Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 18, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 18, 1960
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PftQK UOffF ALTON BVENTNO TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 18, I960 *yirginia Ann Orr Bride ^^^ ^^ | OfLt. Ronald C. Reynolds Wed this momlnf «f 11 in St. Bernard's Cath- Church, Wood River, were Virginia Ann Orr and '.'il. Ronald Charles Reynolds. •pTHfe Rev. Frank O'Hara -read '•' the ceremony and said nuptial Mass in a setting of pink dai- ties, white gladioli and green"' efy. The couple received in ' Knights of Columbus Hall, 'j Wood River. Immediately after \* the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Orr, rl'.jjfc Airline Dr., Rosewood ^Heights, and Lt. Reynolds is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mareel Reynolds of 646 First St., S**W»9d River. Miss Nancy Orr was her sister's honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Miss Sarah McDonald of Evansvllle, Ind., a college roommate of the bride: and Miss Margaret Reynolds, the bridegroom's sister. Lt. Reynolds was attended by his brother, Dale M. Reynolds as best man. Groomsmen were Jack Hoffman of Wood River, and Richard Huber of Jennings. Mo. Both were classmates of the bridegroom at St. Louis University. Peggy Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster Jr. of Wood River, was flower girl. Miss Cordelia Douglas sang, and Miss Josephine Stahoviak was organist. Miss Orr entered the church In a short sleeved gown of silk organza over taffeta with a full skirt and court train. Swiss lace banded' the square neckline of the bodice, and was repeated around the waistline. Three rows of wide tuck- Ing edged in lace formed a bustle back. A matching halo cap secured her veil of illusion, and she held white rosebuds with trailing ivy. Gowned alike, the bride's attendants wore princess styled ballerina length frocks of pastel pink organza. The bodices MRS. RONALD CHARLES REYNOLDS Uules Plerlow Photo) featured square necklines and shoulder straps dipping to a V in back, and their bouffant skirts were designed with taffeta sashes ending in butterfly bows. Matching garden hnts completed their costumes. The bridesmaids carried colonial bouquets of pink and white roses, and the maid of honor held yellow roses. MRS. GERALD GEORGE SHASHEK (RUsl Photo) Miss Cassens Weds Gerald G. Shashek Miss Helen Jo Ann Cassens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Cassens of 302 Banner St., Edwardsville, became the bride of Gerald George Sha- shek at an 11 o'clock nuptial Mass this morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Edwardsville. with the Rev. Frederick McCarthy reading the ceremony. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Shashek of 122 N. Kansas St., Edwardsville. Mrs. James Ladd of Edwardsville attended the bride as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Betty Bridgewater of Edwardsville and Mrs. John Schneider of Chicago. James Ladd was best man and groomsmen were Gayle Leonard and Dr. Fred Schwager, all of Edwardsville. Ushers were Allen Cassens and Raymond Firkus. The bride wore a gown of silk organza, with a panel of chantilly lace. Chantilly lace edged the scoop neckline of the moulded bodice and her Madonna veil. The gown was designed with tiny crushed sleeves and a full skirt, draped in back with a large soft bow. She carried a white orchid, surrounded by white roses, itephanotis and ivy. Attendants were gowned identically in blue organza dress**, fashioned with scoop neckline and moulded bodice. The straight fronts of the gowns were relieved by panels of embroidery and the full skirts were gathered from the sides toward the backs. Their headpieces were of net veil with matching silk organza bow and lilies of the valley. They carried yellow roses and white daisies. A wedding breakfast was served the wedding party and families following the ceremony in Stratford Hotel, with a reception for 400 guests being held at the Sunset Hills Country Club from 7 to 9 o'clock this evening. The bride, a graduate of Edwardsville High School and Northwestern University, is a member of Delta Zeta sorority and has been employed by the Cassens Transport Co. The bridegroom, also a graduate of Edwardsviile High School and employed by Cassens Transport Co., is a member nf Triangle fraternity and a graduate of Missouri School nj Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla. Mo. Following % honeymoon in Canada, the couple will make their home at 1522 Robinhood Ct., Kirkwood, Mo. Homemaking Hints All the care stainless steel needs is washing with soap or detergent suds. After ringing with hot water, it dries gleaming bright. f The couple will honeymoon in Chateau Lac Beauport, Quebec. Lt. Reynolds, a 1959 graduate of St. Louis University, is stationed with the Marines at Camp Lejeune, N. C. His bride, a graduate of the East Alton-Wood River Community High School, attended Indiana University, Bloomington. Koopmans And Hagen Wedding At 4 o'clock on Friday afternoon, Miss Delores Ann Hagen of Kankakee, 111., niece of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Zitzman of 3202 Alby St., became the bride of Peter S. Koopmans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Koopmans of Momence, 111. The Rev. Louis Swartz heard the vows of the couple in the First Presbyterian Church at Kankakee, and dinner was served in the Yesteryear Restaurant there, at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Zitzman will give a reception for the couple in their home on Sunday afternoon, June 26 from 1 until 4 o'clock. Miss Charlotte Hoffman was maid of honor and Meivin Koopmans was best man. The former Miss Hagen wore a dress of white lace over beige satin, white hat with beige veil, and carried a Bible with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Hoffman wore a blue lace dress, white hat with blue veil, and carried white orchids and stephanotis. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and Southern Illinois University, and was employed until June 15 by the Armstrong Cork Co., of Kankakee. Her husband is a graduate of St. Anne High School, is engaged in farming and also employed by the Armstrong Cork Co. The couple will live near Momence. Miss Andrews 9 Engagement Told in Roxana Former Roxana resident, Mrs. Glenn N. Andrews of 2359 Collett Dr., St. Louis, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Emily Ix> Andrews, to Richard H. Rickus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne L. Rickus of South Bend. The svedding will be an event of Sept. 4 in Grace Lutheran Church, St. Louis. Miss Andrews is a junior student at Valparaiso University in Indiana, where she is majoring in education. Her fiance is a senior student in the school of engineering at the same university. He is president of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsiton. Miss Andrews was graduated from Roxana Community High School. Her family resided on Shell Terrace when her late father was employed by Shell OiJ Co. Cantrill* Will Arrive Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Frank T.. Cantrill and children. Tom and Mary Lou. will arrive Wednesday from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J Steck of 523 Summit St. Mr. and Mis Cantrili are coming to Alton to The W >m Social Events — Group Activities Yvonne Anton Is Married Today In Upper Alton Smitley-Rambo Marriage Today in Hartford Church Wed at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Church of Christ, Hartford, were Miss Janet Daphlne Rambo and Donald W. Smltley. They are receiving friends until 5 o'clock this afternoon In the Onlzed Club. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rambo of 119 W. Birch St., Hartford, are parents of the bride, and Mr. Smltley Is the son of Mrs. Mary C. Smltley of Des Plalnes, and Cleo H. Smltley of Marshall, 111. Silk organza and scalloped bands of Chantilly lace fashioned the gown worn by the bride. The full skirt, worn over crinoline, swept into a chapel length train. The bride's fingertip length veil of nylon illusion, was attached to a double crown of jewels, and she carried a cascade of white Vanda orchids, lilies of the valley and English ivy. Miss Rambo was attended by Miss Carla Lee McCann and Miss Beverly Jean Zagar, both of Hartford. They wore ballerina length dresses of blue over white organza. Taffeta cummerbunds were tied at their waists, and their crowns of blue Swedish hair braid secured blue veils of Illusion. --They carried cascade arrangements of blue daisies centered by white ones, en- terwined with long garlands of English ivy. James Ernest Mennell of Bensenville, 111., was best man. and groomsman was Robert Steven Stavrakas of Franklin Park, 111. Ushers were George E. Rambo, brother of the bride, and Russell E. Robbins Sr., the bride's b r o t h e r-in-law. Evangelist Herschell Ottwell officiated. The Church of Christ choir sang for the ceremony. The bride's niece, Deborah Ann MRS. DONALD W. SMITLEY (Gravemann Studio Photo) Robbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robbins, was flower girl. Serving as ring bearer was Gary Lee Rambo, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rambo. The couple will live in Champaign this summer where the bridegroom will begin work on his doctorate in education at the University of Illinois. He will be principal of a junior high school in Edwardsville in September. The bride will also attend classes at the university this summer. During the past year she has been a student at SIU here. Miss Jansen, Lawrence M. Reed Exchange Vows in St. Mary's St. Mary's Catholic Church WHS the scene of the wedding this morning at 10 o'clock of Miss Alice Jansen, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Jansen of the Fosterburg road, and Lawrence Marvin Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed, also of Fosterburg. The Rev. Robert Vonnahmen, cousin of the bride, came from East St. Louis to read the Nuptial Mass. Breakfast was served afterward in the Hotel Stratford. Mr. and Mrs. William Reed will give a reception this evening for the couple on the lawn of their home on the Fosterburg road. Tables were covered with white cloths, and centered with hurricane lamps surrounded by blue and white baby mums. The mantel was flanked with blue and. white summer stock and carnations, and centered with a picture of the new bride. Miss Rena A. Austin was maid of honor, and Miss Carol Rundell was bridesmaid. Miss Christy Schwa rt/kopf was junior bridesmaid. Terry Schwartzkopf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Schwartzkopf, was flower girl, and John Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed of Detroit, was ringbearer. Bill Reed of Detroit was best man for his cousin, and Donald Lavelle was groomsman. Bill Webb and Michael Cleary seated guests. Miss Madeline Davey sang, accompanied by Prof. Max Hiendlmeyr. The bridal gown was fashioned of embroidered Swiss over taffeta and tulle, with scalloped square neckline, and a full tiered skirt cascading into a sweep train. A pearl and orange blossom crown held her veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of white roses. The tittpudants were attired identically in floor length dresses of white printed nylon sheer over ocean blue tatfeta and net, with square necklines and full skirts, worn with contrasting cummerbunds. They wore open crown picture hats and carried natural-colored baskets of tinted blue and vshite summer (lowers. The former Miss Jansen was graduated from Marquetle High School, and is employed as a dental assistant to Dr. B. J. Corona. Mr. Reed, a graduate of the same school, attended St. Mary's College, Wimona, Minn.; St. Louis t'ni- versity. and wus graduated from Washington University. be hosts wUh Mr. and Mrs. Sleek at the open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen. *•' MRS. LAWRENCE MARVIN REED (Burjes-Roberts Photo) Martin-Baumno Wedding Today in Gillespie Church Miss Lorraine Josephine Bausano and .lack C. Martin were married this morning at 10 o'clock Mass in SS Simon and Jude Catholic Church in Gillespie. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bausano of Gillespie, and Mr. Martin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Martin of 9L'l Danforth St. The Rev. George Hobbs, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony which was followed by breakfast in Fireside Inn. The couple will le- ceive this evening beginning at 7 o'clock in Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, Gillespie. Miss Dorothy Bausano attended her sister and Robert J. Shu ark was best man. Ushers were James Rolando of Gillespie, uncle of the bride, and James Zieke of Godfrey. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of hand clipped Chantilly lace designed with scalloped scooped neckline, cap sleeves, and a full skirt. A shirred chiffon cummerbund with a lace butterfly buw at the back accented the waistline. The bridal bouquet was composed of stephanotis and an orchid, and the bride's shoulder length veil of French illusion was caught to a sweetheart crown of jewels. The bride's sister was dressed in a gown of shell pink silk organza and capped sleeves, cameo neckline and full skirt. A cummerbund and flying panels of a deeper tone of crimson extended from the waist to the hemline. Mis* Bausano's headpiece of matching shell pink organza was a band of petals with a veil. She carried an arrangement of roses and stephanotis in shade* of pink. After a honeymoon in Colorado Springs, the couple will live in Paxton, 111. A graduate of Gillespie High School, the bride has been employed by General Telephone Co there. Her husband, a graduate ol Alan Douglai Kefley ot Car* bondale and hit bride, th« former Miss Yvonne Anton of Alton, are receiving friends this afternoon in the social rooms of Main Street Methodist Church following their marriage at 2 o'clock In the church. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Jack L. Adams of Grace Methodist Church of Carbondale, who was assisted by the Rev. John Henderson, Main Street Methodist pastor. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Anton of 1710 Clawson St., and her husband's parents are Dr. and Mrs. Noble *H. Kelley of 1200 Chautauqua St., Carbondale. Miss Anton appeared In a gown of Swiss organdy over taffeta accented by a band of organdy lace. The wide, pleated skirt ended in a chapel length train. A jeweled crown held her veil of nylon tulle which was short in front and longer in back. Her cascade bouquet was composed of Hlles of the valley, stephanotis, and pompons, arranged with ivy. Miss Helen Frances Smith of Chester was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Kathryn R. Campbell of Belleville, and Miss Elizabeth L. Glen of Alton. George M. Buys of Carbondale served as best man, and gromsmen were William Troy Felts and Guion Magee, both of Carbondale. Guests were seated by Robert Leonard, Terry Thalman, Dean Hamingson, and Thomas Anton, brother of the bride. The bride's cousin, Sandy Davis, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. George Davis of East Alton, was flower girl, and ring bearer was Gene Rider, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rider of Bethalto. The bride's attendants were attired in street length dresses of pale blue and white checked silk organza. Flat head bows matched their dresses, and they carried baskets of blue corn flowers and white pompons, arranged with ivy. Miss Betty Grigg and Miss Gaynel Hays, both students at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, provided music for the ceremony. The bride and groom are 1960 graduates of SIU in Carbondale, and will reside in Carbondale. College Notes Mrs. Robert Thornberry will be graduated today from the University of Illinois. Mrs. Thornberry, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cousley, 608 E. 16th St., will remain in Urbana with her husband who is working on his master's degree in landscape architecture. She will be employed by the university in the Bureau of Community Planning, until the conclusion of the summer session, when the couple plans to leave on a European trip. Mr. and Mrs. Thornberry have been visiting in the home of her parents for the past few days. Stephen Cousley, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cousley, will arrive home Sunday from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He has completed his sophomore year at the school, and will be employed by the Alton Evening Telegraph during the summer months. Curtis S. Hunter, 5 Maurice St., was listed on the honor roll nf the University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for the spring semester. Parties Given for Margaret Macias Miss Margaret Macias was honored at a surprise personal shower by members of the What - Have - You Club when they met this week in the home of Mrs. Ellis Hagen at 315 Me- Clure St. A miniature bride and groom and an umbrella decorated the gift table. Guests played games and were served refreshments. The club will meet next on July 15 in the home of Mrs. Joseph Macias on St. Ambrose Drive, Godfrey. Miss Macias, who will be married to Jerome Brinkman of Meppen on July 23, was honored at a recent shower given in Onized Club by young women who will be in her wedding party. Sixty guests were in attendance. Cooking Cues From the French cuisine: brown a tablespoon of butter and stir in a teaspoon of vinegar; pour over a couple ol fried eggs. Call the eggs au beurre noir. That fried cornmeal mush won't stick if you dip the chilled slices in flour before you put them in the skillet. Alton High School, is employed in the Civil Service Department of the Air Force. MRS. ALAN DOUGLAS KELLEY (Burjes-Roberts Photo) Miss Ellen Atkinson Buck Weds William J. McGill Jr. Miss Ellen Atkinson Buck will be married this afternoon to William J. McGill Jr., whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. WilJiam J. McGill, are former Alton residents. The wedding will take place at 4 o'clock in The Church of the Good Shepherd in Rosemont, Pa. Miss Buck is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Addison S. Buck of Wayne, Pa. The McGills now live at 2539 Brassie Ave., Flossmoor, 111. The Rev. Peter R. Blynn, pastor of Church of the Advent in Boston, will officiate, and .a reception will follow in the parish house of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The bride will be wearing a full length gown of tissue taffeta with short sleeves, scoop neckline, and chapel length train. Her fingertip length veil will be caught to a Juliet cap of old rosepoint and duchess lace. Her flowers are stephanotis and lilies of the valley arranged in an old fashioned bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. McGill of New York City, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, are among the eight attendants who will be in the wedding party. The women attendants will wear gowns of amethyst tissue taffeta with short sleeves and bouffant box pleated skirts. On their heads will be matching bows with small circle veils, and they will carry white carnations and bachelor buttons. After a honeymoon at Martha's Vineyard, the couple will live in Cambridge, Mass., during the summer and in September will make their home in Westminster, Md. The bride, a graduate of Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa., is employed as administrative assistant at Harvard University in Cambridge. Mr. McGill, an alumnus of Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., expects to receive a Ph.D. degree in history from Harvard next year. In September he will be instructor of history at Western Maryland College in Westminster. Miss Baker Feted At Bridal Choicer A bridal shower was given Thursday night for Miss She- rain Baker of Godfrey, by Mrs. George Gillespie and Mrs. Delbert Baker in Onized Club. Centering the gift table was a blue umbrella ararngement with a flower in a floating stand. Roses and small umbrellas were also used as decorations. Miss Baker will be married Saturday evening to Robert D. Wallace in Alton Gospel Tabernacle. Church Notes Circle Two of First Presbyterian Church will not meet Monday of this week. The meeting is postponed until June 27. Ladies Sewing Circle of First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The Session will meet in the church office at 7:30 in the evening. Homer Randolph, East St. Louis teacher and business man, will be guest speaker for the Union Baptist Men's Fellowship program, in the church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Randolph, a member of the Pilgrim CME Church, of East St. Louis, received his master's degree from St. Louis University. Cooking Cues It's convenient to have fresh ground sausage on hand in the freezer for Sunday brunch; but don't store the meat for longer than one month. BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL j HO 6-3511 ! NO LIMIT I STORAGE I Your Iittir* Family's I WINTER WARDROBE I Only $ 9$ CUP w Chora** (fur CMU not faciudrt) $300.00 INSURANCE | (Natbtaf t* My Till Fall) I JOE STORK I CLEANERS 1 270S totfrty Rood Ne»t to Beltane* DO YOU KNOW! 6% INTEREST AVAILABLE AT PIASA FIRST FEDERAL ON REGULAR HOME LOANS AND CONSTRUCTION LOANS. Plasa First Federal STATE * WAI4< PHOKK HO t-UM

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