Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1954 · Page 8
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 195* Society... MtSS HARMON. Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage of Mis* Ruby Harmon and Tim Vanausdoll Is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Narup of Grafton. uncle and aunt of the prospective bride. Miss Harmon is the daughter of Mrs. ftuth Harmon, 1600 Bozifl, St., and Mr. Vanaus- dolt is the son of Otis Vanaus- doll. The young people attended Grafton schools. Mr. Vanaus- dolt served three years in the Army in Korea and Germany. An early summer wedding is being planned. Mist M»|tulre Speak* In Granite City Miss Mary J. Maguire of 101 East Twelfth St., was guest speaker Monday night at a meeting of the auxiliary of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City. Miss Maguire told of her European travels, and showed pictures which she took while abroad. Mrs. Andrew Carey, * former Alton resident, presented the speaker. Miss Maguire was accompanied to Granite City by the Misses Mayme Gradl, Alice Ringemann and Amelia Hinge- ma'nn. Birthday Party Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Norbert Kuhn, 334 Bluff St., entertained with a. party Saturday afternoon honoring her son, John Michael, on the occasion of his sixth birthday. Sixteen guests were present ana those receiving prizes nt gprnes were Danny Ostendorph, David Strickland, Julia Gar- rfcls, Jay Barrett, Charlotte Baxter and Paul Hull. : Refreshments were served from a table decorated with \talt Disney figures. Mrs. Kuhn was assisted in serving refreshments by her mother, Mrs. J. Clifford Krug, and Mrs. Tom Herzog Jr. Birthday Party for Susan Smith 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. ^mith of 2929 Forest drive gave a party Saturday, honoring their daughter, Susan Kay, oji the occasion of her tenth bjirthday. Guests included children in the neighborhood of the Synlth home and fourth grade classmates of Susan Kay, a pu- p'jl at St. Matthew's School. TIhe guests were entertained in the recreation room, decorated \yith flowers from the Smith garden. Games were played, and Mrs. Smith was assisted in serving refreshments by Miss Patricia Moriarity and Mrs. Maud Sinniger. , Birthday gifts were showered on Susan Kay, and Diane Wickenhauser, Jean Ella Hicks, Pamela- Orivello, Stormy Bar- tbn, Karen Sinniger, Carol Brooks, Joyce Lamken, Jean Swniney, Beverly Hefley and Hannah Hood received prizes. Miss Munsterman Feted at Luncheon ^Miss Jane Ann Munsterman of Jerseyville, who has been honored at a series of prenuptial events, was honored at a bridge luncheon Saturday at the home of Mrs. Carl Thatcher in Barr place, Jerseyville. Hostesses were Mrs. Thatcher, Mrs. Wilber F. Hacker, Mrs. John S. Thatcher and Mrs, Thomas W. Kirby. Miss Munsterman, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Munsterman of Jerseyville, will become the bride of Lt. Robert Shepard Corrjell of the U. S. Air Force, stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, O., on June 12. Pink carnations furnished the floral note for the party and the table appointments repeated the color. Bridge and canasta were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Howard Manning, Mrs. Frank C. Woodrow, Mrs. Peter Lane, Mrs. John Flautt, Mrs. Warren Pirtie and Miss Pauline Laurent. Following the games the bride- elect was presented a gift of china by the guests. Those from from out-of-town were Mrs. Peter Lane and daughter. Miss Coleen Lane, Mrs, John Heard and Miss Rita Miller of St. Louis; and Mrs. Ronald Bowen of Webster Groves, Mol itorlw Bev. v*rssry us pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Granite City. The tea was held in the social rooms of the chtirch. and the Rev. and Mrs. Lynn were assisted In receiving more than 500 guests by their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lynn, of Alton. Hlro'ii Sfcw t/nnrheon Meeting Monday Who's New Club had a lunch- win and card party Monday at the Young Women's Christian Association. Present in addition to members were Mrs. Harold Clark and Mrs. C. H. McKinney. Mrs. Edgar Lehen, Mrs. John Brockway. Mrs. Joseph Hoskins, Mr*. Allan Fox and Mr?. Glenn Gifford were awarded prizes. MISS LOUK. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lotik of 2121 Norslde drive, announce the engagement of their only daughter, Jacqueline Ann, to Russell W. Thicle, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thicle, 9515 Berwick drive, St. Louis, Miss Louk attended Washington University, where she was a member of Zola Tau Alpha Sorority, and is completing nurses' training at St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis. Mr. Thiele is graduating this spring from the college of olv'l engineering, Washington University. MycrS'iTohnfton Wedding In Bunker Hill Ray Myers, son of Mrs. Hazel Myers, and Lcona Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kchr of Bunker Hill, were married at 7 o'clock Saturday evening at the parsonage of the Zion Lutheran Church, Bunker Hill. The Rev. Hans Bruss, pastor of the church, officiated, using the double ring ceremony, The couple's attendants were Miss Shirley Kehr, sister of the bride, and Mario Pomatto of Wilsonville. The bride wore a light blue dress, navy accessories and her corsage was of white carnations. Miss Kchr appeared in a nnvy blue dross, mulching accessories and her corsage was of pink carnations. After the ceremony relatives of the couple were entertained at a reception at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centered with a flower-encircled tier cnke and bouquets of spring flowers. Afler the reception Mr, nnd Mrs, Myers departed on n trip to Now Orleans nnri Florida. They will reside in Rosewood Heights. Mr. and Mm. Hull Mark flSUi Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Edward Hair of Godfrey were guests of honor at a reception held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Stttlp, 1731 Clawson St. The occasion marked the sixty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hall who formerly resided in Upper Alton at the corner of Clawson and Bosfwick streets. Many guests called to greet the couple, and the Stalp home . was decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. R. E. Simpson and Mrs. George Smith presided at a prettily decorated tea table. The couple, who were married in Alton, arc life-Ions; members of the First Methodist Church, and tor the past 30 years Mr. Hull has been Sunday school librarian. Although they have to come by taxi, the couple attend Sunday school and church regularly. They have a great-grandson, Karl Terrenro Doterding, a senior at Alton High School, who was among the guests at the reception Sunday. Dinner for IOOF ' Bowling League Carlin Rebekah Lodge, 248, will serve a turkey dinner Saturday, May 1, 6:30 o'clock, for members of the IOOF Bowling League, their families and friends as well as other Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. Reservations will be received until Wednesday by Mrs. Lee Frazier and Mrs. George Cornstock. MtSS ftflAY. Mr. and Mrs. Stove Bray of Rosedale Township, formerly of Jrrspyville. are announcing the encasement of their daughter. Miss .Toetta Irene Bray, and Bruce Bailey, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. I/well Bailey of Grafton. Mis* Bray t* a junior at the Jersey Community HiRh School in .lof«py\ illr. Mr. Rnilrv nitrnrtr-rt fbr hich school in r.mfton and i* cm- ployed «1 Alton Bn\ TVwrd Co. Mr». frinlli* Klunt floors* h» Dinner Mr«. Pauline Warn. 317 Whitelaw AVP,. Wood River, entertained with a buffet dinner at 6 o'clock Sunday rve- ning in honor of Mr. 1 and Mrs. Kenneth W. Ross, whose mar- risRe took place at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the First Evangelical United Brethren Church, Wood River. Among the 36 attending the dinner wore Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard C. Fundcl, who served ns the couple's attendants nt the wedding, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adrian Kistner, North Kansas City, Mo., parents of the bride, the former Miss Ruth Kislner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Merle Ross of While Hall, parents of the. bridegroom, nnd relatives nnd close friends of the couple. Assisting Mrs. Elani in serving were Mrs. Lucy B, Luken, Mrs. William Helm and Mrs. W. W. Moore. ffcv. PT, A- fialph Lynn of Granite City, and Mrs. Lynn fueit* of ,fopw at a tea <fet reception facing in ebjofv&ncft of the Lynn'* •iottMBth tanl. Beta Gamma Meeting Tonight Beta Gamma Upsilon, Lambda Alpha Xi, junior chapter, will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight et Mineral Springs Hotel. Card Party Tbuntday h'iglit at St. Matthew's Mothers Club of St. Matthew's School will give a card party at the school hall at 7:30 Thunday evening. people; Mrs. Ear! BueheJ* of Bo»Ier, 111.. »nrt Mrs. Dike. Several of fhe Rev. Buehele'* relatives from Bowler attended. The couple will reside in Pennsylvania after fhelr msr- riaw and the groom will attend Drew University. He is currently rtmrfiirtlnjr evangelistic service* at the church, and the mating* will continue each night this week at 7:30 p.m. Wedding Saturday Miss Dixie Lee Hacunn nnd Julio—.Gene Margherio were married at SI. Barbara's Church, Balehlown, Saturday morning at. 8 o'clock. The Rev. J. Tolken officiated nt tlie double ring ceremony and read nuptial mass. Miss Micky Hacgan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, nnd Miss Julie Ann Menke was bridesmaid. Miss Donna Pellegrini, cousin of the.groom, was junior bridesmaid, nnd ,lo- lenc Kae Florlnl nnd Mary Margaret Eschbnck were flower girls. ; Larry Menatcllo nnd Robert Menke were the brlde- groom'fl .attendants, and Donald Florlnl, cousin of Mr. Mnrgherio, wns rlng-benrer. Miss Hacgan wore n ballerina style gown of white satin mid Chnntilly Jnce. Satin covered buttons were on the bodice and the filled sleeves. A scalloped lace tiara trimmed with seed pearls held the bride's finger-tip length veil of illusion. Her only jewelry was a rhinestono cross, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried while roses. The maid of honor appeared In n nilc preen ballerina gown of net over satin. She had a matching headpiece nnd carried n bouquet of yellow rnr- nations. The bridesmaid wore a fuchsia frock, nnd carried pink carnations. The junior Wides- maid's gown was melon colored lace over sntin, nnd her flowers wore blue carnations. Breakfast was served to the bridal parly and members of the immediate families in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hnegan of Bad-blown. I.ator Saturday a reception was held at a dining room in Bcthnlto. Miss Irene Jean Ginnnini was in charge of (lie guest book and the gifts at the reception. Mrs. Louis Bedar, Mrs. Louis Pellegrini. Mrs. Dave Giannini and Mrs. Geno Florin! assisted in servini; refreshments. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Clarence Lihbra of He- thallo. and George Margherio of Cottage Hills. St. Jmwiili'N Auxiliary Quarterly Meeting Quarterly meeting of St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary will be hold in the nurses' lounge nt 1:!!0 o'clock Friday, April 30. Mrs. George Sleeker, wife of Dr. Sleeker. SI. Louis, will ' speak. Mrs. Sleeker, who will he accompanied to Alton by Mrs, D, L. Twedell, wife of Dr. Twedell. St. Louis, is head of a committee in charge of a gift shop at St. John's Hospital, St. I/Hlis. Mis* C'lara Dlko Guest of Honor Miss Clara Margaret Dike, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Dike and the late Louis Dike /-of Wanda, whose marriage to'thc Rev. E. Scott Buehele, student pastor of the Wanda Methodist Church, will take place May 2.'), was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday evening at the home of Miss Ruby Roseberry and Mrs. Nellie Ryan on the Old Edwardsville road near Wanda. - :_•. (James were played . .and prizes awarded. Refreshment's were served by Mrs. Jiyan and Miss Roseherry, assisted by the mother* erf the two young Miss Alvina Eden, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Eden of Pralrietown, and Melvin Henschen. Now Douglas. were marrird at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in St. Prtor's Lutheran Church, Praf- rietown. The Rev. William Stellwagen officiated, and the couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Henschen, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Edmund Eden und Henry Schocnbcrg sealed the guests. The bride wore n white gown of antin lace and tulle, and a shoulder length veil. She carried pink nnd white carnations. Mrs. Henschen wore a yellow frock and carried yellow nnd white flowers and had a head- ploco of similnr blossoms. Miss Mary Grace Henke, or- gnnist. played a prelude, and accompanied Miss Judith Klein who sang "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "The Lord's Prayer." At 5 o'clock n reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's father. The couple will reside on n farm near New Douglas. Onltlrn Wedding Itacrptlon At Kortknmp Home Mr. and Mrs. Arch J. Kortkamp of 1520 Worrlen Avo., received more than 150 relatives and frienrls Sunday in observance of their fiftieth wedding anniversary. The house was decorated throughout in spring blossoms. Mrs. Kortknmp's sisters, Mrs. Herbert. Whltlloman, Mrs. Edgar Rayborn and Mrs. Con- B-nd O'Donnell, and Mrs. Downin Nevins and Mrs. Thomas Henesey assisted in receiving the guests, nnd Mrs. Charles Rnyborn and Mrs. John Paul Hurley of St. Louis, nieces of. Mrs. Kortkamp, were in charge of the guest book. Yellow snapdragons w c IT e used in the decorative scheme of the anniversary cake table. Miss Dorothy Maxfield cut the cake, which was served by Mrs. Marian Hall nnd Mrs. William Rogers, nieces of Mrs. Korlkamap. Mr, Kortknmp's nieces, Mrs, Alon/o Rosonbcr- gcr nnd Mrs. John Drcschcr served punch. Sorority Hold Hamburger Fry Members of Alpha Psi chapter, Epsllon Sigma Alpha So- B'ority, enjoyed n hamburger fry Monday night at. the home of Miss Emma Bean in Godfrey. Following the meal, games were enjoyed. Next Monday evening the group will meet at 7 o'clock at the Ro.xwna theater. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD HALL of Godfrey were guests of honor at an open house Sunday afternoon on the occasion of their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary. The party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Stalp, 1631 Clawson Avo., and many relatives and Jricnds called to greet the couple.— Staff photo. Personal Notes ThomitR Honored Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Prager who reside north of Fosterburg, entertained at their home Sun- clay afternoon with n party in honor of their son, Thomas, on his fourth birthday. The guests, mostly Sunday school classmates, presented Rifts to the guest of honor. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon, nnd the party was brought to a close by the serving of refreshments. Prizes were received by Roger Cramer, David and Dennis Brueggemann, Judy nnd Co Ann Kruse, and nn attendance prize WHS also presented to David Brueggcmann. Miss Dorothy Prager. slsler, and Miss Sophia Prager, aunt of the guest of honor, assisted Mrs. Pragor in serving refreshments. Guesls in addition to those receiving prizes were Robert and Donald Yules, Gaye Gvillo, Robert Sibley, Karen Kamn- or, Larry and Jimmy Strohbeck, James Schullz, Mrs. Rose Prager, Tommy's grandmother, and Mrs. Clyde Ynles, Mrs. Clyde Brueggcmann, Mrs. Marvyn Schultz, Mrs. Leo Strohbeck, Mrs. Melvin Cramer, Mrs. Walter Gvillo and Mrs, Henry Kruse. Ilcrzog-Goltz Invitations Issued Mr. and Mrs. Elza Kenneth Goltz. 2109 Lawton St.. have issued invitations to the wedding of their daughter, Beverly Suzanne, and Carl Herzog, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Herzog of Runiona place, Godfrey. The wedding will take place at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, May 16, in the Godfrey Congregational Church. A reception will follow the nuptials at the Young Women's Christian Association. Churches The Rev. Roland E. Tucnbull, minister, will speak on "Washed In the Blood" during mid-week service at First Baptist Church at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday eve- ntng. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Grace Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in the chwch, annex. Mr. and Mrs. James Goldman and daughter have returned to their home in Godfrey after spending the winter in Florida. Dr. Thomas ,J. Kelly is in Chicago attending a meeting of the medical advisory committee of the American Petroleum Institute and the 39th annual meeting of the Industrial Medical Association. Urbnnn-Champaign.--For outstanding work in University of Illinois activities, Carol Schacfer, 2818 Brown St., has been nnrned to Torch, nn activity nnd scholastic honor society. Mr. nnd Mrs, Andrew Menzle nnd three children of Slreator, 111., spent the week-end with Mrs. Menzie's pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Helmick, 1852 Evergreen Ave. Mr. Helmick returned home Monday from Alton Memorial Hospital whore ho was a patient. Mrs. W. F. MacDonald of Forest Hills, N. Y., is visiting her brother-in-law nnd sister, Mr. and MJTR. J. A. Eilonberger, 1247 West Ninth St. She will leave for Ihe enst May 7. and before returning home will visit with her niece, Mrs. L. II. Welch, and family, in Konmorc, N, Y. John C. Prltzlaff Jr., has re. turned to Milwaukee, Wis., after a visit: with Mrs. Pritzlaff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. • Olin of Fair-mount. Mr. Pritzlaff was in St. Louis Saturday for the wedding of Gilbert, Rlggs Cox and Miss Susan Slrickler Nicknmp? and was best man for Mr. Cox. Urbana-Champaign.—For the nnnual spring musical nt the University of Illinois, April 30 nnd May 1, Kay Stobbs, Rt. 2, Alton, is costumes chairman. Vivienne Rose, 3640 Aberdeen Ave., Alton, is a member of the costume committee. Mrs. Thomas .T. Kelly has returned to her home in Wood River from New Orleans nnd Gulfport, Miss., where she visited her daughter, Barbara, n sludcnt at Gulf Park College. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Prullage and daughter, Mrs. Richard W. Mathews, will return this evening from Evansville, Ind., where they were called Sunday by the death of Mrs. Prullage's mother, Mrs. Catherine Kunkler. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Rnban of Belleville nre parents of a daughter. Rhonda Lynne, their first child, born in SI. Elizabeth's Hospital, Belleville. April 21. The babe weighed 7 pounds five ounces. Mrs. Raban is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Taylor of Belleville, 'former residents of Western Ave., and was before her marriage Miss Vaunda Taylor. Rhonda Lynne's maternal great grandmother is Mrs. George Crawford of East Alton. Mrs. Arnold Langenegger and daughter, Mary Beth, of Chicago arc spending a week with Mrs. Langcneggcr's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Roglis, 1120 MePherson St. Mrs, Edward L. Joehl, Mrs. Vincent Eggemnnn, Mrs. William Wilkinson, Mrs. Raymond L, Galloway, Mrs. Joseph Winkler, Mrs. Anna Schulz and Mrs. Maurice Scully Sr., attended a meeting of Alton Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, in Marine, 111., Monday. Among guests attending a reception in observance of Mr. and Mrs. Arch J. Kortkamp's golden wedding Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H. Irwin Davis and Mrs. Elsie Randolph, Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Maxfield, Farina. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuethe, daughter, Fir- netta, and sons, Valmore and Wayne, Gillespie; Mrs*. J. J. Purccll and Miss May Megowen, Madison, III., and Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Hurley Jr., of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Budd, Mr. and Mrs. George N. Siders and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Aldridge have departed for their homes in Huntington. W. Va., after attending the wedding of Harry Paul Materne- Jr., and Miss Martha Ann McBurney which took place Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Budd were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Wright of 112.9 Warren Ct., Mr. and Mrs. Siders of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal, 2909 Brown St. .and Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge of Mrs. Margaret Morfoot Beall of 707 Slate St., during their stay in Alton. Pie. Gene Bosasv left from Lambert Field Monday night by plant for Chwry Point, N. C., afler spending a leave with his mother, Mrs. Velma Bosaw, 914 Washington Ave. Pfc. Bosaw came to Alton from San Diego, Calif., where he has been stationed the past eight and a half months with the U, S. Marines in boot camp and in radio-telegraph school. During his leave, Pfc. Bosaw and his mother visited three days with relatives in Broughton and New Haven, including Mrs. Bosaw's mother, Mrs. Grace Bonncr of Broughton. Mrs. Robert S. MacDuff, Mrs. W. C. Thaycr, and Mrs. Glenn O. DeAtley Sr., have returned from Chicago where they attended the P. E. O. Sisterhood convention at Edgcwater Beach Hotel, April 22-24. Mrs. MacDuff attended as a delegate from GG chapter; Mrs. Thayer was IL chapter delegate; and Mrs. DeAtley as alternate from FC chapter. Mrs. Ead Davidson, 685 Fifth St., East Alton, is a patient in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where she underwent major surgery Saturday. Mr. Davidson today reported his wife's condition as satisfactory. The couple have two children. Mrs. MacDuff AAUW President Officers for 1954-56 Named Monday Night Alton branch, American Association of University Women elected officers for 1954-56 during a meeting Monday night at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Allen, 426 Belleview Ave. Mrs. Robert S. MacDuff was elected president; Mrs. William R. Wicks, vice president; Mrs. William G. Grandfield, recording secretary; Airs. A. P. Ferrucci, corresponding secre- larl; and Miss Grace Reed, treasurer. v New officers will be installed during the May 24 meeting and dinner at Principia College. Mrs. Kline B. Grigsby presided at. last night's meeting during which an invitation was extended to members to attend an international relations meeting May 13-14 at Principia College. Mrs. Grigsby announced that she plans to attend a meeting in Springfield May 14-15 during which Gov. William G. Stratton will present a citation to the AAUW state division on work done by the group on a radio and television survey by the youth guidance committee. Members of the legislation committee were in charge of the program and were introduced by Mrs. MacDuff, program coordinator. Mrs, W. C. Thaycr gave an introductory message, and n skit was presented by Mrs. H. Clark Foster, Mrs. Kenneth Humphrey and Mrs. Allen, concerning the reapportionment of congressional districts in Illinois. Those taking part on the program are members of the legislation committee. The skit was written by Mrs. William C. Mungcr, Following the skit, Mrs. Grigsby reported on the Regional Conference held April 23-24 at the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Grigsby told that out of the states of the Northeast Central Region Illinois has the largest membership, with more than 7,800 women in Illinois belonging to the American Association of University Women. Refreshments were served after the program with Mrs. Grigsby presiding at the punch bowl. The table was centered with an arrangement of tulips, lilacs and dogwood flanked by tapers in crystal holders. Hostesses were Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Anton Jureziz, Mrs. C. C. Ellison, Mrs. H. Clark Foster, Miss Agnes Fiske, Mrs. A. T. Sundheim, Mrs. Kenneth Humphrey, Mrs. William R. Wicks, Miss Mildred Rutledge and Miss Selma Gruen. MODELS FOR FASHION GARDEN SHOW — On the annual garden tour sponsored by the YWCA, guests will have an see a style show presented al fresco by these local women. Clothes will be from Lytton's, and the models are, from left, Mrs. William Bergfeld Jr., Mrs. Norl Hamilton, Mrs. Sidney M. Drake, Mrs. Kenneth Kelly, Miss Helen Rousseau, Mrs. Dale Wickenhauser, Mrs. Floyd Blaske, Mrs. John Voracek, Mrs. Elvis Lamm and Mrs. George Bassford. Staff picture taken in the tulip patch at the B. E. Bassett home, in Fairmount. Carol Picrson Elected FHA Section Officer Miss Carol Piorson, ninth grade student at West Junior High School and president, of West Junior Chapter of Future Homemakers of America, was elected vice-president at n Section 4 FHA rally held at Cahokia Saturday. Miss Picrson was elected one of three delegates from Section 4 to attend a regional meeting at East Lansing, Mich., June 22 to 25. The delegates were selected from 700 girls. Fashion Show Highlight of YWCA House-Garden Tour Births Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Gaylord of Godfrey are parents of a daughter, Janet Ruth, their fifth child. The baby was born nt 12:45 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing eight, pounds, seven ounces. Gaylord is owner and manager of Hotel Stratford. Their fourth child and daughter was born at 12:43 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Fritz of Rt. 1, Godfrey. The baby sveighs eight pounds, 13 ounces. Their other daughters are Mary, 6, Helen, 5, and Henrietta, 2. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr, and Mrs. James L. Seib of Grafton. The baby was born at 7:45 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing seven pounds, five ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bauser of 3630 Coronado drive, are parents of a son, born at 5:39 a.m. today in SI. Joseph's Hospital. The baby weighs nine pounds. Bauser is produce manager of the A&P store on Piasa street. The name of Anne Marie has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmitt of 3419 Milton drive, for their first child. The baby, weighing seven pounds and seven ounces, was born at 4:08 a.m. Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital 1 . Mrs. Schmitt, the former Miss Mclba Jane Lee, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lee of 709 Milton road. The baby is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Florence Schmitt of 904 College Ave., paternal grandmother of Anne Marie, has two other grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Billy G. Murray, 508 Logan St., Bethalto, are announcing the birth of a daughter, their first child, at 3:55 a.m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. She has been named Claudia Ann. 1 A son, weighing five pounds and nine ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maxey H. Buttry, 321 Goulding Ave., East Alton, at 5:34 a.m. Monday in Wood River Township Hospital. The couple has three other children, two girls and a boy. Eleven Alton women will model 33 changes in costume, from evening cottons to streamlined bathing suits, at the summer fashion show which will be a special attraction of the Young Women's Christian Association house and garden tour to be held Wednesday, April 28. The garden, vivid with tulips, of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bassett in Fairmount will be the setting for the fashion show, which will be held at 1 p.m. and again at 3 p.m. Favorable weather and sunny skies of an early spring arc expected to bring out an unprecedented number of visitors to the 10 gardens and homes in the tour open for inspection from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Proceeds from the tour will benefit the YWCA World Fellowship Fund. Purpose of this fund is to expand and maintain international representation of the YWCA personnel and programs throughout the world, according to Mrs. Earl Gaylord, chairman of the world fellowship committee. YWCA members who will serve as models in the style show are: Mrs. E, P. Waterhouse, Mrs. William B. Bergfeld Jr., Miss Helen Rousseau, Mrs. Sidney M. Drake, Mrs. Floyd H: Blaske, Mrs. John A. Voracek, Mrs. George D. Bassford, Mrs. Dale A. Wickenhauser; Mrs. E, H. Lamm, Mrs. Kenneth F. Kelly, and Mrs. Norl A. Hamilton. Co-chairmen who arranged for the style show are Mrs. H. M. Williams and Mrs. Ken Carstens. ' Clothes lo be modeled are from Lylton's new summer line of fashions including those for the smartly dressed older woman, a two-piece Dior blue, suit; young matron, a two-piece ensemble of while rayon linen dress with a canteloupe duster; and an evening cotton, made-of pale pink cotton lace, with an Empire waistline and triple tier skirt banded in horsehair. Many separator will be shown, among them a four-piece outfit, including a blue halter top, raspberry shorts, and pink skirt and jacket. Matching ensembles will include a red and white polka dot swim suit and beach robe with matching beach bag on a pogo stick to thrust conveniently in the sand. Mrs. Robert E. Spaulding, manager of Lytton's women's department, will be fashion commentator. N Tickets in booklet form listing houses and gardens, with addresses and a map, are available at the YWCA, or may b« obtained from hostesses at the various homes and gardens on the tour. Mrs. George C. Hirje is ticket chairman. The following women have been named to serve as garden hostesses by Mrs. Ben C. Vine, hostess chairman: Mrs. Edward P. Foeller, Mrs. Robert C. Jadwin, and Mrs. Kenneth A. Burge at La Vista; Mrs. Henry Me- Adams, Mrs. Dudley F. Giberson and Mrs. M. Ryrie Milnor ab the William M. Walter garden, North Alton; Mrs. H. D, Dale, Mrs. Clyde C. Campbell, and Mrs. Carl G. Hershey at the Bassett garden; Mrs. John B. Harris, Mrs. Ross Armbruster, and Mrs. John Dippel at the A. A. Stolze garden, Fairmount; and Mrs. Donald S, Bottom, Mrs. Glover E. Edwards, and Mrs. Philo Kane at Ihe R. H. Levis garden, Fairmount. Home hostesses are Mrs. James H. Hull, Mrs. William H. Middleton, and Mrs. Robert H. Howscr^at the W. H. Dcpper- man home, Middletown; Mrs. C. W. Emons and Mrs. Robert B. Maucker at the Carl T. Crumrine home, Rosewood Heights; Mrs. Marvin W.' Wilson, Mrs. Walter W. Johler, and Mrs. E. Frank Hutchinson at the C. H. Decker home, Rosewood Heights; the Misses Clare and Ann Messick, at the Harry E. Deucker home, Rosewood Heights; nnd Mrs. James M. Delaney, Mrs. Rolla H. Hord, and Mrs. W. Irving Jolley at the E. V. Giehl home on the Edwardsville road. .Mrs. Paul A. . Schmidt and Mrs. C. H. Decker .made arrangements and gardens included on the tour. On duty in the information booth at the YWCA which will be maintained all day Wednesday will be Mrs. Don Miller and Mrs. Elmer L. Wunderlich. In case of inclement weather, the, tour will be postponed until the following day, Thursday, April 29. » When you've finished broiling, be sure to wipe out the Inside of the broiling ca>npartment of your range to remove any spatterings of fat. Dessert for Sunday dinner: balls of chocolate ice cream rolled in chopped nuts and garnished with » spoonful of whip. ped cream and • cherry, Fish fillets may be cut into serving-size pieces and baked with a medium cream sauce poured over them. Sprinkle with paprika or minced parsley before serving. FLOWERS for Mother's Day DELIVERED WORLD mom IF you use Sheets... you need Laundry Service Note yom emu fft that* kmrj-lm^lo pi*c»t /«r/M*l< You need no longer struggle with heavy, hard«to«do sheets, tablecloths, pillow- slips and shirts. We will • wash and iron those shirts and flat pieces for just a few cents each. Saves time. Protects your health . . . makes washday less difficult. Hundreds of women are using this practical approach to washday. Why don't you? OTHER HELPFUL SERVICES let Us Do Your • Shofl Rugs • Spreads • Drapes • Slip Covers • Blankets •IMIII "OUR 1 IN»y CUSA8IN0 wUI HUbt jour clothe, f TIMES FHII PICK-UP AND DEUVCRY SIMVICC 109 CAST IIOAOWAY DIAL 34177

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