Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, March 24, 1952
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, MARCH 24, 19SI Society Ml** Ruth Clinpnrtl Mnrrled Saturday In a candlelight ceremony nl 7 30 o'clock Saturday evening Miss Ruth Louise Chnppell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George Chnppell of 3320 Fernwood avenue, became the bride of Robert R. Fowler, son of Mrs. Nola Fowler, 612 Kn*l Sixth street, The wedding took plnce In tho College Avenue Presbyterian Church, and the pastor, flov. Francis Henderson officiated, using the single ring ceremony. For the wedding Ihn church WHS lighted entirely by randies which were planed in each of the church windows In standards downs the center aisle, and at the altar In branched candelabra arranged with bouquets of whife glndloll, slock, nnd carnations. Behind the tapers and flowers were ferns find palms forming n background. The bride was given In mnr- rlage by her father nnd attended by her sisters, Miss Mildred Chappcll was maid of honor and the Misses Sandra and Su«an Chappell were Junior bridcH- malds. Richard Terllsnor attended Mr. Fowler as best man, nnd Donald Gibson, George Evuns end Earl Schmidt wore ushers. For her marriage Miss Chappell wore a floor length gown of Imported Chantllly Ince over itatin. The shirred strapless bodice with pleated nylon tulle across the front was topped by a lace jacket fashioned with long tapered sleeves, a square neckline, nnd a Queen Anno collar.' The skirt had an apron effect outlined with pleated and the pleating appeared agalfi around the bottom of the skirt. A crown of orange blossoms • held the bride's veil of Illusion and her only Jewelry was a double strand pearl choker, a gift from Mr. Fowler, She carried a cascade type bouquet of white carnations with an orchid In the center. The junior, bridesmaids were dressed identically In gowns of deep pink fashioned with boat- necklines finished with largo collars and the fitted bodices joined very full skirts. They wore single strands of pearls and white nylon gloves. They carried colonial bouquets of pink and blue carnations, tied with matching streamers. The maid of honor's gown was of light orchid net over satin. The fitted bodice had a square neckline a.nd puffed sleeves. The floor length skirl was full nnd shirred from the waist to hemline forming tiers. She carried yellow carnations tied with orchid ribbons In a cascade effect. The three attendants wore bands of flowers matching their bouquets In their huir. Prior to the ceremony Mrs. D. L. Kevins played a 15-mln- ute program of nuptial music. Mrs. Nevlns served as accompanist for Miss Clarie Blodg- elt. and she played the wedding processional and recessional marches. Miss Blodget sang "At Dawning" and "Wedding Prayer" prior to entrance of the bridal party, and as the bride nnd groom knelt, Miss Biodgclt sang "Oh Perfect One." A reception for wedding guests took place immediately following the ceremony in the church annex. Those who presided at the refreshment table were Mrs. Earl Schmidt, Mrs. Louis Blorn, nnd Miss Ethel Schmidt, The bride and groom will reside in an apartment at 801 - East Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler are June, 1951, graduates of Alton High School. Mr. Fowler is employed by Owens- Illinois Glass Company, ant,! his bride Is employed in the office nf-Young's Dry Goods Company. Mrs. Fowler is n member of Alton Assembly, No. 8, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Guests present at the wedding and reception from out-of- town Included Pfc. Karl Schmidt, Camp Brockim-idm', Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. James BITM- m>n, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Quante, and Mrs. Larry Clark, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs, Harold McGrain and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelleher, Jennings, Mo. Andrwvb-Weliiie.r Wedding In Cherry Strict Church Cherry Street Baptist Chuivh was the sotting at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening of the wedding of Miss JoAnn Webber and Cecil II. Andrews jr. The church pastor, the Rev. W. Freeman Privett, assisted by the Rev. Dale Harmon, pastor of the First .Methodist Church, officiated, using the double ring service. Two pedestal baskets of while gladioli with greenry adorned the church altar and tapers in four seven-branched candelabra lighted the chancel of the church for the ceremony. Additional tapers circled with greenry were in each of the church windows. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Webber, 1717 Central avenue, was given in marriage by her father. Pie- ceding Mr. Webber and hU daughter down the aisle were Miss Jeannie Gren/ebach, a cousin of the bride, maid of honort and Miss Shirley DIetschy and Miss Barbara Robertson, bridesmaids. Immediately before the bride were Sandy Patterson, flower gul, nnd Donnln Pointer, rlng-bfinrftr. Joe nnd John Poole, twins, curried Ihe train of the bridu's gown. Tho bridegroom, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil IF. Andrmvg of 4 (irovpllnp avenue, was attended by Jack Webber, broth- rr of the bride, ns best rnnn. Boyd LnMarsh and Charles Musgrnve wore groomsmen, Lee Jncohson, Lewis Hoover, and Spencer Dunham served ns ushers. An Interlude of organ music was played by Mrs, Alfred Clayton as guests gathered to witness the ceremony, Mrs. Clayton served ns accompanist for the soloist, Bill Reid. Mr. Reid sang "Because" and "With This Ring I Thee Wod" before the ceremony. As the bride nnd groom knelt for a prayer, Mr, Reid sang, from the back of Ihe church, "The Lord's Prayer." The couple knelt on a satin pillow thnt had been used n little over 25 years ago by the bride's parents who were married In the Cherry Stroet Blip! 1st Church by the forrpnr pastor, the late Rev. S. D. McKenney, The brldo/appeared In a gown of off-while slipper satin fashioned with B legendary redln- Kote bodice styled with long tapered sleeves, pointed over her hands, and buttons fastened the bodice In Ihe front. The neckline was finished wii|i a roll collar which ended In a V In Ihe front. The reclingolc ended In a ripple over the hlpllne over a satin skirt extended by crinoline. The very full skirt terminated in a train. A single strand of pearls was the bride's only jewelry and she wore a finger-tip nylon veil held by a heart-shaped hat 'made of net. Under the brim were orange blossoms framing the bride's face. Miss Webber carried a white Bible arranged with while ra- nocucull, lilies of the valley, nnd varlgalcd ivy. The bride's attendants woro varied shade-, of green faille- taffeta. The honor attendant's gown of nlle green was fashioned with a fitted bodice and very full skirt. The neckline was finished wllh a stand-up »bertha collar. Miss Robertson's gown was chartreuse, and Miss Dietschy's, lime green. Their dresses were made alike wllh snug bodices, sweetheart necklines, nnd short puffed sleeves. The,skirls were very full, nnd their costumes were completed by milts ol the same material as the drosses. Each of the young women wore pearl necklaces, gifts of the bride. They carried cascade type bouquets of varied shades of pink carnations. Sandy Patterson, Ihe tiny flower girl, wore a bouffant dress made, like Iho older attendants In pink. She wore u band of pink rosebuds in her hair nnd carried a while satin covered basket filled with p'lnk roses. The small boys who served ns ring-bearer and train-bearers wore white satin shirts with bow ties nnd trousers in black. The ring-bearer carried a satin pillow trimmed with tiny green buds which held the wedding rings. A reception was held at Ihe Young Women's Christian Association. Refreshments were served in the dining room from two tables. The wedding cake was centered on one table encircled with greenry and while blossoms. On either side of the cake were cherub compotes filled with white sweetpcas nnd spring flowers. Presiding at the refreshment table were Miss Darlene Coles and Mrs. Edward Redfield, and assisting were Miss Janis Amberg, Miss Patricia Dunkel, and Misis Joan Goldsby. Miss Marilyn Andrews had charge of the guest book, and Miss Marilyn Brooks and Miss Olivia Carroll were in charge of the gift I able. Mr. Andrews and his bride h;ue left on a wedding trip. After March 'J7 they will be at home, iL'lil Pearl street, in nn apartment prepared, for their occupancy. As the couple left on their trip the bride was wearing a two pieced navy blue dress and her accessories were red. She wore a corsage detached from her bridal bouquet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrews aro employes of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and they are graduates of Alton High School. Mr. Andrews, who graduated in 1931, i> employed in the pattern shop nl Hi.- glass company, and his wife who graduated in 195'J with the January class is employed in the accounting department. Mrs. Andrews is a member ol the Alpha Lambda Xi junior chapter, Beta Gninnm Upsilon sorority. Mr. Andrews is a member of Alton Municipal Hand and Alton Civic Orchestra. Couple Married March IK hi riggott, Ark. Hoy Fowler, son of Mr. and Airs. Otto Fowler, 'J9US Werges avenue, and Miss Veda Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cooper, Sturdivant, Mo., were married in Piggott, Ark., M..rch 18. The couple were accompanied to Piggott by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tickner of Alton, who served as attendants. Mr. and Airs. Fowler who re- turned to Alton Wednesday evening, nre residing at 3423 Gill- hnm nveniif. Mr. Fowler nnd bis bride nre employes of the. Owens-Illinois Gins* Company. Mr. nnd Mm. Jncknon MnrrlRil 2/V Vnnrn Mr. nnd Mrs. Mitchell Jnrk^on of 111 Whltelnw avenue, l-)«st Alton, observed Iheir twnly- flflh wedding nnnivcrxnry Sut- urdny evening by holding op«'n house during which more tlwn 80 persons railed. Spring flowers, gifts of friends, worn used as decorations throughout Ihe hnusc. The rcfrnshrnent tnble was centered with n throe tiered wi ..ding rake flanked by tall while liipcrs in silver holders. Mrs. J. ('. Hlnine wns nt tho punch bowl nnd Mrs. Floyd Hlnine Jr., served the cnkn. Miss Ruth Chamborlnln was in rhnrge of Ihe guest, register. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson nre par- onlx of n son, Claude, n members of tho health service slnff nl University of Illinois. Mrs, Jnckson w;is Ihe former Miss Mnrie Hooker. Gifts of n miscellaneous nature wnro presented to Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnckson. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Floyd Blnine sr., Mrs. Harold Chamberlain, Mrs. William Clnusen nnd Mrs. Joseph Gins- soy. Out-oMown guests included Roy Conn, Portsmouth, O., Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivan Violett nnd two sons of Greenfield, William Clark of Champaign, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Allsworlh of Moro. WoUH-I'rrrotlnt Wedding Snliirdny at CInrllnvllln Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrl T. Dornn nnd Mr. arid Mrs. William Perrottet of Alton attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Mary Lou Porrotlol, nnd Ensign Charles E. Wel/.el nt Zion Lutheran Church, Cnrlinville, Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The bride, who Is well-known In Alton, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Dan Presslcr of Carlinville. She wore n gown of Chantilly Ince, over taffeta, and her veil wns of illusion. William Denby was best mnn. Ensign Wetzel, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. August Wetzel of Cnrlin- ville, was graduated and received his wings at Pensacola, Fin., last Wednesday. After a honeymoon trip Ensign nnd Mrs. Wet/el will go to Corpus Christi, Tex., whore Ihe former will be stationed and where tho couple will reside. Mrs. Welzel is a daughter of Mrs. Rebn Perrottet and the late Truman Perrottet of Carlinville. Mm. Italpli M. Brown Honored nt Tea Mrs. Kenneth ft Jacoby of 2411 Mills avenue was hostess to n ten Saturday, honoring Mrs. Ralph M. Brown who is leaving next week to her home in Tuscola, 111. Fifty guests called between 3 and 5 o'clock. Mrs. W. J. Mindrup nnd Mrs. T. K. llonosey poured nt the ten table, which wns centered with an arrangement of spring blossoms in pastel shades. Mr. and UlrH. Lister Alurk (iiililrii WcddlnK Tho golden anniversary of their marriage was observed Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Melvn A. Lister, nt their homo, I'. 1 GO West Ninth street. The couple entertained with an open house nnd there was 60 who called in Hhe afternoon. Among guests wore Mr. Lister's sister and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ham of Springfield, nnd also from that city were Mi. and Mrs. F. D. Hose, Mrs. Doris Winter, and Miss Mary Beth Kisso. Mrs. Lister's brother and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. llnr- voy CoulUis nnd their son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coultas nnd son, Bobbie, of Nebo, were present, nnd Mrs. Lister's sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Verne Sinson nnd their daughter nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. William Cnrr and children, Cottage Hills attended Ihe celebration. Mrs. Mnynnrd Lister presided tit the refreshment table nnd she wns assisted by Miss Phyllis Myers, Mrs. Robert Coullas, and Mrs. Clark Hnrdin. Mi's. Robert Grant wns in charge of the guest book. The refreshment table was centered with a decorated cake topped with the numerals "50" in gold and on either side were candelabra holding gold colored tapers and gold and white flowers. South American Fi«-»U J'Uiunt'd The Women's Association of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will have a South American Fiesta Tuesday evening at the church. A chili supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock and the motion picture, "Wings to the Word" will be shown. Members of the PrU- tilla Circle will be hostesses. Hltidenf* from A red on "I)e*n'« IJ»r Normal, 111., March 24.— Miss Mnrjorle Myrnn Doman, daughter of Lpwls A. Doman, 70fl Ilonry street; Miss Carolo I./nilsi> Cox, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rny Cox, Route 1, Godfrey; Miss Lethn Virginia Holmnntoler, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Helmnntolor, 550 George street; and Miss I/>ln Marie Chandler, daughfor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnlph Chandler, Route 2, Medorn, nro In- eluded on Ihe Donn's List nt tho Illinois Slate Normal Univor- sity. Names are published each srmostor after grades have boon recorded and students with grndos no lower than H nre included, Mrs. C'lmrlrn Horn fcntprtalns Hundny Mrs. Charles Horn, 2429 Tib- bill street, entertained with a shower Sunday afternoon in nonor of Miss Vera Hondy, prospective bride of Cnspor H, Horn. The couple plan to be mnrried in April. Miscellaneous gifts woro presented to tho brido-lo-be, nnd cards Wore onjoyed during the afternoon. Aftor pri/os had boon nwnrdod to Mrs. Patrick Hendy, Mrs. Gono Jncobson, Miss Ellen Horn, and Miss Hondy, refreshments were served. Mrs. Horn was assisted by her sister, Miss Mildred Howard. Koto. Slgmit fill In MRRl Tuesday Night Zcln XI chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will have n meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening nt Mineral Springs Hotel. Miss Mary Yowcll, a case worker of the Illinois Children's Home & Aid Society, will be a guest speaker aj. the mooting. ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK LEARN TO DANCE You'll Have lots of FUN! 20 FRK IESSONS! tvenone c»o lc»ru to diure now — tbtnki t» Arthur Murray'! new pUn — you cau receive 'JO lestunt of actual ballroom dancing aod iuitruc- lluu tree — you'll be »uu«cd buw quickly you'll learn—tv hurry to ARTHUR MURRAY COW' IN OB CALL NOW! \H\l. 3-6609 12S W. 3RD, ALTON Wooff Honored At Birthday I'nrty Mrs. Clarence Wooff of 719 Hunter's court, entertained with a surprise party Saturday evo- ,ning honoring her husband, Clarence Woo/f, on his twenty- eighth birthday. Guests included former class- males of Mr. Wooff from Alton High School. Games were played nnd dancing enjoyed. Receiving pri/.cs at games were Mrs. Eugene Jacobson, William Drake, Mrs. Drake, and Mrs. William Stcphenson. A decorated birthday cake was included in the refreshments. Mr. Wooff received many anniversary gifts. Ming Emily Crowe Wnds F. ,1. Ford Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crowe of 2111 Holland street are announcing the marriage of their younger daughter, Miss Emily Caroline Crowe, to B'rank James Ford of Edwardsville. The wedding occurred Saturday, March 15, in Pocahontas, Ark., with County Judge Guy Amos officiating. The couple dispensed with attendants. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ford are residing at 1114 McKinley boulevard. Mr. Ford, a surveyor, is employed by Sheppard and Morgan, engineers. His bride, who will graduate in June from Alton High School, is a part-time em- ploye of the S. S. Kresge Company. Kitchen Shower (or Miss Wldemnn Miss Suzanne Wideman, whQse marriage to Lt, Harold Prich- nrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prichord of Glen Eilyn, III.. \vill take place March 29 was honored Sunday afternoon at u party given by Miss Mary Ann Meister, Miss Marilyn Mihill and Miss Lynn Hershcy at the home of Miss Meister, 1916 Main street. "Twenty Questions Pertaining to Wedding" provided entertainment. Packages containing "white elephant" gjfts were presented to the prospective bride, nnd attached to each parcel was a verse which wns rend by the honoree. Later the guests showered Miss Wideman with gifts for use in Ihe kitchen of her new home. The Easter theme was used in Ihe party appointments, and Ihe refreshments table was centered with jonquils encircled with Easier eggs in pastel shades. 1'i-ospt'i-live Brldn Honored Sutunlny Miss Joan Hnnei, prospective bride of Rodley C. Derricott, u;is guest of honor Saturday evening at a party given by Mrs. Forrest Oliver, .'UKM Thomas street. Canasta was played and refreshments served by the hostess. and Miss Hanoi, whose marriage will occur March 1!8, was presented gifts of a miscellaneous nature. Those who received pri/es were Miss Dale Williams, Miss Nicoline Velloff, and Miss Vivian Jennings. Ktiliibovr Meeting This Evening Alton Assembly, No. 8, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will have a slated meeting this evening at 7:15 o'clock, in Franklin Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Urapning, 805 Wood River avenue, Wood River, are announcing the birth of their first child, Dennis Gene", weighing t SI, S7:3oTS: Saturday in Wood River Town- xhip Hospital. Mrs. Ursprung is the former MisEvelyn Borman. Macoupin Tax Rate Is Higher Schools Cause Increase This Year A daughter was bom to Mr. SEC s street, Roxana, for their first child born nt 9:35 p. m. Saturday at Wood River Township Hospital. Deborah weighed seven pounds and eight ounces. Mrs. Smith is the former Mary Lou Grant. and Mrs. Luther Teat, 716 flnd one . half cent on cach valuat ion, being $.276 t:.ti » compa red with $.271 lasl J this total are: county tax, $.0770; tuberculosis, $.0385; county high- born at 11:03 a. m. Sunday Wood River Township Hospital. The principal increase in the city The baby has been named David of Carlinv-'.le is in the school rate Luther, and weighed seven pounds which this year is $1.21 as com- and six ounces. Mrs. Teat is the Pared wit'i $.930 last year, former Miss Joan Grayson. ~" • , r c , Personals Mr. and Mrs. Royal L. Saylor, ,, T , _ . . . ... 112 Illinois avenue, East Alton, V. E. Rexroat returned thli have named their daughter, Re- weekend from a trip that took becca Lynn. The baby, weighing him as far south as Laredo, Tex., six pounds and eight ounces, was and on his return he stopped in born at 6:34 p. m. Sunday in Wood Dallas where he visited with Mr River Township Hospital. Their «nd Mrs. John Hme, formerly ol other child, Ronnie Lee, is 6. Alton - A , „ Miss Joan Springman, 404 Pros- Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Stauffer, P cct stroet > entertained a group 197 Goulding avenue, East Alton, of friends at a slumber party are announcing the birth of a son, Saturday night. The young worn- weighing seven pounds and nine en spent Sunday in St. Louis, ounces, at 10:45 p. m. Sunday in Cpl. Guy F. Hickerson of 1118 Wood River Township Hospital. Logan stre et returned to Alton last Thursday from Germany Announcement has been made where he was stationed for more by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Struharik than three years. -After a 30-day of Chicago of the birth of a daugh- furlough he wi 1 leave for Camp tor, Kathleen Sue, their first child. Breck.nndge, Ky. Cpl. Hicker- The baby was born at 6'45 a. m. R0n . who has five more months MR. AND'MRS CECIL H. ANDREWS JR. were married Satur- Sunclay in Chicago Lying-in Hos- to serve, plans on re-enlisting. He clay evening in Ihe Cherry Street Baptist Church with Ihe pastor, the p jta i_ Mrs _ struharik was before >s the youngest son of William Rf-v W, Freornan Privett, and the Rev. Dale Harmon, pastor of the her marriage, Miss Irma Hall, Hickerson,. sr., and a brother ol First Methodi'.t Church officiating. Mrs. Andrews is Ihe former daughter of Mrs. Hazel Reed of William ^Hickerson, jr., Roy and jo Ann Webber. — Staff photo. Friends Extend Wishes To Mr. and Mrs. IllneM Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Hinos Church Wesleyan Service Guild of the East Alton. Paternal grandoar- Percy Hickerson of Alton, ents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Miss Amelia B. Rmgemann re- George Struharik of Wood River, turned Sunday afternoon from a . vacation stay in southern Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fournie of The Rev. and Mrs. William Web- Wilmore road, St. Louis county, her of Farmington. 111., were of 409 Augusta street, had open First Methodist Church, will meet are - n(s of a son whom tney among guests attending the wed- house Sunday afternoon and with Miss Came Waggoner, 3019 havg named John wil i iam for his ding of Miss JoAnn Webber and evening in observance of their Brown street, at 7:45 o'clock, materna i grandfather, John Wil- Cecil H. Andrews jr., Saturday fiftieth or golden wedding an- Tuesday evening. Miss Waggoner ljam GethjnK of Alton _ T | ie baby night at the Cherry Street Baptist -•- *" niversary, and more than 60 guests called to extend congratulations and best wishes. The Hines home was dee- oratod with many bouquets of gift flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Hines also received many cards and gifts. Mrs. Charles Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hines. and Mrs. Lewis' daughter, Mrs. Eugene Cramer, and Mrs. Mary Stamms presided at the refreshment table which was centered with a cake topped by a golden "50". Former Montlccllo Student to Wed Miss Mary Dobson, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Ralph P. Dobson of Petersburg, 111., a former student of Monticcllo College, will be married on April 19 to Lt. Comdr. Frank M. Slatinshck of Milwaukee, Wis. The wedding^will dake place at St. Peter's Church in Petersburg with the Rev. William O'Sullivan officiating. Miss Dobson is a graduate of Monticello College, and of the University of Illinois where she was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She has been employed as advertising manager for the J. C. Penny Company, Decatur. Comdr. Slatinshek was graduated from the law school and college of business administration of Marquette University, Milwaukee. He was a member of Alpha Chi Beta and Delta Theta Phi. He is on active duty as inspector instructor at the V. S. Naval Reserve Training Center. Decatur. Miss Helen Campbell \Veds in the Knst Miss Helen Campbell of Washington, D. 'C., daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. 11. C. Campbell, and sister of Mrs. Clarence Brown, was married Saturday afternoon to Robert Gois of Now York City. The marriage took place at •I::i0 o'clock in Alexandria, Va., in the Old Presbyterian Meeting House, which was built in 177-1. The Rev. Kenneth Chifer officiated, during the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Armand Fisson of Washington, D. C., served as the couple's attendants. Mrs. Kisson is a graduate of the Juillnrd School of Music, New York City. The bride was dressed in an will be assisted in entertaining by wag born flt fi fl today jn fhe church . The Rev . and Mrs. Web- Miss bltaStarkey. Deaconess Hospital, St. Louis. Mrs. ber are uncle and aunt of the bride. Fournie was before her marriage, Mrs. Minnie Grenzebach has, re- Miss Mary Elizabeth Gething, turned to her home, 902 McKinley daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John boulevard, from St. Anthony's In- Lodges Marguerite Camp, 500, Royal William Gething of Fairview drive, firmary where she was a patient Neighbors of America, will have for three weeks. a covered dish dinner Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs. George Cowan of Dr. George L. Muelfer jr., who 6:30 o'clock, in the Odd Fellows 412 Chamberlain street are parents recently opened a clinic at 185i Hall. of an eight pound son. born Sun- p; as t Broadway, left by plane Sunday at 3:46 p. m. in St. Joseph's day for New York where he will Alton Circle, National Daughters Hospital. take a refreshed- course in the di- of Isabella, will have a social scases of animals. Dr. Mueller meeting Tuesday at 8 o'clock in Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Williams is a field consu itant for Lederte the Loretto Home. of Graf ton are parents of a son, Laboratories. born in Alton Memorial Hospital, Mr and Mrs Dav id F. Crivello Saturday at 11:01 p. m. which of 715 Euclid place retu rned home weighed nine pounds and 12 ounces. ]ast week from a vacat i O n stay at New Orleans, La., and Fort Lau- New Bus Line to Serve East Alton Announcement has been made derdale, Fla., making the trip by vilie, of the birth of a son Sun- GILLESPTE — Roy Heidinger of the Benld-WHsonville Transportation Co., has been notified that the six pounds and 14 ounces, company has been granted a permanent franchise for transportation u u • u J Hospital. The baby weighed . A n ' nc Pound and one ounce son •Mrs. Allen McKee of Godfrey returned, by plane, Sunday from New York where she ,was for 10 days, of her sister, W. Nagle. Mrs. J. A. Eilenberger. regent, Mrs. Leo A. Kleinschnittger, Mrs, 0 and PF r g A e , r ton bCtWCOn '^^ ™<^ Medial' Sifi To B. E. Mrs. Ted Tdkamp, and .h,ast. Alton. /-,,... * Mrs MPI-V 1 p K Dovle Mrs. . . ... . , \ir r pnrl TVTrs T-Tonrv Christian or ivllh . IVILIVIHC i-.. ivu.yii., j»ii^. This route will serve residents A " • ana Mrs - utn 'y «-mi!>uciii 01 of Gillespic. Litchfield, Benld. Ml. Route *' Jerseyville. Clare, Wilsonville, Bunker Hill and East Alton. The company will run ^ Dooling. Mrs. J. and Mrs. Henry three round trips daily. afternoon frock of mauve-pink taffeta for her wedding. Her accessories were in a matching color and she wore a corsage of cybotium orchids. Mrs. Fisson wore a navy blue ensemble and her corsage was of gardenias. u The bride and groom and their attendants had a wedding supper at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington Saturday evening. Mrs. Cifis is a conference reporter employed by the State Department. Washington, D. C. Mr. Gels, who resided in Alton for a number of years and appeared with the Alton Municipal Band in concerts, is a graduate of the Juillarcl School of Music in New York City, and has ap- pe red in operas in Europe as well as concerts in this country. A son, weighing nine pounds and J- Springman 12 ounces, was born Sunday at 3:27 Snyder of Alton Circle, No. 37, Na- a. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital to tional Daughters of Isabella, went Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reker, 109 to Wellston, Mo., Sunday to at- Springer street, Edwardsville. tend the institution of Loretla Cir. cle, Daughters of Isabella. 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