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TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1956 Society... Lodges MR. AND MRS. GERALD L. RHOADS (Ncvlin Pholo) MR. AND MRS. STARR ANDERSON (Graveinan Studio Photo) JANET BARNETT BECOMES BRIDE OF STARR ANDERSON SATURDAY The altar of First Church of — — • Christ (Christian), Wood River, was flanked with palms, mums and candelabra Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock when Miss Janet Harriett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil C. Barnett, 217 McCasland Ave., East Alton, became the bride of Starr Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, 224 Bond Ave., East Alton. The,Rev. E. Porler Estes officiated at the ceremony. The bride and her father were preceded to the altar by the Misses Janice Melvin, maid of honor and Sandy Renshaw, bridesmaid. Phillip E. Barnett, brother of the bride served as best man and Wayne Henson was groomsman. Carl Henson, George Combs, Tom Lawrence and Jim Loyd showed guests to their seats. The bride appeared In a full length gown of sheer nylon net tulle and ChantiUy lace over white satin featuring a torso effect and long lace sleeves. Her fingertip length veil was attached to a small hat of embroidered nylon lace studded with pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid and stephanotis. Attendants In Red The attendants' waltz length gowns of American beauty red nylon lace over taffeta and tulle were Identically designed with scooped necklines, in off-the- shoulder effect, and cap sleeves. They had matching cumber- bunds and long hemline sashes. The full skirts of starched lace were worn over hoops. They wore headpieces of white ivy leaves with eye veils and carried bouquets of white pompons. Mrs, Louis Hudson was organist and Mrs. John Lowery sang. A reception in social rooms of the church followed the ceremony. Mrs. Carl Henson, Mrs. George Combs, Mrs. Kd Wood, Miss Loretla Haydon, Miss Lela Abernathy and Mrs. Larry So- por served. The cake and punch bowl were surrounded with garlands of smilax arranged with white pompons. The bride and groom are graduates of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. After two years active duty with the U. S. Navy, Mr. Anderson is employed by Olin Mathinsun Chemical Corp. Tlis bride is employed by Shell Oil Co. In school she was elected to membership in the National Honor Society and was a member of National Thespians, Big Sisters and was Prom Queen in 1956. The newlyweds are residing at 25 W. Beach St., Wood River. JOHNSON-MATH 1 AS NUPTIALS READ Miss Mary Ann Mathins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Campbell, 514 Delrnar Ave., Hartford, and Paul Chris Johnson, son of Mrs. Connie Johnson, 102 W. Date St., Hartford, exchanged double ring wedding vows Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in St. Mary's rectory before the Rev. Father James A. Suddes. Mrs. Kenneth Zumwalt Jr. and Erwin A. Mathins were attendants for the couple. The bride wore a waltz length gown of nyion tulle and Chant il- ly lace over satin designed with a snug strapless bodice and a full skirt extended by hoops. A bolero fashioned with tiny collar and long sleeves completed the gown. Her fingertip length veil was attached to a pearl headpiece. Mrs. Zumwalt was attired in a beige strapless dress of heavy brocade designed with an empire waist, and a full skirt. Her jacket had three quarter length sleeves. A reception was held after the ceremony in the Moose Lodge in Wood River. Mrs. Lynn France and Mrs. Ed Bryant served, and Miss Pat Caldwell presided over the guest book. The bride and groom nre graduates of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mr. Johnson is employed by Alton Banking and Trust and his bride is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. The couple is residing in nn apartment at 204 Central Ave., Wood River. .-.»._ Buyer Baby Christened In St. Patrick's Church Christy Ann Boyer, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Ray Boyer, 724 Royal St., was christened Sunday afternoon in St. Patrick's Church by the Rev. John Crosson. .Sponsors for the baby were Mi's. Buyer's mirit anti uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Murphy of St. Louis. Mrs. Murphy is the former Miss Frances Cousins of Alton. The dress in which Christy Ann was attired for her christening was worn by her paternal grandfather at his christening 50 years ago. She is the fourth of the Boyer children to \\car the dross. A bullet dinner was served after the ceremony in the home of the child's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Boyer, paternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cousins, maternal grandparents, were in attendance. Also present wore Mr. and Mrs. George Kawula, St. Ixniis, and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lamb. Cse the easy-to-reach and •-*-• easy-to-see locations for storing 5 'r. ami Mrs. Leimbach Host* the things most often used. fOV CAA' tpare yoartrU plenty of minute* at the iron- Iflf board by usini trouter- erraten (or your jouoKiteiV (lack* and »borl*. from »i/e two up. Slip tlirin on form* when they're damp, and Utey'll dry in »ood tiiape. f UM, *»» *« At Dinner Parly Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. I.oimbach entertained Dr. and Mrs. William B. Heynf and Curtis E. Bolden, all of Si. Louis, with dinner in Alton Room of Hotel Stratford .Sunday evf-ning. Dr. Heyne conducted a niriss choir rehearsal, will) .Mi 1 . Holdon as accompanist, in Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday attor- noon, in preparation for the Lutheran Reformation Service to be hold in East Alton-Wood River Community High School Auditorium next Sunday morn- Ing at 10:30. Mr. Leimbach arranged the rehearsal. Every wardrobe has to be altered from year to year. Your favorite wool dress will need the hemline changed, your crepe will need adjustment at the waistline, your pot skirt will nood to be taken in n little. Don't put off liif- alterations. It detracts from an attractivi? appearance to wear clothei Uie(t aren't carefully fitted. i miOADS-GOEKEN VOWS IN CHURCH SATURDAY Evangelical and Reformed Church was the setting Saturday evening at 7 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Rosemary (tiiekcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loo Goeken G12 Forest Ave., and Gerald L. Rhodes, son of Air. and Mrs. Herman P. Rhoads, 1900 Central Ave. The Rev. Leonard F. Todd officiated at the ceremony. The altar was decorated with palms and bouquets of white gladioli and chrysanthemums. Candles lighted the church. Preceding the bride and her father to the altar were the bride's sister, Mrs. H. Robert Lorch, matron of honor, and Miss Marilyn Meyers, bridesmaid. The bride appeared in a gown of French imported lace over tulle and satin featuring a scalloped neckline and long sleeves. The wide skirt, extended by hoops, fell into a train. Her fingertip length veil of hand rolled silk illusion was attached to a lace and pleated illusion crownless bonnet edged in tiny seed pearls and irrides- cent sequins. She carried a cascade bouquet of white Fuji mums centered by a cymbidium orchid. The bride's attendants wore Identical parchment ski in gowns of Tahiti green and camel beige, designed with square necklines and cap sleeves. Their matching half hats featured eye veils and they carried cascade bouquets of yellow and bronze Fu.ii mums. Donald E. Johann was best man and the groom's brother, Harold, served as groomsman. Ushers were uncles of the groom, Lester A. Young and Homer Rhoads, Robert Lewis and H. Robert Lorch. Music for the ceremony was provided by Mrs. Clarice Ferguson at the organ and 'Mrs. Don Bernard, vocalist. A reception was held after the ceremony in the church social rooms. Miss Patricia Shinn and Miss Judy Kaye White served, and the bride's sister- in-law, Mrs. Felicia Goeken, was in charge of the guest book. The bride and groom, both graduates of Alton High School, are employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis. After a short wedding trip the couple will reside in Robertson, Mo. _. «... Little Moose Members Dunce Following Sale After holding a cake sale in a downtown grocery store Saturday, members of Little Moose Club of Alton met in Moose Hall that night for dancing. During the evening, Charles Wilkoy, club sponsor, introduced Leroy Taylor, Alton Moose Lodge 951 Governor, who spoke on "The Civic Affairs." Mr. Taylor's talk concerned the Moose Heart citation recently received by Air. Wilkey for his sponsorship of the club, and the speaker emphasized that the award would not have boon won without the cooperation of the teen-agers. . *_ I!it A Hans Induction Big A will have a meeting and induction ceremony at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. . « Ittil' Senior (.'Imptpr Iliis Halloween I'arl.v Members of Lambda Alpha Xi Senior Chapter, Beta Gamma Upsilon Sorority, their husbands, escorts and guest couples, met in the rathskellar of Miss Joanne Fischer's homo at No. 4 Avon PI. Saturday night for a Halloween party, Card games were provided for diversion and refreshments wore served during the evening. All decorations were iu the All Saints Eve motif. The .second in this season's series of rush parties lor chap- tor candidates will be held Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in the residence; of Mrs. Laverne Bregeiuor, J223 State St. SAID NIGHT Miss Wiist Bride iu Church Ceremony Aliss Betty Ann Wiist, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Edward Wiist. of Fieldon. and Richard D. Wilson, son of Air. and Mrs. Orville Wilson of Jerseyville, wore united in marriage at a nuptial high mass Saturday morning in St. Mary's Church, Westwoods, before the Rev. Leonard Rathgeb. who began the services at 9:30. As guests were seated, Mrs. Francis Allen of Jerseyville played organ music. She also accompanied the vocalist, Charles Edward Bunse. Cathedral candles in branched candelabra lighted the altar, which was decorated with bouquets of white gladioli arranged with greenery. Altonian Honor Attendant Miss Patricia Klunk of Alton, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and Aliss Marcella Wiist of Fieldon, was bridesmaid for he rsister. Jeanie Hill, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Paul Hill Sr. of Alton, a niece of the bride, was flower girl. The rings were carried by Herschel Andrews Jr., a cousin of the bridegroom. William Harting of Scott Air Force Base, a cousin of the bride, was best man for Air. Wilson, and Russell Wilson of Jerseyville served as groomsman for his brother. Brothers of the bride, Robert and William Wiist of Fieldon, were ushers. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of Rochelle lace and tulle over satin, designed with a full skirt composed of tiers of tulle and net over satin encircled by bands of lace, and worn over hoops. The fitted bodice featured a scalloped scoop neckline and long snug sleeves. A half-hat of net-covered satin held secure her fingertip veil, and she carried a white prayer book topped by a white orchid arranged with lilies of the valley. The attendants' dresses were styled alike of net over taffeta embellished with Rochelle lace. The strapless bodices were covered by lace .iackets featuring Peter Pan collars and cape sleeves, and the bouffant skirts were trimmed with inserts of lace and held wide by hoops. Their headpieces of net and velvet matched their gowns, and their flowers were tinted to form a contrast. Miss Klunk, in yellow, carried green carnations, and Aliss Wiist, in green, had a bouquet of orchid carnations. Flower Girl Wears Orchid The floor-length frock of the [lower girl was of orchid taffeta; trimmed with yellow bows, and she had a headpiece of yellow split carnations and carried similar flowers. After the wedding, a reception took place in Moose Hall, where (He bride's table was decorated with bouquets of carnations in shades of yellow, green, orchid and white. The women of the Moose served. Airs.- Laverne Kanallakan cut the cake; Aliss Dorothy Meuth presided at the punch bowl; Airs. Orville Wheaton, aunt of the bride, eared for the coffoe service, and Mrs. Paul Hill, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs, Wilson will reside at 2Ki Goodrich St., Jersey vi I lo, The former Mi.-s Wiixt, oldest daughter of Air. anil .Mrs. Wlist k was graduated from Jersey Community High School, and Is employed as assistant Ijook- keeper in the office of Jersey County Farm Supply Co. Mr. Wilson, also a graduate of the same high school, served lour years with the U. S. Navy. MRS. WILLIAM Miss Barbara Genuit, daughter of Air. and Airs. Stark Oscar Genuit, 6223 Mudoch Ave., St. Louis, and William Erwin Port Jr. were married Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Central Presbyterian Church, Clayton, Mo. The bridegroom, a son of Atrs. William Erwin Port 7800 Rosedale Dr., Normandy, Mo., and the late Air. Port, is employed in the training program at Alton .Box Board. His bride is on the staff of the Illinois Children's Home and Aid Society. The bride wore a gown worn by three generations in her family and is 108 years old. The dress, of brocaded silk, was designed with an heirloom lace collar. Her jewelry of spun gold and seed pearls was a gift of her great-grandfather, 108 years ago, to his bride. Her Brussels rosepoint lace veil, imported from Belgium, was worn madonna style. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and lily of the valley. Aliss Shirley Ann Kabele, St.. Louis, served as maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Aliss Ann Gibson Heckemeyer, Hickory, North Carolina, and Aliss Dorothy Alae Werber, Oermann, Mo. They were dressed alike in ballerina length dresses of green-blue changeable taffeta with matching hats. They carried colonial bouquets of orange delight roses. The couple received friends and I'elatives after the ceremony in the church parlors. After Nov. 1 they will be at home at 820 Logan St. The bride and groom are both graduates of Washington University, St. Louis. —*— Godfrey YW Group ''*"*' To Tour Academy Godfrey Young Women's Christian Association Group members will tour Western Military Academy Wednesday as their program for the day, according to Mrs. Thomas Alul- queeny, chairman of the group. All members are asked to be at the main gate of the Academy at 9:30 a. m., where Airs. John Penning, program chairman, will meet them. Following the tour, the group will go to the YWCA for the membership luncheon at 12:30 p. m. Those attending the luncheon are asked to make reservations by noon Tuesday. If transportation is needed, members of the Godfrey Group may call Airs. Alulqueeny. Baby sitting service will be available for the luncheon. --+.., Tea in Xipprirh Home- For Rushces Sunday Rushees were entertained by Zeta Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, at a preferential tea Sunday afternoon from 2-4 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Fred Zipprich, Jngham Lane, Godfrey. Airs. Zipprich and Airs. Charles Kruse presided at the tea table, which was centered with bouquets of yellow roses and white mums. Airs. Ray Parton Jr., Aliss Carole Stevenson, Airs. Janice Boker, Airs. Dale Williams, Mrs. Harry Kortkamp, and A1rs. James Heidler were guests. ..»._ Five Baptized At Twlng Memorial ISitptist Church Mrs. Robert C. AlcLain, Rosemary Olson, Shuiron Reno, Francos, Virginia and Marilyn Davis wore, baptized Sunday evening by the Rev. Frank (ilock of Twing Memorial Bap list Church. The ceremony was hold in First Baptist Church and the Rev. Air. Glock was assisted by A1rs. Florence Payne and Mrs. L. A. Foster, deaconesses. ERWIN PORT JR. ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA TONITE, 8:15 WEST Junior High School BAKED CHICKEN and HAM DINNER Served Family Style WED,, OCT. 24 ut the Brighton Methodist Church Serving at 8:16, 8:00 and 6:46 foi table mervutiont cull Hriichton 68-1, 3Ir. and Mrs. Tlmmerrncicr Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. August H. Tim- mermeier, 2621 Salu St., quietly will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday by attending mass at St. Patrick's Church, where they were married Oct. 23, 1906. Mrs. Timmermeier is the former Maybelle Loretta Grevelle of St. Louis. She and her husband are parents of two sons, Grevelle A. and Ntiilliind A., both of Alton., The couple's married life has been spent here. Mr. Timmer- meier, a cabinet-maker, is cm- ployed by Shurtieff College. + 3>tlss Oetken Entertained At Pre-BrldaJ Shower Miss Shirley Oetken \vns guest of honor Sunday afternoon from 2-4 o'clock at a shower in Bethalto Presbyter- inn Church social rooms. Mrs. Carl Rogers and Mrs. George Nelson were hostesses. . Some 32 guests presented the bride-to-be with miscellaneous gifts. As each guest arrived, she was given a paper heart with the names. Dwane and Shirley, and the hearts were used lated in playing games. Prizes for games were won by Mrs. Guy Whited, Mrs. Dena Balster, Mrs. George Richardson, Mrs. William Woods and Mrs. Ed Brown. Blue and white was used in the color motif and white wedding bells decorated the room. The refreshment table was centered with a miniature bride and groom. Favors were small umbrellas. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, assisted by Miss Karen Rogers. Miss Oetken and Lt. Dwane Bruns will be married Nov. 18 in Bethalto Presbyterian Church. _>_ Halloween Party Planned Vor Job's Daughters Coming events, including a Halloween party, were announced dunns: the meeting of Alton Bethel UD, International Order of Job's Daughters of Alton, held Saturday night in Pinsa Temple with Miss Carolyn Cravens, honor queen, presiding. The party will be in the home of Miss Cravens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Cravens, 814 Logan St., Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, for the entire membership. Also scheduled arc a Bethel practice, Saturday afternoon at •1 o'clock, and another meeting Nov. 3 at 7 o'clock in the evening in Piasa Temple. Guests at the last meeting were members of Alton Chapter 775, Order of the Eastern Star, and Miss Marilyn Nichols, member of East St. Louis Bethel. —»._ Practical Nurses Alums To Meet Thursday Alumni of Olin Vocational School of Practical Nurses meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the school. INTERNATIONAL Travel Advisors CHRISTMAS "Holiday in Hawaii" Personally Conducted Clipper Cruise from Los Angeles Dofi'inbi'r 23, 19,'tl! 12 — Exciting Days — 12 Only S37» For Free Folder Call The Travel Phone 5-1013 \Ve can confirm your airline reservations to anywhere. Ticket!! May Be Purohukcd at Our Office ALSO Steamship Ticket* Hotel Hcser \iitloii» Tours and Oulu.'» Let lit Help You I'lun Your Next Trip MARY KREID, Royal Neighbors of America •will meet in the Odd Fellows Hall Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock for a covered dish dinner. A business meeting will follow at 7:30 o'clock. Mis* llanlwlcli Wr-tl* Charles F. Henson Miss Alary Lucille Hardwirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hardwick of Kldrod, and Charles Franklin Henson. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Henson of Batchtown, were wed before a Cnrrolllnn justice of the pciice at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, with Miss Doris Hnrdwick of White Hnll and Orville Henson of Batchtown, in attendance. The bride was attired in an afternoon frock of light blue taffetn, with which she had white carnations. Mr. Henson is employed by Duncan Foundry & Machine Works. Inc. His wife, a "1953 graduate of Carrollton High School, is an employe of Beverly Forms. _ » IMr. nntl Airs. Noble Given Surprise I'nrty Mr. and Mrs. Veinon 11. N r o- ble were honorees nt a surprise party given in observance of their first wedding anniversary in Fnilh Lutheran Church hall. Godfrey. Friday evening. Hosts for the occasion were members of the church choir. which Mrs Noble direois, who were in aUendance with their spouses. Those presen* gave the honor couple a gift lor their home. Refreshments wire served from p table decorated with candles ni.d fall flowers. • -... Wood Kiver Who's \e\v Sees C'niidlc-niiiUinK Demonstration Members of Wood River Township Who's New Club were rnfertained with a candlc-mnk- ing demonstration Friday afternoon at their dessert meeting in the Westerner Club. Mrs. J. D. Pntton of Collinsville, gave the demonstration. The refreshment table was decorated with an arrangement of fall flowers and leaves. A business meeting was held following dessert and plans were made for a card party to be held at the Young Women's Christian Association Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 7. Mrs. L. C. Kopisch and Mrs. E. B. Gillis have been named vice chairman and secretary-treasurer, respectively, to fill vacancies caused by resignations. Some 44 women were in attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. William Vinyard, Mrs. Gillis, Mrs. Williard Kuethe, Mrs. Henrique Nestler, Mrs. James Peat, Mrs. Lyball Price. Mrs. Wil- li.im Adair and Mrs. Ernest McGuire. — »-- Klks Plan Halloween Dance Saturday The Elks Club will stage its annual Halloween costume dance Saturday evening at the club. Jack Fields and his orchestra will play for dancers after a social hour starling at 3:30 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded for the best costure. Fred Hunt is chairman of the srrangements committee for the affair, to which members may bring guests. •- * Church Class Holds Halloween I'nrty Wearing masks were members of Married Couples Class of Grace Methodist Church meeting Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lnmken, 3028 Forest Dr., for a Halloween party. During a brief business session, the class turkey dinner and ba/aar, scheduled for Nov. S in the church, was discussed. The party included games and refreshments. Announcements of Births of Isabella To Have Dinner Meeting Daughters of Isabella meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in St. Mary's Hall for a dinner meeting for past regents and active charter members. The name of Dcna Ellen has been given to a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen MrVey of 133 East First St.. Roxana. at 9:59 p.m. Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, their third child, weighs six pounds and 10 ounces. Their first child, a son, David Alan, was born to Air. and Mrs. Fred Weigel of 2610 Brown St., at 1:55 a.m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and 13 ounces. Airs. Weigel is the former Aliss Virginia Hughson. Air. and Airs. Ted Bennett of 20 Shell Lane, Edwardsville, are parents of a son. whom they have named Inslee Theodore Jr. The baby was born at'lO:ll a.m. Sunday in Alton Atemoria! Hospital, weighing seven pounds and four ounces. They also have a daughter, Alary Kay. Pfc. and Airs. Franklin Hamilton of 820 Humboldt Ct., have announced the birth of a daughter, weighing eight pounds and two ounces. The baby was Iwrn at 4:30 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing eight pounds and two ounces. Pfr. Hamilton is stationed in Japan. Catherine Darlene has been chosen by Air. and Airs. Alaurice Elfgen of 3405 Lincoln St.. as the name of a daughter, born at 12:49 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, their fourth child, weighed eight pounds and 11 ounces. Other children in the family are Joan, Nancy, and Sandra. Air. and Mrs. John Blaze of 2iU3 Ida St.. are parents of a daughter, whom they have named Christina Alarie. Their first daughter and third child, the baby was born at 3:09 a.m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing six pounds and six ounces. Their sons are Richard John, and David Bradley. Their first son and third child was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Baker of 672 Third St., Wood River, at 5:06 a.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby, who has been named Charles Bradley, weighed eight pounds. Their daughters are Kathy, 1, and Karen, 3. A son was torn to Air. and Mrs. Thomas Plummer of Grafton at 10:38 p.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The bally weighs six pounds. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mr?. NathanW Sheppard of Rt. I. Oak wood Ave.. of the birth of a daughter. The baby was horn Saturday nt 10:54 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing six pounds and three ounces. An eight-pound and seven- ounce son was born to Air. and Mrs. Juel A. Liley of 142 Williams St.. Cottage Hills, at 2:42 a.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Twin sons were born to Mr.. and Airs. Raymond Albert of ! 1319 Randell St., Edwardsville. j Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital, j The first baby, born' at 3:25 a.m. weighed four pounds and seven' ounces, and the second, at 3:30 a.m. weighed four pounds and 15 ounces. j Air. and Airs. Thomas Dean ot 1810 Liberty St., are parents of a seven-pound and 12-ounre son. born at 1:54 p.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Air. and A1rs. Clarence R. Stoner. Rt. 1, Alton, are announcing the birth of an eight- pound, eighl-ounce son, nt 4:27 p.m. ''aturday at Wood River Township Hospital. They are parents of a daughter, Jeaneltc Lynn, 18 months. Mr. and Airs. Warren P. Hodges, 1121 East Fifth St., Alton, have selected tho name Vicky .loan for their first child, a daughter, born at Wood River Township Hospital at 6:20 p.m. Saturday. The baby weighed seven pounds and six ounces. Airs. Hodges is the former Miss Carolyn AlcCnrtney. daughter of Air. and Airs. Charles McCartney of Savton. Mo. Mr. and Airs. John S. Hodges of Saxton are the paternal grandparents. Air. and Mrs. Kranei* M. Voiles. 3410 College Avp., Alton, are parents of a daughter born at 7:33 p.m. Saturday at Wood River Township Hospital. Churches Aid Society meets in First Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Air?- darnos Elmore Morrison. J. Breitweiser. Ethel Duffey. H. M. Griffoe and J. T. Bramlette as hostesses. William Dick will be in charge of the program, and devotionals will be led by Aliss Florence Dick. Anna Morrow Class of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church meets Thursday noon in the church for a covered dish luncheon, at which Mesdames C. H. Francis, William Witt. William Yost. Edgar Baird, Claude Miller. Harrison Myers and Henry Heuser will be hostesses. A memorial service for Airs. Anna Morrow, class sponsor and teacher who died In July, will bo hold. (Social Continued on I'aRC 111 Weighing six pounds and seven ounces, a daughter was born to Mr. and Airs. Peter Walden: of Palmyra at 11:42 a.m. Sun-j day in St. Joseph's Hospital, j Mr. and Airs. John Beem e' Rt. 1, Godfrey, are parents o! a seven-pound and two-ounce son. The bahy was born Sunday at- 11:13 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. i Air. and Airs. Boone Ham-, mond of 1133 Harrison St., have, announced the birth of a son. The baby was born Sunday at, 9:04 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hos- \ pital, weighing seven pounds | and 13 ounces. i Very nice: hot applesauce and hot buttered crumbs, folded into a fluffy omelet. 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