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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1954 Society. .. t5en**fsftl Mf. »fld Mrs. Harry P. Matern*. 8033 Daytona drive. Clayton, Md., will entertain *ith a rehearsal dinner tonight at Hotel Stratford, honoring their sort, Harry Paul Mafeme, and his fiancee, Miss Martha Arm McBurney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mc- Bwney ftf 414 Prospect St. The eeuple's wedding will fake place Saturday afternoon. 4:30 o'clock, at First Presbyterian Church, and will be fol lowed by a reception at Hotel Stratford. ... Mr. Materne will be best man tor his son. and Tom K. Brown, fclayton, Mo., and Walter A. Beckers, St. Louis, will be feroomsmen. James E. McBurney. brother of the bride, and W. E. Dick of Alton, John E. Metz, St. Louis County, and William Rippley, St. Louis, will be ushers. Miss Barbara Schneider of fean Francisco will be maid of honor, and Miss Shirley Davis. Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Carolyn Quayle, St. Louis, bridesmaids. Since announcement w a 8 hiade of their engagement Mr. Materne and Miss McBurney have been honored at a series bf parties. Last Sunday Mrs. Jean K. Drosten, 7763 Davis drive, Clayton, was hostess to a buffet dinner, entertaining 30 guests, including St. Louis friends of the engaged couple. Eugene Booth, Miss Porter Married In Pcorln, Bouquets of white snapdragons before a background of palms and lilies furnished Ihe setting for the wedding of Miss Dolores Porter, daughter ' of Mr. and Mrs. William Harold Porter of Peoria, and Eugene E. Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schlotzhauer of Jersey- vine, The wedding took place Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Arcadia Avenue Presbyterian Church, Peoria. The Rev. Ernest L. Fernandes, pastor, officiated at thc double ring ceremony. While guests were assembling Miss Elizabeth Krumpe, organist, played selections including "I Love You Truly" and "Liebestraum." She played the wedding marches and accompanied Howard Kellogg who sang "Because" and "How Do I Love Thee?" before thc ceremony and, at Its conclusion, "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father, and had as her attendants, Miss Carol Weinberg, maid of honor, Miss Doris Marlatte, bridesmaid, and Miss Rachel Schlotzhauer of Jerseyville, sister of the bridegroom, junior bridesmaid. The bride's cousin, Lynn Kay Thompson, was flower girl. Mr. Booth chose Thomas Pugh and Gus Bohlman of Peoria, as his best man and groomsman, and his brother, Jerry Booth, and William O'Connell escorted the guests to their seats. Miss Porter's gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle, was fashioned along empire lines, with folds of satin forming 1lie high midriff. A portrait neckline accented the fitted bodice of lace and the full skirt was floor-touching. Her waist- lenglh veil ot illusion was held by a crown of lace encrusted with pearls, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and Mephanotis, encircling a single talisman rose. The attendants' gowns of pastel colors were made of embroidered nylon net over laf- feta and were styled with halter necklines and were topped by jackets . They wore short veils held by headbands matching their frocks in color. The maid of honor wore a blue dress and carried pink carnations; Miss Marlette WHS in pink and her flowers were blue carnations, and Miss Schlolzhauer's dress was yellow and her bouquet was composed of deep pink carnations. The pink nylon frock of the flower girl featured a Peter Pan collar and puffed sleeves on the bodice and the skirt had a gathered nylon net overskirt. She wore a bandeau of pink rosebuds and carried a small basket filled with pink rose petals, which she scattered in the path of the bride. Following the wedding a re. ception was held in the church parlors. The bride's table was centered with a ihree-tlered cake decorated with pink rosebuds. Miss Patti Mashburn of Jerseyville was among those sers'ing refreshments. When the couple left on a honeymoon trip Sunday evening, the bride was wearing a tucked navy sheath dress with a bolero jacket, ice blue top. per, and navy sc^-ssorles. On their r«rturn they will reside at 606 Atlantic, Peoria. Mrs. Booth Is a graduate of Peoria Central High School and is employed at the First National Bank, Peoria. She is a member of Omieron Sigrna Chi Sofority. Mr. Booth is a senior at dradley University, and is em- gloved at the Peoria Journal 3« • staff photographer. He it a member of Phi Mu Alpha, iinfOQJa music fraternity, Attending the wedding from were Mr. and Mrs. John Bicoraw Jr., Mij* Helen Bloomer, Johnny Bloomer, Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boner, Dcl- bert Lane. David Ij»ne. Herbert Navlor and Harold Walkington. MISS The engagement of Miss Delores Scudcre, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scudere, 2119 Washington Ave., to A. 1 C. Frank A. Vicari. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vicari of 348 Lindenwood drive, was made known Easter at a dinner given by the parents of Ihe bride-to-be at their home. Members of the Immediate families were In attendance. The couple plan a late July wedding. Dorothy Oiiest of llnnnr Mrs. Victor Schwartz entertained 20 guests Thursday evening at her home, 100 Rrcnl- wood Ave., with a bathroom shower for Miss Dorothy Loch who will become the bride of John Ray Kislnor May 8 nt 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Church. Canasta was played nnd prizes were received by Mrs. Erwin Manns, Mrs. Leroy Arnold, Mrs. Felix Pratte, Miss Alice Noll and Mrs. Don Kistncr. Refreshments were served, and Mrs. Schwartz was assisted in serving by Miss Vlckl Schwartz, Miss Carol Ann Klst- ner and Mrs. David Coleman. •famr* White, to Wed In Maryland Mrs. George B. Merrlck of Upper Marlboro, Md., has announced the engagement of her daughter. Miss Prlscllla Waring Merrlck, to Airman James Edward While, son of Mrs. John Irving White and the late Mr. White of Jerseyville. The wedding will take place June 5. The bride-elect is a daughter of the late Judge George Brent Merrlck of Upper Marlboro, and is a graduate of the Academy of the Holy Cross, Washington, D. C., nnd attended the University of Mnrylnnd nnd the Washington School for Secretaries. Mr. White is a graduate of Jersey Community High School and is serving with the U. S. Air Force, stationer! at Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, D. C. VftiHlavord-Flitmleiii Announcement Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Flanders of 443 Prospect St., Wood River, arc announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Caroline Kllcn Flnncl- crs, to George Kclward Vando- vord, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Vnndevord, 'JI2 Wood River Ave., Knst Alton. The wedding will take place. June 20 nt the First Baptist Church, Wood River. Miss Flanders is employed in the accounting office at the Owens-Illinois Glass Co, She was a member of the 19r>3 graduating class of Kast Alton-Wood River Hifih School. Mr. Vmidovord is employed as a draftsman at Western Cartridge Co. He was also a member of the 19f>3 graduating class of East Alton-Wood River High School. Illinois (iiirilPii Chili Mrs. Earl Albers of Orik Hill, Bethallo, attended a regional meeting of the Illinois Garden Club at Hotel Broadview, Knst St. Louis, Monday, and Mrs, Harry N. Rosinos, Edwardsville, conducted a school of instruction. Mrs. Albers is regional membership chairman. Mrs. Albers svill be at 1he Abraham Lincoln Hotel, Spring. field, May 4 and 5, and will participate in an Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden Tour. The tour includes a visit to the executive mansion where (CM will be served, and to HIP Wagon Wheel, New Salem, where luncheon will be served, MUs Joan Reck Gueht of Honor Miss Joan Beck was honorc'l Thursday evening at a miscellaneous shower given by the main office pirls of St. Joseph's Hospital. Miss Beck, an em- ploye of St. Joseph's, will hp- come the bride of Jack Wittman on May 8 at SI. Ambrose Church. The shower WHS held in the nurses' dining room of the hospital, and gifts for the bride- to-be were arranged on a table decorated in green and yellow. Centerpieces in the shape of three tier wedding cakes, bearing the inscription "Best Wishes. Joan & Jack- May 8, 1951" decorated the tables. Twenty.two were in attend- ance. Games were played, and prizes were awarded to fhe Misses Pat Fritz, Betty Fitz- fcibbins. Irene Heil and Kathy Delaney. Mother t'runla. OStr, To Prenent Revlrw Quarterly meeting nf the T,'r- siilin* 1 Auxiliary will be held 3t the Ursullne Convent, on Danforth street. Sunday, April 25. Mother Mary Ursula, librarian at Marquetle High School, will present a book review. Plans for the late spring and summer will be discussed. The auxiliary's annual garden party and dinner will take place Sunday. .Tune 27. To Mark r.otdrn Wedding Anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arch ,!. Knrt- knmp of 1520 Worden Ave,, will keep open house Sunday, from 3 to 5 o'clock, in observance of their fiftieth or golden wedding anniversary. Relatives and friends are invited to call. Mr. and Mrs. Kortkamp, well-known residents, were married In Alton, Mrs. Kort- knmp is the former Miss Josephine Megmvrn. Kl Time* Club UiirMs nf Mr*, Hurt* El Dracs Club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. O. K. Bude of 3442 Meridosla St., and pinochle was played. After prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bdde, Mrs. John Bowers, Mrs. Alfred Caires nnd Mrs. Eugene Buckshot Jr., lunch was served. Mrs. Caires of 3023 Forest Ave., will be hostess to the club in two weeks. Who'd New Club At VWCA Monday Who's New Club will have a luncheon and card party Monday, 1 o'clock, at the Young Women's Christian Association. Mlw Mildred Hrou-n IfOKtCNA to Cllll) Members of (ho Thursday Evening Bridge Club resumed meetings last evening nfter n lenten adjournment nnd were enlertnlned by Miss L. Mildred Brown at her home, 1217 West Ninth St, Dessert was served, and later cards provided diversion. Mrs. F. E. Graham. Mrs. John W. Davey nnd Miss Alice C. Rlngemnnn were given prizes. Mrs. Pnul K. Shortal of Fall-mount will hnve the club as her guest the first Thursday In May. AAUW Meeting Mondny* Night Alton branch, American Association of University Women will meet nt 7:30 o'clock Monday night nt the homo of Dr. nnd Mrs. Hubert L. Allen, 426 Bclleviow Ave. The legislation committee will be Jn charge of tlie program, nnd members are requested to bring their March Journals to the meeting. Mrs. Joseph W. Chnse is chairman of the legislation committee. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. W. C. Thnyer, Mrs. Anton Jure/iz, Mrs. C. C. Killson, Mrs. If. Clnrk Foster, Miss Agnes Fisko. Mrs.. A. T. Sundheim, Mrs. Kenneth Humphrey, Mrs. William R. Wicks, Miss Mildred Rutlcdge nnd Miss Splmn Gruen. Tost Niiptlnl Slimcer At Onl/.pil Cliih Mrs. Alfred Dnvis, the former Miss Dolores Roberts, whose marringo took plnce Mnrch 27, was guest of honor nt a post nuptinl party Wednesday night Riven in the Onizcrl Club by Mrs. Kenneth Heath, Mrs, James Hnley and Mrs. Wayne Dnvis. Games were played by the 40 Riiesls. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature for Mrs. Dnvis wore arranged on n table centered by n houc|iic| of lilacs. Refreshments were served nl a Inte hour, Couple Murripil Tuesday in Denver The wedding of Miss Shirley Jean Huclspelh, daughter of Mil and Mrs. Leo Mudspclh, 24 South Fourth St., Wood River. and Airman Third Class Donald E. Bnker, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. linker, 24 Eckhard Avp., Wood River, look place at 1 o'clock TUPS. day afternoon. April 20, in the parsonage of the Assembly of God Church, Denver, Colo. The Rev. W. C. Kruse officiated at the double riiiR ceremony, and Mr. nnd Airs. Baker witnessed their son's wedding, ;m<l they returned to Wood Rjv- MR. AND MRS. PAUL CLARIDGE observed thc f if tint h anniversary of thoir marriage March 7 at their homo in Enumclaw, Wash. Mr. ClarirlKo is a former resident of Jersey County, and his wife is the former Miss Pearl Critos of Colorado. They were parents of nine Kit-Is and three hoys, one son dying in infancy. The hoys were in World War II. Mrs. Viola Johnson, Mrs. Rhoria Cooper and Mrs. Inez Collins of Alton are sisters of Pan) Claridge. cr Thursday. Airman nnrl Mrs. Baker were 1052 graduates of the East Alton-Wood River High School. Airman Bnker has been in the armed services since IMS). November, nnd he wns employed by Fliior Construction Co., before, thnt. time. Prior to resigning to complete plans for her marriage, the bride was employed in the office of Falstnlf Brewing Co., St. Louis. Knppn P.il Sub Debt I'lnn May I'nrty Knppn Psi Sun Debs met Thursday night at the home of Miss Mnry Connell, 1115 Diamond St. Plans were made for n covered dish dinner and party on May 6, nt. the home of Miss Jean Acker. Following the meeting refreshments were served. Personals Mr. nnd Mrs. James W. Stal- fings. who recently left for the west, have arrive*! in San Francisco, Calif., where they will make fheir home. Mr*. William Benson of Miami, Inn*., left thi* morning; for lyeavenworth. Kan., to vi«it her son-in-law and rtauRhtrr. Mr. and Mr.«. L^-on Hale, after a brief visit with the Mi*sp« Alice anrf Amelia Rinjfemann of 112(5 t/5Ran St. She was acrompanled by Mrs. Grace Lyons and daughter, Mrs. Richard Pratt, of Kokomo, Ind., who will visit relatives In Yafes Center, Kan., while Mrs. Renson (Rachel Blos- seyt is in r/'avonworfh. Leon Tfalc is stationed at Fort Leavenworth. Mrs. D. K. Weeden and Mrs. Char'es R. Davidson returned Thursday from Springfield where they attended the state convention of the Royal Neighbors of America. They were guests at the St. Nicholas f-lotel. Mr. and Mrs. William Wohlert of 2711 Maxey Ave., have given the name of William Douglas to a son, born Wednesday evening at St. Joseph's Hospital. The Churches Women's Association of Twelfth Streel Presbyterian Church will have their annual praise set-vine Sunday morning. Dr. George Jacqueline Bridges. Bijjani, a native of Lebanon, a graduate of a Presbyterian mission school nnd now on the staff of Monticello College will be the ZONTA CLUB MARKS FIFTH BIRTHDAY during a dinner meeting Thurs- babe weighing 8% 'pounds is day night at thc Youn g Women's Christian Asociation. Representatives from the couple's first child and'the mar) y area clubs attended the dinner. From the left, Mrs. Emmet P. Howard, Mrs. - Robert Muehleman, Mrs. A. W. McBride, and Dr. Dorothea Radusch, Minneapolis, Minn., guest speaker of the evening.—Staff photo. first grandrhlld of Mr. and Mrs. William Wohlert of 632 Spring St., Mrs. Clyde Hitch of Mechanic St., and D. K. Bridges of Sanford avenue. Mrs. Wohlert Jr., is the former Miss Births Mr. and Mrs. George R. Parish of 37 College Crest are parents of a daughter. The baby, weighing eight pounds and six ounces, was born at 10:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jacoby of 1107 Washington Ave., left. Wednesday morning for Fort ... _ ..._ Lauderdale, Fla., planning a Thursday in St. Joseph's Hos guest speaker. Mrs. Earle Reiley five weeks' vacation. They were pital. will preside, Mrs. Joseph Ash accompanied by Mrs. Jacohy's sister, Mrs. L. H. Ernst, who will visit her son-in-law Award Presented Zonia Club Observes Fifth Birthday at Dinner Thursday will read the scripture nnd offer prayer nnd six women will serve as ushers. Presentation of the organizations annual service project award to Trail Rangers highlighted the fifth annual birthday Mrs. Robert E. Muehleman read the Zonta Blessing. "International Viewpoint" wsi discussed by the speaker of (he Film To He Shown A I. Twin- Church Sunday of Al(on The Twing Memorial Bnpli.st A daughter, weighing six and pounds, 13 ounces, was born at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clark 1:09 p.m. Thursday in St. Jos- party of the Zonta Club of Alton evening, Dr. "'Dorothv'V" R*. Allen at Tallahassee. Fla. Allen oph s Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. and W ood River Thursday night dusch, first vice-presicfent, Zonta is on the faculty of- the Uni- George Skinner of 32«i Missouri. at lhc y ounK Women's Chris- International, Minneapolis, Minn vcrsily of Florida. Mrs, Allen "--- «--- -• ••- «• •• - - - - - • - - :' is the former Miss Bcrnice Ernst Mrs. William Schlief of Brigh , , ,. , , tian Association. Trail Rangers A daughter, born prematurely was sc , cctcd as tno c , ub . R major project for the past year, and a check for $300 was receiver! Thursday at 10:15 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital 1o Mr. and Itnlnhnw-ttaMoliiy Dancn Tonight Ruinhow and DcMolny mem- hers will present, their regular Friday night dunce tonight at Franklin Masonic Temple. The PcMolay hnnd will provide music' from 8:.'iO to 31;i.'lO. Announcements will be mnde of the candidates nominated for the DeMolay-Rainbow Sweet- henrt contest during the evening. Thc queen will be crowned during a dance May 15, nnd invitations to thc dance may he secured from Miss Kathlecfi Thompson, worthy associate advisor of Rainbow. Church members will have a fellowship supper at 6 o'clock Sunday night at the church, and at 7:30 o'clock a film, "The Rich Young Ruler," will be shown. The film will he shown instead of regular Sunday evening worship services. Anyone Interested is welcome to attend. Fifth St., the St. Louis. three pounds, five ounces. last is a resistant double duty. Use it over an iron -• "• "••»•.- - . • H mecK jor .jouu was receiver! ton entered McMillan Hospital, Mrs LOUW Bowman of 200 East b Co] and M F k N „ St. Louis, last Saturday for treat- Vlflh Cf lloc hn " n """""' *" ment of an car infection. She WHS formerly a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Club Debates On Age for Voters Argument in the affirmative >»» been moved to dcrson of Traj , R g baby clime, Kast evenj M Hondcrson Thc baby weighed Zon(jan The check was presented by Mrs. Joseph M. Schroedcr, and thc money will be added to a building fund. Col. Henderson accepted the check with a short talk of appreciation, stressing the Zontas' interest in Trail Rangers. Miss Nina Rintoul conducted Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rose of Cottage Hills, are announcing the birth of a son at 6:27 a.m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Roderick of 460 Whilelaw Ave.. Wood POVOr Of VOUr hGRt- <nh'i«"n-ni. in inu aildlliai.lVU «• -njvr ti i n Ltm iv «-*>»>.» n wwvi glass casserole do wo » the debate "That the Voting River, have chosen thc name of an initiatory ceremony."and Mrs" Age Should Be Lowered to 18"— Michele Lucille for a daughter, Joseph Landgraf Mrs Richard at the Wednesday evening meet- their first child born in SI, =__ .. c. , . ' Dr. Radusch. introduced by Mrs. A. W. McBride, told of her trav. els in Europe and of personal contacts with Zontians of many countries. Spring flowers, dogwood and lilacs predominating, were used in the decorative scheme, and the Zonta emblem appeared on the programs, designed by Miss Bernice Williamson. Dancing Class to OpenatYMCA Starting on Monday, April 26, at 8 o'clock the Young Men'» skillet; it's lighter in weight than •"••"- •••-«.«; i ««. 0 , <=»<=„„,£ ,,, ccl - ..,-... .,..•„. ,.,,.. u w ... ... ^,. t^. Hudson, Mrs. Ralph A. Gent •-- = ...~.. an iron cover and so easier to l nR of Speechmistress Club at Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis, Mrs Melvin Gent Mrs E L Cnrislia n Association will offer Messiah Lutheran Church. Thursday weighing seven pounds Kimmell and Miss Dorothy' Co- iwo .classes in social dancin* ....»,.(.., uu .,,t.,ciu ^nunu. j..v.,.i..oj. ™<:. b ,.,,, b .-».TI.I, |juu,.u° Kimmell and Miss Dorothy Co- , Arguments in favor were pre- and 13 ounces. Mrs. Roderick ] onius wero f orma ]j y rece i ve d to the People in the Alton area. mt Arl \\\t lV4»tp r* 1 nn»*MM TJ int..... le tVte tn*+ry-tnv IV/Tice T aili»o T «r/>MC . T^Hl^ Wl II I"IO f hft II) llnttor* Meet* Thursday Mrs. Jack Kubanks of 2461 Seminary St., wns hostess to the Hi Hatters Club Thursday night nnd prizes were presented to Mrs. William Roberts, Mrs. Morris Burmester, Mrs. Harold Calvcrt and Mrs. Mary Baker. After games, refreshments were served. On May fi the club will meet with Mrs. George Knuble, 3308 Sherman St. Hint. l>j-nn -Wallace, (jruftnn. Honored Mrs. Lynn Wallace was guest of honor at a party given by 18 neighbors and friends nt her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wallace will enter St. Luke's Hospital, SI. Louis, April 28, and will undergo surgery. Mrs. Wallace was presented n piece of luggage filled with gifts of n personal nature, cards, and n purse. Games were the diversion of the afternoon and those receiving prizes were Mrs. Everett Snyder, Mrs. Elizabeth Rueb- cl and Mrs. George Pnddock. At the conclusion of the afl- o r n o o n refreshments were served by Mrs. Lnwrencc Kur- tcn nnd Mrs. Laurel Slovens. Miws Shirley 1)1 How Married Saturday Miss Shirley Dillow nnd Tom Dale Kruse were married in n double ring ceremony Saturday morning, April 17, in Shaw- ncetown, III. The bride is the daughter of Mrs, Leland King of Glendale Gardens, Route 1, East Alton, and Thomas Dillow. 400 East Fourteenth St. Mr. Kruse is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruse of Homewood, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Kruse visited in Alton and vicinity the first part of the week and left Thurs- put on and take, off; it also allows you to see how your cook- •••&«•• n-.no ... iuv«i »-*cic fjic- ">..« -.« ^«.<\,v,... *...^,. .wu^i.^.^ jonius were ing is coming on. This trick is scntetl D V Mrs - George Rieken is the former Miss Laura Lyorjs, as mem bers. particularly handy when you are nnd Mrs - Ra y Harbaugh and thc daughter of Mrs. Edith Lyons Mrs Ju j ju ' s , Scnaeffer a past Booking dumplings. T,!!! 1 ^^, *!.T inc j^!, ed ^ rs> ° f 46 ° Whitclaw Avc ' president, conducted a candle~" "« m .» i-iuo^i.. _»j TV/.... /^i__ j. g j it j ns ( a |] at j on ceremonial, during which incoming officers, Mrs. Veneita Hasemeier, pres- day for northern Illinois. After the first of next week they will reside at 27 Mnckoldowney plnce, Chicago Heights. Mrs. Kruse nttended Alton High School, nnd is employed nt. Shiillze Drug Store, Chicago Heights. Mr. Kruse is employed by the city of Jtome- wood. ***' Mr*. Bessie Mather Hostess to Club Breeze In Club met Thursday nt. the home of Mrs. Bessie 'Mather, 2436 Alby St., nnd prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gladys Ware, Mrs. Mather, Mrs. William Baldridge, Mrs. Melvin Dillon nnd Mrs. Joseph Winters. Mrs. Winters wns a guest of the club. In two weeks the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ann Rodcrfeld, 725 East Fourth St. IMIss SIIHUII Gallagher In r Iimo Itccltal Miss Susan Gallagher, 6, daughter of Mrs. Kathleen Gal- InKhcr, 203 Picker St., Wood River, appeared in recital Thursday night at the Ludwig College of Music, St. Louis. Piano selection played by Miss Gallagher, a first grade student at Washington School, Kast Alton, wns "Dulcey Dances" by Hazel Cobb. The youngster is a student of Mrs. Margimrite Hilgeman. Homer Chandler and Mrs. Clarence Cola. Mrs. Edward D. Groshong. program chairman, presented Mr. and Mrs. Roy LeMay of 615 Brookside Ave., are parents of a daughter, Sandra Kny. The sary of a sister, Janet Sue. thc judges' decision. Evaluating the speakers were Mrs. Eu- p ' m ' ...,.,, j gene Eggimann, Mrs. Elmer Is- on thp Slxth birthday ann.ver- ringhaus, Mrs. Clinton Reste- meyw 1 , and Mrs. Earl Clifford, with Mrs. A. L. Kitzmiller as general evaluator and Mrs. Raymond Wcstover as timer. , ident: Mrs. Archa Trabue, vice- baby was born Thursday at 9:33 in Alton Memorial Hospital President; Miss Emma Sawyer, treasurer; Mrc. Edward Smith, recording secretary, and Mrs. Emmet P. Howard, correspond- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stamm ing secretary, were seated. of Rt. 1, Godfrey, have an- second in successful series of dancing classes offered under the instruction of Miss Marcella Krepel through arrangements with the Crystal Dance Studios of St. Louis. The first series of lessons was so successful that an additional eight week series has been arranged. Starting at 8 o'clock will b* a class in beginning ballroom and Latin American dancing. Mrs. Frank Stringer was mis- fl t g';^ a . m . ...... Off icers for thc past year were nounced the birth of their first Miss June Poole, president; Mrs. a "\' ^ al1 " American aancmg. child, a son. The baby was born Hasemeier, vice-president; Miss Tnis wi " bc followed at 9 o'clock »' today in Alton Dorothy F. Burns, treasurer; ^ tlie advanced class. Fea- mia. naim OLIIII K L-I- was mis- fl t g : j7 a . m . today in Alton Dorothy F. Burns, treasurer; "' me aavancea c Ja s.s. jfea- trcss of ceremonies and Mrs. Memorial Hospital, weighing five Mrs. Fred Taylor, recording sec- tured wil1 be tne fox trot, waltz, Laurence Westcott presented the pounds, 12 ounces. rotary, and Mrs. Howard, cor- nimb a. tango, mombo, and many table topic. A guest at the meet- responding secretary. other of the popular dance steps. table topic. A guest at the meeting was Mrs. Chris Vcltjes. Trainmen's Auxiliary Initiates Candidates Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Pershing Lodge, 648, initiated a class of candidates Thursday night, and Dawn Lodge, 908, of Edwardsville was in charge. Mrs. Gussie Johnson, fifth vice grand president, Indianapolis, Ind., assisted with the initiatory work. New members are Mrs. Carl A. Kiefer, Mrs. Vcrnor D. Elliott, Mrs. Arthur A. Waggoner, Mrs. Hortcnse Garber, Mrs. Keith Oetttlc, Mrs. James L, Walker, Mrs. Grace Hutchins, Mrs. Charles L. Davis and Mrs. William T. Sherman. Congregational Spring Rally at Alton Church The spring rally of the Pilgrim Fellowship groups of the Springfield Association of Congregational Christian Churches will be held at the Church of the Redeemer, Congregational, Sunday aft- ercnoon and evening. The speaker for the afternoon session will be Dr. George Bi.ijani, Monticello College. Dr. Bijjani will speak on "A Scientist Looks at Christianity." Supper will be served at 6 o'clock and the rally will " close with a worship service at 7 o'clock. responding secretary. One hundred twenty-five guests, including representatives of Exchange, Rotary (Alton and'Wood River), Optimist, Kiwanis, Lions, Alton Business and Professional Women's, Soroptimist, Senior a( lne YMCA. and Junior Wood River Women's, St. Louis Zonla. St. Louis County Zonta and Belleville Zonia clubs, were in attendance. popular dance steps. The eight weeks' series will b« closed with a dance for students and their friends. For further information, persons interested are asked to call Lee Durham Mis* Mawdsley Speaker Miss Eleanor Mawdsley, ex- .n v.iuu.1, wcic in nuciiimni-t:. ccutive secretary of Associated Miss Poole extended a welcome, Charities & Visiting Nurse Serv- and read "birthday greetings" j c e, was a special speaker at ° lubS , t0 be 1he Thursday luncheon at the led in X««"« Women>s Ch - tia " ^sso- group singing, and Miss Mary , c ' at f"' Heur s " bject was " W « Ann Brickey favored with vocal Work Together. _ selections. Miss Gertrude Horn U. S. steel making capacity played during group singing, and has been increased since 1946 by Mrs. George H. Shanahan was more than enough to produce 32 accompanist for Miss Brickey. million more tons a year. The Cromagnon race of pre' ' • " *itv; ^riuijicaf^iiwii iav,c \Ji \n *. 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