Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 20, 1956 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20,1956 Society... MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. PRIEST (Photo Art shop) ANN BEARD, GEORGE PRIEST WED IN CHERRY STREET CHURCH — •• In a setting of white gladioli, woodwardin and candelabra Miss Anna Marie Beard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Beard, 1123 Brown St., became the bride of George Everette Priest, son of Mrs. Paul Myers, 322 Main St., and Floyd Priest of Weiner, Ark., at 7:30 o'clock last evening in Cherry Street Baptist Church. The bride's brother, the Rev. John H. Beard of Lake Jackson, Tex., assisted by the Rev. W. Freeman Privett, performed the ceremony. Miss Earline Linville served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Bailey, Mrs. John H. Beard and Miss Katherine Priest, sister of the groom. Roger M. Hull served the bridegroom as best man. Anton Maggos, David J. Mus- graves'and Jack F. Hammon were groomsmen. Norbert Meier and Gordon Early escorted guests to their seats. Sally Marie Hammon BUFFET LUNCHEON WILL BEGIN MEETEVG SERIES A buffet luncheon at 12:30 p.m. next Wednesday at the Young Women's Christian Association will start the fall series of membership -meetings, according to Mrs. James Adams, who is assisting Mrs. William H. Thomas, membership chairman. Purpose of the luncheon is to introduce new YWCA members to the current program, the facilities, and to give them general information about the YWCA. The staff of the"YWCA, all of whom are new with the exception of the health education director, will be presented. Mrs. John Webb will start the program following lurich with an informative talk about 1he YWCA in Alton entitled "See What You Got Into." Miss Janet Waring, who is on the national staff of the YWCA, regionally based in Chicago, will be present and will bring greetings from the national board and staff as well as comment on over-all programs of the YWCA. She will be visiting in Alton three days and will meet with various YW committees . In conclusion, new members will be given a complete tour of the building. Reservations for the luncheon are requested and should be made by Tuesday noon by calling the YWCA. ^ JANET JARRETT BRIDE OF ALLEN LEE ROBERTS Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lee Roberts are residing at 918 Main St., following their marriage, Saturday -evening at 7 o'clock, in the Edwards Street Assembly of God parsonage. The pastor, the Rev. J. W. Ellsworth, read the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Roberts, the former Miss Janet Rae Jarrett, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry A. Jarrett, 1920 Jersey St. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roberts who live at 2805 Sanford Ave. Miss Esther Theisen was sole attendant tor Miss Barrett, who was attired n a brown suit, with pink accessories. She wore a baby orchid corsage. Gtrald 15, Hise was best man. Mr, Roberts is employed at McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Lcuis. His t'r' J e was s--ad- uated this spring from Alton High School, where Mr. Les also attended. t Sheraln Baker Feted At Dinner Party Miss Sherain Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Baker of Greenwood Lane, Godfrey, was guest of honor Thursday at dinner on the occasion of her 17th birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lathey Rexford and son, Mr, and Mrs. George Gillespie, and daughter, Georgia Lee, Paulette and Barbara, and the Misses Pauline Kehr, Janice Wallers and Sally Berg. Miss Baker was the reeij>- ients of gifts. _$— Trinity Aid Sut-lety limn Mr*. YViiken Mrs, William Wilken addressed members of Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church Thursday at their dessert meeting in the church. She spoke on "Participation in the Crusade lor Christ Mission." Mr*. Walter Gade was accepted as a new member and Mrs. Charles Restow and Mrs. Beutah Cockrell were guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilken, Mr*. Martin Leinibach, Mrs. T. 8. Wamw and Mrs. L, p. WeWing. Mrs. T. Hunt and Mrs. Alfred Brandt were named to the nominating iKwnmlttee, Thj> meeting closed with Devotions -by Mr*. %» was flower girl and the Misses Ruby Slice and Patricia Eades lighted the candles. The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown of lace over white satin designed with a stand-up color and long sleeves. The full skirt formed a chapel length train and was worn over crinoline and hoops. Her fingertip length veil was held by a small lace cap adorned with sequins. She carried a white Bible overlaid with a white orchid and stepbanotis, and draped with love knots. The bride's attendants were attired identically in strapless gowns of cherry coral velvet, worn over hoops and with boleros. Their velvet headbands matched their dresses, and they carried Fuji chrysanthemums. The flower girl wore a dress of white taffeta and tulle with matching head band and carried a basket of white pompons. Max Hodges of Shurtleff College, served as organist and the Rev. W. R. Kimbrough was vocalist. The couple received relatives and friends in the social rooms of the church after the ceremony. Mrs. E. L. Patison, Mrs. II. Ash and Mrs. Earl Bailey were in charge of arrangements for the reception. Mrs. T. P. Coultas and Miss Mary Lou Halstenberg served the punch, and Mrs. H. Simmons and Miss Tina Stilz cut the cake. At the gift table were Miss Joann Boyer and Mrs. Gary Hendricks. Miss Grace Doerr presided over the guest book. The groom is a graduate of Alton High School and is attending Shurtleff College where he is president of Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. He is a member of the Alton Municipal Band and is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. as a mathematician. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and attended Shurllelf College. She Is employed in the Claims Depart* mc'nt of Millers Mutual Insurance Association of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Priest will reside at 3211 College Ave. Karen Trout Feted On 14th Ulrtiulay Miss Karen Trout, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry J. Trout of Godfrey, was guest of honor ai a birthday party last evening in the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Trout, Godfrey, in observance of her 14th birthday, The honoree received gilts, from ten friends attending the parly. Games were played and prizes won by (he Misses Diana Voorhees and (.'arol Vann. The party djacJuded with a wiener roast. |r BOWMAN-McCAWLE* VOWS SAID TODAV At nuptial high mass, in St. Michael's Catholic Church in Greenfield this morning at 10 o'clock, Miss Donna Faye Me- Cawley, daughter of Mrs. Kenneth Ornellas of Chesterfield and W. A. McCawley of Belleville, became the bride of Norman Bauer Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kcdrnl Bowmnn of Greenfield. Father Boll officiated and said mass. John Hayes of Greenfield was vocal soloist, with Miss Lor- ctta Hales as organist. The choir sang the nuptial high mass. The altar was decor- nted with fall bouquets and the church pews were marked with white satin bows centered with green ferns. The bride entered the church with her father and attendants were Miss Janice McCawley, sister of the bride, and %loe Longmeyer Jr. Ushers were George Lahr and Robert Wiggins. The maid of honor wore a ballerina length gown of mint green net over taffeta. She carried a fall bouquet of pom pons and mums. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of nylon tulle and chantilly lace over lustrous bridal satin. The bodice was designed with short sleeves and a big yoke of lace featuring a Sabrina neckline. The bouffant skirt of tulle was fitted on a scalloped hip yoke outlined with lace and adorned with lace ap- pliques. Her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion was held in place by a half hat of chantilly lace and edged with seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book, topped with a white orchid with a shower of satin streamers and lilies of the valley. A reception followed in the church hall. The bridal table was centered with a four tier wedding cake. Cutting of the cake was done by Miss Mildred Cook and Miss Barbara Smith. Punch was served by Miss JoAnn Talkington and Miss Lu- .cille Quarton. The guest book was in charge of Mrs. John Talley and Mrs. Donald Brunstein presided over the gift table. In the afternoon the couple left on a wedding trip to Kentucky and Tennessee. When they return the\ couple will reside in the Fricks apartments, on North Broad street, Carlinville. Mrs. Bowman is a graduate of Carlinville Community High School and is employed as secretary for the Woodmansee- Donnelly Insurance Agency in Carlinville. Mr. Bowman is a graduate of Greenfield Community High School and is' engaged in farming and is also employed by the Mark-Atkins Construction Co., Carlinville. Mrs. Goldie Jones Weds Herbert Blake at Home Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blake are residing at 824 Whittier St., Wood River, after their marriage Sunday in the home of the bride's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, 118 E. Maple St., Hartford. The bride was formerly Mrs. Goldie Jones of Hartford. The bridegroom is employed by Stacker Heating and Plumbing Co. as a salesman. The wedding ceremony was read by the Rev. William Bonn of East Alton. Attendants for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams of Waterloo. Dinner was served following the ceremony, in the Jones residence. Mrs. Nora Schmidt and Mrs. Verna Schmidt served. Out of town*guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox, Ironton, Mo.; Mrs. Ethel Fischer, Pilot Knob, Mo., a daughter of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wampler also of Pilot Knob, daughter and son-in-law of the bride; Mrs. Lola Partbn, Middle Brook, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennison, St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dennison, Lemay, Mo. —*— Local Talent Show' Staged At Dance Last Night Teenagers attending the De- Molay-Rainbow Friday night Dance last evening in Franklin Masonic Temple were entertained with a talent show. Tim Graul and Sam Schmitt performed in a magic act and a quartet of DeMolays, Don Dcnby, Don Sherer, Ken Schoek and Jim Bogenstein sang the Bus Stop Song. The Sherur sisters, Barbara and Beverly, sang Tonight You Belong to Me. The show closed with a satire skit of a television show, "Information Please" with Orvillo Brown and Don Meugor serving as masters of ceremonies. Tonight 100 members of Rainbow and DeMolay will go on a hay ride on the William Golike farm in Fosterburg, A wiener roast will follow the hay ride, Mr*. Norvell to \Vod Announcement is being made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Mrs. Myrtle Norvell, 915 Royal St., to Joseph LaMar Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fischer, 1001 Liberty St. The wedding will be an event of Out. 27 at ?:30 o'clock in Cherry Street Baptist Church parsonage. Mrs. Norvell, a daughter of the late Mrs. Kate Chilian of Alton, is employed by Bonnie Beauty Salon. The Mature Parent 'When I Was Your Age' Line Isn't Really Pride at All MR. AND MRS. BOBBIE G. TURNER Births Photo) FERN FENSTERMAN, BOBBIE TURNER MARRIED IN BUNKER HILL, Miss Fern L. Fensterman, • • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fensterman of Bunker Hill and Bobbie G. Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Turner of Linneus, Mo., exchanged double ring wedding vows last evening, at 8 o'clock in Berean Baptist Cnurch, Bunker Hill. The Rev. Ralph Crotty officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Henry E, Taube of Bunker Hill was organist and F. Joe Waggoner of St. Louis was vocalist. Palms, bouquets of chrysanthemums, and candelabra decorated the church. Mrs. G. Carl Carpenter, nee Harriett Miller, of Tallara, Peru, formerly of Bunker Hill, attended the bride. Jack E. Moore of Equality, ,111., was best man. Ushers were Glenn Scroggins and Wayne Hill. The bride entered the church with her father wearing a ballerina length gown of scalloped Venise lace featuring a deep V neck, three-quarter length sleeves, and a gathered skirt. Her scalloped shoulder length veil was attached to a circlet of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Carpenter wore a dress designed with V neck and three quarter length sleeves in a parchment shade. The draped bodice formed a small tie-fullness in back and the skirt extended from a low waistline. Her accessories were blue and she carried a bouquet of red roses. A reception followed the ceremony in the church social rooms. Mrs. Billy Morris, Purdin, Mo., sister of the groom, Mrs. Glenn Scroggins, Mrs. Wayne Heal and Mrs. Fred Roberts served. The groom, who resided on Washington avenue until his marriage, attended L i n n e u s High School, Linneus, Mo., and Chillicothe Business College, Chillicothe, Mo. He is employed _ T , -, •, -rrr-n by American Smelting & Refin- Nurses Counselor Will ing Co. His bride, who lived at 1130 West Ninth St., until her wedding, is a graduate of Meissner High School in Bunker Hill, and is employed in the estimating department of McDonnell Aircraft Corp. After a short wedding trip the couple will reside in a home Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garvey ofr 848 Danforth St., are parents of a son, whom they have named Timothy Alan. The baby was born at 1:06 a. m. Fridal in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds and four ounces. i The name of Dale Frank has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klunk of Rt. 1, Dow, for a son, their fourth child. The baby, weighing eight pounds and five ounces, was born at 10:34 a. m. Friday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The infant, born by Ceasarean section, and Mrs. Klunk, were reported "doing nicely." • Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs! Willis R. Ealey of 632 Elfgen St. The baby, weighing seven pounds and six ounces, was born at 9 a. m. Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Their ninth child, a daughter, By MRS. MURIEL LAWBENCB One evening Bert Fraser's father caught his mother passing him extra money to finance a date. He blew up. "Broke again, huh?" he demanded. Flinging down his paper, he cried, "If you'd gotten yourself a job this summer instead of loafing around all day, you wouldn't have to come crying to your mother tor two bucks! Call yourself a man, do you? Why, when I was your age, I was giving my mother money, not taking it. At night I was loo tired from packing trucks all day to go on joyrides like you. Maybe what you need isn't college this fall but a little hard work in a shipping room. . . ." Bert's response to this outburst had not been eagerness to earn his own money, but sullen, frightened recoil from the whole prospect of making any money-earning effort at all. Why not? His father's resentment of his own working youth burned right through the words that pretended pride in it Of course it scared Bert. As usual it hardened his normal adolescent reluctance to test himself in a first job into certainty that he'd fail in it. Without quite knowing how he felt, Bert thought, "O.K., if earning money is so, tough that only a giant of endurance can stand it, who am I to try it?" Mr. Fraser better stop swindling himself—and acknowledge how bitterly he feels about his hard-working youth. Bert's going to have to get around to a job sooner or later; and this old undigested resentment in his father has been discouraging him. Bitterness Builds Up In our country where we take such pride in "self-made" success, we don't always make allowance for the bitterness that can build up in us during those old, lonely "self-making" struggles. But as we enviously see our own adolescent children spared them, we can't bear it. Our bitterness explodes from us, not in the direct words, "Oh, how I resent my hard-working Personals Out of town guests attending the wedding of Miss Ann Beard and George Priest last evening in Cherry Street Baptist Church were Miss Louise Caylor and the Misses Margaret and Helen Mink, Lafayette, Intl.; the Mesdames Henry and William Ham* mon and Mr. and Mrs. George Leitze of Winchester; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ranthum. Paul Ranthum and Mrs. Lydia Ranthum of Rockwell City. Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Coultas of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Pilz of Edwards St. have as guests Mr. Pilz's parents, Mr. and Mis, Martin P. Pilz of Waussau, Wis. Churches Adult Bible Class of Grace Methodist Church will meet Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs, 729 Park Dr. A pot- will be served after which a business meeting and social hour will be held. A lift for your spirit as well as your costume is a new piece of costume jewelry now and then. Such an addition is an inexpensive sort of first-aid for morale. MR. AND MRS. DONALD KNOX who were married recently in Assembly of God parsonage, Cottage Hills, the bride is the former Miss Ruth Goodrich. <E«|CT Photo Shop) Junior Service League Hears Police Lt. S. Harold Roberts Seven 'Nevers* Help Fashion Happy In-Laiv Relationship By RUTH MILLETT Prime rules for being a first- class mother-in-law: Never criticize the person your child married, either to the married child, to your own friends or to other members of the family. When you run down the girl your son married or the man your daughter chose you are also demeaning your own child's choice of a marriage partner. Never offer unmasked-for advice. Scout Fund Drive Starts At Brighton Lt. S. Harold Roberts of the Police Department »d- members of Junior Service League Thursday afternoon at theiB luncheon meeting in Hotel Stratford. He told of the problems of child molestation and the need for better legislation by the stat» so that the law can cope adequately with offenders. Lt. Roberts explained the pur- P'se and aims of the Youth Camp which is being built by Alton police and told of some of th* problems they face in completing the project. A question and answer period followed his talk. A business meeting was pre- the hardships we endured. By contrasting our tough youth with Bert's soft one, we can not only boast of our great endurance, but declare our secret, and bitter belief that we were badly to But BUI Jg tQ ^^ unadmitted re . sentment has tricked us into ex- BRIGHTON — William Downs, sided over by Mrs. C. B. Belknap It may not be easy to district representative of Piasa after luncheon when reports quietly stand by and watch a Bjrd Council was the principal were heard from comminc* £°" speaker at the "kick off" meet- chairmen. ing for the Boy Scout financial To Buy Rocking Incubator drive Tuesday night at the Le- The league voted to purchase a rocking incubator for Memor- James Hughes, drive chair- ial Hospital nursery after hear- man, divided the village and ing a talk by Mrs. George Mil- Never feel that your child's surround j ng territory into sec- nor, chairman of the Alton Me- first loyalty should be to you. tions and then named tj, e follow- morial Hospital Cart. First loyalty of a husband and . !e to be cnai ,. ma n of wife must be to each other if are mistakes. Besides, . „ .. they have a right to make their p °" „,,,«. own errors. Odell Thomas, 216 Elble St., Wood River, at 1:54 p.m. Friday at Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schumacher of New London, Conn., formerly of this vicinity, are parents of a second son and child, born at 1 a. m. today in Lawrence Memorial Hospital, New London. The baby weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. The elder child, Jim, is 4. Mrs. Schumacher, the former Miss Betty Carr, is the daughter of Mrs. •Mary Carr, of Alton, and the late C. A. Carr. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Williiam Schumacher. The grandparents are in New London. . _, i J liter VI 6 W nere lliesaay Fisk, counselor for the early jobs—and terrified Bert so he "dares not seek any for himself. To help him recover from his fear of working, we must admit our feeling so that he can see how it has been manipulating both of us. Put Halloween iesTo J.V/O JL \f to u. hfto del themselves what is im™ ™ Mrs. William Wynkoop, chair- areas during the house to mafl o f Geriatrics, received ap- house canvass: Merle Schmidt, pr0 val from tho membership to Eugene Orban, Willard Living- purchase a new set of ea ston. Eugene Bott, Mrs. Robert f or usc by patients of Villa Eveland, Mrs. Guy Northcuu, race Convalescent Home. «"«»« „.,„ Kruse. Mrs. William Dan-, Mrs. Mrs. Donald McLain announced that an open forum on they '" uaci """ ••"•""" "•"•• -"-• nounced tnat an open torum on Jack Rice, Mrs. Harold Dodge, , he Mental Hca!tn ainic sub _ Mrs. Robert Schallenberg, Mrs. ,- oct W . |U ^ held jn her hom(s Earl Lambert, Burneil Meach- Nov 14 _ wh ,. n , he Rev Reuben am, and Robert Williamson. Baerwald will be present to an- Cheerleaders BRIGHTON _ Friday mem- they have purchased on Francis drive, Godfrey, ^ Delta Kappa Sub-Debs Initiate Thursday Delta Kappa Sub-Debs initiated new pledges Thursday evening in the home of Miss Carolyn Cushman, 3526 California Ave. Pledges are the Misses Donna Davis, Julie Ward, Eleanor Drake, Ann Bryan, Judy Lenhardt, Nan Schwab, Jeanette Walker, Nancy Russell, Judy Romano, Pat Staten, Judy Calendar, Carol Brewster, Carol Barco, Judy Ohley, Linda Fors, Judy Richard, Sandy Fensler, JoAnn Elkins, Diane Bowker, Carol Wolfbrandt and Pat Martin. Refreshments were served following the ceremony by the Misses Linda Naugle, Carol Sun Crawford and Kay Gloss. November Brido-to-Be Honored In Botlialto Miss Shirley Oetken, November brlde<elect was honored last evening at a pre-bridal shower in Bethalto Presbyterian Church. Hostesses were the Misses Marilyn Brown, Anita Whited, Judy Doolen and Mary Oetken. tion's professional counseling and placement service, Chicago, will be available for conferences and personal interviews in Alton on Tuesday 1SNA headquarters announced today. As a representative of Illinois State Nurses' Association, Miss Fisk provides job counseling and placement service free of charge to nurses and employers. Appointments with Miss Fisk must be arranged in advance through these local members of the association: Sister Delphine, St. Joseph's Hospital and Miss Hilda De- Prates, 3016 Burton avenue. Miss Fisk's current field trip will also provide service in Centralia, Salem, Mt. Vernon, East St, Louis and Belleville. In hard water, large amounts of soap are needed to form a lather, because curds develop first. When soft water is used, a small amount of soap will quickly form a thick lather. Proxy Shower Honors Airs. Clyde MvDuuielft Mrs. Clyde McDaniels, who moved several months ago from Alton to Salinas, Calif., was honored at a stork shower given in Alton Friday evening by a group of relatives. The gifts will be mailed to Mrs. McDaniels. The party was' held at the home of Mrs. McDaniels' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Pink and white was used in Ruyle, Humbert Court, God- color motif and a large bride frey, with 21 guests in attend- doll centered the table where gifts of a personal nature were arranged. Prizes for games were awarded to Mrs, Carl Wilson, Mrs. Guy Whited and Mrs. Al Bruns. After tho honoree opened her gifts the hostesses served refreshments, Miss Oetken will marry Lt. Pwane Bruns Sunday, Nov. 18 URBANA — With your help, children's Halloween energies and interests can be valuable rather than destructive, says E. H. Regnier, University of Illinois rural recreationist. Since children are looking for active ways to celebrate Hallow- e'en, plan events to include them and your family and neighborhood. When the youngsters help you plan and give a party, they will probably forget about mischievous deeds, says Regnier. You might have an open "spooky" house featuring flabby string mops, clammy spaghetti and noodles, dried chicken bones, scratchy egg shells,, cold rubber gloves, slippery olives and weird witches and goblins — all against a background of recorded sounds and noises. Sharing through UNICEF is a valuable way to observe Halloween, says Regnier. This is the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund that is sponsored, in many communities, by ministerial associations. Instead of getting "tricks or for themselves, young- take contributions for this Un organization. These funds are used to provide milk, drugs, vaccines and equipment for maternal and child welfare centers in abouj 95 countries and territories. Many communities begin their celebration of Halloween with parades in the afternoon. In the evening they have picnics or barbecues and finish up the festivities with a bonfire and community sing. Covering or wrapping butter tightly is recommended to prevent the absorption of foreign flavors from other foods. The original parchment or foil wrapper plus the wax carton provide ample protection, if they're kept closed. Never Takes Sides Never hang around to take sides in a husband-and-wil'e argument. You can always find business somewhere else if you really ^"^ ^ Brighton junior High want to be a non-interfering assembled in the gymn asiuni and mother-in-law. elected cheerleaders for the 1956- Never forget that your child 57 season . fc irla -elected were isn't perfect or expect his mar- Ruth p Cafol riage partner to suit you in every ^ Roge ^ &nA respect. Never compare your sons-in- law or daughters-in-law if you have more than one. Accept the fact that each child probably married the person he or she needed. Those are rules that are easier they will pay off for any woman who has the determination to follow them, no matter what self- S wer questions the Le- Sisco. Elizabeth Eddington and Shirley King were substitutes. PAD IjUi rtM ,«« OIllcll At Carlin Rebekah Lodge 24S will sponsor a rummage sale Wednesday starting at 9 o'clock at 517 Belle St. Anyone having articles to donate should contact Mrs. A. Lavern Van Ausdoll or Mrs. Orville Hatcher. Bethalto Club Plans Bake Sale BRIGHTON — Southwest Macoupin County Republican Worn- BETHALTO. — Gene Berg, en's Club met Thursday evening ho( f p president of Bethalto Mr. at the home of Mrs. Oorge St. and Mrs. Democratic Social Cin. Club, announced today that 1h« Mrs. Pauline Rinaker, Repub- W omen of that group will spon- lican candidate for state senator sor a bafce sale Saturda> in tht for the 38th district, and Orval C I UD rooms at 110 Mill St. candidate for State The sale, conducted to raise representative for the 52nd dis- funds fo ,. t j )e dub tTeasury trict, were guest speakers. Job's Daughters To Have Party T AU T * 1 * 'T' "'^ 1" cs u a T a o : ""n- begin at 10 a.m. and jn sale will In AltOn 1 OlUgllt Mrs - Ed Kllehne1 ' Rfi P ubllcan he. pastries, pies and cookies. n Committee women announced a Mrg> Rober , Coopcr L chail . man WOOD RIVFR - Miss Gloria free bing ° party f ° r al) W0men <* the bake sale committee. WOOD RIVER - Miss uioiia of the area at lhc Amcrican Le . Stuppench. i-'nior princess of M Tues£j Qct 23 at International Order of Jobs ,. 30 Fftsftiott Flrstf Daughters of Bethel 88, will give V 0 ii' j n _ the meet j nE refresh- a Halloween party from 8 to 11 Jj£°JJJ sened by the hoj. Now's the time to check your p.m. today at her home in Alton Sf O n S e rVfreshment table wal<drobe «Wh»t what's at the for Bethel members. J£ a birhdav cake baked and deanerS ° r '" St ° raBC< That WilV The Mothers' Club will spon- decoial ed[ b! Mrs Norvnie Ban"- ter °° at WU1 be ° f ra ' 8hty little a bake sale at 9 a.m., Oat. m 27, a' Kramer Wood River. on Elefctno Co in ', ', "T,"',",' -—•;--"—••- t na t first bitter-cold day which ho , s bir , hday< H ; s ( He ^ ^^ to shQw . n y^ ^^ . cake recipe was used. Birthday «•,,..,„„ Nov. i will be "New Members _„„.,_.,,. „,„„. sent , 0 the ,. Muie. Night" and will serve to honor S by those piesen? Leave a note for Santa where the new members who have / * ! hubby's bound to see it, if you're been initiated this term. Nov. 23 Butter should be placed in the yearning for a cardigan sweater will be installat-on of jfficers. refrigerator immediately when fashioned of one of the synthet- Those /telling the birthday received in the home and kept ics. They wash quickly, dry in a bunk were Sue Walk-v, Patty In- at q temperature of 40 degrees jiffy and are heartwarmers for gold. Betty Earrtley. After the F. or lower. the cold winter days ahead, meeting the Rirls, council men> b rs and gnesis, met in the dining room and scng "For He's a Jolly Gooo Fellow" for Edwin Doerr, Refreshments were then served by Brenda _..xtoi., chairman; Bonnie. Burhanan. Gloria Stupperivh, Judy Berry, Georgia Hutchinson. Betty Lawrence, Mariann Brown and Sandra Vaughn. ance. Co-hostesses of Mrs. Ruyle were Mrs. Robert St. Peters, Mrs. James Ruyle, Mrs. Woodrow Kohler, Mrs» Wayno Inlow, and Mrs. John Boyle. Mrs. McDaniels, the former Miss Rose Mary Ruyle, and her husband, Pvt. McDaniels, moved to California last March where Pvt. McDaniels is with jn B e I h a 1»o Presbyterian the U. S. Army, helicopter di lurch. vision. RUG CLEANING! 9'xl2' RUG $7.56 Wall' to Walt Carpeting and Dphul.tered I'roteulonally Cleaned tb» MAX STEINDEL, Conductor Presents- Martha Deatherage Robert Oldham —Soprano ' —Pianist WEST JUNIOR HI SCHOOL Mondoy, Oct. 22 8:19 P.M. — Adult* fl.«0 studtuti 6'P Korpet-Kore WAY Fret Estimate! — Work Guaranteed Store itourit 7i30 A. M. to OlOP P. W. Ooliy, Including ^l&c CARPET C9

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