Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 8, 1960
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PAQB TON ALfcON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 8,1980 • Frey-Flory Vows Said In Upper Alton Church Miss Patricia Louise Flory became th* bride of Sydney William Frey Jr., Saturday evrntng at 7:30 o'clock in the Upper Alton Baptist Church. The Rev. Robert Cbchran officiated at the ceremony before an altar banked with fems and candelabra. The couple received in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford, after which they departed on a honeymoon in Colorado. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Flory, 3220 Kendall Ave. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Frey, 411 Doerr St., Roxana. Miss Pamela Flory was maid of honor for her sister, and Michele Flory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flory, was flower girl. Kenny Noll, son. of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Noll of' Tucson, and a nephew of Mr. Frey, was ring bearer. C. T. Frey of Mason, Ohio, was best man for his brother. Seating guests were Stan Woods of Springfield, Mo., and James Nessl of St. Louis. Mrs. Robert Cochran was organist. The bride wore a gown of silk and mist taffeta with portrait neckline and bracelet length sleeves. Chantilly lace covered with pearls and sequins decorated the bodice and front panel. The skirt featured a flat front and bustle back, sweeping into a chapel train. Her finger tip veil was held to a crown edged with pearls. She carried white roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor and flower girl wore dresses of yellow organdy over yellow silk, with scoop necks and full skirts. They wore hats with open crowns and carried yellow roses. The former Miss Flory is a 1955 graduate of Alton High School, and earned her bachelor of science degree in education at Southern Illinois Uni- MRS SYDNEY WILLIAM FREY JR. (Gravcmann Studio Photo) versity at Carbondale in 1959. She is employed as an English teacher in Roxana Community High School. She is a member 617 Sigma Kappa, social sorority, and of Speechmis- tress Club. x Mr. Frey was graduated from Roxana Community High School in 1953, and from Illinois University in 1958 with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering. He is a member of Phalaynx, honorary military fraternity, and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Reserve. He is employed by Shell Oil Co., in its research laboratory. The couple will live at 123 E. Sixth St., Roxana. MRS. DONALD DAVID SLOAN (Graul Photo) Miss Strohbeck Is Bride Of Donald David Sloan Bethalto Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock of Miss Ann Lucille Strohbeck and Donald David Sloan. The Rev. Leo L. Copeland officiated, and the couple received, following the ceremony, in the church social room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Victor Strohbeck, 611 Second St., Bethalto, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sloan, 1152 Blair Ave.. Cottage Hills. Miss Norma Sitzes of Bethalto was maid of honor, and Miss Rebecca Sloan, the bridegroom's sister, was bridesmaid. Kathy Tungett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tungett, was flower girl, and Jerry Hall, bon of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hall, was ring bearer. Jerry Sloan was best man fpr his brother, and Clayton Bond was groomsman. Howan) Baker, Virgil Strohfoerk, William Tungett and Mike Cd- Uiu seated the guests. Mi»» Jaan Miller played organ ac oompaniment for the soloibt, Ifn. Leroy Tungett of Decatur, cousin of tfa» bridegroom. The bride's gown of embroidered nylon tulle and plain tulle over satin was styled with a fitted bodice, short alaevec and Sabrina neckline. The bouffant atdrt featured tierk of the two type* of tulJ*, terminating in a chapel twin. H*r flna«rtlp veil of U- lusion was held in place by a queen's crown of rhinestones and pearls. She carried a white orchid on a Bible with streamers and stephanotis. The rnaid of honor, bridesmaid and flower girl appeared in street length dresses of white nylon organdy over blue, yellow and pink taffeta, featuring full skirts, and topped with embroidered jackets and cummerbunds. They wore velvet clips with pearl trimmed veils, and carried Marguerite daisies, pom pons and roses The former Miss Strohbeck was graduated in June from Civic Memorial High School and is employed, by Owens- Illinois. Mr. Sloan is a 1957 graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by the Kroger Co. in Montiuello Plaza. After a honeymoon at the Lake ol the Ozarks the couple will reside at 157 Blair Ave., Cottage Hills. Honored at Shower Mrs Klbert Pitchford was honored Friday evening at a stork shower given in East Alton Savings and Loan A«bo- dation by Mrs. Roilin Orr and Mr*. Richard Witt. Gifts from the 28 guests were placed in a baby basket on a tabje decorated with a large tttork. Favors were napkin* ftuhiuned like diapers and held with gold safety pins. Decora Hunt were in blue and pink. Brock and Thiel Vows Sunday In Jerseyville Miss Frances Ellen Thiel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Thiel of Jerseyville, became the bride of Joseph Charles Brock Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brock of Jerseyville in a double ring service performed at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, Jerseyville. The pastor. Rev. Harold Lane, officiated and immediately after the ceremony, the couple received in the fireside room of the church. A large basket of white gladioli and chrysanthemums centered the altar before a background of palms. Burning tapers in branched candelabra were used on the altar and both aisles through which the wedding party passed were marked by lighted candles attached to the pews and entwined with smilax. The bride chose Mrs. Donald J. Rowling of Pekin, 111., a former classmate at MacMurray College, as matron of honor, and her bridesmaids were Miss Belle Rozum of Grafton and another college friend, Miss Mary Jan Van Amberg of Cherokee, Iowa. Paul Anders of, Mehlville, Mo.', was best man for Mr. Brock, and Raymond Bauslaugh of Rock Island and Earl Jandus of Brookfield, 111., were groomsmen. All are college friends of the groom. Ushers included Bruce Brock, brother of the groom, and Fred B. Thiel Jr., brother of the bride, both of Jerseyville. Miss Janet Edwards of Jerseyville, a classmate of the bride's at MacMurray College, presided at the organ during the service and presented a program of nuptial music. The bride's formal gown of white silk organza over taffeta was styled with a fitted bodice having a deep oval neckline and brief sleeves. The full skirt swept into a court train and was appliqued with large handmade silk roses in a garland design. The same applique motif was used on the neckline and one large rose with a flat bow decorated the back. Her short veil composed of three layers of tulie, fell from a crown of pearls and crystals and she carried a cascade bouque of phaleo- nupsis, stephanotis and orchids. The attendants' street length dresses were all alike, fashioned of Jadette silk orgaiua. he bodices had scoop necklines, tiny cap sleeves and featured an under camisole top cut in a deep heart design. The full, three tiered skirts were made over crinoline. Their circular veils matching their dresses, were held by bow bands and they held bouquets of white Majestic daisies in cascade arrangement. Following the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Brock left for a wedding trip to Nova Scotia, Canada, and upon their return will reside at 3938 Berger Ave., The Wo HIGH Marshall And Menard Social EveiMs — Group Activities Miss Judy Chiolero Wed Saturday to John Ford Wed at 7 o'clock Saturday evening In Messiah Lutheran Church were Miss Judy Chiolero, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Chiolero of 500 Main St., and John Alan Ford, son of Mrs. Llla Sunderland of 1305 Alby St. and the late Lee A. Ford. The Rev. Cart Hilgendorf performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with a pedestal bouquet of gladioli and woodwardia fern. A reception and dinner in Steelworkers' Abel Hall followed the wedding. Miss Joan Chiolero, twin sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Miss Becky Lee Boedecker was bridesmaid. Cindy Bertich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bertich of St. Louis, was flower girl. Steve Mormino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mormino, was ring bearer. Best man was the groom's brother, Phil Ford, and groomsman was Robert Scott. Jerry dhiolero, brother of the bride, and Thomas Sandidge, cousin of the groom, were ushers. Mrs. Jeannie Piphee, soloist, and Mrs. Walter Widenhoefer, organist, provided music for the ceremony. The bride's gown of Rachelle lace over satin was designed with a round neckline and short sleeves. The full skirt featured a pleated back falling into a cathedral train. A Juliet cap secured the finger tip veil trimmed with tiny pearls. The bridal bouquet was composed of white carnations with lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid and maid of honor were attired in gowns of canary yellow and tan fashioned of silk organza. The dresses featured two tone taffeta cummerbunds with butterfly bows and streamers in back falling to the hem of the tiered MRS. JOHN ALAN FORD (Gravemann Studio Photo) net skirts. Crowns of hair braid trimmed with pearls held their short circular veils. Their flowers were champaign carnations. The flower girl wore a dress similar to those of the women attendants and a bandeau of hair braid and yellow pom pons. She carried a poke bon- net basket of yellow pom pons. The former Miss Chiolero, graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Sharon's Beauty Salon. The groom was graduated from the same school and is a member of the Air Force. The couple plans to reside in San Antonio, Tex. Ann Landers She's Trying to Kill Herself With Fork Instead of Gun DEAR ANN; My wife's mother has lost a total of 1,100 pounds since I've known her, which is 17 years. Oddly enough, she never admits to gaining an ounce. She goes , on crash diets, loses 35 or 40 pounds at a time then puts it all back on. At the moment she's dangerously overweight. She has diabetes as well as high blood Ann Lander*, pressure and ignores the doctor's warnings. She eats all the wrong things then complains of heartburn and indigestion. My mother-in-law lives with us and gives my wife a very hard time. She's ahvays sneaking food and then says to my wife "Why did you let me eat that, you know it's bad for me?" What can we do to keep this woman from killing herself? J and M DEAR J and M: Your mother-in-law sounds like an advanced neurotic who is trying to kill herself— with a fork instead of a gun. There is nothing anyone can do except urge her to do something for herself. Her weight problem may well be tied in with a mental problem. People who eat excessively when they know it's going to make them sick are unconsciously punishing themselves. And people who are unhappy because they are overweight are frequently overweight because they are unhappy. DEAR ANN: I need body grown up to stick up for me. My uncle is moving out of town and he brought over his two pet hamsters in a cage and made me a present of them. I also have his book on how to take care of them. Unc says they are swell pets. He has had these hamsters for six months and they never caused him any trouble, My mother is mad at my Unc because she says ham- St, Louis. \*~ Both Mr. arid Mrs. Brock were graduated from Jersey Community High School in 1955, The bride received her degree from MacMurray College in 1059 and is a research assistant at St. Louis University. Mr. Brook wat. graduated from Culver-Stockton College in 1959 and U on the faculty of Affton Junior High School in Affton, Mo. He is a member of the Lion* Club of Crestwood, Mo. sters are smelly things and she doesn't want to be bothered. She won't let me have a cat or a dog or a bird because she says they are too much work. Mom claims hamsters hatch very fast and she doesn't want to take any chances of having a whole herd before we know it. Please help me win this fight. I want to keep them and I promise to be a good master. LEE DEAR LEE: If these two hamsters have been roommates for six months and there are still only two, they are probably brothers. Hamsters do not smell very good, but they are not much trouble. Since you've promised to take care of them yourself, T hope your mom will reconsider. * * * * DEAR ANN: I'm a girl 13 who has a stuck-up cousin who thinks she is royalty or somettiing. No matter what my mother buys for me this cousin has to have one exactly like it. I like nice clothes and go to a lot of trouble to get things that are out of the ordinary. It just makes me furious when this cousin turns up with either the exact thing or some- tiling very nearly like it. What can be done about copy-cats like her? COPIED DEAR COPIED: Accept the imitation as a compliment. If your cousin didn't admire you she wouldn't try to copy. Know, too, that the original is bound to have a quality that belongs to that person alone. The imitator is always second-rate. * * * * Confidential to BACHELOR FROM SAN ANTONIO WHO BET ME A QUARTER HIS LETTER WOULD NEVER BE PRINTED: I won't print it. (Send the quarter.) * » • * Are you tempted to smoke because the crowd does? It so, send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Teen-age Smoking," enclosing with your request 10 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stumped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Sened them to her in oare of the Alton Telegraph and enclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) (0 IHf FteM KatarftrtMt, Inc.) Job's Daughters Honor Friends At Meeting Frank Harris and Harold Neikirk were honored during a meeting of Alton Bethel of Job's Daughters Saturday evening in Piasa Masonic Temple. Mr. Harris was 81 years old on Friday, and Mr. Neikirk was 69 on July 5. Their birthdays were recognized by the group. Both honorees were escorted to the East where they sat as guests of honor, and were presented pins. After the meeting, candles were lighted on cakes in the dining room, and the group extended birthday greetings. A skit in honor of the two was conducted by Miss Judy Parks, Miss Janet Daniels, Miss Judy Betz, Miss Frances Munson, Miss Ta- tnarra Hutte and Miss Sandra Ozee. Plans were made during the business meeting for an inspection and initiation Sept. 17, for an excursion on the Steamer Admiral on Aug. 18, and a trip to the Highlands by bus on Aug. 16. Also discussed was a fashion show and card party for Sept. 14. The mothers club planned to meet with Mrs. John Wolf at her home, 2060 Alby St., Tuesday evening, Sept. 13 at 7:30 o'clock. The next meeting of the group will be on Aug. 20. Return From West Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jones and son, Phillip, of 1123 Juniper PI., Godfrey, have returned from an extended trip to the West. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Don Parr in Attica, Kan., and stopped in Colorado Springs, Denver, Pike's Peak, the Air Force Academy, and Estes Park. In Salt Lake City, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Knowles, brother-in-law, and sister or Mr. Jones; and with Max Hodges, formerly of Shurtleff College. In Nisland, S. D., they stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Teague, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Jones; and in Elgin, with Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Whitlock. Ptl-TIIN JUNIOt WOM1N1 AffAUL PATRICIA'S PRESS SHOP W» CaotnU Avf. HO TREAT YOURSELF TO laundry-Fluffy Pllliwi Ticking Weihed Separately Vows Saturday Afternoon Donald Ray Marshall and his bride, the former Ml«a Lynn Menard, are honeymam- ing at Lake Taneycomo in the Ozarks following their marriage which took place Saturday afternoon in First Baptist Church. The ceremony was read at 3 o'clock by Ihe Rev. Orrin Anderson, pastor of the church. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Mildred T Warren of Godfrey and the late Theodore Menard, was escortpd to the attar by her brother, Malcolm B. Menard. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple received friends in Hie home of Mrs. Joseph W). Buckingham, 1845 Evergreen Ave. For the ceremony the bride appeared in a gown of silk organza and re-embroidered Alencon lace over satin. The dress was highlighted by sequins and seed pearls, and was designed with long sleeves and Sabrina neckline. The bouffant skirt terminated in a cathedral length train. Her fingertip length veil of illusion was attached to a lace crown, and she carried a bouquet of white stephanotis and ivy centered by an orchid. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Walter L. Petro. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gail Buenger, and Mrs. Robert Ninker. The women wore waltz length dresses of blue silk organza over taffeta styled with full skirts, portrait necklines, short shirred sleeves and back bustles. Their hairbraid picture hats were in matching color, and they held sweetheart roses on white lace fans. Best man for Mr. Marshall was Brad Motsinger of St. Louis. Groomsmen were Robert Ninker of St. Louis, and MRS. DONALD RAY MARSHALL (Gravemann Studio Photo) Walter L. Petro. Serving us ushers were Errol Bosley, Robert Bower, John W. Jones, and Sid Hormel. David Cope was vocal soloist, and Miss Nancy Cope was organist. Both are of Jerseyville. The altar was lighted by candles, and decorated with white gladioli and greenery. The couple will reside at 1920 Worden Ave. They are both employed as elementary teachers by the Alton Public School System, and both are graduates of Southern Illinois University. Born to: Mr. and Mm. James Becker, 1619a Seminary St., a son, 6 pounds, 6 ounces, 3:10 a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ed- dlnger, 612 Longfellow St., a son, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, 6:58 a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Mathls, Rt. 1, Medora, a son, 7 pounds, 13 ounces, 10:27 a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAfee, Dorchester, a son, 4 pounds, 8 ounces, 8:02 p.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Stttea, 2447 Sylvan Lane, a son, 7 pounds, 1 ounce, 8:50 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krotz Jr., Rt. 1, Godfrey, a daughter, 9 pounds, 1 ounce, 7:12 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lamanske, 144 E. Fifth St., Roxana, a daughter, 7 pounds, 9:32 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Santy, 554 S. Tenth fit., Wood River, a son, 8 pounds, 8 ounces, 8:42 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Wyrick, 232 Westwood PI., East Alton, a son, 7 pounds, 2 ounces, 11:19 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Boron, 135 Ohio St., East Alton, a daughter, Debbie Lynn, 6 pounds, 7 ounces, 10:52 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Brenda 9, Rodney 7. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wolfe, Western Military Academy, a son, 9 pounds, 1 ounce, 12:34 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, James 3, Robert, 15 months. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fry, Grafton, a daughter, 7 pounds, 6 ounces, 3:15 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. El- der child. Edward, 3"£. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stuby, 603 Shepard St., a daughter, 5 pounds, 14 ounces, 8:16 a.m., today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, David, '2. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruyle, 601 Vi Leonard St., a son. Joseph Douglas, 6 pounds and 7 ounces, 8:36 a.m., Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Bollard, 2222 Washington Ave., a daughter, Karen Alice, 7 pounds, 15 ounces, 12:59 a.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Janice Ellen, 2Vi. The baby is a granddaughter of Maurice Hausman, Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Irving Bostick, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ballard. Mr. and Airs. Joseph Down- Ing, 162 Maple St., Cottage Hills, a son, Patrick Orville, 6 pounds, 12 ounces, 4:46 a.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Joseph, 8, and Laura, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grader, 224 Bender St., a son, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 4:07 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Eight elder children. . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Budde, 2508 Francis St., a daughter, 5 pounds, 13 ounces, 9:32 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Joyce, 4, and Julia, 1%. Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Ryder Jr., 1137 Walnut Dr., •Cottage Hills, a son, 7 pounds, 11 ounces, 3:22 p.m., Wood River Township Hospital, Saturday. Elder children, Donald 6, Cathy 4. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hamilton, 49 Ray St., Cottage Hills, a son, 5 pounds, 8 ounces, Sunday, 9:10 a.m., Wood River Booth-Baird Nuptials in Bunker Hill Mr. and Mrs. Gary Don Booth are living at the home of Mrs. Booth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baird of Bunker Hill, following their marriage Sunday, July 31, it Bunker Hill. Mrs. Booth is the former Miss Sharon Kay Baird. Mr. and Mrs. Booth attended Alton schools. Mr. Booth, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Booth of 632 E. Ninth St., is employed by Owens-Illinois. Leave for Mexico Miss Diana Huskamp of Altamount PI.; Miss Mary Connell, 1115 Diamond; Miss Rose Finn, 319 Dorris St., and Miss Emma Fin, 2233 Brown St., left by plane Sunday evening for a conducted tour of Mexico City. They will also visit Acapulco, Taxco, and Toluco San Jose Purua, and will return in about 10 days. Birthday Parties Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Carr, 2300 Morning Star Dr., entertained with parties on Saturday and Sunday afternoons in honor of their daughter, Ruth Ann,-on her eleventh birthday. Township Hospital. Elder children, Randy l>' a , Pamela 3. Sun-Dried? Fall Faihloni Demand B Slim Figure — Join Our Body Beautiful Club Now I PAULENE'S HOUSE OF FASHION— Montlcello Plaza Dial HO «-3Ml BODY BEAUTIFUL SALON Alton Plata Dial HO 8-5731 W & Bdwy. Dial HO f*uil Give your skin 104 W. 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