Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1956 · Page 6
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Tuesday, August 14, 1956
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1956 Society... Miss Oflrrlngton With Towel Shower Miss Judy Hauck, who will he bridesmaid when Miss Eve Carrington marries Earl A. Hauck AUR. 23 in St. Mary's Church, honored the bride-to-be last evening at the Hauck residence, 1225 Central Ave. The honoree was showered with towels. The guests played rob-ymir- neighbor and prizes were won by the Misses Peggy Cossel and Molly Zippay, Mrs. William Council, Mrs. John Bacus and Mrs. Viola Metzger. Pink and white were used • in the party motif. A large sprinkling can of crepe paper centered the gift table, which was adorned with pink tapers. Favors were miniature roses. Miss Cossel assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Mary Kay Kelso Given Surprise Birthday Party Miss Mary Kay Kelso, who will be 16 Wednesday, was given a surprise birthday party last night by Miss Nina Deem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Deem, 305 Lindenwood Blvd. Those invited met at the Deem home to surprise the honoree, then going on to Onized Clubgrounds, where they spent the evening dancing. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Deem. Mrs. Ollie Kelso, mother of the honor guest, was present, for the occasion, as were the Misses Connie Boss, Mary Ann C a r r o w, Christine Kahney, Mary Jo Peipert, Rita Deem; and Jim Fallon, Gene Twitty, Shane Fox, Mike Mullen, Sam Roberts and Bill Maher. Deanery Meeting At State Park Sunday Alton Deanery, Springfield Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, will meet Sunday, Aug. 19, 2 p.m., at Christ the King Church, State Park. Highfill-Legate Families Plan Annual Reunion Members of the Hi.ghfill and Legate families will gather Sunday at Salem Community Building near Grafton fo.v their annual family reunion. Relatives are expected from Chicago, Oklahoma City, Okla., Neodesha, Kan., and Phillips, Neb. Jack WatMns' Fiancee Honored at Shower Miss Gena Wells, bride-to-be pf Jack Watkins, was guest of honor at a personal shower Saturday evening given by* Mrs. Orville Rink at her home in Fosterburg. Games were played and prizes were given to Mrs. Carl Portwood, Miss Elsie Rink, Mrs. Dean Denby, Mrs. Bert Watkins, Mrs. Harold Blacklock, Mrs. Vernon Schmidt and Miss Wells. The honoree opened her gifts that had been arranged near the fireplace, which displayed a large white heart with the names "Gena and Jack." A white sprinkling can surrounded by ferns centered the refreshment table. Miss Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Georgeff of Hillsboro, Is to be married to Mr. Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Watkins of Bethalto Aug. 25 in Main Street Methodist Church, Upper Alton. Mm. Costello Honored With Family Picnic Mrs. Flossie Costello, 829 Cherry St., East Alton, was the honoree at a family picnic in Rock Spring Park Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Haijpy Ralston and family of Moro; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Costello and family of Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morelli of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Costello and sons of White Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ralston and family of East Alton, and Frank Costello of Jacksonville. Denise Clouatre Is Chriittened in Koxunu Denise Eileen Clouatre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clouatre Jr., 143 West Second St., Roxana, was christened Sunday morning at the Church of the Nazarene, Roxana. Mother's Helper CKUMB8 *»4 •tick) ipoti aloit't iM»r«V9 tlM decorative notif af y«ur best otuiir* »nd SiiMll iuackert will WKI»» 40 K*t Her* Only ntto, II y»n «eci4» l» MVMMW *Uck reoiwi •»» Ii4« H, Ttw*) »«k« H clear to *l(«wca) Mkll In »!*«*». MISS PRITCHAHD Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Pritchard, 143 Lakeside, East. Alton, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lucille, to John R. Stevenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Stevenson, Lebanon, 111. Miss Pritchard is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, and will be a senior this fall at McKendree College in Lebanon, Mr. Stevenson, who also is at student at McKendree College, is a graduate of Lebanon High School. He is a Marine Corps veteran of three years service, having served during the Korean conflict. The couple will be married Aug. 21 in First Methodist Church, East Alton, at 8 o'clock at night. Legion Auxiliary Hears Convention Reports In business session last evening at American Legion HalJ, Sixth and George streets, members of Auxiliary 126 heard reports from those who attended the convention in Chicago's Palmer House late last week, including their president, Mrs. E. H. Springgate, Mrs. Luther McCoy, Mrs. Raymond Herren, Mrs. Bdward Gillespie and Mrs. Warren Lodge. It also was announced that Mrs. Fred fiite has received a ribbon in token of her work during the 1955-56 year through Veterans Craft Shop, presented to her at the department past presidents' convention. A new member of the local auxiliary is Mrs. W. S. O'Neil, a past president of St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. Jessie Hodson won the prize of the evening Monday, and Mrs. Ralph Drury served refreshments after the meeting. Mrs. Hite announced the annual picnic for Spruce Cottage veterans, to which auxiliary members and their families are invited, will be held Aug. 30, at a place to be announced later. The County Council of the Auxiliary meets Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in Bethalto. Zetas' Swimming Party Tonight at SokolowHkls' Members of Zeta Beta Psi Sorority will meet tonight at the home of the Misses Barbara and Georgeanne Sokolowski, 2503 Donald St., for a swimming party and business meeting. Church Class Stages Covered Dish Dinner The Married Couples' Class and its families of the Grace Methodist Church had a covered dish dinner Saturday evening at 6 o'clock at Owens-Illinois Clubgrounds. A business meeting followed dinner. Mrs. Button Jr. of Utah Given Party Here Monday Mrs. Frank Sutton Jr. of Ogden, Utah, was the honoree at a post-nuptial party and shower given last night in President's Room of Onized Club by Mrs. Don Renault and Mrs. Lee Hamby. Provided as diversion was rob-your-neighbor, at which Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs. Ray Renault, Mrs. Gervis Ramsey, Mrs. Larry Ontis, Mrs. Walter Fahrig, Mrs. Carl Davis, Mrs. John Beard, Mrs. Lester Sutton, Mrs. George Walter, Mrs. Leo Pfeffer and Mrs. Paul Rhoades won prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostesses to some 25 guests in attendance. A decorative motif of pink and green was used. Mrs. Sutton and her husband, a member of the United States Air Force, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutton Sr., 907 Brown St. The couple's marriage took place July 4 in Utah. Block Party In Godfrey Sunday Residents of Short street in Godfrey staged a block party Sunday on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haycraft. A covered dish dinner was served at 4 o'clock. The neighbors played badminton, croquet and pinochle. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. Haycraft and son, those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. William Nagy and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Massulone and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taynor, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Luly Jr. and family, Mrs. Lois lie id t ami son, Mrs. Rebecca Bulsler and Miss Arkiu? Reken. The Rev. aid Mrs. Heiu-ke CWcaR-oan Is Best Man far Thomas H. Shepherd Roger Kumler of Chicago, sarved his Beta Theta Pi Fraternity brother, Thomas Hugh Shepherd, as best man Sunday afternoon, when Mr. .Shepherd and the former Miss Margaret Jo Smith were married in First Presbyterian Church, Wood River. Acting as groomsmen and ushers were John Stille, Clifford Thompson, John Rassweiler, all of whom are associated with the bridegroom in graduate school at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and Mete Sozen, also of the university. The names of the bridegroom's attendants were inadvertently omitted from the Shepherd-Smith wedding story which appeared in Monday's issue. Mr. Shepherd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shepherd of Robinson, 111., and his bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Edson Smith, 816 Willow Way Dr., East Alton, are honeymooning in Wisconsin. They will reside at 204 West Pennsylvania, Urbana, after Sept. 1. The newlyweds are graduate students at the State University. The bridegroom is studying for a Ph.D. in organic chemistry, and Mrs. Shepherd is working toward a master's degree in special education. Mrs. Vatole Is Member Of '1,000-Hour Club' Mrs. Leo Vatole, 3700 Coronado Dr., received word this morning from American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Illinois, in Chicago, that she has achieved membership in the national "1.000 Hour Club;" for outstanding volunteer service. The 1,000 hours of work volunteered by Mrs. Vatole have been put in helping hospitalized veterans who are patients in Alton State Hospital. Churches Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church visits the Lutheran Community Center in St. Louis Thursday. Members will leave at 9:15 o'clock in the morning. The regular dessert meeting of the Aid will be at the church at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. <»: -i FOR CAMPUS OR CAREER are fashions shown above, which both coed and career girl can afford and that will fit nicely into either way of life. Fabrics for all three are woven with chromspun for easy upkeep. Slim sheath by Henry Rosenfeld, at left, is in. brown, has narrow stripes in black. The paisley vest, in center, is paired with jacket and skirt in vivid blue, and jacket is lined with the paisley. This ensemble is by Marie Phillips. At right is this girl's choice of separates for date nights, including a camisole top in a ribbon knit worn with a skirt overprinted with velvet.—By Gaile Dugas, NEA Women's Editor. Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buck of Belvidere, LI., left this morning after being in Alton two weeks. They are the son and daughter- in-law of Mrs. Fred Buck, 609 George St., and the late Mr. A prayer and business meet 7 Ing will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Tvving Memorial Baptist Church. Births Mr. and Mrs. James E. Smith of 633 Madison Ave., Wood River, are announcing the birth of their first child, a daughter, at 7:10 p.m. Monday in Wood River Township Hospital. She weighed six pounds, two ounces, and has been given the name of Donna Rae. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Shirley Stormer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stormer, 143 Penning Ave., Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. William Walls of Plainview are announcing the birth of an eight pound, eight ounce son at 10:19 am Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby has been named Gregory and is the couple? firsV child Mrs. Walls was before her marriage Miss Irene Real. A third child and second son, John Doyle, weighing seven pounds, five ounces, was born at 1:34 p.m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hatcher of 493 Plainview Dr., East Alton. The elder children are Sandra Jean, 14, and Charles William, 3. Born at 8:07 p.m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Pace of 2303V 2 Juclson St., was a daughter, weighing five pounds and nine ounces. The couple's other child, a daughter, Linda Diane, is 18 months. Anthony has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bono of 3105 Clay St., as the name of their third child and second son. The infant, born at 9:44 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces.. Their other children are Sam, 13, and Roseann, 2 I / a . Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kasten of Main street, Brighton, of the birth of a daughter at 6:57 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital The baby weighed seven pounds, four ounces. Cheryl Ann is the name of a third child born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Rowe, 2122 Holland St., at 11:22 p.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital, and weighing six pounds, four ounces. The couple's other children are Barbara, 13, and Paul, 16. Kits About Baby Apartment dwellers would do well to teach Baby elevator safety as soon as he can walk. He should walk, hand in hand, to the far corner of the eui, and stand •nere until the door opens again at the correct lloor. Don't poke into Baby's ears or his nose with anything sharp in your zeal to get him clean. Wipe the outside and locations that can be reached with a washcloth and let it go at that. Baby's sudden motions make prodding danger ous. Dcyi', luka, 111., and MJKS Kart>ii Bid*, ot Kockfurd were guests. James Taylor, 1423 Doerr Ave., returned home by plane Monday evening from Buffalo, N. Y., where he spent several days in reunion with fellow servicemen who were together in Signal School in Ansbach, Germany. While in Buffalo, he was a guest of David Owens. Miss Louise Delano, daughter of Fred W. Delano, 1832 Evergreen Ave., arrived in New York today by plane after a two months' tour of Europe. She will arrive in Alton early next week. Miss Delano is a teacher in Joliet public school system. Miss Molly Radecke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Radecke, 1510 Washington Ave., is visiting her parents for a week after spending a few days in New York City. Miss Radecke is making her home in Charleston, N. C., where she is employed by Bradham Advertising Agency. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linkogle Sr., of Clearwater, Fla., are g friends and relatives in wo weeks and are Ir. and Mrs. Henry Reining, 4050 Alby St. Mr. Linkogle is a former mayor of Alton. From here they will go to Lafayette, Ind., to visit .their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reining. Returned to their homes, after attending funeral services here for Fred Buck, are Mr. and Mrs. Harliss Fellingim and sons, Jack and Lee, and Mrs. Gladys King, all of Ridgeway, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Fred Buck, and Mrs. Buck's sister, Mrs. Hester Kittinger, all of Raleigh, m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson will leave by plane this evening for their home in Alhambra, Calif., after being in Alton to attend funeral services for Fred Buck, brother-in-law of Mr. Johnson. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutton Sr., 907 Brown St., are their son, Frank Sutton Jr., USAF, and his bride, of Ogden, Utah. The young couple was wed July 4 in Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schmidt and children, Sarah Jane and Mark, 3057 Alby St., and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Kuhn and sons, Ronald, John and Gary, 334 Bluff St., have returned from Green Lake, Spicer, Minn., where they spent two weeks vacationing together. Expected Thursday afternoon are former Altonians, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Black and sons, Arnold and Dennis, of Urbana, who will be houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Visioni and Mrs. Elizabeth Visioni of Rosewood Heights, for several days. Mr. Black, formerly a Telegraph employe, is employed by the University Press of the University of Illinois. Mrs. Black is a university student. Mrs. Pearl Watkins, 511 Alby St., has returned from an extensive visit with relatives and friends in California and Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Worcester, 401 George St., returned Sunday from a two weeks stay at Beecher's Resort, Annandale, Conservation 'House Party' Stale Clubwomen Meet At Monticello Aug. 27 Calling all women who would conserve our natural resources is Mrs. Earl Anderson, 22nd district conservation chiiirman of the state federation of women's clubs, who is announcing a "Conservation House Party" scheduled for the last week this month. Already planning to attend from Alton are Mrs. Eldon Orr, Alton Woman's Council president, Mrs. O. C. K. Hutchinson and Mrs. Anderson. The "party," which will be held at the Robert Allerton Estate in Monticello, LI., will open Monday, Aug. 27, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and reservations should be made by Wednesday, Aug. 15, through Mrs. Hnr- old P. Dunton, 610 North Scott St., Wheaton, LI. Opening the event will be a dinner at 6 o'clock Aug. 27, followed by colored movies in the evening, a get-acquainted party and a slumber party. MARRIED 63 YEARS—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ennis of Cottage Hills, who celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary alone when emergencies kept all three children from attending — and two blowouts kept even a news photographer from arriving punctually. Staff Photo. East Alton Boy, 14 Burned By Carbide Acid Fumes Nazarene V.B.S. Opens At Roxana 76 Registered At Opening Session EAST ALTON — Jackie N. Grindstaff, 14, of 445 George St., was treated in 'the emergency room of Wood River Township Hospital Monday after carbide acid fumes burned both his hands. The youth was playing with the chemical in his home. He put some of it into a soda bottle and then placed a balloon over the neck of the bottle. A hospital report said acid ROXANA — The Daily Vaca- lumes built up and caused the tion Bible School of the Church balloon to burst, thus burning of the Nazarene opened Monday the boy's hands. His mother, with 76 children and 20 helpers Mrs. Norman Grindstaff, said in attendance. The school is for this morning that her son was children 3 to 14 and is in ses- not injured seriously. sion from 9 a. m. to noon. It Other East Alton residents will run for two weeks, treated in the emergency room Paul Cook is supervisor, Mrs. were Robert E. Ford, 16, son of Ernestine Strange is primary. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, 135 junior department supervisor Westerholdt, and Ray Marmino, a--d Mrs. George Psaute is head r _ i _ j< KEEPING OFFDRYNESS and wrinkles is difficult 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo e< the pre-school department. On" the agenda" for Tuesday, m summer, especially if you're a sun-worshipper. This Marmino, 325 Bender. Pianists are Jtfrs^ Paul Cook Aug. 28, will be speeches, in- young lady's ounce of prevention .is a new vanishing Ford incurred steam burns and MrsT James"Tucker, eluding one by Dr. Ha'rlow cream that is designed to provide moisture, smoothness to the right arm, neck and face Entertain Guest* Mills on Dutch Elm disease, and protection. It's put on before make-up.—By Alicia when steam and water from a ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. and addresses by others of the Hart, NEA Beauty Editor. car radiator spewed up on him. Joseph Campo of Tenth street Llinois State Conservation per- sonnell, and a banquet in the evening. After discussions of our forests, and luncheon at noon Wednesday, the "party" will ad- Homemaking Mites, Yankees Hints Eagles Win In If you have low pipes or beams basement take a leaf Sidelights on the meeting will include a tour of Allerton Park, a bird walk at sun-up and an from the railroad's safety book. opportunity to meet the federa- Han S strands of rope or tack a s i on of the L j tt i e League Mention's new state conservation folded newspaper a foot or so da y even j n g on t ne high school chairman, Mrs. Paul B. Norris anead of each obstruction after diamont j, the Mity-Mites defeal- of Robinson, LI. the fashion of "ticklers" which ed the Rasca , Sll3-to 7 . Batteries Mrs Anderson pmnha<;i7p« hang before entrances to low tun- , .. ,,.. ,. , ivirs. nnueison empnasizes , . , ui.-i.u4u f° r the Mites were Meyers and that reservations are necessary, nels - An advance brush with the even for those not attending the warning devices saves wear and entire session. tear on tne sca] P- He is employed in a service had as their guests Saturday, station near here and the acci- Mrs. Campo's mother and hus- dent occurred while he was work- band, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Ray ing. of Benld; her brother and fam- Marmino lacerated the ring ily, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Emand little fingers of his left hand merling and sons, Paul and Jer- Monday as he was helping friends ry of Rockford; her aunt, Mrg. move a printing press. Both Fred Jacobs of Spring Valley, boys were released after treat- Ml- a nd friends, Mr. and Mrs. ROXANA—In the^hdget divi- lnent< Andrew McClyman and children Andy and Barbara of Oxford, Wis. The McClyman's came here from Kansas City, Kan., where they had been visiting and enjoying a vacation and en route home R. Hamilton and for the Ras- nd Gebelein. Joyce, and Carol Felton. Ice cream and cake were served. Attend MeddiiiK In I'ekin ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Williams of E. Tydeman Ave., attended the wedding Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Springman, 1129 State St., have as their guests for the month of planned to visit Mrs. McCly- man's son and family, Mr. and Rpmardino Calif Their wa™thTSm« ^s Ma! ., ^ u , ,u ,-,., , In the first game on the park Sunday at the Calvary Baptist ^7.'"Thnm»7 wliV"'',' "V'r"t Have dad check the children's diamond the Yankees won from Ch „ . pekjn • ' Ms. Thomas tellereat Coal outdoor vehicles-bicycles scoot- Cardinals 13 to 5> Batteries M t an(J Robert Walu Mjss City"- They left here Sunday e«, wagons. It's a safe bet it s J to stop at the Springfield Fair, been a coon s age since he s .. , , _ , , WMl! Meet Set and Den Morgan and for the doctor of the Roxana schools ROX ANA - The Women's past several years and Missionary Union of lht Fjrst In the second game the Eagles wnll f here re . s11 ... < :. m "." apart " Baptist Church will have an all- Now's the time to buy that de£eated the Midgets 14 to 9 . Bat . ment at the Williams home. dfly wm . k meeling Thursdav be . !^ " "^ SC °° P y ° U nCeded teries for the Eagles were Tuck- »^ HM ' ^K * M !f' H-ning * *> a - »• A potluck tighten Wta, alid o 1 nd grease in the pr'oper places. Cardma.s Sanchez and Everette. tor Wlnter " Board to Meet The board of the Church of the Nazarene will meet at 7:30 p. m. today at the dinner will be served at noon. First day of school may well be , Excavate the c i oset Saturday with a party for 20 »" their home. i. Joseph R. Monks "" """ """""" er and S. Martin and for the and children Joey Jimmy and Wash the storm windows now, Midgets Taulbee and Bednurz. meet at 7:30 p m- today at 1he Prayer beads - are an ancient Thomas of Toledo, O., were here and cover with newspapers. Store Birthday Party church for their first meeting custom and probably first wen last week visiting Mr. Monk s in a corner of the garage or base- ROXANA - Mr. and M r s. since election. used by Buddhists, father, Joseph, and sister Ger- ment against the day when you'll Robert L. McGhee, 233 Thomas ; just have to put them up. celebrated the seventh birthday P^ents Mr. and Mrs of theip daughteri Deborah Ann Anthony P. Springman, 1129 State St. Capt. Harrison H. Farley, M.- beforehand and corral the rub------ ----- -•• j ---• Prize winners were: Larry Dept. 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