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PAGE TIM ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 17, I960 The Women Social Eivnti-^Group Activities Mrs. Frank Zeitltn is awarded the Alton Community Service League Award for volunteer service at a tea Thursday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Allen, 426 Belleview Ave. The presentation is being made by Mrs. Augusfe Hershey.— Staff Photo. Mrs. Zeitlin Receives Service League Award Mrs. Frank Zeitlin received the Alton Community Service League Award for the greatest number of service hours contributed to the community, for the second consecutive year, at a membership tea Thursday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Allen, 426 Belleview Ave. It was announced that the , total number of service hours contributed by league members to the community is 4,852. Mrs. Auguste Hershey gave a brief history of the league. The history included the work done by the league, both financial and in volunteer service. Mrs. Clyde Borman was the first president when the group was organized in 1956. For the past three years the league's main project has been Area Beautification. Attending as guests for the tea were Mrs. Harold Ledingham, Mrs. James Hull, Mrs. George Prout and Mrs. Roy Adams. They were introduced by Mrs. Hershey. Junior Service League Plans Future Activities Members of Junior Service League discussed plans for summer and autumn activities at a luncheon meeting Thursday in Hotel Stratford. Among plans are those for the annual fall fund raising event which will be a tea dance again this year. Arrangements are completed for the annual summer day camp for the handicapped, operated by the league in cooperation with the Easter Seal Treatment Center, at Monticello College. The camp is scheduled for July 18-29. Mrs. Dale Wickenhauser and Mrs. Ned Wuellner reported on these arrangements. Mrs. John Roach, acting director of the treatment center, announced activities to be offered for those attending the camp. There will be art instruction, handicrafts, dancing, dramatics, fishing, swimming, and speech and occupational therapy. Four league members will be In attendance each day at the camp. Members will entertain their husbands at a picnic on June 28 at Western Military Academy. The affair will begin at 6 o'clock, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Herbert Hellrung, chairman of the social committee. Mrs. Irvin H. Blumfield, chairman of the league's aid to schools project, reported that 77^4 hours have been donated for clerical work in the past two weeks. A letter of appreciation for this work was read from the principal of Washington School. Mrs. Mather Pfeiffenberger Jr., chairman of the baby tooth survey, reported that some Mother's Helper FOR »bout-to-be«tn •wtm- awrs, tfce tetbtub is » «ou* training 9001 with your •upmition. Sufgett to your future etuuip that be te*ro t. fut fcto f*e* under W»UT •a** MM buttle* M low! t» be Me. Nt MM la tbe »*te», of tour**. AM! »b«ve »U— <ta»1 fern lhfc IIMM. eve* tatbefebl t )*» MM »«* «MM teeth already have been re- fceived. Forms are now available in the city library, the YWCA, in various offices of dentists and pediatricians, and in the Dick and Foster Drug stores. These forms will be distributed in the public and parochial schools to first, second and third grade pupils In the fall, Mrs. Pfeiffenberger said. Mrs. Ray Ward, chairman of the nominating committee, announced candidates for the membership committee which will be elected in December. Mrs. Clifford Woodford requested that members contribute children's books to the league sponsored hospital book shelves. This was the final meeting of the season for the group. Their next session will be held in September. Carlin Rebekahs Honor 'Non-Mothers 1 "Non-mothers" were honored Thursday evening by Carlin Rebekah Lodge members in Greenwood Hall. Mrs. Virgil Brown and Miss Laura Baker received gifts. Miss Millie Moulton was program chairman and Mrs. Mabel Haggerman of Brighton gave several readings. Plans were made to initiate a class of candidates on July 21. It was announced that Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCoy, Mrs. Charles Parker, Mrs. Robert Goode and Mrs. Homer Hodson will attend the key meeting of Rebekahs at Centralia, Saturday. Sigma Gamma Guild Closes Its Season In Gent Home Mrs. Ralph Gent and Mrs. 11. Rue Henderson entertained members of the Sigma Gamma Guild of Church of the Redeemer. Congregational, at a party Thursday in the Gent residence. 410 Rozier St. Luncheon was served and the afternoon was spent playing cards. The guild will not meet again until September when Mrs. George Elliott will be hostess in her home, 3211 College Ave. flamingos Bowl A bowling party for 16 members, and friends of the Flamingo Club was held at the Rowl-O-Crat Bowling Alley in St. Ixjuis Thursday evening. The group will meet next for a potluck supper in Rock Spring Park, Thursday evening, June 30 at 6:30 o'clock. Lytle and Mindrup Marriage Dr. and Mrs. Robert O. Mindrup of Jerseyvllle have announced the marriage of their daftghter, Miss Cynthia Mindrup to Paul A. Lytle Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lytle Sr. of Shaker Heights. Ohio. The marriage took place on April 11 In the Methodist Church at Maysvllle, Ky., and announcement of the nuptials was made following the bride's graduation June 13 from Dentson University, GranvilJe, Ohio. The newlyweds are on a wedding trip through Canada and upon their return will reside In Shaker Heights for the summer. The bride was graduated from Jersey Community High School in 1956 and received a bachelor of arts degree with a major In theater arts. She is a member of University Players, Pi Beta Phi sorority and Crossed Keys, Women's Honorary Service Society. In 1959 she was attendant to the Junior Prom Queen and served on the YWCA cabinet. Dr. and Mrs. Mindrup went to Granvllle to attend the graduation at Denison and returned to Jerseyville Tuesday While in school Miss Mindrup appeared in numerous plays including "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "Cler- ambard," "The Chalk Garden," "Daughters of Atreus," "Darkness at Noon/' "The Living Room," and "For the Time Being." Mr. Lytle will be a senior at Denison University next fall. He is a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. YWCA Art, Gift Market Date Set Mrs. Paul Isenberg, general chairman of the forthcoming YWCA Art and Gift Market has announced the date and chairmen of committees for the two-day event. The market is scheduled for Nov. 16 and 17 from 11 until 4 o'clock and from 7 until 9 o'clock in the gymnasium of the YWCA. Mrs. Laverne Bregenzer has been appointed to handle publicity; Mrs. Allen Barnerd and Mrs. S. A. Ricardi will be chairmen of intake and disbursement. Mrs. Eugene Sims is in charge of listings. Mrs. William Rogers and Mrs. Evert Kingery will be cashiers, and Mrs. L. O. Jones will be chairman of display. Heading a force of sales clerks will be Mrs. John Dippel. The market is planned for the purpose of selling hobby products of YWCA members. Included in the inventory will be such items as stuffed toys, ceramic work, leather work, wood work, home decorations, plants and fancy work. Gustafson And Rapp Nuptials Read Residing until August at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rapp, 321 Picker Ave., Wood River, are the Rapps' son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gustafson, who were married Thursday afternoon, June 9, at 1 o'clock in Bethlehem Lutheran Church at Elizabeth, N.J. Mrs. Gustafson is the former Miss Janice Kay Rapp. The couple was attended in the double ring ceremony by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gustafson of New York. The former Miss Rapp wore a gown of ivory tissue with tucked waistline and sleeves. Her veil of ivory tulle was secured to a hat of seed pearls, and she wore yellow roses. Her matron of honor wore a dress of Champaign lace with matching hat and roses. The bride, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, Is employed by the Granite City Fn- gineer Depot. Her husband received his bachelor of science degree from Fairleigh Diek- enson University in Rutherford, N.J., and is stationed with the Army at Granite City. The couple plans to move to New Jersey in August. Little Theater Will Benefit From Party Members of Little Theater, Inc.. met for a luncheon and card party Thursday afternoon in Union Electric Co., with 40 women in attendance. Mrs. Robeit Landiss was general chairman of the party, assisted by Mrs. Mark Jacobson and Mrs. James A'nieter. Proceeds of the affair will be added to the group'* building fund. MISS SONYA KIRK Miss Sonya Kirk Engaged To James Calvin Evans Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kirk of Carml, 111., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sonya, to James Calvin Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Evans of Wood River. Miss Kirk and her fiance are graduates of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale They plan to be married July 3 in Carmi. The bride-to-be, is a kindergarten teacher in Deerfleld, 111., and has accepted a position in the Webster Groves School System for next year. Mr. Evans is associated with Parke-Davis Co., St. Louis. Nuptials Read In Bunker Hill Miss Barbara Ann Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Williamson of Bunker Hill, became the bride of Marvin D. Hilyard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hilyard of Bunker Hill, last Saturday evening in First Congregational Church, Bunker Hill. The Rev. C. M. Miller and the Rev. William Fairbank officiated. The couple was attended by Miss Alice Froebel of Bunker Hill, and James Hilyard, brother of the groom. Gerald Weidner of Bunker Hill and Frank Franford of Fosterburg were ushers. The bride wore a waltz length dress of Chantilly lace over white satin. A crown of seed pearls and sequins held her finger tip veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Miss Froebel was dressed in a waltz length dress of nylon sheer organza of white and orchid. Mjss Froebel's orchid headpiece was adorned with white seed pearls and matching veil. Her colonial bouquet was composed of orchid carnations. A reception in the church basement followed the ceremony. The newlyweds are graduates of Bunker Hill High School. The bride is employed in the office of Dr. George J. Hess In Bunker-Hill and the groom is engaged in farming. Quirk-Rosecrnns Wedding Guests Are Arriving Out-of-town guests are arriving for the wedding Saturday of Miss Joann Rosecrans and James Quirk at the First Baptist Church, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Aiden Quirk, parents of the prospective bridegroom; Mrs. Catherine Quirk, his grandmother; Mrs. Charles Lombard and son, his aunt and cousin; and Nathan Rosenthal, are arriving from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Cunningham of Jacksonville, Fla., aunt and uncle of the bride- elect; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hutchinson of Lafayette, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosecrans and children of Elmwood, Ul., all her cousins, wilt also attend. Miss Albright Feted At Linen Shower Miss Sally Albright of Kendall Park, East Alton, was honored at a bridal shower given Thursday evening by Miss Donna Isted in her home at 302 Maple St., Roxana. The hostess was assisted by Miss Sue Isted. The gift table was centered by a miniature wedding cake and wedding hells in a turquoise and white theme. The 10 guests showered the hon oree with gifts of linen. Miss Albright will leave Monday to attend summer school at Illinois State Normal University, and will be married to Gene Klein on Aug. 28. Plan July 4 Picnic at Lockhaven Plans are underway for an all-day picnic at Lockhaven Country Club on July 4, it Is announced today. Norman Trowbridge, member of the board of directors and the house committee at the club has stated that the club is attempting to make this event one of the big family day affairs of the year. A barbecue dinner will be cooked on the patio by members of the club. Chefs will be headed by Lawrence Keller. A three-piece band will play for dancing from 6-9 o'clock on the patio. The pool will be open all day 'and refreshments will be served at the pool for the children. Members will bring guests. College Notes Miss Joyce Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis, 3512'•% Wickenhauser Ave., was graduated Wednesday evening from Southern Illinois University, C'arbondale, with a bachelor of science degree in education. Miss Davis has been employed by Owens-Illinois in its accounting department since April, and will teach in the business department of Southwestern High School in the fall. She and her parents attended a reception given for the June graduates at the home of the university president, Dr. Delyte Morris, Wednesday afternoon. Miss Davis' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davis, and son, Jerry of Brighton, also attended the ceremonies. Miss Lonna Lee Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lynn of Clifton Terrace, was among students at William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., who were on the achievement list for the spring semester, 1960. William Woods is a two-year college for women. Daniel Konko, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Konko of 21 Maurice St., received his bachelor of arts degree in design from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Wednesday. He plans to do graduate work at the university this fall. Reservations Close Today for Reunion Of 1935 Class Reservations may still be made today with Sigmund Reid for the 25 year reunion of the June, 1935 class of Alton High SchooJ, Saturday evening in Hotel Stratford. The evening will include a social and dinner hour beginning at 6 o'clock, and a dance from 9 until 1 o'clock, to the music of Boyd LaMarsh's Orchestra. Many out-of-town members are included in the 80 reservations received. The class sponsor and his wite, Coach and Mrs. Ray Jackson plan to attend. Bridal Shower for Sandra Alsobrook A bridal shower was given in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford Thursday evening for Mis» Sandra Alsobrook by Mrs. Donald Sawyer. Mrs. Robert Dale. Miss Noreen Dixon and Miss Linda Phipps. Gifts were arranged around a white lace umbrella, and decorations were pink and white. Three games were played by the 25 guests, and refreshments were served. Miss Alsobrook will be married to George FUcoff Jr., of Granite City, on July 19. Date Book fh^^fe II^MkA ^M^Mft BOOI mini Rran SUNDAY, 3\m 19 MM Anfllvefiafy Open Home, 12:30 luncheon, followed by reception, 2:30-5 p.m., Hlllcrest Community House; honoring Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wilson. Mete Oamm* tpullwi, junior chapter, 1 p.m. installation dinner, Motel Stratford. MONDAY. June 20 Alton CMMfen'g Theater Boat*, 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Mather Pfeiffenberger Jr., 15 Frontenac PI.. Oodrfey. Walton Chapter, OES, 7:45 p.m., Franklin Masonic Temple: past Matrons' and patrons' night, and anniversary observance. Noon Day club, 12:30 luncheon, Mrs. C. J. Jones, 5 W. Delmar Ave. Registration for YW-Monticelto prof ram, 10 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. Monticello College campus. TUESDAY, June 21 BPWC, 6:30 p.m., Sky Room, Hotel Stratford. Daughters of Isabella, Alton Circle, 6 p.m., potluck, Westerner Club. Zeta Beta Psl, Phi Chapter, 7:30 p.m., Miss Ann Schubert, 701 Main St. Beta Gamma I psllon, Junior chapter, 7:30 p.m., Mtss Kathleen May, 40 W. Marietta PI. Pbl Delta Cbl, Altha Chapter, 7 p.m., Miss Judith Fairbanks, Cliflon Terrace. WEDNESDAY, June 22 Upper Alton Women's Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. William Fabianic, 1821 Seminary St. Apolloa Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem, 6 p.m. banquet, Piasa Masonic Temple; official visit of supreme worthy high priestess. Lambda Chi Sub-Debs, 1 p.m., Miss Mary Ann Gillespey, 2127 Brown St., roughhouse, followed by induction at home of Miss Marjorie Fortschneider, 914 E. 5th St. THURSDAY, June 23 Zonta Club, 6:30 dinner, The Cibara. Soroptimist Club, noon luncheon. Mineral Springs Hotel. FRIDAY, June 24 No Meetings Scheduled. SATURDAY, June 25 80th Anniversary Open House, 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m., home of'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steck. 523 Summit St.; honoring Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen. Annual Garden Party, Ursuline Convent: sponsored by Ursuline Convent Auxiliary. Order of Rainbow for Girls, Alton Assembly, Franklin Masonic Temple. Class Reunion, June class of 1944 of Alton High School, 6:30 p.m., Sky Room of Hotel Stratford. Toast mistresses Install Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser was installed as president of Vida Nueva Toastmistress Club during its semi-annual installation dinner meeting in Hotel Stratford, Thursday evening. Mrs. A. J. Lowery is retiring president. A nautical theme was presented by Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser Jr., who installed the following members into Toastmistress offices: president, "Captain" Mrs. Wickenhauser; vice president, "Firet Mate" Mrs. Harold Patterson; secretary, "Keeper of the Log" Mrs. June Hartman; treasurer. "Ship's Paymaster" Mrs. William Hartman and club representative, "Comunications Officer" Mrs. Lowery. Mrs. Wickenhauser announced her committees for the fall season will include Mrs. M. Winter, hospitality; Mrs. John Rozic, and Mrs. William E a s s o n, program chairman; Mrs. George Goeken, parliamentarian; Mrs. Kenneth Long, historian; Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser, publicity; Mrs. Harold Patterson, membership chairman. Following the theme for the evening, "End Results," Mrs. Mildred Winter spoke on "Through the Years." Mrs. Winter as one of the founders of the club, gave a resume of its function and benefits over the past 11 years. She reminded members of the club's founding on Dec. 3, 1949. "Toastmistress from January to June," was the title of Mrs. Russell Hale's speech, which touched on highlights of the meetings through the past season. Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser gave a beatnik reading entitled "The Hip Raven," and led the table topic on "Abby's Advice." Critics for the speakers were Mrs. Kenneth Long, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. June Hartman. General evaluator was Mrs. William Walter, and Mrs. Robert Spaulding was toastmistress. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. George Patterson of Ohio, and Mrs. Samilee Myers of Edwardsville. The group will have a barbecue and swimming party on July 21 at the home of Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser. Cooking Cues Mince some parsley and seal- lion and add to eggs you are scrambling. Fresh flavor! MISS BERKEL To Be Married On Saturday Miss Nina Berkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Berkel, will be married Saturday morning to James Greenwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greenwell of 2308 Sunset St. The wedding will take place in St. Patrick's Church at 10 o'clock. The bride-to-be attended Civic Memorial High School and Alton High School. She is employed by Madison County Easter Seal Treatment Center. Mr. Greenwell, a graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. in its Brass Mill Department. Here's Pressing Hint A crease is really a pressed- in wrinkle. Obviously pressing wrinkles in fabrics with wrinkle-resistant finishes is difficult. When pressing won't work, top-stitching can help hold a sharp, creased edge. Top-stitch either very close to the edge or about U inch inside. A University of Illinois home economist says that the hem line, in full skirts can be sharpened by turning a narrow hem and sewing three rows of top-stitching. Fe? tfce U4y Ul MATIINITY CkOTHIS PAUIENE'S BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. ALLEN ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Allen To Be Honored June 25 Personal Notes Miss Crystal Luly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luly, 1832 Park Ave, is spending a two-week vacation at home. She has finished her freshman year as a student nurse at Decatur and Macon County Hospital, Decatur. Miss Luly has as a houseguest over the weekend , a classmate, Miss Judy Watson, Salem, 111. Miss Amelia Ringemann has returned to her home at 1111 Logan St., following a 10-day trip in the East. She traveled in Canada and New York, and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Mitchell, formerly of Alton, now residing in Rye, N. Y. Former Alton residents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noble and four children of Kelso, Wash., have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Noble's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ward, 4809 Wick-Mor Dr., for the past few days. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidson. The Noble family plans to start back west after a week's stay with Mrs. Noble's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Talbot of Foley, Mo., also former Alton residents. Mrs. Grace E. Favors of 1123 Green St., entered Barnes Hospital,' St. Louis, Thursday, for surgery. Mrs. Favors has Been a teacher of social studies for the past year at West Junior High School. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Butler of 1701 Nelson St., their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Bromaghim, and her children. Randy, David and Ann, have returned from Durham, N. H., where they attended graduation exercises on June 12 at the University of New Hampshire. At that time, their daughter, Miss Gladys V. Butler, received her bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts with a major in psychology. Mr. Butler's sister, Miss Gladys M. Butler of Chicago, accompanied the family. En route, they visited Mrs. Butler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hybarger in New York City, and later at their cabin in Vermont. Mrs. Robert Butler and children, Sharon, Jeri and Donald, of Dallas, Tex., are also visiting in the Butler home. Beauty Tips Banish the irritations of the day from your mind at bedtime. And take a good, relaxing s-t-r-e-t-c-h. The two together help bring restful sleep. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Steck will have an open house In their home at 523 Summit St., on Saturday, June 25, honoring Mrs. Stcck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen, who are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their marriage. The couple will receive friends in the afternoon between 2 and 4 o'clock, and in the evening between 7 and 9 o'clock. Mr. Allen and the former Miss Elsie Schumacher were married on June 7, 1910 in Litchfield. In addition to Mrs. Steck they have a daughter, Mrs. Frank T. Cantrill, who with her husband and children will come from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., for the event. The date of the open house was delayed until after the closing of school, so that Mrs. Cantrill and her children could attend. Mr. Allen, prior to his retirement, was vice president of First National Bank and Trust Co. Family Reunion At Onized Grounds A fish fry and basket lunch were served at a reunion Wednesday evening of the Odeil, Timpe and Hubbell families at Onized clubgrounds. The evening was planned In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Hubbell of Houston, Tex., who with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Neely and three children are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Odell. at Brighton. Mrs. Neely is the former Miss Adele Hubbell. Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will have supper at the Moonlight Restaurant, July 14, after meeting. Homemaking Hints A quick, easy way to clean lamp bases of glass or ceramic is to use the special blue liquid spray cleaner for glass surfaces and wipe them dry with a paper towel. A 6IFT FOR OAD Sun-Dried? Give your skin every time you wash Dial NO 5-M77 NOTHING TO MY TILL FALL with Say man button PM* CM*. «uff«d full of bUb. ejl. etc.. tu *s feu* ut «•* ma* >•*• Yw'H *M* mil Doe* your tldn dry out, »ge and tighten in hot, sunny, windy, weather?... It's easy to prevent Give your face, hand*, neck ... your skin all over ... a lanolin { treatment, with S»awn Unol>i«d 8o»p, every time you cleanse. Nothing eUe softens, soothe*, r*. •tores good skin health like Lea- oun. Use "—' ' "" ~ —— 114 BELLI!

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