Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
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TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 5, I960 Carol Green Married To Guy C. Fraker III The Worn Social Events — Group Activities n MRS. GUY CRONICE FRAKER III (Schlobohm Photo) Miss Wright Is Married Saturday At 7 o'clock Saturday evening in the First Baptist Church of Cottage Hills, Miss Marilyn M. Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Wright, 33 S. Williams St., Cottage Hills, became the bride of Carl E. Chitwood, son of Delmar Chitwood, Route 1, Alton, and Mrs. John Reynolds of Vandalia. The Rev. Oral Griggs of the First Baptist Church of Smithborough performed the ceremony. A reception was held in the church following the wedding. The bride's sister, Mrs. Logan Kruger of San Antonio, Tex., was matron of honor. Best man was Roy Chitwood. brother of the bridegroom. Jerry Reynolds and Jim Brannon of Vandalia were ushers. Music for the ceremony was provided by Miss Mary Ann Battles, who played the piano, and Herbert Peel, who sang. The bride's gown of white satin featured a full length skirt with an overskirt of ap- pliqued lace. Her ballerina length veil fell from a tiara set with pearls and sequins. She carried a purple orchid and lilies of the valjey on a white Bible. The matron of honor wore a blue lace sheath and matching satin head piece. Her flowers were daisies. The former Miss Wright is a 1957 graduate of Civic Memorial High School. She will be graduated from the Missouri Baptist Hospital School of Nursing Sept. 9. Mr. Chitwood was graduated in 1957 from Vandalia High School. He will enter the Railroad CommunicationsSchool at Kansas City, Mo., this month. College Notes Among area students attend- Ing the third annual recreation camp which began Sunday at Eastern Illinois University is Miss Carol Brooks of Alton. Also attending are Miss Elaine Morse, Donald Rixmann and Miss Mary Williams from Carlinville; and the Misses Linda and Sue Keele from Chesterfield. The camp will extend through Sunday, July 10. Sister Winifred Marks Her 50th Year as a Nun Sister Winifred of the Order of t h e Most Precious Blood celebrated her golden jubilee as a nun at the order's Motlv erhouse in Ruma, 111., last Saturday. • Sister Winifred, before entering the order 50 years ago, was Miss Winifred Kane of Alton. Solemn High Mass was celebrated in the chapel of the Ruma convent, and was followed by a reception in honor of the jubilarian. Mrs. Nettie Kane of- Alton, widow of Dr. F. M. Kane, a brother, attended the jubilee celebration. Also attending were a nephew, Patrick Kane of Wood River, and Mrs. Kan". Two brothers also were at the celebration, Luke of Brookfield, and James of Chicago, with Mrs. Luke Kane. Wed at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in Evangelical and informed Church were Miss Carol Virginia Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ephrinm ,T. Green, 1645 Rork Springs Dr., and Guy Cronice Frakrr III. son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Frnker of White Plains, New York. The ceremony WHS performed by the Rev. Leonard Todd. A reception in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford followed the wedding. Miss Carolyn Peters was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the bride's cousin, Miss Mary Dixon, Miss Carol Towtv er, and Miss Marsha Hanscom. William Fraker, brother of the groom, was best man, and Dean Radtke, Robert C. Johnson, and Peter Chretien were groomsmen. Ushers were Kip Smith, cousin of the bride, and Dean Haning. Candles were lighted before the ceremony by the Misses Marilyn and Barbara Chalk. Mrs. Clarice E. . Ferguson played the organ for the ceremony. The bride's gown of white rose designed silk brocade had a bouffant renaissance skiit sweeping into a court train. Her veil of illusion was secured to a crown of seed pearls. Her flowers were red garnet roses, white charm roses and lilies of the valley on a white Bible'. The bride's attendants wore identically styled chiffon gowns with shirred bodices, satin midriffs, and street length gathered skirts. The maid of honor wore nile green, the bridesmaids, a darker shade of green. They wore matching satin headdresses of a double bow with a circular veil. Their flowers were col.v nial bouquets of red and white carnations. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and the University of Illinois. She is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and Zeta Phi Eta, a women's professional speech' fraternity. She will teach English and speech at Mahomet High School this fall. Mr. Fraker is a graduate of White Plains High School and the University of Illinois where he was president of his social fraternity, Psi Upsilon. He is a member of Phi Delta Phi, a legal fraternity, and Phi Alpha Theta, an honorary history fraternity. He will continue his studies at the University of Illinois School of Law this fall. ^ Following a short honeymoon in northern Illinois the Chappell and Zoll Nuptials Saturday in Upper Alton College Avenue Church Scene of Saturday Vows MRS. HAROLD DOUGLAS CHAPPELL JR. (Gravemann Studio Photo.) Ann Landers ' She Wants to Be Sure He's Got the Message couple will reside at 807 W. After the ceremonies at Ru- ' mnois st Urba na. ma, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Kane and James Kane stopped in Alton and were guests at th* home of Mrs. F. M. Kane, 4 Mamie Ave., before going fin to their homes in the Chicago area. Mother's Helper fry H»ini»»» fr AN AUH08T childproof way •f iftentifytaf towel* uteri at tbe pool, teacb or other MOUBiiaJtr *vijn tpot: print •woer's MOW lo letters at *•• loobe* uil, *itb a* awker. Name tap* ha »«»ter — but they pra*J»Ja» ob»iou* own* vttbttut a clow took. 9 IM*. M*V Ivt IVM4 TrlMu U* Job's Daughters Plan Trip On Admiral Plans for an excursion on the Admiral were made by members of Alton Bethel of Job's Daughters during a meeting Saturday in Piasa Masonic Temple. The trip will be made at 11:45 on the morning of July 16, and the regular mept- ing scheduled for that day has been canceled. The mothers' club will me,et tonight at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. H. T. Niekirk, 3848 Berkeley Ave. The next regular meeting will be held on Aus;. 6. Miss Libhy Wolf was refreshment chairman at thfi Saturday meeting. Wed Saturday In Carrollton Former Carrollton resident, Mrs. Minnie Varble of San Diego, Calif., was married to Charles Neugebauer of Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock in Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Carrollton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Albert Schroeder of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Short of Jerseyville were attendants. The bride wore a street length drpss of blue satin with an overskirt of net and a white corsage Her attendant was attired in a street length pink silk dress. Her corsage was composed of pink carnations. Mr. Neugebauer was a member of the Cleveland police force and is now retired. Following a short honeymoon the couple will visit with Mrs. Neugebauer's sisters, Mrs, P. O. Short and Mrs. Eva Gehl- huusen of Carrollton until July 14. They plan to reside in San Diego. Tomorrow's Dinner Barbecued chicken, rice stulfing, roasted corn, pickled peaches and garden relishes, French bread, chive spiked lettuce salad, watermelon, cut* lee, tea, milk. MISS WHITE Miss White Plans Wedding On July 17 Mr. and Mrs. George White of Urbana are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Lynn, to George Franklin Smith, son -if Mr, and Mrs. George Franklin Smith of 310 Airline Dr., East Alton. The couple plans to be married July 17 in the First Christian Church at Mattoon. Miss White was graduated from Mattoon High School in 1957 and attended the University of Illinois for two years in the College of Commerce. Her social sorority was Chi Omega. She is now employed as a secretary by HuniKo Division of (he National Dairy Produce Corp., Champaign. Mr. Smith is a 1955 graduate, of F.ast Alton-Wood River Coir- munity High School. He WHS graduated in 1959 from the University of Illinois with u bachelor of science decree in chemical engineering. He was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, his social fraternity, and Si«ma Tau, an honorary engineering fraternity. He was employed part-time in the Foi- estry Department while attending the university. He was recently released from the 4r? my, having been stationed it Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and is now employed at a technologist in the experimental labor- story of Shell Oil Company. DEAR ANN: My youngest son was married Easter Sunday. Clinton left home at the age of 17 to go to a bigger city to work. He is only 21 and was supposed to send me money so I could visit him over the Easter holidays. Well, he got married instead. My new ! daughter-in-law, I understand, is almost old enough to be his mother. She is Ann lenders. 34, owns the restaurant where he went to woVk, and has two children by a former marriage. When Clinton phoned to tell me the news I dropped the receiver out of my hand and almost knocked out a front tooth. I've been on nerve pills ever since. Clinton has written me three times to tell me how happy he is and what a wonderful woman he married. I told him in two different letters that I don't want bim to bring that wench in the same town with me, and not to phone or write again so long as he is still married to her. How can I let him know that he has broken his dear mother's heart? TORN TO SHREDS DEAR SHREDS: If your letter to me is accurate, I think he must have the message. * * * He DEAR ANN: I'm a widower with three daughters. 1 went with a very nice woman who worked in the same office. I'll call her Janet. After several months. Janet broke the engagement and promptly married a man who had a better position and family money besides. Although I was hurt, I never held it against her. Janet is now the head of a large office. My oldest daughter needed a character reference for a job so I phoned Janet and asked if she would supply it. She was most cordial on the phone and said she'd be happy to. Yesterday my daughter came home in tears. Janet treated her like a stranger, said she couldn't supply the reference because she didn't know her that well. Why would a woman be so mean'.' You know the female mentality I don't, Ann Landers. Please clear up this mystery for me. H.P.F. UK All II.r.F.: The woman's rudeness w a s a slap at you. Janet may well be unhappy in her marriage and she may blame you for permitting the other man to shove you out of the picture. People often select as a target for their anger someone not directly responsible. This was her way of getting even. ANNs I've been reading your column for a long time and have witnessed your taking up the cudgels for the barbers, the newspaper boys. hat-check girls, waitresses, taxi drivers, and even the women who can't make gelatin des> serfs! I was disappointed that you gave so little help to the teen-ager who complained because his dad' didn't know enough to keep his oily mitts off the kid's records. You were entirely too gentle with the big ape. Also, you seemed horrified that a diamond stylus was necessary. Sure, it's expensive, but for scientific and technical reasons, the two-bit needle of 20 years ago just won't do. I'm a 40-year-old coot who has enjoyed thousands of hours of pleasure from my hi-fi system, and heaven help anyone who paws my micro-grooves! Fine records are wonderful friends and they deserve to be handled with love, understanding and gentle care. ANTI-PAWERS * * • * DEAR ANN: After reading all the hints on how to make gelatin, 1 decided my recipe was the best. Here it is: Warm a tray of ice cubes, throw in some gelatin, add fresh pineapple and marshmallows shaped like stars. Bring to a furious boil. Dump into a bowl which has been greased with mutton tallow, then throw the whole mess out. No one would eat anyway. Then make an apple pie and serve it with cheese. Now, you're cookin', Ann. PANHANDLE PETE To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull," send for Artn Landers' booklet, "What to Expect From Marriage," enclosing wjth your request 20 cents in • coin and 'a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of the Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) <© I960. Field Enterprises. Inc.) Eliedge Family Has Reunion Some 35 people attended the all day reunion of the Eliedge family Sunday in Westerner Club. The picnic was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Hurley and daughter, Linda, who are visiting here from San Francisco. Mrs. Hurley is the formW Miss Kva Eliedge. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem El ledge of Alton. Other out-of-town relatives attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benz of Nebo; and Mrs. Rosemary McCleery and daughter, Valerie, of Granite City. WMA Picnic Col. and Mrs. Ralph B Jackson and Maj. and Mrs. Charles Jackson entertained about 175 families at the annual Independence Day picnic at Western Military Academy Monday evening. Swimming in the academy pool preceded the potluck dinner. Upper Alton Baptist Church was the scene of the marriage Saturday evening of Miss Barrie Kay Zoll and Harold Douglas Chappell Jr. The Rev. Robert J. Cochran officiated at the 8 o'clock ceremony after which the couple received In the Riviera Room of the Hotel Stratford. Miss Zoll Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Franklin Zoll of 3216 Kendall Ave. Mr. Chappell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chappell Sr. of 3271 Hawthorne PI. Miss Patricia Flory WHS maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Harriet Sheley of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Ann Huth of Chicago. The flower girl was Michelle Flory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Flory. Edward Ray Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cox %vas ring bearer. Curtis J. Smith was best man, and groomsmen were Donald Kelly Turner and Donald Edward Hayes. Edward May, Sidney Frey, Lester Bowles and James Meisenheimer were ushers. Mrs, Helm Hermann was musician. The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and taffeta, Designed with a Peter Pan collar and large puff sleeves. The full skirt was worn over hoops, and swept into a chapel train Her silk illusion veil was secured to a crystal crown. The women attendants and flower girl were attired identically in lemon-ice silk organza street length dresses with full skirts and wide crushed cummerbunds. They wore cro\vnless hairbraid hats with matching organza bows. The former Miss Zoll is a graduate of the University of Illinois, and will be employed by the Veterans Administration Hospital at Great Lakes Training Center. She is a member of Zeta'Beta Psi. Her husband attended Washington University and Alton Residence Center of Southern Illinois University. He is a student at Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, 111., where the couple will reside. His social • fraternity is Kappa Sigma. Nuptials Read July 2 At Car roll ton Mrs. Patricia Young Linn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young, of Carrollton, and Jerry Howland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Howland, also of Carrollton, were married Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev. Darwin Rolens in the First Baptist Church of Carrollton. A reception at the home of the groom's parents followed the ceremony. Mrs. Douglass Heimer and Robert Howland, brother of the groom, served as attendants. The bride is a graduate of Carrollton Community High School. The groom, a graduate of the same school is now employed by Laclede Steel Company. Following a honeymoon the couple will reside in the Clark Apartments on 5th street, Carrollton. MRS. DONALD RAY TROWBRIDGE (Hicks Studio Photo) Mrs. Wollain, Mr. Lfihr Wed Sunday Mrs. Dorcas Georg Wollam of Ladue, Mo., was married to James Lahr, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lahr of Greenfield, Saturday in St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Clayton, Mo. The Rev. William A. Hover performed the ceremony. A wedding breakfast was served at the Missouri Athletic Club following the ceremony. Mrs. Lahr has been employed as a secretary in the adminr istrative offices of Washington University. Mr. Lahr is administrative director of conferences and short courses at the university. The couple will reside in Clayton. Tips If you have freckles, take advantage of this mark of youth to add sparkle and personality to your appearance. Let tfiem show through the thinnest application of foundation make-up when you wear sport clothes, and they will impart a fresh, youthful look that is most attractive in daytime. Alton Women of the Moose- will hold formal initiation this evening at 8 o'clock in Moose Home. Veterans of World War I. Alton Barracks 986 and their auxiliary will meet Sunday at- ternoon at 2 o'clock in Steelworkers' Abel Hall. Lunch will be served. Degree of Pocahontas, Lill- maee Council 222, will have installation of officers at their regular meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in Teamsters' and Chauffeurs' Hall. A potluck" will follow the meeting. Churches Sunshine Circle of Cherry Street Baptist Church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Lawrence Schaaf, Mrs. Harry Tate, Mrs. Alrnon Pelhank, Mrs. Ernest Sons and Mrs. Mathilda Batchelor. Woman's Mission Society of First Baptist Church will have a potluck luncheon Thursday at noon. The Circle leaders will be hostesses. Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Forest Holford and sons of Denver, Colo., returned to their home Saturday after visiting with relatives for a week. Simple Styling, Daily Brushing, Rx for Hfiir By ALICIA HART In the high humidity of summer, things happen to your hair. It either goes limp or frizzes up. Sometimes it contrives to do both at once. Fortunately, there is something you can do to prevent it looking its worst on very hot days or at the seaside. The first is to have your hair cut a shorter length than you wear in the winter months. Have it styled simply so that you can set it yourself each* niftht. Next, equip yourself with some chiffon head scarves in pretty pastels. These come in helmet shapes now and either tie or snap on. They're intended to keep you pretty and in order in an open car, ,at the seaside or just on a generally breezy day. If you need a soft body permanent, have one. But don't go about all summer clutching a can of hair spray as if it were your last hope. It isn't. And, along with the sun, it may help to dry out your hair. Each 'day, use your hair brush vigorously. It won't brush out the curl and it will give you healthy, shining hair that trains easily. Fashion Facts Those clear plastic handbags which women like for summer aren't pretty when they're jammed with pencils, cleansing tissues, scraps of paper and other oddments. If you carry one, make sure that the contents are neat and orderly. Sun-Dried? Given In marriage by her step-father, J. W. Marshall. Miss Judith Ann Atteberry became the bride Saturday afternoon of Donald Ray Trowbridge. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church performed the 3 o'clock ceremony in the College Avetiue Preshy- terian Church, and^the couple received in the church parlors. A rehearsal dinner wag hfd In the home of the groom's parents on Friday evening. Attending were the bridal oar- ty and relatives, Including Mrs. Bessie Ford, the brld* groom's grandmother, from Petaluma, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Cox, the bride's grandparents. The bride is the daughter of Mr. J. W. Marshall of 1002 Alton St.. and D. R. Atteberry of Munster, Ind. Thei bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Trowbrldge of Godfrey. Miss Donna Atteberry WM maid of honor for her sister, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Brady Ivester and Miss Jane Harris. The flower girl was Regina Gall Downs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Downes. Brady Ivester was best man. artd groomsmen were Robert Brown and Ray Thomeczek. Robert Travis and Merrill Cox seated guests. Organist was Marinus Bardolph. The bride's floor length gown was made of nylon sheer over tulle and taffeta. The voluminous skirt, worn over hoops, featured a wide lace band Inserted in front and back, giving an apron effect. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a crown of nylon sheer leaves. She carried a cascade of lilies of the valley with white orchids. The bridesmaids were attired identically in street length gowns of peppermint green silk organza over contrasting taffeta: The bodices featured bolero effects, anil the full skirts were worn over tiered net underskirts. Their headdresses were silk organza bows with modesty veils attached. They carried French nosegays of sweetheart roses, carnations and daisies in yellow and white shades. Both Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge are employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Both are graduates of Alton High School, the bride in 1959 and her husband in 1957. prior to attending Lincoln College, Lincoln, 111. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the cou- pJe will reside in Godfrey. > Relatives Attend Baptism Here Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mandrel! of 2300 Holman St. have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce and children, Gary and Gail, of Cincinnati, XJhio. The group arrived Saturday to attend the baptism of Mr. and Mrs. Mandrell's daughter. Melody Marie, which was held Sunday in First Baptist Church. Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Mandrel]'s cousin, is the godmother of the child. She and her husband and son returned home Monday. Gail will visit with the Man- drells for two weeks. complete with GOOD WISHES, HAPPINESS, and FRIENDSHIP 7M i. AJte NO 1*311 Give your skin T/tttrtwent every time you wash wltfcSgpman DOM your •kin dry out, age and tighten in. hot, tunny, windy, weather* . . . H'» ea»y to prevent. Give your face, hauoi, neck . . . your skin all over , . , a Lanolin trtatm«nt,wHh Styaua laaoiaied every time you «teante. g elu softens. uothei, re* •tore* good akin health like Lanolin. Uae Special Pupate feymaa l«aoiated tap In both kitchen and bath. Beach for the Sayman Soap in the pink wrappar naxt (iota you loop. 104W. Third St., Alton HO 2-7131 BEAUTY SALON Meuonin* 2nd Floor Comfortably Air-conditioned July SPECIAL! BUDGET COLD WAVE PERMANENT 4 95 THIS WEEK ONLY Haircut! . . , , 95c Ateomt

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