Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNK 11, I960 The Women Social Events~-Group Activities iss Boesch Becomes the Bride Of Richard Albert Schwegel i * Miss Doris Jean Boesch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boesch of Ft. Worth, ; Tex., became the bride of ! Richard Albert Schwegel, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Alois 0. Schwegel of 3000 Shady PI., this morning at 11 o'clock Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The immediate families and wedding party had breakfast at noon in Hotel Stratford, and the couple is receiving until 4 o'clock this afternoon In the Stratford. They will honeymoon in Honolulu. The Rev. James A. Suddes read the ceremony and said nuptial mass in a setting of white gladioli and greenery. Miss Nancy Lee Boesch of* Ft. Worth, younger sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Joan Ann Norkus of East St. Louis, a former classmate of the bride at SIU. Alois O. Schwegel Jr. attended his brother as best man, and groomsman was Charles Muckensturm of Belleville. Seating guests were William Blaeuer and Edward Vomund, both of St. Louis. Max Hiendlmayr provided nuptial music. The chapel length gown, worn by the bride, was fashioned of silk organza. Its portrait neckline was embroidered with Alencon lace, and appliques of lace were featured on the wide skirt with a bustle back. The sleeves were bracelet length. The bride wore a tiered veil, secured to a crown of pearls and rhinestones, and she carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and ivy. The bride's sister and Miss Norkus wore ballerina length dresses of dotted organza with wide scooped necklines and full scalloped puffed sleeves. Their head pieces of blue horsehair clips completed their costumes, and they held cascades of blue and white painted daisies. The former Miss Boesch is employed in the loan department of Germania Savings and Loan Association and has been residing at 1107 Washington Ave. She attended South- MRS. RICHARD ALBERT SCHWEGEL (Paul Cogan Photo) ern Illinois University here and in Carbondale, and is a graduate of East St. Louis Senior High School. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Lamm of 530 Leslie St., Wood River. Mr. Schwegel, who is doing graduate work at St. Louis University, is employed by Universal Match Corp. as development engineer in the avionics department, St. Louis. He has a degree from the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, is a graduate of Alton High School, and a member of the Wood River Township Junior Chamber of Commerce. The couple will live in Alton. Ann Landers He Can Worry When She Calls HIM by Wrong Name DEAR ANN LANDERS: What can I do about a wife who is just plain careless? She is always throwing my shirts into the washing machine with a pay check in the pocket, or a wallet with cash in it. She leaves the basement windows open and the rain comes gin and ruins the |lawn equipment, 've just about stopped letting er use the car ecause she can •never remem- Jber where she •parked it. Twice [she has takeh a |bus home and Ann Lander*, we've had to circle around town in a taxi together after supper to find it. She calls each of our four children by the wrong name. The kids are always saying "Ma, don't you know me?" This same woman never forgets our anniversary or her birthday. What do you make of it and what can I do? —CALL ME SAM. DEAR 8AM: Your wife is absent - minded. Since you're aware of her pattern of behavior, take care to remove your own wallet from your shirt pocket, check the basement windows and attend to the small details that most wives take care of. As for calling the children by the wrong names, there's not a mother in this world with more than one child who hasn't called them ALL by the wrong names. When your wile starts to call YOU by the wrong name, then you can start to worry- • • « • DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 15 and have never had a date with a boy. The main reason is because we have money and my father drives a Cadillac. The boys at school think they are not good enough for roe. I wish we had a cheaper car like most people, but we don't. Whenever my dad pick* me up at school or drops me off I hide my face but it doesn't help. My personality could he better, too. I blush a lot and can't think ot anything to say when • boy talks to me. Can you help me overcome my dateless- -SELF CONSCIOUS. DEAR S.C.: I hate to deprive you of a great excuse but boys couldn't care less whether you traveled by Cadillac, llama pack or piggy-back. The key to popularity is naturalness and friendliness. Be yourself, then forget all about YOU and concentrate on HIM. The art of being a good conversationalist is knowing how to listen. • » • » DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm very much in love with a fellow I've known for over 13 years. Ollie drinks quite a bit but I have never nagged him about it. I figure It's his stomach not mine. I've been asking him when we're going to get married. After 13 years a 3111 has a right to expect a fellow to get serious. He says he's afraid to marry me because we're related. (His dad's sister married my dad's brother.) He says if he married me people would say he had to marry a relative because a stranger wouldn't have him. Please, Ann, tell me how i can get this man to be sensible. —JOSIE. DEAR JOSIE: You are first cousins and many states do not permit first cousins to marry. Aside from this, a drinking man is not- my idea of a good marriage prospect. Consider yourself lucky you are not mar- •ied to him, and look elsewhere. It may be his stomach but believe me, it would be your headache. * * • • Confidential t o SNOH'KD: When you get tired of "the greatest thing that ever happened" go home where you belong. If you're lucky, your wife may take you back. * • * • Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? If so. send tor ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Teenage Smoking." em-losing with your request 10 cents in coin and a large, selt- addressed envelope.) Copyright, I960. Field Enterprises, Inc. Lodges American Legion Auxiliary 126 will hold nomination and election of officers Monday evening at $ o'clock in American Legion Hume. Cook-Kelly Vows Said Today In a private ceremony at 11 o'clock this morning in Upper Alton Baptist Church, Miss Karen Lu Kelly and Glenn M. Cook were married by the Rev. Haydn W. Ambrose of the University Baptist Church, Champaign. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Kelly of 2926 College Ave., and Mr. Cook is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook, 10179 Starr Rd., Windsor, Calif. Breakfast was served at noon in Selhime's restaurant, and the couple will receive this afternoon from 2 until 4 o'clock in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford. Mrs. Robert Vonderohe, a college roommate of the bride, was matron of honor. Walter Yeranos from Cairo, Egypt, was best man. Mrs. Thomas Hennessey played organ selections. The former Miss Kelly wore a white embroidered linen street length dress, with matching Juliet cap, and carried a bouquet of white daisies. Mrs. Vonderohe wore a pastel green dress, a matching bandeau, and carried yellow daisies. The bride is a graduate of the University of Illinois where she received her bachelor of science degree in psychology. She will continue her schooling while employed as a counselor in the women's residence halls of the university. Mr. Cook received his bachelor of science degree from the University of California, and will receive his doctorate in physical chemistry from the University of Illinois in the fall semester. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and American Physical Society, and has been doing research and instructing under a teaching fellowship from the Drug and Chemical Industries of Illinois. After a honeymoon, the couple will he at home June 15, at 300 S. Goodwin St., Apt. 511, Urbana, 111. Couple Showered In Park Mr. and Mrs. John Pickering were honored Thursday evening at the house in the Roxana Community Park at a miscellaneous shower. The room was decorated in lavender and yellow and wedding bells were hung over the gift table. Mrs. Pickering is the former Miss Sharon Tucker of Bethalto. and the couple was married May 20. Forty-live persons attended Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs Marion Feuquay. Mrs. James Anderson and Mrs. Sebert Anderson. The couple will leave next weekend for Fort Campbell, Ky., where Mr. Pickering is stationed with the paratrooper!). Cooking Cues When you are making t frozen dessert in your refrigerator .;et the control ior fast treeing. Mfeg McCool, Dale L. Eisenreich Exchange Vows Thi§ Afternoon i Before in altar decorated with white stock, larkspur and asters, arranged with wood* wardia in Alton Gospel Tabernacle, Miss Jewel McCool and Dale L. Eisenreich were married at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. Albert V. Moginot, pastor of Bible Pret- byterlan Church, read the ceremony when the bride was given in marriage by her brother Buell McCool. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. McCool of 777 Condit St., Wood River, and Mr. Elsenrelch's parents are Mrs. James Martin of Columbus, Ohio, and Emil W. Eisenreich of 2471 Sylvan Lane. The couple will receive until 6 o'clock in Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall. .The bridal gown was embroidered nylon tulle over satin designed with long sleeves, Sabrina neckline, and a bouffant skirt terminating in a,chapel length train. The bride's veil of silk Illusion was attached to a half- hat of pleated tulle and lace, and she carried a cascade of lilies of the valley with a cluster of white orchids. Mrs. Robert Murray, Greenfield, attended her sister as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Puckett of Wood River, and Mrs. Eugene Martin of Columbus, Ohio. They wore full skirted ballerina length dresses of variegated orchid chiffon over taffeta, designed with short sleeves and round necklines. Short veils of orchid netting were secured by headbands of orchid in leaf design. They held French nosegays of pink roses and stephanotis. William B. Drakes was best man, and groomsmen were Carl Nepute of Florissant, and Malcolm Menard. Guests were seated by Robert Tunehorst and Noel Smith. Nancy and Gary Wooff, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wooff, were flower girl and MRS. DALE L. EISENREICH (Photo by Cantor) ring bearer, respectively. Mrs. Charles Ballard served as organist and accompanied Noel Smith, who sang. The couple will reside at 918 Main St. The bride is employed by General Motors Acceptance Corp., and is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Comunity High School. Her husband, an employe of Carrier Corp., St. Louis, is an alumnus of Alton High School and Washington University. Mrs. Harold Cook Entertains Old and New AAUW Boards Mrs. Harold Cook, recently installed president of Alton branch, American Association of University Women, entertained members of the board of directors for the coming year and those of the past year at her home, 34 Ramona place, Godfrey, Thursday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. William G. Grandfield, past president, and Miss Isabel D. Phisterer. Board members for the coming year will be: Mrs. William G. Osborn, historian; Mrs. William Wicks and Mrs. W. A. Roglis, membership; Mrs. Monte Jacoby, program; Miss Phisterer, arts; Miss Agnes Fiske, elementary and secondary education; Mrs. Grandfield, higher education; Dr. Ruth Kilchenmann, international relations; Mrs. John D. Schweitzer, mass media; Miss Ermel Kelsey, social and economic issues; Dr. Clara Menger, status of women; Miss Julia Foster, scholarship and fellowship. Mrs. Ray Luken, publicity and by-laws; Mrs. Earl Gaylord, building fund; Mrs. Henry E. Maul, recent graduates; Mrs. James Price, pre-school child study group; Mrs. William McDonald, hospitality; Miss Claudean E. Turtle, telephone; and Mrs. John H. Thomas, yearbook. Plans were discussed for a book fair to be held in August under the supervision of Mrs. CJaylord and Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. Grandfield was presented a gift from members of her board. Board members of the Alton branch met with members of the Wood River branch for a combined workshop Friday evening in East Alton Savings and Loan Association building. Betrothal Told In Carlinville Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Klaus of Carlinville, announce the engagement of their only daughter, Delores to John Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harms of Auburn. Miss Klaus is a 1958 graduate of Carlinville High School and has been employed by the law firm of Rinaker, Hebron and O'Connell. Mr. Harms is a 1954 graduate of Auburn High School and is employed by the Western Electric Co. An October wedding is planned. D of I Meets June 21 Daughters of Isabella. Alton Circle, will have a putluck supper on Tuesday evening, June 21, at 6 o'clock in Westerner Club. According to information supplied the Telegraph, tiw supper was iistfd in Friday's Pate Book as June 14. College Notes Miss Carole Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Edward Meyer of Northmoor place, Godfrey, has returned .home from Drake University in Des Moines, after completing her freshman year at the school. She was accompanied by two classmates, Miss Nancy DeVoe of New York City, and Miss Gail Cella of Park Ridge. The three are vacationing at Lake of the Ozarks and will return to the Meyer home Monday. Bruce Lyon, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lyon, D'Adrian Gardens, has returned home for the summer after completing his freshman year in pre-medical work at Northwestern University. He will serve on the staff of Northwestern's yearbook next year. Ron Rain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Rain, 4 W. Elm St., received a bachelor of arts degree in graduation exercises held Monday morning at Millikin University, Decatur. Mr. Rain is a member of University Chorus and A Cappella Choir; was vice president of the sophomore class; freshman camp counselor; on Religious Emphasis Week committees; Interfrater- nity Council; homecoming shows; Student Council member. He was recently honored at the university annual' Awards Day program. Allen Kunz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kunz. 85 E. Elm St., received a bachelor of science degree from Millikin University in the Fairview Park Pavilion at Decatur. Mr. Kunz was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity; homecoming show; Town and Gown dramatic roles; and was on the senior honor roll recently released by the university. Garth Allistair Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Hamilton of Elsah, was graduated on June 9 from the Principia Upper School in St. Louis. John Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mitchell of Elsah. was one of the undergraduates honored at thu Awards Ceremony preceding graduation. He received th« National Athletic Scholarship award. Miss Jan ten Feted At Kridal Shower Mrs. Neal Schwartzkopf of the Fosterburg road entertained 15 persons in her home last night honoring Miss Alice Jansen who will be married June 18. Mrs. Schwartzkopf was assisted by her daughters, Terry and Christy Schwai Ukopf, who will act as flower girl and junior bridesmaid, respectively, in the wedding party. The gift table was centered with a miniature bride and groom surrounded by summei flowers Red roses were arranged throughout the house. Miss Blake Honored at Hawaiian Luaii Seventeen persons were entertained at a Hawaiian Luau Thursday night given in honor of Miss Judith Blake, who will be married next Saturday to Roland Tutt. The party was held in the home of Mrs. Raymond Schindewolf, 802 Maurice St. Also hostesses were Mrs. Winston Harris, Mrs. C. J. Pauke- tat, and Mrs. Everett Beasley. Guests came dressed in native Hawaiian costume, and were served punch in Tiki bowls with long straws. Hawaiian lanterns were hung from the ceiling, and the dining table was centered by floating water lilies, cymbidium orchids, and candles. The bride-elect was presented with gifts of a personal nature from the guests, who were co-workers at The Vogue. Earlier Miss Blake was honored at a kitchen shower given by Miss Mary Ellen Tutt and her mother, Mrs. William Tutt in their home at 1105 E. Seventh St. Eleven persons attended and party appointments were in pink and white. Shoiver Honors Miss Atteberry Miss Judy Atteberry was honored Thursday evening at a miscellaneous bridal shower in Onized Club. Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Cox, Mrs. Elliot Hale and Mrs. Merrill Cox. Gifts from the 19 guests were placed on a table centered by a pastel colored umbrella. The refreshment table was decorated with spring garden flowers. Miss Atteberry will be married on July 2 to Donald Trowbridge of Godfrey, in College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Marriage Announced In White Hall Miss Sherill B1 e s s m a n, daughter of Mrs. Virginia Blessman of Shreveport, La., and Robert Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Campbell of White Hall were married Friday, June 3, in the chapel of Kingshighway Christian Church, Shreveport. The ceremony was performed at 4 o'clock by Dr. William E. Wright. The bridegroom is a student at Texas Christian University, where he is preparing for the ministry, and the bride, a religious education major, is attending Brite College of the Bible, at Fort Worth. Beauty Tips Skin tones change with the years. Take that factor into consideration when dyeing the hair. Hottis and Motsinger Marriage The First Mrthodist Church of Wood River was the scene of the wedding this afternoon of Miss Sandra Kay Motsinger and Charles David KoIHs. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Edwin Grant before an altar banked with palms, gladioli and can* delabra. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Motsinger, 229 E. Acton Ave., Wood River, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles David Hollis, 3321 Wabash Ave., Granite City. Miss Karen Schenk was maid of honor, and Miss Judy Ford, the bride's cousin, was bridesmaid. Robert Rongey of Granite City was best man, and Glen Hollls, the bridegroom's brother, was groomsman. Seating the guests was Mike Holland. Mrs. Vera Hanson was organist. The bride wore a street length dress of chiffon and taffeta with * scooped neckline, bouffant skirt, and trimmed in heavy cotton lace. A pearl studded crown held her veil of illusion, and she carried a cascade of stephanotls and ivy with detachable orchid corsage. The maid of honor wore a coral dress of lace over taffeta, and the bridesmaid wore a yellow dress of the same material Both featured bouffant skirts with butterfly bows, and their flowers were cascades of daisies. They wore veiled headpieces to match their dresses. The former Miss Motsinger was graduated this month from East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mr. Hollis attended Granite City High School, and is employed by the Hollis Lumber Co., in Granite City. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will reside at 1004 Raynolds St., Madison. MRS. CHARLES L. CROWE (Matlack Studio) Croive-Schoeberle Nuptials Read in Brighton Church Married in Brighton at noon today were Miss Mary Helen Schoeberle and Charles L. Crowe. The Rev. Charles Englum performed the ceremony in St. Alphonsus Catholic CJiurch. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoe- berle of Brighton, and the bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Crowe. A reception was held for members of the immediate families in Moonlight Restaurant 'MRS. CHARLES DAVID HOLLIS (Schlobohm Photo) Pre-Nuptial Shoivers For Judith Smith Miss Judith Smith was honored Thursday evening at a pre-nuptial shower given by Mrs. Fred Thiele and Mrs. Leroy Kline, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ontis, 78 E. Elm St. Sixteen guests presented Miss Smith with gifts for her home. Pink and white streamers and a bride doll decorated the gift table, and flowers were used throughout the home. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. PICKUP i DELIVERY A shower was given for Miss Smith recently at the home of Mrs, Wilbur Young in Eci- wardsville, by Mrs. Herman Rhoads, Mrs. Lester Youn;?. Mrs. David Patton and Mrs. Young. Sixteen guests presented the honoree with miscellaneous gifts. Miss Smith will be married' this month to Richard Mellenthin. BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTIR WOOLEN! 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Mr. Crowe will receive a bachelor of science degree in education from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, on June 15, and is now director of physical activities at the YMCA in Sterling, El. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will reside at 404 E. Second St., Rock Falls, 111. Watson and Boente Engagement Told In Carlinville Mrs. Frank Boente of Carlinville, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Beatrice Ann, to Samuel Watson of Gtllespie. She is the daughter of the late Frank J. Boente. Miss Boente is a graduate of Carlinville High School and is employed as bursar by Blackburn College. Mr. Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson of Giilespie, is employed by Dow Metal Corp.. Madison. He is a World War n veteran.- A July wedding is planned. 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