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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 19S4 ety... Stationed on the USS Mar- quetfe Blasinghim will arrive home Friday on a 10-day leave. Miss Abbott fs «n employe of the Kresge Co. 4AhonAAVW Plan In MISS GtSV. Supervisor and Mrs. Alborf Clsy of Dow nrc nnnouncins; the engagement of their only daughter, Miss Sharon Gisy, 1o Pvt. Delbert L. Allr-n, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Allen of 301 Giddings Ave., Jerseyvillo, Miss Gisy is a member of the Junior class of the Jersey Community High School where She Is prominent in school activities. She is a member of the National Honor Society, of the "60" Club and Latin Club of the school and is also an active member of Bela Kappa Sorority. Pvt. Allen is a graduate of Jersey Community High School, finishing with the class of 1953. He is serving with the United Stales Army and is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Groven-SchneUer Wedding April 8 * William Groves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Groves, 111 West First St., Roxana, and Miss Jean Ann Schnetter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schnetter of Devil's Lake, N. D., were married a I 7:30 1 o'clock Thursday night, April • 8. Mr. and Mrs. Groves were among guests at the wedding. ', The wedding took place in .St. Olaf's Lutheran Church, /Devil's Lake. The Rev. E. L. 'Rude officiated at the double ; ring ceremony. Easter lilies :and gladioli decorated the J church. > Mrs. E. L. Rude, organist, accompanied L. O. Sjordal who •sang "Because," "The Lord's £ Prayer,' and "My God and I." < Virgil Baker Jr., Northwoods .'.. Addition, Rosewood Heights, ; was best man, .and William ; Schnetter Jr., brother of the bride, was groomsman. How;' ard Brogg and Arnold Gnlla- i way, Davil Lake, were ushers. ;. Miss Jeanette Schnettcr nntl ; Miss Darlene Schnetter, sisters '. of the bride, were her atlend- ; ants, and the bride was given . in marriage by her father 1 . ; Miss Sehnetter wore a white ; lace gown over net, chnpel ' length, made with a fitted long • sleeved bodice with a small . collar studded with pearls. The ; skirt was full. She wore a ; chapel length Veil and carried ; a bouquet of red roses. The maid of honor appeared in orchid lace and net and the bridesmaid was in green. Their frocks were made with full skirts, of f-t he-shoulder bodices, and short sleeved jackets. They wore flowers in their hair and carried matching blossoms. A reception followed the crrt>- rnony, and later the couplo Inft on a honeymoon trip. For traveling the bride selected a red suit and black accessories. The couple will reside at 121 West First St., Roxana, when the house 1he bridegroom is building there is completed. Mr. Groves is a graduate of Roxana High School and the University of Illinois. He is a research engineer employed by Shell Oil Co. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, honorary scholastic engineering fraternity. Mrs. Groves is a graduate of Davil's Lake High School and was employed by the Lake Region District Health Unit office, Devil's Lake, until recently resigning to complete plans for her marriage. Upper Alton Woumn's Club In Meeting; Mrs. W. N. Cassella and Mrs. G. Ray Swain entertained the Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Cassella, 901 Main St. After a business session Mrs. Kd- ward Scott reviewed "With a Quiet Heart," Eva LeGallienne. April 27 meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. F. R, Seavey, president, 928 Main St., with Mrs. Walter W. Willis and Mrs. Clare Pettengill as hostesses. Blatlnelm-Abbott Wedding at Meadowbrook Miss Jacquelyne Abbot I , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Abbott, 507 Belle St.. will be married to Charles S. Bias- ingim, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Blasingim of Cottage Hills, Saturday evening, April 17, at 6 o'clock in First Baptist Church, Meadowbi-ook. Relatives and friends are in- .vited to attend the wedding and a reception to follow in the church social room. ;. The Rev. Claude Evans will Officiate, and Mr. and Mrs. .'Samuel SeJlier wiJJ be the tou- .4>le'« attendants. Mrs. Sellici <is a cousin of the prospective MrMIng Tnesday Friendly Plight Club met Tuesday eveninq at the home of Mrs. r.ilbert Fisher. 1522 Spauldins Ave.. and during « business session, members voted a donation to the cancer fund. Mrs. Lpe Witrher anrl Mrs. Betty Hansen received prixes for excelling in games. Refreshments wore served by the hostess after she opened birthday gifts presented to her by the club members. On May 11 the club will meet with Mrs, Hansen, 628 East Ninth St. flub To Mert Thursday April meeting of the Ex- changettes Club will no hold at 8 o'clock Thursday night at Mineral Springs Hotel. Mrs. John Wolf, Mrs. Robert Kenny Weihe wns guest of ernoon given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cnrl Weihe, 3204 Duco St., in observance of his fifth birthday. Twelve children were present and enjoyed a Kastor CKK hunt. Those receiving prizes were Darryl Amsehler, Doniso Amschler nnd Vicky Flyc. Olh- er guests were Dunny and Scolly Jones. Lindu Sehcnato, Sharon Brcnker, Sherry Slyc, Richard Neuhaus, Margaret Ln- Lumondier and Julie Weihe. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Weihe and Kenny's aunt, Mrs. Hay Jones. Kenny was the recipient of many anniversary gifts. Mnloncy Kntcrlnlns 3-rtl Club iMondiiy Members of 'the 3-51 Club • were entertained Monday night by Mrs. Peter Mnloney, 80 Harriett St., Wood River, nnd pinochle was played by Hie guests, Mrs. Joe Nichols, Mrs. Jack Grissom and Mrs. Robert Orr, who received prizes, Mrs. Harry Pierce, Mrs. Rollnnd Rhoados, Mrs. Thomas Kilmer and Mrs, Russell Armstrong. Mrs. Kilmer, residing at fi10 Winkler St., will entertain thc club May 10. riilliUlicu Class' ICitKtt'r Parly Phllathea Class of First Methodist Church had an Easter party Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lewis, and Mrs. Karl Bennington conducted n short devotional service. Mrs. John A. Holt is president of the class which planned a covered dish dinner to be held in connection with thc Philathens' May meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Venpjia Hasemeier and Mrs. Eunice Hill, hostesses. Warner Itlhle Cl Dinner Monday Night Members of the Warner Bible class had a chuck wagon dinner and program Monday night at First Baptist Church, and 56 men and women were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jutting, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Chester and Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. McOwan were hosts and hostesses, and Mrs. Chester was in charge of devotions. Mrs. William K. Buckler Sr., of East Alton, WHS in charge of entertainment, and directed a "medicine show" in which Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jutting, Mrs. Chester, Mrs. Buren T. Haynos and the Jultings' 8-year-old daughter, Vieki, participated. Mr«. Klinr R (JriEsby, president of Alfnn bram-h, Ameriran Assorintion of University Women. Mrs. Robert S. MarDuff, Mrs. William r;. (Irandfield and Mrs Willinm W>ks. Alton branch members, plan lo attend Ihr AAt'VV Northeast Central Rfpional Conferenre April 2.'<-24 in Indianapolis, fnrl. Tho ronfercniT, ,it the Claypool Motel, will oprn Friday morning, and Mrs. Alton C,. Mali. Illinois president, will lead one of the discussion groups. The mnferenee will he attended by delegates from fhr state* wilh 247 branches participating. Among the speakers will be Mrs. Ralph 11. Alspaugh, known to Alton members, former vice- president of the Northeast Centra] Region and former member of the board of directors. Mrs. Alspaugh wns one of the working delegates to the International AAIJW Convention hf>ld last summer In lyindon, and she will report on her year spent In Europe as H representative of the International Federation of T ENJ °Y EASTER PARTY — Pupils of St at Ursulinc Convent, Danforth St., enjoyed an Easter Partv McCllntoek Infant Christened Sunday Rowena Frances McClinlork, daughter of Mrs. Nell McClln- toek and the late Mr. Mc.Clin- lock, was christened nt 2 o'clock Sunday in St. Ambrose Church by the Rev. Charles ZlZpprlch. Lawrence L. Me- Clinlock, uncle of the bubo, was sponsor. Christening dinner was served at the babe's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gerl. In Godfrey. Rowena Frances wns horn March 23. I^Jtemnnn-Meiier Wedding Huniliiy Miss JoAnn Heuer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Houer of Dorsey, and Herbert Losemann Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Loscmann of Prairietown, will be married at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. The wedding at which the Rev. Hans Brus of Bunker Hill will officiate, will take place in Emmaus Lutheran Church, Dorsey. Reception will follow the wedding at Concordia Hall, Slaun-' ton. Kenny Wclhc Honored XI Chapter I'lan Activities Zela Xi chapter of Beta Sit;ma Phi Sorority had a meeting Tuesday night at Mineral Springs Hotel wilh Miss Alyce Oissal presiding. Plans lor 'the Mr. Blasingim attended He- /thalto High School prior to en- tervlce in June of 1951, regional vine president, is In charge of the conference. Mrs. Even is also known to many Allon branch members. On Saturday each stale division will hold (Is annual convention to which delegates from branches within the stale are appointed, but all slate members may attend. Humboldt PTA Elects Officers Humboldt Parent-Teacher As- In meeting Tuesday ' officers, nnd Oscar Personal Notes nnon F t AI ^? UN I GARDEN OF MR - AND MRS. B. E. BASSETT, which willae K os lS r l d r n ? , thc Y ° un S. Women ' s Christian Association Garden tour for the showing of spring and summer Alton women in the fashion show, a high- celved a past president's pin. Harold Dnech. was elected president; Mrs. Thomas Edwards, vice-president; Mrs. Daech, secretary, and James Martin, treasurer. Mrs. William Wagner Installed tho officers, and announcement was made that Humholdl's annual social would lake place May 14. Mrs. J. Poolo made the pin presenlation to Mr. Hoffman. Miss Elise C. Kohlmann, supervising nurse, Board of Edu- Mlss Mary Ann Srhurirht of fi21 Ivisl Fifteenth St.. sailed today from New York aboard the Queen Mary for a seven weeks' European lour. She will visit F.ngland, Holland, Belgium, C,er- many, Switzerland, and France. Miss .Schuricht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Schuricht, was accompanied to New York by her parents, who made the trip by plane. Mrs. Ray Moore and daughters, Mary Jane and Ann Elizabeth, of Columbus, N. M., will arrive tonight for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Moore's Mr. nnd Mrs. P. B. Belleview Ave. Mrs. John Organ of Sullivan, 1ml., will leave Thursday afler a short visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ward, 43<l East Eighth St., returned Sunday night from a vacation spent in Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Fla., nnd Havana, Cuba.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koenig were week-end guests of Mrs. Charles Conley of 1004 Slate St. They reside in St.. Louis. Gary Breltweiscr, Rodger Lee Birllu Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardi- are parents of child, a daughter. The baby .,„. born at 11:10 p.m. Tuesday in n pounds and seven ounces. A son, weighing seven pounds, one ounce, was born Tuesday al fl:10 p.m., in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Saxlon of 512 Broadway, East Alton. A son, born Tuesday in Allon Memorial Hospital to Mr. nnd Mrs. Normnn Sawyer of Bunker Hill, has been given the name of Wallace Frederick. Thc bnby weighs five pounds nnd eight ounces. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sawyer have three other children, Bert In \WCA Auditorium Local groups who rent au- dirtorium space will be interested to know that ni?w fireproof curtains have arrived for Young Women's Christian Association slage. Complete fireproof curtain equipment has been in- slalled, including cyclorama borders in tiers across the lop of thc stage. These borders are necessary for proper conlrol of acoustics. The cyclorama curtains, or bark nnd side border curtains, arc grey in color against red valour draw drapes. < YWCA Girls Service Club at Scott Air Base SlnnhLro n ani """jsisa"? fm-'a daughter, born Tuesday in Alton leave the YWCA at 6:45 p.m. Vir Base. s planning to attend the must make bus resorva- and Mrs. Robert Spaulding.-Staff photo. Triple Attraction YWCA House and Garden Tour Scheduled for April 28 UBder lhe John ««udcnU from high schools in ,, . . . (above) IS using a A 'riple attraction garden tour planned by the Young Women's Christian Association for Wednesday, April 28, will place on display a number of Alton's gardens and homes, plus the latest in spring and summer fashions. Houses and gardens may be visited between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The style 'show will be held twice, first at 1 o'clock and again at 3 o'clock in the garden of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bassett of Fairmount. In a natural setting of flowering shrubs, roses, perennials and dogwood, eleven Alton women will model summer clothes from Lytton's. with Mrs. Robert E. Spaulding, manager of the store's ladies' department, acting as commentator. addresses and a brief description of each. A map showing the location of each garden and home js included. In addition four information desk isintained at the "Y" „ .he day of the tour. Hostesses will also be on duty at each home and garden to greet visitors and provide information. For the benefit of mothers with young children, a nursery service will be provided at the YWCA between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m In the event of rain, the tour will be held Thursday, April 29. on sandford. Miss Etta Slarkcy led IIIinois ' Iow «- Indiona, and Wis'" C ° n " Wi " '" intr arc trude Greinke wns pianist. The meeting wns followed by open house, and patrons visited the class rooms and wilh their children's teachers. Alton Teaching Nuns To Attend Convention Allon will be represented by a Ini'ge delegation when a con- •vention of the National Catholic Educational Association is held in Chicago next week. Catholic schools were dismissed today for the Easter holidays, and the vacation will extend through Wednesday of next week In order that many teachers in Ihe area Catholic schools may go to Chicago for th« convention. 1'rartlcitl Nurses Madison C o u n I y Practical Nurses Registry will meet Thursday. 7:3(1 p.m., in the tea room of St. Joseph's Hospital. Trube street will receive reservations until April 16. Card parly sponsored by the chapter will hike place May 4 at the Onlzed Club. Miss T. Ann Gibbons wns elected treasurer, sure-ceding Mrs. Kugcne Slaten who resigned. Miriam Circle Klei'U Olfii-eri Miriam Circle of the First Methodist Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Charles Schoene, 2302 Mills Ave. Mrs. August Conway led devotions and Mrs. Ixiyd T. Can- spoke on "Youth Work in the Church." Puring a business session the following officers were elected: Mrs. Howard Cox, chairman; Airs. Lee Durham, vice chairman; Mrs. John Do- inn, secretary; and Mrs. Quenlin limit, treasurer. Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Dolan and Mrs. Hjatt were re-elected. In May thc Miriam ami Huth circles will meet jointly <it the Westerner Club. Couple'* ICjigagcineiil Announced Announcement has been made of the cuBagc-meni and approaching marriage ol .Miss Carol Bagent, 8^6 Henry St.. and Jack A. Buchanan, The couple plan to be married April The bride-elect is a daughter of Mrs. Tony H. Dolahite, South Roxana, and the late Elmer Bagent, She was graduated from Roxana High School in 195.3, and is employed by the Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Mr. Buchanan, son of John Buchanan, 2515 Salu St., was Alton to collegiate life during a "Day nt Northwestern" in Evanston, 111.. Saturday, April 17. The secondary school pupils will he guests of (he Wildcat Council, an organization of Norlhwestern University students. Mrs. Harold Seller nnd children, Karen and Mike, will arrive Thursday for an Easter vacation with relatives and friends. Mr. Seller, manager of Ihe Sears Roebuck & Co. store in Bloominglon, 111., will arrive for the week-end and accompany his family back home. Jack Turnbull of Birmingham, England, is visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Roland E. Turnbull and family, Ti\\ Kuclid place. Jack Turnbull, an interior decorator, came lo the United Slates aboard the Queen Mary, and after an 18- day visil here, will go to California lo visit other relatives, lie will sail for England July 1 and will stop in Alton again on his return from California. Slephan Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Woods of Oakwood road, returned home Saturday from St. Ixwis Children's Hospital, nnd entered Dolmar School Monday. William Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Howard. K!3 McPherson St., nnd Joe Finn, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Geno Finn. III!) Don-is Si., are home for an Easter vacation. Howard and Finn are students at Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Albert J. Cook, 1000'i \Vrsl Ninth St.. hud her tonsils removed Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Miss Patricia Bowers, sophomore at Millikin University, Decatur, will spend the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde \V. Rowers, L'31U ' Stale St. Miss Nancy Vine, student at Hanover College. Hanover, Ind., is spending a 10-day spring vacation with hot- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vine. 301 East Seventh St. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Kopsie, who wore married April 10, in Arkansas, are residing in an apartment on Atwood avenue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Kopsie, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were Ihe couple's attendants, Mrs. Kopsie is a senior nursing student al Allon Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Georg*e A. Me- Kinney and daughter, Miss Su- xanne, have arrived home. While on a vacation trip the family met with an automobile accident near Houston. Tex. The accident occurred Friday night. The Church of the Holy S* pulchre in Jerusalem was destroyed in 1010 A.D. by order of the Caliph Hakim. Flainp * „ i Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Batty of fi4l Whitelaw Ave., Wood River, have received word of the birlh of a daughter to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Ronald Batty, of 3917 San Diego, Tampa, Fla. The baby was born Sunday weighing seven pounds, eight ounces. The couple has a son, Ronald Haa-rison, 2. . are announcing the birth of a son at. 4 p.m., Tuesday in Wood River Township for formali on- Lodg to spray a fine mist that will not stain clothing. jes Members of Marguerite Camp, 500, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet at 7:30 o'clock I) M. I» • 1 l^nWy^^h. ! a s * Presicle nts late John Krug. Washington PTA Social on May 21 Washington Parent-Teacher Association held a meeting Jnst night, and plaiis were made for Washington School's annual social May 21. Mrs. Orville Lahr will represent Washington School at the annual conference of the Illinois PTA Congress at Springfield April 29 and 30 and May 1. Other Washington patrons also plan to attend the conference. Second grade pupils entertained as well as a special chorus made up of fifth grade pupils. Mrs. N. E. Lathrorn is second grade teacher, and Mrs. Fred J. Tarcza directed the band. Fourth and fifth grade band directed by John Sandford played, and Richard Bengel was soloist. The Dead Sea contains 23 to 25 per cent of salt compared with 4 to 6 per cent in the ocean. Carlin Rcbokah Lodge, 248, will meet Thursday, 8 p.m., at Greenwood IOOF Hall, North Siflp - Plans will be made for an initiation May 6. County Engineer Group 'urkish Airmen Alton Kiwanis Club Tuesday night welcomed a former president, of the club at its meeting, Herman Wilken, president in "1, who now resides at Orange, Capts. Nebil Eronet and Yasar Ozaltay of the Turkish Air Force, studying communications al Scott Air Base, spoke and showed motion pictures of Turkey before the Madison County Chapter of the Illinois Society of Engineers meeting at Edwardsville Tuesday night. The films were in color. Attending the meeting for the first time was Miss Shirley Enlow of Edwardsville, civil engineer graduated from Washington University and now representing Clifford Abraham at Edwardsville. The local chapter believes she is the first woman member of the society Club President Anthony Cri- vollo announced that, on April 20, special recognition will be paid to- all living past presidents of the local club. About 20 of the past presidents are expected to be on hand. Next Monday night, a delegation of local Kiwanians is to help the Kiwanis Club at Granite City stage a meeting of the clubs in Division 14. On April 27, the Alton Club' plans to take a "traveling plaque" to the Litchfield Club. Kiwanis Kapcrs are to be presented April 21 in the Alton High School auditorium. Dress rehearsal for the big show is set for next Tuesday night after the regular meeting. William Osborne, program chairman for the day, introduced Dr. Robert Alexander, psychologist with the office of of Public — .-...-.'I's most attractive gardens, ranging from the informal to the formal, according to Mrs. James B. Adams, garden tour chairman. Alton residents who will open their gardens for the YWCA tour include, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walter, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stolzc, Mrs. R. H. Levis, and the Oblate Fathers' La Vista. In describing the six homes which will be open for inspection, Mrs. Adams said they were selected to show the contrast between one built over a cen- lury ago and those illustrating ,the very latest in modern architecture. Homes on the tour belong to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Depperman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Lessner, Mr. and Mrs. First Baptist Church choir rehearsal will be held Thursday evening, 8:30, following Com- mumon services, instead of this evening. will of the Holy :30 o'clock. Pastor the medita- assisted at the by Rev. W. G evening at Vincent tion ani C. H. Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deucker, and Mr. and Mrs. E. V, Giehl. Tickets may be obtained at the YWCA and proceeds will be added to the World Fellowship Fund. Mrs. Earl Gaylord, World Fellowship chairman, explained that this fund is used to maintain "Y" representatives in countries around the world. Al- The Church of the Redeemer Rev. George E. Millard, minister, will have is Holy Communion service Maundy Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. New member? will be received into the church. Lenten service will be held this evening, 8 o'clock, at St Paul's Episcopal Church. Following the recitation of the litany a sermon will be preached. Communion service will be held Thursday, 7:30 p.m «t First Methodist Church and Three Hour service, from 12 to 3, will take place at the sam« church on Good Friday. The Rev. C. H. Todd is pastor of First Methodist Church. Candlelight Communion serv. ice will be held Thursday, 7:30 p.m., at Cherry Street Baptist gone to a great deal of trouble to do a favor for Bill Smith, they happened to see each other at lunch, and Smith said: "Oh by the way, everything turned out fine on that deal I asked you to help me land." That's being a little too casual about saying thanks. We should be in as big a hurry to say "Thank you" as we are to ask a favor. You should clean the brush in your carpet sweeper once a week. To do this, cut the threads and hair with a scissors, then comb them out with an old comb. States YWCA contribution to the 1954 World Fellowship Fund is $550. Tickets may also be obtained from Mrs. George C. Hine, ticket chairman, and members of her committee, who are Mrs, Robert W. Elliott, Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal, Mrs. Donald W. Miller, and Mrs. Harold Weigand. Tickets are in booklet forrr listing gardens and homes with served with a banquet April 29, and Mrs. Kenneth Greet of years in the U. S. Army. He is an employ eof Owens-Illinois GlasbCo. BEAUTIFUL CUT FLOWERS FOR ROSES $5 to $10 Doz. CARNATIONS $5 Doz. IRIS $4 Doz. JONQUILS $3 Doz, Snapdragons $5 Doz. JAKED CHICKEN DINNER SERVED FAMILY STYLE TIIUKS,, AJ'KU, 15 M»thodiH Church Brighton, Hi. 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