Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1956 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1956 Society... ,t«1le GecMrs Fetrd At Brldnl Shower Miss Clare Blodgett, who wil< become a bride Saturday, entertained with Mrs. Robert Kuhn Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Julie Geddes who also will he a Saturday bride. Miss Geddes will marry Rol> ert. Joseph Crivello at 10 o'clock in the morning at St. Mary's Church. The party took place on the patio at the home of Mrs. Inland Kreid, Godfrey. Prizes for the evening went to Mrs. Ross Sherwood, Mrs, Joseph Crivello and Mrs. Joseph Cies. Flowers floated in a fountain set up on fl patio table and refreshments were served from a table centered with pink and white baby chrysanthemums. The honoree was showered with gifts of a personal nature by the 18 guests attending the event- Veterans at Hospital Entertained Thursday Entertained with a dinner party and an afternoon of group singing and games Thursday, by members of American Legion Auxiliary 126, were 135 veterans of Spruce Cottage at Alton State Hospital. The meal, prepared by the auxiliary women during the morning in American Legion Hall, was taken to the hospital and served at noon. Tray luncheons were served 36 hospitalized veterans. Assisting with the preparation were: Mrs. A. E. Springgate, president, Mrs. John Lefler, hospital chairman, Mrs. Fred Kite, rehabilitation chairman, Mrs. L. M. Cummings, Mrs. Frank Baker, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Ralph Drury and daughter, Vivian, Mrs. Mattie Smith, Mrs. Byron Bivens, Mrs. Leo Vatole, Mrs. John E. Jacoby, Mrs. Raymond Herren, Mrs. Anna Harris, Mrs. Raymond Cox and Mrs. Dan Evans. The majority of these women went, on to the hospital for the party, where they were met and assisted by. Mrs. Paul Ufert, rehabilitation chairman for Wood River Auxiliary, Mrs. Ellsworth Hunt, alternate hospital chairman for East Alton Auxiliary, Mrs. Steve Koniak, Macoupin County president, Mrs. George Malmar, rehabilitation chairman for Benld Auxiliary. A guest of the organization, who also assisted for the occasion, was Mrs. Myrtle Gaines. McCoy-Burger Wedding Plan* Completed Arrangements have been completed for the marriage of Miss Beverly Mae Burger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmermaker, 2414 Kohler St., and Donald Edward McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCoy, Rt. 3, Godfrey, which will take place at 7 o'clock Saturday evening in Cherry Street Baptist Church, and will be followed by a reception in the church social rooms. Relatives and friends of the nuptial pair are invited to attend the ceremony and be received 1 afterwards. Parents of the bridegroom-to- be, Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, assisted by Mrs. Bernard Buese, will entertain members of the wedding party with dinner in Country Kitchen tonight, prior to rehearsal of the service. Mim Quarton to Be Wed Sunday Afternoon Miss Geneva Quarton, beautician at the Victoria Beauty Shop in Carlinville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Quarton of near Palmyra, will be married Sunday to James Frankford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Frankford of Bird ..Township. The ceremony will be at the Quarton home at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Frank L. Crouch of Carlinville, officiating. The attendants will be Miss Lucille Quarton and Alvis Frankford, sister and brother of the couple. Miss Quarton was graduated from Carlinv-'.'r High School, class of 1951, and Mr. Frankford attended the same school. He returned July 28, from 16 months duty with the Army in Korea. The pair plans to reside on a farm southwest of Carlinville. WHEN lho»« W«bly-pri*ed talent leather party «hoe* MW new. keep them lubricated •Itb » Mt el petroleum )e»7 •e they won't crack. And vbfM Ifcey've begun to IOM Ifceir «tw*. u*e » fpecUl pa* tentpettah. Wipe the te»iber vlU » temp doth ftr»t. te MM *url»** far tbe Tantr.v, 'Cl*«n-tJp' Shower Given for Miss Newman Mrs. William Strcbel and Mrs. Thoinns Korte entertained last evening in the home of the former on Godfrey road with a pantry and "clpan-up" shower honoring Miss Irene Newman, September bride-elect. (rifts of equipment for the pantry and cleaning were arranged for the honoroe on a table surrounding a broom and mop made to resemble a bride and bridegroom. Bridge WHS the diversion provided the 12 guests, with prizes for excellence going to Mrs. William E. Newman, mother of the bridMo-be, Miss Newman and Mrs. Gene Yost. Dessert was served at a late hour by the hostesses. Favors were candy-stick bridesmaids. Miss Newman is the fiancee of Kenneth F. Felden. Their wedding will bo an event of Sept. 15. Graduate Nurse MRS. DARRELL LEE MANSFIELD 31ISS PARKEH Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker of 114 West First St., Hartford, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Ronald Hasenjaeger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hasenjaeger of 104 West Fifth St., Hartford. The bridegroom-to-be is in the United States Navy, stationed at Newport, R. I. He has been in service two years, having taken his basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, HI., and serving in Cuba, France, Italy, Greece, Ireland, England and Sweden. He will leave on another Mediterranean cruise in November, and has two more years to serve in the Navy. Mr. Hasenjaeger was graduated from East Alton-Wood River Community High School in 1953. He worked at Walter's Market in Hartford prior to enlisting in the Navy. Miss Parker is a senior student at East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Couple to Wed Sept. 1 In JerseyvlUe The wedding of Miss Mar jorie Christine Ringhausen and Pvt. William Edward Woodman of Jerseyville, will take place in First Presbyterian Church. Jerseyville, at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening. Invitations have not been mailed for the occasion, but relatives and friends are invited to attend the wedding and the reception which will follow in the social rooms of the church. Miss Ringhausen is the daughter of Mrs. Steve Ringhausen and the late Mr. Ringhausen. Pfc. Woodman is the son of Mrs. Verna Woodman of Jerseyville. Legion Auxiliary Parley To Meet Tuesday The Past President's Parley of Alton Unit 126, American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. W. S. O'Neal, 3316 Brown St. Mary Stulz Honored At Bridal Shower The Misses Mary Fisher and Elizabeth Zigrang entertained at the Westerner Club for Miss Mary Stutz, who will wed Robert Tarrant Oct. 6. The bridal shower was given Wednesday evening and the honoree received miscellaneous gifts from some 25 guests. Robryour-neighbor was played and prizes awarded to Miss Sandy Davenport, Mrs. Clar-. •ence Davenport, Mrs. Bertha Stutz, Mrs. Leroy Brooks, Mrs. Glen Colley and Mrs. William Tarrant. , Refreshments were served from a table decorated with silver wedding bells. Rehearsal Dinner <jiven By Mta* Mae JS'eedham Miss Mae Needham, 1130 West Ninth St., entertained last night with a buffet dinner for members of the wedding party of her niece, Miss Edwina Needham, and her fiance, Robert D. Weishaupt, following rehearsal of the ceremony. The bride-to-be, daughter of Mrs. R. J. Haneghan of Bunker Hill, and the late Edward Needham, and Mr. Weishaupt, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Weishaupt, will be wed at '2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in SS. Peter & Paul's Church. They will receive relatives and friends in Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall on Delrnar avenue after the wedding. After a wedding trip to Boston and th e New England States and San Francisco, Calif., via plane, Darrell Lee Mansfield and his bride, the former Miss Nancy Anne Gris- wolcl, will reside on West Bridgeport street in White Hall. They will be at home Sept. 10. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy H. Mansfield of White Hall, is engaged in farming west of White Hall. He is a 1954 graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia, having received a degree in animal husbandry. Mr. Mansfield belongs to Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity. Mrs. Mansfield, daughter of Mrs. Loyal S. Griswold of White Hall, attended MacMurray College, Jacksonville. She spent the last year employed as a reservationist by TWA Airlines in St. Louis. Double ring vows were exchanged by the couple last Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in First Presbyterian Church, White Hall, before Dr. J. H. Sanders, and relatives and friends were received in Hilltop Supper Club following the ceremony. H. M. Howard of University City, Mo., escorted his sister-in- law down the aisle. They followed Mrs. David Ridings of Champaign, matron of honor, Miss Abbryn Lakin of White Hall, and Mrs. H. M. Howard of University City, the bride's sister, bridesmaids, and Cathy Jean Early, flower girl. Donald Mansfield was his brother's best man, while John Early and Robert Dean were groomsmen. Ushers were John Griswold and Earl Spangenberg, and the candles were lighted by Rex and Robert Harr, both of Greenfield. William H. Strang H was ring bearer. The bride wore her great- grandmother's ankle length wedding gown of sheer imported white cotton mull, styled with empire waistline, puffed sleeves, wide cumberbund and full gathered skirt, over a tucked and embroidered petticoat. A small crown of tulle and sequins held her fingertip veil, and she carried white gardenias and smilax. Carrying white lace fans adorned with gardenias tinted to match their frocks and smilax were the bride's attendants, who appeared in ballerina length gowns of white dotted Swiss over taffeta, Mrs. Ridings' dress, over yellow taffeta, had a yellow sash, and the bridesmaids' gowns, over blue taffeta, had blue sashes. The flower.girl's frock, of all white, svas accented with a blue sash. At the reception, Miss Mary Frances McCollister was in charge of the gift table, and Mrs. Donald Mansfield registered guests. Serving were Mrs. Curtis Griswold, Mrs. Merrill Kesinger, Mrs. Robert Hurt, Miss Marianne Schmalz and Miss Martha Zimmerman. For the ceremony, Mrs. Carl Moullon was organist, and Mrs. H. H. Howard was vocal soloist. To Become RN Churches Sunday school department members of Church of God in Christ, Congregational, will have an outing all day Sunday. They will leave the church at 11 o'clock in the morning for Forest Park, St. Louis, where basket dinners will be served. Andrew Davis and Charles Burnett may be contacted for information. Regular schedule of services will be resumed at Cherry Street Baptist Church Sunday. Two morning worship services will he held, at 8:15 and 10:40. Church school will meet at 9:30 a.m. and evening service at 7:30. MISS HUDSPETH Miss Phyllis Hudspeth, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lee .Hudspeth, 24 South Fourth St., Wood River, will be graduated from Missouri Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis, this evening at 8 o'clock. The graduation ceremony will be held at the Third Baptist Church, St. Louis. Miss Hudspeth, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, will be affiliated with Missouri Baptist Hospital after graduation. Can You Select Best Quality Muskmelons? URBANA.—How do you select a cantaloupe or muskmelon? Can you pick a top-quality one every time? The first rule to remember is mat the quality of the melon cannot be improved after it has been harvested. Unripe melons are poor in taste and high in waste, so be sure of the quality before you buy. Take time to examine the melon, advises Norman Oebker, University of Illinois horticulture specialist. Be sure its entire surface is well netted. Do not buy a smooth melon or a "slicker." Good table-quality cantaloupe will usually have no part of the stem attached. If it was picked at maturity, or vine-ripeness, it should have a circular, depressed area about the size of a dime at the stem end. Such a melon is said to have been picked at "full slip." Frequently cantaloupes are selected on the basis of aroma. But don't depend on aroma alone. Melons that have not been refrigerated for several hours or ones that are overmature can meet the aroma test too. Another far too common method of selecting cantaloupes is to squeeze or press the ends of the fruit to detect softness. This test can "trick" you too, for obviously after several customers have performed this ritual on the same melon it will pass the "softness" test regardless of quality. Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chase, 2602 Rutledge St., attended the Du Quoin State Fair Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. William McCluny of Collinsville. Short chunky pods of okra are usually better eating than the long slender pods. MISS FITZHUG1I Miss Carmen J, Fitzhugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Elvis Fitzhugh, 613 Bering Ave., was graduated last night from St. Luke's School of Nursing, St. Louis, during a ceremony held in Central Presbyterian Church, Clayton, Mo. An Alton High School graduate of 1953, Miss Fitzhugh plans to take a vacation before making an employment choice in her new career. ReorgaiiizeDuties For Fall Season URBANA.—Summer's casualness often disrupts family schedules. Now that fall is approaching, Margueritte Briggs, University of Illinois child development specialist, suggests that you sit down as a family and reorganize your duties and responsibilities. During the vacation months children often drift into schedules of their own that may cause an unhappy family situation when school opens unless some system of responsibilities is developed. Time schedules, task assignments and responsibilities are things to bring up for discussion in the family group. All members should have a hand in laying the plans. When children share in the planning, they are more willing to assume their responsibilities. After you outline plans for new or revised schedules, you might stage a "trial run" to see whether you've allowed enough time for all activities. Posting a schedule of assignments and times in a conspicuous place and checking off completed tasks may minimize parents' nagging and children's quarreling, says Miss Briggs. Births Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Telkamp, 216 Goulding Ave., East Alton, are announcing the birth of a son at 10:33 a.m. Thursday in Wood. River Township Hospital. NEW STUDENT NURSES AT ALTON MEMORIAL were entertained at a tea Thursday afternoon. The girls will enter the freshman class of the Nursing School—Staff photo. '32 Members New Class at Alton Memorial Feted at Tea Worden Couple To Observe Golden Wedding A nniversary A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Minner, 221 Shaw St., at 3:10 p.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Perrin of 213 Twelfth St., Wood River, have chosen the name of Martin Dean for a son, their first child, born at 3:42 a.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital weighing eight pounds, one ounce. Mrs. Perrin is the former Miss Pat Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lawrence, 526 Tenth St., Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilson, 3106 Hillcrest are parents of a seven pound, six ounce daughter, born at 8:41 a.m. Wednesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby has been named Jerri Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson's elder children are Carol Ann 4 J ,a and Denise Marie, 3Va. A first child, a daughter, weighing six pounds and seven ounces, was born at 9:15 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stoecklin of Alhambra. A daughter, their second child, was born at 6:20 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Titsworth, 503 Doerr St., Roxana, and weighed 8^3 pounds. Their son, Johnny, is 14 months. MadisonCou ntySongf est Set Sunday at Alton Madison County Singing Convention will meet at ,2 p.m. Sunday at Cherry Street Baptist Church, Mrs. Betty Johnson, secretary of the convention, announced today. Featured on the program will be the New Haven Quartet ol St. Louis and Tommy Jones Quartet Alton. S/Sgt. Charles Scarberry of Scott Air Force Base will direct group singing. The Rev. W. Freeman Privett, Introduced Thursday afternoon at a tea given at Alton Memorial Hospital, were 32 young women who will compose the new class ih nurse training. Coming from as far away as Florida, and as near as Alton, the class will be one of the largest enrolled in the hospital school of nursing in several years. Miss Virginia Cramblett, director of nurses, welcomed the girls and presented them to the house mothers, Mrs. Mary White and Mrs. Goldie Miller. In addition to those taking part in the program, other guests were Miss Nellie Jones, chairman of the nursing school committee, and Miss Lucy Jones, both members of the White Cross Auxiliary. Bouquets of fall flowers were used in decorations, and Mrs. Miller and Mrs. White poured at the tea table. Members of the class are: Miss Fay Allen, Titusville, Fla.; Miss Dolores Bartlett and Miss Sally Hughes, Jerseyville; Miss Lavonne Best, Alhambra; Miss Sharon Borah, Miss Eleanor Tracy, and Miss Marilyn Short, Fairfield; Miss Mary Lou Courtney, Staunton; Miss Janice Crombar and Miss Kathryh Pate, Murphysboro; Miss Diana DeWester, Roxana; Miss Grace Daugherty, Louisville, HI.; Miss Peggy Jo Good, Decatur; Miss Helen Green, Ellery; Miss Marilyn Henneberry, East St. Louis; Miss Doris Hopping, Abingdon; Miss Joyce Jackson, Edwardsville; Miss Ruth Kunz, Trenton; Miss Claribel Longbons, Albion; Miss Elizabeth McCormick, Vandalia; Miss Joyce Miller, Camden; Miss Betty Nelson, Wayne City; Miss Bobbie Ruth, O'Fallon; Miss Fleta Ward, Worden; Miss Joan Welch, East Alton; Miss Helen Mercer, Granite City; Miss Gloria Rhine, Medora; Miss Shirley Wade, Hartford; Miss Dorothy Huebner, South Roxana; and from Alton, Miss Katherine Fearno, Miss Ruth Oehler and Miss Lynne Sutton. Leaves His Mark On Oklahoma TULSA, Okla. JP — William S. Kanager of New York City spent only a few hours in Oklahoma but he left his mark. Gene Hines, manager of a Tulsa car renting firm, said Kanager obtained a car Thursday and drove to Bartlesville, 50 miles north of here. • However, when Kanager completed his'business at Bartlesville he drove back here in an auto he mistook for his rented car. It took police of both cities to unravel stolen car reports.'Kanager was long gone by air when the mix-up was noted. The planet Mars has two tiny satellites, or moons: Jupiter has 11; Saturn nine; Uranus five, and Neptune two. pastor, announced that members or delegations from all- churces in the area may attend the event as spectators or participants. 8 Babies Born Medora Rainboiv p astWet *kAt Girls Enjoy Boyd Memorial Trip On Admiral MEDORA. — Twelve members of Medora Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls enjoyed a boat trip on the Admiral Wednesday. A basket dinner was enjoyed at noon. The girls were Misses Gloria Rhine, Deloris Milner, Alice Ann Breitweiser, Ruth Ann Travis, Sandra Range, Mary Robinson, Joyce Ann Gaffney, Mary Jane and Carol Stevens, Thelma Warner, Cecelia and Donna Sarginson. Others accompanying the girls were Mrs. H. R. Range and Marsha, Mrs. Roger Stevens and Jeanie and Janice, Mrs. Elston Gaffney and Peggy, Mrs. Vernon Sarginson and Bonnie, Janet Warner, Mrs. Doris Harris and Mrs. Elmer Well. Home Bureau Event MEDORA. — Plans" are completed and tickets are on sale for "Fall Fantasy for Fun and Fashion," by Mrs. Marie Wilton, sponsored by the Medora Home Bureau. The entertainment will be at the American Legion Hall on Friday, Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. (DST). Tickets which are 50 cents, may be purchased from any member of the Home Bureau. Undergoes Surgery MEDORA. — Miss Mary Jo Brooks entered Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Wednesday evening and underwent surgery Thursday morning. She is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks. Medora Notes MEDORA. — Mrs. Lillie Forwood and Mrs. Sadie Maska went to Rolla, Mo., Friday, to visit in the home of the former's cousin, Bruno Meschke, for several days. Mrs. Carrie Kuhn, who has been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, left Thursday for Ottawa, 111., to visit before returning to her home in Mokelumne Hills, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin and his sister, Miss Dollie Martin, Godfrey, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Robinson. B. W. Brown, Gary, Ind.; S/Sgt. and Mrs. Franklin Conty, Belleville, and Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, San Diego, Calif., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs, E. T. Rhodes. Kenneth Gimlin, U. S. N., left Wednesday night for his base in Trenton, N.JV, after being here for the funeral oj his grandfather, Lee Schaaf, and visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gim- Jin. Mrs. Gimlin remained here for a longer visit. CARROLLTON — Eight babies were born the past week in Boyd Memorial Hospital including a daughter born Vug. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evans-, Carrollton; a daughter. Aug. 25 to Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, Fieldon; a son, Aug. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold WaJkington, Roodhouse; a daughter. Aug. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. Russel Castleberry, White Hall; a son Aug. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Carrollton; a son Aug. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adams, Hillview; a son, Aug. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Athen Vinyard. Greenfield; and a son. Aug. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson, Roodhouse. Undergoing surgery during the week were: Claude Sousley, Greenfield; Albert Snyder, White Hall, and Lena Dwyer, Mt. Olive. Entering for medical care were: Robert Zipprich, Aloy Becker, Michael; Robin Sehroeder, Paul Schroeder, Dow; Charles Jones, Medora; Alvin Langer, Ellen Butler, and Mae Daugherty, Carrollton; Verna Ruth Witt, Larry Camerer, and Julia Brannan, Eldred; Orville Berry, Lola Abbott, Kane; Amy Bowman and Lura Blocker, Greenfield; Pearl Snyder, Roodhouse; D. A. Lewey, Wrights; Leota Grummel, Hettick and Edgar Lockyear, Chesterfield. Demo Candidate Speak CARROLLTON — Henry W. Pollock, candidate for Congress on the Democratic ticket was guest speaker Wednesday evening at a meeting of 130 Democratic party workers in the local Knights of Columbus hall. Talks were also made by Finice Doyle of Wrights, Democrat candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk, and L. K. Hubbard of White Hall, candidate for states attorney. Church Note* CARROLLTON — The Rev. Set- lerlund will resume his pastorate of the local Presbyterian Church Sunday at me 10:45 a.m. worship service. His topic for the service will be "What is Life's Greatest Lift"? Sunday School will be at 9:30 a.m. The Lord's Supper will be observed in connection with the 10:45 morning worship service Sunday in the Baptist Church. The Rev. Glenn Manis pastor of the church will speak on "The Tongue". The church will resume the Sunday evening worship service after a vacation during the summer WORDEN. — Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Wolf of Worden will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open hous« from 2 to 4 p.m. at their residence on State Rt. 43. In the evening at 6 o'clock » supper will be served for relatives and guests at St. Paul's Lutheran Church near Hamel. The couple was married in 1906 at the Hamel Evangelical Church by the Rev. F. A. Stoelting. Their attendants were Mrs. Fred Behrhorst, sister of Wolf, and Mrs. Wolf's brother, the late Henry Kipp. Mrs. Wolf is the former Miss Julia Kipp. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf resided on a farm east of Worden 47 years, later living for two years in Parma, Mo., and for the past year at their present address. They have been members of St. Paul's Lutheran (Gehlenbeck) Church at Hamel since their marriage. They are parents of five sons, Henry F., Wilfred E., Arnold R., Clarence F., and Melvin E., all of Worden, and a daughter,' Mrs. Albert (Martha) Suhre of Mitchell. They have seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Auxiliary to Meet WORDEN. — The September meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. with installation of officers. months. The Rr -*. Manis will speak at the 8 p.m. service Sunday evening using his first sermon in a series on the book of Revelations. "God's Work and His Workers" is the theme of the sermon to bs given at the 10:40 a.m. worship service Sunday in the Methodist Church by the Rev. Robert Pitsch. Both the Presbyterian and the. Methodist Churches are returning to their regular church hour of 10:45 after the summer months in which both churches met at an earlier hour. Honored on Birthday CARROLLTON — Mrs. Irwin Johnson who celebrated her birthday thus week was honored at a family dinner given at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pranger Wednesday evening. Guests in addition to the honoree's husband were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peters and daughters of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and son,-Mr, and Mrs. T. Carmody and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Grueter and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson* and daughter of thi» city. Stuffing celery? Choose branches with deep grooves so they will hold the stuffing well. PIANO LESSONS 25 year*' experience Catherine OhalengKWorth PHONE 2-70B7 Ne«t d*or to Baptlit Church Fosterburir, III. Children and Adults When you open a 4-ounce can or jar of pimientos and use only one, you can keep the remainder MM. «M I** *»<«*• Kitchen tip: Fat does not (or a couple of weeks if you add change in volume (luring melting u half teaspoon of vinegar to w it can be measured in the their liquid and store them, tight- utate. _ ly covered, in the refrigerator. PAULINE'S BEAUTY Phone: 4-om 6 p. in. SHOPPE Route 140—83 MacArthur Drive (Acro«* from Poet Office) Houn: Monday, Tuesday and Saturday—» a. ni. to Tliurt>day and Friday— 0 a. in. to tt p. in. Clowd Wednesdays. OPENING SPECIALS $10.00 Permanent $7.50 $7.50 Permanent $5.00 Shampoo and Sot $1.00 Hair Cut $1.00 IT ALWAYS PAYS TO ASK YOIM DOCTOR FIHKT! A w«ll-«tu«!b«4 weillvlne «ih«ttt ha* |I|N«« In «vdry home. 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