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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 28* 1956 Society... MISS fiOKMAX Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Gorman, 2312 Hair drive, are announcing the engagement and approaching mnrrmge of their daughter, Jeanne Marie, <o Richard E. Kdwards Jr.. 427 Mitchell St., Clairlon, Pa. Mr. Edwards is the son of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards. 920 West Main St. Festus, Mo. Miss Gorman is a graduate of Marquette Mich School, and is an inactive member of Phi Tau Omega Sorority. She is employed in the research laboratory of Shell Oil Co. Mr. Edwards is a graduate of Festus (Mo.) High School. He received his B. S. degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and his M. S. degree from Iowa State College, Ames. Mr. Edwards is a research chemist for United States Steel, dairton, Pa. The couple's wedding will lake place Saturday, Nov. 3. Miss Blodgett Honored At Bridal Shower Miss Clare Blodgett, iidnce of James M. Kreid, was guest of honor at a pre-nuptial party given by Miss Betty Emons and Mrs. Roy Hall in the home of Miss Emons, 3600 Gary Ave., I^riday evening. After refreshments were served by the hostesses, the tionoree opened gifts which tyere of a personal nature. The wedding of Miss Blodgett and Mr. Kreid will take place Saturday in the First Baptist Church. •.'* BPWC Planning Meet This Eveaing Officers, chairmen, co-chairman and special chairmen of Alton Business & Professional Women's Club will have a planning meeting this evening, 7:30 o'clock, at the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. Kennedy Honored With Surprise Party Mrs. Ivan Kennedy, nee Miss Juanita Fisher, was surprised with a party given by Mrs. John H. Fisher and Mrs. Manford .Westbrook in President's Room of Onized Club Saturday evening. ; In attendance were some 20 guests, who showered the honoree with gifts. . Awarded prizes at bunco were Mrs. Charles Mohr, Mrs. William Grain, Mrs. Charles Heintz, Miss Edith Ament and Mrs. David Fisher. The evening's prize went to Miss Marian Vogelnohl, and Miss Darlene Westbrook won the over• all bunco prize. P-efresoments were served by the hostesses at a late hour. Betty ABM Stanka'* Birthday Celebrated Betty Ann Stanka, two-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Stanka of Godfrey, was honored with a birthday party given by her parents in their home Sunday afternoon. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buckner, paternal grandparents of Betty Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wyman Sr., maternal grandparents, Mrs. Walter Wyman Jr., Patty and Mikie, Mrs. Curtis Pollard, Susan, Joey and Tommy, Mrs. Robert Young, Nona, Loretta and Floyd, Mrs. Orville Phiel, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyman, Bobby and Jayne, of Hillvievv, 111. Refreshments were served by the hosts, and tiny straw hats were used as favors. Miss Prltchard Completes Wedding Plans Plans have been completed for the wedding of Miss Lucille Pritchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Pritchard, 143 Lakeside, East Alton, and John R. Stevenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stevenson, Lebanon, 111, The wedding is scheduled for S o'clock in the evening at First .Methodist Church, East Alton, Friday. A reception will be held in the church social rooms immediately following the ceremony. Friends and relatives are invited to attend both the \\ed- iiing and recoptioii. I'wrlliivllle «.!rl Kngagcd ?0 B« Married Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Costcllo of CarUnville, are announcing the engagement ot their young- <r*t daughter. Theresa, to John IV. Hums, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Ivilliam Burns. Hunker Hill. ISUf CosU-llo was jauiuutU'd ii\HO Gu'linvillf Community |Ugtl School \\ith t)u> dn»s; of ISM, and Mr. liiinih was gnui- from Shinnvtm High oLli&l. 'Streets of NPW York' Thomp of Dnnrp 'S11pels of New York' 1 was the theme Saturday evening when ZetH Brta Psi Sorority staged its annual summer formal dance from 9-1 o'clock in Ihr Mineral Springs Hotel. Some (ifi couples danced to the musin of Dar Stroud and his orchestra. Noon signs bearing the names of New York supper clubs were spaced al>oiit (he ballroom. Programs wore handed to guests from a white vendor wagon with a canopy top. A simulation of the skyline of Broadway extended across the east wall of the room in which various street scenes were set up. Small white tables and chairs were arranged in a sidewalk cafe scene, over which a red and white awning was stretched. Real flowers filled window boxes to give the scene authenticity. Individual—hurricane lamps placed on tables provided the only light in the ballroom, and in the dimness, a dummy dressed in tuxedo and top hat was seen clinging to a lamppost. Refreshments were served during intermission. Miss St. Cin Entertains For Bride-to-Be Miss Georgia Lou St. Cin entertained at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George St. Cin, Brighton, in honor of Miss Mary Lou Elmore, fiancee of Harry Pranger of Carrollton. The guests, former classmates and friends of Miss Elmore and Miss St. Cin, were entertained informally on the lawn, and the diversion of the afternoon was swimming in the family pool. Gifts for the bride-to-be were arranged on a table under a large patio umbrella. Refreshments were served by Mrs. St. Cin in individually- wrapped picnic boxes hand- painted by Miss St. Cin, revealing the date of the marriage of Miss Elmore to Mr. Pranger, which will be Saturday, Sept. 15, in St. Alphonsus' Church, Brighton. Mrs. Ogden Is Given Post-Nuptial Party Mrs. Owen Ogden, nee Margie Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell of Jerseyville, was feted with a post-nuptial party given Monday evening by Mrs. John Beard and her daughter, Ann, in the Beard home, 1123 Brown St. Decorating the dining room table was a miniature wedding party under an umbrella, over which hung white bells and white streamers. At games played for diversion, prizes were awarded Mrs. W. P. Hine, Mrs. Eugene Perdun, Mrs. Joseph Reno, Mrs. Orris Davenportl and Mrs. Laura Davenport. Also in attendance were Mrs. William Fitzgerald of Meadowbrook, Mrs. Earl Bailey, Mrs. Andrew Bell, Jerseyville; Mrs. Chester E. Bates, North Little Rock, Ark.; Miss Dorothy Bailey, Mrs. Orba Davenport and Mrs. Harold Simmons. The honoree's husband, Com- missionaryman Ogden, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmons, 1016 Milnor St., is en route to Japan aboard the U. S. S. Bolster. The couple's wedding was an event of July 28 in a Baptist chapel in Yuma, 'Ariz, .before the Rev. Charles A. Cody. Brighton Brides-Elect Honored at Showers Miss Jane Bott, fiancee of Carson Oberlander Jr., was showered with miscellaneous gifts Thursday evening at a prenuptial party given b> Mrs. Gene Bott, Mrs. Raymond Heideman, and Mrs. Carson Oberlander at the Presbyterian parish house in Brighton. Prizes for garnet were won by Miss Janet Belt, Miss Carolyn Bott, Mrs. Donald Werts, Mrs. Mayo McAfee and* Mrs. Louis Schlief. A decorated sprinkling can was suspended over the gift table, which was decorated in pink and white and garden flowers. Refreshments were served at tables centered with bouquets of roses and asters. Miss Bott and Mr. Oberlander will be married Friday in the Brighton First Presbyterian Church. Miss Wells Feted Miss Shirley Jean Well, fiancee of Neal Burk, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at Wesley Center in Brighton by the Missus Juanita Anders, Sylvia Collins, Eleanor Schroeder, Linda Goss and Nancy Swan, former classmates of the bride- fled. The room was decorated with given and white .streamers. The theme was "This Is Your Life." telling of different incidents in Miss Well's life. The hoiunve opened her gifts niter which refreshments were served. <iAli PrcM-nt* Flag To Brighton Seoul* Ahun Circle 12U, Grand Army i>l the Republic, presented Girl Stout Troop 3 of Brighton with an American flag during their investiture semte laiU evening MR. AND MRS. DONALD SHEWMAKE (Schrcier Photo) MR. AND MRS. FRANK E. GILLESPIE St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Wood River, was the setting Saturday night at 8 o'clock when Miss Janice Schutz, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schutz, '143 Dulaney Ave., Wood River, became the bride of Donald Shewmake, son of Mrs. Mabel Shewmake, 1010 West Ninth St. The altar was banked with palms, ferns and bouquets of white gladioli, and lighted by tapers in four seven branch candelabra. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Eugene Smith. As the guests were assembling, Mrs. Fred Obermiller played organ selections. >During the ceremony, Miss Joyce Helm, accompanied by Miss Janice Helmkamp, sang "Because," "The Lord's Prayer" and "With These Hands." Lighting the candles prior to the ceremony were the Misses Carol Powell and Barbara Berry, who wore blue and pink gowns, respectively. Miss Schutz chose her sister, Mrs. Ronald Reid, as matron of honor, and Miss Carla Kelly, her cousin, as bridesmaid. Paula McCune, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dewey McCune, acted as flower girj. Attending the bridegroom were James White as best man, and James Rock as groomsman. Guests were seated by Gary Shewmake, brother of the bridegroom, and Denny Kelly, cousin of the bride. Serving as ring bearer was Bobby Angleton, nephew of the bridegroom and son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Angleton. The bride, escorted by her father, appeared in a ballerina length gown of white lace and net over satin, designed with long sleeved lace bodice, scalloped sweetheart neckline and full bouffant skirt with a scalloped hemline held wide by hoops. Her short veil of illusion was held in place with a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a while Bible adorned with a purple orchid and stephanotis. The bride's attendants wore identically fashioned h o o p- skirted ballerina length gowns of nylon net over pastel taffeta. The bouffant overskirts of net and strapless bodices featured small ruffles in multiple shades of the same color. Wide pleated sashes of taffeta, net stoles covering the shoulders, and small coronets of net and rosebuds matching their gowns completed their costumes. Mrs. Reid appeared in pink and carried a cascade bouquet of pink chrysanthemums, and Miss Kelly wore blue, carrying yellow chrysanthemums. Tiie flower girl, whose pink net gown over matching taffeta was fashioned with yoke of illusion outlined with a ruffle of net and bouffant skirt highlighted by ruffles, wore a coronet of net and rosebuds. She carried a backet filled with pink and yellow chrysanthemums. A reception was held in the social room of the church immediately following the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a three-tier wedding cake encircled with smilax. A bouquet of white ponir pons was placed on the guest- book table. Serving cake was Miss Pat Ledbetter, and punch was poured by Mrs. C. D. Angleton, presiding at the gift table was Mrs. Thomas Leese, and Miss Joanne Eslingler was in charge of the guestbook. After a short honeymoon, the bride and her groom will reside at 9U3A Sixth St. Mr. Shewmake, a graduate ot East Alton-Wood River Community High School, is employed by Food Center in Alton. His bride, also a graduate of the same school, is employed in the office of Alton Box Board. Feuquay-Schnelder Nuptials Read In Highland White flowers and greenery decorated the sanctuary and tapers lighted the center aisle Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Highland, when Miss Lucille Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benton Schneider of Highland, became the bride of Harry Lee Feu- qu,ay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Feuquay, 500 South Ninth St., Wood River. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. F. C. Allrich. Mrs. Kenneth Wellington of Evanston, was matron of honor and the Misses Marvene and Judy Schneider of Highland, aunt and cousin of the bride, respectively, served as bridesmaids. Damon Helmantoler of Peoria served the bridegroom as best man and Gordon Russell of Edwardsville, and Robert Ritter of Hartford were groomsmen. Philip Russell of Edwardsville and Darwin Stuckwisch of Highland acted as ushers. Cathy Vrell was flower girl and Larry Hug carried the rings. The bride, who entered the church with her father, wore a floor length gown of white embroidered organdy with a tiered, bouffant skirt. The fitted bodice was fashioned with a Sabrina neckline, dipping to a deep V in back, and short shirred sleeves. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to an organdy cap trimmed in pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses centered with an orchid. The bride's attendants were dressed identically in ballerina length gowns of blue embroidered organdy over taffeta, with matching mitts. The skirts over crinoline had matching taffeta cumberbunds with large bows extending into long streamers. Short circular veils of Allusion fell from headdresses covered with organdy. They carried bouquets of red rosebuds. Mrs. Lyle Shimer was ,organist. She accompanied Mrs. Elmer Langenberg who sang "Oh, Promise Me," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The church dining room, where a reception was held immediately following the ceremony, was decorated with wedding bells inside kissing rings trimmed with lilies of the valley. The cake table, also trimmed in lilies of the valley, was covered in white and draped with blue tulle. Joseph Chunn cut the cake, and Mrs. Joseph Chunn and Mrs. Raymond Schneider served. Miss Carol Feutz presided at the guest book. The bride is a graduate of Highland High School and until her marriage was employed in the office of the superintendent of the Highland Community Schools. Mr. Feuquay, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, is employed by Laclede Steel Co. After a wedding trip to New Orleans the couple will reside in Wood River. 1, fttilnlmw Assembly Initiated Last Kventng Alton Assembly No. 8, Order of Rainbow for Girls, initiated a class of candidates last evening at its meeting at 7:30 o'clock in Franklin Masonic Temple. Planning to return from a short honeymoon Friday, and to reside in an apartment in St. Louis, are the former Miss Esther P. Holbrook, daughter of Mrs. Charles Gott, 215 South Pence St., East Alton, and her bridegroom, Frank E. Gillespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Gillespie of Greenville, 111. The bride, a 1952 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, was graduated from Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1955, and was employed by Alton Memorial Hospital until she resigned to complete wedding plans. Her husband, a graduate of Greenville High School, attended Shurtleff College two years, and will enter Washington University, St. Louis, this fall. Mr. Gillespie served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean conflict. The couple's marriage, a double ring ceremony read at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon by the . Rev. William F. Bohn in First Baptist Church, East Alton, was followed by a reception in the social room of the church. William Holbrook escorted his sister down the aisle. They followed Miss Karen Lynn Murphy, the bride's sole attendant. John Taylor was best man, and Jerry Staten and Bill Tite were ushers. The bride's attire included a waltz length gown of white lace over net and taffeta, styled with long sleeves, and scoop neckline, and a crown of sequins and seed pearls, which held her shoulder length silk veil. She carried a drop bouquet of while , carnations and lilies of the valley. Miss Murphy wore a waltz length frock of blue lace over blue taffeta, with blue accessories, and she canned a drop bouquet of pink carnations. Palms decorated the candle- lighted altar, backed with woodwardia. "Wedding Prayer" and "Walk Hand In Hand" were among the nuptial selections presented by Mrs. Thelma J. Ballard, organist, and Miss Sandra Vance, vocalist. At the reception, sisters of the bride, the Misses Barbara and Earlene Holbrook, were in charge of the gift table and guest book, respectively. Others who assisted included Miss Sally Walsh, Mrs. Mary R. Mohundro, Mrs. Betty France, Mrs. Lee Murphy, Mrs. William F. Bohn, Mrs. Richard Boyce and Mrs. Gott. (Schlobohm Photo MISS CU8TKR Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Custer of Carrollton, are annduncing the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to Robert Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young of Cottage Hills. The bridegroom-to-be is an employe of Laclede Steel Co. T at 8 o'clock in the Brighton Junior High gymnasium. Mrs. Barbara Kinso-r. patriotic instructor ol Circle 126, made the presentation. JESSEN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC announces the opening of its FALL TERM Itgimiing September 4. Private Letsont in Piano, Organ and Theory. MUSICAL KINDERGARTEN Tuesday and Thursday Mornings, 9:30 to U: 30 Kindergarten fnralbnent, Thursday, Aug. 30. Wtl COLLEGE AVK. PHONK 3-7068 MISS KAMP Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kamp, 219 Wood River Ave., East Alton, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, Annabelle, to James F. Howard, son of Ross Howard of Fosterburg, and Mrs. Jeanette Bloomer of Cottage Hills. Mr. Howard attended Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Miss Kamp, a 1955 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, is an employe of Illinois State Bank, East Alton. The couple plans to wed in October. \ Brighton Couple Completes Wedding Plans Plans have been completed for the wedding of Miss Shirley Jean Well and Neal Eugene Burk at St. Paul's Methodist Church, Brighton. The ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday evening, Sept. 5, at 8 o'clock, before the Rev. Leo L. Copeland. The couple's attendants will be Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kramer of Brighton. A reception will be held fol-' lowing the ceremony in Wesley Center, Brighton. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Sawyer, who were married Aug. 27, 1906, observed the golden anniversary of their wedding with an informal party at Villa Terrace, where Mr. Sawyer has been a patient for several months, yesterday. Their granddaughters, Betsy Scott and Candy Scott, served cake to the guests at Villa Terrace. Mr. Sawyer was 88 last July. His bride of 50 years ago, the former Maude O. Powell, was 86 last April. Their marriage took place in the Powell home on Walnut street, before a Presbyterian minister. Lance Brian (iluson CliriKtoiHul Sunday Lance Brian Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Gibson, 2219 Marquette Dr., was christened Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the Evangelical and Reformed Church by the Rev. Leonard F. Todd. Sponsors for the baby were Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibson. A dinner was served in the parental home after the christening ceremony. , SORORITY OFFICERS AND ESCORTS pictured at the Zeta Beta Psi formal dance in Mineral Springs Hotel include: Ronnie Coffler with Miss Gail Hildebrand, president; Chris Lavick with Miss Alice Waterhouse, vice president; Jim Jun with Miss Pat Norton, secretary,-and Ken Schoeck with Miss Barbara Pierce, treasurer.— Staff Photo. r .MISS SILVEUS The engagement of Miss Carole Janice Silveus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Silveus, 481 Sullivan Ave., Rosewood Heights, to Robert S. Greenwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shermon Greenwood, 461 East Third St., is announced by her parents. Miss Silveus is a senior student at Roxana High School. She and her fiance plan to be married following her gi-adua- tion. The bridegroom-elect, a graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Laclede Steel Co. More Than 500 See 'Theaterama' CHAUTAUQUA—More than 500 Chautauquans and their guests from the Alton and St. Louis areas witnessed the premier production of the newly formed Chautauqua Summer Stock Players Sunday. The production, "Theater- ama," was a mixture of various types of entertainment and drama. The Valley-Aires, composed of Chautauqua residents, supplied orchestra melodies before, during and after the performance. And for the young-at- heart, Robert Lindhorsl, a magician from St. Louis, produced moments of illusion. Before one of the plays, three Chautauquans, Mrs. Mildred Norris, Favre Gould and Sy Hotze sang, "She's More to Be Pitied Than Censured." Features of the theatrical evening were three one-act plays, which carried a rising mood from serious tragedy and depression to exaggerated comedy and gayety. An Oriental fantasy, "Dragon Boat," a family comedy, "Lute Lunch," and a howling melodrama, "The Villian Foiled Again," took the audience through the emotions. Immediately following the production, a "Strike Party" was held at Paul Schmidt's restaurant on the grounds, where the slock company and friends discussed the premier production and plans for next season's program. Sorority Tea Sunday At Hotel Stratford Alpha Junior Chapter members of Theta Rho Epsilon Sorority entertained at tea in the Terrace Room of Stratford Hotel Sunday from 2-4 o'clock, and some 60 persons attended. Mothers of members, rushees and mothers of rushees comprised the guest list. The sweets table was centered with garden flowers of •light blue and white, the sorority's colors. The Misses Barbara Lindsay and Judy Bayley served and Miss Janet Dehner was in charge of the guest book. Special entertainment was furnished by Miss Betty Lefler. • i Couple's -Tilly Marriage Rt-\enle<l Today Announced today is the marriage of Miss Beverly Lynn Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Howard, 419 Crest Ave., Kirkwood, Mo., and Don Scheiter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Scheiter, 3422 California Ave., which took place July 21 in Zion Lutheran Church, St. Louis. The couple is residing at 2508 Arclen Ave., Pine Lawn, Mo. Mr. Scheiter, a 1952 graduate of St. Louis University school of commerce and finance, is entering his senior year in the university's school of law, and is employed by Universal Match Corp., St. Louis. He is affiliated with Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Delta Phi and Delta Sigma Phi. The former Miss Howard, a 1954 graduate of Kirkwood High School, Mo., is employed in the office of Sohio Oil Co., Clayton, Mo. Sororily Plans Rush Party Tuesday Evening Nu Phi Mu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, will entertain rushees this evening with a 49 'er party, when a wiener roast will be the event of the evening. The party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Walter, 2506 State St., at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Waller are aunt and uncle of the hostess, Miss Alice Rundell Susan Horrell Notes Birthday With Party Susan Horvell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Horrell, 100 Elble St., celebrated her llth birthday with a party at which 12 guests were present in her home Sunday afternoon. Bunco was the diversion provided, with prizes for excellence at the game going to Gloria Little, Cindy March, Nancy Spaulding, Libby Boedeker, Teresa Davey and Susan. Carried out in favors, decorations and the birthday cake was a rainbow scheme of col- Painter-Hunter Nuptials Set for Saturday Miss Barbara Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter, 2926 Werges St., has chosen Saturday evening at 8 o'clock as the time of her wedding to Raymond Lee Painter of East Alton. The Rev. William F. Bohn will read the ceremony in th» First Baptist Church, East Alton, after which a reception will be held in the church social rooms for friends and relatives of the couple. Miss Christopher Feled At Bridal Shower Miss Shirley Christopher, fiancee of Gene A. Ramey, was honored last evening with a miscellaneous shower in the President's Room of Onized Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Everett ,Green, Mrs. Burt Rose, Mrs. Omar Thompson and Miss Barbara Thompson. As each guest arrived, she was given a card on which to write her favorite recipe for future use,of the bride-to-be. Pink and white asters centered the refreshment table, flanked by pink candles in crystal candelabra. The evening's prizes'Vent to Mrs. Wayne Cook, Mrs. Melvin Owens and J. T. Elliott. Miss Christopher and Mr. Ramey will be married Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Main Street Methodist Church. Miss Seil>ert Chosen 'Jubilee' Hostess Miss Judy Seibert, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Seibert, 901 Henry St., has been selected to serve as hostess to the Westinghouse confection color kitchen display at the Mid-America Jubilee in St. Louis. A home economics major at Fontbonne College, Miss Seibert will demonstrate electrical equipment to persons visiting the display opening Sept. 1 on the riverfront. Our Slip Is Showing! Through error, the studio credit lines on two wedding pictures appearing on Monday'! social page were transposed. The picture of William C. Pullen and his bride, the former Miss' Janet Kay Dickerson. should have been credited to Hicks Photo Studio. ., The picture of Jack Watkins , and Mrs. Watkins, nee Gena Wells, was made by Schlobohm photo service.. Lodges Mvs. Horrell served refreshments, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Alex Zerwas. Authorized Distributors OMEGA ari HAMILTON WATCHES Se« Our Selection EDWARD OTT JEWELER Stafford Hotel Bldg. Alton's Leading Deportment Store line lid eh? well, fellow, rescue your be§i jlrl't affec- lioni. Send her some lovely flowers ... thtper- Jiti gift, li'i easy. ll'« in- cxpentive. Just phone or come*in to our ihop. Your lovely floweri with • pertonal card will be delivered in no lime! ER SHOP Marguerite Camp, 500, Royal Neighbors of America, meeti this evening at 8 o'clock in th« IOOF Hall for a social session. (Additional Social, Fane 9.) 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