Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1958 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1958
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PAQEStt ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1961 he Women Social Events-^Grotip Activities Horstman- Bruns Vows Said Today MRS. JOHN J. DKOSE ' (Weniel Portrait) Marilyn Brooks, John Drose Wed in St. Mary's Church , St Mary's Catholic Church was the scene this afternoon at 1 o'clock, for the marriage of Miss Marilyn Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks of 3705 Aberdeen Ave., to John J. Drose of 1105 Washington Ave. He is the son of Mrs. Drose of Binghamton, N. Y., and the late'Mr. Drose. Two large arrangements of white snapdragons, white stock and blue delphinium, flanked by woodwardia, decorated the altar. The Rev. Joseph Schmertmann pfflcated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception from 2-4 o'clock in The Cibara- Club. V- -.'., •:'.'••• Bin. William Reinhardt served as her sister's only attendant, and Richard Hughes was best man; Andrew McDonald and Dean Jacoby seated guests in the church ana organ music wa« furnished}by; Max^Heindlmayr. . " ' '* " • The bride'§ gown of embroidered silk organza was fashioned with short sleeves and a portrait neckline. A band of sottd embroidery was inserted in the sleeves and neckline and the game design of embroidery outlined the bouffant chapel length skirt. Short mitts matched her dress and.her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a pearl Juliet cap of filk organza- She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, lilUes of the valley and 'Amazon lillies. ' The ballerina length frock of iiridescent taffeta worn by Mrs. SReinhardt was apricot colored, and was fashioned with scooped "neckline and a cummerbund which fell into a drape in the back. She wore a head band of taffeta to which a short veil was attached and held cascading blue agapanthus and snowdrift MISS WEIRICH Is Engaged to Frank Hudnick The engagement of Miss Nancy Carolyn Weirich, only daugh- P L!?^ >n8J ^^ w * Wl ' white ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph philodendron leaves. 1171.1. * «* ,* *_ • * •; t_u * a. — «««,». Weirich of 813 Central Ave., Assisting at the reception, where the serving table was centered with a long arrangement of pompons and carnations, were to. Frank B. Hudnick, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hudnick of 125 Jennings Ave., Wood Mrs. Robert Augusta, Mrs. Don- R iver ; j g being announced today <dd McCoy, Mrs. Ronald Owens, b y the bridMlect's parents. Miss Weirich, a 1956 graduate of Marquette High School, is Mrs. Melvin Thomas, Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. Ann Boidt and Miss Irene Brown. After a two week honeymoon employed in the accounting of- in Bermuda the couple will re- fice of Owens-Illinois. A grad- side in the Oscar Apartments 3802 Oscar St. A graduate of Al ton High School, the bride is a uate of Felt-Tarrant Compto- meter School in St. Louis, she member of Beta Gamma Up- Is also an active member of eilon's senior chapter here. She Phi Tau Omega Sorority, was employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. before re- The prospective groom, a graduate of East Alton-Wood .signing to complete plans for River Community High School, served in the Korean War with the 45th infantry. He attended her wedding. Mr. Drose is a graduate of Billard Academy in Connecticut and the University of Penn- ployed as an IBM technician by •ylvania, where his social fra- Owens-Illinois, ternlty was Delta Kappa Tau. Employed by the Simmons Com- Texas A&M College and is em- The couple plans a fall wedding. pany of St. Louis, he served as a lieutenant in the Army for three years. Htlptr , LS^-' -\ N r^A\ IP ituuaf »«U*r It to iMNiUaM* Aeeeturr le «r«« raw hair to MMW Hut Jwl • Hap*, fnr M MM Mlj ^ft4lAM flff i HWUK ^MUillMt Item NMP tjfeMfk i*nplrt« A^M ABf AM ^f^^f *WPP WP>W HMMI lit Miss Jacqueline Ann Bruns, of Mrs. C. F. Camp* bsll of 2210 Virginia Ave. find L. V. Bruns of 3318 Fermvood Ave., was married in a 10 o'clock ceremony this morning In St. Matthew's Catholic Church to George Thomas Horstman Jr., son of Mrs. Blanche Horstman of 2922 College Ave. The Rev. Paul Sheridan officiated. A breakfast was served in the couple's honor at the groom's parental residence immediately following the ceremony, and they will receive from 7-9 o'clock this evening in Onlzed Clubrooms. Miss Karen Kortkamp served the bride as maid of honor, and the groom's sister, Miss Sharon Horstman, was bridesmaid. Gene Twitty acted as best man for the groom, and the bride's uncle, Charles Bruns, was groomsman. Seating guests were Larry Bruns, the bride's brother, and Arthur Warren. Mrs. Kenneth Brunstein was organist. The bride appeared in a waltz length gown of rosepoint lace over satin and tulle featuring a bouffant skirt fashioned with an apron effect edged in. front by pleated tulle ruffles. Her fingertip length veil of illusion was secured to a half hat of lace trimmed in pearls, and she carried a prayer book overlaid with white carnations. The attendants were attired in pink and blue identically styled waltz length dresses of net featuring alternating tiers of lace. They wore matching half- hats of horsehair braid and carried cascade bouquets of carnations. Assisting at the reception will be Miss Ramona Mare, Miss Loretta McKinney, Miss Carol Horstman, and Mrs. Gene Twitty. The bride, who attended East Alton-Wood River Community High School, is in training at Olin Vocational School of Practical Nursing and is now in special training at Alton Memorial Hospital. The groom, who attended Alton High School, is employed by Alton Box Board Co. The couple will reside at 3703 Aberdeen Ave. Myall-Williams Betrothal Told In Greenfield Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Williams of Greenfield are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Doris Jean, to David Myatt, son of Harold Myatt of Greenville and the late Mrs. Myatt. Miss Williams Ss employed as Perry County Home Adviser and resides in Pinckneyville. She received her bachelor of science degree in home economics from the University of Illinois in 1957. , Mr. Myatt is a graduate of Greenville College with a bachelor of science degree in education. Following service in the Air Force, he attended the University of Illinois and received a BS degree in agriculture. He is assistant farm adviser in Dc- Kalb County. The couple is planning a September wedding. Landers Jerk Advised to Stay On Diet of Humble Pie MRS. ROBERT W. KEATING (Hicks Portrait) Keating-Armistead Vows Said in Bethalto Church Married Friday evening in an 8 o'clock ceremony In Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto, were --Miss Kathleen Armlsteadj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Armistead of Columbia, 111., and Robert W. Keating, former resident of Cottage Hills now residing in Carbondale. The groom Is the son of Mr.' and Mrs. Fred S. Keating of Sacramento, Calif. The Rev. Erwin J. Kolb officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception in the church social room. Miss Clara N. Conaway of — Columbia served the bride as maid of honor, and her sister, Miss Christine Ann Armistead, was junior bridesmaid. Robert Hoefert acted as best man for the groom, and James Ward was junior groomsmen. Seating guests were John Hagan and Robert Armistead, and nuptial music was furnished by Miss Edith Helmkamp, organist, and Leonard Wilkening v soloist. The bride appeared in a street length dress of satin file featuring a boat neck collar. Her ehoulder length veil was attached to a pearl crown, and she carried a bouquet of white pompons. The attendants were attired in aqua blue gowns designed similarly to the bride's, and they carried bouquets of yellow pompons. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. William Beanblossom, Mrs. Robert Klein, Miss Shirley Stumpf, and Mrs. Robert Hoefert. The former Miss Armistead attended St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing and will at- o f 116 S. Tenth St., Wood River, MISS HAND To Be Wed In August Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Hand tend Southern Illinois University in Carbondale in the fall. The groom, a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to Paul L. Shelby, son of Mr. and is employed as project director Mrs. Luther E. Shelby of 3508 by Olin Mathieson Chemical Omega St. Corp. The bride-elect, a 1958 grad- The couple will reside in Car- uate Qf Roxana High Schoo , js bondale. Mr. Tolle Visits Alfred Tolle, former Godfrey resident, is here from his home in Miami, Fla., visiting friends and relatives. He plans to return home Tuesday. When he lived here Mr. Tolle was on the staff of the Alton Evening Telegraph. Return Home Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kernp of Long Beach, Calif., left Friday after visiting here the past few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. K. Hutchinson of 311 Prospect St. " "'*. Parties are Given For Mrs. Gwinner Mrs. Walter Gwinner of Stamford, Conn., who is visiting here with her mother, Mr*, W. H. Dempsey of 319 Prospect St., was entertained today by Mrs. Ray Ward and a small group of friends with a luncheon at Lockhaven Country CJub. Mrs. Gwinner was guest of honor at a tea Thursday given by Miw; Marjorie Betts of 437 E. eighth St. Ben Allen to Enter University of Kansas Ben B. Allen, son of Dr. and Mr?. Hubert L. Allen of 426 Belleview Ave., ic among 120 prospective freshmen attending the second of six K.U. Preview* being held this summer on the University of Kansas campus. The students are taking examinations and making arrangement* for the coming WUterm. MR. AND MRS. DONALD FINKE an employe of Block's Ice Cream Co. Her fiance, a 1955 graduate of the same school, is employed by Granite City Steel Co. Plans are being completed for an August 2 wedding. Miss Charles Lane Are Married Married in a 2 o'clock ceremony this afternoon In Holy Ghost Church in Jerseyville were Miss Ann Mashburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mashburn of Jerseyville, and Charles H. Lane, son of Mrs. Etta Lane of Jerseyville and Audris Lane of Alton. The cou- % ple received in Holy Ghost Hall immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Schleper, a cousin of the bride from St. Louis, served as matron of honor, and Robert Drainer acted as best man for the groom. Richard Mashburn and Ray Cherry were ushers. The bride appeared in a waltz length gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over satin featuring a bouffant skirt with a full length panel of lace extending down the front with alternating ruffles of lace and tulle encircling the skirt. She carried a white orchid centered on a Bible. Mrs. Schleper was attired in a princess styied gown of blue crystalette worn with white accessories, and she carried a colonial bouquet of blue and white carnations. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Charles Hampton, Miss Doris Dugan, Mrs. Dave Grlnghausen, Miss Edna Plat*, Miss Sharon Watts, and Mrs. Rupert Ogden. The former Miss MssJiburn, a 1956 graduate of Jersey Com* munity High School, is employ* ed by the General Telephone Co, of Jerseyville. The groom, a graduate of the same whool, i* employed by Owens-Illinois. He nerved (our year* in the Air Force, h BEAR ANfrs t'm a guy in deep trouble. Don't tell me what a jerk 1 am, just tell me how to get my girl back. t was engaged to the sweetest angel in the world. She was true to me all the time I was In service and tiroved her de» volioh a mil- H o n ways. When my mother was sick she quit her job at the s a n I t a r I- Ann Under*. um (she's a nurse) to take care of Mom for six weeks. She wouldn't let us pay her. A few weeks ago she took the night shift to help some woman out for a month. I started to two-time her a little. The girl I took out isn't fit to be discussed in the same breath with my sweetheart. Well, she caught me at it and broke the engagement. I know I had it coming but I can't bear the thought of losing her. Please tell me how to get her back. I'll do anything. JERKY JAKE DEAR JERKY: You sound as if you're on your knees, Boy— and that's where you belong. Your only hope is to eat large and frequent helpings of humble pie and let her know about every bite. Call her from home (your own) every night. Tell her how much you miss her. Write her letters. Let her know you're broken-hearted and that you've learned your lesson. Tell her you'll never stop trying to get her back. This girl sounds as if she's worth your best efforts. If you win her back, you're a lucky sunuvagun. Good luck. » * * * DEAR ANN: I'm a bride of three months and very disillusioned. Last night my husband asked me if he could have one night out every two weeks with the boys. They have a poker game that he used to be in on before we were married. He gave it up when we started to go together a year ago. Now he tells me he'd like, to get back in. Is this a sign that he's getting tired of me? I don't want him to think I'm petty or jealous so he has no idea that I'm broken-hearted. But it's tearing me apart to think that already he's trying to spend time away from our love nest. My mother tells me I shouldn't be a fool. She says married men should be at home with their wives and that I should just tell him nothing doing. Please, Ann. Help me. LUCILLE I'm afraid if you follow your mother's advice you'll be at home with HER before long. By all means let your husband have his night out with the boys. It will make him feel less trapped. And be a good sport about it. As time goes on he'll probably want it less and less. If you fight about this he'll fee] compelled to go out to assert his manliness. And then you'll have real trouble. * * * • DEAR ANN: The only excuse for the predicament I'm in is this: it was a lovely Spring day about five years ago, and I was lonesome and didn't use my head. After about seven or eight dates with this man it was apparent that he was an alcoholic. Whenever we.went out in public it was embarrassing because he Insisted on closing every tavern. When he came to my place I had one heck of a time getting him out. I'ye left town twice, stayed away once for almost a yean I've changed phone numbers, I've dyed my hair—but still he locates me. Is there anything 1 can do M get this man to leave me atone? I'm a mature woman with grown children and it's etnbar» rassing to have him call at «11 hours of the day and night. Please tell me what to do. WIT'S END Five years and he still Insists on hanging on the horn? Apparently you don't say NO very good. Get tough. Hang up the minute you hear his voice. If he persists, tell him you are going to notify the police—then do so. * • * * Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' new booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," enclosing with your request 20 cents In coin and a large, self- addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope.) (©, 1058. Field Enterprises, Inc.) MRS. JOHN D. THURSTON (Schlobohm Portrait) Mary Jo Burns is Bride Marriage Of John D. Thurston Today Miss Janet Dinwiddie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dinwiddie of Edwardsville, became the bride of Donald Finke in a 7 o'clock ceremony Friday evening at Trinity Lutheran Church, the Rev. Arthur Herpolshcimer officiating. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Finke, also of Edwardsville. Miss Ruth Dinwiddie, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and Miss Lois Finke, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Lindley Renken was best man and Darrell McDonald, groomsman. Ushers were Ray Moore and Harold Johnson. Pat Allison was soloist and Helmuth Harms was organist. The bride, wore a floor-length gown of chantilly lace over satin with a sweetheart neckline accented by lace and nyion tulle. The skirt featured a back panel of nylon tulle, forming a chapel train, and a clip hat held her fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis on a white Bible. Miss Ruth Dinwiddie wore mint green taffeta, styled with a rounded off-shoulder neckline and accented with net poufs. Her flower-petal clip hat matched her gown and she carried yellow pompons. Miss Finke's gown, identical in style to that of the maid of honor, was in yellow and she carried pink pompons. A reception was held at the Westerner Club in East Alton immediately following the ceremony. Reception assistants were the Misses Lois Moore, Georgia Bollman, Shirley Dinwiddie, Judy Davis and Pat Allison. The bride is a graduate of Edwardsville High school, class of 1958. The groom, who graduated from Edwardsville High School in 1955, is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation in East Alton. Following a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will make their home near Edwardsville, rural route 1. In Bahamas Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kayser of Rosewood Heights are vacationing in. the Bahamas, off the coast of Florida. Miss Mary Jo Burns, daughter of Mrs. Wayne Burns of 804 Henry St. and the late Mr. Burns, became the bride of John D. Thurston, son of Mrs. William H. Thurston of 713 Henry St. and the late Mr. Thurston, in a 10 o'clock ceremony this morning in St; Mary's Catholic Church. Bouquets of gladioli decorated the altar of the church for the ceremony read by the Rev. James A. Suddes. The couple received in St. Mary's Hall immediate following the ceremony. The bride's sister, Mrs. Ron- . aid Savitch, served as matron of "Ront, tO* honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Burns, another sister of the bride, and Miss Mary Whiting. Ronald Savitch acted as best man for the groom, and Frank P o h 1 m a n was groomsmen. Seating guests were James Caldwell and Tony Hazelwonder, and nuptial music was provided by Max Hiendlmayr, organist, and Miss Jeanne Maher, soloist. , The bride appeared in a gown of Italian silk featuring a voluminous skirt worn over hoops and crinolines and extending to a cathedral length train. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and pompons, and her veil was secured to a lace cap trimmed in pearls. Both attendants were attired in ballerina length gowns of organdy over taffeta featuring rounded necklines that extended to V's in the back. They carried bouquets of pink roses. The former Miss Burns, who was graduated from St. Francis School of Nursing in Peoria in 1956, is employed by St. Joseph's Hospital. The groom, a graduate of Jerseyville High School, is employed by Shell Oil Co. He served four years in the U.S. Navy. Following a honeymoon trip through the North, the couple will reside at 206 Leonard St in Jerseyville. Kelly and Holts to On Aug. 15 August 15 is the date selected for the wedding of Miss Thelma Holtz of 2148 Brown St. to Bruce Kelly, son of Mrs. Robert Kelly of 3621 Coronado Dr. Miss Holtz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holtz of Alden, N.Y. The ceremony will take place at 8 o'clock in the Brown Street Baptist Church, and the couple will receive immediately afterward in the church social room. The bride-elect has asked Miss Judy Doerr to serve as her maid of honor, and bridesmaids will be Miss Margaret Kelly, the groom's sister, and Miss Dorothy Holtz, a sister of the bride. Robert Kelly will act as best man for his brother, and groomsmen will be Ronald Gustine and Ronald Wilson. Mrs. Fellin Feted With Stprk Shotver Mrs. Ralph Fellin was honored at a stork shower Friday evening given by Mrs. Kenneth Glenn in her home on Route 1, Alton. Twelve persons were present for the shower. A pink and blue color scheme was used to decorate the home, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Staten, 1107 East Sixth St., a son, first child, six pounds and 15 ounces, 4:53 p.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Staten is the former Miss Mary Stawiszynski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stawiszynski of Alton-Jerseyville Rd. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Staten of 220 Court St. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Sever, 301 Whitelaw Ave., East Alton, a son, seven pounds and IS ounces, 12:57 a.m. today, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Gunter, 530 Market St., a son, seven pounds and seven ounces, 8:15 p.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mis. Eugene F. Dep. pe, 1136 Ferguson Ave.,' Wood River, a daughter, seven pounds and eight ounces, 7:12 a.m. Friday, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder children Timothy W. 10, Gregory A., 8. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Goodrich, route 1, Edwardsville, a daughter, eight pounds and 13 ounces, 2:19 a.m., Saturday, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder children Deborah Lynne, 4, Lewis Ray Jr., 2. Michigan Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Cronk and children of Godfrey will leave Sunday for St. Joseph, Mich., where they will be guests of Mr. Crank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anson E. Cronk. En route home they will visit former Al- tonians, Mr. and Mrs. John Barker near Chicago. Touring Europe Miss Carolyn Emons, daughter of Mrs. C. W. Emons of 3600 Gary St., has left for a tour of Europe after visiting here with her mother. She has resigned her position as speech cor- rectionist in Minneapolis. Make Automatic Laundry Equipment Meet You Halfway Make automatic laundry equipment "meet you half-way,'* and you'll be surprised how much easier your job is, Stooping can be taken out of washing and drying with automatic equipment by mounting front-opening machines on sturdy wooden platforms. Helen Mo Cullough, University of Illinois housing specialist, says thli idea comes from an energy • saving kitchen designed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Here's how you can apply the idea to your home: First you must have a front-opening washer, dryer or combination that doesn't require bolting to the and games furnished the enter- ££"j^ build TZdv «***' «a< n r£«nt fn* th» «v«nlna Priz. IWOr '. ln *" ° UUd * rt Wy W00d« tainment for the evening. Priz. es were won by Mrs. John Law* less, Mrs. Arthur Brlnkman, en platform the exact size to hold the machine. To reduce vibration, bolt the platform Mr* Cleon was atsisted •«*V by Mr,. Mueller. MRS. GEORGE THOMAS HORSTMAN JR. ta Mr. and Mrs, L. j. Furtweng. ler of WJT Liberty St. returned Thursday from Harlingen Air Force Base In Texa* where they ipjBjit • weak visiting with their ion, Second Ueutenwit Pale Fiirtwenglai'i Mid his family, Mr. and Mr*. Furtwengler went IMtt** Map tor tt» buU llgtxu. wall, should For added convenience, have the carpenter or your handy hu». band make a large drawer In the platform. This can temporarily store soiled or unjroned laundry. Panel the inside with pegboard so that air can elr* eulate and damp clothes won't mildew 10 easily, And equip thf drawer with nylon rollers and metal runners to insure my ofwoing and shutting.

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