Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 2, 1952
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PACK TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1932 • Society MRS. LYLE LEE BAKER Lyle Lee Baker, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Baker of North Ninth street, Wood River, and Miss Myrna Lacy Rees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lacy Rees of Jackson, Miss., were married Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in the chapel of Galloway Memorial Methodist Church in Jackson. The Rev. Robert E. Anding, assistant pastor of Galloway church, officiated, using the double ring ceremony. Large arrangements of white gladioli and chrysanthemums, flanked by tapers in wrought iron candelabra, decorated the chancel. George Curry of Vicksburg, Miss., was best man and Miss Patricia Jane O'Mara of Hattiesburg, Miss., was the bride's sole attendant.. While the guests were assembling a program of bridal selections was given by Mrs, W. H. Taylor, organist, and Miss Betty Monetto, vocal soloist of Jackson. Miss Taylor played "To a Wild Rose" (MacDowell), "I Love Thee" (Grieg), "The Evening Star" (Wagner) and "Oh Promise Me" (DeKoven). Before the qeremony Miss Mo- netto sang "At Dawning" (Cadman) and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" (Stults), and immediately after the vows were read "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Taylor, who accompanied Miss Monetto, played "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner for the processional, "Clair de Lune" during the ceremony, and "The Wedding March" from "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Mendelssohn. Hugh Baker, brother of the bridegroom, Terry Rees, brother of the bride, and Van Cavett of Jackson seated the guests. Miss Rees, given in marriage by her father, wore an original model floor length frock of imported organdy over taffeta, and a finger tip length veil of illusion, held in place with a Juliet cap of embroidered organdy. The very full skirt, cut in six gores and gathered at the waist, was accented in the front by a panel of embroidered organdy inserts. The back panel was formed of three inch embroidered organdy ruffles and inserts of matching material. The fitted bodice of the gown was fashioned with an off-the-shoulder neckline outlined with two rows of embroidered organdy. Miss Rees wore elbow length mitts, corresponding to the material -in her gown, and carried a small white Bible, covered with a white orchid encircled with miniature calla lilies and feathered carnations, and arranged with shower ribbon of white satin. Miss O'Mara wore a strapless frock of light blue organdy, over taffeta, styled with a lace trimmed cape, and carried a colonial bouquet of roses, yellow shading into pink. The skirt, floor-length,, was made with six gores, and the waist was trimmed with blue lace inserts which extended down the length of ihe skirt in front and back. Immediately after the marriage was solemnized a reception was held in the parlors of the church- Assisting in serving were the Misses Barbara JJaker and Mary Inez Baker of Wood River, sisters of the bridegroom, Katherine Fraiser, Cecile Brown, Lucie Atkins and Watklns of Jackson. f, tnd Mrs. Baker will spend their honeymoon in the south. For traveling Mrs, Baker selected f flavy feHte costume «ujt, light blue blouse, and a MVy velvet hat trimmed with whjt» \W* and rhinestone*. Mr. u4 M»- PaJw will rfr side at 327 East Twelfth street. Mr. Baker, sports editor for the Telegraph, graduated from East Alton-Wood River High School, and attended Erskine College, Due West, S. C., and Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, social fraternity, and Kit Kat, men's literary honorary. Mrs. Baker is a graduate of Central High School, Jackson, and attended Millsaps College. She is a member of Phi Mu, social sorority, and Chi Delta, women's literaiy honorary. MISS GREMS Following a breakfast held by the Mothers' Club of St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis, for members of the graduating class and their mothers at the Forest Park Hotel ballroom, St. Louis, 60 student nurses of the school of nursing were graduated Sunday, June 1 at St. Louis University High School auditorium. Diplomas were presented by Dr. Alphonse McMahon, hospital chief of staff. Dr. 0. P. J. Falk, representing the medical staff, presented a check for $400 to be distributed to Miss Elizabeth Bann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat- rifck Bann of Belleville, and Miss Margaret Grems, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Grems, 149 Shamrock avenue, East Alton, and to students in the freshman and junior class for scholarship and general excellence. Another member of the graduating class was Miss Patricia Volk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Volk, 2719 Hillcrest avenue. Miss Grems and Miss Volk are graduates of Marquette High School. Mr. and Mrs. Henkhaus Mark 45th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Henkhaus of Bethalto celebrated the forty- fifth anniversary of their marriage Sunday and to mark the occasion a family basket dinner was served at Kendall Hill picnic grounds. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Henkhaus and their families present were Mr. and Mrs. John Stutz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henkhaus and family, Mrs. Nina Henkhaus and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Walters and family, Mr. and Mrs. John McConnell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henkhaus, Robert Morrison and Miss Delores Henkhaus. Mr. and Mrs. McConnell, son- in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henkhaus observed the twelfth anniversary of their marriage yesterday as they were married on Mrs. McConnell's parents thirty-third anniversary. Nu Phi Mu Sorority Meeting Tonight Beta Delta chapter, Nu Phi Mu sorority, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the Mineral Springs Hotel. Miss Tchoukaleff to Present Song Recital Briarcliff Junior College, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y., has issued Invitations to a song recital to be given by Miss Katherine Tchoukaleff, a member of the 1952 graduating class. Miss Tchoukaleff will present her recital Friday evening, at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Tchoukaleff will enter the Juilliard School of Music in New York next September. She has been notified that she has been accepted for enrollment in the famous Juilliard school after gradual in g from Briarcliff Manor. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tchouka- loff, her parents, will leave Wednesday, to be present' at both the commencement exercises and their daughter's recital. Miss Tchoukaleff Is a very attractive young woman with high order of musical talent and those who have been watching her development feel confident that she will make a place for herself in the musical world. She was accepted for entrance at the Juilliard School of Music after a qualifying audition last Monday night. She has been classified as a mezzo soprano. Miss Elaine Gerard Guest of Honor Mr. and Mrs. James Gerard of 2116 State street gave a party Saturday night, in the President's Room of Onized Club, honoring their daughter, Elaine, on the occasion of her sixteenth birthday. The party was planned as a surprise, and Miss Gerard received gifts from the 25 guests in attendance. Dancing and charades provided entertainment, and refreshments were served from a table decorated with flowers. Post-Nuptial Party At the Glffin Home Mrs. Cecil Giffin gave a party Saturday night honoring her daughter, Mrs. Harold Roach, of Litchfield, and 40 guests were in attendance. The party was given at the Giffin home, 502 Condit street, and Mrs. Roach, the former Miss Evelyn Giffin, was showered with gifts of a miscellaneous nature. Games were played, and lunch was served. Mrs. Minnie Giggin of Shipman, Jack Dipiazzo and Miss Shirley Giffin were awarded prizes. The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Roach occurred May 10. Gpl. P. J. Wheeler Weds in Alaska Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Wiegel of Des Plaines, 111., of the marriage of their daughter, Esther Elizabeth, to Cpl. Patrick James Wheeler, son of Mrs. John Frazer of Jerseyville. The wedding took place Tuesday evening, May 6 at 8:30 o'clock at Elmendorf Air Force Chapel, Anchorage, Alaska, with Chaplain G. F. Gaerttner officiating. Attendants for the " couple were the bridegroom's brother-in-law and sister, Major and Mrs. Fred C. Wellhausen, and following the service a reception was held at the Wellhausen home. The bride wore an aqua suit of gabardine with navy accessories for her wedding. Mrs. Wheeler is a graduate of Maine Township High School and before going to Alaska the first of May, was employed by the Illinois Bell Telephone Co., Chicago. Cpl. Wheeler is a graduate of Jerseyville Community High School and was employed by the Owens-Illinois Glass Co. before entering service. He will be stationed at Anchorage, with the 39th Air Police Squadron for two years. His squadron was recently rated the finest air police force in the world. Miss Cogan Entertains Fellow Students Miss Shirley Cogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cogan, 1137 Seiler street, a student at St. Louis Institute of Music, entertained her instructor and 10 fellow students Saturday at the Cogan's summer cabin on Otter Creek. Two hours of the day were spent in taking final examinations and the rest of the day was enjoyed in boating, hiking, group singing and a picnic on the lawn. Miss Noonan to Graduate From Iowa LAW School Miss Honorah Noonan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James J. Noonan of Marshalltown, la., will graduate from the law school of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Friday, June 6. Dr. Noonan is a nephew of Mrs. Nonie N. Wright, 717 Alby street. Miss Kaye Staten An Academy Graduate Miss Kaye Staten, daughter of Coroner and Mrs. Ben F. Staten of 220 Court street, was graduated from Ursuline Academy, Kirkwood, Mo., Sunday evening, and among those attending the commencement exercises were her mother; her grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Staten, a sister, Miss Verna Staten, and a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earnhardt. Richard, a younger brother of Miss Staten, was graduated irom the eighth grade of Chaminade in St. Louis county, Sunday, Patricia Unity Weds Charles Focrf Miss Patricia Baity, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Baity, 1817 Evergreen avenue, became the bride of Charles W. Koerg, in a single ring ceremony at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, and the nuptials took plane in St. Matthew's Church with the pastor, the Rev. William Croke, officiating. While gladioli In two bouquets were used In decorating the church altar, and palms and ferns along with tapers in candelabra were arranged in the sanctuary. Preceding the bride and her father, who escorted her to the entrance of the church sanctuary where she was met by Mr. Foerg, were the bride's attendants. Miss Joyce Bowman was maid of honor, and Miss Darlene DoVVanz and Miss Marjorie Thomnsson were bridesmaids. Nedra Patison, small daughter of Mr, and Mrs, E. L. Pntison, 305 Maurice street, was flr.wer girl. Ralph Thomure was best man and Karl Keasler and Charles Bnity, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Roger Petrie, Robert Jones, Robert Poe, and Thomas Dunlap were ushers. The bride v/ore a ballerina length while Chantilly lace gown fashioned with a halter neckline and a full, pleated skirt. Miss Baity wore a lace Eaton jacket with three-quarter length sleeves. Her waist-length veil fell from a tulle cloche. A single strand of pearls was her only jewelry, and she carried a cascade-type bouquet of white roses. The bride's attendants appeared in varigated shades of blue with the honor attendant in the darkest hue with the bridesmaids and flower girl's gowns in lighter shades. The bouffant tulle frocks were styled alike and were ballerina length. The young women wore face veils fastened at the back of their heads with daisies. Miss Bowman's flowers were white daisies with yellow centers and the bridesmaids had yellow daisies with yellow centers. The flower girl, also in blue tulle carried a basket filled with yellow and white daisies. Mrs. Kenneth Brunstein, organist, played as the guests gathered to witness the wedding, and she accompanied Mrs. Donald Barnard as she sang Schubert's "Ave Maria." Mrs. Brunstein played the "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner, and the Mendelssohn March. A reception was held soon after the wedding in the Westerner Club Lodge. An arrangement of white summer flowers was on the mantel piece in the lounge, where guests were received, and the bride's table, centei-ed with a three tier square wedding cake, was garlanded with smilax. Small white flowers and blue corn flowers were arranged at the base of the cake and bouquets of corresponding flowers were on either end of the table. Miss Pat Beaty was in charge of the guest book; Miss Marilyn Morris and Mrs. Gail Weinrich were in charge of the gifts; and the Misses Jeanette Luft, Margaret Meek, Pat Miles, and Martha Watkins presided at the serving table. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Foerg will reside in Chicago. For traveling the bride selected a rust colored linen, dress with white accessories and brown and white shoes. Mr. Foerg, son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Foerg of 1634 Roberts avenue, Whiting, Ind., has been a student at Shurtlcff College since returning from duty with the army in Korea. Before entering service he studied at Indiana University. In June Mr. Foerg will continue his studies at the Art Institute in Chicago. Mrs. Foerg, who has been a student at Shurtleff College, graduated in 1950 from Alton High School. She is a past worthy advisor of Alton Assembly, No. 8, Order of Rainbow for Girls, and is past treasurer of Lambda Alpha Xi, junior chapter, Beta Gamma Upsilon sorority. Among guests from out of town attending the wedding and reception were the parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Foerg and daughter, Miss Mary Foerg of Whiting; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ice and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Germann, Marion, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Connett, Chester, 111. Guild With Miss tlillebrecht in July Members of the Civic Orchestra Guild will meet with Miss Willa Hillebrecht, 902 Royal street, July 1, but will omit a June session. Officers are Mrs. J. E. Me- Laughlin, president; Mrs. J. P. Breitweiser, vice-president; Mrs. J. Russell Dale, secretary, and Mrs. Herman Born, treasurer. Miss Charlotte Walters Hostess to Wiener Roast Miss Charlotte Walters of Godfrey entertained with a wiener roast Thursday night, and had as guests the Misses Barbara Bauser, Darlene Greenwood, Mary Lou Padden, Pat Zipprich, Yvonne Erthal, Eileen Bensman and Betty Jo Zigrang. _/ MISS BETTY RIIJ31? Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Betty Rilcy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Riley of Route 1, Edwardsville, to Cpl. Arlyn D. Reinke, son of John Reinke and Mrs. Zcph Johnson, Edwardsville. Miss RUey. a graduate of Bethalto Civic Memorial High School, is employed in the office of the Jones Motor Company, Wood River. Cpl. Reinke attended high school in Edwardsville and Roxana before entering the U. S. Air Force. He is stationed at Donaldson Air Force Base, S. C. Miss Isringhausen, Jerseyville, lo Wed Mr. and Mrs. Emil Isring- hausrn of Jerseyville are announcing the engagement and coming marriage of their younger daughter, Miss Imogene Isringhausen, to George Gillmorc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gillmore of Denver, Colo. The wedding will take place at the First Methodist Church, Jerseyville, Thursday, June 22, at 4 o'clock, and friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Isringhausen is a graduate of Jersey Township High School and was graduated from Millikin University, Decatur, where she majored in music. While at Millikin she became a member of the Sigma Alpha Iota, national music sorority. After receiving her degree in music education Miss Isringhausen was supervisor of music in the schools of Farmer City. 111., and for the past two years she has been supervisor of vocal music at the Jersey Community High School, Jerseyville. She is choir director at the Methodist church, Jerseyville, and while studying at Millikin held a similar post at the First Baptist Church, Decatur. She has been an active member of the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club and has participated in many music programs in the community. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Centralia High School and of Millikin University where he was affiliated with Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. He majored in business and engineering, and is sales engineer for the Met-L-Wood Company, Chicago. Alton Young Women In Robing Ceremony Miss Sevelia Allen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn I. Allen, 2422 Edwards street, Miss Margie Jean Benecke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Benecke, 1220 Pine street, Miss Clare Margaret Blodgett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Blodgett, 1215 Washington avenue, and Miss Jo Ann Scoggins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Scoggins, Rural Route 2, juniors at Monticello College, will participate in a robing ceremony, a feature of class day exercises at Monticello June 7. Miss Greenwood Hostess To Slumber Party Miss Darlene Greenwood gave a slumber party Friday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Greenwood, 3108 Brown street. Her guests were the Misses Mary Lou Padden, Pat Zupprich, Yvonne Erthal, Eileen Bensman and Betty Jo Zigrang. ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK YOU'RE ALL INVITED! SCHWARTZ FURNITURE CO. 8* W. Fergiuon Ave, Wood River MM Joyce inner flmteii to Party Miss Joyce Billet entertained with a party ftt her home, 3228 Edsall street, May 28, and during the evening the marriage of Robert Logan and Miss Emma Twttty was made known. Games were placed and those receiving prizes were the Misses Janle Burmester, and Rosalie Stamm, Mrs; Cleve Logan, Mrs. Jack Logan, and Mrs. Woodrow TwiHy. Other guests were Mrs. George Hiller and the Misses Helen Galngs, Florence Ursch, Phyllis Montroy, And Doris Deucker. At a late hour guests were Invited into the dining room for refreshments and as they entered the room, they learned o fthe wedding. Centered on the table was a picture of the bride and groom arranged before a bouquet of spring flowers, and streamers, tied to balloons on the chandelier, led to place cards which read, "Emma and Bob, February 9." The couple were married by Ihe Rev. Donald G. McCallum in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Logan, 1000 Willard street, parents of the bridegroom. Mrs. Logan is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Twitty of 802 Milton road. Mrs. Logan plans to leave this week for Camp Cooke, Calif., to join her husband where he is stationed with the 44th Division, Illinois National Guard. Miss Gueldener Honored at Shower Miss Mary Ann Gueldener, whose marriage to George Kohlmiller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlmiller, will take place Saturday, June 28, was honored last week at a party given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gueldener, Route 1, Moro. The party was planned as a surprise, and the bride-to-be was showered with gifts, Mrs. Earl Albers, Mrs. D. Starkey, Miss Melora Sackett, Mrs. Marian Kanning, Mrs. Elmer Westerhold, Mrs. Walter Gvillo and Mrs. Raymond Hunt excelled at games played, and were awarded prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Gueldener, Miss Norma Gueldener and Mrs. James Mick. Present were: Mrs. D. Starkey, Mrs. Raymond Henke, Miss Melora Sackett, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Kruckeberg and sons, Edwardsville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlmiller and family. Wood River; Mrs. Walters Gvillo and Mrs. Henry Kruse jr., of Fosterburg; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Albers and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Bethalto; Mrs. Henry Westerhold, Mrs. Elmer Westerhold, Mrs. Delmar Teik, Mrs. R. P. Zimmerman, Mrs. John Flack and Phyllis, Mrs. Irene Cooper, Miss Mildred Zoelzer, Miss Marie Zoelzer, Mrs. E. L. Hunt, Mrs. Raymond Hunt, Mrs. L. E. Powell, Mrs. C. P. Davis, Mrs. M. Ralston, Mrs. William Henke, Mrs. Fred Poole, Mrs. Victor Henke, Mrs. Raymond Hunt, Mrs. Ruth Cooper, Mrs. Evelyn Drake, Mrs. Henry Kruse sr., Mrs. H. Schoenebaum, Mrs. M. Kanning, Mrs. M. Stahlhut and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gueldener and family, and Bob Pruitt of Moro, Route 1; Miss Stella Mae Henke of Worden. and Mr. and Mrs. James Mick of Alton. MISS DOYLE Miss Martha Ann Boyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A, Boyle of 1149 Brown strent, will graduate from Monticello College, Sunday, June 8. Alton High School Junior Prom Saturday "With a Song in My Heart" was the theme of Alton High School's junior prom held in the school gymnasium Saturday night. Dancing to the music of Eph Green's orchestra was enjoyed from 9 to 12. Miss Carmen Fitzhugh was crowned "Dream Girl of '52" and members of her court and their escorts were Miss June Moore and Wayne Cook; Miss Joan Voss and Harold Isaacs; Miss Betty Hausman and Jack Bacus; and Miss Norma Fleming and Bill Shake. Miss Fitzhugh was escorted by "Buddy" Hook. In the coronation procession Tom Kreid was crown-bearer and Lynn Ford was flower girl. After the court was seated a program was presented with Miss Barbara Nave singing the theme song of the evening: "With a Song in My Heart." Janice Militello and Gary Anderson were featured in two dances. After the program the Dream Girl and her court led in the grand march. The gymnasium was decorated with streamers of pastel colors, and behind the platform where the coronation took place was a large pink heart edged with svhite ruffles with silver musical notes forming a design in the center. A back- d-op behind the orchestra at the north of the dance floor was ti large music sheet with the notes and words of the theme song in silver lettering. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Elois Fitzhugh were chaperones. BPWC Board Meeting at YWCA Tuesday Night Board of the Alton Business and Professional Women's Club will have its June meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Ihe Young Women's Christian Association. King Family Reunion On Memorial Day The King family had a reunion Memorial Day at the Jasper Griffin home in Jerseyville, and 66 were in attendance. The reunion was planned by Mrs. Melvin Linzsey of St. Louis, and a basket dinner was served. Phi Tmi Meeting At Mineral Spun** Phi Tau Omega sorority wit! meet at Mineral Springs Motel this evening at 7:30 o'clock, nrlde-Elect Honored At Bridal Shower Miss Virginia Forsting fiancee of David Rook, USN, was guest 6f honor at a bridal shower Thursday evening In the Roxana community building. Mrs. Richard Stalcup and Mrs. Paul Dewey McCune were hostesses. Gifts for the prospective bride were arranged on a table over which a large wedding bell was suspended and streamers, In colors corresponding to those which will be worn by th« bride's attendants In the wedding party, showered over th« table. Bridal colors, orchid, green, yellow, and blue, were repeated in streamers strung between chandeliers and wedding bells were hung from the streamers. Games pertaining to the bridal theme were played with Mrs. Olive Scarborough, Mrs. Russell French, Mrs. Bonnie Menk, nnd Mrs. Robert Geers receiving prizes. The serving of refreshments to the 22 guests by the hostesses brought the evening to a close. Chappcll-Camp Wedding Sunday' S/Sgt. Edward E. Chappell and Miss Elizabeth Camp of Fort Worth, Tex., wore married at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Parker, 2737 Marigold drive, Fort Worth. The Rev. Robert Robert Marler officiated. Mrs. Parker served as matron of honor for her sister and Robert H. Chappell was his brother's best man. The bride wore a pale yellow nylon chambray ballerina length frock and carried a prayer book with white carnations. Her attendant appeared in a similar frock of teal blue and carried pink roses. In July the couple plan to visit the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Agnes Chappell, 708 State street. Sgt. Chappell, who has bee> in the air force for four year*, is stationed at Cat-swell Air Force Base, Fort Worth. Mcisenheimer-Cridcr Wedding May 30 Miss Evelyn Louise Crider, daughter of Mrs. Jane 0. Grant of Grafton, and Cpl. Donald I. Mciscnheimer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meisenheimer of Godfrey, were married on May 30 in Pocahontas, Ark. Cpl. Meisenheimer is home on a 30-day leave following eleven months of duty overseas, most of which was spent in Korea. At the conclusion of his leave the bridegroom will report to Fort Sheridan for reassignment. The bride, an employe of the Wood River Township Hospital, will continue to reside at 229^ South Pence street, East Alton. Mrs. Jack Larkin to Entertain Parley Mrs. Jack Larkin of 1225 Victory street will be hostess Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at a dinner meeting of Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary. (Continued on Page 11.) remember lady- you re a HOUSEWIFE... not an OCTOPUS! Poor Mrs. Jones,.. she's trying to do ill her spring cleaning herself! She doesn't know we're here to help her. Our experts clean all your household accessori*s ttioroughly... store them ...protect them! 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