ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 20,1960 Janet Brazier Is Bride Michael Stephen Bolo , MRS. MICHAEL STEPHEN BOLO Meyers-Damron Vows In Hamilton Church Miss Janet Elizabeth Damron and Tolman Udell Meyers were married Sunday afternoon In First Christian Church of Hamilton, HI. They were honored at a reception afterward in Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church in Hamilton, and are honeymooning in Michigan, Wisconsin and Canada. The bride is the daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Damron, and Mr. Meyers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers of Shipman. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Walter Butler, pastor of First Methodist Church in Hamilton. Attending the bride were Mrs, Ronald Hewitt of Buda, 111., sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Marvin Damron of Hamilton, sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Joyce Melvin of Bushnell, and Miss Shirley Kroencke of Hull, 111. Mr. Meyers was attended by the bride's brother, Marvin Damron, and Ronald Hewitt, Kenneth Archer Jr., and Dar- Miss Curtis, R. J. Scott Are Wed In the home of her parents at 105 W. Hawthorne St., Hartford, Miss Sue Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis became the bride of Raymond J. 'Scott, Saturday evening at 6 o'clock. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott of 1233 Madison Ave., Wood River. The ceremony was performed by Justice of the Peace O. W. Vernor, and the couple received in the Knights of Columbus Hall, Wood River, beginning at 7 o'clock. Mrs. David Little was matron' of honor, and the bride's cousin, Miss Erma Curtis, was bridesmaid. Another cousin, Miss Nancy Sue Jackson, daughter of Mrs. Frank Johns of Colorado Springs, was junior bridesmaid. Robert L. Scott was best man for his brother, and Johnnie H. Curtis, the bride's brother, was groomsman. The bride's gown of nylon Alencon lace was styled with an embroidered Sabrina neckline, and a bouffant skirt made of tiers of lace terminating in a chapel train. Her veil of nylon illusion was secured to a crown of pearls and rhinestones. She carried a cascade of cymbidium orchids and stephanotis. The attendants wore turquoise blue crystalette gowns with portrait necklines and street length three-tiered skirts. Their headpieces were veiled, organza half-hats with lilies of the valley. The former Miss Curtis is a 1958 graduate of East Alton- Wood River Community High School, and is employed by Edward D. Jones Co. Stocx Exchange, in St. Louis. Mr. Scott is a 1957 graduate of the same school, and is attending Alton Residence Center of Southern Illinois University. He is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. After a honeymoon at the Lake of the O/arks, the couple will reside at 173 Tenth St., Wood River. rell Allen. The latter two are from Shipman. Among ushers was MHo Dugan of Shipman, uncle of the bridegroom. The bridal gown was full length and full skirted, fashioned of taffeta and lace with a chapel length train. The bride wore a bow clip hat of taffeta edged with seed pearls, which held her fingertip length veil of silk illusion. She carried a cascade of white stephanotis and roses. The bride's attendants were attired in street length dresses of ice blue silk organza over ice blue taffeta. The bodices were accented by strips of organza and self bows, and the skirls were bell-shaped. They wore short mitts, bow-clip hats with matching bows on their shoes. They held white lace fans scattered with pink sweetheart roses. This summer the couple will live in Havana, HI., and after Sept. 1 will reside in Augusta, 111., where Mrs. Meyers will teach home economics in the high school. Her husband will study for his master's degree in biological sciences at Western Illinois University in Macomb. Both are graduates of Western Illinois University, where the bride was graduated magna cum laude in May. The groom is a member of Beta Beta Beta, honorary science fraternity. After ft honeymoon tour of the northern United State* and Canada, Mlchae] Stephen Bolo and his bride, the former Miss Janet Brazier, will live in Orange Tex. They were married Saturday night In First Methodist Church of East Alton. The Rev. James L. Nettleton officiated at the 8 o'clock ceremony and afterward the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brazier of East Alton, gave a reception In the Riviera Room of Hotel Stratford. Six 7-branch candelabra were entwined with smllax in the church sanctuary, and the aisle was lined with hurricane lamps tied with matching blossoms. The "altar was banked with woodwardia and white chrysanthemums and candles were In the windows. The Swiss embroidered silk organza gown, worn by the bride, was fashioned with pointed basque waistline, cap sleeves, open neckline and a very bouffant skirt which swept into an aisle wide chapel length train. The bridal veiling of illusion was caught to a small plaque of matching Swiss embroidered silk organza finished with tiny bows. The bride carried a long cascade of white elf roses, stephanotis, lilies of the valley and ivy. Miss Brazier was attended by Mrs. Henry H. Bauer Jr., . Miss Diane Brazier, Miss Mary E. Norman, Miss Lauretta M. Cotlerman, and Miss Leslie A. Pelton. They were dressed in ballerina length gowns of maize silk organza. Small tailored bows at the shoulder lines of the dresses had streamers extending to the hemlines of the bouffant skirts. They wore matching tailored bows on their heads, and carried colonial bouquets of white pompons, pansies and stephanotis. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bolo of Wood River, was attended by Charles H. Wyatt, David F. Beason, Robert L. Getting, William G. Hunter, Garo A. Parto- yan and David Richardson. Three flower girls served In the wedding party. They were: Eliza Bauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Bauer Jr.; Jeanne Bolo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bolo; and Barbara Walston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Walston. Marion Dean Nettleton, son of the Rev. and Mrs. James L. Nettleton, was ring bearer. Mrs. John A. Lowery and Mrs. Joe Nolan Sr., furnished music. The bride received a bachelor of arts degree this year from Northwestern University, where her social sorority was Pi Beta Phi. She will teach in the Orange, Tex. school system next year. Mr. Bolo, who was graduated from Northwestern with a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering, received a master's degree from the University of Illinois this year. His fraternity is Sigma Chi. H» will be employed as a chemical engineer by DuPont Chemical Corp. in Orange. The Women Social Events — Croup Activities Katharine Lehr Married To William H. Wilson III Westminster Presbyterian Church of St. Joseph, Mp.. was the scene Saturday afternoon for the marriage of Miss Katharine Lehr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wesley Lehr, and William H. Wilson in, son of -Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Wilson Jr.. all of St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Lehr gave.a' re• ception at St. Joseph Country Cluh following the ceremony. Clusters of daisies marked aisle pews In the church, and large arrangements of Majestic daisies and woodwardia trimmed the altar for the ceremony read by the Rev. Roger E. Williams at 3:30 o'clock. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cousley of Alton. Mrs. Lehr Is the former Miss Katharine Cousley. Attending the wedding from Alton were Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Cousley. Mrs. Leslie E. Bates, the former Miss Mary Esther Cousley, and her daughter, Julie, were there from their home in Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. William E. West of San Diego, Calif, was matron of honor, and Miss Hope Jackson Cousley of Alton served as a bridesmaid for her cousin. Other bridesmaids were Miss Ann Wilson, sister of the bridegroom. Miss Cathy Smith and Mrs. John J. Himmelberg. Tom C. Nelson of Houston. Tex., was best man. and groomsmen were Merrill Lacey, Michael Braude, James A. Lehr, the bride's brother, and Robert Siemens. Jon Lehr, another brother of the bride, seated guests before the ceremony. The bride appeared in a floor length gown of Ivory Italian silk trimmed with Alen- con lace inserts. The princess styled gown had three-quarter length sleeves, deep neckline, and a chapel length train. Her veil of illusion was caught to a halo crown of silk and pearls, and she carried white rosebuds centered with a MRS. RAYMOND J. SCOTT (Jack Rhodes Photo) Lodges Mrs. John Kinser will entertain the women ot the Grand Army of the Republic at her home. 2508 Tibbitt St., Tuesday at noon. Past Oracle Club of Royal Neighbors of America will meet at the home of Mrs. Hen- ry Forbes, 1500 Sparks Ave.. Tuesday at noon for luncheon to be followed by a business meeting and social hour. Miss Cora Rotsch will be hostess. Alton Women of the Moose will have a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Mooae Home. MRS. WILLIAM H. WILSON HI white orchid. Her handkerchief, a family heirloom of Alencon lace, had belonged to her great-grandmother, the late Mrs. C. F. Sparks of Alton. The bridal attendants wore sheaths of Radiant blue Egyptian cotton, designed with chiffon cummerbunds, empire bodices, deep necklines, and cap sleeves. They carried bouquets of variegated daisies arranged with ivy, and wore ivy halos on their heads. The couple will live in Co- lumbia, Mo., where Mr. Wilson is working toward a doctorate in history at the University of Missouri. He received a bachelor of journalism degree in 1958 and a master of arts degree in 1959 from the university. His social fraternity is Alpha Tau Omega. The bride was graduated this year with a bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of Missouri, where her social sorority is Alpha Chi Omega. Trinity Lutheran Church Scene Of Schmidt-Kauf mann Nuptials In Trinity Lutheran Church, Saturday afternoon, Miss June Kaufmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Kaufmann, 605 Edmond St., became the bride of James G. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Schmidt of Hammond, Ind. The Rev. Rueben C. Baerwald and the Rev. William E. Goerss of Richmond Heights, Mo., officiated at the 4 o'clock ceremony which was followed by a buffet supper in Steelworkers' Abel Hall. Miss M. Jean Selke of Ven' ice, Ohio, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Delores Guetersloh of St. Louis, . and Mrs. Ronald Y. Millies of Hammond, Ind. Ronald L. Millies was best man, and groomsmen were Maurice E. Lindborg of Union Mills, Ind., and Theodore C. Vieweg of Munster, Ind. Roy Kaufman and Carl T. Schmidt were ushers. Miss Barbara Vieweg and Otto Vieweg were organist and vocalist. The bride wore a silk organza gown with panels of tiered lace ending in a short train. Her fingertip veil fell from a full crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms, and her flowers were white roses, stephanotis and Knglish ivy. The attendants wore waltz length dresses of white embroidered organdy over pink and over blue polished cotton. Their headpieces were veiled half- crowns, and they carried pink and blue bouquets of daisies. The former Miss Kaufmann, a graduate of Alton High School in 1954, and of Valparaiso University in 1959, is a member of American Association of University Women, and is employed by the Chesterton. Ind , public schools as an elementary teacher. Mr Schmidt is studying civil engineering at (he same university, and his social fraternity is Lambda Chi Alpha. After a wedding trip to Missouri, the couple will reside at 517 Union St., Valparaiso, Ind. Mind Your Mwiners If you are invited to a wedding and the reception following, always answer your invU ration so the hostess can plan accordingly. MRS. JAMES G. SCHMIDT (Heinkel Photo) Mrs. Rowden Returns From Wedding Mrs. J. Frank Rowden, 214 W. Delmar Ave., has returned by plane from Phoenix, Ariz., where she attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Frances Ann Langacker. and William Sdiafter on June 11 in First Methodist Church. The bride and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Langacker, are former Alton residents. Cooking Cues Nutritionists say that there is no truth in the legend that warns against eating ice cream after lobster. The two foods are perfectly compatible. Puiplft Applliatitn PHOTOS STUDIO 111 MIUo« B<J Phone HO* TREAT YOURSELF TO Laundry.Fluffy Pllliwi Ticking W«ih«d Wallace-Baker Nuptials Read In Tabernacle The Rev. K. C. Wallace of the Assembly of God Church came from Mason City, 111., to officiate at the marriage ceremony Saturday of Miss Sheraln Marie Baker and Robert Daniel Wallace. The couple excanged vows at 7:30 o'clock in Alton Gospel Tabernacle, and a reception fol« lowed in Franklin Masonic Temple. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John «f. Baker of Greenwood lane, Godfrey. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wallace, who gave a rehearsal dinner, Friday evening In their home at 472 Park Dr., Bethalto. Mrs. Ed. Volkening was matron of honor, and Miss Joan Lawton was bridesmaid. Johneea Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Baker, was flower girl. Best man was Bob Usher, and groomsman George C. Oldendorph. Seating guests were Delbert R. Baker and David N. Green. Roger Cooke played organ music, and Barbara Ann Byron sang. The bride's princess style gown of Chantilly lace and organdy was fashioned with a bow at the back of the full skirt, and a train which fell in a flying panel effect. She carried white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Volkening and Miss Lawton vvere attired in floor length gowns of light blue chiffon over satin with matching jackets. They carried white carnations and pink sweetheart roses. ' The former Miss Baker attended Alton High School, and is employed by Millers Dept Store in Godfrey. Mr. Wallace attended Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto, and is' employed as manager of King's Shoe Store in Godfrey. The couple will reside on Tibbitt street. College Notes Miss Barbara Landiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Landiss, 2626 Watalee Ave., will arrive home this evening from New London, Conn., for a visit with her parents. Miss Landiss has been teaching the past year in Niles, Calif., and attending San Jose State Teachers' College. After leaving California, she spent the weekend with friends in Connecticut and Rhode Inland. James Liller of 2317 Sanford. who plans to enter Iowa State University in the fall visited the university campus this week to participate in the college of engineering summer orientation program. 1944 Mar queue Class Re-Unites "I'll See You Again," the prom theme of the 1944 Marquette High School class, was repeated as the reunion theme when class members met in Hotel Stratford Saturday night. Souvenir tumblers, inscribed with the theme, and place and date of the reunion, were given to the 55 guests. 'Dancing to Bob Curry's Orchestra was preceded by dinner. Decorations were in the school colors of blue and white, and posters depicting the theme were hung on the walls. A bulletin board was pasted with old and new snapshots of graduates, old and new issues of the school paper, and notes from absent classmates. Joseph Burns was in charge of decorations, and Miss Mary Brueggemann, souvenir chairman. Visitors Leave Mr. and Mrs, Jack Richert and children have returned to Medaryville. Ind., following a visit with Mrs. James King and her daughter at 519 Henry St. IM c. Mvy. nw no MRS. DANIEL HELGE HOLMES (Gravemann Studio Photo) Holmes and Wiseman Wedding in Upper Alton Miss Mary Yvonne Wiseman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva F. Wiseman of 1412 Willard St., became the bride of Daniel Helge Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Helge Holmes of Chicago, Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Brown Street Baptist Church. The couple is honeymooning in Miami'and upon their return will live in Normal, 111. Following the ceremony, read by the Rev. G. Arthur Woolsey, the couple received friends in the church parlors. Miss Wiseman was attended by her sister, Mrs. Charles K. Wilton as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Darryl Gustafson of Glenview, 111., and Miss Phyllis Linkenback of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. John Holfes of New Orleans, eldest brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen were Andrew Holmes ot Chicago, their younger brother, and Charles K. Wilton. Flower girl was Patty Bryant, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. William M. Bryant of Stockton, Calif., and ring bearer was Jimmy Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bryant of Wauwatosa, Wis. Both are cousins of the bride. Rodney Larson of Skokie, Richard Larson of WUmette, and Phillip Carlson of Chicago seated guests. Miss Trudi Plummer was organist, and Ronald Wilson sang. The bride wore a Rene styled gown of embroidered silk organza. Both streamers extended from their Bertha collars to their street length hemlines. They wore bow-type hats of pink organza, topped with circle veils of matching pink. • Their flowers were cascade arrangements of pink roses, blue delphinium and English ivy- The flower girl wore a floor length dress of white organza over polished cotton, similar to that worn by the older attendants. She carried a basket 'of pink roses and ivy, and wore a crown of pink roses in her hair. A graduate of East Alton- Wood River Community High School, the bride is a graduate HAMMOND ORGANS • Sale* •Rental •Ltuens HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS OF ALTON 854 E. Bdwy. Dial HO 2-961? MISS JUSTICE Plans Wedding For July 16 Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Justice of 630 Broadway, East Alton, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, Sandra Faye, to Norman L. Smith, son of Mrs. Ethel Smith of 144 East Alton Ave., and the late Ed Smith. The couple will be married on Saturday afternoon, July 16, in the First General Baptist Church of East Alton. Miss Justice is a 1954 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation as a secretary in 'the Tax Department. 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