' IP ^^nMHv 4MMM^BiK ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 85.1960 MertyLynn Brady Weds The Women Womeldor ff Aloysius Raymond Rose Social Events—Group Activitie$ MRS. ALOYSIUS RAYMOND ROSE MRS. DONALD T. GOODWIN (Hicks Studio Photo) Miss Mason Becomes Bride Of Donald T. Goodwin Given in marriage 1$ her brother, Ralph £. Mason, Miss Audrey M. Mason became the bride of Donald T. Goodwin of Bunker Hill this morning at 10 o'clock nuptial Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Stella Mason of 3407 Badley Ave., and Mr. Goodwin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Goodwin of Bunker Hill. The Rev. James A. Suddes performed the ceremony and said Mass. Breakfast was served at 11 o'clock in the home of the bride's mother. The couple is receiving this afternoon until 4 o'clock in Onized Cub. Attendants at the wedding were Miss Margie J. Nichols and Francis Wieseman. Linda Lou Jones, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. James C. Jones, was flower girl, and seating Mother's Helper fry HtMMim 6> tanta ,, •vwr w> en tot rammer tori. y«*r baw nay b» at HUM** at you are. He'll he bat eaelar weajtaf • Uf U» toeae tinea v MUM tefffv (ratter tfta* *oly hto «J»9*r, •!»«• ttw fetefe •*• •M to ami* veathe*. &| wiik A «n|U«d Maiif^M ** w^MP •/ ^HNHPV VMVmWHr • utt aw M* the guests were Raymond Kirkwood and Charles Baker. Prof. Max Hiendlmayr was organist. ' The bride's dress was fashioned of embroidered silk nylon sheer over taffeta with scalloped neckline and back bow interest. A hairbraid crown with pearl loops held her shoulder length veil, and she carried a prayer book overlaid with orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Nichols wore a ballerina length dress of mint nylon sheer over taffeta, a short dotted whimsey veil with matching bow, and carried a white lace fan with yellow pompons. The former Miss Mason attended Alton High School, and is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Goodwin attended Bunker Hill High School, and is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis. The couple will reside at 29 Grovelin St., Godfrey. Cordle and Dietzman Invitations Mailed For July 10 Wedding Invitations have been issued to the wedding of Miss Mildred Ann Dietzman and Amu* Franklin Cordle Jr. The couple will exchange vows in the First Church of Christ, Christian, at Wood River, on Sunday afternoon, July 10, at 2:30 o'clock. Attendants at the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs. William L. DeVous and Mr. and Mr*. Donni* Dowdy. A rehearsal dinner will be given by the bride'* parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Edward Di*U- maa in their home at 229 G*r> 400 AVC-. Godfrey, on the evg of the wadding- Tto* prospective groom is to* son of Mr- end Mrs. CordJe Sr-, of KirksviU*. Mo. Rev. John Crosson officiated this morning at 11 o'clock nuptial Mass in which Miss Merry Lynn Brady became the bride of Aloysius Raymond Ro§e. The Bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Brady of 2357 Vlrden St.. and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Rose of 1314 Milton Rd. A buffet luncheon for the bridal party and out-of-town guests was served In the home of the bride's parents, and the couple will receive there this afternoon until 4 o'clock. Miss Bonny Louise Brady was maid of honor, and Mrs. Jerry Lavick was bridesmaid. Ronald Zollner was best man, and groomsman was Jerome Vetter. Ralph Rowden, John Yager and Joseph Rose seated guests. Mrs. Robert Plchee, vocalist, was accompanied by Miss Patricia Henkhaus. organist. The bride's gown, made of embroidered organdy over taffeta and tulle, featured a scalloped sweetheart neckline and bouffant skirt with deep ruffles. Her half shell cap held a scalloped veil of illusion, and her flowers were pink and white roses with ivy. Ballerina length dresses of pink and of blue shades were worn by the bridesmaid and maid of honor. Their match ing half-hats held modesty veils, and their flowers were pink roses and blue delphiniums. ^ The former Miss Brady will be graduated in August from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, and her husband will be graduated from Parks College of Aeronautical Technology in July. Both are 1957 graduates of Marquette High School. After a honeymoon trip to the 0/arks, the couple will reside in Worden Apartments on Washington avenue. Eveans- Stice Marriage At 7 o'clock Friday evening in the Methodist parsonage, Bethalto, Miss Frances Stice. daughter of Mrs. Edward Laird of 54 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, became the bride of Millard W. Eveans of Cottage Hills, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Eveans of Pine Bluff. Ark. The Rev. Leo Copeland performed the ceremony. A dinner for members of the family was served at the Moonlight Restaurant at 8:30 following the wedding. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents after the dinner. Mrs. Warren Gannsman was matron of honor, and Warren Gannsman was best man. The bride wore a street length dress of bone white lace Her short veil was attached to a head band, and she carried a white orchid surrounded by pompons on a white Bible. The matron of honor was attired in a pink lace dress. Her flowers were pompons with a cluster of pink roses. The bride attended Civic Memorial High School, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Mr. Eveans is also employed by Olin Mathieson. After 8 two week honeymoon in the Ozarks and Arkansas, the couple will live in Cottage 'Hills. Local Rainbow Members to Attend Grand Assembly Mrs. William H. Stofft, mother advisor for Alton Assembly. Order of Rainbow for Girls, will accompany a group of young women to Chicago Sunday evening. The girls will attend the annual Grand Assembly session for the State of Illinois in the Conrad Hilton Hotel, Monday through Thursday. Included among those leaving are Miss Carole Kober. worthy advisor of Alton Assembly; Miss Sandra Camp, grand patriotism for the State of Illinois; and the Misses Judy Korilko, Unda Jenkins, Carol Brooks and Claire Lauchner. Attending a one-day session will be the Misses Sandra Manns, Peggy Neudecker and MoJiie Mitchell. Ei'aiiS'Rirk Vows To Be Said July 23 On June 17 the engagement of Miss Sony a Kirk and James Calvin Evans was announced in the Telegraph, stating the couple would be married on July 3. The couple will be married on July 23 at Carmi. Miss Kirk is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kirk of Carmi. and the prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and lire- Calvin Evans of Wood River. Joan Bria, Mr. Bourland Say Vows in Bethalto Marriage in Upper Alton MRS. GERALD BOURLAND MRS. ELGIN L. HINSON Hinson-Hamm Nuptials Read in Wood River At 8 o'clock Friday evening Miss Sue Ellyn Hamm. daughter of Mrs. Effie Hamm of 25 S. Ninth St., Wood River, and the late Arthur Hamm, became the bride of Elgin L. Hinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Klgin F. Hinson of 422 Job St.. East Alton. The ceremony, which took place in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wood River, was performed by the Rev. Alfred Beck. A reception in the church basement followed the wedding ceremony. Miss Barbara East was maid of honor and Miss Kay Gul- IK'ksrud w a s bridesmaid. Kathy Struharik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Struharik, was flower girl and Jerry Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil J. Giles, was ring bearer. Cletus Shrout served as Dest man and the birdegroom's brother. Charles Hinson. was groomsman, t'shers were John Bosco. William Glover, and Larry Hinson. another brother of the groom. Candle lighters were Beverly and Nancy Hinson. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Patrick A. Hamm. wore a gown of re-embroidered lace and silk organza over tulanet and satin. The bouffant skirt of organza featured appliques of lace with sequins and seed pearls, and terminated in a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of nylon illusion was attached to an aurora borealis crystal crown. She carried a crescedt bouquet The Rev. Leo Copeland officiated at the marriage Friday evening at 8 o'clock of Miss Joan Bria and Gerald Bourland in Bethalto Methodist Church. A reception followed in the church social room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bria, 542 S. Prairie St., Bethalto. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Silas Bourland of 407 Leslie Ave., and Silas Bourland of 636 E. Ferguson Ave., both in Wood River. Miss Linda Staas was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Donald Eaton and Mrs. Robert Bond. Rebecca Ann Hatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hatcher, was flower girl. Donald Bourland was best man, and groomsmen were Robert Bourland and Donald Eaton. Ushers were Robert Bond and Charles Pelan. Miss Jean Miller was organist, and Mrs. James Kreid, soloist. The bride entered the church wearing a gown of organza fashioned with a scalloped neckline and full ruffled skirt, worn over crinolines and flowing into a sweep train. A pearl Swedish crown held her tiered veil of Illusion, and she carried a white orchid, surrounded by stephanotis, pink daisies and Ivy. The bridesmaids were gowned alike in pink and white ballerina length dresses, bow headpieces with veils, and carried baskets of daisies and delphiniums. The flower girl (Gravemann studl ° Photo) was dressed in pink, and car ried a miniature basket of flowers. The former Miss Bria is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School and GradwohJ School of Laboratory and X-ray Technique, St. Louis. She is employed by Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. Bourland, a graduate of the same high school, attended Southern Illinois University, and Illinois College at Jacksonville. He is employed by Laclede Steel Co. After a honeymoon trip, the couple will reside at 2701 Watalee Ave. Personal Notes Dr. and Mrs. Lafayette Young and children of 3003 Brown St.. have returned from several weeks vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. John T. VanHook of 2203 Edwards St., have as visitors Mr. VanHook's mother and grandmother, Mrs. Maude VanHook and Mrs. Lela VanHook, who arrived Friday from Coral Gables, Fla., for a stay of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Weston Bliss and children, Sharon, Tim. and Naomi, of Oakland, Calif., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Bliss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kessler, 54 Marguerite Ave., Wood River, after an absence of 11 years. They have also been visiting Mrs. Evelyn M. Sanders, 48 Marguerite Ave. B.T. Sgt. 3.C. Ronald Stamp- who is stationed on the USS Los Angeles in Long Beach, Calif., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stamper, 156 Rosewood Lane, Rosewood Heights. After a 23-day leave, Sgt. Stamper will go to Hong Kong. O. Don Hermes, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bermes of Brighton, accompanied by Taki Negas of St. Louis, left this week for Dubois, Wyo. The young men, who will be senior students this fall at Washington University, are on a geology field trip. Mrs. Mary Kekich Pauls of Los AngeJes is in Alton as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Rippley of 220 E. Sixth St. She also visited her sister. Sister Camilla of the Ursuline Convent before the nun went to South Bend, Ind., to take a graduate course in mosaics at University of Notre Dame Mrs. Pauls is a sister of Emil Kekich, a former member of the Telegraph news staff, whg is now a top-ranking commercial attache of the American Embassy in London. Children's Mimicry Can He Dangerous (Science Service.) Parents should swallow their pills out of sight of their children, Dr. Alfred J. R. Koumans of Norwalk, Conn., reported in the current issue of Pediatrics, published by the American Acadamy of Pediatrics in Evans ton. He said that in a study he made, 67 per cent of the children under 5 poisoned by taking excessive doses of medicine were mimicking parents. His study showed that the drive to imitate leads children to climb up to reach bottles or packages of pills. (Schlobohm Photo) of feathered white carnations, stephanotis, and potocarpus greens, centered with a white orchid. The bridesmaids appeared in white street length dresses of nylon sheer over taffeta fashioned with portrait necklines, puffed sleeves, full skirts, and lace midriffs. Their crescent bouquets of peacock and white glamelias were outlined with white artificial ivy leaves and had peacock blue s! reamers. The flower girl was in peacock blue with a hat identical to that of the bridesmaid. The candle lighters wore street length gowns of peacock blue and clips with bows of matching material. Mrs. Esther Hoppert played the organ and Mrs. Joyce Boverie sang. The bride was graduated in 1957 from Roxana High School and is employed as a stenographer in the employment department of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. The groom was graduated in 1956 from East Alton-Wood River Community High School and is presently employed by Shell Oil Co. After a honeymoon at Rock- Away Beach, Taneycomo. Mo., the couple will reside at 3612 Central Ave., Wood River. Mind Your Manners Children and teen-agers should not be allowed to use the phone for 30 or 40 minutes at a time, in fairness to the adults in both families. MRS. PORTER J. WOMELDORFF MRS. RONALD LEE ZABEL (Gravemann Studio Photo) Zabel-Eagleton Wedding In Fieldon Today Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church in Fieldon was the scene this afternoon at 2 o'clock for the marriage of Miss Marilyn Eagleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eagleton of Fieldon. and Ronald Lee ZabeJ, son of Mrs. Jessie Zabel of Berwyn, 111. The Rev. Alton Loar officiated, and a reception was held afterward in the church social room. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks the couple will live in Berwyn. Miss Mary Eagleton served her sister as maid of honor, and another sister, Mrs. Darrell Kahl of Park Forest, III., was bridesmaid. Also serving as a bridesmaid was Mrs. Nick Strouhe. Peplum overskirts were worn over their sheaths of green cotton silk, which were cut low in the front and back. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of silk organza and lace. Her veil of illusion was fingertip length. Robert Jensen of Berwyn served his cousin as best man. Groomsmen were Darrell Kahl of Park Forest, and Clifford J. Eagleton of Villa Park. 111., brother of the hride. William Eagleton, the bride's brother, and Jim Giannottj were ushers Music for the ceremony was furnished by Mrs. Jim Giannotti, a sorority sister of the bride, and Miss Rene Dennison, the bride's cousin. The former Miss Eagleton, who has been teaching home economics at East Junior High School, will be an instructor in the same subject at a high school-junior college in Cicero next year. She is a graduate of Western Illinois University, where her sorority was Alpha Sigma Tau. Mr. Zabel, who has a master's degree in counseling and guidance from the same university, was affiliated with Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity there. He is employed with the Internal Revenue Department, Chicago. Church Notes St. John Baptist Church will have homecoming on Sunday. Morning service will be at H o'clock. The Rev. E. M. Nelson will speak and the choir will sing at the 3 o'clock afternoon service, to which the public is invited. Mrs. John H. Hearn is chairman. Tomorrow's Dinner Barbecued turkey legs, whipped potatoes, corn, French bread, mixed vegetable salad, sour cream dressing, fresh peach pie, cheese, coffee, tea, milk. In a 2 o'clock ceremony this afternoon in Upper Alton Bap- list Church, Ml»s Rebecca Ann Baker wa« married to Porter J. Womeldorff by the Rev. Robert J. Coehran. Following the wedding, the couple received in Peck Memorial HaU The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Baker of 2810 Benbow Ave., and Mr. Womeldorff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Womeldorff of Decatur. Mrs. Dale L. Dillow was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Charles Headley and Mrs. Ray E. Nolle. Rebecca Sue Murrie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clifford Murrie, was flower girl. Cecil E. Worrells was best man. Groomsmen were James E. Needham and Thomas Campbell. Seating guests were Joseph W. Guyton, Robert L. Trotter. Dale Dillow and Charles F. Provan. Mrs. Robert J. Coehran was organist, accompanying Jim L. Williams, the soloist. The bride's gown of Imported silk organza featured Alencon lace motifs down the center front of'the full skirt, which was worn over hoops and ended in a chapel length train. Her fingertip veil was attached to a jeweled lace coronet. Lilies of the valley, stephanotis and ivy, backed with French lace, formed her bouquet. Identical ballerina length gowns of aqua chiffon, and matching headpieces were worn by the attendants. Their bouq'uets were of pink roses, summer flowers and ivy. The former Miss Baker is employed as a teacher in the Alton School System. She earned her bachelor of arts degre from Shurtleff College and her master of arts from Washington University. Mr. Womeldorff received his bachelor of science degree from University of Illinois. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Lambda, social fraternity, and American Institute of Electrical Engineers. He is employed by Illinois Power Co. After a honeymoon trip to the Smoky Mountains, the couple will reside at 885 W. Decatur St., Decatur. White and Daivdy Marriage Thursday In Carrollton Miss Karen Dawdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Dawdy of Carrollton, became the bride of Paul White, son of Mrs. Lillard Burton of Greenfield Thursday in a double ring wedding ceremony performed Thursday by the Rev. Francis Varble at his home. Miss Sandra Stringer of Carrollton was bridesmaid and Martin Gross of Greenfield was best man. The bride was attired in a ballerina length dress of white nylon eyelet with which she wore blue accessories. Her corsage was of red roses. Miss Stringer appeared in a white linen sheath dress with which she wore white accessories. Her corsage was peppermint colored carnations. Following the wedding members of the bridal party went to Jacksonville for dinner. Mrs. White was a junior last year in Carrollton Community Unit High School, and Mr. White attended the Greenfield Community Unit High School. Mr. and Mrs. White are making their home here with the bride's parents for the present. Tutt'Blake Rehearsal Dinner Last Night A rehearsal dinner for Miss Judith Blake and Rowlan Tutt, who will be married this evening in the First Presbyterian Church, was given at the home of Mr. Tutt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Tutt, 1503 Main St., Friday evening. A buffet was served to about 15 members of the wedding party following the rehearsal. U»T US UUUJfN Y(H,B tOAP SEND US VOUB MANS M4 SUfCOVEIS POI SANITQNi MY CUANINft Milton CfeMMft 111! MUMw Btf. PtaM HO I-tUI BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOL!US Dtel HO 5-M77 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL HO 6-35 11 NO LIMIT f STORAGE 1 Your Utlrt PomHy'i WINTER WARDROBE | 0«Jy$ f8 » ft* (tw FREE $100.00 INSURANCE (Nwklaa w Pa* nil fan) JOE STORK CLEANERS 1701 fe«rty It* Ne«! to i*..,.
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