Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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PAOff TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 3, Society Honored it Party Mf8. Leo Harshbarger was fuest Of honor flt a surprise tarty ttt her home, 919 Tonsor Wad, last night. The party was planned by Mr. and Mrs. Harsh- tmrger's daughter, Mrs. Donald E. Myers, and was in celebration of Mrs. Harshbarger's birthday. -Sixteen guests were present and games were played with Mrs. Orville DeHart, Mrs. Alice Burger, and Mrs. Oscar Thornton receiving prizes. The guest of honor received anniversary gifts. Refreshments were served at * late hour. MISS SIDWELL The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Jo Ann Sidwell to James Hunt has been announced. The bride-elect is a daughter of Mrs. Esther Sidwell and the late Kenneth Sidwell of Tempe, Ariz., formerly of Hardin. She is a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sidwell of Hardin. • The couple plan a late summer wedding. •Hampton-Anderson JHarrlage at Modesto !•• Earl Hampton, an "employe of : Laclede Steel Company, and Mss Reta Coleen Anderson, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. •A. Anderson of Modesto, 111., will be married Sunday, June 29, at 2 o'clock in the Modesto Christian Church. The prospective bridegroom Is a son of Ernest C. Hampton of Clifton, Ariz. •Miss Martha Johnson •Of Decatur Weds ; Miss Martha Jane Johnson, .'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holland L. Johnson, of Decatur, ;U1., was married to Sgt. 1/C 'James H. Ward, son of Mr. and •Mrs. James H. Ward sr., of Indianapolis, Ind., at 2 o'clock -Sunday, June 1, in the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Decatur. , Among the guests were Mr. : and Mrs. Homer Sturgeon of •Alton. ; The bride, a niece of Mrs. .Sturgeon, was born in Alton 'and resided here until she was •12 years of age, when the John•;son family moved to Decatur. : She attended MacMurray College in Jacksonville, and grad- ;uated from the University of Illinois. She is a member of •Alpha Xi Delta sorority. ? Prior to her marriage Miss TJohnson was employed in the jDecatur business office of Illi- ;nois Bell Telephone Company. ; Sgt. Ward is a graduate of •the University of Illinois, and ;hls fraternity is Phi Kappa Psi. He is stationed at Fort Leonard : Wood, Mo. Marquette High's Junior- Senior Class Day Another highlight in the series of festivities preceding their graduation was enjoyed Monday afternoon when the 80 seniors in the Marquette graduating class were the honored guests of the junior class at the traditional junior-senior class day held at the high school. After a shortened regular morning session, which included the presentation of awards throughout the school, seniors were dismissed to return early in the afternoon when a short play, Into Life, was presented in their honor. Juniors who participated in the play were: Patricia Dooley, Carol Ann Dean, Celia Orr, Teresa Cradf, Mary Elizabeth Cartwright, Patricia Callahan, Jane Kennedy, Dolores Guccione, Mary War- tjein. Donna Heyne, Elaine Lew- js, Dana Manns, Jacqueline Stone, Diana Huskamp, Mary Meehan, Janice Jun, Joyce Padd|en, Mary Stutz, Mary Lou Miller, Marlene Reinecke, Mary Lou McClintock, Dan Davey, John Dooling, James Gaul, Bob Kilgo, Don Furgason, and Darryl Siemer. After the play the guests were Invited to the school cafeteria which they tntered through a cleverly decorated rainbow entrance with the fabulous pots of gold on either side. Individual rainbows and tiny pots of gold, marked each place while prophecies were read in rhyme by Mary Meehan as she stood near ; another rainbow arrangement \ in the midst # tne tables, and ' dUw the promising futures from out th* tpt of gold at its end. James Winkter, president of the senior class, responded in th9 names of the seniors by reading their will and making MISS WRIGHT Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Juanila Darlone Wright, daughter of Mrs. Hatlie Wright, and the late Glenn Wright, of Alby street road, to Allen Lewis Plumb, son of Mrs. Viola Pin- koxvskl of 254 Madison avenue. The couple plan a fall wedding. Mr. Plumb is an employe of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and his fiancee is a student at Alton High School. Travel Club to Meet At the Wagon Wheel •Travel Club will close its 1951-1952 season with a dinner Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, at the Wagon Wheel. MISS LASATER The engagement of Miss Jean Lasater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lasater of McLeansboro, to Pfc. Walter Neumann of Bethalto, was made known Friday at a tea given by Mrs. Lasater at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ernst. As guests arrived they received cards representing miniature garden gales which when opened, revealed the news, "Jean and Bud—to be wed in the near future." The Ernst home was decorated with bouquets of spring flowers and the refreshment table was centered with a tiny house and garden, representing the future home of the couple. Mrs. William Cika, Lemay, Mo., and Mrs. Don Harris of Bethalto, cousins of the prospective bride, presided at the tea table. Miss Lasater graduated from, ' the McLeansboro High School with the 1952 class. Pfc. Neumann, son of Waller Neumann of Bethalto, and Mrs. Ted Sanders, 633 Madison avenue, Wood River, graduated from Roxana High School in 1950, and before leaving for service, he worked with his father, a contractor in Be- 1 hallo. Pfc. Neumann is serving with the 28th division stationed in Germany. I're-Xiiptlal Party Hold in St. Louis Miss Carol Beth Robertson and her fiance, Donald T. Scott of University City, Mo., were guests of honor at a surprise party given Sunday evening in St. 'Louis by Mrs. Donald G. Farley and Miss Barbara Lay, Alpha Chi Omega sorority sisters of Miss Robertson. The party was given at the home of Mrs. Farley, 5578 Pershing boulevard. Miss Robertson and Mr. Scott received household items as gifts, and,games were in keeping with the household shower theme. Guests from Alton included Miss Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Finlay, 3029 College avenue, her sister, Miss Barbara Robertson, who recently was graduated from the Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis, and Charles E. Musgrave, 803 Roedale avenue. The wedding of Miss Robertson and Mr. Scott will be June 14 at 2:30 o'clock in the First Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gratian, 2439 Maxey avenue, will give a rehearsal dinner the night before. Miss Claire Gallaway a William Woods Graduate Miss Claire Gallaway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gallaway of 1521 Henry street, was graduated from William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gallaway spent the week-end with their daughter, attending pre- commencement activities, and were present at the commencement exercises. Miss Gallaway will leave Friday for Lake Forest, 111., and on Saturday will attend commencement exercises of Ferry Hall Preparatory School Saturday. She .will be an honor attendant forgone of the graduates, Miss Sudle Shelton, of Paducah, Ky, I *MCA Mothers Club , Meeting June 4 Mothers Club will meet at the Young Men's Christian Association at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. All mothers of 'Y' members are welcome to attend the meeting. Belli Gamma Upsllon Dinner Thursday Lambda Alpha , Xi senior chapter. Beta Gamma Upsilon sorority will have a dinner at 7 o'clock Thursday evening, June 5, at Selhime's. Following the dinner officers elect of the chapter will be installed. MISS BLAINE Announcement is being made ,r>f the engagement of Miss Marlene Elaine to Marvin Edwards, by the parents of the'prospec- tive bride, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elaine, 108 Illinois avenue, East Alton. Mr. Edwards is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bryant, 1234 Madison avenue, Madison. He is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed at Norfolk, Va. Miss Elaine attended the East Alton-Wood River High School. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mark Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Henderson, 2880 Hillcrest avenue, were honored at a party Sunday evening planned by their two daughters, Mrs. Leonard Kreid- cr and Mrs. Robert Kincade. The occasion was the twenty- fifth or silver anniversary of .Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, and the party attended by approximately 80 was held in Owens- Illinois Club rooms. The refreshment table was centered with a large wedding cake trimmed with silver leaves and bells. Above the table was a wedding bell with a picture of the couple attached. Punch bowls were at either end of the refreshment table and presiding at them were Miss Marjorie Molloy and Mrs. Donald Bunt. Miss Frieda Bunt was in charge of the-, guest book. Gifts presented to the couple were arranged around the decorated cake. During the evening Miss Frieda Bunt sang "My Wonderful One" and "If" dedicated to the guests of honor. Miss Bunt \yas accompanied by Miss Barbara Immer. Dancing was enjoyed by the guests during the evening. Besides their two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson have three sons: Allen, a junior at Marquette High School; James, who graduates from St. Patrick's school this spring; and Marion, serving with the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Columbus Air Force Base, Columbus, Miss. Marion was the only one of the children not able to attend the party. Keek-Johnson Wedding At Greenfield Church Miss Marjorie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, of Greenfield, became the bride of Lester Ray Keck of New Orleans, La., son of Harley Keck, Sioux City, la., end the late Mrs. Keck, at the Greenfield Methodist church Saturday afternoon. The Rev. George Mayo performed the double ring ceremony before an altar banked with white flowers. Miss Rosemary Mont rose sang, accompanied by Mrs. James Martin, organist. The bride's sister, Miss Alice Johnson.of Detroit, Mich., who will be married later this month, Miss Helen Herrin of Alton, and Miss Faye Psdigo preceded the bride to the altar. The couple met while attending a radio and television training school in Kansas City. Mrs. Keck is a graduate of the Greenfield High School and has been employed in St. Louis. Mr. Keck is engaged in television in New Orleans where they will reside. • A reception followed the ceremony in the church social rooms. Harley Keck of Sioux City, was among the guests. District Board Meeting la Belleville Juue 13 Board of the Twenty-second district, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, will have a meeting at the Community House in Belleville, Thursday. June 12. The session will open at 9:30 o'clock, with MrsMVl. E. Bruce of East St. Louis presiding. TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY HERE — Mr, and Mrs. George H. Paul, now of Dallas, who left Alton 42 years ago to live in Texas, are to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at the E. C. Hoefert home, 2211 Mills avenue, tonight,—Staff photo. Waller-Good! Wedding June 8 at Betlmlto Miss Caroline Gooch, 106 Williams street, Bethalto, and A/2C Glenn R. Waller jr., son, of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Waller sr., 2515 Hampton street, St. Louis, will be married at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, June 8 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Gooch, before a gathering of immediate relatives. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. E. J. Kolb of Highland. A reception will follow the ceremony. The bride has chosen Miss Pat Cato to serve as maid of honor, Judy Gooch will be flower girl, and Jimmy Mennemeyer, ring-bearer. A/2C Dan Maret will attend the groom as best man, and Dick Snodsmith and Dale Minderman will serve as ushers. Miss Gooch is a graduate of the Bethalto and Roxana High schools, and is employed in the main office of Western Cartridge Company. A/2C Waller is a graduate of Southwest High School, St. Louis, and is stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla, After the wedding, the young couple will leave for Panama City, Fla., where they will reside. Altar Society to Have Luncheon Thursday Altar Society of the Old Cathedral will have a luncheon- meeting Thursday at 12:30 o'clock in the club rooms of the rectory. The luncheon will bring the 1951-1952 season to a close. MISS ROGERS Miss Eula Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rogers of Dow, who will be married to Jesse Linder, USN, June 28, was honored May 29 at a party and bridal shower given by Mrs. Leonard Linder of Bethalto. OES Luncheon-Card Party Thursday Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will have a luncheon and oard party Thursday at the Masonic temple on State street. MR. AND MRS. TONER Miss Betty Karl and Pfc. James Toner were married in Las Cruces, N. M., on March 7. in the office of Justice M. N. Nevarez. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Lee Dallape of Wood River, and of George Karl of St. Louis. She attended East Alton-Wood River High School and Beaumont High School, St. Louis. She is employed by the New Home Service System, St. Louis. Pfc. Toner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Toner sr., of Roxana, graduated from Roxana High School with the class of 1949. Before entering service in September, 1951, he was employed by the Laclede Steel Company. He is stationed with the army in Germany. Miss Caroline Gooch Guest of Honor Mrs. Charlotte Haemtnerle gave a party, planned as a surprise, last Thursday in honor of Miss Caroline Goonh, fiancee of A/2C Glenn R. Waller jr. The prospective bride received gifts of a miscellaneous nature from the 12 guests in attendance. Games were prayed, and refreshments were^ served after prizes were awarded to Mrs. N. Cook, M«6. F. Williford and Mrs. M. Chase. Rehearsal Dinner at Rynders Home Mrs. Frank W. Rynders of 1700 -Central avenue will entertain with a rehearsal dinner Thursday night, honoring her son, Pfc. Harold Rynders, and his fiancee, Miss Martha Ann Prullage. Pfc. Rynders arrived in Alton last Thursday from Camp Lejeune, N. C., on a 30- day'leave. The wedding of the couple will take place Saturday at 9 o'clock in Old Cathedral. Miss Prullage was honored last week at « party given by Miss Patricia Dennlson and Miss Mltzte Wolff, at the hdrfie of Mfss Dennlson, 720 Royal street. The bride4o*be received bathroom gifts, Thorlcy Reid Wedding Saturday Raymond Thorley and Audrey Reid were married in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Carllnville, at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, and the ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Almyr Anderson. Mrs. Paul Combes was her sister's matron of honor and Kenneth Anderson was best man. Paul Combes and Ronald Anderson were groomsmen. Kenneth and Ronald are brothers and Paul Combes is a brother-in-law of the bride. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorley of Providence, R. I. He is employed by the Sinclair Refining Company. Mr, Thorley and his bride will reside at 618 North Broad street, Carlinville. Luncheon Monday for Edward L. Rcdflcld Edward L. Redfield, who was graduated Monday morning from Shurlleff College, was honored at a luncheon given by Mrs. Redfield (lola Arnold) following commencement exercises, The party took place at the Rodfield home, 618a Spring St., and Mrs. Lvnn Beiscr assisted Mrs. Redfield in serving. Pink roses were used in the decorative scheme, and miniature graduate caps were favors. Among the 14 guests were Mr. Redfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Redfield, and sister, Mrs. George Husband, of East St. Louis. Mr. Redfield, who received his BA degree from Shurtleff, will continue his studies at Cen- .tral Seminary in Kansas City next fall. He is pastor of Bun- kun Baptist Mission, East St. Louis, AMERICA'S FAVORITE WHITE LINEN SHELL PUMP SHOtS mm 218 STATE ST. Pial 3-1531 .GOULDEVG'S. Our 100th-Year —Jewelers in Alton. tr" Ellin DtLuxi slwtlttMuter. 17 s^r^fcSs'wM ffi,rt'^r*65~ '87 50 " Tii< nidi win UK M«t Ui»< MM fwM Tin m Whether your graduate is active in sports or service minded—or if she's marriage minded, the one gift sure to bring pleasure is an Klgin watch with the heart that never breaks. Cpme in now and see our complete selections. Prices start at $33.75 including federal tax. tc'coiutr* In Hied— Registered Jeweler —American Gem Society GOULDING'S ^•^ Store Hours.: 9 to 5 > Fridiy 9 to 9. ^^ MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM CRAWFORD CARROLL JR. were married in St. Patrick's Church Saturday morning by the Rev. John Crosson. The couple are shown leaving the churcn sanctuary and they are preceded by tiny Connie jo Luddecke. flower girl, me bride is the former Miss Mary Darlene Coles.—Staff photo. James Carrow Receives Dental Surgery Degree Aides Certificates Awarded Monday Members of Alpha Psi chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, in meeting Monday night at 8 o'clock, in the Mineral Springs Hotel, received certificates from Paul Zieke of the Red Cross in recognition of having completed an orientation course in staff aide work jindcr the Red Cross. They are now qualified staff aides for the American Red Cross. Officers for 1952-1953 were Installed, and Miss Wilma Fahrenhorst, retiring head, was presented %vith a past president's gavel. Officers are Miss Virginia Hughson, president; Miss Elizabeth Plumlee, vice-president; Miss Melba Boede, recording secretary; Mrs. William Burt, corresponding secretary; Miss Quindara Paddock, treasurer, and Miss Hazelle Cro- neau, educational director. , The chapter will have a picnic at La Vista June 12. <. James Carrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carrow, 201 East Thirteenth street, was graduated this morning from St. Louis University School of Dentistry, receiving his degree in de'ntal surgery. Mr. Carrow resided with his wif« (the former Miss June Crawley of St. Louis) and eight-month-old son, Chris, at 4955 Arlington avenue, St. Louis. A graduate of Mar- quetle High School, Carrow received his B. S. degree from St. Louis University in 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Carrow were at the commencement held in Kiel Auditorium, and also attended baccalaureate exercises at St. Francis Xavicr Church (College Church) on Grand avenue, Monday night. Reds Shoot Gorman BERLIN, June 3, IP — Communist police shot and killed a Rus-, sian zone German who tried to break through their road blockade and reach free West Berlin, wesl sector police reported today. MISS BAKER . Miss Margie Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Baker, 24 Eckhard avenue, Wood River, will become the bride of Sgt. 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