left Wednesday evening to return to Beale AFH, Maryville, Calif., following a three weeks leave spent with his mother, Mrs. Josephine A. Luly of 1009 Washington avenne. This is Lilly's third enlistment and second overseas tour. He served in Europe during World War II. Billie D. Miller, former employe of the C. J. Schlosscr, CPA firm, has been promoted to sergeant and transferred from the rank of rifleman to that of administrative specialist. He has been'on Okinawa since May 5, 1351. Mrs. Miller resides at 520 Easton avenue, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of Olive Branch. Mr. anrl Mrs. B. J. Schafer, for merly of Alton, arrived Wednesday by plane from Denver, Colo., to visit, with her mother, Mrs. Katie Wright, and her daughters, Mrs. Robert Edwards and Mrs. Robert Hermes. Mr. Schafer left today for Washington, D. C. Dr. Carl Plum will attend an optometric seminar lo be held Friday in Columbia, Mo. Mrs. J. R. Caulfield and son, Jimmy, of Chicago, arrived last night for a visit, with Mrs. Caulfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kleinpeter. They will visit other relatives in Alton. William C. Fairbanks, secretary of the Alton Box Board Company, will be in Boca Raton, Fla., next week attending the 23rd Institute on Industrial Relations sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers. The Institute will be attended by more than 200 industry executives from 30 states. Jim Lucker, 18, an employe of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital, ill of pneumonia. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lucker ol 612 Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wempen have recently returned from a two months stay in St. Petersburg. Fla. Shortly after returning Mr. Wcm- pen entered Memorial Hospital ill with pneumonia. Rummage Sale In Alton BETHADTO — The local Chapter of Eastern Stars will have a rummage sale Saturday in Alton at 604 Belle street. The sale is under the direction of the ways and means committee headed by Mis. Ruth Darr, Thos who will assist at the snlc are lo be there at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. The proceeds will go to the chapter's general funds. Club Discusses Timely Subject "What's (ho Primaries to You" wus the timely subject used a« an Informative talk by Mrs, Manuel M, Wiseman before the .Speech- mistress Club members at their Wednesday evening dessert meet- Ing at the Voting Women's Christ- Ian Association. Mrs. Wiseman's speech was turned Into an open forum because of the interest evidenced by members present, and their desire to learn more about primary elections. Mrs. Rimer Isringhaus gave a "thumbnail sketch" of her life telling (he club she was born in St. Louis, Mo., was a licensed cos- mololiglst and had also been previously employed by the Western Union Telegraph Co. The speaker recounted some of the more amusing Incidents of her experiences ns an Army wife and told the club members that both she and her husband were members of the "Tip Topper Club" of St. Louis whose members must be more than six feet tall. The invocation was given by Mrs. A, L. Kltzmiller and the table topic on "Universal Military Training" was led by Mrs. Charles Sakes. Mrs. Edward D. Groshong conducted the business session and Mrs. D. A. Alderson was the mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Joseph M. Glassey was the individual evaluator for Mrs. Isringhaus and Mrs. Wiseman and Mrs. Robert McFarlane was the genera] evaluator of the evening. Guests present included Mrs. Alderson, Mrs. Herman V. Meyer, Mrs. George E. Rioken, Mrs. J. C. Henderson and Miss Thirza Lou Sanders. AT COLLEGE DINNER —Harvey H. Reilley, 900 College avenue, and his daughter, Joan, at the recent Father-Daughter dinner of Barlr College, Lake'Foresf, III., where Joan is a student. Births May 20 Arranged As Banquet Date Mrs. Eugene Wolff of Greenville, departme/tal chapeau of Eight & Forty, will be guest of honor at a banquet to be given^Tuesclay, May 20, at Mineral Springs Hotel. Arrangements for the banquet were made at a meeting of Madison County Salon, Eight & Forty, Tuesday evening in the Legion home, Sixth and George streets. Miss Fannie Ullrich was named chairman of the banquet committee. Members from Granite City, Madison, Wood River, and Alton, attended the meeting. Mrs. Harry Sellers, Mrs. Al Springate, Mrs. George Means, Mrs. Paul Armstrong, Mrs. William Peck, and Mrs. Grace Costello excelled at games played and received prizes. During the evening refreshments were served by Mrs. Don Apple- pate, Mrs. George Cm-ran, and Mrs. Hugh Martin, Legion Auxiliary members. Hostesses for the April meeting will be Mrs. Fred Tickner, Mrs. L. M. Cummings, and Mrs. Mollie Walton. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bivens, 411 Spencer street, Bethalto, are announcing the birth of a son Thursday at 2:56 a. rn. in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Mickelon of 506 Main street are parents of a son, born at 10.40 a. m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby weighs five pounds and nine ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman of 1805 Main street have given the Lodges Bolivia now taxes home radio sets. gen, Mrs. Neudecker, and Mrs. Stooker, Refreshments were served by the hostesses at a late hour. Alton Memorial Day Council will meet Friday at 8 p. m. at American Legion Hall. Alton Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 o'clock Friday evening at the Odd Fellows Hall on Broadway. The Anglican Church in the Cape Town district of South Africa is considering changing to services in the Afrikaans language, which, it is thought, may stop the alarming falling off in attendances name of Michael Allen to a son, born Tuesday at. 9:18 p. m. In Alton Memorial Hospital. A daughter, weighing seven pounds and eight ounces, was born at. 2:23 p. m. Wednesday In Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Niovelt of 429 Church street, East Alton. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Dcarold Oseland of 2005 Brown street of the birth of a daughter. The baby, weighing seven pounds and 15 ounces, was born at, 9:07 a. m. today in Alton memorial Hospital. Cotton Faille— For Special Waiting! $16.95 The twinkling of gilded cord forms the design on the small rounded collar and the slanted pockets of this gently flared jacket over our famous, patented cut-out skirt. Fashioned in permanent finish, washable Cotton Faille with snap-in shoulder pads. Ivory or Champagne. Sizes 8-18. 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