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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAV Society... MM. Reed »o Wed Fred ftpttmtff Today Mrs. Roxie Reed of Bclhalto will be married this evening a,t 6 o'clock to Fred Schuster of Wood River, a retired Standard Oil Co. employe. The wedding will take place in St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Wood River, with the Rev. Henry Wichman, pastor, officiating. Afterward a reception for members of the immediate families will be hold at the home of the bride in Bethalto. Mrs. Reed will be-married in a navy blue dress with which she will wear white accessories and a red rose corsage. Her attendant, Mrs. Ilattie Price of Bethalto, will wear a frock of powder blue and her flowers will be pink roses. Mr. Schuster will have George Homrn of Wood River for his best man. Among the guests will be Mrs. Reed's son, Pvt. Dennis Lloyd Reed, who flew from Baltimore, Md., yesterday to be present for wedding. MISS ALEXANDER Mr. and Mrs. Loran B. Alexander of 1005 East Lafayette avenue, Jacksonville, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn June Alexander, to Charles Henry Lackman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lackman, 616 South Prairie street, Jcrseyville. The date for the wedding has been set for August 16. Miss Alexander is a graduate of the Jacksonville High School, class of 1949. For the past three years she has been employed as secretary for the Livingstone Adjustment Service, Decatur. Mr. Lackman attended the Jersey Township High School. He served in the army until recently when he was separated from active duty, and at present is a member of the army reserve. Upon his release he returned to his former employment; at the International Shoe Company, Jerseyville. D. of I. Past Regents' Dinner-Meeting Past Regents' Club, Alton Circle, National Daughters of Isabelle, svill have a dinner-meeting Tuesday at Mineral Springs Hotel. Mrs. C. J. Acker will be hostess. Johnston-Clark Wedding Invitations Issued Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Charles L. Johnston and Miss Suzanne Clark, daughter of Mrs. Helen Clark of 1836 Park avenue. The wedding will take place Saturday evening, June 1-1, at 7:30 o'clock in the Upper Alton Baptist Church. The Rev. LaRue Jensen will officiate, and will be assisted by the Rev. Everett E. Clark of Alton, brother of the bride. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Johnson of Bentonia, Miss. Daughters of Isabella Social Meeting Alton Circle, No. 37. National Daughters of Isabella, had a social meeting Tuesday night, and rob - your - neighbor u as played. Punch was served towards the close of the evening. Mrs. Anna Harris was awarded an attenadnce prize. Hostesses were Mrs. Ben.j. Staten, Mrs. J. L. Weirich. Mrs. Berkeley York, Mrs. Henry Snyder, Mrs. Henry Maus, Mrs. Vernis McCoy, Mrs. E. C. Norton, Mrs. Albert M. Schwegel, Mrs. Nettie Hannahan and Mrs. Alma Keeney. Breeze-In Club Meets With Mrs. M. Dillon Members of the Breeze-In Club were entertained Wednesday by Mrs. M. Dillon of Alby street. Mrs. E. Roderfeld. Mrs. Dillon, Mrs. J. Laird. Mrs. C. Ware. Mrs. William Gibbons and Mrs. H. Hasten were awarded prizes. Mrs. Roderfeld. residing on East Fourth street, will have the club with her in two weeks. 8/Sgt. Fohlinan, Fiancee Honored at Pinner Mr. and Mrs, Leo Pohlman (if Weber place, Godfrey, entertained with a dinner last nitrht following the wedding rehearsal of their son, S/Sgt. Leo Pohlman and, his fiancee, Miss Clara Guests were mem- the bridal party, poupie will be married at e'pkwk Friday morning, Pay in St. Mary's Church. Mspr. J. J. Brune wili oifleitt* it the wedding, ' ' i Society Officers Elected Wednesday Women's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday night in the annex of Grace Methodist Church, and officers for the coming years were elected. Mrs. Ned Bngley is president; Mrs. Samuel Nickel), vice president; Mrs. Dean Cooper, recording secretary: Mrs. Fred Weber, treasurer; Mrs. Mar.jorie Dintlrmnn, secretary of missionary education; Mrs. Mary Pivoda, secretary of spiritual life; Mrs. Phillip Graul. secretary of literature and publications: Mrs. Emma Mcisen- heimer, secretary of supply work: Mrs. William Forrester, secretary of youth work; Miss Errah Martin, secretary of children's work; and Mrs. Robert Graul. secretary of status of women. On Wednesday morning. June 11, women will bring cookies to the church to be sent to Scott Air Base. Foerg-Bnity Behenrsal Dinner Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F, Baity, 1817 Evergreen avenue, entertained with a buffet supper Wednesday evening at their home in honor of their daughter, Miss Patricia Baity and her fiance, Charles W. Foerg. The supper was served following the rehearsal of the couple's wedding, and members of the bridal party and members of their families were present. Miss Baity and Mr. Foerg will be married at 7 o'clock Saturday evening in St. Matthew's Church, and the wedding will be followed by a reception at the Westerner Club. Mrs. Leo Qulgley Hostess to Club Mrs.- Leo Quifiley of East Fifth street, was hostess to the Nameless Club last night, and after bunco was played for two hours, refreshments were served. Those receiving prizes were Mrs. Rosalee Dobbs, Mrs. Margaret. Sinclair. Mrs. Albert Halbert, Mrs. Gilbert Smith, and Mrs. Paul Carpenter. Mrs. Sinclair will entertain the club in two weeks at her home, 1206 Highland avenue. Tarty Tonight for Ninth (irade Students Members of the graduating class of West Junior High School will be guests at a farewell party tonight. Parents of the graduates are invited to attend. Lucky Club Meeting At Fostcrbiirg Mrs. Delbert Meyer of Fosterburg entertained the Lucky Club at her home Wednesday. Luncheon was served, and during the afternoon the women played bunco. Mrs. W. E. Rawlinson. Miss Nellie Ingram and Miss Mary Ann Miller were awarded prizes. Mrs. W. E. Rawlinson, residing on Brookside avenue, will have the club with her in two weeks. Washington Brownies Entertain Parents Brownies of Troop 96 gave a dinner Wednesday night at Washington school, and had their parents as guests. After dinner a program, including a play, songs and dances, was presented. Mrs. Marjorio McCurdy, leader, has been assisted during the year by Miss Barbara Lee Thompson. Mrs. McCurdy received a gift from the Brownies. Uord-Bartlcy Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albert Bart ley of Corpus Christi, Tex., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Ann. to Gerald Bruce Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Horn of East Alton, who lived in Bunker Hill until a month ago. The wedding will take place June 22. Mr. Hord is serving in the Naval Air Corps and is stationed at 1he air base at Corpus Christ i. He graduated from Bunker Hill High School in 191)0. Airs. Hord ptnns to attend the wedding. Miss Audrey Tegtmeler Guest of Honor Miss Audrey Tegtmeior of 522 South Central avenue, Roxana, third grade teacher at Burbank school, was honored Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles E. Dey in Rosewood Heights, at a pre-nuptial shower. Hostesses were Mrs. Dey, Mrs. Lester Jenkins. Mrs. liar- rell Dimviddie, Mrs. Dean Shinernann and Mrs. Florence Markus. Miss Teglnu'ier. whose engagement was recently announced to Pvt. Richard E. Krummerich of 222 Voss place, Belleville, now at Camp Custer, Mich., found her gifts on the dining table which was decorated with white flowers and candles. After the gifts were opened, party games were played and prizes awarded. Guests were Miss Evadna Ben/, Mrs. Buelah Treloggen, Miss Frances Reed, Miss Calvene Inwood, Miss Nada Kauzlarich. Miss June Kauzlarich, Miss Ruth Peecher. Miss Virginia Childress, Mrs. Robert Harvick. Mrs. Ralph Rader, Mrs. Latham Harris, Miss Lucille Dimleman of Roxana and Wood Riser, Mrs. Walter Tegt- BETA GAMMA UPSILON, JUNIOR CHAPTER, installation May 25 at Selhime's. Seated, Mary i Gor.',M.ng jamcc Ambcrg, jean Col^by, Joan Lfonard, Ann Crane and Pat Dunkel, and standing, iky Dict:.chy, M 0 ril,n Brooks and j^n Ar/'i Wo nod. Personal Notes ' Persistent People Despite Previous Hindrances Pupils Plan Outdoor Concert Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry A. Wuellner arrived home last evening from Tacoma. Wash., where they visited the family of their son, Roy, and had their first visit with a new grandchild there, the eighth grandson. Mr. Wuellner name home to start reading a stack of newspapers which had accumulated in his two weeks absence. according to the SIU placements The High School Band's going to ... service. Miss Williamson, daugh- try it again. nis uvo WCCKS HD.-suin-i.-. Newspa- ter of Sam Williamson, lll'.i North j.' or c j K ht years. Director Guy cording pers were hard to got there, as no Park avenue, is a candidate for her Duker said today, he's been plan- papers had been published in Ta- degree in June. At Southern she ning to play an open air concert on Kirby Siebt coma for a month, due to a strike was active in Kappa Delta Pi and u le east campus, between the of printers. On their way back pj Lambda, honorary education school home they visited two sons, Roy organizations, and in Alpha Kap- street. and Guy, attending college in Chi- pa Delta, sociology group. Something always came up to cago. They had timed their ar- Mjss p c ggy Wardein will arrive hj nder . rival in Alton so they could dc- nomc tonight, to spend the summer part today for Lexington, Ky., vaca |j on w ith her parents, Mr. and there to attend the graduation of Mrs< v j osop h Wardein, 1212 Lo- their son, James A., who will Kan S | rco |. Miss Wardein, stu- receivo the degree of doctor of flont at Fontbonne College, St. YOUNG WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS WERE INSTALLED at a at the Young Women's Christian Association, which al'O n wiled Hi Seated, from left, Mrs. Joseph Campagna, president; Mr M L. ^rutr installing officer; Mrs Edward Rhodes, vice prr?.,,oait: slenuics. (roTi cording secretary; Mr-;, Herb iV'.lkr, ccrresrc'xi Mrs. j m I'liiott, membership chairman, and Mrs social chdirnvjn.—Statf phcto. ng Kxrctai'j ; Mi'.; Paul R.-'o, f,nance limner mooting Wednesday night club'-; twenty-fifth anniversary, r, r: L tnel prf:. dent who was (r, iv'i: Kkrle Pc^rco, re- vidiinrr 1 V,/k ' '.'riiuusor, treasurer; cruiimiu ;. Not pictured is Mrs. building and Humbert Sunday evening the band will once more at 8 o'clock. Young Woman 9 9 Club Officers Installed By District President ..u r , in .. t houl ~ though not Alton Young Woman's Club had its twenty-fifth installation dinner Wednesday night at the Young Mrs. fn IU ruut-ivu int.- uusi'-i. "i ui/...v,i .» fiont al ronmonne v^uiicyt 1 , 01. . , chemistry. The young man has Louis, will be a senior in the fall. 1 ' ounaea> weunesuuy nigm m mt minis awaiting him a position of great Mrs gamuel O. Deem of 3308 Tllc DancJ can back U P against Women's Christian Association, importance which was offered to Leo ' R 'treet left Tuesday morning the high school building for a sound- an d Mrs. M. E. Bruce of East him before he finished his post- for a lwo W eeks' visit with her ir| B board. The audience can be st. Louis, president of the Twen- graduate course in chemistry. Mr, son anc1 daughter-in-law. Mr. and seated either on what remains of ty-second district, Illinois Fedcra- . and Mrs. Mark A. Wuellner nnd Mrs \villiam Deem, in Nashville, 'he flat ground, or on the hillside ti 0n of Women's Clubs, was the VOICC, 1 I a IIO son accompanied them on the trip 'p enn- facing the building. installing officer. The table ap- ]?| m riiiM-cli Toni»llt T enn- facing the building. installing officer. The table ap- Mrs George R. Brown of 2a08a 'Duker suggested that folks at- .pointments were in silver and pink, 1 bafi Benbow avenue will leave Friday tending bring blankets or newspa- and pink carnation corsages were condition, a fact which is there nn g |hree woeks . vaca tion to the pers to sit on. There will be no favors. coast where she will be a benches, bleechers, or chairs. Mrs. Joseph Car.ipagna was seal- voice and piano pupils in recital to Lexington. Mr. Wuellner said that business in Tacoma is in bad attributed to the newspaper strike cutting off means of newspaper guest at Suisun Fairfield, Calif., .... of her son and daughter-in-law, (he high school band, for 27 grad- John Norris. First Lt. and Mrs. George R. uating seniors. The Misses Barbara and Mary Bmwn> p jn rou te home 'she will Inez Baker, daughters of Dr. and vjsit in Vancouver, B. C.. and Chicago. At Chicago she will be a guest Harry Brown, and his wife. Mrs. William Eaton. 606 Belle and her daughter, advertising, and partly because of general conditions in Tacoma. Mrs. L. L. Baker of North Ninth street, Wood River, left today for Jackson, Miss., to visit relatives and friends. The Misses Baker will be joined later in the week by , , . . . The concert will be the last, with ed as president, succeeding Mrs. loni B ht at 8 o'clock, in Kim Street Presbyterian Church and persons K. (J. Soehlke Receives .Bachelors Decree Richard G. Soehlke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Soehlke, 326 Dry street, graduated with honors from the Missouri School of Mines & Metallurgy. Rolla, on May 26, Soehlke received a degree of bachelor of science in chemical engineering. Ho was a member of Tail Beta Pi, national engineer— ing honor fraternity, and Alpha •op il'il ;.. Chi Sigma, national professional u MI ( , llpmil ,., 1 f,. atcT ni1y. He has accepted employment with the Sinclair research laboratories at liar- Mrs. Ray H. McDow will present ^ py ' _ ,, • • • • • At the same tune, Soehlke was a second lieutenant of Engineers, U. S. Mrs. Roy Elliott was toaslmis- interested are invited to attend. They are: Doris Harmon, Ed tress, and the invocation was given rogram: . _. _. .1 •»*•• i t * _ Ti T-» :.- ~-. «_ Rccaus** M Ha pclploi Robert Denby Aims neserves. Black, Depriest Johnson, Lionel by Miss Amelia B. Ringcmann, Goff, Joyce Schrumpf, Susy Elfgen, honorary member of the club. An pne AI Jf)ne Burmestei . Becker, address of welcome was Inc|ian Love Don Campafina Fleming, Marline Morris, by Mrs. Norris, and music was Joan Schaeffer, provided by Mrs. Bartlett Shap- The Desert son* Carl pee, a member, and Miss Shirley HornhcrM . Herbert win DC joined HUUI in mu \M.-UI\ uy s (reet, and her daugmer, Airs. Dr. and Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Baker's Jamo ; Taylor and two sons , 528 c olo ^ on Dm llev" Williams --mother, Mrs. W. K. Cumberland whi(c i aw avenue, East Alton, are ,, ;,,„„,„„ Carole Stevenson, ber, Mrs. Ray W. Beckman. Mrs. . Iw .-,r. Gloria Krinard! Shappee sang "Song is So Old" Barrow, Clarence Thobbs. and "I'll See You Again," de.di- Whitelaw avenue, East Alton, are 01 Kingsvillc, Tex., a guest jn ] eav j ng Friday for California plan- the Baker home, and Mrs. Joseph ninR 1o be ' gonc tnree or f our T /"*/-»IMI t*n r\f %~\ A T? f»l lf»T* n V("»ni If* . mi MI _ .1 _: i. . ..1 4-L. TViTwn of L. Coburn of 514 Roller avenue, wceks T ney w ill visit with Mrs. Roxana. They will attend the wed- Melva crofoot and Mr. and Mrs. ding of their brother, Lee Baker, j amos Branin in Rodeo. Calif. Mrs. sports editor of the Telegraph, and Crofo0 | an d Mrs. Branin are daugh- 'STI.-r. T « .-, »r TJ r\rtt* i M f. nllrAn.n \t "\'To- . . — _ T, ._.. .. ._ j _:~. _.._ n t T nBctt Miriorie ett T ngc tt Ma -e Ba.ne« Jane Kortkamn Miss Lacy Rees in Galloway Me- 1ors " o f Mrs. Eaton and sisters of modal Methodist Chapel. Jackson, a I 4 o'clock Sunday, and will rein .... Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. Langley Fill- Lake Charles, La.. Mr. and na|j.T \_uiu.-(sc V.WIIM..I...V...,.._,., v...... ]\]ps. Robert Fuliagar of San Ber- cises Monday night, another broth- narc y n o, Calif., and George Ful- main in Jackson to attend Millsaps College commencement exer- or, Hugh Baker, being a member Ocean City, N. J., have «jr, riugu unite i, utnib o. ii».iii>^i.i lagar, Ocean cuy, JN. J., ntive of the graduating class. Lee Baker returne d to their homes after a also left today for Jackson. Mrs. Edward F. Zaugg and Mrs. Kate M. David of Los An by Melton Group: Bcckman, a daughter of a mem- owe A Little whistle .... (From "Pinorchio"i Karen Shay Judy McDanel Susan Sheldon the second number to Mrs. Marilyn Hutchison, Campagna. Miss Beckman accompanied Mrs. Shappeo and played On the program are: a medley of piano numbers. - ~ " stephan Tas.sinnri 11) Victory and Fame (March) Mrs. Bruce gave a brief resume Baby., Boat Holmes of events which took place at The umg . 121 Strike up the Band. Gershwin the General Federation of Worn- n v n,iv.r,« Hniiiriav Wnrhiol en's Clubs convention which she Sleepy HO , vS is?h s Thing"' « ttended this month in Minne "P- l*»/\ViluLJ.SlIlloi.IIIIIJ^ jii /^1l» olis. Mrs. Bruce used the Club Collect as her theme-in installing B. Tarantelli Nancy Danny Boy Susan Sheldon Called Love Portei (5) Smoke Gets in Your geles. Calif., arrive Monday to visit Mr. plane and Mrs. week's visit with Mrs. Elizabeth Weber, ,'i318 Brown street. Mrs. Weber is a sister of Langley, Robert, and George Fuliagar. Mrs. II. J. Homann of Rock- oee F Kern the club's 19o2-19a3 officers. '' (61 Knights Bridge March . Coates Mrs. Norris read a letter of iiivsnvii.ij' «" » tun. *i... ...... ---- — !yl IS lit «J « J"1UI I la IIII \H- i vi/v, i\ Robert B. Goff of 1007 McPherson f 01 .d,'ill., arrived at 12:15 o'clock street. Mrs. Zaugg and Mrs. toda ' y by p i anGi Mrs. Homann will are sisters of Robert B. bo amon£r eues ts attending the ,-, AT m,, n r-n,..., appreciation from the Alton Parl( , Alice Blue ^vn J <» ^ ™ ^ ^ f h r nA r" b ciirD a on h Ho k u: o e Fund to be used in purchasing Dat'is Goff. Bloomington, 111., May 28.- Mary Jo Bost. daughter of and Mrs. William Bost of 310 Central avenue, Roxana, was an .._ among guests attending wedding of S/Sgt. Leo Pohlman -Miss an d Miss Clara Roessler which Mr. will take place at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning in St. Mary's Church. The nuptials will be fol- (9) In a Persian Market 110) Air Waves.... (.11) School Days . and to pay for doctor's ^ ^ ^^ chj)drcn who can . Piano: A. Stephanie Gavotte B. Golliwoe's Dance Susan Sheldon When Irish Eves Are Smiling Tommy Edsall Piano: A. Minuet Mn£ar1 B Liebstraume Li*7i Trudi Weber Nancy Jane Kortkamp The Loveliest Night of the Year Aaron.ion Huth Curry Why Do I Love You Kern Janette May rial Day Trapslioot Planned at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE. — Two 100- largct registered events complete the program for Edwardsville Gun Club's annual Memorial Day trap- shoot, to begin at 1 p.m. Friday at the club grounds on Marine road. The lead-off event will be a 300- target. shoot at 16 yards, unclassi- Weatherby fjcc | f o i] owcc | | )V a 100-targot: hand- Gaynor icap. The registered shoot has been authorized by the Amateur Towers xrapshooting Association and Kountz scores wili be entered in its official records. :/.ihuika From eight to 10 squads of five Howeii entrants each is .expected to com- BnM pete in the shoot, arranged in place of the club's monthly handicap. Order Irom Korea From Korea, Stone Brothers' jewelry store received an order from a soldier who had read in a Births fees for needv children who can- . -Janeue May . Vr j * 'L, -r,o,,f™ioc «,- in Make Believe .................... Kern Telegraph advertisement of an not afford to buy spectacles 01 to Patrlola Lavton item he wanted The soldier regu- co's service. rm in Love with Vienna ... Strauss lcnl nc "anica. ine -soiuiei icgu pay for a doctor's service. Mrs. Beckman presented a past Mr and Mrs ^^ A ^ president's pin to Mrs. Norris, who uemrai avenue, noxanu, \\-ux «n- (jhurcn. me nupuais win ue iui- -'- >\asnini,on > < ,. eS p On ded with a brief talk in nounced as being a member of lowed by a reception at the home have announced the Dirm or a ^.^ ^ esprcssed her app ,. e . In My _ Green Medallion, a sophomore of ,he bridegroom's parents. Mr. daughter, whom tney na\c namcn d M of the assistance given her honor society, on May 21 which and Mrs. Leo Pohlman, Weber Kathleen Carol. The baby the r ^ cjub mombors during hcr P'|n»= was recognition day on Illinois place , Godfrey. second ^ild. was born at 1:30 ^ rm of offjce Wesleyan's campus. A3C William Crawford Carroll, P- m - \\eclnesclay in Alton ivie- ^^ JQC Howard of Elk ci(V| "••—"Peoria, May 29,-Richard Rook, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. morl ^' "°^"^ ' ^, velg lmg MX Okla., was a guest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Carroll, S35 East Sixth street, ar- pounds ana a-jmnc^. installed in addition to Mrs. Rook, 734 Park drive, Alton, was rived home last night from Keesler named as an award winner at Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. Car- Mary Eii/abeth Hornt . Rose Marie Marko Ah. Sweet Mwiery of Lite .... Garden Dorolhy Schmidt . larly received copies of the Tele- Martha' Tain SpeakE . Herbert Fireslone Kashmiri Love Song Woodforde-Finden Belle Mahon Dancing in the Dark Schwartz ... Bach Jo-Edyth Nisinger Bless This House Brahe Herbert Ka >' McCarly nnim-ii H.-I an <r»<m.. "..,.,-, ».^ ^.,» . w.^>. ——, , - — ---Bradley University's AFROTC Rec- roll and Miss Darlene Coles will ognition Day. He was rated out- be married at 11 o'clock Saturday sianding in military aptitude morning in St. Patrick's Church. among first year advanced cadets. John S. Hughes of South Bend, He is a junior at Bradley and a Ind., will spend Memorial Day A daughter was born at 12:16 Campagna were: Mrs. Edward p. m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Rhodes, vice-president; Mrs. Merle Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearce, recording secretary; Mrs. Whyers, 143 Springer street, Ed- Herb Miller, corresponding secre- wafdsville. The baby weighs eight tary; Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser, pounds and seven ounces. treasurer: Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal, social chairman; Mrs. Jim Elliott. I Love You (from "The Mexican Martha Die/ Hayride"! Cole Porter Mother Dear Polish Folk Son« Wanda Miller Arr. Estellc Liebling Vienna My City of Dreams . . Sizczynski Joan Foster Susan Lidster Only a nose Friml : Cordelia Douglas Prelude Presser Hills of Home '; Fox April Showers Presser Harold Inmann B. inn., win .>in-iiu itiuiiiwim» *^i.j — social cnairnuiji, ivus. uim i^nn'i-i. member of Sigma Chi fraternity, with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones of mem bership chairman, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Hugbes, Route 1, Brighton, are parents p au] Reis fj na nce chairman. Carbondale, May 29.—Miss Pat Williamson, elementary education major at Southern Illinois Uni- is enroute to California. Jersey street, Mr. Hughes of a son. P arevlts Paul Reis, finance chairman. The baby, weighing Mrs Campagna has named the KlCl (Ul rt L OUUl I1C I II l lllllWia VJ III- versify, has accepted a teaching ^Mrs ; __Frank ^low-ard^and jon position in Lincoln school, Alton . , Bob Howard, and family are in Joseph's Hospital. Panama City, Fla., for a visit meier sr., Mrs. W. E. Tegtmeier jr., Mrs. Lynn Krutn- merich, Mrs. Ralph Geminn and Mrs. Louise Joergens of Belleville. .\|iiill(is Shrine llonors Charter Memlirrs Apollos Shrine. While Shrine of Jerusalem, in connection with a slated meeting Wednesday night honored charier members and "mothers", and Mrs. J. E. Ferree was "the mother of the evening" and received a gift from Mrs. John Ellis Reynolds, worthy high priestess. The Shrine also honored Mrs. Reynolds, who resides on the Jerseyville road, and Ralph Richey, watchman of shepherds, who have received supreme appointments. Mrs. Reynolds is supreme matron of honor and Richey is supreme King's guard. They were presented by Mrs. James Nickell. At a meeting on the fourth Wednesday in June the Shrine will honor "fathers" and past officers. Miss Rosemary Corona (iuest of Honor Miss Rosemary Corona, whose marriage to Don Boedy will take place July 12, was honored last night at a party given at the home of Mrs. C. H. Leach. 3006 Burton street. The prenuptial event was planned by co-workers of Miss Corona, an operator at Young's Beauty Salon, and the young women presented the bride-to-be with a gift. Games provided entertainment, and lunch was served during the latter part of the evening. and Da> to Patoka. III., thi Friday will attend services at the Mrs. Knight v of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. M. Bricker, nnd of her uncle, O. E. K;i , M ,, s uampaKn a m * im...«, u,. eight pounds and 15 ounces, was followlnR committee chairman: , born at 3:59 a. m. today in St. Mjss Bet)y Lan e, program; Mrs. Rav Lukeni publicity: Mrs. Rich- Annni]n(> _ mp :::Tr s m _ do ., st ard Snain, scrapbook. Mrs. Jer- JotepTnoTpUa, of t^ birth of ome Breitweiser has been named a si i pound and 10 ounce son to and Mrs. Charles Killion of 174 West street, Edwardsville. The baby was born at 9 p. m. Wednesday'. Church Notes Alton Camp of Gideons will , nieet at 2 o'clock Sunday after- | Patricia Jeanne has been chosen noon in Upper Alton Bapt-st j by Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Weyforth Church. Lee Werls. delegate to 1 Miss Sophie Hollard of Grand O f 9 rjartford avenue, St. Louis, the Illinois state convention held i child May 17-19 in Ilarrisburg, will re- and second daughter. The baby, port. lard, 15LM Highland avenue. no ,. n Tuesday in St. Louis, weighed . • eight pounds and four ounces. Mrs .ii>">-' ..,.•[•• • •• - — m -j ,L/ni 111/1 it ci \ <-iiwt- , Rapids. Mich., is visiting the as llu , name o{ ,| iei ,. Misses Anna. Cecilia, and Ida Hol- It lias been estimated that the Third Golf Class vi(W dt ' ive ' The third of a series of classes for goiters will*meet on Thursday mornings at '10 o'clock, beginning June 5, at Rock Spring Country Club, under the sponsorship of the Young Women's Christian Association. Lou Miller, golf pro. will instruct the group, which is open to men and women and high school boys and girls. Registration for the course, to run for six weeks, may be made by calling the YWCA. Mothers who wish to enter the class may take advantage of the nursery service at the YW on Thursdays. Weyforth is a daughter of Mr. European corn borer destroyed and Mrs. J. W. Gething of Fair- about 35 million bushels of corn in the United states in Lodge Notes Members of Sgt. James M. Phil , lips Circle, Ladies of the Grand j Army, will participate in Memorial Day parades, meeting at Main and Brown streets at 8:30 a. m., and at Riverfront Park at 1 p. m. Cars will be provided for the women. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! PEO She Likes a PFAFF Sewing Machine because PFAFF and only PFAFF.., ha* t h • exclusive DIAL - A . STITCH that eliminates attachments. t Mtke« buttonhole* f Sew* on button* • Blind stitches • Sew* straight and reverie f Overcast t Bar tacks t Zig Dams Monogram* Appliques Embroider* Tradt In Your Old Machine CENTRAL SEWING Dial 2-5214 SUPPLY CO. H'EST BRIUPU'AV

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