Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 18
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 ociety... <*, MtSS NEWMAN. Mr. and Mrs. William Kd- xvard Newman of 1109 McKinley Blvd., are announcing the engagement of their daiiRhter, Irene Margaret, to James Walter Kinman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kinman of Montezuma, Ga. The couple plan a late summer wedding. Miss Newman Is n graduate of Villa Duchesne, Conway nnd Spoede Road. -Clayton, Mo., and attended the University of Illinois. She is an Inactive member of Beta Gamma Upsilon. Miss Newman is employed In the Service Department, Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Mr. Kinman is a graduate of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, and his fraternity is Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Me is associated with Delta Tank Co., Macon, Ga. Mr. Kinman has an older brother, Wendell Kinmnn, and a younger sister, Miss Betle Kinman. Curtis L. Twichell To Wed In AuRUnt Announcement, of the engagement and approaching marriage of Curtis Leo Twichell and Miss Beverly Guslus was made by parents of the prospective bride, Mr. and Mrs. Reuel T. Gustus at Iheir * home in Cambridge, 111., during a family dinner Easter Sunday evening. ». Mr. Twichell is the elder Son of Mrs. Curtis L. Twichell, 2406 Crawford Ave.. and the late Mr. Twichell. The couple plan to be married in August, the wedding taking place in Cam- bridget Miss Gustus is a graduate of Cambridge High School and of Augustana College, Rock Island, where she svas a member of Sigma Mu Alpha, honorary music fraternity, and Chi Omega Gamma, social sorority. She is teaching vocal music in the Alwood. 111., schools, and resides in Woodhill, 111. Mr. Twichell was graduated from Alton High School and Shurtleff College. He received his master's degree in history from the University'of Illinois, where he was a member of Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary fraternity. The prospective bridegroom is an instructor in the Winola High School, Viola, 111. Pro-NuptlHl 1'arty Monday at IMeilora A pre-nuptial shower wns held at the Christian Church Monday evening, honoring Miss Mae Doyle, whose marriage to Thomas Felix of Attica, Ind., will take place Sunday, April 25, at Williamsport. Ind. Thirty-eight guests were in attendance. Miss Virginia Chism sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," and was accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Bowker. Games wore played, with prizes being received by Mrs. A. T. Wilton, Mrs. Truman Bowker and Mrs. Earl Rhodes. Mrs. Henry Harding gave a reading, "The Motor Romance." After Miss Doyle opened her gifts, refreshments were served. The hostesses wore Mrs. Francis Coleman, Mrs. Truman Bowkpr, Mrs. Henry Harding, Mrs. Virgil Pruitt Jr.. Mrs. Warren Harris, Mrs. Laverne Prather, Mrs. Russell RCMIO, Mrs. Nelson Milner, Mrs. Lloyd Bowkor, Mrs. Darrell Walters, Mrs. Darrell Eddleman, Mrs. Wendell Warner, Mrs. Melvin Bennett, Mrs. James Foster, Mrs. Kenneth Stanton, Mrs. Gene Bowker, Mrs. Bill Reilley, Mrs. Milford Bowker, Mrs. Jerry Meinders, Mrs. A. T. Wilton, Mrs. Pearl Gross, Mrs. Harold Bowman, Mrs. Robert Kirchner. Miss Patty Wilton, Mis,s Pauline French, Miss Christine Wayman, Miss Anna May Bowker, Miss Wanda Stanton, Miss Virginia Chisrn. Ontis Christening At St. Patrick's Church Terrance Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ontis of 1218 Kast Sixth St., was christened Easter Sunday by the Rev. John Crosson in St. Patrick's Church. Walter S. Schenk, great-uncle of the babe, and Miss Josephine Karnp of Brighton were the sponsors. Terrance Dale, born April 3 at St, Joseph's Hospital, is the couple's first child. His mother is the former Miss JoAnne Schenk. Mr». Lottie Ontis, Alton, and Charlet Ontis, Dow, are the infant'l paternal grandparents, and Mr*. Henry Schenk and the late Mr. Schenk are maternal grandparent!. tt«M> to Murlt R.ith VOddlng' Annhrranry Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Hall of Godfrey, former wril-known Alton rrsidrni?, «ill observe fh? sixty-fifth anniversary of their marriage Sund;iy, April L'!i, and \\i]\ be jjur.sts of honor at an open hou«e at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Stalp, 1631 Clawson Ave. The irrrn^ tion will takr plarr from 2 to 5 o'clock, and friends of the couple are invited to attend. Kappa T*l Merlins; With Ml** ronnMI Kappa Psi Suh-Delis will meet this evening. 7:^,0 o'clock, with Miss Mary Connell, lllfi Diamond St. MISS SCOOOIN8. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Scogglns of 1816 Park Ave., are announcing the engagement and nn- preaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia, to Dale Louis Noudocker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey L, Neudeck- cr, 21G Wisconsin Ave. The prospective bride, a past worthy advisor of Alton Assembly, No. 8, Order of Rainbow for Girls, attended Illinois Stale Normal University, majoring in special education. She is employed In the freight office of Illinois Terminal Railroad. Mr. Neudeckor, an employn of Wickcnhouser Construction Co., attended Shnrtlcff College and Is enrolled in VVnshlnglon University. His fraternity is Phi Sigma Tau. The couple have selected July 9 for their wedding. Walton Chapter Observes Friends Night Friends night, was observed Monday by Walton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, with guest officers occupying the chairs, The guest worthy matron was Mrs. Loo Rohde of Wood River, and the guest worthy pa Iron WHS Lynn Slone, Wood River. Other guest officers were Mrs. Edwin M. Lramon, associate matron; John Nolan, associate patron; Mrs. D. C, Pointer, secretary; Mrs. John Nolan, treasurer; Mrs. Willis dishing, conductress; Mrs. Vernon Sigler, associate conductress; Mrs. C. Walker, chaplain; Mrs, C. A. Woodfall, marshal; Mrs. Victor Unterbrink, organist; Mrs. Chnrlos Hartmnn, Ada; Mrs. Willis Korle, Ruth; Mrs. G. K. Cannon, Esther; Mrs. Eva Dennis, Martha; Mrs. John Kcn- slermnn, Elccta; Mrs. Ida Nickell, warden; Archie Stup- pericli, sentinel, and Willis Gushing, color-hearer. With exception of the worthy matron and patron, anil Martha, who were from the Wood River lodge, all of the visiting officers were from Alton Chii|>ter of the Order of Eastern Star. Other officers of Wood River lodge served as escorts. The guest officers were toasted in song by Everett Turner and Wood River officers presented Mrs. Rhode and Mr. Slone with gifts. Following the merlins; refreshments wore server! in Die dining room and each guest officer received a gift. Mrs. Carl Russo, worthy matron of Walton Chapter, announced a full class of candidates for the May 3, mei'ting. The annual card party and style show of Walton Chapter will be held May 1L', in Franklin Temple. Hook Hevlew WiMlneKiluy for Alliance Anna D. Sparks Alliance met yesterday at First Unitarian Church for dessert, and Mrs. James Hull, Mrs. Kcclc Hull and Mrs. Peter Brett were hostesses. During a, business session Mrs. M. A. Reasoner and Mrs. Dudley F. Giberson were named as delegates 1o a meeting of the General Alliance in Washington, D. C., curly in May. Mrs. George C. Dintelmann reviewed ".10 Plus and Fancy Free" by Emily Kimbrouch as the day's program. Mini Klbie Walking Honored at Shower A pre-nuptial shower for Miss Klsie Watkins. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Watkins of Bethalto, uas held Tuesday at the Westerner Club. Miss Walkins will lie married to Dfan Denhy ol Roxana May 15. The 30 guests played games and were served refreshments. Hostesses were Miss Adelle Plegge and Mrs. Andrew Augustine. Assisting in the serving of refreshments were Mrs. Fred Plegge. Mrs. Elwooc] Plegge and Mrs. Roy LippoJd. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD SLIMICK were mar- rlrrl Salurrlny in (he Ilillrrost Church of the Nazarcnp. The Rev. ]|. R. .Jcnson officiated. The bride is the former Miss Shirley Mno Wood.—Staff photo. Rrhnflrlil-Wnmtan Wedding In Wood River The wedding of Miss Shirley Jean Wooden of Hartford, and Dale Schoficld, Carrolllon, was witnessed by members of the Immediate families of the couple at 6 o'clock Thursday evening In Ihe Emmanuel Pentecostal Church, Wood River. The Rev. George Wooden, brother of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Jerome Freeman, sister of the bride, snng "Because" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Mrs. Edwin Wooden, sister-in-law of the bride. Miss Jnnel Thompson, niece of Miss Wooden, was bridesmaid, and Robert Wooden, brother of the bride, was best num. The bride was given In marriage by her brother, Luther Wooden. She wore a floor length gown of ivory satin made with a sheer yoke and n Peler Pan collar trimmed with lace. Mulching lace trimmed the sleeves, and the skirl extended into a long train. The bride's chapel length veil was secured by a satin Juliet hat trimmed with orange blossoms and rhinestones. She carried a white sntin covered Bible on which wns an orchid. Orange blossoms were knotted into the sntin streamers which served as book marks in the Bible. Miss Thompson wore n ballerina length gown of aqua net nnd satin with a stole. Her accessories were black and her flowers were yellow roses. Immediately following tho ceremony relatives and close friends were entertained at a reception in the new home of the briclo and bridegroom, 125 Kirch St., Hartford. Assisting in entertaining the guests were Mrs. Nancy Wooden, mother of the bride, Mrs. Edwin Wooden, sisler-in-lnw of the bride, and Alan Pettit, brother-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Schofield is employed by Owens-Illinois Glass Co.. and her husband is an employe of Western Cartridge Co. McC'llntdck-C'rliii WiMlilIni; Saturday Plans have been completed for the Saturday morning marriage of Miss Julia Crim, fiiiughler of Mrs. CHRP Crim of Bi'thalto and the late Mr. Crim, and Donald I-:. McClintock. son of Mrs. John McClinlock and the late Mr. McClinlock, I 1 ]7 East Acton Ave,, Wood River. The ceremony will take pla> e at 10 o'clock Saturday morn- WK i" Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, HtMhiilto, ami the Rev. Thomas Manning will officiate at the ceremony and nuptial mass. Richard McClintock will «|- (Piid his brother as best man, and Mrs. Patrick (Alicet Tiir- fintino will be her sister's matron of honor, .lane McClintock. niece of the bridegroom, «i!l be flower «irl. Breakfast \\ill be served lo the bridal parly and members of their immediate families after the ceremony at Skagns Steak House. A reception from - 1 to 4 o'clock will be held Saturday afternoon in the social rooms of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. Sorority I'arly At Cmnp Taluhl Members of Lambda Alpha Xi senior chapter, Beta'.Gamma I'psilon Sorority, their husbands and guests enjoyed an informal party Wednesday evening at Camp Talahi Lod«e. Twenty-five couples w ere present and Mr. and Mrs. George Fries and Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Studley wore hosts and hostesses. A box supper was served early in the evening ancUater g ( m e s, including charades, were played, and dancing en- Luncheon Wednesday For Sorority Mother* Mothers Club of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Washington University, St. Louis, were luncheon guesfs of Mrs. Edwin L. Jacoby, Mrs. Theo Rambo of Hartford and Mrs. Harold Ttalrd of Wood River Wednesday. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Jacoby, Wor- rien Apartments, 1107 Washing-' ton Ave. Twenty-three women were in attendance, nnd the home wns decorated with colorful spring flowers. Pictures taken In Japan were shown after the serving of luncheon. Miss Huronrn Jncoby, Miss Sylvia Rambo and Miss Dolores Balrd, daughters of the hostesses, are students at Washington University and members of Alpha Xi Delta. llarMibiirgrr Infnnt Christened Sunday Deborah Ann Hnrshbarger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harshbarger, 240.") S a n f o r d Ave., was christened Easter Sunday by Msgr. J. J, Brune in St. Mary's Church. Alfred Nagel, uncle, and Miss Patricia Ann llarshbarger, sister of the babe, were sponsors. Deborah Ann was born March 29 at St. Joseph's Hospital. \ Alton Chapter, OES Honor* (incuts Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, 775, held a regular slated meeting Wednesday nifilil in the Alton Masonic Temple, Stale street, jind in connection with the session, guest night xvns observed. Mrs. T. Nounreilcr of Granite City was guest of honor. J\lrs, Neunreiler. a member of the Granite City Chapter, and grand lecturer of Alton chapter, was toasted in song by Mrs. F, T. Hawk and was presented a gift from Alton chapter members and officers, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Temple, worthy patron and worthy matron of Alton chapter, welcomed the guests. Worthy patrons nnd matrons were present from Walton chapter, Alton, and chapters in Belleville, Highland, East St. Louis, Be- Ihtilto, Granite City, Wood River, Je-rseyville, Medora, Gnif- ton. Mrighlon, Gillespic and Ed- \\ardsville. Worthy matron nnd patron of the Wood River chapter presided in the East. After the worthy patrons and matrons had been escorted into Ihe hall and introduced, they were toasted in song by Mrs. Hawk. During a business session plans were made for a rummage sale to be held by the chapter Friday, and for a dessert card party at the Masonic Temple on State street, April 30. The meeting hall was decorated with spring flowers, lilacs predominating. After the meet ing guests were invited into the dining room win 1 re tables were prettily decorated in the May Day theme. May |K)les and spring flowers adorned tho tattles, and refreshments were .served. Mrs. Ncta (lobule (•iiesi of Honor Mrs. Neta Gobble, a seamstress at Alton State Hospital, \\lio has retired after 20 years service at the hospital, was Riiest of honor «t a party Wednesday evening given by members of Local 1?4. Em- ployes of Alton State Hospital. The party was held in the occupational therapy room with a covered dish dinner preceding games. During tho evening Mrs. Gobble was recipient of a gift. The presentation of the gilt was made by Dr. Abraham Simon, superintendent of the hospital. Hostesses for the party were Mr*. Anna Bigler, Mrs. Alire Daltrm and Mrs. Pauline Sims. Mrs. Gobble is the widow of a former hospital employe. She plans to make her home at Girard. Pmfry Salr at Newbrrry'n Friday Auxiliary to the Eagles will hold a pastry sale Friday at. Newberry's store. >>k Blanrhl WerMIn? Monday at Marnn, Mo. Mrs. R. A. Mr-Bride and daughter, Mi.«s Mary J/ju Miller, of 420 Foulds Ave., nnd Miss Stanislaus Christen of Jerseyville attended the wedding of Lt. Wayne Kirk of St. I/>ms and Miss Genevia Biam-hi of Macon, Mo., at the Imrnamlate. Conception Church, Macon, Easter Monday. Reception followed the \vnrl ding, taking place at Hotel Jefferson, Macon. and Miss Miller and Miss Christen, students at Fonlbonno College, .St.. Louis, assisted In serving. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bianchi, is a senior at Fontbonne College. St. Altar Society Meets SI. Patrick's Altar Society met Wednesday afternoon in Ihe school hall with Mrs. Mayme Scott presiding. Women of the parish were invited lo attend the meeting of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women to bo held Monday, April 2B, 1:30 o'clock fDST) at St. Elizabeth's Church, Marine, 111. After Ihe business session games were played and prizes were received by Mrs. Ed Yor- by, Mrs. Mary Crowson of St. I^ouis, Mrs. Peter Liofferig, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. W. Meisenheimer and Mrs. Mary Strom- ske. Mrs. Patrick Asaro, Mrs. Gus Catanzaro and Mrs. Frank Stiles, hostesses, served refreshments. Mnry Belsor Honored at Shower Miss Mary Beiscr, who will become the bride of Rodger Penning Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the rectory of St. Ambrose Church, was recently honored at a linen shower given by Mrs. Kenneth Groer at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Elf Greer, 1111 Milton road. Gifts of linen for the bride- elect were arranged on a table decorated in the combined Easter nnd wedding motifs beneath a large* wedding bell. Mrs. Dean Smith, Miss Helen Beiscr, Miss Doris Smith, Miss Jane Beiser /mcl Mrs. Jack Penning were recipients of prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Carl Markovitch and Mrs. Eli Greer. Rnss-Flnnoy Wedding In Greenfield Miss Mary Jane Finney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Finnoy of Greenfield, became the bride of Gerald Lee Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross of Greenfield, in a candlelight ceremony at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Greenfield Methodist Church. The Rev. George Mayo officiated at the double ring, ceremony before the altar which was banked with Easter lilies nnd ferns. Mrs. Donald Andrews sang "I Love You Truly," and "Because," accompanied by Mrs. James Martin, oganisf, The bride's gown wns fnsh- loned of white not over taffeta, floor length, with a jack- el of Chantilly lace. Her waist length veil of illusion wns attached lo a band of orange blossoms and she carried a white Bible with a cascade bouquet of lilies of the valley centered with an orchid. The bride's sisters, Miss Betty Finney and Miss Daisy May Finney, were her attendants. They wore gown s similarly fashioned of nile green nnd yellow net with matching stoles. James Scherer of Champaign was best man and Russell Finny Jr., groomsman. Gale Cole and Claude Land served as ushers. Mrs. Russell Rigss. Mrs. Ralph Blalock and Miss Nancy Meyer of Jacksonville, Mrs. Charles Ross Jr., and Miss Virginia Sonnebom assisted with the serving at the reception which followed the ceremony in the church social rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Ross are graduates of Greenfield Community High School. She is a junior in Passavant Hospital School of Nursing, Jacksonville. and Mr. Ross is a junior at the University of Illinois. Miss Jane MiiiiHteriimn Honored a I Tea The dale of the wedding of Miss Jane Ann Munsterman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Munsterman of Jerseyville and Lt. Robert Shepard of the U. S. Air Force, sta- .tioned at Wright Patterson Ail- Force Base, Dayton, O., was revealed at a tea given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Gordon M. Ripley and Mrs. Floyd R. Miller at the Ripley home on Pleasant street, Jerseyville. The nuptials will take place June 12 at St. Francis Xavier Church, Jerseyville. Pink carnations and lilacs were used in decorating the tea table and similar flowers were used in the appointments. News of the wedding date appeared in the centerpiece of the tea table where twin bouquets MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. WALTER were married Saturday in the East. Alton First Baptist Church with the Rev. Louis A. Youngs officiating. Before her marriage Mrs. Walter was Miss Edith E. Clagg.—Photo Art Shop. of pink carnations and lilacs xvere joined by a pink t satin ribbon inscribed with the announcement. "Jnne and Boh, June 12." Small pictures of the bride-elect and her fiance were entwined in tho ribbons. Miss Barbara Cross, a senior at the University of Illinois, and Miss Rita Miller of St. Louis poured. Miss Munsterman and her mother wore in the receiving line with tho hostesses. Mrs. Hugh W. Cross Sr., of Washington, D. C., was an oul- of-lown guest. nlllle I/Mil* Rnkrr Miss Hughes to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hughes of Jersoyville are announcing the approaching marriage of their elder daughter, Miss Jo Ann Hughes, to Billie Louis Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker 'of Shipman. The ceremony will take place at 2 o'clock the afternoon of May 20 in, the Methodist church at Jerseyville. Miss Hughes was graduated from the Jersey Community High School with the class of 1950 and is an inactive member of the Beta Katfpa Sorority. She is also a past member oil Jerseyville Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Mr. Baker Ss a graduate of Shipman High School, finishing in 1950. Ho has been in military service since June, 1952, nnd is stationed at Webb Air Force Base, Big Springs, Tex. He will receive his wings and be commissioned a second lieutenant May 26. Recent Bride Honored at Shower Mrs. Gene Ncwcome, the former Miss Joyce Dunn, 'whose wedding took place March 27, was guest of honor at n postnuptial shower last Thursday given by Mrs. Nelson Steiner, Mrs. Joseph Emery and Miss Mary Jane Nash at Mrs. Emery's home, 983 Ferguson Ave., Wood River. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature wore presented to the guest of honor, and prizes in games were awarded to Mrs. Denzil Dunn, Mrs. Donald Meyers and Mrs. Jerome Martin. The home was decorated in yellow and while. Prospective Bride Honored at Shower Miss Anita Hayes, whose marriage to Harold Huebener will take place May 1, was guest of honor Wednesday night at a party given by Mrs. Herbert Siesener and Mrs. Victor F. Huebener, at the home of the latter, Ramona place, Godfrey. Fourteen guests wore in attendance. Miss Hnyes received gifts of a miscellaneous nature, and the presentation was made by Mrs. Huehener's four-year-old daughter, Judy Ann. Games were played, nnd Mrs. Joseph Brandt, Mrs. Mayme Huebener, Mrs. Jack Feldwisch and Mrs. E. Lloyd Isaacs were awarded prizes. Refreshments were served at. 1 a table decorated in the bridal motif, and spring flowers were arranged throughout the house. The color scheme was blue and while. Wide satin ribbon was drawn down the length of the table. At one end were dolls representing a bride and bridegroom, a bridesmaid nnd a flower girl, and at the other wns a tiny altar flanked by small blossoms and miniature candelabra, « Nameless Club With Mrs. llohmnn Members of the Nameless Club were entertained Wednesday evening by Mrs. Victor Hohman of West Nineteenth street. After prizes were received by Mrs. Emil Kaescr, Mrs. Paul Carpenter, Mrs. Albert Halbert and Mrs. Leo Quigloy lunch was served. Mrs. John E. Jacoby of 1122 Greene St., will have the club with her in two weeks. Mrs. Oliver Gray Honored Wednesday Miss Joan Willis and Miss Esther St. Cin were hostesses to a party Wednesday night in St. Alphonsus' Hal), Brighton, honoring Mrs. Oliver Gray. Twenty-five guests were present and rob your neighbor was played with prizes being received by Mrs. P, J. Wittman, Miss Mary Wittman, Mrs. Walter Wittman, Mrs. Arthur Conner, Mrs. Richard Farmer and Mrs. Dean Taylor. Gifts for Mrs. Gray were ar- MR. AND MRS. DALE SCHOFIELD were married April 15 in the Wood River Immanuel Pentecostal Church with the Rev. George Wooden officiating. Mrs. Schofield is the former Miss Shirley Jean Wooden.— Photo by Vivian Estes. St. Joseph's Auxiliary To Close Campaign Woman's Auxiliary of St. Joseph's Hospital will bring a membership drive to a close at the end of this month. Mrs. D. J. Knowles, chairman of tho drive, and her workers report meeting with much success, and many now members have been secured. Mrs. J. E. McLaughlin is president of the auxiliary. Births Lodges Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Pershing Lodge, 648, will meet this evening, 7:30 o'clock, in Odd Fellows Building. Class of candidates will be initiated. Curry of chicken or lamb tastes its best when it is served with a tray of accompaniments such as raisins, ground peanuts, coconut, chutney, crisp crumbled bacon and pineapple chunks. You may also add a homemade relish by chopping green pepper, onion, cucumber and tomatoes and mixing with French dressing. ranged on a yellow and green decorated table with a bowl of yellow tulips and snapdragons. Refreshments were served at a late hour. Iota Epsilon Meeting Tonight lota Epsilon Sub Debs will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the home of Miss Barbara Gocssling, 1199 McPherson St. Any Day Club Meets With Mrs. Btirniestcr Mrs. Edwin Burmesfer of Frontenac place, Godfrey, was hostess to the Any Day Bunco Club Wednesday night. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Burmester, Mrs. Joseph Smith, Mrs. C. C. Colbert, Mrs. Morris Burmester and Mrs. Ed Mullens. Refreshment were served towards the close of the evening. On May 10 club will meet at the home*of Mrs. Morris Buf- moster, 2344 State St. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson of 3707 Horn St., have chosen Ihe name of Shcrri Dayle for a daughter, born Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby, their third child, weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces. Their oilier children are William, 8, and Earlino, 4. Mrs. Robinson, accompanied by Sherri Dayle, returned home Wednesday. A son, weighing eight, pounds and one ounce, was born at 6:40 p.m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Wohlcrt, 2711 Maxey St. The name of Leslie Karen has boon chosen by Mr. nnd Mrs. Milo Nioft, 250 High Pointe place, Rosewood Heights, for a daughter, born at 4 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby, their first child, weighs six pounds, three ounces. Mrs. Nieft was before her marriage, Miss Evelyn Wallendorf. Cosmopolitans To Meet Sunday The Young Men's Christian Association and Young Women's Christian Association Cosmopolitan Club will hold its monthly meeting on Sunday, April 25. from 4 to 9 p.m., at the Young Women's Christian Association. Included on the program will be square dancing, card games and swimming. Supper will be served at 6 p.m. The meetings are open to everyone, adults and their children, oT this vicinity. The guests from Scott Field will he representative of many nations, including probably for the first time, the little republic of South Korea, The club committee suggests that people wear comfortable clothing and low-heeled shoes for relaxation and square dancing. Dinner reservations may h* made by calling the YWCA by Saturday noon. Families as a unit are especially invited to participate in this program. Social Continued on Page in. 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