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ALTON EVEmNG TELEGRAPH Miss Lorene A. Hermnnn, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hermann, French Village, Mo., became the bride of Robert A. Prullage Saturday morning, April 24, 9 o'clock, In Our Lady ol Lourdes Church, St. Louis. The bridegroom Is n son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Pi-ullage, 1230 State St. The Rev. John P. Holland officiated at the double ring ceremony. LeRoy Seize was at the organ. Miss Jeanne Prullage, a sister of Mr. Fruitage, was mnld of honor, and Miss Alene Trotter was bridesmaid. Bernard Hermann was best man, Don Metzger, grooms.' man, Maurice Estes and Elmer I Cohen, ushers. White blossoms were on the candle-lighted altar, and while ribbon arranged with greenery : marked the pews In the main aisle. Miss Herman's bridal gown ' was designed with a Jong '. sleeved lace bodice and a gnth- i cred skirt of satin. The bod- ; ice had a net yoke, and the | skirt, extending in a long train, ; was fashioned with a front lace panel. Matching lace trimmed • the train. The bride's finger tip veil was held in place with a narrow lace band encrusted with pearls. Miss Herman carried a white prayer book on which rested a white orchid, showered with white satin ribbon. The attendants wore ice blue silk organza frocks fashioned with scoop necklines, pleated sleeves, and full floor length skirts. The frocks were complemented with violet sashes. Picture hats corresponding their frocks in color and material were worn by the young women, who carried colonial bouquets of white carnations centered with violets nnd arranged with violet ribbons in which carnations wore caught. After breakfast nt Conrad's ; Cupboard Mr. Prullnge and bride left for a motor trip to Florida. The couple will re- Bide at No. 3 Burndell Acres, Godfrey. For traveling the bride selected a navy suit, shoes and bag, and a pale pink hat and gloves. Mr*. Seavey Re-Elected • Club President Upper Alton Woman's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Scavry. 928 Main St. Mrs. Walter W. Willis'and Mrs. Clare Pettengill, hostesses, served refreshments during a social hour. Officers for 3953-1954 were reelected, and delegates made reports on the spring meeting of the Twenty-second District, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Seavey is president; Mrs. R. Frank Hollis, vicepresident: Mrs. C. R. Walters, recording secretary; Mrs. W. L. Fabianlc, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. W. C. Buchanan, treasurer. Mrs. Seavey, Mrs. Hollis, Mrs. W. N. Cassella and Miss Nancy Lowry compose the executive committee. Mrs. David Andrew Weaver and Mrs. Gordon Haxel will entertain the club at the home of Mrs. Weaver, 3021 I^everett Ave., May 25, and a program in observance of music week will be given. Miss Luis Glttlon \Veda In Dayton, O. Announcement is being made of the wedding of Ned Rauer and Miss Lois Gittlen which took place Sunday morning, April 11, 11:30 o'clock, in the chapel of Temple Israel, Dayton, O., with Cantor Herman Russ officiating. Miss Gittlen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WiU Ham Gittlen, 631 Langdon St., was given in marriage by her father. Miss Phyllis Gittlen, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Ginny Israel, daughter of Mr, and Mn, Harry Israel Jr., of Dayton, was flower girl. Herbert KappelmAn of New York, wai test man (or the MRS. ROBERT A. PRULLAGE (Photo by Jiilm Plrrlowl bridegroom, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Bauer of Brooklyn, N. Y. Breakfast was served at the Van ,Cleve Hotel, Dnylon, and afterwards thn bridal roupla left for Miami, Fin. Mr. Bauer and bride will reside in Columbus, O., whore the former is associated with Chadbourue Sales Corp. They graduated in June, 3953, from Ohio State University, Columbus. MISS) UOSACK. Mr. 'and Mrs. Keith Oettle of 807 West Pelrrmr Ave,, nre announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gray Lee Rosnck, to Oliver Ward McAfoos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McAfoos, 2930 Fernwood Ave. Miss Rosnck wns graduated from Alton High School in 1953, and is employed in the bookkeeping department of First. National Bank & Trust Co. in Allon. Mr. McAfoos, who was pnul- uated in 1952 from Allon High School, is employed by Standard Oil Co. Mrs. OlHtot To Committee Mrs. Howard F. Otstot of 3008 Burton Ave., entertained wilh a buffet dinner Tuesday, and had ns guosis members of the public affairs committee of Alton Business and Professional Women's Club. Parly appointments were in 1ho violet theme, and favors marked the guests places. Flowers in small vases centered the tables. Following dinner I he committee, of which Mrs. Otsol is chairman, held n business session. The committer, which was holding its hist meeting of thn season, presented Mrs. Otstot with a gift in appreciation of her leadership. r wathing i**"*Li machine) § «Sr$youttill NEED LAUNDRY \V SERVICE Now! W» will do your hard- to-do fthe«U. tablecloth*, pillow- slip* and thlrta for Jiwt a ft* wot* each: • Save* you valuable Ume • Protect* your health (no more heavy work) • Iff economical Other llclplul service, ~. Let us do jour Shag Rugs, Spreads, Prupes, Slip Covers, Blanket!,. OVK "TRUClfIN" DRY CLEANING Will Make Vour Tlof 6 TIMES CLEANER Free i'ick-tp and Delivery WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2S> 1954 MISS PAlWfcl.L. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Pursell of Jersoyvillc am informally announcing the engagement and flpfinwrhing marriage of their daughlrr. Miss Marilyn Piirsell. to Robert. L. Montgomery of SI. I/>ui«. The rmiplr plrtn to wed Snn- dny evening. 7 o'clock, nt (lie First Presbyterian Church in Jorseyville. Miss Parsoll is Ihe youngi-r daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Par- soil. She is n B/v»nddmighler of tho lute Mr. unrl Mrs. James S. Parsell, early resident of Jersey Counly, and of the bile Murray R. Voorheos, former m/iyor of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Voorhees. A graduate of tho Jersey Township High School, Miss Pnrsr.ll attended Gem City Business College, Cjulnoy, and holds n secretarial position with Hollander A Co., St. Louis. Mr. Montgomery is in the employ of the ftaltlmlre & Ohio Railroad, St. Louis. Mis* Mae Dnyln Wed* At Wllllnimport, Ind. The weddtng of Miss Mao Louise Doyle, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Doyle of Medorn, nnd Thomas Felix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Felix of Attica, Ind., took place Sunday, 3 o'clock, at. Ihe Wll- llamspoirt (Ind.) Christian Church. The Rev. Doouglns Dickey performed the double ring ceremony. The qhurch was decorated in pnlms, ferns and candelabra with white tapers. Mrs. Hilda Stephens sang "I Love You Truly," "Because," and "Tho Wedding Prayer." Miss Shirley Frye wns accompanist, nnd played the wedding marches. Tho bride, who wns given In marriage by her father, wore n gown of white chnnlilly lace over bridal snlln, fashioned with a tight fitted bodice, long sleeves ending in points over the hand. The lace skirt tapered from the pointed bodice in front to semi-train in bnck. Her finger-lip veil of nylon tulle wns held in plnce with headpiece of sntin nnd Inco, trimmed in seed pearls, nnd she carried n bouquet of white gardenias and lilies, of the valley. • The matron of honor, Mrs. Delbert Cross, n sister of the bride, wore n dress of lime green net over taffeta, with ballerina length skirt. She wore a headpiece of net and flowers, and carried shaded green carnations. The maid of honor, Miss Shirley Felix, sister of the bridegroom, wore n dress of yellow, nnd carried shaded yellow carnations. .Candy Brenner, flower girl, wore a shell pink taffeta floor length dress, with fitted bodice and a three-tier skirt. Her flowers were held at HIP waist by a pink velvet cord. She wore a headpiece of pink taffeta and while net, trimmed with pink rosettes, and carried n white basket filled with rose pel a Is. Randy Brenner, twin brother of tho flower girl, was ring- bearer. He wore a brown suit, white shirt and tie, and carried a heart-shaped satin pillow, trim meet with a ruffle of net, Fred Felix Jr., was host man fur his brother. Hill Sterling, a hrnlhrr-in-lmv of the bridegroom, and Melvin Anderson, wot* Following tho ceremony a rereption was held in the social room of the rhiirrh. Th* refreshment tabl* was covered with fl linen rloth. A three- tiered wedding rake rentered the table, flanked wilh white tapers. Misses Dixie Clark and Flora May Guernsey, former roommates of the brirle at Lincoln Bible Institute, served. After a week's wpdding trip Mr. Felix and bride will reside on a fnrm near Attica, Ind. The bride's traveling costume was ft two-plere suit of turquoise file, wilh unite accessories. The bride graduated with the 1050 class fif Merlnra High School nnd attended the Lincoln Bible Institute for 2'i years. Before her wedding she WHS employer! at Cflrlinville Area Hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Bos- vvell (Ind. i High School, attended the Lincoln Bible Institute one year and served with the U. S. Army in Korea. wisrh, 3279 Hawthorne Blvd. The prospective bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Mayme Hueb- rner, 3211 Hawthorne Blvd. Wedding Saturday Russell K. Bushnell, Ron of Mr. nnd Mrs. Elden E. Bushnell, 72.3 Roynl St., and Mrs. Hallie Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bralnerd of Graf ton. were married at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon In the home of the bridegroom's parents. Pnlms nnd bouquets of gladioli formed n background for the bridal party, nrid the Rev. Jloy Mnreh officiated at. the double ring ceremony. Jerry Bushnell, brother of the bridegroom, nnrl Mrs. Charles Brninerd, sister-in-law of the bride, were the couple's attendants. Tho bride appeared in a grny suit with pink hat, gloves and purse, nnd her flowers were white carnal ions in n corsage. Mrs. Bralnerd wore n beige nnd blue ensemble, while accessories nnd a corsage of pink carnations. A reception followed the ceremony, nnd Inter the couple left on a trip planning to visit I/is Angeles, Calif., Phoenix, Ari/., nnd Grands, N. M., where they will visit an uncle and aunt of Mr. Bushnell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rny Mndison. For traveling Mrs. Bushnell wore n nnvy blue silk shantung dress nnd white accessories. The couple will reside In a homo they have furnished near Grafton. Mr. Bushnell, who served In the U. S. Const Guard, is employed by Shell Oil Co. His bride is an employe of Owens- Illinois Glass Co. Present nt the wedding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rilley nnd family, nnd Wcndlc Lindsay, East Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bushnell. Eldred; Mrs. George Brninerd nnd granddaughters, Donna nnd Jeanelle Lnne, nnd Mr. find Mrs. Charles Bminerd. Grafton; Mr. nnd K\Ts'. Curl is Bushnell of Oklahoma; Mr. nnd Mrs, Jesse Stuart, grandparents of the bridegroom, Roodhouse; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perkins, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Bushnell and daughter, Lynn Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bagley, Mrs. Raymond Potruzzn Jr., Mrs. Hoy March, aunt, of Mr. Bushnell, Mrs. Paul March and daughter, Judy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carroll Short nnrl daughter, Nonrm, Dennis I/ong, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wagner, Alton. Wedding Saturday Tho wedding of Miss Anita Hayes nnd Harold Huebener will lake place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Mary's Church, and afterwards breakfast will he served to tho bridal party nnd relatives at Hotel Stratford. Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Hayes, .'Will Hawthorne Blvd., will entertain with a reception honoring their daughter and Mr. Iliiebener from 1 to 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon nt the homo of a great aunt of the bride, Mrs. Regina Fold- 9091- frartwiy Oi»l 3-8877 Downtown Value Days THURSOAY-FRIOAY-SATUROAY APR. 29-30-«IAY 1 ALL MATERNITY CLOTHES 10% Discount on any $Q»S mid purchase totaling 0 over BLOUSES Sizes 30 to 44 $5.95 to $14.95 Values REDUCED V3 .o l /2 WELL KNOWN MAKES Play and Strapless Bras Special Croup SI'WIAL (JKOl l k LNiHTUTK.HT GIRDLES AM) PANTIE GIRDLES 20% GOTHAM GOLPSJJUJ'K F.6 NYLONS 60 Gauge, 15 Denier Reg. $1.65 Value '1 KATHERINE-K CORSET SHOP «0fl W. Third St., ROOM JOT~»|r«. Etim Carotber» (Owner) MRS. HOMER RARYBS. The wedding of Miss Shirley Irene Chamherlnin to Cpi. Homer Raines of the United Slates Marine Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raines of Illmo, Mo., has been made known by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Chamberlain of Cottage Mills. The couple's marriage occurred April 16, 1954, at Granite City with the Rev. Paul Chambers of the Assembly of God Churrh officiating. Vernon Raines, brother of the bridegroom, and Miss .To Ann Tedrirk of Bethalfo were the couple's attendants. Cpl. Rnines, graduate of the Illmo (Mo.) High .School, Class of IMS, is stationed at Oceanside. Calif. He loft April 23 for the west, and will he joined the middle of May by his bride. Mrs. Raines, employed by the Owens-Tllinols ("Mass Co., was. graduated in 1053 from Civic Memorial High School, Bethal- /f-U XI Chapter !n Mark Founder* Day /Coin Xi chapter of Reta Sigma Phi Sorority met last evening, wilh Miss Alyce Glssal presiding. Plans were outlined for n founders day banquet to take place Thursday, April 2!), 6 :30 o'clock, nt Mineral Springs Hotel. Members of Gamma Upsilon and Thetn Omicron chapters will attend the party. Mm. Lilly to Review "Family Portrait" "Family Porlrnil," by Lenore Coffee nnd William Joyce Cowan, will he reviewed by Kmlly K. Lilly, nt the First Presbyterian Church Friday, April 30, 1:30 o'clock. "Family Portrait." is the story of the family and friends and those influenced by Jesus of Nazareth. The entire action of the play begins when Jesus went out lo preach and tench nnd ends, 10 years after His death. WHtmnii-neck Wedding Invitation* iwsiied Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred K. Beck of Godfrey have issued invitations to tho wedding of their daughter, Joan, and John Willman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Will man of Godfrey. The marriage will take place Saturday mJHiing May 8, 9 o'clock, in St. Ambrose Church. Miss Beck has nsked her cousin, Miss Sarah Slrcbel, to be her moid of honor, nnd Miss Mnry Virginia Ervin, niece of Mr. WiUnifin will be flower girl. Robert Willman will be best man for his brother. Richard Wiltman, n third brother, and John Grappcl, cousin of the, bride, will sent the guests. Breakfast for members of the immediate families will be served nt the Country Kitchen, nnd n reception will be held by the bride's parents, for relatives and friends, nt the Godfrey Civic Center from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. First Birthday l*nrty For Hriulloy Orcen Bradley Allnn Green, son of BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST CIIIOAO6 (Ai Reported by Leading BookihopO Fiction — "The High »nd th« Mighty.' 1 "Land of Stnngeri," "Lord Vanity." "Away AH Bo«l«." "Bless Thi« House," "The Doctors," "Not A» • Stranger," "Sayonara." Nonflchui, — "The Conquest of Evereit," "The Power ol Poiltlve Thinking," "The Twentv-vear Re. volution," "The Mind Alive," "But XVe Were Born Free," "Life Is Worth Living." INDIANAPOLIS Fiction _ "Beyond Thl» Place," "The Doctors," "Away All Boats,' "The Lady ot Arlington," "Not as a Stranger." "Lord Vanity," "Tho High and the Mighty." Nonflction — "The Conquett of Everest," "Life U Worth Living," "But We Were Born Free," "Strictly Per- Konal," "Th« Twenty-year Revolution," "This 1 Believe," "The Man Who Never Wai." PKOBIA Fietlon — "Not As a Stranger," "Cotne My Beloved." "The Shadows of the Image*." "Lord Vanity" "Baltl* Cry, "Savonara" "Th« "Doctors," "Away All Boats." Nonfinlon—"Triumph and Tragedy," "The Conquest ol Everest." "A House U Not a Home. "But We Were Born free," Life is Worth Living. 1 "The Mind Alive," "The Journals of LewU St Clark " ALTON (Al Btparted toy Malber'f) Fiction — "The Doctors," "Lord Vanity." "Land of Strangers " "Away All Boats." "Not As a Stranger,'' "Bleu This House." "Beyond This Place," "Sayonara." Nonjictlon—"Life Is Worth Living.' "The Conquest of rverest." "The Spirit of St. Louis," "The Mind AHve" "But XVe Were Born Free. 1 'The Power of Pcwjlive Think ing, 'The Twenty-year Revolution.' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keirle Mark Golden Anniversary Pentmnls Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kejrte nt Bunker Hill celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Saturday evening at the social rooms of the Bunker Hill Congregational Churrh. The festivities started at 5 o'clock when they entertained immediate relatives at dinner. Grace was said by a brother of Mr. Keirle, Eph Keirle of Baker. Mont., who repeated a prayer which had been taught all of the children by their mother. The linen napkins used were also wedding gifts for the couple 50 years ago and those presented to them on their first .wedding anniversary. Other relatives who attended the dinner were: Oscar Keirle, Calgary. Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Huber, Andrew Huber, Miss Bcrdie Huber of Chicago; Mrs. Dora Fahrenkrog and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Moulton of Staunton; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keirle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keirle, Mrs. R. K. Bley .tr., Miss Joseph Fahrenkrog and Miss Freda Keirle of Bunker Hill. In the evening 275 guests attended the recpption at the church, nnd members of the Congregational church assisted In entertaining. During the dinner, music was provided by an antique music box owned by Frank Gerdes. Mr. and Mrs. Keirle were married April 20, IfKM at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fnhrcnkrog near Bunker Hill, The guests at the wedding came by sled following n snowstorm. They had as attendants, Mrs. Clara Huber Mercer of Chicago, niece of Mrs. Keirle and her brother, the late Joseph Fnhrenkrog. Mr. Keirle is a son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Gilbert Keirle of Bunker Hill. The temperature reached 85 degrees at their golden wedding in contrast with the wedding 50 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Keirle went to housekeeping on a farm cast of Blinker Hill soon after moving to the farm north of town where they resided until seven years ngo. They have a daughter, Freida, a teacher in the Bunker Hill schools. Mrs. Keirle is the former Amelia Fahrenkrog. El Salvador's first cement plant, completed in 1953, will double its capacity. Sgt. Harold V. Green and Mrs. Green, was honored last Saturday at a party on the occasion of his first birthday, given at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Jackson, 354 South Thirteenth St., Wood River. The babe's mother is the former Miss Betty Jackson. Among those attending the celebration were Sandra Leigh nnd Barbara Jane Dillow, cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Robert A. Dillow, uncle and aunt; Miss Raye Ellen Jackson, aunt, and Paul Jackson, uncle of the babe. The refreshment table was centered with a cake decorated with a circus canopy. The appointments were in red and white. Small Bradley Allan was the recipient of many gifts. Secretaries Hold State Meeting Alton Chapter Hostess To State Members Alton Chapter of the National Secretaries Association xvas hostess to the state meeting held at Marquette I/jdge near Grafton, April 24-25. One hundred and five secretaries from all over the state had a snark and get-together in the hostess cottage Friday night. Standing committee chairmen made their yearly reports at the Saturday business session which was followed by a talk by Miss Eunice Beimdiek of SI. Louis, southeastern vice president of the National Secretaries Association nnd who xvas national representative at the meeting. The highlight of the weekend xvas the banquet held on Saturday night. Joseph Holland, g*en- ernl counsel of Pevely Dairy, St. Louis, nnd former state's attorney of Missouri, xvas guest speaker. He spoke on "Madame Secretary." A separate table xvas arranged for the 11 CPS members attending the meeting and special recognition xvas given them by Miss Clare Jennings of Chicago, state president. The CPS is one of the projects the association is promoting. Qualified secretaries may take the certified professional secretary examination W'hich is held yearly at test centers established at colleges and universities throughout the country and the achievement of this honor is every secretary's goal. The toastmistress for the banquet was Miss Ruby Morten. The Indian theme Was used, and the tables xvcre decorated with totem poles and arroxv heads. Pieces of Indian jewelry were given as favors. Following a brunch at 9:30 Sunday the final business session xvas held at which time officers xvere elected and installed: Miss Clare Jennings, president; Mrs. Dorothy Lexvis, vice president; Mrs. Helen Johnson, secretary, and Miss Pauline Bird, treasurer. The 1955 slate meeting will be held it) Waukegan. Births Their third child nnd son xvas born at 1:59 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. David Gray of 1107 Putnam St. The baby weighs eight pounds, five ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis of Rt. 1, Godfrey, are parents of a son, weighing six pounds, five ounces. The baby xvas born at 4:50 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. A daughter, xveighing seven pounds, five ounces, xvas born at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Norville Lathrom, 3421 Robin St. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Charles demons of 1114 Greene St., of the birth of a son. The baby, xveigh- ing six pounds, 11 ounces, xvas born at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Alton Chapter OES Curd Party Friday Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will have a dessert card parly Friday aflrcnoon in Alton Masonic Temple on State street. Dessert xvill be served at 1 o'clock, and the pivot play xvill be used. Anyone wishing to make reservations may call Mrs. Norval Mitchell, 2300 Pleasant St., or Mrs. Wesley F. Hinderhan, 1016 Elliott Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Waggoner of Rt. 1, Brighton, have chosen the name of James Dale for a son, born at 1:16 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby xveighs six pounds, nine ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner also have a daughter, Cheryl Marie, 11 months. Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Lane, 340 Grant St., Bethalto, are announcing the birth of their first child, a son at 6:09 a.m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Mrs. E. A. RearrJon of Young«- toxvn. O., and daughter, Mrs. Jack Andrews of Massalone, O.. left by plane Monday after being in Alton to attend the wedding of Rodger William Penning and Miss Mary Teresa Beiser. While in Alton they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beiser of 2209 Lawton St. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. O'Neill of 248 Stamford Ave., Stamford, Conn., are announcing the birth of their sixth- child. Timothy. Monday, April 26. Their other children are Nancy, Thomas. Susie, Pat and Dennis. Mrs. Mayme Buese, mother of Mrs. O'Neill, is visiting at the O'Neill home. Mrs. O'Neill Is the former Miss Catherine Buese of Alton. Alexander Grossman Woodbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Woodbury of Godfrey, was initiated last week into^Beta Alpha Psi, national honorary scholastic fraternity. Members are outstanding students in accountancy. Woodbury, a Gold Alpha graduate of the class of 1951, Alton High School, is a junior in the College of Commerce, University of Illinois. Mrs. Joseph Elf gen of 3301 Belle St., is a patient at St. Anthony's Infirmary. Mrs. Elfgen entered the infirmary last Saturday for rest and X-ray treatment. Mrs. Theodore B. Bruener and sons, Frederick and Michael, are leaving Thursday for their home in Aberdeen, Wash., after attending the wedding of Mrs. Brucner's niece. Miss .Martha Ann McBurney, and Harry Paul Materne xvhich took place last Saturday. Mrs. Henry Stutz of 2627 Wata- lee Ave., and daughter, Mrs, Edward Redfield, of Kansas City, have returned from an eastern trip, traveling by plane. They flexv to Washington. D. C., and from there went to Nexv York City. While in the east they visited Arlington, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Redfield, xvho accompanied Mrs. Stutz to Allon, left Tuesday night for Kansas City. Mrs. E. K. Hodges of Tyler, Tex., arrived Tuesday to be with her father, William W. Scherrer, 221 Shaxv St., a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Green of Washington, D. C., departed Tuesday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McBurney, 414 Prospect St., and attending the wedding of Harry Paul Materne and Miss Martha Ann McBurney. Mrs. McBurney is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Green. Church School Institute Thursday Afternoon Vacation church school institute for churches of the,Alton Baptist Association xvill be held Thursday afternoon, 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock in the Cherry Street Baptist Church. The Rev. Horton Presley, 1 pastor of the Main Street Baptist Church xvill give the invocation, and Mrs. Paul Mitchell xvill preside. Teachers xvill be the Rev. Hospital xveighing seven pounds and one ounce. A daughter, Ricky Jean, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harley E. Essary/669 Fifth St., East Alton, at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday in Wood River Toxxjnship Hospital xveigh- ing eight pounds, 13 ounces. The couple have a son, Bobby, 8. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Roxv- den of Ray street, Cottage Hills, are parents of a son born at 9:50 a.m. Tuesday in Wood River Toxvnship Hospital. Country Club Officers Guests Officers of Rock Spring Country Club were guests of the women of the club Tuesday, and plans for the new club at Lockhaven were outlined after the sen-ing of luncheon. Herbert G. Wickenhauser, president. Henry V. Boehl. Dr. Charles D. Ehlerf. Mason M. Handle and Lou M. Miller were present. Stag party for members will take place Saturday, May 1, nnd a picture of a Bing Crosby-Bob Hope tournamenf will be shown. Blind hole tournament was yesterday's feature, and winners were Mrs. Herbert G. Wickenhauser, first night, Mrs. Richard L. Hudson, second flight, and Mrs. N. A. Hamilton, third flight. Mrs. LeRoy Dietschy, Mrs. John E. Greenwood, Mrs. Ralph Luken. Mrs. Joseph A. Murphy, Mrs. S. E. Sanner and Mrs. Frank Wickenhauser were hostesses. YWCA Dancers Present Program The Young Women's Christian Association tap and ballet dancers gave a program Tuesday night before the YWCA Business Girls Club. The dancers vvers directed by Mrs. E. Z. Pars. Program: Tiny Ballet Shoes^ Georgia Deem, Janet Langen, Karen Kilgo, Dee Schmoeller, Nicki Schultz, Betty Ann Ball. Mo and My Teddy Bear—Robbie Sue Roberts. While Ballet—Mary Lee Zimmerman, Judy McDanel, Penny Boodeker, Kathy Kinder, Melinda Seymour, Sally Beiser, Betsy Schulenberg, Beth Pohlman. • Tennessee Wig Walk—Carol Sue Hunter and Libby Pars. Toe Mania — Beverly Bury, Judy Romano, Kathy Maley, Lucy Zimmerman. Bell Bottom Blues—Michael Ann Mueller, Kathy Kinder, Linda Risler, Madeline Wavey, Steven Schmidt. Sugar Plum Fairies — Mary Cousley, Jane Jehle, Cynthia Seymour, Libby Pars. Mexican Hat Dance — Susie Jehle, Carol Hunter. Stepping Out—Susie Jehle, Carol Hunter. Virginia Grigsby Wins Award at Science Fair Miss Virginia Grigsby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kline B. Grigsby, 514 East Eleventh St., a student in the sixth grade taught by Mrs. William McDonald at Roosevelt School, received a first proficiency award and a 510 cash prize in the Greater St. Louis Science Fair which recently closed. 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