Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1954 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 16, 1954
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL 16» 1954 Society. MISS JOHNSON. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Marjorle Johnson of 1904 Park Ave., to Herschel F. Beane, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Bcane of Fort Atchison, Wis., formerly of Alton, is being announced by the bride-to-be's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson of Rockford, 111. The couple will be married June 11 in First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Edgar J. Vance officiating, and will reside In Alton. Miss Johnson is a music major at Shurtlcft College, and plans to teach in Alton public schools. She was elected Shurt- leff'a homecoming queen last fall. Mr. Beane, an ex-Marine, Is associated with Millers Mutual Insurance Co. Open House Monday For McCalley Family Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sulll- can ot 390 East Airline drive, Rosewood Heights, East Alton, will have open house at their home from 7 to 10 o'clock Monday night in honor of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and iMrs. Herschel W. McCalley. All ; former friends and acquaintances of the couple arc invited to attend. I Mr. and Mrs. McCalley and "their 10-year-old son, Stuart, ;are expected to arrive from ,-Chappequa, N. Y., Saturday to be guests at the Sullivan home through Wednesday. \ Before moving from this area : in 1940 Mr. McCalley was em- » ployed at Western Cartridge ; Co., and his wife will be re• numbered as the former Miss Mae Sullivan, teacher at Woodrow Wilson School, Hartford. Both attended Shurtleff Col- Jege. Mr. McCalley is associated with General Foods Corp., as 'personnel manager in the Birdseye Division. While residing in Wood River and Alton the couple were active in the ;First Baptist Church of Wood River where Mr. McCalley was church school superintendent a number of years, ' DeMolfty-Ralnbow .Dancing Party Annual Easter dance sponsored by DeMolay and Rain• bow will • take place Saturday '; night at Franklin Masonic Tem- Jple. Music for the occasion ;:will be provided by Byron lllale's band. ' The dance, Informal, will be • held from 9 to 12. The DeBow royal floor sel- '• ting will be used and the grand ; march will take place at 10:15, led by officers of the two or- ganizatlons. The committee In charge has •made plans for entertaining a i large crowd of young people, many of them home from colleges and universities for the Easter holidays. Chiolero-SteariiK Wedding Saturday The wedding of Miss Martha :Lea Stearns, daughter of Mr. •and Mrs. Ben Stearns of Cottage Hills, and David L. Chiolero, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chiolero. 2742 Sanford Ave., will take place at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night in the Cottage Hills Baptist Church. Dr. W. A. Gray of Litchfieid, an uncle of the bride, and the Rev. A. J. Corcoran, pastor of Cottage Hills Baptist Church will officiate. Relatives and friends of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and 1he reception which will be held in the Onized Club, Members of the bridal party will take part in a rehearsal of the wedding tonight. Business G»rl» Club Dinner at the YWCA The Business Girls Club of the Young Women's Christian Association will have its weekly meeting Tuesday, April 20. As part of "YWCA Week" ac. tivities. each member is to bring a guest. Dinner will be served at 6:15, and reservations may be made by telephoning the YWCA before 10 o'clock Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Peters, president, will preside at the business meeting. During the evening sea shell earrings will be made by the young women. j»rt*>iJU Orel* , PriscilJa Circle of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will mart Monday evening at the Wostminjter Memorial Center. The hoitesses we Mrs- Jim Pemunbrun, jtyrs, Max Harda«way, Mrs. CttfcKollstneyer and Mrs. B Tarty At tvmMry Ooh Women of Rock Spring Conn- try Chih will open 1h« 1954 season with a luncheon nnd rard party at this club Tuesday, April 20. at 12:.10 o'clock. Hostesses will bp Mrs. D. J. Knowles. president; Mrs. C. R. Ditto, virr president; Mrs. Ross Armbnister, secretary, and Mrs. Gordon A. Smith, treasurer. Reservations will he. received by Mrs. Fred Zimmerman Jr., Mrs. Charles J. Hcmphill, Mrs. John C. Fallon, or at the club, until this evening. MISS FISHER. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Fisher, 3305 Fernwood Ave., are announcing Ihe engagement and approaching mnrriBjje of their daughter, Doris LaVcrn'e, to Harry Richard Johncsscc. The prospective bride, graduate of Alton High School, is employed In the metallic pack- Ing office of Olln Industries. She is an inactive member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Gamma Upsllon Chapter. Mr. Johnessee, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Johncosec of Pearl, III., is n graduate of Pearl High School. He served In the Army for 36 months, 17 months of this time in Korea. He is an employe of the metallic loading, Olin Industries. The couple are planning a fall wedding. Dwlght F. lUrbnry Wed» In Yuma, Ari*. Announcement is being made of the marriage of Dwlght F. Barbary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght. P. Bnrbary, 203 Glover St., to Miss Paula Layton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ashley Layton of Prcscott, Ariz. The wedding occurred in Yumn, Ariz., March 27, nnd Seaman Bnrbnry nnd bride are residing in the Shnron Apartments, 205 Chestnut St., Long Beach, Calif. Seaman Barbary, who is stationed at Long Beach, attended St. Mary's School and graduated from Alton High School with the class of 1950. Before enlisting in the Navy Feb. 11, 1953, he was employed by th« Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Mrs. Barbary was graduated from Glendale, (Ariz.,) High School and St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Phoenix, Ariz. She attended Stun- ford University, Pulo Alto, Calif. St. Anthony's Auxiliary Mefttlnic Monday Night St. Anthony's Auxiliary will meet at St. Anthony's Infirmary Monday evening, 7:30 o'clock. The meeting was postponed from April 12 owing to Holy Week. XtlllwtMI-Dunciui Wedding at FoMorhurg Miss Helen Duncan, daughter of Mrs. Opal Duncan, 2828 Brown St., and Frank Duncan of 2016 Central Ave.. will be married to Willis SHllwell-Sat- urday. April 24, at 2 o'clock. In Zion Presbyterian Church. Fosterhurg, Reception at the home of the- bride's mother will follow Ihe nuptials. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stiilwell, Route 1, Bethalto. "Birthday Party" at College Ave. Church Women of College Avenue Presbyterian- Church will have an annual "birthday party" Thursday, April 22, at 6:30 o'clock at the church. Mrs. Carlos Byassee is in charge of the dinner, and Mrs. Thomas P. Keeney is arranging a program. Guests will be seated at tables according to their birthdays, and each group will contribute to the evening's entertainment. An old-fashioned birthday party is being planned, and members are looking forward to a delightful evening. Any woman of the church who desires to attend and who has not bf-en contacted is flskivf to call Mr*. Byaxseft or Mrs. Kerney. fright Alton Business and Professional Women's Cluh will meet Tuesday night, nnd following dinner will hear a talk hy Miss Dorothy Colonius. The rlub's annual May breakfast will fake place on the first Sunday of the month, and will he for members only. Oftft to Honor Mf«. T. NeiinfMter Alton Chapter, Order of Knsf- ern Star, will have a stated meeting Wednesday, April 21, at the Masonic Temple on State street. "Guest night" will he observed, and Mrs. T. Neun- reiter of Granite City, grand lecturer, will he an honoree. Alton rhapter will give a rard party Friday afternoon, April 30, at the State Street Temple, and will rondurt a rummage sale, on Belle street, April 2.1. rhamhrrlaln-drflhftm Wedding May 1 Gary K. Chamberlain, son of Mrs. Leslie W. Chamberlain, nnd the late Mr. Chamberlain. 211-1 Central Ave., nnd Miss Phyllis Jean Grnhnm, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Vane Graham Sr, Milton road, will be married Saturday morning, May 1, at 10 o'clock In the morning nt First Baptist Church, Fifth and Market. Sts. The Rev. Roland E, Turnhull will officiate. Smllh-ninkley Wedding I'lnns Completed Plans have been completed for the wedding of Miss .la- ncttc Blnklcy, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Blnkley, 702 Rice St., and Ronald Dean Smith, son of Mrs. Lucille Smith, 143 East Penning Ave., Wood River, nnd of T^nton Smith, 200 School St.. East Alton. The ceremony will take place nt 7 o'clock Saturday evening In the First Assembly of God Church, First street, at Jennings avenue, Wood River. The wedding will be followed by a reception at the Westerner Club, nnd relatives and friends of the couple are Jnvlted to attend the wedding and reception. Rehearsal of the wedding will he held tonight with members of the bridal party participating. Felix Yost Honored On Birthday Felix Yost wns guest of honor at a surprise birthday party Thursday night at his home, 1000 East Fourth St. Supper was served and games were enjoyed during the evening. Mr. Yost was the recipient of anniversary gifts. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Giles. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Roloff, Mrs. Ella York, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yost, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Benecke Sr., John Benecke and Miss Mary Huboir. John Benecke, son of Mr and Mrs. Benecke Sr,, is home from Japan on n 40-day leave. Ben- eoke, serving in the U. S. Air Force, will report to Brookley Field, Mobile, Aln., nt the conclusion of his furlough, Mudi«on County Salon Mooting In Wood River A meeting of Madison County Salon, Eight & Forty, will be held next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the American Legion Home nl Wood River. Hostesses will be Mrs. Russell Gibson, Mrs. William Peck, nnd Mrs. Frank Panyik. IL Clmpler, 1*. K. O. To Murk "Illrthduy" GC, Chapter of P.E.G., will meet Monday, at 1 o'clock, with Mrs. R. II. Roadhouso, 714 Em-lid plnce. Later in the afternoon GG members will attend n parly, marking the first anniversary of 1L Chapter, at the home of Mrs. C. C, Campbell, 7(H Euclid place. nirthda.v Party Thursday For One Year Old John Dixon, year-old son of Pvt. and Mrs. Orvtlle Dixon, WHS guest of honor at a party Bivcn Thursday at the home of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Greenwell. The babe WHS one year old today. Each child received favors, (iwl the honoree was presented with birthday gifts. The party was planned by Mrs. Dixon, and Mrs. Greenwell assisted in serving refreshments. Mrs. Dixon and son are residing with Mr. and Mrs. Groenwoll while Pvt. Dixon is stationed in France. The Greenwell home is located at U310 Sunset Ave. Ecuador is buying its first car furries. Jhelmo £)m man n INTERIORS - GIFTS 330 AtBV ST. <N«i,t (o Po»« O«fic«) WEDGWOOD Bonewgrc Queenswore A LIVING TRADITION THE GRIDE'S PERFECT CHOICE IN CHINA Complement it with one of our beautiful pattern* |a cr>»t»l and with » detection In Sterling by or OKOWi JENSEN MRS. EUGENE GftAU will be guest speaker at the Easter Monday luncheon at the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mrs. Grau is a furloughed missionary from British Togo- land, Gold Coast, West Africa. C *• • *r<1 I PRIZES IN EASTER EGO HUNT—Three of the 10 rabbits which will be given OOr OptimiSt LlUb as P ri/RS °" * \ c Jayccc-spbnsored Easter Egg Hunt Sunday at Rock Spring Park I at 2 p. m. Children who gathered at the home of Robert Glazcbrook to make ao H P Jl r « Rpnnrtc <l" alntaincc of thc P«ts we're Kern Wuellner, Dcbra Benecke, Meg Benecke, Cathy 11 C d I & UC|JUri& lx;e Peters, Sally Sue Peters, Ricky Olazebrook.—Staff photo. MR. AND MRS. RUDY BECKER were married April 10 in St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Midway. Mrs. Becker is the former Miss Eileen Starkey. —Photo by Edwin G. Eilers. Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fallon of Charleston, W. Vn., are in Alton for the Easter xveek-end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fallon were married Jan. 16 In Alton, nnd Mrs. Fnllon will he remembered as Miss Isabel Ann Mornn. Miss Constance C. Schenk, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Schonk of the Godfrey road, is In San Salvador, El Salvador, Central America. Miss Schenk is visiting with Miss Anna, Luz Avila, 27 Avn. Nortc y 19 Calle Ponicnte, imtl plans to work as a Spanish stenographer in San Snl- vndor. Miss Schenk WHS accompanied to New Orleans, where she left by plane Tuesday night for the Central American country, by her mother, her grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Thomns of Ccntralin, nnd n cousin, Mrs. Paul Trovilllon of BrownfJeld, 111. Mrs. Schenk and Mrs. Thomns returned last night. Valparaiso, Ind.—Paul Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Anderson of Warden, and James Wilson, son of Mrs. Herbert M. Wilson, 2632 Wain lee Ave., Alton, were recently pledged to Kappa Phi Tan social fraternity nt Valparaiso University. Wilson is a graduate of Alton High School nnd Anderson is a graduate of Worden High. Both men are freshmen, majoring in business at the Lutheran university. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grattcn Gibbs nnd son, Jnck, left today for their homo in Sacramento, Calif., nfter Visiting a week with Mrs. Gibbs' mother, Mrs. Marvin Craft of 400 Brown St., East Alton, nnd Mr. Gibbs' sister, Mrs. Luther Black of Bethalto. Jnck Benecke Is spending a 40-dny lenve with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest L. Benecke of Brighton, formerly of Alton. Boncrke, who has been in the Air Force for three years, returned home Monday after being in Japan. After his leave Benecke will go to Brookley Field, Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs, Ben Powell of Detroit, Mich., are expected this evening for n week-end visit with tho Misses Emily and Kntherinc Powell of 1327 East Fifth St. Miss Florence Degcnhardt of 1119 Slate St., is n patient nt St. Anthony's Infirmary where she was moved early last evening nfler being stricken at the family home. Miss Patty Mornn nnd Thomas J. Moran of 407 East Twelfth St., are spending the Enster holidays nt home, Miss Moran is a student at Maryville College, St. Louis, and her brother is attending John Carroll University, Cleveland, O. Lafayette, Ind.—Miss Mary Joann Tuetken, 3524 Aberdeen Ave., Alton, has been pledged to Alpha Chi Omega social sorority at Purdue University. Miss Tuetken is a sophomore in the Purdue School of Science, Henry McAdams arrived home Thursday from Richmond, Va., where he attended a meeting of newspaper financial officers. Mrs. Mollic Lamm, who resides with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar L. Hcuer, 2118 Washington Ave., is able to be up and nbout the house after a several days' illness. Richard V. Foster, USN, is spending n 15-day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Foster, 811 Hnwley Ave., nnd with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foster, 2615 Snlu St. Foster, who is studying pharmacy, is stationed on the USS Leonard F. Mason, Long Beach, Cnlif. Upon his return to the west coast Foster expects to leave for sea duty. Oscar L. Heuer of 2118 Washington Ave.,. has returned home from Alton Memorial Hospital whore he underwent surgery. Heuer is a teller nt First National Bank & Trust Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elfreth Johnson have returned to Blrminghnm, Ala., after a several days' visit with Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Delia Johnson, 3018 College Ave. Births Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Randolph of 431 Washington Ave., are announcing the birth of their first child, a son, seven pounds nnd nine ounces, in St. Joseph's Hospital at 2:27 p.m., Thursday. A seven pound nnd three ounce son was born Thursday nt 7:03 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Lucker of Brighton. Deborah Lynn has been selected by Mr. nnd Mrs. Neal McCormick of 449 George St., Enst Alton, for the pnme of a daughter, barn at 5:51 a.m. to- dny in St. Joseph's Hospital. The couple's first child, weighed six pounds, four ounces. Mrs. McCormick is the "former Dorothy Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Damm of 707 South Arch St., Jerseyville, have chosen the name of Mnry Elizabeth, for a daughter, their first child. The baby was born at 4:49 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing six pounds, four ounces. Mrs. Damm wns before her marriage, Miss Susan Huffman. Mrs. George A. Slay, president, Mrs. George H. Shnnnhan and Miss Knthleon Gorman gave reports on a South Central regional conference of the American Federation of Soroptimist Clubs Thursday at a meeting of the Soroptimist Club of Alton. The conference was held the past week-end at Little Rock, Ark. Roland E. Eilenbcrgcr, with Mrs. Shanahan at the piano, sang selections appropriate to the Easter season. Mrs. Slay extends the following Easter greetings to club members: "This season is a symbol of promise fulfilled. It brings to us each year renewed energy and devotion toward the things that matter. We can with loving purpose look into the future with assurance that effort, rightly placed will yield rewards. And too, we can glance backward, reviewing our accomplishments- pur plans fulfilled—by that same loving effort. And so prove to ourselves that our faith in the promise is justified; as daily we give thanks for this assurance. A Happy Easter to you all." Carlin Rehekahs Plan April and May Events Carlin Rcbckah Lodge, 248, met Thursday night at Greenwood Odd Fellows Hall, North Alton, and during the business session, plans were made to serve a turkey dinner to the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs bowling teams of the Alton-Wood River area on May 1. Greenwood Lodge. Odd Fellows are bowling champions. The lodge will have a rummage sale May 13, and it was announced that a bus will be chartered to take members to the district meeting in East St. Louis on May 7. A class of candidates will be initiated May 6, and the same night mothers will be honored. Degree practice will be held April 29. Depot Club Closed Tonight The Depot Club is to be closed tonight in observance of the Good Friday holiday. On Sat-, urday night, it will be open. The club rooms are to be closed Easter Sunday night. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifford, 545 Tenth St., Wood River, announce the birth of their fourth daughter at 12:30 a.m. today in Wood River Township Hospital weighing seven pounds and 34 ounces. The other girls are Beverley, 5, Mary, 4, and Karen, 2. 'Easter' Theme Mrs. R. L. DeGrand Elected Of Club Program President of Service League Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse C. Mouscr, Rt. 1, Godfrey, are announcing the birth of their fourth child nnd first daughter at 7:55 a.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital weighing 6 pounds and 6 ounces, and hns been given the name of Sharon Kay. The hoys are Glen, 12, Donald, 7, nnd Michael, 6. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack D. Quigley, 7 Dell St., East Alton, at 8:34 a.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Havel, 223 South Fourteenth St., Wood River, are parents of a daughter born at 11:35 a.m. NOTICE EASTER EGG SUNDAY Grounds. Priiet Awirded SPORTSMAN Mrs. Wcatherby To Be In Area Speech Contest Vida Nucva Toastmistrcss Club held ils regular dinner meeting Thursday evening at the YounK Women's Christian As- sication, with Vice President Mrs. John J. Springman presiding in the absence of Mrs. E. W. Weatherby, president. Pink tapers lighted the tables, and flanked a blue bowl of pink blossoms which formed the centerpiece at the head table. Program covers of aqua blue were decorated with Easter egg faces wearing Easier bonnets. Mrs. Richard L. Wickenhauser gave the invocation, and during dessert course, Mrs. R. Eugene Bockhorst led the table topic: "Pet Peeves," will all members participating. An educational session on parliamentary law was presented by Mrs. Mildred Winter, with group discussion following. Mrs. Philo Kane was toastmistress of 1he evening and presented Mrs. Robert Wuthenow, who entertained her audience with a story entitled "Female." An impromptu speech entitled: "Easter Parade," was given by Mrs. Charles Weirich. A feature of the evening's program was a spelling bee, with Mrs. A. Charles Cha^e and Mrs. Don '~E. Nicholson as captains of the competing teams. Mrs. Charles Chase's team was the winner of the spelling bee. Mrs. Maurice J. Wickenhauser lexicologist and general evaluator for the meeting. She presented a blue ribbon for the outstanding performance of the evening to Mrs. Kane. It was announced that Mrs, E. W. Weatherby will represent Vida Nueva at the annual speech contest of Council No. 4, South- central Region, to be held nt Forest Park Hotel, St. Louis, on April 24. Reservations for that contest: are being-taken by Mrs. Robert Wuthenow. Mrs. Russell Hale was a guest of the club at last night's meeting. The next regular dinner- meeting will be held at the YWCA May 6. Mrs. Bockhorst will serve as toastmistress and Mrs. Chauncey Clayton will lead the table topic. Heavy Toll The first time cannons were used, at Formigny in 1450, the French killed 3,750 of an English force of 4,500, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. April meeting of the Junior Service League was held Thursday at Hotel Stratford with Mrs. H. John Thayer presiding. Election of officers for the year 195455 was the first order of business, and the following were elected: Mrs. R. L. DeGrand, president; Mrs. E. K. DuVivier, vice president;. Mrs. Dan M. Houser, . recording secretary; Mrs. Ray G. Ward, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. William Green, treasurer. Officers to retire in June are Mrs. Thayer, president; Mrs. Don W. Ryker, vice president; Mrs. DeGrand, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert Jourdain, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. DuVivier, treasurer. Annual reports were presented by chairmen of committees. A report of special interest was that . of Mrs. C. B. Belknap, placement chairman, who stated that League members have contributed over 2,500 volunteer hours to the community in the past year. A discussion on the'advisnbility on sending handicapped children 'to a special camp was held, and a committee, under the direction of Mrs. Don W. Wiebmer, was set up to determine the number of'children to be sent. The League sponsored four children last summer, paying for three, while an anonymous donor, paid for the tuition of one. Anyone interested in assuming the cost of one child's tuition— which is very low—is asked to call Mrs. Wiebmer who will give necessary information. All counselors at the camp are occupational therapists and physical therapists, and the program i» planned to assist children in becoming useful and productive citizens. After the meeting a small party was held to welcome 1h» following provisional memberi into active membership: Mrs. Ralph Jackson, Mrs. Willard Johnson, Mrs. Walter Judy, Mrs. Hillis Arnold, Mrs. Paul B. Akin, Mrs. Leland Kennedy, Mrs. Don Wiebmer, Mrs. Richard Mattingly, Mrs. Donald McLain, Mrs. Richard McLaughlin and Mrs. Clifford Godwin, who recently moved to Cleveland, O., and will assume an inactive status. 'Comparing New and the Old 9 Theme of YWCA Program How we can live "Better Than Kings" will be portrayed in a color, sound, movie at the Young Women's Christian Association Thursday afternoon, April 22, at 1:30 o'clock. The film is a pictorial history of how innovations solved the work .problem in the home so that today's woman is released for those outside activities that are of special interest to her. Luxurious courts of ancient kings are to be featured in the movie. Also pictured will he homey scenes of nineteenth century America. These scenes will be shown in contrast to those of the ultra-modern home of today and all shown in vivid color. The movie will be a feature attraction during YWCA open house next Thursday afternoon in observance of National YWCA Week, April 19-25. Arrangements were completed for showing the film by Mrs. Stanley Wright, chairman of the YW Week program. In explaining this type of program, Mrs. Wright said, "historically, the YWCA has al- ways played an important part in focusing attention on the problems of the working woman. But the YWCA cares, too, about the work problems of the woman in the home. Women are encouraged to carry the responsibility as a wife and mother. Yet in the interest of all women, YWCA program opens the way for them to participate in outside activities of special interest." All YW activities during National YWCA Week are to be open tp the public without charge. As a souvenir of Thursday afternoon, a set.of antique design .salt and pepper shakers will be given all who attend. An antique exhibit is being arranged for display in the lobby to carry out the theme of the day, "comparing the new and the old," Mrs. M. Ryrie Milnor is in charge of the exhibit. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the program. Burma will make paper from bamboo. GOULDING'S Our 101st Year Jewelers in Alton you re uyng a diamond, — k now tke ur Color Clarity C ufting C arat Weight Don't judge diamonds by carat weight alone! Four factors influence a diamond's value; color, clarity, cutting and carat weight. Only an expert jeweler with modern equipment can accurately judge diamonds. Why not come in ,..see how we put the 4 Cs to work for you when you buy a diamond! 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