Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
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teal-Baptist Wedding Shelbyville Church MRS. THOMAS VERLE MONICAL ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MRS. THOMAS HENRY HUGHES (Gravemann Photo) Miss Collman Marries Thomas Henry Hughes The Rev. Erwin J. Kolb officiated at the wedding Saturday evening of Miss Willene Joyce Collman and Thomas Henry Hughes at 7:30 o'clock In Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto, before an altar deco. rated with white gladioli. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Collman of 422 Doerr St., Roxana, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hughes of Springfield. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the social room of the church. Miss Alice Neuhaus of Bethalto was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Albert 1 Bayer of EdwardsvUle, and Mrs. Jack Kelly of Decatur. Tracy Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arnold of . Rosewood Heights was flower jdrl, and David Fee, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. William Feq Of Athens, HI., was ring bearer. Richard Hughes of Spring- "ft*ldf was best man for his tyrether. The bride's brother, William J. Collman of Roxana, James W. Hill of Spring, were groomsmen. Ush§lf were Eugene Helmkamp Of More, and Loren Barrels Of B*thalto. Miss Edith Helm- fcamp was organist and Leon- Wilkening, vocalist. The bride's gown of chiffon taffeta was fashioned with Sa- j*ina neckline, and full skirt accented by a back bow secured to a chape] train. She wore a scalloped queen'* crown of lace holding a finger tip tulle veil Her cascade bouquet was made of a purple orchid, stephanotis, and English ivy The adult attendants wore matching gowns of apple green, buttercup yellow and fweet orchid, in ballerina ieagtfe, accented with bows on DM skirts. Their were matching bow clips. The flower girl wore a strawberry silk dress identical to the maids', and all of the attendants carried fans decorated with carnations. The former Miss Collman was graduated in 1958 from Illinois State Normal University with a bachelor of science degree in education, and after receiving her master's degree this fall, wUl teach in Butler School at Springfield. Mr. Hughes received his bachelor of science degree from the same university in 1959, has taught in Athens High School for the past year, and will teach in U. S. Grant Junior High School in Springfield this fall. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will reside at the New Cardinal Courts, Apt. E-52, Normal, HI. Marriage Saturday In Upper Alton Mrs. Anna Jeannia Jefferson Ray of 1216 E. Broadway, and Joe ChappeU of 946 Danforth St.. were married Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in Upper Alton Baptist Church. The Rev. Robert J. Cochran officiated at the ceremony. Miss Judy Doerr was bridesmaid, and Gerald T. Bagley Jr., was groomsman. Mrs. Ray wore a white street lengtn sheath dress, a white hat with a short veil, and an orrhid corsage. Miss Doerr wore a pale blue ballerina length dress, blue hat, and a corsage of pink roses. The groom is employed by Alton Box Board Co., in its Godfrey plant. The couple will re&ide at 1216 £. Broadway. first Methodist Church in Shelbyville, HI., was the scene Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Beverly Jean Baptist and Thomas Verle Monlcal. The ceremony wan read by the Rev. Harold Couenther. paator of the church, and was followed by a reception In the church dining room. The couple Is honeymooning at Kentucky Lake and upon their return wilt live at 4489 Laclede St., St. I/nils. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs, John J. Smith of Shelbyville, and Mr. Monica P« parents are Mr. and Mrs. F. Verle Monlcal of 13 Hebner Dr. John J. Smith gave the bride in marriage. Miss Baptist entered the sanctuary in a floor length, long sleeved gown of silk organza and Alencon lace. The full skirt and train featured cabbage roses and,beaded lace motifs. Her crown of pearls and organza secured her silk illusion veil, and she carried cascading white roses. The bride was attended by Mrs. Merle Chapman of Shelbyville; Miss Sue Monicil, ils- ter of the bridegroom; Miss Elaine Wachex of Carthage, Mo., a Delta Gamma sorority sister at Washlnsrton Unlve r - slty; and Miss Judith Walker of Shelbyville. They wore short sleeved, street length dresses of pink silk organ/a. Their small pill box hats matched their dresses and they held pink roses and white carnations in cascade arrangements. Mr. Monical's attendants were Harold Patton of Ed- wardsvllle, Jim Murdoch and Bruce Kenamore of St. Louis, and James Hascall of Millstadt. Mr. Patton, Mr. Kenamore, and Mr. Hascnll are Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity brothers of the groom at Washington University. Serving as ushers were Kent Lattig, Micky McBride, Bob Diaz, and Bob Bunselmeyer. Don Denby of Alton sang,' accompanied by John Hawk of Shelbyville, organist. Acting as flower girl for the ceremony was Wendy Baptist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Baptist, nnd Rickie Baptist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Baptist. The bride, a graduate of Washington University, is employed by Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, as a physical therapist. Her husband, a graduate of the same school and of Alton High School, will enter the school of medicine at Washington University in the fall. Nancy Preis, Marvin Akers Are Married Given in marriage by her foster father, William H. Wagner Sr., Miss Nancy Jo Preis. 1519 Clawson St., became the bride of Marvin Akers at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon In Calvary Southern Baptist Church. The Rev. Howard Taylor performed the ceremony, after which the couple received in the church educational building. Miss Preis is the daughter of Mrs. Alice Preis of Mountain Home, Ark., and the late Everett Preis. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. James A. Akers of Jerseyville, and the late Mr. Akers. The bride wore a princess style gown of moire and lace, with high neckline and full skirt with small train. Her short veil was held in place by a small crown of seed pearls. She carried a Bible from which fell a cascade arrangement of lilies of the valley and ribbons. Miss Sandra Davis was bridesmaid, and wore a street length dress of orchid hue, with full skirt ruffled at the back. She carried a yellow colonial bouquet, and wore a pearl and orchid headdress. William Preis, the bride's brother, was best man, and ushers were William Crane and Keith Akers of Jerseyville. Miss Anita Blayney and Mrs. Regina Price rendered musical selections. The fornier Miss Pries was graduated with the 1960 class of Alton High School, and is employed part-time at Coney Island Restaurant. Mr. Akers, a graduate of Jerseyville High School, is a Marine Reserve, and is employed by Owens- Illinois. After a honeymoon, the couple will reside at 406 Main St. ACSL Tea Re-Set For Thti Thursday Alton Community Service League will have a membership tea in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Allen. 41>6 Belleview Ave., Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The tea was originally planned for Monday, June 20. Wr\ *vi an YV Omen MONDAY, JUNS13,1WO Drennan Social Events —Group Activities MRS. PAUL THOMAS PABEN (Gravemann Studio Photo) MRS. ROBERT MORRIS MONTGOMERY (Photo by BurJes-Roberts Studio) Montgomery and Towse Vows Said Saturday College Avenue Presbyterian Church was the setting late Saturday afternoon for the marriage of Miss Marian Sue Towse and Robert Morris Montgomery. The altar was lighted by pink tapers in candelabra, and decorating the altar were bouquets of white stock and pink Majestic daisies against a background of woodwardia. The Rev. John C. Castle read the ceremony at 4 o'clock after which the couple received friends in the church parlors. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron W. Towse, 3414 Oak Dr., and Mr. Montgomery's parents are Mrs. Blanche Montgomery of Grafton and the late Thomas Montgomery. Miss Towse was attended by her sister. Mrs. Jean Towse Rogers, and Oral Montgomery of Oxnard, Calif., served his brother as best man. Ushers were Robert W. Towse unl Charles B. Towse, brothers "f the hride. The bride's uncle, Sigmimd Reid. sang, accompanied by Marinus Bardoiph, organist. The bride wore a colonial style waltz length gown of silk and Alencon lace. The bodice featured a low neckline and short sleeves, and the full skin presented an apron effect. Her veil of tulle was attached to a Juliet cap of lace and pearls, and she carried cascading smilax interspersed with stephanotis and orchids. Mrs. Rogers appeared in a wide-skirted dress of aqua silk organza. Accenting tfa» back was an aqua bow with streamers from the waist to the hemline. Her headpiece was a veiled bow, and she held a^ bouquet of pink aristocrat* roses. The newlyweds will reside in Cedar Rapids this summer, and in September will go to West Lafayette, Ind., to live. Mr. Montgomery will begin work on his doctorate degree in electrical engineering at Purdue University there, and his wife will teach school. Both are graduates of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. 'Old Timers Night' Set Tonight by Area Barbershoppers The Greater Alton Area Chapter of the Barbershoppers will observe "Old Timers' Night" this evening at 8 o'clock in Alton Recreation Center. Former members are expected from Jerseyville, Greenfield. CarlinviUe, and Highland, and guests will come from St. Louis. Several quartets will perform including The Four Sharps, The Altones, The Harmonites and The Key Pickers. The program will be open to the public. Miss Joanne Aldene Leon* ard, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs, Clyde L. Leonard of 211 W. Main St., Bethatto, became the bride of Paul Thomas Paben of Quincy Saturday evening at 7 o'clock hi Bethalto Methodist Church. The Rev. Leo Copeland officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard gave a reception later. In the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford. The newlyweds are honeymooning for two weeks in New York and will make their home In Flushing, Long Island, N.Y. The bridal gown of silk taffeta was designed along prin>- cess lines with oval neckline and brief sleeves. Jewels trimmed the empire bodice, and two tied bows lent back interest at the waistline. The bride wore a waist length veil of silk Illusion attached to a crown of pearls and crystals, and carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, stephanotis and philodendron foliage. Mrs. Donald C. Gilkison of Champaign served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Thomas C. Leonard, Htu^h- ton, Mich., sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Joan Christopher of Columbia, 111.; and Miss Delores Taylor, Zion, HI. Mrs. Gilkison and Miss Christopher are Pi Beta Phi sorority sisters of the bride at the University of Illinois. They were all attired In ballerina length frocks of turquoise taffeta. Wide panels accented the bell - shaped skirts, and the young women wore matching bow clips to which silk maline veils were secured. Their cascade bouquets were made up of yellow carnations. Attending Mr. Paben were Robert P. Will of Zion; Reaugh Eaton of Flora; Noel Thyson, Quincy; and Thomas Leonard. Mr. Will and Mr. Eaton are Sigma Pi fraternity brothers of the bridegroom at the University of Illinois. Seating guests were Gary Paben, brother of the groom, and James Leonard, brother of the bride. Mark Paben, another brother of the groom, was ringbearer. Mrs. Richard Wakeford and Marinus Bardoiph furnished nuptial music for the ceremony. A graduate of Civic Memorial High School, the bride received a bachelor of science degree in home economics from the University of Illinois this year. Her husband, a graduate of the university in the same class, earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing. In addition to his social fraternity, Mr. Paben was' a member of Skull apd Cressent, an honorary ' fraternity which he served as president. He will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army Infantry on June 17, and will begin two years of duty at Ft. Benning, Ga. The Rev. Mr. Berry And Family Feted In Grace Church The Rev. Robert J. Berry, new pastor of Grace Methodist Church, with his wife and children, were honored at a reception in the church last night. More than 100 members and friends of the church attended. Mrs. Arthur Weber was in charge of the program, and she was assisted by a committee of members of Women's Society of Christian Service. Children of the church presented a musical program during the evening. Playing the. piano were Terri Hedger, Barbara Graul, David Keyser and George Taylor. Dale Petersen played the electric guitar. Return Home Miss Jeanne Morrissey has returned from Minnesota, where she attended commence, ment exercises June 3, at Bemidji State College, in which Larry 'West received a bachelor' of science degree. Mr. West, who will teach in Roxana Junior High School this fall, and his wife, the former Miss Nancy Pelot, returned with Miss Morrissey. Hair B*M0v«d By «iecuolv*ui M «k*JB*0». mwater * Society ol HVltNS'S BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Honeymooning in Nassau Miss Leonard Is Bride Of Paul Thomas Paben MRS. JOHN EDWARD CLEMENTS (Gravemann Studio Photo) MRS. OVAL J. REED (Gravemann Photo). Reed-Daughhetee Nuptials In Church of Nazarene Mfrwynwentng to Nassauiln tM Bahamas art John Ed* w«d Ctenwntt •«! hit bride, the former tO» EUwbtthAm Dreftnan, who ««• married Sunday afternoon at 4 o'oteck to 2Km Lotiwran awreh, Bethalto. The bride Is tt» daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Byron 8. Own- nan of 18 N. Wltoau St - °° l tag* HHIs, and Mr. Clempnts is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Clements of Florissant, Mo. The Rev. Irwin J. Kolb of- fteiated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception in the church parlors. The altar, lighted by candles, was decorated with yellow and white spring flowers. Mark- Ing the pews were white satin bows tied with lilies of the valley. The bride wore a gown of ivory silk taffeta and Alencon lace, with rounded neckline and Italian bell skirt ending in a cathedral length train. Her floor length veil was gathered to a pearl crown, and she held a bouquet of Talisman roses, stephanotis and ivy centered by a white orchid. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Lynne Ellyn Drennan. Bridesmaids were Miss Carole Brooks of Flora; Miss Betty Patterson, Moline: and Miss Barbara Witzman of Springfield. They were attired In street length dresses "of light green dotted-Swiss styled similarly to that worn by the bride. They wore matching-- flower crowns and carried white lace fans with glamelias shaded from yellow to orange. William Maynard of Trenton, Ky., served as best man. Groomsmen were Wayne E. Nations of Alton; Alfred Schroeder of Belleville; and Edward L. WoehJecke of Sikeston, Mo. Ushers were Harry Theil and Charles E. Cements, brother of the groom. Music for the ceremony was provided by a trio comprised of Miss Deanna Vlasich of Gillespie; Miss Patricia Mayor and Miss Carole Ann Jewell, both of Decatur. Miss Vlasich was soloist and Mrs. Leroy Heerin was organist. The former Miss Drennan, a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, was graduated from Milikin University this month with a degree in music education. Her social sorority is Pi Beta Phi, and she was also a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, music honorary. She will teach music in the Collinsvjlle School District. Mr. Clements is a recent graduate of the. School of Journalism at the University of Missouri and is' employed as news editor for Ozark Airlines, Inc., St. Louis. His social fraternity is Kappa Alpha Order, and he is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, honorary fraternity in journalism. The couple will live in Collinsville. Vows were exchanged Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock by Miss Sue Daughhetee of East Alton, and Oval J. Reed of Jerseyville, in Alton Church of the Nazarene. Rev William B. Kelly of Champaign Grace Church, an.d the Rev. Robert Weathers of the Alton Nazarene Church officiated at the ceremony, in a setting of palms, gladioli and candelabra. Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Daughhetee of 251 E. Airline Dr., are parents ,of the bride, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oval Reed of Jerseyville. Tne couple received in the President's Room of the Onized Club after the ceremony. Mrs. Donald Weeks was matron of honor, and Miss Lynn Park, cousin of the bride, from Poplar Bluff, Mo., was bridesmaid, The flower girl was Jean Marie Daughhetee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daughhetee, and niece of the bride. Dbn Suhiing, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. John Winters was groomsman, and ushers were Gene Daughhetee, brother of the bride, and Jesse Tolbert, cousin of the bridegroom. Rev. Gerald Van Tine played the piano and Mrs. Don Moore sang before and during the ceremony. Chantilly lace over nylon net and satin fashioned the bride's gown. The bodice was designed with a Sabrina neckline, and the bouffant skirt had panels of lace sweeping into a chapel train. Her headpiece was a French lace cap outlined with pearls, holding the veil of illusion. Her flowers were pompons and an orchid attached to a Bible. The matron of honor was attired in a gown of mint green chiffon over taffeta, with a sash falling to the hemline at the back. The bridesmaid's gown of orchid and the flower girl's dress of mint green were identical to that of the matron of honor, and'all carried baskets' of pompons to match tneir dresses. The former Miss Daughhetee is a graduate of Roxana Community High School in Roxana. Her husband is a 1956 graduate of Jersey Community High School, and is employed by Russell-Miller Milling Co. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will live at 1110 Danforth St. Sun-Dried? DM HO 5-W77 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL SALON lot w. TMrtf «i. • ALTON 4 2nd Floor • « «t ~ 4* Comfortably Air-Condltloned Alton Utt *.7I9I JUNE BEAUTY SPECIAL! REG. $10 COLD WAVE NOW JUST 5 00 ^•^ COMHITS Hoireuti from 1.50 V Crfmt Cold Wavt • Vtt four CAerj* XrtMMl Give your skin every time you wash wHhSauman rtatmnt, with fcy, u you . ng else softens, soothes, restores good skin health li ebii bath. Eeach for

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