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PAGfE HSf ALtON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 26* 1954 recital at Junior Cluh, lj>n C. Miller Mtisir Studios, St. Louis, Sunday. Taking part were Miss Jean Humphrey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Kermeth F.. .Humphrey, Gail O'Neill, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. O'Neill. Mark Mittlemnn. son of Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Mittlrman. and Carol ,Io Wallers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wallers. •ir> of tHf rental American Life Insiiranro Co., St. Louis. MRS. HARRY PAUL MATERNE'JR. (Martin SchwM* Photo) First Presbyterian Church • was the setting of a pretty wedding at 4:30 o'clock Saturday when Miss Martha Ann Me- Burney, only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James E. McBurney, 414 Prospect St., became the bride of Harry Paul Mat erne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paul Materne, 803J Daytona drive, Clayton, Mo. The Rev. Edgar J. Vance, the officiating clergyman, used the single ring ceremony, and Miss McBurney was given in marriage by her father. Masses of woodwardia concealed the choir railing, and three large urns filled with pink tulips and snapdragons decorated the sanctuary which was illuminated with pink tapers in candelabra. Large satin bows, centered with tulips, marked the family pews. * : While the guests were assembling Mrs. Albert L.' Marth played, a program of organ music, and during the wedding, selections by Nevin and MacDowell. Mrs. Mnrlh played "Jrhe Bridal Chorus" from '•Xohengrin" by Wagner as the bMde entered the church, and the Mendelssohn March for the recessional. Miss McBurney, escorted by her father, was preceded down the aisle by her maid of honor, Miss Barbara Schneider of San Krancisco, Calif., and bridesmaids, Miss Shirley Davis of Kansas City, Mo, and Miss Carolyn Quayle of St. Louis. She was joined at the sanctuary entrance by her fiance, and the couple advanced to the altar where the Rev. Vance awaited a,hd the marriage was solemnized. Mr. Materne was his son's best man, and Tom K. Brown of Clayton and^Waltcr A. Beckers of St. Louis were groomsmen. James E. McBurney Jr., brother of the bride, and W. E. Dick of Alton, John E. MeU, St. Louis County, and William Rippley, St. Louis, seated the guests. Miss McBurney wove a floor length bridal gown of while Chantilly lace and tulle, accented by a satin empire waisl- , line and long tight sleeves tapering to points at the wrist. Her veil of illusion was secured by a cap of imported Chantilly lace banded in pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of slephanotis and lilies of the valley. The bride's attendants wore ballerina length frocks of aqua silk organza, and headbands of braided aqua tulle studded with seed pearls. The young women carried blue cornflowers and bountiful roses. Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. McBurney received relatives and friends at Hotel Stratford, honoring their daughter and Mr. Materne. Members of the receiving line stood before a background of woodwardia and three arrangements of pink snapdragons, in a bay window near the entrance of the Riviera Room. Later in the evening Mr, and Mrs. Materne, who will reside at 626 Forest Court, Clayton, left on a southern trip. For traveling the bride selected a beige two piece suit, white flowered hat, accessories of carmel leather, and a while orchid. The refreshment table at the hotel was laid with pink tulle over satin and was garlanded with smilax. Antique silver cupid compote topped by a cut glass bowl filled with snapdragons, lilacs and pink roses centered the table, and was flanked by silver candelabra and epergneltes containing pink and white blossoms. Pink tulle and satin also covered the cake and punch tables. White flowers were placed near the wedding cake, and the punch was in a large silver bowl, TVlr. Materne. graduate of Westminster College, Fulton. Mo., is employed in the sales division of Presstite Engineering Co., St. Louis. He is a member of Sjgma Chi, 3 social fjt»ternity. •Mrs. Materne, graduate of tb> University of Missouri, Columbia, wa« president of Alpha C*u Omeg» Sworiiy and vie*. president of the university's Young Women's Christian Association. She is assistant buyer of lamps, pictures and mirrors at a St. Louis department store. Among guests at the wedding and reception were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Jay Green, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. T. n. Bruener, and sons, Frederick and Michael, Aberdeen, Wash.; Ola J. Thomas, Kcwnnec, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Omer Avcry, Troy, Mo.; Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Cosh and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welch, Toledo, O.; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Budd, Mr, and Mrs. George N, Siclers and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Al- clrldge, Huntlnglon, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Johnson, Marion, 111.; John Flexon, Toledo, O,; Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kahl, Strcator, 111.; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Andreson, Minneapolis, Minn,; Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Anger, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McBurney, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Deirkc, Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Castles, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Hudson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius T. Rombauer, Mr. and Mrs. Waller C. Hactissler, Miss Jane Haeussle'r, Harry II. Hacusslcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed- wurd A. Mneussler, Mr. anrl Mrs. R. L. Ilowell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert llaffarknmp Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haffer- knmp HI, Mrs, Hcleno Jones Alphonse Kunz, Norvell Kunz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Loy, Mrs. A. K. Lorlz, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Mann, Mrs. P. S. Anderson, Mr. nnd Mrs, Walter A. Beckers, A. B. Beckers, Mr. and Mrs, Roland C. Baer, Ro- Innd C. Baer Jr., Mnrthn L. Baer, Dr. and Mrs. Clyde K. Boyle, Mr. nnd Mrs. John L. Bodine, Mirs. Helen Bollard, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bliss, Dr. nnd Mrs, W. Sidney Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry E. Bradley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ford M. Cook, Dr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Clipner, Mrs. Jean K. Drosten, Mrs. Marjoric Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C, Funsch, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Matthews, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crawford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Oswnld, Dr, nnd Mrs. George Manting, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gregory McKoe, Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Rogers, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Marquis, Miss Anna K. Nichols, Miss Louise Marshall. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. W. Neusilx, Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Powers, Miss 'Agnrs Maglnnis, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Price, Miss Eleanor Price, Dr. nnd Mrs. 11. C. Pollock, Miss Judy Janet Pollock, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Pape, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Pape, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. John Repky, Mrs. Will K. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill Kombauer. Mrs. R. C. Rombaucr, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Summers, Mrs. Lee Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Schleieher, Mr. and Mrs. Don Scott, Mr. an/1 Mrs. Wylie Todd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Irl Talbot, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pearcc H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Witter, nnd Mrs, Sophie Wheeler, St. Louis. Mihs Jane Henry • Honored lit Party A parly in honor of l\Hss Jane V. Henry, director of home economics and lunch service, Alton public schools, was given Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Troy Karrer, 91i6 Pearl St.. by worn- en employed in the cafeteria of Roosevelt School. Guests wore Mrs. Marie Humphrey, Mrs. W. M. Halter and Mrs. Ray Jewell of Otterville, Mis. Helen Baker, Mrs. Richard Alexander, Mrs. Mary Karrer and daughters, Barbara and Kuthy, and Mrs. Julia Leady. Following dinner Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Halter were awarded prizes in games. Miss Henry was presented with gifts for use on her trip to lun ope fur \\hich . s hc w j|| depart from Alton May 10, and sail from New Vork City, May 12. Women employed in the cafeteria also presented her with a gift. J-ocal I'iMiiSu In St. Ix>uU Itecltal Four pupils ol Miss Daphne CUlespie appeared i« a piano MISS miNOATK Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Una Jlungnte, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Pohlmnn, 338 Goulding Ave., KaM Alton, nnd Paul Hungnle of Menton,' 111., to Sterling Zimmerman. The couple plan -to wed in (Jctober. ' Mr. Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. /Jlmrncrman of Godfrey, is In the United Stales Navy, stationed at San Diego. Calif. He will depart. May 2 for the west following n leave. Mr. Zimmerman entered the Navy more than three yearn ago, nnd prior to that time was employed by SchulU Box Co., Godfrey, The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Alton High School in 1947. Miss Hungalo, employed In Iho legal department of Olin Industries, was graduated from Alton High School with Iho Class of 1050. Kemieflt KII.HB, Mis* Until KlNtner Married Kenneth W. Ross qf Wood River, son of Mr, and Mrs. Merle Ross of White Hall, nnd Miss Ruth Kistner of Wood River, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kislner, North Kansas City, Mo. were married In a double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon Jn the First Evangelical United Brethren Church, Wood River. The Rev. Victor W. Gross officiated. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kislner were in Wood River for the wedding, nnd Mr. Kislner gave his daughter in marriage. Palms were banked behind Hie altar nnd a basket filled with white gladioli and snapdragons was flanked by white tapers in candelabra. The bride's sole attendant was her cousin, Mrs. Richard C. Fundel, nnd Mr. Fundel WHS best man. Minor Hat-rod and Robert Gatrell were ushers. As guests were gathering <o witness the ceremony Mrs. Robert Gntrell, sister of the bride, organist, played selections including "Oh Promise Me," "Because" and "Through the Years.' 1 For the processional Mrs. Gatrell played "The Bridal Chorus" from the opera "Lohengrin" by Wagner, nnd for the recessional, The Mendelssohn March. The bride's gown wns of while queen's laee over a satin foundation designed with a long sleeved fitted bodice, a mandarin collar and three quarter length sleeves. The full ballerina length skirt was gocrcd. Her shoulder length veil of illusion was attached to. n small lace cap outlined with seed pearls. For jewelry the bri<ie wore a single strand of pearls and matching earrings. She carried n purple orchid arranged with slephanotis on n white Bible. Mrs. Fundel's ballerina length- dress of aqua nylon tulle over taffeta had a strap- loss bodice and a full skirt. A taffcla cumberbund formed i\ bustle in the back, and a short jacket topped the dress. On her hair was a braided bandeau of malchiiig material' trimmed with tulle and see-.) pearls and she carried a colonial bouquet ol red roses. A reception immediately lol- lowed the ceremony in the social rooms of the church, and later Sunday the bride anil bridegroom d e p a r t e d on a southern wedding trip. As her (raveling costume thc bride selected a skipper blue suit, inivy accessories and n pink topper. Mr, and Mrs. Ross will reside in the Ferguson apartments in Wood River. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Pauline Kin in, aunt of the bridegroom from Wood River, with whom he has resided the past several years, and Mrs. William C. Hamilton, who served refreshments, Mrs , Paul Helm, who presided at the; gift table, and Miss Dorothy Kistner, who was in charge of the guest btx)l;. Mr. Ross was graduated froin White Hall High School, and served in Italy with the U. S. Air Force during World War II. He is employed in the'ao' counting department of the St. lx>uis office of Illinois Terminal Railroad. Mrs. Ross was graduated: from the Kast Alton-Wood Riv;-~ er Community High School, a&4 f sirred Mr. and Mrs. R. D. I/rnons of Carrollton have is«ti'>d invitation* to the werlrling r>f their daughter. Betty t/m to .Tame* T. Phelan. The wedding will be Saliird.-iy. May 8 nf 2 o'flork in St. John's Catholic Church. Oirrolllon. A reception following thf wedding will be hrld at the home of the bride's parent". W>rMlnc FY'ftrty Jflghf Af (irronflrlfl Mi^«; Kathleen McDonald, rlancli' 1 '''' of Mrs. Cleo McDonald 'if NVirtnal, 'and Kd- wnrd Marshall, son of Mr. arid Mrs. John Marshall, of Greenfield. were married at 8 o'rlock Friday niclit at the Greenfield Methodist Church. The "-ancillary was decorated with hritrht colored tulips and lilacs interspersed with white flowers. The Rev. George Mayo, pastor of the church perform*'! the double ring eeremony and Mrs. James Martin was organist. Miss Bonnie Neul/man nnd f iale VVnltrlp server! as the couple's attendants. The bride wore a navy sheer over taffeta frock, bnllerlna length, nnd a band of flowers around her hair. She carried pink rosebuds. Mrs. Mnrshnll is a graduate of Normal University High School and Is employed by an insurance company in Bloom- InRlon. Mr. Marshall Is a graduate of the Greenfield Community High School and Is a student at Illinois Slate Normal University. The couple who were at the Marshall home in Greenfield during the weekend, will reside In Normal. Personal* MR. AND MRS. WILLIS J. STILLWELL are pic- 1 tired at the reception which followed their marriage Saturday afternoon in Zion Presbyterian Church, Foster-burg. The Rev. Marvyn Schultz officiated. Mrs, Stillvvcll is the former Miss Helen Theresa Duncan.— Shift photo. Gursts over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Hes^e. 3004 Brtle St., were Mrs. Anton Mortenson. Mr. and Mrs. Dwiflht Morten son and Glenn Mortenson of Sterling, and Roy Johnson of Rookfnrd. Glenn Mortenson and Mr. Johnson are Members of the University of Illinois band and played in Sunday's concert. Mrs. Anton Mortenson is the mother of Mrs. Hesse and Dwighf and Glenn Mortenson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Rand Jr.. Santa Fe, N. M.. were among guests attending the wedding of Miss Mary Frances Rand and Donald Stephen Wohltman Saturday afternoon in St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. Louis, and the reception afterwards at Mr. Rand's home, 50 Overhills Dr., Ladue, Mo. Mrs. Ray Moore and daughters. Mary nnd Ann, left today for their home In Columbus. N. M., fitter a ten day visit with Mrs. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cousley, of Prospect St. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Langacker, Mr. and Mrs. George Comstoek and William Pawley attended a meeting of Southern Illinois Odd Fellows Association at West Frankforf Saturday. . . _ . , ,. ., . . Arthur Wimncnny of Chicago were married Saturday afternoon in the rectory of left for his home Sunday after- St. Ambrose Church. The Rev. Andrew Robinson officiated. Mrs. Penning was, before her marriage, Miss Mary Teresa Beiser.—Staff photo. MR. AND MRS. RODGER WILLIAM PENNING Announcements of Births noon after visiting his brother- in-law nnd sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller of 1410 Central Ave. Mrs. Miller is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. Don Sehcilcr and his guest Miss Gloria Wolff attended the annual Law Day dinner-dance ,it the Chase Club in St. Louis. The evening was highlighted by a speech by Sen. Paul Douglas Mrs. Edward Laird, John Nolan Head Apollos Shrine Bonk Itevlew Tor Urftiilliir. Auxiliary Mother Ursula Diebolrl, OSU., librarian nt Mnrquettc High School, reviewed "Invitation To Grace" by Avery Dulles, son of John Foster Dulles, before the Ursuline Auxiliary at the Ursuline Convent Sunday. Mother Ursula's review followed a business session, with Mrs. J. 12. McLnughlln presiding. Refreshments were served by the Ursuline Nuns. Mta* Betty (irlffln (iiiest of Honor Miss Relty Rose Griffin, who, on June 12 will bn married 1o Leo K. Glnssmcycr Jr., wns guest of honor at a pre-miplinl parly Friday night given by Mrs. Paul Routon nnd Mirs. Erwin Snyders at the home of Mrs. Routon, 445' East Third St. Twenty-four guests were presented to the. geust of honor. The house wns decorated in the bridal motif, nnd a bridal-party cake centered the refreshment table. Woman's Cluh At Mr». Souvey's Tuesday Mrs. Walter Willis and Mrs. Clare Petlengill will entertain members of the Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday, at. the home of Mr. (ind Mrs. F. R. Seavey, fl28 Main SI, Annual business session will take place. Dinner Meeting For Ilimliiess (ilrls The Business Girls Club o( Mrs. Edward Laird was seat- Mrs. P. J. Zimmcrschied, bfln- ed as worthy high priestess, ner bearer; Mrs. Martha Lan- Deborah Lynn is the nnme se- weighing eight pounds and six °f Illinois. Mr. Seheiter is a Apollos Shrine, White Shrine of diss and Mrs. Ida Nickcll, es- lec.led by Mr. and Mrs. Carl ounces. Mr. Eyman is stationed freshman in the Evening Divi- Jerusalem, Saturday night dur- corls to banner bearer; George Hatcher of 933 Tremont Ave., for in St. Louis with the U. S. Army sion of Law School. ing an impressive ceremonial Ferguson, flag bearer; Mrs'. their first daughter nnd second Engineers. Mrs. Hazel Kohring of Scars held at the Masonic Temple on Ruby Ladd and Mrs. Edith Ful- child horn at 2:55 a.m. Satufday . - Roebuck and Co.. nnd Mrs. Doris state St. ton, escorts to flag bearer; Mrs. in Alton Memorial Hospital. A son, eight pound and one Gill of St. Louis left Saturday by Their son, Carl Eugene Jr. is ounce, wns horn Sunday at 5:45 plane for Washington. D. C. 16 months. »• m. in St.. Joseph's Hospital to They will return Wednesday. During the ceremony John Everett J. Watson, soloist; and Nolan was installed as watch- Louis Wilson stercopticon. man of snc p herds for Apollos Queen's attendants :-Claudine Mr - "'""' Mrs - Arthur Erickson Among guests from out of shrino. The ceremonial was hold Coley, Myrtle Karrick, Lavena A first child, a daughter. OR 517 St., Louis, Ave., Edwards- (own attending the wedding of jn , h(? , odf , e na| , whirh was Farmcr rhelma Jo Tickner weighing six pounds, wns born ville. Kenneth W. Ross and Miss Ruth docorated wilh spri ng flowers. Leora Mashburn. Susie Ohley' Kistner which took place at 2 Bark nd of 1hc cast was in Ksfc ,, e steckcr, Lillian Dodson o'clock Sunday afternoon in the ba Et at 5:13 a.m. Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and _ Born at 9:45 n. m. Sunday ococ unay aernoon n e whi(e and , di and candelabra Ethel Morris Thelma Walker Mrs. W. Harold Dunnagan of m SI Joseph s Hospital to Mr. First Evangelical United Brelh- and )a ii sman roscs were used in and king's guards - Everette Route 1, Alton. «nd Mrs. Thomas Leeds of.,3751 ren Church; Wood River, were the decoratlve scheme . Watson, captain, William Doerr. Born «t ,ST^. Sunday in ^"^ ^., w M . »„. paund M, an,, M^ W .^Helm, M, , , Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. - ]>. and Mr*. M. W. Moore of ^hy high pnestcss. Leo ™J SU ^;^ and Mrs. Robert Albrccht of 520 Announces the birth at 7:29 Springfield, 111; Mr. and Mrs. S 00 "" . relI "" B T , chmatn ° f Dodsor ^ R^nh R chev InH Bender Ave., Rosewood Heights, »• m. today, in St. Joseph's Hos- RPober t R.' Gatrell. Elgin; and Shepherds. Mr.s. Arthur Laux, JJ* £J Ralph Richoy and was n son, soven pounds and 13 P»nl of a daughter, weighing Mr . and Mrs. Chester Fundel of '" vl ^ n K hernld ' «"«» Mrs. John ivionier b . "' Fenstcrman, mviling organ- Anpoin live officers ounces, nnd which they have seven pounds are, Mr. and Mrs. HJllview "' *'«wterman. inviting organ- appointive otiieers installed named'Joseph Samuel. The el- Charles Krspamer of. 615 Hills- COLUMBIA. Mo _ Miss Kay «st, wore receiving officers. Jim were Worthy Herald. Mrs. der children are Bobby 6, and boro Ave., Edwardsville. McCarty , was among tho 50 ^n and John JZarnp ^vere Gej^e^.jyohirord^ First Wise Sandra 3. .. _. . singers appearing in the Chris- ushers, and Miss Norma Nolan Man, William Coley; Second nelh Britlon of Forrest. Homes, pound and _ ^ _ Thc infant was bom at 10:18 a.m. 6:1/l »• m - todav in st - Joseph's Dollg | as st., Alton, «-«. i . • * i, n * .•._!»•» • Tfrtcnilnt _ ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pilgrim Zr^iTcBe'^horai" Club's"an- and Mlss Judy Thom P son ' Order wisc Man, Everett Karrick; Kenneth Lee Jr. is thc third °f 3481 E. Broadway have an- nua] conce rt yesterday Miss Me- of Rainbow. Assembly 8, were Third Wise Man, John V. Wag- child born to Mr. and Mrs, Ken- nounred the birth of a seven Car , , thc daughter of Mr. candle-lighters. Roner; King, Louis Mohler Jr.; ounce daughter, at nnri M ' F 15 McCartv 1200 After they were seated Mrs. ' Queen, Mrs. John Camp; First and Mrs. L. B. Mccarty, uuu ^ ^ Hawky sang to (hc incom . Hand Maid. Mrs. John Nolan; ing officers. Second Hand Maid, Mrs. Ralph inzton Ave Is a patient at S Installing officers were Mrs. nichey; Third Hapd Maid. Mrs. Anttonv*infirrnary George Ellsnerman. worthy high Louis Wilson; Worthy Organist, Anthonys Intamary. priestess; Louis Wilson watch- Mrs. F. T. Hawk; Worthy o'clock'. man of shepherds; Mrs. R. S. Guardian, Mrs. Arnold Will and During the afternoon session Attcrberry, herald; Mrs. Lester Worthy Guard, Edward Laird. music will be furnished by the H. Parker, chaplain; Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Laird received an arm Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospi- Hospital, tal, weighed six pounds and 10 ounces. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garnelt' Bowman of 1200 W. 9th St. are the birth at 6:44 a.m Alton Memorial Hospital of a seven pound and three ounce Baptist Women to ""* Convene Tuesday Greenville High School Boy's ]j arn Ladendorff scribe; Mrs. bouquet from her family, and Forty-fourth annual spring Glee Club. The Rev. C. K. Hart- F. T. Hawk, organist, and Mrs. the presentation was made by daughter. The couple have three rally of the National Council of man, area director, will present j or , n Reynolds, guardian, and her daughter, Frances, and other children who are Gnrnett American Baptist Women, Al- institutions, and Miss Emilie escorts wore Louis Mohler, E. grandnephew, Michael Noonan. Riley 3, Gisela Faustina 2, and Ion association, will be held Ballard, a nurse from Burma, Wilson, Otto Heap, Lester H. Mrs. Nolan pinned a boutonniere Nila Jean 1. ' Tuesday at the First Baptist will give a missionary address. Parker, Jesse Ferree and Ralph on Mr. Nolan. • - Church, Greenville. Theme of Mrs. John Stephens of Alton, Rjchcy. Mrs. Hooper presented a past Cheryl Lynn has been chosen the day will be "Sing unto the will direct installation of offi- M,- S . H. M. Wuest enfold, Bible officer's jewel to her husband, by Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Me- Lorrl a now song-all the earth", cers, and the closing address hearer, was escorted by Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Laux presented Alee of 31! College Crest as the The meeting will open at 9 will be by Mrs. E. J. D'Ahoy, Donald Temple and Mrs. H. M. a past officer's pin to Mrs. name of their first child nnd o'clock (DST), and the business Springfield, first vice president R USSO . Soloists were Mrs. Hawk Niekcll. daughter, born at 10:20 a.m. meet ing will be called to order of NCABW. . and Mrs. Reynolds. Louis Mohler was chairman of Sunday in Alton Memorial Hos- at 9:30 with reports from officers Women taking part in the pro- George Ferguson was Flag the committee on arrangements. pltal. The baby weighed soven nnd standing committees and gram will include Mrs. A. H. bearer, and Lester H. Parker Reception in the dining room, pounds and three ounces nnd is an election of officers. Gieske, Mrs. E. C. Sandin, Mrs. pa j d tribute to the Flag. Fcrgu- decorated with spring flowers, n granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Following the report of associ- A. W. Judd, Wood River, Mrs. son ' s esco rts were Mrs. Ruby followed the ceremonial, and the Young Women's Christian Wilbert Schneider and Mrs. Bea- ntional officers thc morning will Harland Lebeguo, Mrs. Wilbur Ladd and Mrs . y.; d j t h Fulton. Mrs. Laird's nieces. Billy Association will meet Tuesday, trice McAlee, all of Alton, Mrs. bo brought to a close by bone- Genre, Mrs. Otto Luginbuhl, Elective officers seated in Weigler and Betty Hollings- McAlPe is the former Miss Joyce diet on by the Rev. E. C. Sandin. Mrs. Harry Verges and Mrs. C. add iti 0 n to Mr. Nolan and Mrs. worth, served. nnd dinner will be served fit li:15 o'clock. Reservations will he received until 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Mrs. Mary Peters will preside at the business meeting, anil the Y. W. C. A. Junior Ballet Dancers will present n program. Rulnlioxv Meeting At Luncheon will be served at 12 A, Close. Schneider. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Vanzo of 512 Uillsboro St., Edwardsville are parents of n seven pound and 11 ounce son born at 7:50-a. m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Oliva. Fourteenth annual garden pil- Mrs. Harold W. Baer, 6343 Alex- 15 S. Main St., Wood River, are Rrimago, sponsored by the St. ander; Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. announcing the birth of a dnugh- Louis _ Wellesley Club and at- j ac k son , 7 Wydown terrace, and Welledey Club Garden Tour In St. Louis Set for May 17 Laird were Mrs. Otto Heap, Mrs. Laird announced that a noble prophetess; Otto Heap, as- slated meeting of the Shrine snciate, watchman of shepherds; would take place Wednesday Mrs. Ida B. Wilson, worthy night, at the State Street: scribe; Mrs. Arthur Laux, Temple, and charter members worthy treasurer; Mrs, John will be honored. Waggoner, worthy chaplain; woHhy Rujdc officers, honorary an- this evening, 7:30 o'clock, at Franklin Masonic Temple. IMarrleil Couple Cluss Meeting Married Couples Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church will meet in the parish house Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock The Misses Agnes Fiske and Irene Wilson will show pictures taken by them while tour- inu Kuropc in the summer ol 1953. /flu XI Meeting Al Mineral Springs Xela Xi chapter of Beta Si>;inn Phi Sorority will meet Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, at Mineral Springs Hotel. Delia Kappa (iiuiima Meeting In Stuiintun Alpha Tail Chapter. Delta Kappu Gamma, of the Staunton District, has invited Alpha Kta chapter to a tea nt the Metho- „. . Elsie matrons »/[_,. mrs. ol nonoi . June A daughter, their first child, throe weeks the Alton area Clayton; Dr. and Mrs. Samuel was horn to Cpl. and Mrs. liar- home and garden tour under D. Soule, 1152 Center drive, and Ash, vcv Phillips. 35 N. Main St.. auspices of the Young Women's Mr. and. Mrs. Edward S. Elder. Keyser. Betty Meyeis, maids of Wood River, nt 8:27 p. m. Snt- Christian Association, the later 3 Berkshire, both^n Richmond ™ nor ' *;. rs ' J ° hn Ca ™ P ' *"'r ] in-day in Wood River Township pilgrimage should give Alton Height*: Mrs. Jack Handelman, Mrs. William Camp, «°wer gii , Hospital. She weighed seven garden lover* an opportunity to 5 Graybridge drive, St. Louis Mrs. Ann Ilowell, madonna, pounds and 14 • ounces and has enjoy more advanced seasonal County, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- been given the nnme of Eliza- flowers, shrubs and trees. In the Ham H. Bies, 26 Dromara lane, belli Alvina. Cpl. Phillips is in event of rain, the tour will be Ladue. military service at Fort Lewis, postponed until Thursday, May t\Hon women from whom Wash., and is not expected home 20. tickets may be purchased in hyterian Church Tuesday after- untll after the first of May. Mrs. Proceeds from the sale of advance include Mrs. Robert R. noon a t i : 30. The Naomi Circle Phillips is the former Miss Elizn- tickets, which will admit guests Anschuetz, Mrs, Paul H. Button, js jn c i iarge O f the program, beth Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. to 10 St. Louis County gardens, Mrs. Dudley F, Giberson, Miss Mrs Ne u ie La gernan w j|l re- and Mrs. William Smith of the will go to thc club's scholarship Mary Pfeiffenberger,- and Miss view the m j ss j onary book "With- stime address. fund which each year provides Eunice C. Smith. Mrs. William in These Borders" by Scotford one $1,000 scholarship to a girl Delicate is representing the club The memberg of the Ruth circle Churches The Women's Association will meet at the Twelfth Street Pros- Pvt. nnd Mrs, John Browning j n (he St. Louis-Alton area. in Edwardsville. Tickets also of 672 Fifth St., are announcing ' Nj nP u f ||, e gardens will be may be secured at the garden the birth of a daughter. Satur- O p 0n [ rom jo c . m% to 7 p.m. The entrances the day of the lour, day in St. Joseph's Hospital. The , entri , (hat of Mr. and Mrs. Sid- Miss Pfeiffenberger will be infant born at 10:40 n. m. weigh- ney Salomon Jr., on Spoede among the Wellesley Club mem- ed six pounds and 12 ounces. roadi Creve Coeur, Mo., svill be bers serving as hostesses in the Pvt. Browning is stationed at opened at 2:30 p.m. with a gardens. Pan-is Island, S, C., with the fashion show. Members of the U. S. Marines. Wellesley Club will model summer attire from a St. Louis are hostesses. A seven pound and three (list Church In Staunton at 3 "~'™ '~""^, ""o . "7" department store. Refreshments o'clock- Sutoi-Huv MHV s Ainhu ounces son, was born Saturday .,, , . , ,, », ocioih Mimina}, ma) ». Aipna • wl be served following the Eta members planning to at- " l 3 - w P- m - '" St - Josephs . tend HI-P HsljpH tn mnU-B ii>«»r Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John . ., , . «2» Jiti^iu. *ty M: ri - ttv - f ™ w »-*« ^ Among the gardens to Jones by Friday, April 30. Crotty of 914 Willard St. The father is with the United States Army stationed in Chicago. of Pi Franklin K. Walton, 25 Clermont lane, Ladue, Mo. Dr, Walton is A third child and son was born the so » of Mrs..J. E- Wftlton, Sunday at l'.':04 a. in. in St. 2603 Washington avenue. Margi'erite Camp. No. 500, Joseph's Hosnital to Mr. and Others to be shown are those Royal Neighbors of America, Mrs. Robert Haley of 712 South °f Mr - « nd Mrs - Joseph K. will meet Tuesday night. Offi- St. lx>uis Ave., Kast Alton. The Floret, 6337 Alexander drive; cers will hold a practice for a child weighed six pounds and program to be given in connec- two ounces. The elder two sons (ion with the county convention are Bobby 2 and Paul 1. to be held May 19 at Edwards- • ville. , Annuoneement has been made .P — by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eyman of Alton Circle. 37, National Circle Dr., Kdwardsville, of the Daughters of Isabella, will have birth Saturday at 10:22 p. m. . . - " «••"—• ~ — •$ »«»*~*-**v*, i>i>« ua>v uitin octiuruay HI jy »« 1 U employed in the group #*• a sodal meeting Tuesday night, in St. Joseph's Hospital, of' ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA TONITE i 8:15 P. M. WEST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Learn a Profitable Profession BEAUTY CULTURE Tr»lnln| P»riod HliNii Scbtil if •iiuty Cultun 40J HENKY ST. - Dial 3-641) SO Mean of Successfully Graduating Students FAST- DEPENDABLE SHOCK TODAY They'll see you looking much lovelier than you looked yesterday t EFFICIENT t GUARANTEED Also • JEWELRY REPAIRING We Give Eggle Stomps 81* Belle St. ~ Dial More than astonibhing. Jt.'» astounding! 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