PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Society MRS. WILLIAM CRAWFORD CARROLL JR. Miss Mary Darlene Coles, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Coles, 2400 Brown street, was married to A3C William Crawford Carroll jr., stationed at Biloxi, Miss., this morning at, 11 o'clock in St. Patrick's Church. After the marriage was solemni/od, the Rev, John Crosson, the officiating clergyman, Voad nuptial mass. The main altar was decorated with blue Majestic daisies and yellow gladioli. Miss Coles, who was escorted to the entrance of the sanctuary by her father, wore a gown of white nylon tulle over taffeta and a finger tip veil of illusion secured by a bandeau of Chantilly lace. She carried a dainty hand bouquet of stephanotis, centered with a detachable white orchid corsage, and wore a strand of pearls and matching pearl earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. The bridal gown was fashioned with a yoke of illusion, outlined with tiny frills of Chantilly lace which extended to the waistline. Corresponding lace formed a redingote effect down the center front of the skirt, revealing a wide panel of pleated tulle, and the bouffant skirt, worn over a hoop, swept into a formal train. Mrs. Wood Waters was m;i- tron of honor and Miss Dolores Ccles was maid of honor [or their sister, and Miss Oli\ia Carroll, sister of Hie bridegroom, Miss Jean Ann Weindel. sorority sister of the bride, and Miss Bonnie Huber wore bridesmaids. Miss Connie Jo Luddecke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Luddecke jr., was flower girl. The young women wore frocks styled along similar lines, with Mrs. Waters and Miss Coles appearing in yellow and the other attendants in ballet blue. Their gowns wore made of nylon net ovci taffeta, and were made with full skirts, extended by hoops, and the fitted bodices were shirred at the shoulders. They wore poke bonnets of horsehair braid, matching their gowns in color, and carried colonial bouquets of yellow and blue carnations. Small Connie Jo's dress was made identically to the frocks worn by Mrs. Waters and Miss Dolores Coles, and her bonnet was a replica of the attendants' headpieces. She carried a miniature arrangement of yellow and blue carnations. The attendants wore pearls, gifts from Miss Coles, and long gloves. Thomas Prullage \\;is best man, and Daniel E. Gorman jr., George Ohley, Raymond Huber and Julius Brown jr., were groomsmen. Larry Coles and George Coles, brothers of the bride, seated tho guests. Miss Rose Marie Wallers, organist, played "Processional Music" as tho bridal party entered the church, and recessional music: "Fi-stive Episode" as A3C Carroll and bride left the sanctuary following mass. Miss Walter accompanied Miss Joan Springman who sang "Mother, All Beautiful," an "Ave Maria," "O Lord, I Am Not Worthy" and "Heart of Jesus, Hoar." Mr. and Mrs. Coles will hold a reception tonight at the family home, honoring A'lf Carroll and bride. The house has been decorated in the wedding colors of blue and yellow, and the receiving lino will stand before a fireplace hankid with greenery and flowers. The refreshment table will be centered with a four tier wedding cake decorated with blue and yellow tinted rosebuds. Mrs. Cecil Andrews jr.. will be in charge of the guest book. and Mrs. Robert Bates will be in the gift display room. Mrs Larry Coles \\ill be at the punch bowl, and Mrs. Raymond Bucher and Miss Joan Witt will serve tho wedding cake. The bridal couple will leave tonight on a honeymoon trip through southern slates and will their home at Biloxi. ., Vhere the bridegroom is trimmed, and her accessories will be of white. AP,C Carroll and Mrs. Carroll are graduates of Marquctle High School, and the former attended Shurlleff College. Before entering the United States Air Force Carroll was employed at Duncan Foundry & Machine Works. A:iC Carroll will attend radar and radio school at Keesler Field. Mrs. Carroll has been employed in the accounting department. of Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Now an inactive member, Miss Coles served as vice-president of Beta Gamma Upsilon sorority. Miss Virginia Forsiinp (iiipst of Honor Miss Virginia Forsting. who will be married to David Rook, I'SN. June !•!. was guest of honor at a bridal shower Tuesday evening at the Westerner Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Goforlh. Mrs. Robert Gecrs, Miss Bonnie Grammcr. Miss Joy Luman, and Miss Nancce Gallman. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature wore arranged on a table decorated with pink hearts. Above the table were similar hearts centered with pictures of the prospective bridegroom. The two hearts were connected with white streamers on which were hung wedding bells. Games were played and Mrs. Karl Rook, Mrs. Charles Allen, Miss Shirley Beason, Mrs. Eugene Moore, and Airs. Dale Thompson received pri/cs. Refreshments w ere served from a table centered wilh a bouquet of spring flowers and the hostesses were assisted by Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Herbert Luman. and Mrs. Fred Engelke. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Forsting, 109 Date street, Hartford. and the prospective bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rook, 250 Acton avenue, AVood River. NoarliiR Completion Plans are Hearing completion for the wedding of Miss I ,a- Ycnio Harris, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Harris. Till North Sixth street, Wood River, and Robert Wilkinson, I'SN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilkinson, Lincoln addition. Wood River. The couple will he married at S o'clock Saturday evening, June 7. in tho Wood River First Methodist Church. A reception will follow the ceremony at the Wood River Odd Follows Hall. The bride has chosen her cousin. Mrs. I lodge llatfield to servo as matron of honor, and the Misses Beverly Raines and Kathleen Traylor will be bridesmaids. Jackie Elliott, cousin of the bride, will be train-bearer, l.snda Jolly, flower girl, and Dickie Smith, cousin of the bridegroom, ring-bearer. Jim Smith will attend his cousin as best man, Donald Fren/, cousin of the bride, and Fred Ohermiller will be groomsmen, and Dana Mead and Jimmy .lolly will serve as ushers. Mr. Wilkinson, who is stationed at Moffelt Field, Calif., arrived home yesterday on a 30- day leave. Post-Xuptial Party she departs Mrs. Carwill be wearing a Shantung *UU Of cadet blue, white Mrs. Jack Loyd. the former Miss Shirley Rolx'rtson. of .">1K South Twelfth slreel. Wood River, was honored Wednesday nis,'hl at a parts gi\»>n at the Westerner Club Lodge by Mrs. Homer Morris and .Mrs. Wilbert Henson. Mrs. I.uyd was presented with gilts by tho 28 guests in attendance. Refreshments were served alter the gifts were unwrapped and ad- rnired, and bingo, was played. M!M ttrrniere Olbson, I.orpn/o Dnvl* .Married At 7:30 o'clock Friday evening Miss Berniocc Gibson became the bride of Lorenzo O. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Davis, 2609 Hillcrest avenue. The wedding took place in the Assembly of God Church. Collinsville. The church pastor. Rev. V. D. Gibson officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is a daughler of the Rev. and Mrs. Gibson. The Rev. Gibson entered the church with his daughter and after accompanying her to the church chancel, he officiated at the wedding ceremony. Miss Dorothy Gibson attended her sister as maid of honor. Mrs. Jeanelte Wattles, cousin of the bride. Miss Margaret Davis, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Leon Anderson, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Sandra Jane Lindley was flower girl Mr. Davis was attended by his brother, Carl Davis as best man. Dolbert. Gibson, Elmer \Vut/.lcr and Paul Clark were groomsmen. Leon Anderson and Philip Smith were ushers. Gary Lee Gibson, nephew of the bride, was ring-bearer. The church sanctuary was decorated with bouquets of roses and other spring flowers arranged with palms and ferns. Prior to the ceremony Miss Bethel Barnett sang "Always" and Miss Barnott and Miss Enda Ham sang "I Love You Truly." Miss Ham sang "With This Ring" and "Oh Perfect Love." The soloists were accompanied by Miss Jennifer Krause, pianist, who played the wedding marches. The bride's gown was of lace and marquisette over satin fashioned wilh a close filling bodice of lace with a round neckline and long sleeves. The bouffant marquisette skirt extended into a chapel length train. A tiara of satin embroidered with seed pearls held her finger tip veil of illusion. Miss Gibson carried a bouquet of white roses centered with an orchid. The attendants' gowns were of marquisette and fashioned identically with shirred bodices, square necklines, puffed sleeves, and full skirts. Miss Dorothy Gibson wore a blue gown and carried a bouquet of red roses. Miss Davis, in yellow, carried talisman roses. Mrs. Anderson's frock was green and her flowers, pink roses, and Mrs. Wattles appeared in pink and had yellow roses. The young women wore arrangements of similar flowers in their hair. Sandra Jane Lindley was dressed in blue nylon marquisette, trimmed with pink velvet: She wore pink flowers in her hair and .carried a basket filled with pink and white roses. A reception immediately followed the wedding in Baraca Hail. Collinsville, and afterwards the bride and groom left on a wedding trip not disclosing their destination. As she left, the bride was wearing a white summer suit, orchid blouse, and while accessories, and the orchid corsage from her wedding bouquet. After returning from their wedding trip the couple will reside at 2.14 East Twentieth street. Mr. Davis attended Greenfield and Alton High schools. He served during World War II for three' and one-half years with the U. S. Air Force, spending two years in Europe. He is a student at Shurtloff College. Mrs. Davis, a graduate of Collinsville High School, has been employed by (he G. E. Appliance Company in Collinsville until resigning to complete plans for her marriage. Among guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis and Miss Mina White, White Hall; Mrs. Oscar Smith. Roodhouse; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith. Champaign; Miss Alice Wooldridge, Kane; Mrs. Thomas Ryder and children, Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Longhenrich and son, James Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Riieber. East St. Louis. Farewell Dinner for Mrs. Howard Dunn Miss Elizabeth Olthoff and Miss Ella Bode were hostesses to a dinner Wednesday night, entertaining at Hotel Stratford in honor of Mrs. Howard Dunn, who has resigned a position wilh E. H. Goulding's Sons Co., and is leaving Sunday for Kansas City to make her home. Associates of Mrs. Dunn at Goulding's attended the party. Later in the evening the dinner guests were entertained at I he home of Miss Olthoff, 7L'6 Royal si reel. Mrs. Dunn was presented with a farewell gift. for four nnd a half year« In the U. S. Navy, and after being separated from the navy in August, 1951, he enlisted In the Air Force In September. .MISS OAr.nREATH Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Jo Anne Galbrenth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Galbrealh, 0157 Richfield road, East St. Louis, to Don Ingram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ingram, 311") Brown slreel. Tne ^'ouple plan a laic summer wedding, Mr. Ingram attended the Southern Illinois University fit Carhondale for three years, and studied for the past year at Washington University. He will enter the University of Illinois School of Medicine. Chicago, in the fall. Miss Galbrealh. who will graduate June 8. from Southern Illinois Universi'y. taught at Arcola, III., for several monlli*. Alton HtRl) Seniors Honored »( I'll A Party FHA Club had a parly Wednesday night at the home of Miss Alice Ballard. 2222 Washington avenue, and the Misses Louise Conner and Margie Barnett, seniors, Alton High School, were guests of honor. A covered dish dinner was served, and ]5 young women were in attendance. PolilMian-Rops.tlpr >'iiptiiils Friday S'Sgt. Leo L. Pohlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pohlman of Weber place. Godfrey, and Miss Clara Roessler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Roessler, 3737a Brofidway. St. Louis, were married at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning in SI. Mary's Church. Msgr. J. J. Brune officiated at the single ring ceremony, and read nuptial mass. The bride entered the church with her father, who escorted her to the church sanctuary. She wore a frock of white satin wilh an overlay of cotton lace. The bouffant: skirt was ballerina length and the low necked snug bodice was covered by a fitted jacket: trimmed with rhineslone buttons. Rhinestones were used on the Peter Pan collar and turn-back flare cuffs of the jacket. Miss Roosslcr's costume was completed by white lace gloves and a white lace pillbox hat dotted with rhinostones and pearls arranged with a face veil, and veiling fell to shoulder length in the back. She carried a white prayer book, a gift from the maid of honor, topped by a white orchid with a yellow and purple throat. Miss Margaret Borigan attended the bride as tnaid of honor. She wore a mauve silk shantung suit adorned with rhinestono buttons and clusters of rhinostones on the lapels. She wore an off-lhe-face hat of navy blue summer velvel. and her shoes and gloves were in navy. The attendant wore a corsage of orange delight roses. S/Sgt. Robert Jones Fox of Pittsburgh, Pa., stationed at Scott Air Base, attended the bridegroom as best man. David Poirick was an usher. Max Hiendlmayr played the wedding processional and recessional and during mass, "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother." Tho church altar was decorated for the occasion with bouquets of white summer flowers. A reception followed the wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pohlman in Godfrey. The house was decorated throughout with bouquets of summer blossoms. The bride's table was centered wilh a three-tier wedding cake, and adorned with flowers. Approximately 140 guests attended the reception and young women who assisted in serving were Miss Berigan, Miss Ann Waterbury. and the Misses Betty Jane and Beraminitti Barsachs. After the reception Sgt. and Mrs. Pohlman left on a wedding trip to northern Canada, planning to travel around the Great Lakes. For traveling the bride chose a beige dressmaker suit with a natural straw hat and natural colored accessories. She pinned the orchid, which she had carried in tier wedding, to her suit. When they return from their honeymoon, the couple will reside at lli.'M Washington avenue, from where the bridegroom will commute to Scott Air Base where he is stationed. Sgt. Pohlman. a graduate of Marquette High School, served ALTON HIGH SCHOOL 93-PIECE BAND CONCERT SUNDAY, JUNE 1,8p.m. On The East Campus Of The High School ill's an outdoor concert — —so bring a paper or blanket to sit on) SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1952 ftirths Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bcdvvell ' 1Ti5 Twelfth street, Wood River, The Rev. Robert Chatfield and Greenwood, Miss. While in arc announc | n g the birth of ft son Kemper, pastor of tho Hampshire Greenwood they were guests of ^ fl ^ fl m Fr jdny \ n \yood Personal Notes Louis, and is employed by the U. S. Defense Plant. St. Louis. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Vonnnlimrn-Coclirnn Mrddlnj? June T. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage A son weighing six pounds and ounces was born to Mr. end Princeton, III., accompanied by Rost), formerly of Alton. Mrs. Kemper, sons, Bob and Larry, Mrs. D. J. McCarthy of Hnm- nnd Mrs. Kemper's mother, Mrs. niond, Jnd., and Miss Emma Ma- Charlotte Owens, will arrive Sun- gll irc O f St. Louis are spending lhc „,- Tnirl eenth day for a brief stay wilh the M. W. Memorial Day week-end with their *»"• uus *• ^ u * ' ' _ Owens family of 700 Milton road, s j stm , Mrs. Allen E. Lawrence street, Wood River, nt 1:5-1 p. m. enroute to California. Rev. and nnd Miss Mary J. Maguire, 104 Friday in Wood River Township Mrs. Kemper were recently elected East Twelfth street. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Logan „, ,,„• „„„,.».. * .,.0 *- delegates-at-large to represent the Ten Southern Illinois University havc a daughter, Karen Louise, 3. of Miss Bculflh Cochran, 271 Congregal.ona churches of Illinois studen , s onro n ed Jn fie ld biology __. Madison avenue, and Kdmond at the Biennial Genera Council t Wednesday in St. Louis, visit- Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Dorris, 646 J. Vonnahmen. son of Mr. and ™e,-ling to be held in Claremont, , ng shnw . g Gardcn and lhc Zoo East Fifth street announce the Mrs. John Vonnahmen of Be- Calif., on June 18-2;>. Prior to to ohservc a nd study plants and birth of n son at Wood Rfver thalto. Tho couple will be mar- "™ council meeting, they will visit ., nimals as part of tho ir work. The Township Hospital at <:5,> p. m., ried at 7:30 o'clock the morning their former home in Pnlos Verdes students , including Miss Malinda Friday. of June 7 in the rectory of St. Estates, Calif., and members of Bal]inp , cr of A n on , WC rc accom- ,, n t,, n n"^T'hni-n nt VSO Mary's Church. The ceremony their family who live in the Los panipd by A , jss Mnlinda Ballinger A n""R mcr %Nas ""'". will be performed by Msgr. J. Angeles area. of ^Iton. Mr and Mrs. H. W. Braincrd of AUon \ V omnn's Christian Tern- J. Brune, p. m. Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Kitzmiller, 315 Carrol) Miss Corhran. daughter of CliMUtauo.ua. Mrs. Carl Bra.nerrl pc ,. nn ,, c Union wil i meet Tuesday '! •-V-rhnhnhv ueiehs six Pounds OOI-KP S. Corhran of Wilbur- of Oraftnn and Mrs. Earl Miller a) j 0 ,,. lo( , k ,„ , ho pnrlsh llousc *"-ect. The baby weighs «ix pounds n,,d e, K hl oum os. Ion. Okla., and thn late Mrs. Ada Cochran of Roxana. is a Announcement has been made of St. Louis attended the wedding or , hp Fjl . st Methodist church, of Ben V. Brainerd and Miss Carol Hnwlhorne Calif.-Lestcr Laitck graduate of Red Onk (Okla.i Thornton in Tulsa, Okla., today. nas j 0 j, lcd Northrop Aircraft. Inc.. O | an fight pound daughler to Mr. High School. She attended Gen- They left Thursday for the south. as an onRino ,, r jng drawings cheek- and Mrs. Carl Sickcrman of Ben V. Brainerd is tho son of Mr. pr Ml , L ., ut , k ,, as )lppn ass i R ned Bunker Hill. The baby was horn and Mrs. II. W. Brainerd. who for- to , m ( , n 5Tj nn( > r i nf r team working Friday at 9:13 a. m. in Alton merly resided in Alton. 0|) a npu , , onR 1prm dpsif , n pro . Memorial Hospital. tral Business College, Kansas City. Mo., and served with the t,'. S. Marine Corps, Women's Reserve, during World War II. Mr, and Mrs. Norman W. Tou- ject at Norlhrop. producers of Scorpion, all-weather in- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore of .1717 Horn street nre parents ol of Shurlleff College. He is a chemist at American Smelting & Refining Company. She is employed by the Inter- rholtp a nd baby departed today \ } national Shoe Company, Hart- f or Atlanta, Ga.. after a visit with )n ,; rpnlm . fm . i, 0 n c Air Force 3' 1 ol ' n sl ' PP nrp a ford. Mrs. Touchette's parents. Mr. and ' _ ... 'i ', ', ' of W -ishinelon Univer- atlaufihter, weiRhing seven pounds Mr. Vonnnhmen is a graduate M rs. C. M. Miles, of 1119 Douglas J,,?'?, T™£ \i, I S is mar- «"'« 'l"«o ounces. Alton High School and of strpp( . They attended the wedding JJJ, 1 ^ndhn" three Thildrnn He of Mrs. Touchette's sister. Miss , s R SQn 0 ' f ' Ml . ., nd Ml ,. A . j. Barbara Ann Miles and Will mm Lnut , k . 418 j offoi . son avenue. Alton. Mr and M| .;. Kverett Phipps ol James Connerly Sunday, May 2.i i n( .| u ded among the guests at- Fjp | don havp announced the birth «' nriin P tho wcddinR of AX \Vil- n , im piK hl polln d and three ounce . The baby was «' 3:Sr » a - ln ' 1o(iay in Alton Memorial Hospital. Thursday evening Miss Verna Hoffman entertained wilh a party at her home on the I'rin- ci[)ia road. Klsnh, honoring Miss Cochran. Fourteen guests were present. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature for the bride-elect were arranged on a table centered with a miniature bride and groom beneath an arch of roses. Hearts was played and those receiving prizes were Miss Helen Fairless, Miss Janet Hagen, Mrs. Marie Endicott, and Mrs. James Rynders. Refreshments were served by the hostess and she was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Clara Hoffman, and Mrs. John Strasser and Mrs. George Huebener. To Spend a Week's Vacation in Hermmla Miss Charlotte Van Home, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Van Home, 141 North Sixth street, Hartford, and Miss Margie Purvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Purvis, Wood _ River avenue, Wood River, left Friday on a week's cruise to Bermuda. Miss Van Tlorne of the Shell research laboratory spent the past week in New York, attending a librarians' convention. After the convention Miss Van Home, who is on a two weeks' vacation, was joined by Miss Purvis, who has a position with lhc State Department, Washington, D. C. MarquoHe's Prom at Rock Spring Country Cliih "When You're in Love" was the theme of Marquctte High School's annual senior-junior prom held Thursday night at Rock Spring Country Club. Eph Green's orchestra played from 9 to 1, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Kay W. Beckman and Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Amberg were chape rones. Hearts as well as posters bearing musical notes adorned the walls of the ballroom, and the entrance from the north porch was outlined with roses. Jim Winkler, class president, nnd Miss Mary Sue Waters, Marquette's 1952 May Queen, led the grand march, and were followed by Bob Rynders, football captain, and Miss Carol Ann Dean. Don Schmuck and Miss Barbara King were third in line and were followed by Julius Brown and Miss Pauline Ventimiglia. Sigma Phi Sub-Debs' Slumber Party Members of the Sigma Phi Sub-Debs had a slumber party following the Marquelte High School senior-junior prom at the home of Miss Mary Lou McClintock. 11MI Slate street. Breakfast was served to the guests, 10 in number. Curroll-Coles Kohearsal Dinner at Splhlnip's Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford Carroll of 535 East Sixth street entertained with a rehearsal dinner Friday night, honoring their son, ABC William Crawford Carroll jr., and Miss Mary Darlene Coles, whose marriage occurred this morning in St. Patrick's Church. The table was decorated with J. Pinkowskl have returned from a two week's' vacation slay in New Orleans. La.. flowers and was illuminated with tapers, nnd covers were arranged for 26 guests. The appointments were in bridal white. BriilRp Club Meets With Mr*. D. K. (iorman Mrs. D. E. Gorman of 502 Beacon street entertained members of the Thursday Evening Bridge Club at, her home this week. Dessert was served, and the remainder of the evening liam Crawford Carroll jr.. and SOM '|-| 1P | )a |,y \\-a« born at 12:4:; Miss Mary Darlene Coles in SI. n m Saturday in Allon Memorial Patrick's Church this morning Hospital, were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cooke, Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. George Coles, Mr. and Mrs. George ~ Announcement has been made of the birth of a seven pound , . . Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. John son to Mr and Mrs van Lnw. I, Sullivan of Springfield. 111.. Mrs. 13' Virginia slreel Bethalto. Ihfc Charles Scheer, Coldwater. Mich., baby was born a , :JO a m. * n- formerly of Alton, and Mr. and day in -St. Josephs Hospital. Mrs. Thomas Coles of Braceville. M) ._ an( , Ml . s Donald Hastings !"• of -M3 South Filmore street, Ed- M ' <T - Kennedy west end news- vvim , svillp , Brc parents of a son, a * pnt ' of 1 State street, w(?i£;hinR pif , h , poun ds and nine returned home Friday evening oun ,. ps . Thp baby was born at Chnndlorvillc. where he at- -,„..,„ a m Friday in st _ Joseph's was devoted to the playing of t pnd «' th(> Krnduation of his grand- Hospital . cards. Miss Alice Ringemann, Mrs. Gorman and Mrs. C. H. Hale were awarded prizes. Miss L. Mildred Brown of 1217 West Ninth street will havc the club as her guest June 12. Alice Jane Brown To Receive Degree Miss Alice Jane Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brown, 1804 Washington avenue, will receive an AB degree in business administration during graduation exercises to be held in Annie Merner Chapel on the campus of MacMurray College for Women, Sunday afternoon. Miss Brown is a member of Belles Lettres. upper class society, Tironian Club, business honorary, and during her freshman year was a member of Sigma Theta Society. Brown attended MacMurray her freshman year in college then spent her sophomore year at Shurtleff where she was a member of Alpha Psi Omega son. John Gilbert Kennedy, from the high school there. The grand- Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Gross of son is a son of Mr. Kennedy's fi Rosa place. Godfrey, have an- cldest son and daughter-in-law, Mr. nounced the birth of their fifth son and Mrs. A. R. Kennedy, who re- and sixth child. The baby, weigh- side on a farm near Chandlerville. ing eight pounds and one ounce, The commencement was last' was born at l:. r >0 a. m. today in Thursday night but Mr. Kennedy St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing remained for a longer visit. eight pounds and one ounce. Mrs. Nina Knecht Tribbte of TT™ j • -u Washington, D. C.. and Mrs. Stella A daughter their second child, Hoppe Behrens of Glllejjj. both ™ *™« H ^ ™ Q «g*^ iiemb^^ are spending a few days in Alton 6unds and m - np ounces Tne j t together to attend 1he fiftieth an- ' u . g £ g niversary of their graduation from " Shurtleff College. Mrs. Tribble's ^j r . and Mrs. Charles Koehne oi father died in her early girlhood 2201 Alby street are parents ol nnd her grandfather was Max a nine pound and eight ounce son. Kuhl, sodawater bottler in Alton. The baby was born at 10:41 p. m She had not been here since the Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. death of her mother, Mrs. W. F. • Freeman, 30 years ago. Mrs. Beh- A daughter was born at 5:34 rens was a daughter of W. F. P- m.^ Thursday in St. Joseph! Hoppe, for many years owner of . p !l E the Hoppe china store. They were Arnold among Memorial Day visitors at !^Ll velghs seven pounds and fn " Alton Cemetery. Mrs. Josephine McPike Brown, The ounces ' Announcement was made at St sorority. She returned to Mac- daughter of the late J. H. McPike Joseph's Hospital of the birth oi Murray her junior year to complete her studies. Planning to attend the graduation from Alton are Miss Brown's parents, her brother and sister. Miss Miriam Ann and Robert Brown, Bud Brown, Robert Parsh, Jim Connoll, Miss and granddaughter of H. G. Me- a n j ne pound and 12 ounce son Pike, in his whole life one of ) o Mr. and Mrs. William Maggar* Alton's most distinguished citizens, o f 6ofl East Fourth street. was a Memorial Day visitor here. : . Her late Husband. John Hart pi Pi/'inV Fisli Frv Brown is buried in Alton Come- L ldn ' " "" "_' '"" ' '? tery. Mrs. Brown is director of For iNliltOll Firemen Social Hygiene in St. Louis. She Marilyn Vollmer. Mrs. Mable wa<: | )orn j n &\\on and lived here Plans for an annual picnic P. James, and throe aunts of Miss Brown, Miss Anne Crawford, and the Misses Eva and Cornelia Moore. Birthdays Observed In Carrollton Dinner was served Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chf- ton Varble of Carrollton marking the birthdays of Mrs. Chf- ton Varble, her granddaughter, Linda Gilvvorth and Mrs. Varble's brother, John Richey of Chesterfield. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. in her girlhood and young woman- fish fry June 12-14 at Milton school hood. " were discussed Thursday night by Miss Jean Hinrichs of 408 Jef- 'h p women's auxiliary of the Mil- fprson avenue left by plane Friday 'on volunteer fire department, in a morning for a week's visit at An- session at the firehouse. A special napolis, Md. She will be the guest meeting of the group for further of Midshipman Robert E. Burns, P lans has heen announced for next 3/C, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thursday. 7:30 p.m. E. Burns. Miss Hinrichs will at- Mrs - Conrad Russell. publicit> a series of social events, spokesman, said the picnic event including a Hop, a "Youngsters P«*<"ds will go to the Milton fir* •nil" ^ "ir n,,.nii nail •• department and that donations wil: Ball and a Farewell Ba , )e g(j amQ , r. and Mrs. E. J. Byron of rit , lni , tn )lio ninn . n ^^ dQna 1608 Henry street spent Memorial p ."° sr ^'"sald may be food, oi Day m Trymg III. They were ac- .- anythlng th wish to ive< » compamed to Irving by their sis- Clifton Varble, Mr. and Mrs. ,..,,„ , ^ . C f Wayne Gilworth and children, 1er._Miss Mary Byron, of East St. L aW n, a suburb of Chicago, It Jcrseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Louis. v j s it (| le ir son-in-law and dauglv sell Garber and son. Mrs. Ma- Mrs. John Richey of Chester- ter, the Rev. and Mrs. Delwir. i-ie Almeyer. Mrs. Vada Smith Held visited this week with Mrs. Schneider iKathcrine Gesch) ann - -- Paul Potter of South Roxana. become acquainted with a ne\\ of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richey, Dow; Mr. and Mrs. John Richey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Varble and daughter, Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs! Gerald Varble and family of Chesterfield. During the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Don Griffith and daughter of Eldred, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Varble and daughter, Beverly, of Carrollton called. Mrs. Clifton Varble, Mrs. Vada Smith, and John Richey, former Upper Alton residents, are children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Richey. Mr. and Mrs. John Baratta of granddaughter, Kalhi Del Schneiri- Chicago are guests of the Rev. or, who will be christened Sunday Father Thomas J. dough, assistant June 8. George Gesch, the Rev pastor of Old Cathedral. and Mrs. Geseh's son, will be grad The Rev. W. C. Gesch, a former ualed June 1 from the University pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, of Southern California, Los Anand Mrs. Gesch, of Orange, Calif., geles. George Gesch and wife are guests of Mr. and Mrs. William reside at Van Nuys, Calif. The Wilken of 700 Linden avenue, and Rev. and Mrs. Gesch, who are en- will attend a fiftieth anniversary joying a month's vacation, traveled celebration of Trinity church.Sun- east by the southern route and day. After leaving here next will return to California through Wednesday they will go to Oak the northern states. PHONE 2-7131 Beauty Salon SPRING TRENDS The accent U on Beauty , , , compliment your Spring en- teroble with a toft easy-to- manage coiffure , , . \y e offer you , , , OUR OWN "CXCUJiWE" Cold Wave .to. Remember . . . the correct cut for your type hair U the foundation for any «ucces»ful permanent wave . , . Contour Cuti , , , II sad 11.50. No .Appointment Necessary. t *e Your Charge Account.
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