The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois on October 8, 1963 · Page 5
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Hellinger'Brakhane Vows Exchanged in Hamel Church Oct. B, 1963 Edwardsville (III.) Intelligencer--Page 5 Edwardsville and Area FAMILY NEWS Society, Clubs, Music, Art, Fashions, Home, Foo'd MARY M. YOUNG. EDITOR EDWARDSVILLE INTELLIGENCER Miss Joni Southard, Cadet Roger Guffey To Be Married Dec. 28; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Southard, 2 Brookside Court, announce the approaching marriage of their Mrs. Low Addresses Monday Club In First Meeting of New Club Year Edwardsville Monday club mem- men's Club President Mrs. Dexter Mrs. Stein Speaks Of Churches Irr Southeastern Asia Miss Steede is Bride-Elect Mrs. Robert Shashek, Route 4. is announcing the engagement of her granddaughter. Miss Nancy Kaien Steede. to James Walter Karnath, USX. The piospective js ^ fm Q{ c and Mrs velopment of their own leaders and WaUer H Kan]aih of W inona. partial financial self support, reported Mrs. Robert Stem to Immanuel Methodist WSCS. Signs of m a t u r i t y in S o u t h e a s t - ) ern Asian churches include the de-' . . Mis* StcMe is enrolled as a .sophomore at Pensacola Junior In their regular October meet- College. Pensacola. Fla.. where she ing, the group of 41 women heard 'is majoring in journalism and is their program leader, Mrs Stein, editor of the college paper She is describe churches in Nepal. India also employed in the society rie- and Pakistan in regard to their partment of the Pensacola News- "maturity''. The program opened Journal. Miss Sleede, a 1961 graduate of Edwardsville High School. a wider focus of the group on a wa! emplovcd bv The intelligencer study class on Southeastern Asia duHng he ,; s(?njor year as a ncws Arnold will speak. mom wm speas. | t e a c h the four-session class. The annual fall District Feder. , ,-.11. *_· ,, ,,,,-- ated Women s Club meeting was Chair- daughter, Mary Jo Ann, to Cadet Roger K. Guffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Guffey of Carrollton. Miss Southard, who is known as Joni by her contemporaries, is a throughout the day of a woman w j la children, whose interests were both inside and outside her own home life. graduate of Edwardsville High School, class of 1960, and attended the University of Missouri. She is presently employed by Thomas G. Garland specialty store in St. Louis as an assistant buyer and is in charge of unit control for sports- j wear. Cadet Guffey is a g r a d u a t e o f ; k i n with top hat and flanking Wood River High School, class of i shucks centered the speakers ta- bers opened their 1963-64 club year Monday with a brunch followed by a provocative talk by Mrs. Hauns Low of East Alton, entitled "My announced for Oct. 30 at Addie- Iville. *lrs. Ernest Tosovsky Jr., is transportation chairman. Luncheon reservations are to be made in advance. Special music during the program was presented by Miss Laurel Ann Weishaupt, accompanied in two vocal solos by Mrs A. scheduled to begin on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Miss Nellie West, retired missionary to India, will I Mrs. Harold Kriegt Day". Introduced by Program I man Mrs. Robert Wade, Mrs. Low discussed humorous happenings reminded of Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House in East St. Louis on Wednesday, the church at 9:30, bringing a potluck casser- i morgue editor and this summer was a member of the Intelligencer editorial staff. Mr. Karnath is stationed at Ellyson Field, Helicopter Training Squadron Eight. Pensacola. and is attending Pensacola Junior College. He is majoring in transportation management Mr. K a r n a t h was graduated in 1960 from ole for luncheon at the settlement Wmona Semor H j g h Schoo , and at . house. Baby silting will be pro- , cnded Wmona s t a ( e College vided at the church. Executive Board meeting of the MISS STEEDE Brunch tables for the 11 o'clock · Gordon Dodds. Mrs. A. S. Taylor j WSCS was announced for Thurs- PERSONALS meeting were decorated with m i n - ' w a s pianist for the club song, iature corn shucks flanked with I Mrs. A. Glenn Kinzer was host- three-dimensional black cats and ess committee chairman for the orange streamers. A large p u m p - j day, assisted by Miss Dora Bohm, '37, and received his degree from Southern Illinois University in mar- ble. Approximately 70 attended the keting. He is stationed at the i meeting at which Mrs. Lauren P. MR. AND MRS. R. G. HELLINGER Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., where he will receive his commission Nov. 27 and will continue flight training tor the next 18 months. The couple will be married Dec. 28 in Edwardsville. Mrs. W. H. Wollbrinck, Mrs. G. day (Oct. 10) at 7:30 p.m. A r u m 1 E. H. Rinkel ot Wells Tire Sales mage sale will be held by the Inc., 125 West Vandalia St . and group on Oct. 19, Mrs. Kriege re-1 his wife are attending the 43'd Mrs. Pat Davis Honored At Stork Shower Party Mrs Pearlene Crites. 633 B-'i'k lev St.. Mitchell, was hostess at a stork shower recently in her home ported A special Quiet Meal will i annual convention of the National i lonor i n g j,[ rs . Pat Davis mark observance of the Week of Tire Dealers and Retreaders As- 1 p i n k ° ani blue worc usc( | in the M. Hoggett, Mrs. Frank Davidson, ] p rayer a m j self Denial. The ob-'sociation in Denver, Colo. The co]or sc i iemc . Games were p l a v Mrs. Harold Jenkins, Mrs. Charles Davisson, Mrs. C. L. Brockmeier, Mrs. Ray Foster,,Mrs. J. E. Sabin. Decorations were made by Mrs* Arthur Eickhoff, hospitality chair- Dressed iv v m a r k e d the aisle of St. I i d e n t i c a l l y to the bridesmaids, she - L u t h e r a n c h u r c h in H a m e l ' w a s in Heaven blue, and carried a The former Miss Brakhane chose iUy, where 153 home owners are a wedding frock of organza over today living in a $4,131,000 evalu- t a f i e t a . Designed w i t h a Chantilly ated subdivision planned in the lace bodice, the gown sabrina neckline and long tapered private residential district away sleeves. The bouffant skirt had an from business where_clean outdoor overskirt effect, sweeping into a' recreat ' on of fishing, boating, chapel train. Her elbow length I swimming could be enjoyed in a " mlap Lake Isselhardt, speaking to the Land of Goshen Historical Society Sunday after- cloud petals veil was gathered to organza | P«vate lake-this is Dunlap trimmed with pearls and toda y. told Mrs ' B - J - Issel sequins. The bride's bouquet of white pompons encircling a white mum also had blue lilies of the| n o o n - \\ro;i?ht iron h u r r i c a n e lamps Dawn Renee Schmidt, a cousin w i t h w h i t e satin bows serving as flower girl, j n d i P a u l i u r i d . i v e v e n i n g for the wedding of w h i t e basket with blue pompons M m Donna J a n e B r a k h a n e a n d j a n d blue satin streamers.. R i n g ] H i t - h a r d G. Hellinger. Miss Drak- \ bearer was Ronnie Schmidt, a l s o ; h a n o i.-. the d a u g h t e r of Mr and j a cousin of the bride. ' \!rs H i l b e r t B r a k h a n e of Route 2, · \ l h a m b r a The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Virgil R. Helling- i-i. 211 MoKinley Ave. E x c h a n g i n g vows in a 6 o'clock double-ring ceremony, the couple ,tood before an a l t a r adorned with two v . h i t e pompon bouquets and cande'abras. The Rev. Richard L. Bolin officiated. "A Trumpet Volu n t a r y " was Hie processional with Miss M a r i l j n Dawes of St. Louis a t the organ. Charles Engelke sang "0 Perfect Love" as the wed- d i n g invocation, followed by the congregation singing "Blest Be t h e Tie that Binds". Immediately following the vows at the altar, Mr Ep«'clkc sang "Wedding Prayer" Mrs Fred Kndrcs. St. Louis, was honor a t t e n d a n t for her sister. She w a s escorted to the altar by Virgil II Hellinger, who attended his brother «s best m a n . B r i d e - m a i d s for the former Miss B r a k h a n c were Miss Judy Brandt. .1 cousin of the groom; Miss Glor- Hamel c o m m u n i t y 1.1 (;i.-rvellf, and Miss Peggy Hel- '· S' ft table were Im-er -i-ter of the groom. Walter , ner. Mrs. Robert Lane. Miss Nor- B r a n d t Fred Endrcs of L i t t l e ' TM Steinmann. Mrs. Virgil H. i'.ocl. -\!k.. brother-in-law of the , Hellinger and Mrs. Vernon Blote- bndc and I.erny B r a k h a n e . cousin ^°S^ served wedding cake oi the hnde. were escorts for the b r i d e s m a i d s , also a t t e n d i n g Mr. H e l l i n u r as groomsmen. All a " c n d a n t s were in i d e n t i c a l - h s h i e r : floor-length frocks of silk o r ^ a n / f over t a f f e t a . The sleeve- l c - fi"ed bodices were edged in p i p i n g and f e a t u r e d a larae Bertha collar t r i m m e d in m a t c h i n g lace A community within a commun- featured a '3°' s as a high-grade desirable, Weishaupt presided. County President Mrs, Fred Habbegger of High' land was welcomed as a guest, and she also reminded members j Guests attending the event Mon- of the Mississippi Valley Women's day included Mrs. D. B. Neugent, Clubs conference on Nov. 7-8 in!Mrs. Olin Wetzel, Mrs. Laura St. Louis. National Federated W o - j Blaze, Mrs. Marie Robinson, Mrs. Charles Wentz, Mrs. Gene Donner, and Mrs. Hoy Pick of La Grange, man's Club President Mrs. M, E. Bruce of East St. Louis. TALENT WINNERS Winners of last week's talent contest at the Worden Y club were Francene Perry of Wood River and Jean Sawyer, Staunton. Twist contest winners were Georgene Lake Subdivision is Result of 'Dream' Late 0. T. Dunlap, Historical Society Hears valley, leather fern and ivy entwined with white satin streamers. Both mothers of the couple chose to wear identically styled dresses of sky blue dacron shantung featuring ..ackets and m a t c h i n g hats. They had white pompon corsages. At the guest book at the sanctu- arv entr was Miss Carol Casna. Ushers'included M a r v i n Brakhane and Charles Hellinger, cousins of | the bride and groom. Following the service, the bride's parents entertained at a supper in hall. At the Charles Lett- Mr. Hellinger and his bride are Hosts to the 32 persons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Von Brock, East Lake Drive. Mrs. Isselhardt, herself a Dunlap Lake resident, revealed that the subdivision was a result of a "dream" of One T. Dunlap who "always er to maintain roads and lake. Funds are used for dam repair, roads, moss control and general improvement. First Association board members included Herman E. Winters, president; E. J. Ballweg, vice-president; Joseph Kellermann, secretary; and Paul O'Guinin, treasurer. Prior to 1950, rules and regulations of the subdivision were handled by Dunlap. All responsibility for enforcement of regulations is handled by the Board, which is also empowered to discipline violator members. Guests who attended the October Land olf Goshen Historical Society meeting included Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dumont, Mrs. C. Vorwald and Mrs. Fred Stricter. Co-hosts with and Mrs. Willard Flagg. Mrs. Laura McKittrick assisted. 1 honeymooning I states. They Route 2. A l h a m b r a . after Oct. 11. in the Southern will be at home on Scouf News Girl Scout Troop 675 he o v a l necklines dip- The weekly session of Troop 675 wanted to someday own a lake of Mr. and Mrs. VonBrock were Mr. his own! Mrs. Isselhardt traced develop-] ment of the area from its early 1 beginnings as a parcel of land purchased by the late Major 0. T Dunlap (Oct 1, 1936) from George Foehrkalb. In April, 1938, Dunlap purchased 42 additional acres from Edward Barnett, forming the lake space itself. November 1940 was the initial construction phase of Duniap Lake dam with Madison Company construction equipment being used in building the project. Completion of the first phase was in M a y , 1941. Xo roads were built as the intervening World War II halted construction on roads and spillway. "People in Edwardsville feared j t h e dam might break." said Mrs. ' Isselhardt, to ?. V ir the 11 l i t LMII I t U i [ » - * "- -·--"., ··--' -- -.--,- . . hick Ran-'ip" was held Mondav at the home of P eiMm!SUC U t t L r v 11 tiii-tiiiQ - H i i ' i s r i i ' n « i f e adding feelings that that despite two or IM t a i l -hades of blues, the frocks Mrs. Shepard. The patrol- work- had l u l l skirts accented w i t h a «' on their badges--Sandra Mor- vvaii'.hr.f bow ,i;id back streamers gan. scribe. A I w o i c bows of m a t c h i n g f a b r i c I-: t h r r h a i r w i t h a t c a i - d r n p p e a r l jl t'if :'Ti'hcaci and carried bouquet-. of a white mum v. u h \\h:tt' pompons on Shower Party Fetes Miss Beverly Behme Bride-to-be Miss Beverly Behme of Worden was honored Sunday afternoon at a shower party. Hostesses were Miss Sharon Opel, Miss Phyllis Wcdel and Miss Diana Wedel of Worden at the Opel residence. Miss Behme will become the bride Oct. 26 of Joe Mergberio of Benld. The gifts were placed on a table decorated in yellow and white, neath three white wedding bells. Contests furnished the entertain three years to "fill the lake" only one year was needed for the gen- ment and awards were presented, nine lake to develop. Citing a of "scare", she Brownie Troop 781 The girls, of Troop 781 toured the encircled U S. Post Office Monday afternoon. fern and -- N a n Traband, scribe. and ,iiej:'Hr.s ca-cjtle w h i t e satin A survey has found t h a t 8 per 1m m M a t e l v preceding the bndc cent of e v e r y dollar spent in food .rid h t r f a t h e r was little M i s s ' s t o r e s goes for fresh beet. Married 40 Years specific instance j described a 1943 happening when a W a b a s h station agent discovered j w a t e r in the depot and sounded I the alarm that the dam had broken. "All construction men w i t h | the Madison County Company were ' called to d u t y , friends and supporters of the lake area rallied, and worked 24-hours round-the-clock to to save Following the war's end. roads were begun in the subdivision in April, 1946, along with surveys initiated, and the plat recorded on Dec. 21, of that year. Problem of maintainence of roads in the area has been and remains a major concern. Formation of the Dunlap Lake Property Owners Association. Inc. (a nonprofit sharing association) in 1950 now combats problems through assessments of '2 of 1 cent per square footage per property ovvn- Guests attending included Mrs. Elmer Behme, Mrs. Ronald Long, Mrs. Merle Stille and daughter Dobra, Miss Ruth Behme and Mrs. Edward G. Opel of Worden, Mrs. | Gary Finke and Miss Delia Beth IScanlan of St. Louis, Mrs. George I Mergherio of Benld, Mrs. Arthur Grcga, Slaunton, and Miss Christine Jones, Alton. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. f Livingston and Haynes, S HARDY · OUTDOOR M U M S In Bloom 51.19 Value. Cash Carry. Woodlawn GarcLns 1407 St. Louis St. Phone 656-0686 Floueis Telegraphed Anywhere servance will be at the church o n ' f i v e - d a y program w i l l include meet- e[1 a n ( j pr i zc s awarded to Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. jings, a spectacular tire trade show Ellen v a thevvs« Mrs. Alta Dau- Worship leader for the recent:with more than 285 exhibits, elec- j[ rs Helen Crites. Mrs Eimh WSCS meeting was Mrs. Norman jtion of officers and service clinics. j ones an d Mrs Lorctta Wort hen Strubing. Mrs. Gene Fedor was! Governor John Love of Colorado other guests attending the show welcomed as a new member, will speak to the more than 5.000 cr party were Mrs. Jewel B u - b v . Friendship Health kits to be part persons in attendance from the tire j] rs yi'ola Harmon. Mrs. M a r a a r of the United Churchwomen pro- industry gram gift Nov. 1st were discussed. et Dake, Mrs. Liz Orr. Mrs Vcra Dr. C. L. Brockmeier and Dr. Harmon, Mrs. Fern McC'lure. Mr Women may bring items for the Wilbur H S. Bohm of Edwardsville Maxme Kuehne and Miss Tina kits before Oct. 28, leaving items' attended the scientific sessions of Signauo. at the church. the 68th annual convention of the Refreshments were served by a American Osteopathic Association, committee chairmaned by M r s . ' Sept 30-Oct. 3, at the Jung hotel Don Stahlhut. Assisting were Mrs.'in New Orleans. Nine osteopathic Fred Pittman, Mrs. Fred B a r n - j specialty groups met in conjunction with the national organization. hart, Mrs. Roger Whyers, Mrs. Hattie Antenen, Miss Dora Bohm, Miss Irma Kricge, and Miss Ella Sickbert. Evans of Trenton and Becker, Highland. Very pale walls emphasize Hospitalized Mrs. James (Mary) Quadc, 829 the Ann St., was admitted Sunday r! Richard size and shape of a room, creating,St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, for an illusion of size. ! surgery. ANOTHER CELEBRITY NAME Shop for young women of all ages DOWNTOWN EDWARDSV1ULE COME VISIT WITH US during our GRAND OPENING Wednesday. Oct. 9 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Free Souvenirs -- Free Prizes 500 Christmas Books to first 500 Customers MR. AND M R S . E D W A R D R. H O W E R T O N of Route 1, Edwards- v ii!r. ".ho were married 40 years Sept. 29. were guests of honor a! .1 ::.nuh d i n n e r at the A i r p a i k R e s t a u r a n t in Highland. The ooi pit are the parents of seven children: Mrs. William ( I r m a ) BeM'.sw ot Grand Forks, N.D.. Harold of Jupiter, Fla.. Mrs. U u r l f - ( H i l d a i Cunningham. Kenneth D a l e , Lester and Glen Hi".i-.r'-n, all 01 Edwardsville, and Mrs. Jerol (Marlene) Howerton, Yuba city. Calit There are IB grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. How- filor, were m.uTied ill 1923 at Collinsville. Watch Wednesday's Edwardsville Intelligencer for our BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS Choose from over 200,000 items Now a fast streamlined service on most catalog merchandise, place v o u r order by 11 a.m and \ o u can pick up your merchandise at Sears b 11 a.m. the following day. Place your order Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday for this 24 hour service. Try it. enjov this new experience of shop, ping through Sears c a t a log. 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