Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 18, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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SATURDAY, JUNE 18. 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Miss Cunningham Bride In Edwardsville Church MRS. VINCENT MICHAEL BEV1LACQUA (Eickmnnn Studio) SEAMS TO ME Bv Patricia Scott Long ago there were three accepted table settings. Formal dinner—white cloth with white and gold china; family dinner—second best cloth and china; very informal—unattractive mats and just as unattractive earthenware. Today, with so few of us fortunate enough to have servants, formal dinners and luncheons are virtually impossible. • We find ourselves in the era of the buffet. Silver, linen and china are much more varied than they were, and because of this, beautiful and imaginative table settings need no longer be expensive. An effect can be achieved by color, a centerpiece or unusual linens. • This daisy-trimmed table cloth is a perfect example of how you can be the envy of all your guests for very little money. It gives a striking effect. Necessary mechanical equipment is a slant-o-matic (zig- * zag) machine or zig-zag at* tachment, either of which will * make this job a breeze. Or if you have good eyes and oodles of patience, you can do it by hand. You'll need 6'L- yards of 48 inch wide cotton satin (or any other fabric you prefer i; ' enough cotton lace to cut out 281 daisies or any other flower motif. You can also purchase bands of daisies by the yard. To cut: Cut two lengths of fabric 48 x 9fi inches: with selvages together, fold in half widthwise and curve off corners to make a complete circle. Do this my measuring -18 '• inches from center point all around (see illustration*. 48" SfffH ¥8- v? \ • V Place right sides together and stitch along selvage edges. Press seam open. Now, face curved edges with matching bias binding. Stitch binding to cloth, right sides together Turn to wrong side and press Either hem by hand on wrong side or use zig-zag stitch and stitch hem on right «ide. Daisies. Baste each cut out motif to a piece of the tablecloth fabric. If motifs are cut from yardage rather than bonds, be sure to leave an inch or more around the ed^e or it will be difficult to ap- plique. Zig-zag >tit<'h motif to fabric around outJine of rnotif Trim e\ce»s tabru and lace away close to stitching. f using embroidery or cuticle scissors. Arrange appliqued motifs on cloth as illustrated, starting with one in the center and spacing them so that the 14th rnqtif is at the bottom edge of the cloth. Four of these linos will divide your cloth in quarters with one line (28 motif si right across the seam line. Then, as shown, cover lour quarters with motifs starting the second row with the seventh motif of the first row is. The third line starts where the sixth motif is. and so on. Tack each motif at center of design by using same satin stitch (zig-zag stitch) or stitch- inn center with Ball stitch. Your flowers are on so that your cloth can be easily washed and ironed. I suggest a bright yellow for the cloth. * * V » Miss Scott is happy to help Seams to Me readers with sewing problems, and with questions on wardrobe and lash ions. However, because so many are seeking her assistance, she asks readers to please limit their letters to one question. Send your question to Patricia Scott in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope for reply. (© I960. Field Enterprises. Inc ) Group Arriving To Visit Cousleys Mrs. Leslie E. Bates and daughter, of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Ray Moore and daughters of Columbus, N'.M. will arrive Sunday and Monday to be guests of Mr. and Mrs Paul H. Cousley of 437 Belleview Ave Mrs. Rates and Mr- Moore are daughters of the Coirsleys>. The group vvilj he coming from St. Joseph, Mo., where they are attending the wedding of their niece and cousin. Miss Katharine Lehr. St. Mary's Catholic Church in Edw-ardsvllle wan the scene of a 1 o'clock wedding this afternoon when Miss Patricia Anne Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cunning ham, 739 St. Louis St., Fri- wardsville. became the bride of Vincent Michael Hrvilncqua. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bcvilacqua. 72 Lowell Ave., Haverhill, Mass. The Rev- Frederick McCarthy officiated Mrs. Joseph H. Davis Jr. of Bunker Hill. Ind., was ma iron of honor. Attending Miss Cunningham ns bridesmaids were Mrs. Michael Jones of Columhln. Mo., nnd Miss Linda Flesh of Plqua, Ohio. Richard Cunningham, brother of the bride, was best man, and groomsmen were Michael Jones of Columbia, Mo., and James Dorr of St. Louis. The bride wore a white taffeta gown with penrl-encrusted bodice, short sleeves nnd scoop neckline. Back interest featured a V-neckline with self- fabric roses securing streamers and a chapel train. Her full, brief veil was held in place by a pearled Swedish ero\vn, and she carried a bouquet of orchids and roses. Attendants were gowned in white silk chiffon gowns with satin cummerbunds. The straight skirts were embellished with satin roses and streamers. Headpieces were brief veils, secured at the hack of the head with flowers. Nosegay bouquets of spring flowers were carried by the attendants. A luncheon reception was held immediately following the ceremony in Glen Echo Country Club. St. Louis. The bride, a graduate of Stephens College, Columbia. Mo., and of the University of Illinois, is completing graduate work in home economics at the university. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority. The bridegroom, graduate of Emerson College in Boston and of the University of Illinois, is completing work on his doctorate in rhetoric at the university. He is a member of Phi Alpha 1 Tau, national honorary forensic society and is listed in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities, 1957. Following a honeymoon in Chicago, the couple will make their home at 208 W. J-Iigh St.. Urbana. Caselton- Pranger Wedding At nuptial mass performed today at 11 o'clock in St. John's Catholic Church in Carrollton by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Michael Fnright, Miss Mary Kathleen Pranger became the hride of Jude A. Caselton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pranger of Cnrrollton, and Mr. Caselton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Caselton, also of Carrollton. The matron of honor was Mrs. Thomas H. Muellner of Alton, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Bernice Pranger', cousin of the hride and Miss Patricia Carmody, both of Carrollton. Best man was Mark Caselton, brother ol the groom, of Carrollton, and the groomsmen were Joseph Cronin, Carrollton, and William Carmody of Girard. Ushers were Kenneth Pickerel of Carbondale and Larry Pranger of Carrollton, brother of the bride. The hride wore Italian silk over bouquet taffeta. The skirt extended wide over hoops and crinoline featured side poufs caught with alecon lace ap- pliques repeated in skirt that cascaded into a cathedral train. She wore a crown of lace trimmed in jewels which secured her finger-tip silk illusion veil. She carried a bouquet of white stephanotis and whfte streamers. The matron of honor and the bridesmaids wore street length dresses of white silk organza. A cotilion blue ven- ice lace cummerbund circled their waistlines. The bouffant >khts were worn over tiered underskirts ot crinoline Their open crown picture hats were made of fluted hair braid of white with blue organza hows outlining the crowns. They carried cascade bouquets of blue and white cornflower's with blue streamers. Mrs. Caselton is a graduate of St. John's High School and HEITZ OPTICAL New iwotrt in METROPOLITAN BLDO. 907 NENRV ST. Step in, wt will be htppy to Itrve «ll your Optic«l n«eds at our n«w location. CMAIlfS J. HEITZ IpWAiD f. PAiKES. Jr. MRS. RICHARD L. MKLLENTHIN ' Illi k-, SIudlo I'lintoi Cherry Street Baptist Scene OfMellenthin-SmithNuptials Dtigart- fittrrt* Marriage \Vith the Rev. Father John ShPahan ppfformlnjj the rites, Miss Sandra Sue Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mr». S. E. Burn* of Chestrrfield, and Charles K. Dtrgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dugan of PlninviPw. WPM» married this afternoon at '2 o'clock in St. IVnts Catholic ChtiVch. Ship mfln. A reception followed, in the church basement. Miss Jo Ann Bonkamp of Carllnvllle was bridesmaid and \Vn.vne Dugnn wn» best man. Wendell A. Dams nnd Melvln \V. Dnms were ushers, nnd music was played by Mr. and Mrs. George Reid. Thr bride wore n full length Rown of nrgnn/n over taffeta. The skirt was worn over a hoop, sweeping back Into a full chHjH-1 train. The fingertip veil fell from a Princess crown, featuring a teardrop pearl. She carried white carnations and pink sweetheart roses. Miss Bonkamp wore a blue late street length jacket dress, a shoulder length veil, and carried white carnations tinged with blue. The former Miss Burns and her husband were graduated from Carlinville Community High School in 1R5f>. and she is employed by the law offices of Memphlll and Kelsey. Mr. Hi'uan is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., here. The couple will live at (i2fi Johnson St.. Carlinville. Miff Borko, William Walk Say Vows At to o'clock Nuptial Maw this morning read by R«v. James Hill In St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Miss Sandra Louis Borko became the bride of William R. Walk. Breakfast was served at noon In th* Stratford Hotel, and the couple will receive at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Onlzed Club. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Betty Borko of 2356 State St., and John Borko Jr.. ol «8 Short St., Wood River. Mr. Walk is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Porry Whetzel, 113,1 W. !)lh SI. The two sisters of the bride. Miss Carol and Mis* Jeanne Borko. were maid of honor and bridesmaid. »Way1and Jones was best man, and Otis Cut- an/aro was groomsman. Seating guests wen? Charles Plunk and Donald Singleton. Mrs, Mary Whalen played nupiial The Rev. \V. Freeman Privet! officiated at the wedding of Miss Judith Ann Smith and Richard L. Mellenthin. Friday evening H( 7:30 o'clock in the Cherry Street Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Alice L. Smith ot 78 E. Elm St., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. <md Mrs. C. H. Mellenthin of 33-1 Dry St. A reception was held In the church social rooms, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Florida, where they hope to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Young of PJdwardsville. uncle and aunt of the bridegroom, were attendants, and seating guests were Roger Smith and Carl Mellenthin, brothers of the couple. Sigmund Reid, vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Joy Stauffer. organist. The bride's gown was fashioned of Chantilly lace and tulle, with scoop neckline arvl long lace sleeves. The full skirt was worn over hoops, and cascaded into a sweep train. Her fingertip veil ol illusion was secured to a crown of pearls, and she carried M cascade bouquet of pink rosebuds and snowdrift pompons. Mrs. Young wore an aqua gown of nylon dotted Swiss with bustle back worn over hoops. She carried a basket filled with summer flowers. The former Miss Smith was until recently employed by SI. Joseph's Hospital in the insurance office. She and her- husband ure both graduates of of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Alton, and is presently employed as a staff nurse at Boyd Memorial Hospital in. Carrollton. Mr. Caselton is a graduate of Carrollton High School and has attended Southern Illinois University both at Alton and at Carhondale. and this fall will be a student in St. Louis University School of Medicine. St. Lours. Tomorrow's Dinner Italian appetizer tray: sliced salami, black olives, tuna in oil, sliced pimentos, celery, chicken cacciatofe, steamed rice, heated Italian or French bread: spring salad howl: lettuce, romaine, watercress, cucumbers and radishes, oil and lemon juice dressing: fresh fruit, cheese, macaroons, coffee, tea, milk. MRS. CHARLES E. DUGAN Alton High School. Hr is cm- ployed by the Post Oftice nt Godlrey. iSrhtobolirn Photo i Korn lo: Mr. and Mr*. William \Vein- /irl of Sullivan. Mo., a daugh- ,lor, 7 pounds, 2 ounces, 1.1:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Francis Hospital, Washington, Mo. Mrs Weinzirl is the former Miss Joan Sehul/, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph W. Schulz of 9H8 Pearl SI. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Krey, (\'2~ Rundcl, Kdwardsville, a daughter. X pounds. Ti:4!l a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Jamm*. (lUfi \V. Ninth, a son, 6 pounds, 11? ounces. 3:07 a.m. Friday. St. Joseph's Hospital. The bride's dress of Chantilly lace over tulle and taffeta was styled with Sabrlna neckline and tiered skirt. She wore a pearl studded pleated half-hat holding her vet) of silk Illusion, and carried white carnations and ivy. • The attendants wore light blue ballerina length dresses trimmed with while nylon flowers, and carried crescents of pink carnations. Mr and Mrs. Walk are 1957 graduates of Alton High School. She is employed by the Illinois Hell Telephone Co., and he Is employed by Gaiety's Department Store, after having served two years In the Atr Knrce. The couple will reside ai 814 Alby St. Miss Berkel * • ,/. F. Greenwell Are Married Miss Minn Berkel and James F. Oreemvel) were married this morning at 10 o'clock by the Rev, John Crosson in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The families and wedding party had breakfast in St. Patrick's School Hall, and the couple will receive friends this evening from 6-8 o'clock at the pavilion In Rock Spring Park. Miss Pearl Berkel was her sister's only attendant and Robert Greenwell, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace, tulle and satin. The full skirt was extended by hoops and featured alternating panels of lace and tulle. The bride's tiara of pearls held her hand rolled silk illusion veil. The maid of honor appeared in a street length frock of cotillion blue silk chiffon and a half-hat of hair braid accented by double pearl roping. Short white gloves completed her costume. Duplicate Bridge Winners in the duplicate bridge session held Thursday in Hotel Stratford are announced today. North-south players are: first, Mr. and Mrs. George Hine; second Pete Chisie and Mrs. Elbert Kimmel: third, Mrs. John Wallin and Miss Jane Felice. Kast-West winners are: first, Mrs. Eldon Durr and Mrs. Klmer Ohl; second, Mrs. Kenneth Kelly and Mrs. Kenneth Rrunxtein; third, Miss Edith Day and Mrs. Fred Breiden- slein. Mr. anil Mrs. Hugh I'ritch urd, 1119 Cardinal, a daughter, 8 pounds, 14 ounces, 2:30 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frechette, «3 Pinewood, Godfrey, a daughter, 7 pounds. 10 ounces, 8:04 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. MRH. C'ASBLTON James Thompson (1700-1748) wild: "IT WILL ALWAYS DO TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER" The pharmaceutical manufacturers arc engaged in a continuous search to find better drutjs. No matter 1 now good any medicine works, they an always trying to ensile a newei one that will t" still more fffecthv. 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HURLEY (Gravemann Studio Photo) Miss Baalman Is Bride Given in marriage by her brother. Severine Baalman. Miss Frances Baalman ol Meppen became the bride of William J. Hurley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hurley of Hardin. this morning at 8 o'clock nuptial Mass in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Meppen. Miss Baalman i« the. daughter of Joseph Baalman and the late. Mrs. Baalman. The Rev. Patrick J. Muldoon read the Mass, after which a breakfast was served al Wi!?- mond's Hotel in Brussels. A reception is hcing held from 2 until 4 (/(lock this afternoon, and a dance this evening m the Brussels American l^egion Home. Miss Rosella Baalman wus her sister's sole attendant, and Charles Hurley of Berkeley, Mo., was best man for his brother. Kenneth Lltfets ol Jerseyvillc and Joseph Baal- nran seated guests. Mrs. Robert Rose was organist. The bride wore a crown of nylon organza and Venetian lace, with rounded neckline and lull skirt, ending in a chapel train. She wore a fingertip veil of Illusion attached to a crown of lillles ol the valley. Her bouquet was composed of orchids, stephanotis and ivy. Miss Rosella Baalman appeared in £ full length dress of white nylon organza, and a picture hat of white net. She carried white daisies, sweetheart roses and carnations, Th« former Miss Baalman was graduated from Brussels Community High School, and is employed by St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Hurley attended Hardin Community High. School, and after serving four years in the Nftvy, 1« employed by his father in business In Hardin. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will make their home hi Hardin. THE ORIGINAL BOX STORAGE PLAN IN THIS AREA! VOUIH. Jwt ptU (htm to • few. wbtefc wt tar* 'lib, ftr itaroft to MIT CtM Mtlh ftwt Cut My qvm9»t yw with (txctiM fur »!MM) to box, tor • ftot ttorMt eh** * M.f| w |* • imum voluotlM *f 1300.00. moiimum AH chormi MM* bt «to«M4 « MT rtwJfr t «rt prautd tofort "Dry Milton Cleaners HO Mt>i I

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