Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1971 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 5, 1971
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Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, January 5, 1971 A-7 Couples say marriage vows in recent ceremonies McKINNEY-COWEN White roses, mums and candles decorated the First Baptst Church of Alton for the 7:30 p.m. wedding on Tuesday, Dec. 22 of Miss Carol Ann Cowen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cowen of Elsah, to John Adams McKinney. Jr. Mr. McKinney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. McKinney Sr. of Princeton, New Jersey. The bride was attired in a gown of candlelight satin and organza, trimmed with lace and seed pearls. She wore a short veil on a flowered cap and carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and baby's breath. The bride was attended by Miss Sandra Feder of Northridge, Calif, as her maid of honor. Her bridesmaids were Miss Connie Cowen, sister of the bride, from Elsah, Miss Devon Clifford of Godfrey and Linda Heider of Chicago. Her attendants wore royal blue velvet, empire dresses, trimmed in cream lare and carried yellow long-stemmed roses. The best man was the groom's brother, Todd McKinney and the groms- men were Thomas A. Cowen Til, brother of the bride, of Elsah, Leland Hutchinson and Mark Hutchinson of Detroit, Michigan. The bride was graduated from Granada Hills High School in Granada Hills. Calif, and received a B. A. in education from Principia. The groom graduated from Princeton High School and received a B. A. in sociology. He is now attending William and Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Va. McCAMMAN-SCARBOROUGH Miss Toby Gail Scarborough of More became the bride of Phillip Ray McCammon of Indianapolis, Ind., son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. McCammon of Terre Haute, Ind., on Sunday, Dec. 27. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Scarborough of Rte. 1, Moro. The Rev. Dr. R. A. Lippman performed the marriage ceremony at 3:30 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church of Wood River, which was decorated with a holiday theme. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Edgar Hayse, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Hanson. Hand-beaded Alencon lace accented the fitted bodice and Mandarin collar of the bride's Globlite floor length gown, which feature a pleated skirt and long sleeves. Her cathedral length train, also trimmed in lace, extended from the shoulders. A pearl crown secured her cathedral length veil of nylon illusion. She carried a bouquet of Cooking cues SPEND LITTLE FOR COCKTAIL SNACK To keep hors d'oeuvre costs down, beat cream cheese with Worcestershire to get a zippy flavor. Spread on crackers and sprinkle with coarsely grated orange rind and toasted sliced almonds. A few almonds go a long way and provide an elegant touch. Grosvenor Square Glaze — Blend together % cup molasses and % cup sherry. Use as glaze for ham during last 45 minutes of baking time. Makes i£ cup. Q OMEGA WATCHES Trusted for Accuracy EDWARD OTT JEWELER Stratford Hot*' Wdo,. bride's fioor length gown of taffeta which featured long sleeves. She wore ;> chapel length veil and carried a bouquet of white carnations and red rose buds. Her attendants were Miss Debbie llofgren and Miss Connie bride. They length white Kravanek, sister of the MRS. MCKINNEY gardenias and stephanotis interspersed with ivy. Mrs. Donald Florini of Carpenter was matron of honor; and bridesmaids were Mrs. Dennis Scarborough, Mrs. John King and Monica Hubbard served as junior bridesmaid. The attendants were attired in floor length gowns of emerald geen velvet with an A-line skirt. Red and green embroidery enhanced their ruffled necklines and the cuffs of theor long puffed sleeves. They wore white maribou headpieces with emerald maline veils, and carried white maribou muffs, with holiday flowers and red streamers. The bridegroom was attended by Donald DeMoss as best man; and groomsmen were Dennis Scarborough, brother of the bride. Michael Stevens and Mike McCammon, brother of the groom; was junior groomsman. Julie Aitken was flower girl and John Stephens was ring bearer. Guests were shown to their seats by Gary Champa and David Stevens. The bride is a graduate of Edwardsville High School and Indiana State University. She was formerly employed by Roxana High School. Her husband, received his B.S, degree in physics from Indiana State University and is now attending Indiana University working toward his doctor of law degree. He is employed by the Indianapolis High School. CRAKE-ROST William Crake and his bride, the former Barbara Rost are residing in Beech Grove, Ind., following their wedding on Saturday, Dec. 26. The Rev. Russell Shaw officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Rost of 2436 Alby St.; and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Crake of Collinsville. The former Miss Rosl was employed by the National Lead company in Granite City until her marriage. MRS. McOAHA Her hsuband is plant superintendent at the National Lead company in Beech Grove. RORTII-CI1EEK The Rev. Virgil Spain of Hartford officiated at the 3 p.m. wedding ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 30. of Miss Donna June Cheek and Dennis Ray Borlh, in the Assembly of God Church parsonage. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cheek of Wood River; and Mr. and Mrs. John Borth of 12!) E.Hawthorne in Hartford, are parents of the bridegroom. Both are graduates of East A It o n - W o od River High School. She is employed as an accountant by Curlee Clothing store in St. Louis. Her husband was graduated from Bailey Technical School and served four years in the Navy. He is presently attending Central Business Institute in Belleville. The couple is residing at 111 Bambi Ct. in Godfrey. GROVES -BRANHAN Miss Lela Branhan, daughter of Mrs. Lenord Cottingham of Rte. 1, Dow, became the bride of Denver Groves, Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Rev. L. E. Hutchinson officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony in the State Street Baptist Church of Jerseyville. Miss Theresa Hetzel and Danny Gibson served as attendants for the couple. Guests were seated by James Cunningham. Following the ceremony, the couple received guests in the Pines in Delhi. The bride is a graduate of Jersey Community High S chool. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Groves of East Hardin, is a graduate of Hardin High School. He will be stationed with the Navy at North Fork, Va. BURK-SCROGGINS Mrs. Eileen M. Scroggins and Homer 0. Burk were married in a candlelight w e d d ing ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 2G. MRS. BRISKOVICH The 6:30 p.m. double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph Evers in St. Pa u 1 ' s United Methodist Church of Rosewood Heights. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bassetl of Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Burk wore a French lame dress of Christmas tinsel fashioned in a shirtwaist style. She carried a Christmas bouquet of red carnations, pine cones and holly. Mrs. Merle BasscU, who served as her attendant, wore a red A-line dress accented with gold braid. She carried a bouquet similar to the bride's in white. Mr. Burk was attended by Michael Scroggins, Dennis Burk, Mitchell Scroggins, Thomas and David Burk. Nuptial music was provided by James Dedera. McGAHA-WARREN Miss Vickie Lynn Warren, daughter of Mrs. Freamon 0. Warren of 807 Willoway Drive In East Alton, became the bride of James Clannic McGaha Jr. on Thursday, Dec. 24. She is also the daughter of the late Mr. Warren. The Rev. Douglas McCreight officiated at the 7:30 p.m. candlelight ceremony in S t . Gabriel's Episcopal Church of Wood River, which was decorated with poinsettias, carnations and holly with greenery. Following the ceremony, the couple received 2guests at the home of the bride's mother. The bride chose an empire floor length candlelight satin gown with pink lace and pearls. Her cathedral length TODAY SEND FLOWERS MILTON GREENHOUSES 1224 MILTON BD. — ALTON, ILL. — PH. 462-1732 Dial 465-7513 for free delivery of prescriptions & drugs THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP Allan's Ptoiessional Pharmacy 909 Brawn St. J. Russell Dale IHEEN I lASTGATt PLAZA Open 10 ajn. to 9p.m. ENROLLING! JAN. 18TH 1971 CLASS DIAL 462-6851 for Information Kitzmiller BEAUTY COLLEGE Alton Plain Shopping Center CLOSED TUESDAYS MRS. McCAMMON e carnations a mistletoe and holly. Her attendant, Mrs. ,lerry Ellington, was attired in a floor length gown with a pink skirt and pale pink bodice. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations with mistletoe and holly. The bridegroom, son of .Mr. and Mrs. James C. McGaha Sr. of Covington, Ind., was attended by Lt. Richard E. Snow of Selma, Ala. Guests were seated by Neal Frederickson and James Rilcnour. Candlelighter was Albert Koltcnbach. The bride is a 19fi4 graduate of Wood River High School and is employed as a business representative by Illinois Bell Telephone. Her husband, a graduate of Indiana University, where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity, is employed by Olin Corp. The couple is residing in Roxana. veil of ivory over pink was trimmed in the same design. She carried a nosegay of TRUSTY-BOOTH St. John's Church of CarrolHon was the scene of the wedding of Miss Karen Pauline Booth and Walter Gene Trusty on Saturday, Dec. 26. The Rev. Robert Morris, pastor, performed the 2 p.m. ceremony before decorations of gladioli, daisies, palms and ferns. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Booth of 602 Third St. in Carrollton, selected a gown of ivory satin faille fashioned with a jewel neckline and peau d'ange lace accenting the waist, empire bodice, sleeves and hemline of the dome shaped skirt. Her detachable train at the empire length, was also trimmed in lace. A Juliet cap secured her bouffant veil and she carried a bouquet of white MRS. MILLER roses, stephanotis, daisies and baby's breath. She was attended by Mrs. Edward Ulrich II,' Miss Margie Booth and Mrs. .1. B. Trost. They appeared in floor length green gowns with v civet empire bodices featuring a jewel neckline. The A-linc gowns were fashioned with ivory Vcnise lace on the necklines and cuffs of the bishop sleeves. They wore gold and rust colored flowers as headpieces and carried gold, rust, yellow and white chrysanthemums. The bridegroom, son of Mr. ,:nd Mrs.' Glenn Trusty, was attended by Mike Kern, Richard Booth and Terry Trusty. The bride is employed by LeClaire School in Edwardsville and her husband is employed by McDonnell Corp. in St. Louis. NEDEKMAN-KKAVANEK Robert C. Nederman and his bride, the former Crystal Kay Kravanek are living in Springfield, Mo., following their wedding on Dec. 19 in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. The Rev. W. Hussell Shaw officiated at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony and a reception followed in the church hali. Chantilly lace trimmed the wore red velvet floor <j;owns trimmed in lace and featuring puffed sleeves. Paul Adair and Jim \\ohlerl attendee! the bridegroom. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kravanek of 225 Maple in Koxana, is a graduate of Uoxana High School and Atlantic Airline School in Kansas City. She is employed by the Springfield Travel Agency. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nadormau of Kansas City, is employed by Dunn and Bradslreet in Springfield. KKISKOYKII IIIIRU.Y Miss Roberta .1. llurloy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hurley of lite. 2, Bunker Hill, became the bride of Randall C. Briskovich in 2 p.m. ceremony on Thursday. Dec. 31. The Rev. C. Geirut performed the ceremony in St. Mary's Catholic Church of Bunker Hill before decorations of poinsettias. Crystals and seed pearls trimmed the neckline and sleeves of the bride's princess styled dress of peau de soie. She wore a floor length Mantilla veil of Venetian lace and carried a bouquet of orchids and baby's breath. Miss Mary Jane Mullink, her attendant, appeared in a sea green peau dc soie dress trimmed in silver with matching assessories. She carried a bouquet of gold mums. The bridegroom was attended by Steve Smith. Mike and Pet Hurley, brothers of the bride, served as ushers. The bride is a Iflfifl graduate of Bunker Hill High School and is a junior at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Briskovich of Bunker Hill, is a l%fl graduate of the same school. He is stationed al Camp Pendleton, Calif., with the Navy. Plan summer wedding The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Karen Sue Karris to Edward an MISS I \KKIS WE ARE AN —AUTHORIZED- FOOD STAMP STORE MUST HAVE ID CARD!! Collude Hills. III. M. Warren is being nounced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dwighl Karris of Rte. 1, Bunker 11 HI. The bride-elect is a senior at Bunker Hill High School. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Karris of Bunker Hill, is a 19(17 graduate of the same school. He has served with the Army. The couple is planning a summer wedding. nM!niHlilHlllHlllH!IIHlUMl!HBiiHiiiil| 1 SERVING YOU I | 24 YEARS ! TEMPLE CLEANERS MILLER-ANDERSON Ronnie Lee Miller and his bride, the former Debra Ann Anderson are living in East Alton after their marriage ceremony on Dec. 11. in St. Mary's Catholic Church of Alton. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Addis Monroe of 532 Horn Drive in Jerseyville; and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clark of 708 Lincoln of Jerseyville are parents of the bridegroom. The 8 p.m. ceremony was performed by the Rev. B r e n d e n K n ane and a reception followed in St. Patrick's Hall. The bride chose a gown of peau do soio with reern- broideml lace featuring an empire waistline and A-line skirt. A peaii de soie bow with seed pearls secured her veil of imported bridal illusion. She carried daisies on a P r a y e r Book with streamers. Miss Penny Anderson, who served as her sister's attendant, wore a mint green gown with an empire bodice trimmed hi white daisies and an ovcrskirt of illusion. She wore a matching bow and net of illusion. The bridegroom was attended by John Walz. Ushers were Charles Peuterbaugh a n d Michel Anderson brother of the bride. Mrs. Miller is a 1070 graduate of Jersey Community High School and is employed by Owens-Illinois. Mr. Miller is a 1970 graduate of Ihc same school and is employed by Laclede Steel. CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING Snlccl From Many Styles of Moldings HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO, 2015 1C. Broadway Mow, Mohawk shag carpet you put down a square a minute. Mohawk "SHAGETTES" with pile of DuPont nylon. No glue. No mess. No special tools. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, ...?..., died last week of complications resulting from open heart surgery. 2 French Marxist writer ..-.?... was released by the Bolivian government after serving 3 years and 8 months of a 30-year jail sentence, a-Jean Paul bartre b-Regis Debray c-Mlchel Debray 5 Defense Secretary Laird recently Issued a directive that strengthened direct civilian control over military . .,?... activities within the U.S. a-procurement b-research c-1 nielli gene o 4 Frozen swordfish tested by the FDA proved to be unusually (CHOOSE ONE: low, high) in mercury content. 6 The FTC accepted a (CHOOSE ONK: mandatory, voluntary) plan under which the cigarette Industry would list tar and nicotine content of its products in its advertising beginning next February. Alton Evening Telegraph Shagettes is a shaggy shag that comes in handy 18" squares easy In put down anywhere. Its rubber cushion, sell- adhesive backini', savcj you money on cushion and installation. Carry home a carton of Mohawk Shaeettes and carpet a floor tonight. One carton covers 36 square feet. PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1 filibuster 2 exempt 3 envoy 4 embargo 6 endorse a-approvo, support b-iimit or restriction on freight C-loiiK specchmaking to delay action d-excuee from e-representativu of one government sent to another Q 18 Luxury for only '1 00 SQ. FT. PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you correctly match with the clues. can 18" x IN" Si|iiari'S $2.25 huch Shop From A Complete Selection of MOHAWK Carpet BUY ON CONVENIENT BUDGET PAYMENTS Dial 254-3*23 FURNITURE • 627 E. BROADWAY • ALTON • PHONE 465-4451 1 ..... Nguyen V«ui Thieu Z ..... Frank Shakespeare 3 ..... Edward Glerek Jerrle Leonard 6 ..... Houari Bouniedl- 1-4-71 STUDENTS a-Ui rector, United SI u 11; B Information Agency J>-President, South Viet Nuin u-Presidenl, Algeria il-iit;w heucl of Poland's Communist Party e-heuds Justice Department's Civil MgbtB division. 9 VEC, Inc., Madiwn, Witconitn Match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. 10 points for each correct answer. It «tff» ads for this product disappear from TV 2 this lesueplagued ending of 91st Congress 3 Australian aborigines reported growing more militant in rights demands 4...., big banks continued trend toward lower ia- terest rates E national scientific organization 6 high court upheld new voting age law but only for federal elections 7 retiring Senator Eugene McCarthy Bay a he'll remain In Washington. 8 Prime Minister Gandhi net parliamentary eieoUouB here 9 Hubert Humphrey fills Senate seat left vacant by retiring liugeuu McCarthy 10 government here announced willingness to rename peace talkB H AAAS SST HOW DO YOU RATE? (Score Each Sid* of Quiz S«p»r«Uly) 71 to 10 poInH - Good. 91 to 100 polnti - TOP SCORE! 61 to 70 point* - F«!r. 81 to 90 poinli - ExctlUnt. «0 or UnoV???- H'mm! FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What "New Year's Resolution" would you like to see our government make for 1971? THIS WIIK'S CHAILENGE! Name the three Apollo 14 astronauts. NO SCOII ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE

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