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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fUSSDAY, MARCH 21, i«f Society... Luncheon April 15 At Country Cltib Women of Rock Spring Country Club will open the 1952 son- son with a luncheon and cnrd parly Tuesday, April 15, nl 32:30 o'clock. Officers of the Club's Women's Group are Mrs. D. J'. Knmvlos, Wood River, president; Mrs. C. n. Ditto, vico-prnsldent ; Mrs. Ross K. Armbrtister, secretary, and Mrs. Gordon A. Smith, treasurer. Forming Auxiliary To IInvo Card I'nrly Forming 'Auxiliary, Owens-II» linols Glass Company, will glvo A cord party Thursday at 1 o'clock in Onized Club rooms. Ml** Review Wednesday Miss Kslelle Asckennsy of St. T/iulM will review "The President's Lndy," o book by Irving Stone, at 1:30 o'clock Wrdnes- rlny afternoon at the Yount? Women's Christian Association, The review Is being sponsored by B'nal B'rll.h nnd Temple Israel Auxiliary. A Ion will follow the review and Jewish pastries, mado by women of the temple, will he featured In the refreshments. Mrs, Lewis Gilbert will be in charge of tickets, Mrs. Sidney A rut Is president of the auxiliary. Miss Francfid Copo Wed Sunday Night Miss Frances Ann Copo bo- came the bride of Seaman Robert Loo Burch Sunday evening In a double ring ceremony that took place at 7:30 o'clock In the Fieldon Evangelical & Reformed Church. The Rev. Leonard Todd officiated nt the wedding. The brldo, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Copo of Godfrey, was given in marriage by her father. Prior to tho ceremony Mrs. Victor Clcndcnny played nuptial music and she served os accompanist for her daughter, Miss Barbara Clendonny, who sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Clendenny- Is an aunt of the bridegroom, and Barbara, » his cousin. Attendants for tho bride were her sister, Miss Delia Cope, the bridegroom's sister, Miss Alice Burch, and iMsa May Dunham as maids of honor, and Mrs. Richard Reno was matron of hondr. Six-year-old sister of tho bride, Linda Cope, was flower girl. Miss Burch and Miss Delia Cope also lighted the candles In the church chancel before the entrance of tho rest of tho wedding party. x Richard Reno attended , SN Burch as best man. Eugene Cope, a brother of the bride, Earl Gcno Hazelwonder, and William Ivestcr, served as ushers. Miss Cope wore a white, satin bridal gown designed with a snugly fitted bodice and a full skirt wh!6h foil in soft folds to touch the floor. Tho top of tho gown including a yoke and long fitted sleeves were of nylon tulle. A tiny cap held the bride's finger tip veil of illusion and two rhlnestone pins secured tho cap to the bride's head. Sho carried a bouquet formed of pink roses and pink and white carnations tied with showers of whjte ribbons. Miss Burch and Miss Dunham wore bouffant pink not-formals. Miss Cope was in lavender taffeta, and they wore white carnation corsages tied with whito ribbons. Mrs. Reno's gown was aqua taffeta and she wore matching gloves and headband of flowers. The gown was worn over hoops and she carried a bouquet of red carnations. Small Linda Cope's dress was of yellow taffeta trimmed with white net ruffles, arid she wore a tiny corsage of red carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burch of Fieldon entertained following the wedding Sunday evening with a reception in honor of their son and Ills bride. In tho dining room of the Burch home the three tiered wedding cake was placed on a decorated refreshment table. Small bridal figures of a bride and groom, r topped the cake. Later Sunday SN Burch and his bride left on a wedding trip. They will return Wednesday to give Seaman Burch some time with his parents before lie leaves to return to Getmo Bay, Cuba, where he is stationed with the U. S. Navy. For traveling the bride changed into a powder blue suit and her hat, shoes, gloves, and purse were black. Mrs. Burch will reside with her parents until SN Burch is stationed in the United States, She is employed at St. Joseph's Hospital and attended Alton High School. SN Burch is a graduate of Jersey Township High School. Jeanne Ilinderlmn Guest ol Honor Mrs. Wesley F. Hinderhan of 1016 Elliot avenue- entertained Saturday, from 2 to 5 o'clock, honoring her granddaughter, Jeanne Hinderhan. The occasion was Jeanne's sixth birthday, and the guests were Bobby Hovey, Cindy Kasten, Lois Pine, Ronnie Biermann, Donna Biermann and Dennis Green, classmates of the honoree, who attends Milton Heights kindergarten. The circus motif predominated in the party appointments, and drums filled with M and M candy were favors. The table was decorated with a birthday cake decorated in the circus theme, and candles were in animal holders. Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Hinderhan, 3302 Oakwood avenue, received many anniversary gifts. During the latter part of the afternoon Mrs. Hinderhan serv«4 lunch, assisted by Jean- ne'f mother and auat, Mrs. Donald L. Temple. MISS BREVFOOMfl Cadet Shortnl to Crown Cherry ueen WASHINGTON, Mnrch 25, /P— Aviation Cadet Pnul E. Shortal jr., of Alton, III., will cacort Washington's, cherry blossom queen next, month, festival officials announced today. Shorlnl nlso will spin the wherl v/hirh will solrct the queen April <t from among the 52 princesses representing the H»B(I»« nnd ferri- torir.s. The festival will he staged In Washington April 2-fi. Shortal, stationed at Reese, Air Force Base, Lubbook, Tex., was rhoson by lot last night over two other cadets, who nlso will attend the festival officially. They are Joseph Howard Daniel of Evnn- ston, HI., stationed at Ellington AFB, Houston; nnd Paul B. Root jr., of Krle, Pa., from Craig AFB, Selm/i, Aln. The three were picked by the festival committee from a list of eight, cadets nominated by their tommnndlnK officers from the nation's eight cndet training bnseo. Cadet Shortal Is the older son .of Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. ShorfiU of Falrmount, and the fiance of Miss Beverly Ann Furgason of 708 Main street. The wedding of Cadet Shortal nnd Miss Furgason is planned for May 17 and will lake place In si. , •'•) Church. Lesion Post 126 Marks 33rd Year Past Presidents Parley Hostess to Party Births Announcement is being mode or I ho' engagement of Miss Kvclyn Broyfoglc, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard M. Broy- fogle, 1018 Washington avenue, to Wendell Carrier, son of Mrs. Frances Carrier, 431 Yates avenue, Springfield, 111., and Milton Carrier, South Ninth street, 'Springfield. The couple plan an August wedding. Miss Breyfogle Is n graduate of Alton High School and Is a sophomore at MacMurrny College for Women, Jacksonville. She will resume her studies April 1 after a spring vacation. Mr. Carrier graduated Trom Springfield High School and is a senior at Ulinc/is College, Jacksonville. MoXiraw Infant Christened Sunday Kathleen Marie, daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. George McGraw, 919V4 Pearl street, was christened at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon in St. Mary's Church by the Hcv. Waller Deppisch. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jun, maternal grandparents of the bnby, served as sponsors. Later Sunday afternoon Mr, and Mrs. Jun entertained with n dinner. Mrs. McGraw is Mr. and Mrs. Jun's daughter, the former Miss Marjorie Jun. Kathleen Marie, first child oC Mr. and Mrs. McGraw, was born on March 10. • FosterburK Couplo to Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Sauerwein of Fosterburg will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday, March HO, from 2 to 5 o'clock, at the homo of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Blerbaum, in Foslerburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sauerwoin wore married April !), 1902, at (lie bride's home before the Rev. John F. Moery, pastor of the Zion Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Saucrwein is the former Miss Dora Nlebrugge. Mr. and Mrs. Sauerwein are parents of a daughter, Mrs. Bierbaum, and of a son, Fred Sauerwein. They have a grandson, (ilenn Biorhaum, Ben Sauerwein, brother of Mr. Sauerwein, and Mrs. Ben Sauerwein, sister of Mrs. William Sauerwein, were attendants at tho Sauorwcin-Niebruggo wedding, and will be present at the golden wedding observance, Letter Currier* Auxiliary to Moot Auxiliary to the Alton Branch, National Association of Letter Carriers, will meet at 7:!iO o'clock tonight at the homo nt Mrs. ,1. K. Newell, 1901 Worden avenue. A.Al'W Study t'irtiun To iMot-t Wednesday Interior decoration study group of the American Association of University Women svill meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Lucille Norton, 1536 State street, George Jutlemeyer will be guest speaker. Mrs. Da'i Houser is leader of the study group. !\lr. and Mrs, Kuslngpr burpd&ml on Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Oral Kasinger of Alby street road, were married March 26. 191!7 at the home of the Rev. Brooks, in Paris, 111., and Saturday afternoon the couple was honored at a surprise party marking their twenty-fifth or silver wedding anniversary at their home. The party was planned by their daughters. A refreshment table was centered with a silver decorated three tiered cake topped by the numerals "25" in silver. . On either side of the cake were white tapers in silver holders. Mr. and Mrs. Kasinger received many anniversary gifts including a set of silver from by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ott of 833 Center street, PJast Alton, of tho birth of a son. The baby was born at 8:47 p. m. Monday In St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing six pounds and 12 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Barnes of 3800 Coronado drive arc parents of a daughter, weighing eight, pounds and 12 ounces. The baby was born at 9:0!) p. m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital. A daughter, weighing eight pounds and one ounce, was born at 2:14 p. m, Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cloyd of Route 1, East Alton. A daughter, Judith Ann, weighing five pounds and 15 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, 817 Old St. Louis road, Wood River, Tuesday at; 1:02 a. m. In Wood River Township Hospital. Other children of Mr. and Mrs. Miller are William, 4, and Larry Joe, 16 months. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Muenslor- man, Route 2, Alton, have chosen the name, On/alee, for their daughter, born Tuesday at 5:33 a. m. In Wood River Township Hospital, and weighing seven pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Muenstermann have another child, Donald Edward, 6. The thirty-third anniversary of Alton J?d8t 126, American Legion, wa« observed with a party Monday evening at the Legion Home, Sixth and George streets, at which Past Presidents Parley members were hostesses. Fourteen past commanders and 17 past presidents of the Legion and Its auxiliary were present, A large birthday cake, ornamented with 33 candles, centered the refreshment table, and blue and yellow, the post colors, were used In the table appointments. Past post commanders attending included Dr. Mather Pfeiffenberger, Mayor Earl Llnkogle, Robert Streeper, Joseph Mohr, Merman Bockstruck, Pdul Armstrong, L. M. Cummings, John Dick, Phil Kaeser. Fred Reed, Carl E. Kuhn. Al Sprlnggate, Roy Stalp, and Donald Applegate. Past presidents present were Mrs. Julia Beanblossom, Mrs. Moollie Walton, Mrs. Mollie Lamm. Mrs. Lena Mitchell, Mrs. -Warren Lodge, Mrs. Harry Mahoney, Mrs. MR. AND MRS. ROY FOWLER were married March 18 in Fred Tickner, Miss Fannie Ull- Piggott, Ark. Mrs. Fowier is the former Miss Veda Cooper—Wise- ricn - Mrs - L - M - Cummings, Mrs. man photo Paul Herren, Mrs - C. H. Sander! '—,— • son, Mrs, Merle Staples, Mrs. Fred Hite, Mrs. Charles Horn, Mrs. Irv- (rrOlin PreSPntS PerSOnatS in * Stratum, Mr^ Jack Larkin, VHUUp l iV/StlllO anct Mrs George Cox. Mrs. M. A. Reasoncr of 410 MrSi Bessle Ca]ame is the pros- street, who has been ent head of the aux in ary a nd Don spending the winter near her Applc g ate is C0 mmander of the Announcement has been made P'inpl TYicr'llCcinn Prospect r Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ott of * «U1C1 1/101,11931111.1 Kn pnrlint» daughter, Mrs. Curtis Herrlck, at posK During the evening each past . r • -i « i • Arlington, Va., is temporarily dis- JnteriiatlOlial lie la tlollS abled by an injury to one of her Topic at AAUW Meeting "L 1718 caused by a fall l ast Frid& y- sponded'to'roli"caTl'by'"giving brief 1 ° & h f, was walking on the street at resumes of the years during wh | c h Arlington, when she slipped on a tney serve( j ' International Relations Study muddy coating on the pavement Tne rol , ' call was parted by Group presented a program last "nd falling sustained the injury commanderSi an d presidents, night before a meeting of Alton lo hor arm - Hor brother, George whose lorm of office da)cd back branch of the American Associa- ?' ^ llnor ' dld not bel 'T tnat . lhe the farthest and they in turn in- tlon of University Women at the |pacture ' woutld P™ vc ° f a senous traduced the commander and pres- home of Dr and Mrs E K Du- "'" 1llrc . a « llct « ltendin K surgeon ident who succee ded them, norni. ui ur. ana ivirs. c,. is.. JJU- nnd snld lnat jt wou \d no t be nee- Mpmhor* nf thp narlpv nre- Vivler, 810 Grove street. 'essary to place the broken bone BC S!a gift to *** auxiliary Miss Mary Towle, from The in a cast. She would be able, the Miss jr ann i e Ullrich, president Principia College, Elsah, was mod- doctor said, to have her arm placed of tne parley, W as to'astmistress erator of the panel, and members in a sling within a few weeks. and jyj rg (-. j.j Sanderson, Mrs. were Miss Clara Blackard, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Simpson qf jvfyrle Staples and Mrs.' Lena R. E. Hopkins, Miss Lauretta Paul, Oak Park, 111., spent the week- Mitchell were members of a com- Mlss Irene Degenhardt, Dr. R. E. C nd with relatives in Alton. mittee on arrangements for the Hopkins, Joseph Schroeder, and Mr and Mrs Q j Knapp and party . Miss Grace Reocl. Jonn Morgan will rc t urn to Alton Joseph Lamm, a past command- Thc study group with Miss Towle the last of the week from Fort er of Wood River Legion post, was as leader, meets once monthly Laudcrdalc, Fla., where they spent a guest. with membership open to AAUW s ix weeks • members, and their husbands. Rlchard F _ Vanc|1( junior at CL llpf l p ff M 11<B ,V • Mrs. Paul Pierce, program Northwestern University, Evan- ^HUI llCll 1T1U&1L chairman, presented the panel stO n, j s spending a spring vaca- moderator who in turn introduced tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the speakers. Miss Blackard spoke Clyde C. Campbell, 704 Euclid MR. AND MRS. ROBERT R. FOWLER are pictured in the chancel of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church following their marriage Saturday evening. The Rev. Francis Henderson officiated at the wedding. Mrs. Fowler is the former Miss Ruth Louise Chappell.— Staff photo. Pick Practical Fibers . on the problems of Germany re- p] ace . lating to Western Europe, "Is it Gail O' Students in Operas To Sing at Unity Alton and Jerseyville unils of (lie Barbershoppers will sing at a four- county Democratic rally at Car- llnvillc, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. Tho featured speaker at the rally will bo Gov. Stevenson, their . children who are Mrs. Edward (Betty) Scott of Fiel- rion, Mrs. Jack (Beverly) Phillips, Chicago, Mrs. Lyle (Patricia) Laslie, Alton, and Nancy, Sharon, John, and Glen, at home. Mrs. Kasinger is the former Miss Louise Minnick of Paris. Her parents are Mrs. John Bishop find lite late Henry Minnick. Mr. Kasslnger is the son • of I lie late Mr. and Mrs. Olin Kasinger of Alton. Guests included the following from out-of-town, Mrs. Bishop, mother of Kasinger, and Verne Minnick, Paris; Mrs. Irene Balrd and Wayne Baird, In- dlanola; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Soott and daughter, Fieldon; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Walker and daughter, Elsah. Infant CliristoiiHl Sunday at St. Mary'* Kevin Brian Waide, four weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Miko J. Waide, 719 East Seventh street, was christened Sunday by the Rev. Waller Deppisch in St. Mary's Church. The babe's undo, Paul Waide, and aunt, Miss Shirley Waide, were sponsors. Iliinkins-Kinmons Wedding Mado Known Announcement is being made of the marriage of James Ha.i- kin.s, son ot Mr. and Mrs. William Ilankins, Forest Homes, Bolhalto, and Miss Betty Juno Kmmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kmmons of College Crest. Tho wedding took place in Carrollton, with the Rev. T. Meiers officiating. Thursday, March 20, at 2 o'clock, and Herman Speckhard of Carrollton and the bridegroom's mother witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ilankins will reside on a farm near Currolllon. .... . _, - .. _ „„ .'Neill, Penny Ruhe and Shurtleff College Conservatory Wise to Rearm the Germans? Cnrol Jo Wa [ t ers, piano pupils of of Music will present two operas. Mrs. Hopkins discussed the re- Miss Daphne Gillespie, appeared "Down in the Valley," by Kurt armament plan and its effects on on a program at the Leo C. Mil- Weill, and "Bastien and Bas- Western Europe. Miss Paul told ler studio. St. Louis, Sunday. tienne," by Mozart, Monday and of the dangers of communism and Mrs. Anna Biesemeyer, widow of Tuesday nights, March 31 and its hold on Indonesia, and com- Louis H. Biesemeyer, who left Al- April 1, at 8 o'clock, in Alton High pared the situation there 1o the ton two weoks ago to visit rela- School 'auditorium, problems thai have boon worked tivos in Arizona, became ill with Taking the leading roles in the out \\oll in the Philippines. Miss pneumonia upon hor arrival at Mozart opera are Phyllis Farrell, Degenhardt discussed "What the home of'her son and daugh- Godfrey, sophomore, and James Should Our Ffir East Policy Be?" ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kessinger, Hillsboro, senior. Neil pointing out that changes of pol- C. Biosemeyer, 1002 North Rose- ciaussen, Bethalto, freshmani com- iry are advisable. mont avenue, Tucson. Mrs. Biese- pietes the cast. Dr. Hopkins and Mr. Schroeder meyer resided at 1114 McKinley ' The leads in "Down in the Val- dcbated the pros and cons' of uni- boulevard prior to leaving for the ] e y," based on the American folk vorsal military training in the west. song, W JH b e taken by Kenneth United States and its effects on Mr. and Mrs. Jack King and chil- Wikowsky, senior, Alton, and our couutry as well as the rest dren, Pamela and Michael, of Norma Chapman, freshman of St. of the world. Chattanooga, Tenn., are guests of Louis. Other parts include Rolph Miss Reed distributed a quiz to Mr - Kin E's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grissom. Guy Lahr, both of Al- AUW members and guests con- F - H - Kin S of 112 ° McKinley boule- ton; Albert Buckner, Fredrick- vard. town, Mo.; David Wiseman, Alton; Miss Lois Jeanne Gittlen, daugh- Roy Schmitt, Troy; Merl Metzger, ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gittlen Wood River; Howard Purcell, Sa- tho Am-il of G:!1 Lan Bdon street, has returned ] e m; Evelyn Clayton, Winchester, meeting of the branch will bo held to ° hi ° State Unlvcrslt V afler and Evelyn Broyles, Alton, in:"ho g Boa!staffii «nS f fita ^"J' n ? '{| rin « Vacatlon wit " Members of the chorus . and Dorothv Maxfield and tho educa- fn ,° ds ln Alton - dancers include Joan Jenkins, Au- 2n In^ttee will be in chaise H'H "* t **' Ralphf J^ 1 ** **? Par ^ Mid * e Thomasson , ., , . . .. . and daughter, Joyce, of Ramona Irsvirt Ballard, Lynn Meeden, David It was decided to again this year place, Godfrey, have returned from Wiseman,* Pat Baity, Mary Bell give a scholarship to a local girl a three weeks' vacation spent at Lane, and Robert Bower, all of to aid in college tuition. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Alton; Joan Kramer, Jerseyville; A report from the nominating Mr. and Mrs. Vernor Stahlhut Wilma Linton, Sterling; Helen Un- committee was given by Mrs. W. of Edwardsville are parents of a run, Highland; Dean Dixon, St. A. Roglis. Election of officers will son, David Harold, born last week Louis; Charles .Doerg, Whiting, be hold at the April meeting. in St. Joseph's Hospital, High- Ind., and Peter Tiannos, Athens, Guests at tho mooting included land. Mrs. Stahlhut, the former Greece, Mrs. J. F. Schlafly, Mrs. Betty Miss Elizabeth Miller, is the Tickets for the performances Juno Hall, Mrs. John Bamo, and daughter of Mrs. Velma Miller of may be obtained from members Mrs. Tom Shift. 3118 Brown street. of the cast or by calling the col- Tho branch newspaper was dis- Mrs - William Aldingcr and lege office. tributed by Mrs. Howard Denklor, daughter, Mary Kathryn, are . and included a listing of occupa- 'caving this week for West Palm lions of the members. Eighty-eight Beach, Fla., where they have were listed with 40 stating ca- Purchased a home at 401 Twenty- reers and 48 just homomakers. e 'R hth strpet - Mrs. Aldinger and AAUW members and guests corning the discussion. During a business session with presiding, NH:WYORK, <NEA) —The fashions that can, through 1952, go into a traveler's luggage and come out looking crisp and fresh are likely to be in one of tha new and highly practical man-made fibers. The fashion possibilities inherent in these fibers are tremendous. It means something for everyone: coats in lightweight fleece and herringbone, duvetyn and satin negligees, pleated winter-weight jerseys, functional shantung suits and dresses, bridal satins with a gleaming lustre. , Among the newest of the manmade fibers is orlon. Its makers claim that in addition to adapting itself to fashion, it has maximum warmth combined with light weight, 'wrinkle resistance and easy wnshabillty. The convenience of these characteristics to the traveler, to the paycheck girl, to any woman on a limited budget, is obvious. Daytime dress (left) is designeri by Herbert Sondheim in an all- orlon pongee. It has the appearance of a fine silk pongee and is, its makers claim, both washable anri wrinkle-resistant. A simple but elegant shirtwaist dress, it has natural shoulders, cuffed, bracelet- length sleeves and a tailored collar. Skirt is narrow. Sports separates (right) are In basket weave orlon-and-wool. This is a wooly-type fabric that is washable and crush •. resistant. Skirt pleats are permanent, and remain sharp through laundering and packing. p { MaSOllS at Blinker Hill 1 OllUCK . BUNKER HILL — Seventy-five Twelve of the 40 combine a ca- npl> daughter spent some time in persons attended the potluck supper root- with homemnking Wcst Pnlm R <-'ach earlier in tho a t the Masonic Hall Saturday eve- Rofroshmonls wore sorvod from ar ' ancl have tlecided to move ntng which was given by the Or- there. dor of the Eastern Star for master Miss Frieda Netzhammer of 1421 Masons and their families. Mr. and an attractively appointed table with Mrs. Hershey and Mrs. Anton _ , , , , , , . „, , . ,.. ,„ , Jurc/iz prcsidlns. Mrs. Philip ^ >nrl slre , ct - h f returned from Mrs. Herman Wustenfeld , Wood Jones was chairman of the host- ")' cn ?° "' h !™ £ ho , wns a Buest of Ri , vcr - showed P lutu ,, ro R they had oss committee which included Miss Miss \Villa M. Rodgers. taken on a tour of the Un.tod Lucille Norton, Miss Grace Rood, ~ ~ :—] States. ^liss Marv Fllen Woodmansee Ketiirn From Pearl Harbor l.cntpn Suppers and Services Mrs. A. W. Rue, Miss Julia Fosl WOOD U1VER " Yooman and ""NKKR HlLL-The Congrcga tor, Miss Ellen Maohin, Mrs. H. .lien, Mrs. C Ray Luken. Mrs. R. A. Glover '-ave arrived in tion Church will have a potluck 1 Allen Mrs C «? f -hnpni» nnrt San Francisco, Calif., for an indefi- supper at 6:30 Wednesday evening,' "••s Rav Liikpn ' nite leave in the United States. after which the picture, "Second J Glover has been stationed with Chance" will be shown. An offering ~~,j I AT 11le mvy Ht Pearl Harbor for the will he taken. The Rev. Homer dlUrCll WOteS P ast three years. He is the son of Young, pastor of the Methodist r • ,-* , T,,iu«,. n ., ni,, u . -11 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glover, 963 Church, will be the speaker at Len- Ic! "Ston U '^"es C Wednesday ^'f^^ ton services Wednesday at the Marriage Saturday Mrs. Mildred Letter and Virgil Whcaton of Minneapolis, Minn., were married Saturday noon in Piggott, Ark. The couple are residing at 231il Brandt street. Mr. Wheaton is employed by the Illinois Fire Inspection Bureau. The bride is a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lefler, 2623 Sidney street. Beta Guiuiutt Upsllou ( htipUTM to 3|eet Lambda Alpha Xi senior and junior chapters of Beta Gamma Upsilon sororily will have a combined special meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at Mineral Springs Hotel. T hold evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev, I Paul Juergensen will preach the j sermon. | Mid-woek lonton services will he hold in the Twelfth Street Pros- \ byterian Church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Paul Krebs will speak on: "The Anchor in Reality," St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Wood River will hold lenten services Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'cloc?. Rev. Norman L. Wolff will speak of the topic: "The Weeping Sinner." ' Mid-week lenten services will be held at the Evangelical and Reformed Church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Dr. Allen Miller of Edein Seminary will preach the sermon. j Methodist Church. The supper at 6:30 will be served by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. BUNKER HILL—Mr. and Mrs. Ross Welch entertained at their home Sunday with a potluck dinner celebrating the tenth birthday of their daughter, Karen. The birthdays of Mrs. Olive Wood, Becky Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch, Belleville, and Jimmy Brueggeman, were also observed. Those attending beside the guests of honor were Miss Laura Welch, Miss Stella Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and daughters, Belleville; Allen Welch and daughter, Rosewood Heights; Mr. and Mrs. James C. Welch, and Mrs. Harold Brueggeman. Dr. George Samuels Named League Head Dr. George L. Samuels returned to the presidency of the Negro Business League Monday night. He immediately succeeded John Rowe, but Dr. Samuels had previously served several years in the office. Tilmon Wilson was re-elected vico-president; J. L. Cannon, secretary; and Andrew Jackson was named treasurer to succeed Dr. M. I. Davis. John S. Boiling was named sergeant-at-arms. League adopted as its year's program objective: "To make the community a better place in which to live so that all may receive indirect benefits from our efforts." STORK'S CLiANfRSwfURRIiRS ——#««(«•/ 0* (VW.g s WASHINGTON AYE.. ALTON. III. Phon, 3-5566 LOGAN'S MORNING Grade A Hgnio^eniied C\ -\ Vitamin D Milk /I •4 of fnufe 4 u J Mi ejth Jclivciy Vv-Gallon Cottage Cheese . . . . ' 1 f fcACH ,) U il I I t K it r ( lit VM LOGAN'S MORNING STAR DAIRY

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