Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 8, 1971 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 8, 1971
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Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, January 8, 1971 A-ll • Nuptials said during recent ceremonies New look in hats The expected trend in springtime liats, as shown at the Millinery Institute of America's showing in New York favors the use of flowers and is tagged "The New Nostalgia." Broad-brimmed hat, top, covered with multi-colored flowers. Blue denim hat, center, Is accented with white stitching. Chapeau, bottom, features greenery set with small flowers. (AP Wire- photo) The 4 new nostalgia' look in spring hats By ANN MENCKEN AP Fashion Writer NEW YOKK (AP) — Now that the hemline controversy has receded, the head may get some extra attention— wacked out wigs—flowers and plumes on hats. Hats are shown mainly with simple clean lines for this spring: roll brim straws, stitched denims. However, watch those hat people. The tailored crowd might take alarm at a heading from the Millinery Institute of For 1971 Girls! PRINTED PATTERN 4715 TEEN 10-16 America's showing Wednesday. It, was called "The New Nostalgia," with hats '"often trimmed with the most nostalgic of flowers, like poppies, roses and buttercups." Sure enough, there appeared a quivering array of green fern leaves studded with tiny flowers, a whole clump of white ostrich plumes, a flat red straw extending into dog ears on each side, a patchwork snakeskin cap with veil tied across the face and an assortment of big, flower- drenched wide-brims. Will designers tire of clean lines and inch into a crazy era again? They started with the gaucho as a good answer for longer, skirts, but this fall, some hatters were already ho- humming stiff brims and touting softer felts. What's next? For those "hot pants" enthusiasts, who are already cutting off their old ber- mudas, the short shorts look turned up with high lace sandals and small roll- brimmed hats. If you can't drum up enthusiasm for hats—tailored or "nostalgic," you could join the women who spent $1 billion on wigs, last year. East Alton club to hear GFWC represcntati ve THE 1971 GIRL believes the more lengths in fashion the merrier the wearing! She starts with a pleat-swinging dress, then sews tunic, pants. Printed Pattern 4715: NEW Teen Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. Size, 12 (bust 32) dress takes 2% yards 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Care of Alton Evening Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept. 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Dynamic, fashion changes in new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. Free Pattern Coupon. 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK — cut, fit, sew modern way. $1.. INSTANT FASHION BOOK wardrobe planning secrets, flattery, accessory tips. fl.OO Mrs. James Segraves of Belleville will be featured , speaker at the Jan, 12 meeting of .the East Alton Woman's Club in the East Alton Vital Services Building. Former president of the Illinois Federationof Women's Clubs, and past director of Illinois District 22, Mrs. Segraves is serving a two year term as national chairman of International Relations of General Federations o f Women's Clubs. She will talk to the club women concerning programs individaul clubs can adopt to assist in- the world-wide program of aid in the areas of nutrition, health, education, birth control, and other problems facing undeveloped and war torn countries. Mrs. John Lowery is program chairman and Mrs. Merle Hendricks is chairman of the social committee. RICHARDS-CANNON The marriage ceremony of Miss Janice Lynn Cannon of Alton and Michael Wayne Richards of Shawnee, Okla.. was performed on New Year's Day in the Curdie Heights Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Cannon of 2904 Humbert St. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Joseph Richards of 3401 Come-In Place. A reception was given in the church social rooms after the couple said their marriage vows at a kneeling bench in the sanctuary, centered with bouquets of white and blue mums and snapdragons and a background of greenery. The Rev. Lolard A. Simmons performed the ceremony. The bride wore a satin gown designed on empire lines, with a front overlay of Alencon lace and a floor length train extending from an inverted pleat at the center skirt back. A pillbox headpiece held her fingertip illusion veil, and she carried a colonial drop bouquet attached to an heirloom Bible. Miss Gail Bruce, aunt of the bride, was her attendant, and wore a blue crepe floor length A-line gown with short bell- shaped sleeves. Blue bows in her hair were shadowed with pale blue illusion, and her pink and white bouquet contained roses and mums with lilies of the valley. John Edwin Ray Jr., nephew of the groom, was his best man. Jeffrey Cannon, Mark . Richards and Gaylen Osborne were ushers, and the candles were lighted by Jerry Cannon and Phyllis Bruce. Music for the wedding was provided by Miss Gloria Ray, vocalist, and Miss Elizabeth Kirkendall. The bride and her husband are graduates of Alton High School. She is a junior student at Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Okla.; and he is employed in Shawnee at the Mission Hill Hospital. He has returned from service in Vietnam. The couple will live at 509^ W. Ridgewood, Shawnee. WITTMAN-REYNOLDS Mrs. Lois Reynolds and John S. Wittman, both of Godfrey, were married on Dec. 30 in the St. Ambrose Catholic Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. J. Knoedler, assisted by the Rev. James Rucker of Dow. The couple's attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wittman of Arrow Wood Estates. Mrs. Reynolds wore a cranberry colored suit and carried a white Bible covered with gardenias. Mrs. Wittman wore an avocado colored dress with sequins, and a sweetheart corsage. The newlywed couple will live in Godfrey. MILLER-WALSTON Miss Dianna Walston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Walston of 605 S. Market St., Hartford, became the bride of E. Glenn Miller on Christmas Day in the First Presbyterian Church in Greenville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin M. Miller of Greenville. The newlyweds are teachers at East Alton-Wood River Community High School. The Rev. Wayne D. Amsler performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev.. Paul Bowen of the First Baptist Church of Greenville. Gary King, organist, accompanied the soloists, Mrs. Lee Lueb- berlt and Bill Donnel. The bride wore a gown of MRS. RICHARDS silk-faced peau featuring an empire waistline, bishop sleeves and Alencon lace motifs on the bell-shaped skirt, which extended to form a train. A Queen Ann headpiece of lace and pearls held her illusion cathedral veil, and stephanotis surrounding a white orchid. Her attendants wore ruby red velvet empire gowns with velvet ruffles at the back scoop necklines, and similar ruffles extending down-, the back bodices and skirts. Camelot velvet hats secured their floor length illusion veils, and they carried white baskets trimmed with holly and red ribbons. Ensign Leanna Walston of Long Beach, Calif., attended her twin sister as maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were the Misses Lynette Markham, Pamela Zumwalt and Barbara Elliott. The bridegrom was attended by Randal Malan, best man; and Lay ton Peddicord, Randy Reitz and Thomas Gruber. Also in the wedding party were the flower girls, MRS. FRANKFOR1) Lisa Schmidt and Christie Zumwalt; Phillip Campbell, ring bearer; and the can- dlelighters, Kurt Denzil and Robert Gruber. The newlywed couple received their friends at a buffet dinner and reception in the fellowship hall of the church after the ceremony. The former Miss Walston is a 1970 graduate of Blackburn College and is teaching in the Wood River High School science department. Her husband, a 1970 graduate of Arizona State University, is teaching in the school's business department. The couple will live at 129 Eaton St., Wood River. NUZUM-HERZOG Mrs. Betty Herzog and Glenn E. Nuzum were married on Dec. 26 in the Evangelical Church in Godfrey before members of their immediate families. The Rev. Walter Krebs performed the single ring ceremony at 2 p.m., and a dinner for the MRS. DITFNKR bridal party was served in the Heritage House. Mrs. Herzog wore a candlelight silk shantung gown and a shoulder-length veil held in place by a flower bow. She carried a nosegay of red roses and white carnations. Her attendant, Mrs. Norbert Kuhn, wore a candy pink silk shantung dress and a pink velvet headpiece with a short veil. Pink roses and carnations were in her bouquet. Mr. Kuhn attended the bridegroom. Mr. Nuzum is employed by Owens-Illinois, and Mrs. Nuzum is a secretary a) Conduct roii-Missouri in St. . Charles. The couple honeymooned in the East, and will make their home at 3366 Western Ave. DUFNER-McKEE St. Paul's United Church in Carlinville was the scene of the wedding of Miss Mary Louise McKee and Carl D. Dufner at 3 p.m. on Dec. 27. Parents of the bride and bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. David McKee and Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Dufner, all of Carlinville. The double ring ceremony was performed by Dr. Harry S. Crede, pastor of the United Methodist Church, assisted by Dr. R. J. Baumann, pastor Cooking cues Canned Chicken Giblel Gravy makes even the plainest' meal a little festive. In saucepan, combine 1 can (lfli/2 ounces) Chicken Giblct Gravy with 2 tablespoons ketchup. Heat; stir now and then. Serve over hamburgers, sliced cooked beef, pork, or chicken. Makes 1'4 cups gravy. RECENT BRBDE — Miss Cynthia Carol Huttger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Ruttger Jr. of Brainerd, Minn., was married to Laurence Wallace Walston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford David Walston of Fairmount Addition, on Nov. 28 in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Brainerd. The couple is living in Wood River, Cooking cues So often the right vegetable with a clever assist from Dame Nature makes a meal say "company"! Here is Orange Yams, a mashed yam dish of distinction naturally sweetened and flavored with old-fashioned molasses. Mash 6 medium yams, cooked and peeled, or 2 cans (1 pound each) yams, drained. Add 1,4 cup butter or margarine, 1-3 cup Molasses, 1 teaspoon salt and 2 teaspoons grated orange rind. Mix well and turn into 1^ quart casserole. Dot with 8 marshmallows. Bake in a 400 degree F. oven 20 to 25 minutes. 6 to 8 servings. VACUUM CLEANERS WASHING MACHINES MIDDLECOFF'S PARTS & SERVICE 828 E. 7th 482-4423 COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 1116 Milton' ltd.—ALTON Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily MILTON CLEANERS ANNEX Dial 465-7513 for free delivery of prescriptions & drugs THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP Alton's Pro/essiona/ Pharmacy f Of Irown St. J. Russell Dale PARTICIPATING STORES: P. N, HIRSCH & CO. opt* 'HI 4 BIG AREA SHOPPING CENTER STORES WILSHIRE VILLAGE ALTON PLAZA PIAIA CORNERS CHATEAU OIS FLIURS *" M Y ^^ P m OPEN ON SUNDAV 12;ttO TO 5 P.M. DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVBB STORE OPEN DAILY 0 A.M. TO 5:80 F.M.—FRIUAV8 it A.M. TO 8 P.M. 9 MRS. MILLER of the church. Mrs. Donald Kicker provided music and accompanied Miss Huth Teid, vocalist. The bride wore a Victorian gown of angelskin peau de sole and Venise with a chapel train formed by a lace-edged veil falling from a bandeau of lace and peau. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Miss Karen Gates, maid'of honor; and the Misses Debbie Stifel and Christy Woods, bridesmaids, attended (he bride, wearing gowns of scarlet velvet with matching veils. They carried white fur muffs accented by red carnations and holly leaves. Others in the wedding party were J. ('. Bausano, best man; rind the groomsmen, Brent Inman and Mike Graham. Ushers were Rick McKee and David Lambeth. After the wedding, a reception was given in the church social room. Following their wedding trip, the couple will live at 303 S. Oak St. in Holla, Mo., where Ihe bridegroom is a senior at the University of Missouri. lHANKFOUD-FITT.II. Married on Dec. 2fl in the SI. John Lutheran Church in Columbus, Neb., were Miss S a n d r a Ann Fittje of I'rairielown and Carl H. Krankford of Bethalto. The bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krankford, and the bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul 10. Kittje of Prairietown. The Hcv. Hit-hard Luttmann erad the ceremony at which Wayne and Mickey Andreasen were vocalists, and Mrs. Nancy Molhman was organist. A reception was given in the church social rooms. The bride wore a satin- faced polyester organza gown with appliques of nylon and acetate lace, and an attached train. Her veil was gathered to a cluster headpiece, and she carried a Bible with red roses. lire maid of honor was her sister, Miss Pam Fittje, who wore a red velvet empire gown with a floor length train, and a head circlet of white fir, matching her muff which was covered with a holly. The bride's brothers, Lyle, Terry and Vern Fittje, were the bridegroom's attendants. Shauna Gullikson was flower girl. The bride teaches primary grades at St. Peter Lutheran School in Prairietown. Her husband works at Laclede Steel Co. The couple will live In Bethalto. SERVING YOU 24 YEARS | I TEMPLE CLEANERS I iBlilBlliBlillBllUBIliBiniBllllBllllBlllIBi RECENTLY WED-Ken- netli Eugene Slratton and the former Miss Maria Dawn Norton are residing in Bunker Hill following Iheir Nov. 28 wedding at the Assembly of God Church in Carlinville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Norton Sr. of 303 E. Wilbur in Bunker Hill and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stratton of 323 Hill St. in Carlinville. QUAKER MAID PERMANENT TYPE ANTI-FREEZE .$ 1 .21) • Old. Cottnse mils, III. Life Stride Shoes For Women PAUL'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ALTON NOW ENROLLING! JAN. 18TH 1971 CLASS DIAL 462-685! for Information Kitzmitter BEAUTY COLLEGE Alton Plow Shopping Center CLOSED TUESDAYS , . r J ! u f" c ,-J ' 3 5lylc ttlat lcnils . so net lo a variety of decors. Here, from Ilic Sunset Oak ^'«lj»n. arc represcnlalh. pieces selected for 7 am °°m. Quality features abound, heavy conduction of solid oA coined willi oak veneers and other selected hard- w Ih i,! H^ ' I f-T' 5 ' V 5lwa « 8 P 1 ™ 5 '"1 I*"M wi n the rich look of simulated slate inseils handsome unique hardware. Here is delightfully versatile 'furniturc- Here are many pieces for the bedroom, too-"<uslic contemporary styling that makes itself at home In many settings. Sunset Oak by Williams... for Ihe lived in home FAITH AND FREEDOM I,ife'H Greatest (Question Do you know what the su- premo question of life is? It. is: "What have you done with Christ.? Millions believe thai church membership, baptism, doing nootl, teaching a Sunday School class (and the list could go on and on) is what will recommend them to God and i;«'t Uicrn into Heaven. Actually, the Bible toadies exactly I lie opposite! "Not. by WOKKS of HKJHTEOUS- NRSS which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us." Titus :!:5a. You see my friend, salvation Is In a 1'erson and that. Person Is .losus Christ. John 1 makes it clear • "Hut. as many as HEOKJVIOD him, to them ("iivo he power to become the sons of (Jod, even to them that believe on His name." In order to receive salvation and no lo Heaven when you die, you must receive the PfM-Koii that salvation is in Hint Person is .Jesus. Have you accepted Christ? If not, you may do so tonight. Pi ay to Him now, "Lord Jesus, I am a sinner. please ^raiil me forgiveness. I accept you now. Come in- lo rny heart find save mo!" That prayer, prayed earnestly and sincerely, will KWO you pardon, freedom and the liope of Heaven. If you Imve trusted the Saviour tonight, may we hear from you. Yours /or Paifh & Freedom Al Wadclell, Pastor MELVILLE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Independent I'undiimenlul 3014 Wot Dflmur Godfrey, 111. I'hone 4ttV-2(J31 4U8-17IB I! Round Table .11139.50 Captain's Chair $65.00 WAN. UNIT Commode nr ('ul)iiii' $87.1)0 Desk JSl^.liO 11" Upper I'.nokciisc per- S7!).r>0 Lamp Tuhle $y».50 Tabl Chai (Wood Sen! ) See This Collection Now On Display at Jacoby's Open Dully 0-5; Open Fridays 1>-1> Other ICvi'iiiiigK Ity Appointment or for l''urniture Information I'hon BUY ON CONVENIENT BUDGET PAYMENTS Park Fioo In Lot At Rear Entrance BROADWAY, ALTON

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