Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 10, 1963
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 Week- Weddings of Interest in the Alton Area Cousley-William son Miss Mary Lou Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Williamson of East St. Louis, ribbon. A lace headpiece secured her silk illusion veil, and she carried a hand bou- . , , mint of stephanotis. feathered became the bnde of Stephen ( ! arna|jo , ls nnd pink rosps . Alexander Cousley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Cousley of G08 E. 16th St. at 7:30 p.m., Saturday. The wedditlg ceremony was read by the Rev. Henry Clay Wright in St. Paul's Methodist Church, East St. Louis. The couple received friends afterward in the church. Mrs. H. R. Gentsch was matron of honor, and Mrs. Charles Williamson, the bride's sister- in-law, was her bridesmaid. Mr. Cousley was attended by Walter W. Weaver, his best man, and by Harvey L. Grandstaff, groomsman. David Consley, brother of the bridegroom, was acolyte. Alternate bands of lace and shirring covered the bodice of the bride's lace and taffeta floor length gown, which was sashed with blush pink velvet The women attendants' gowns were made of white eyelet over pink taffeta with bell-shaped skills and petal pink satin trim. Their pink carnation bouquets were accented with sweetheart roses. The former Miss Williamson has taught for the past year in the second grade of Central Grade School. Koxana. Mr. Cousley is working on his master's degree at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. He is a member of Phi Kappa Tau, social fraternity; Sigma Delta Chi. professional journalistic society; SIU Sphinx Club: and for the past two years was a resident fellow in Thompson Point Dormitories. The couple will honeymoon in the Ozarks area, and will live at 1449 Williams St., Wood River. Ryan-Warren Miss Jessie Warren, daughter of Joe Nathan Warren of 2512 Locust St., and Erskine Hollis Ryan of 1046 Tremont Ave., will honeymoon in Hawaii and Tahiti. The couple was married at 7 p.m. Saturday. Mr. Ryan is the son of Mrs. Ollie Shanks of Birmingham, Ala. The Rev. Everett Allen officiated at the ceremony in Allen Chapel, AME Church. A reception followed in the Sky Room of Hotel Stratford. Miss Lula V. Warren of St. Louis was her sister's bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by LeRoy Goree of Birmingham. Mrs. Alphonsus Knight of St. valley. Miss Warren's sheath gown was marie of shrimp colored chiffon with a jacket and floating back panels. Her headpiece was a chiffon rosebud with net veiling: and she carried yellow feathered carnations. The bride received a bachelor of science degree from Lincoln University: and a master's degree from the University of Wisconsin. She is a member of St. Louis alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta. She is employed by the Alton school system at Lincoln School. Mr. Ryan earned his bachelor of arts degree from Lincoln University and did grad- Louis sang, accompanied by uate work at the universities Mrs. Thelma Lewis, organist. The bride wore a bouquet taffeta sheath gown with an oval- shaped chapel train, and a pearl and organza crown with an illusion veil. She carried a cascade arrangement of cymbidium orchids and lilies of the of Missouri and Colorado. His fraternity is Alpha Phi Alpha. He is employed by the Alton school system as an art instructor. The couple will live at 11036 Hathaway Manor, St. Louis County. Jenkins-Bricker Miss Georgia Lee Bricker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bricker of Rte. 1, John R. Jenkins served as his brother's best man. The groomsmen were Donald S. Jenkins, also a brother of the bride- Godfrey, became the bride of groom; and Richard Powell. Harry Edward Jenkins Saturday at 8 p.m. in Community Congregational Church, Godfrey. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jenkins, 322 Niagara Ave., East Alton. The Rev. Frank B. McDuffee officiated at the ceremony. The Mrs. Charles Kruse and Mrs. C. A. Nicolet were vocalist and organist, respectively. The bride's gown featured a Chantilly lace bodice, and tiers of lace-edged organza extending from the pick-up skirt to form a peacock train. A pearl and lace crown secured her couple received friends after- shoulder length veil, and she ward in the church fellowship carried white roses, stephanotis hall. Miss Wilma Bricker was her sister's maid of honor. Mrs. Norman Harms of Carlinville, and Mrs. Richard Powell of Brighton were bridesmaids. The bridegroom's niece, Nancy Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins of University City. Mo., was flower girl. and a white orchid. The attendants wore pink embroidered organdy street length dresses with matching pink hats, and carried bouquets of white mums and pink roses. On their return from an Ozark honeymoon, the couple will live in their new home on Bartlett Lane in Godfrey. Dicker son-Miller crown trimmed with sequins and pearls secured her four- tier illusion veil, and she carried white orchids. Her attendants, street length, pastel dresses were of silk organza over taffeta. A fabric rose held their pouf veils, and their Hall, Wood River, followed the flowers were cascade bouquets First Presbyterian Church of Roxana was the scene of the wedding at 7 p.m. Saturday of Miss Doris A. Miller and Dale G. Dickerson. The Rev. William Rice officiated. A reception in the American Legion ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy U. Miller of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Dickerson, 210 Rohm of carnations and snowdrift pompons. The bride, a graduate of Jersey Community High School and Miss Hickey's Business School PI., Roxana, are parents of the for Secretaries, is an employe bridegroom. Mrs. Joyce Moore of Jerseyville served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Janet Loellke of Jerseyville and Miss Candace Dickerson of Roxana. Attending the groom were Larry Milazzo of Rosewood Heights, H. A. Walmsby and Frank Dickerson, both of Roxana. The bride wore a gown of taffeta and Chantilly lace. A lace of Shell Oil Co. Her husband is a graduate of Roxana High School and a senior student at Southern Illinois University where he served as treasurer of the Student Council and is a member of Phi Eta Sigma fraternity. He is employed by the Bethalto School District. The couple will reside at 658 Lorena Ave., Wood River. Ebbler- Johnston Ladue Chapel in St. Louis was the scene of the wedding at 5 p.m. Saturday of Miss Sue Ella Johnston of St. Louis and Robert Thomas Ebbler, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ebbler, 515 Eugene St. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Johnston of St. Louis. Dr. James F. Neill officiated at Uie ceremony, which was followed by a dinner in the fel- grosgrain bows, lowship hall of the chapel. Miss Lea Ann Bowman of St. Louis was maid of honor; and Mrs. David Kelce, the bride's sister of Columbia, Mo., was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were the Misses Suzanne Franklin und Vicki Johnston, both of St. lx>uis. The latter is the bride's sister. John Kodros served as best rntui. TJie groomsmen were the David Kelce. Frank Perkins was organist. The ivory peau sheath gown worn by the bride featured a mock Alencon lace bolero, a tucked cummerbund and detachable train. Her veil was held in place by a pearl and lace crown. The women attendants wore MRS. SAVHK Meloy "Sayre Married Sunday in Calvary Baptist Church were Miss Roberta Diane Meloy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Meloy, 350fl Bloomer Drive, and Paul Randolph Sayre Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Sayre of Lebanon, Mo. The Rev. Howard Taylor performed the ceremony at 2 p.m. Attendants for the couple were Miss Ruth Mitchell of Wood River and Lawrence Rubusch of St. Louis. A reception was given in the home of the bride's parents following the wedding. The bride, a 1959 graduate of Alton High School, attended Southern Illinois University here. She is employed by the First National Bank in St. Louis in its transit department. Mr. Sayre is a supervisor in the same department of the bank. The couple will live at 804 Henry St. Watkifts-Water Miss Marjorie Water became the bride of Robert Watkins Jr., at 7:30 p.m. Satutrday in Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Todd Taylor officiated at the ceremony. The couple received at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watkins, 3308 Fernwood Ave. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Water of Eldred. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hienes, brother-in-law and sister of the groom, were the couple's only attendants. The bride was attired in a blue street length dress worn with a corsage of white roses. Mrs. Hienes wore a beige street length dress and a corsage of red roses. The bride is a 1957 graduate of Carrollton High School and was graduated May 26 from the Passavant Hospital School of Nursing in Jacksonville. Mr. Watkins was graduated from Alton High School in 1957. He attended Southern Illinois University and is stationed at Fort Hood, Tex. Mr. Watkins will leave for Germany in July. His bride will stay with her parents until she joins her husband in the fall. Boyd-Glover The Rev. Robert E. Glover, pastor of Ridgewood Baptist Church of Kansas City officiated at the wedding of his sister, Miss Verla Glover and James D. Boyd Saturday at 3 p.m. in Sanford Avenue Baptist Church. He was assisted by their brother-in-law, the Rev. Gerald Dooley. pastor of the Oreana Baptist Church, Oreana. The couple received friends in the Onized Club following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Glover of 2611 Ida St. Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Boyd of Argenta are parents of the groom. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Gerald Dooley, and Miss Nancy Kimbro. Dan Boyd, brother of the groom, and James Sehens, brother-in- law of the groom, served as groomsmen. Mrs. Philip Moxey, organist, accompanied the soloist, Ron Wilson, brother-in- law of the bride. The bride's gown was of mantilla lace featuring a tiered skirt with a chapel train. A crown of pearls and sequins secured her illusion veil, and she carried orchids and a Bible. Her attendants wore pastel street length dresses of taffeta featuring wide belts centered with a fabric rose. Their circle veils were secured with fabric roses. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Alton High School and has attended Greenville College and Southern Illinois University. Mr. Boyd was graduated in 1958 from Argenta High School. with his father in business, and is employed by Kienstra Fuel bridegroom's brother, James & Supply Co., Wood River. He Kbbler; his cousin, Clyde Mar- also attended Southern Illinois floor length gowns of yellow organza with flowered cummer- He attended Millikin University bunds. Their headdresses were in Decatur and was graduated in 1962 from the University of Miss Johnston is a graduate Illinois ' Iie wil1 receive his of William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., where she was a member of Alpha Iota sorority and was president of her dormitory. She is also a graduate of Monticello Preparatory School, Godfrey. Mr. Ebbler, a graduate of Alton High School, is associated master's degree in electrical engineering this month from the university. He will be employed by the Motorola Company in Chicago. The couple will reside in Oak Park. <jut»; Jerry Montague; and University, Carbondale. PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 Central Ave., HO 8-6318 MUS. COUSLEY Uartmann-Chase Miss Donna Kay Chase and William G. Hartmann were married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase of Bethalto. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Martha Helmantoler of Edwardsville. The Rev. Duane Brunette officiated at the wedding ceremony, and a reception was given in the church social room. Serving as matron of honor and bridesmaid were the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Charles Little of Bethalto; and Miss LaVerne Wallace of Champaign. Charles Little was the best man, and Louis Hartmann of Edwardsville was his brother's groomsman. Mrs. Charlotte Herren, organist, accompanied the vocalist, Mrs. Gerald Steffan. The bride's Chantilly lace gown was fashioned with a tulle apron and flounces on the full skirt. Her English illusion veil was held in place by a hair- braid crown, and she carried a cascade of white carnations and ivy with yellow accents. Her attendants wore mint green and yellow dresses of organza over taffeta. Their pillmox headpieces and their colonial bouquets of pompons were in matching shades. The newlywed couple will live at 204 Williams St., Bethalto. Hart-Goivin Married at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church of Jerseyville were Miss Joyce Gowin and Gary Hart. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Harold Lane. The couple received friends in the church social rooms following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gowin of Kane. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hart of Murphysboro. Mrs. David Fleming of Florissant, Mo., Miss Rebecca Glore of Granite City, and Miss Paula Hart of Murphysboro, sister of the groom, attended the bride. Gary Baird, Richard Broges- miller, and 0. K. Korando served as groomsmen. Soloist, Miss Darlene Doty, was accompanied by Miss Janet Edwards. The bride appeared in a gown of lace and silk peau de sole featuring a chapel train. A Swedish crown of pearls secured her veil of illusion, and she carried a Bible overlaid with stephanotis and orchids. Her attendants wore blue sheath dresses of organza over taffeta featuring detachable overskirts. Their veils were secured with blue organza bows and their flowers were cascades of blue and white carnations. The bride is a graduate of Southern Illinois University and is a teacher in Granite City. DAR Churches which have bells are being contacted by committee members of Ninian Edwards Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution in a national plan to ring bells for fz'cedom on July 4. The national committee plans to have bells rung coast to coast on the holiday for four minutes beginning at 1 p.m. The DAR is also reminding area families to observe flag week by displaying their flag, June 9-16, particularly on Flag Day, June 14. The chapter discussed plans for the patriotic observances during its final meeting of the season in Rock Spring Park Saturday. Members and their families were served a picnic dinner. MRS. GALLUP Norton-Boyd Miss Darlene Ann Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Boyd of 2721 Viewland Ave., was married at 10 a.m., today in Oakland, Calif., to Bill D. Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Norton of Thayer, Iowa. The ceremony was performed by Dr. George Hedley in High Street Presbyterian Church. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoch of Oakland. The bride wore a powder blue suit with white accessories, and a white orchid corsage. The former Miss Boyd, a 1961 graduate of Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing in St. Louis, is on the staff of Concord Community Hospital, Concord, Calif., and will enter the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque this fall. Her husband, employed by the hospital as a medical laboratory technologist, will begin his fourth year at the university as a medical student in January. The couple will live at 1904 Clayton Way, Concord, on their return from a honeymoon trip to Lake Tahoe and Reno, Nev. Gallup-Curry Miss Dorthay Curry, daughter of Mrs. Viola Curry, 109 Tonsor Road, was married to Pfc. Jeffrey A. Gallup, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallup, 1934 Central Ave., Saturday at 7 p.m. in North Alton Baptist Church. The'Rev. J. E. Camp officiated. The couple received in the church social rooms following the ceremony. The couple's attendants were Mr. and Mrs'. Max Lacox, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Mrs. Powell Barrows served as organist. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. Pier silk illusion veil was secured by a queen's crown of rhinestones and pearls. She carried a French hand bouquet of stephanotis interspersed with feathered carnations. Mrs. Lacox's gown was white lace over orchid taffeta. Her white veil was secured with orchid flowers. She carried a pink bouquet of daisies, sweet- peas and carnations. The couple attended school in Alton. Pfc. Gallup is a member of the Army Medical Corps stationed at Fort Ord, Calif. Piano Recital Mrs. E. F. Burgoyn'e presented her piano students in recital Sunday afternoon in the United Church in Chesterfield. Those who played were David Wannamaker, Charles Barnes, Michelle Kopsie, Carole Frisse, Dennis Depper, Michael Slayton, Patty Mclntyre, Linda Regli, Lettie Meredith, Linda Rathgeber, Amy Falter, Nena Sarginson, Arthur Linda and Brenda Adams, Linda Pocklington and Katherine Hunt. Wed in Jerseyville Miss Peggy Bannister and Elroy Little of Jerseyville, were married Friday by the Rev. Mode Powell, pastor of First Methodist Church, Jerseyville. Mrs. Hazel Creek and Mrs. Melba Krause were attendants for the wedding. Correction Mrs. Dorothy Messick and Robert Dale were vocal soloists at the wedding of Miss Catherine Shanahan and Roy Alan McJilton Saturday morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Their names were omitted from the story. ZIKE Pharmacy 627 E. Airline Dr. H H. . Dial CLJKU63 ROCKEFELLER BEAUTY SALON 200 W, Third Street (1st National Hank Blclg.) • Mildred Rockefeller • Judith Heskett • Bonnie Stromske (Bonnie Wheeler) HO 2-6534 Open EvenliujB by Appointment. MRS. HARTMANN CollegeNotes Miss Jean Humphrey, daugh- erty of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Humphrey of Fairmount Addition, arrived home Sunday from the University of Colorado in Boulder where she has completed her sophomore year. She will leave the end of June to serve as a counsellor at Camp Bryn Afon in Rhinelander, Wis. Several Alton students were awarded degrees from Washington University today. The recipients are: bachelor fine arts: Miss Sondra Veiland, 4500 College Ave.; bachelor of science in business administration, John Dunker, 1200 Danforth St.; master of arts, Donald Curlovic, 1002 McPherson St.; master of arts in education, Everette Swan, 2525 N. Rodgers Ave, Advanced graduate certificate in education, Miss Julia Foster, 1006 Phinney Ave. Eldon Fox Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Fox, 606 E. Main St., East Alton, received a bachelor of arts degree from Denison University, Granville, Ohio, today. He was captain of the Air Force ROTC, president of the Speech Club, and a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He will visit his parents before beginning flight training with the Air Force. Susan Fox, a student at Palm Beach Junior College, Florida, is visiting her parents in East Alton. Tim Graul is spending the summer months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Graul, 615 Blair Ave., and working as a draftsman at Grafton Boat Co. until school starts again at University of Michigan, late this summer. Several McKendree College alumni from Alton attended an alumni banqut at Lebanon Saturday. They were Mrs. George Richter, the Rev. and -Mrs. Robert Simpson" of the First Methodist Church here, Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Andrews, Miss Vernia Andrew, Miss Etta Starkey and Miss Carrie Waggoner. Miss Hope Cousley arrived home over the weekend following completion of her junior year at Northwestern University. She will return in late June to enter the summer school at Northwestern. This week she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Cousley, 1821 Seminary St., and next week will be a counselor at the Presbyterian young people's summer camp at Marquette Park. David Apple, student at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago, arrived home over the weekend for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Apple of East Alton. He will return to Chicago soon to spend the summer doing research with the Veterans Administration under a grant from a national hemoglobin and blood foundation, then will resume his work at the college of medicine in the fall, James Seago, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Seago of 3117 Leverett Ave., has been accepted as an assistant instructor in biology at the University of Mimia in Florida following graduation from Knox College in Galesburg. He will continue work there toward his master's degree. At Knox he was captain of the college's track team for two years. MRS. JENKINS MRS. BOYD MRS. HART The Family Social Briefs Farewell Reception for Bryants Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Whaley, 2308 Brown St., entertained at a farewell reception Sunday afternoon, honoring Mr. and Mrs. William B. Bryant and family who left today to make their home at 112 Merritt Drive, Oradell, N. J. One hundred guests called between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Assisting the hostess in serving were Miss Effie Jones, Mrs. Leroy Fritz, Mrs. Richard Massey, Mrs. David Bear, Mrs. George Bonnell and Mrs. Harry Allton. Mr. Bryant has been transferred to the New York office of Shell Oil Co. He and Mrs. Bryant, their children, Bill Jr., Beth and Betty, and Lee have made their home at 3527 California Ave., for the past 14 years. Miss Aghetta A bridal shower was given Sunday for Miss Sandra Aghetta, fiancee of David Roberson, in Westerner Club. Hostesses were Mrs. John Miller and Miss Brenda Howard of Bethalto; and Mrs. Eugene Helmkamp of Kewanee, 111. Fifty-five persons were guests. The bride-elect was honored by 25 guests at a shower given Tuesday in the club by women who will be in the wedding party. They are Miss Ursula Emde, Mrs. Dale Ahlmeyer, Mrs. William Roberson and Miss Alice Roberson. The couple will be married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto, and will receive friends afterward in the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Aghetta of Bethalto. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Roberson of Rosewood Heights. Miss Stupperich A surprise bridal shower was given Sunday for Miss Gloria Stupperich, fiancee of Donald Rintoul, in the home of parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Stupperich, 3106 Alby St. Hostesses were Muss Beverly Fawcett of St. Louis; Miss Joan Robinson of Alton; and Miss Phyllis Darr of East Alton. The couple will be married at 10 a.m. on Saturday in the Cherry Street Baptist Church, and a reception will follow in the church. Mrs. Victor Rintoul of Godfrey will honor her son and his fiancee at dinner in Selhime's Restaurant Friday following rehearsal of the couple's wedding party. Father of the pros- Junior Betas Install Miss Nancy Cannedy Miss Nancy Cannedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrol E. Cannedy of 420 Belleview Ave., was installed president of the junior chapter of Beta Gamma Upsilon during a dinner meeting Sunday afternoon in Moonlight Restaurant. Also installed were Miss Sally Maucker, vice president; Miss Kay Bierbaum, recording secretary; Miss Joyce Kirsch, corresponding secretary: Miss Sis Zerwas, treasurer; Miss Kathy Leigh, pledge mistress; Miss Karen Moriarty, publicity chairman. Miss Alice Dwiggins, retiring president, installed the officers. The chapter made plans for a car wash, and discussed rush parties for the summer season. MISS CANNEDV pective bridegroom is the late Victor Rintoul. The couple's engagement was announced last July. Senior Citizens Alton Senior Citizens planned summer events during their meeting Friday in Alton Recreation Center. A silent auction was conducted at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kassler were named chairmen of a committee for a fish fry at Rock Spring Park pavilion June 21, beginning at 10 a.m. Roy Bartlow and Mr. Kassler were appointed to plan a trip on the Steamer Admiral in St. Louis on July 19. Don Higgins and Mr. Bartlow will head a committee to buy new club buttons. Lee Reddish Lee Reddish of 705 Milton Road, gave a party Sunday afternoon at his home for 10 couples. The party was a farewell gesture for two friends who will leave this month for Europe. The honorees were Richard Schwendeman and Ronald Thompson of House Springs, Mo. Miss Pat Stork of High Ridge, Mo., was hostess for Mr. Reddish. Guests swam in the pool during the afternoon, and were served dinner from a buffet afterward. SIU Faculty Some 150 families of the faculty of Southern Illinois University had a picnic Saturday in the park at Kendall Hill, Wood River. The covered dish dinner was provided by wives of faculty members. 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