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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAV, JUNE 17,1963 Fourteen More Brides Say 'I Do" in Weekend Weddings Scoggins-Geiit A rorepMon in I/jckhaven Country Club followed the wrd- dini* Saturday evening of Mis? Susan Kay Grn! nnrl A.2.C. Fredrick Scoggins. Thn Rev. Paul S. Krrbs officiated at thr wrdrtins: rovr- mony of I ho couple at 8 p.m. in Twrlflh Street Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Grnt of 410 Rozipr St. ai-p pnrcnts of the bridp. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. ScoRRins of Northmoor Place. Godfrey. The bride's sisters. Miss Nancy Ann Gent and Mrs. Lester B. Bowles were maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. Also bridesmaids were Mr. Scogpins' sister. Mrs. Charles Lemker; and Miss Carolyn Jean Smith. James Clarke was best man. The groomsmen were Thomas Powers, Lester B. Bowles and Phil Parker. The wedding music was presented by Gregory Cohm and Helen Hermann, or- ganisf. The bride's grown M silk fared peau de ?>ve :ir*d iv-embroidered Alfrvvv- i:u-e featured n wnttemi back formed of ap- plimied pane'.? which eMended to a court train. Her illusion veil was attached to an orance blos«om wreath, and she carried lilies of the valley and stcphanolis. The maids wore floor length powns of white organdy and lace over taffeta, and circular veils held by white rose headpieces. Pink and red roses were in their crescent bouquets. The former Miss Gent has taught the third grade at St. Ambrose School for the past two years. She attended Gulf Park Junior College, Gullport, Miss. Mr. Scoggins attended Southern Illinois University, and is based at McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey. The couple will live at 21 Maple Ave., New Egypt, N. J., after a honeymoon trip in the eastern states. Roettgers-Rogers Miss Carolyn Ruth Rogers became the bride of William Allan Roettgers Saturday at 7:30 p.m. before the Rev. John Henderson in Main Street Methodist Church. The couple received friends afterward in the social rooms of the church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll V. Rogers of 2022 Park Ave., and her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William A. Roettgers of 2719 Edwards St. Attending the bride were Miss Joan Robinson, and Miss Sharon Easley of Princeton, Ind., cousin of the bride. Russell Maston served as best man, and Paul Harbaugh of Palmyra as groomsman. Organist was Mrs. Carroll E. Knutson, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamel were vocal soloists. The bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace over satin with a chapel length train. A crown of lace and pearls secured her fingertip length veil of illusion, and she carried cascading white roses and snowdrift pompons. The bridal attendants wore costumes of satin peau with lace boleros. The dresses featured overskirts and cummerbunds, and were worn with matching pill box hats with veils. The maid of honor appeared in mint green, and the bridesmaid in yellow. White gloves completed their costumes, and they held arrangements of Majestic daisies and leatherleaf. The ncwlyweds will remain in Alton for a week until the wedding of their best man, when Mr. Roettgers will serve in the wedding party in Peoria. The couple will spend the summer in Norfolk, Va., after which they will live in Mayport, Fla., where the bridegroom is stationed with the Navy. The bride is a 1962 graduate of Alton High School and Olin School for Cosmetology. Her husband is a 1961 alumnus of Alton High School, and in October of that year joined the Navy. ^'Ss«sfe^^*^^ the Family Hinson-Barr MRS. BOND MRS. BOWMAN MRS. HINSON MRS. CHURCHICH Roberson-Aghetta Yager-Lowery Nuptial Mass was read at 11 a.m. Saturday for Miss Mary Joyce Lowery and Thomas W. Yager, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yager of 15 Ramona PI., Godfrey. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Di Lowery of St. Louis. The;Rev. Francis J. Hollander officiated at the wedding in St. Catherine of Alexandria Church. A reception followed in the church hall. The bride's honor attendant was her sister, Miss Anne Lowery. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Ann Yager, and Miss Pat McGuire were bridesmaids. John Yager sewed as his brother's best man. William Wisnasky of Alton and Kent Karstens of Belleville were groomsmen. The bride wore a peau de soie gown with lace appliques and pearl trim, and a rose- shaped headpiece with a silk tulle veil.' Her bouquet contained white roses, stephanotis and ivy. The maids appeared in street length dresses of turquoise shantung, with copen blue flowered headpieces and carnation bouquets in the same color. The bride is a 1962 graduate of Southern Illinois University here, and is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. She is a teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes parish in St. Louis. Mr. Yager is a student in the School of Dentistry at Washington University, and will do research this summer at the National Institute of Radiological Research, Rockville, Md. The couple will honeymoon in Chicago and the eastern states, and will live this summer at Rockville. Miss Sandra Kay Aghetta and David F. Roberson were married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. D. A. Brunette, and the couple received friends afterward in the church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Aghetta, 504 S. Prairie St., Bethalto. The bridegroom's parents are Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Roberson, 210 S. Ninth St., Wood River. Mrs. W. V. Roberson Jr., was the bride's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Ursula Emde, Mrs. Dale Ahlmeyer and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Alice Roberson. William V. Roberson Jr., served as his brother's best man. The groomsmen were another brother, George T. Roberson; Charles P. Morgan and John E. Skundrich Jr. Leonard Wilkening sang, and Mrs. Leroy Heeren played organ selections. The bride's gown of silk organza and Alencon lace featured a bustle effect and lace- bordered detachable train. Clustered roses formed a headpiece for her fingertip veil, and she carried yellow roses, daisy pompons and greenery. The women attendants wore blue organza dresses with Chantilly lace jackets and pleated cummerbunds. Their blue hair- braid picture hats had satin streamers, and they carried cascades of white Majestic daisies. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Civic Memorial High School, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Mr. Roberson is a graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and is in his senior year at St. Louis University School of Dentistry. He is a member of Psi Omega fraternity. The couple will live at 930 Hawthorne Ave., Wood River. Churchich-Robbins Miss Doris Robbins and James L. Churchich were married Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in Curdle Heights Baptist Church. The Rev. John Henderson, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church, read the ceremony, and the couple received friends in the Electricians' Hall. Miss Robbins, who resides at 228 W. 13th St., is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robbins of 1000 W. Ninth St. Mr. Churchich is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Churchich of 2822 Residence St. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Churchich attended the couple at the wedding. Bill Strong served as organist. Miss Robbins wore a ballerina length gown of Chantilly lace and tulle. Her short bouffant veil of illusion was caught to a cap of organza and lace, trimmed in crystals and pearls. Her flowers were white roses and white carnations. Mrs. Churchich was attired in a waltz length dress of pink chiffon over taffeta. Her veiled tiara' was pink, and she held a bouquet of blue carnations. After a honeymoon at Lake of the Ozarks the - newlyweds will live at 3524 Omega St. Mr. Churchich is employed by Alton Evening Telegraph in its composing room. First General Baptist Church in East Alton was the setting Saturday at 7 p.m. for the wedding of Miss Janice Gail Barr and Larry Gene Hinson. A reception in the church social rooms followed the ceremony read by the Rev. George Dougherty. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Barr of 222 Cardot St., East Alton, are parents of the bride. Mr. Hinson's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Hinson of 422 Job St., East Alton. Mrs. Daniel Hauhe attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Diana Peck and Miss Marty Turpin. James Raymer served as best man, and groomsmen were Howard Hinson, the groom's brother, and Daniel Hauhe. Music was furnished by Miss Ruth Blackwood and Miss Delsie Ray. The bride was attired in a gown of rose pointe lace, with a wide skirt. Her veil of silk illusion was attached to a pearl coronet, and she carried a crescent arrangement of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Bell-shaped skirts were featured on the yellow taffeta street length frocks worn by the bride's attendants. Their matching picture hats were adorned with roses, and their crescent bouquets were composed of Talisman roses and yellow daisies. The newlyweds will live on Summit Street in Lincoln Addition, East Alton. Bort-Heuer Reynolds-Bruce Lajiders-Baptist White-Renken Marriage vows were exchanged at 6 p.m. Saturday in College Avenue Presbyterian Church by Miss Harriette M. Renken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Renken, 2219 Humbert St., and Gregory P. White of Eatontown, N. J. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Beatrice White of Eatontown, and the late Lt. Col. Raymond E. White. The bridal couple received friends in the Sawyer Room of the church following the ceremony, at which the Rev. Henry 0. Moore officiated. Miss Nancy Jane Wahl was honor attendant for Miss Renken. Appearing as bridesmaids were Miss Sheila White, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Sandra Penning of Godfrey; Miss Judith Fencken of Uecatur; and Miss Pamela Hopkins of Prince- Mother's Helper by H.imonn 6 tttiton AN OCCASIONAL EVENING rating with you won't bother four Hnall baby, ainoe where be *leep» usually makes no difference to him. Put him fat hta portable crib or car bed, carry him in it to the boiue where you're going. Check on blm M you would •t homo. Take along a bottle K JM'I itlll on a frequent feedinv tebednle. «IHI N«w Yerk UtnM Trtbwt, Mr ton, 111. Raymond E. White Jr. acted as his brother's best man. The groomsmen were Fredrick Dekeyser of Champaign, Donald LeMire of Wheeling, 111., William Mayberry and Dale Fencken of Decatur. A chape] train of illusion over taffeta extended from the Alen- con lace skirt of the bride's gown. A pearl and crystal crown secured her waist-length veil, and she carried a cascade of cymtaidiums, stephanotis and greenery. Bow accents and floor length overskirts were featured on the maids' aqua colored gowns. The women wore crown headpieces with veils, and held bouquets of white dai.sios. The former Miss Renken is a 1958 graduate nf Alton High School, and attended Millikin University. She received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Illinois in January, after which she taught fifth grade classes at Nameoki High School, Granite City. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha social sorority. Mr. White attended Clemson A£M College in South Carolina, and is a student at the University of Illinois, employed by its Electrical Engineering Research Laboratory. He is a member of Triangle social fraternity. The couple will live at 511 E. White St., Champaign. Cooking Cues Know how to flute a cucumber? Use a swivel-blade vegetable peeler to remove the thin skin. Now drag the sharp prongs of a fork down the length of the cucumber to give a scored effect; slice thin. Good with fried scallops: mayonnaise mixed with minced dill pickle, finely grated onion and chopped parsley. Marriage vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. Sunday by Miss Nancy Ann Baptist and Alfred William Landers in St. John's Memorial Chapel, Edwardsville. The Rev. Frank Harris officiated at the ceremony, which was followed by a reception given in the Holiday Inn by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Baptist of 4S7 Buena Vista Ave., PJdwardsville. The parents were also host to a buffet supper, given in their home after the reception for the wedding party and out-of-town guests. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Landers of 407 Randol St., Edwardsville, and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Bellm. 629 Lincoln AVP., East Alton. Mrs. Louis R. Baptist of California was matron ol honor. Miss Elaine Alberter of Edwardsville and Mrs. Ralph Blumer of St. Louis were bridemaids. The bridegrooms attendants were Louis R. Baptist, the bride's brother who served as best man; Jim Bonser and Ralph Blumer, groomsmen. William Kodros of Alton was vocalist, and Mrs. H. Bruce Brubaker played organ music. The bride wore a linen gown with wide shawl collar and train outlined in Venise lace. Her shoulder length veil was gathered to a lace-trimmed pillbox. She carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias. Green linen dresses were worn by the women attendants. Their headpieces were veiled pillboxes with tailored bows, and their bouquets contained pink gardenias. The bride is an assistant buyer of ladies' gloves at Famous Barr Co., St. Louis. Mr. Landers is a senior "student at Southern Illinois University here. The couple svill live at 510 Ramcy SI., Apt. 506B, Edwardsville after Juno 19. David Lee Reynolds and his bride, the former Miss Nancy Bruce, are honeymooning in the Ozarks following their marriage Saturday night in East Alton First Baptist Church. The Rev. Thomas D. McDermand heard the vows at 8 p.m., and a reception followed in the church social rooms. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Bruce of 209 Picker Ave., Wood River, her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reynolds of 223 Whitelaw Ave., East Alton. Miss Judy Morgenroth was maid of honor, and William Warren Jr. was best man. Mrs. Eddie Ballard was organist, and Miss Cordelia Douglas sang. A ballerina length gown of Chantilace nylon and -taffeta was worn by the bride. A crown of pearlized orange blossoms secured her three tiered veil, and she held a bouquet of white carnations centered with an orchid. Miss Morgenroth wore a yellow dress with a white overskirt and matching shoes and veil. The couple will live at 701 Reed St., East Alton. The bridegroom, employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp., is a 1962 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. His bride was graduated from the same school this year. Honeymooning at Daytona Beach, Fla., are Jerald Dean Bort and his bride, the former Miss Joyce Verlee Heuer, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heuer of Dorsey. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Bort of Bunker Hill. A reception in Staunton Con- cqrdia Hall followed the marriage ceremony of the couple, read by the Rev. Duncan Stevenson at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Emmaus Lutheran Church. Mrs. Herbert Lesemann Jr. was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss [Helena Bort, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Carolyn McGaughey; and Miss Janelle Heuer, the bride's sister. The latter was junior bridesmaid. Serving the bridegroom as best man was his brother, Bruce. Acting as groomsmen were the bride's brother, Donald Heuer; the bridegroom's brother, Fred G. Bort; and Charles Bishop of Bethalto. The bride's sister, Mrs. Wendell Durr of Fdwardsville was vocalist. Mrs. Donald Buns of Dorsey was organist. The bride wore a gown of reembroidered lace and chiffon over satin, with draped front panel and detachable satin train. A crystal crown secured her four-tier veil, and she held a Bible covered with white orchids and lilies of the valley. Her attendants wore chrom- spun taffeta sheath dresses in shades of pink with lace overskirts. Their headpieces were triple roses with veils, and miniature pink carnations were in their bouquets. The bride attended Southern Illinois University here, and is employed as secretary of the Onized Club at Owens-Illinois. Mr. Bort attends the same university, and is employed as a barber by Russ' Barber .Shop. Harding and Dickinson Wedding Miss Susan Roe Dickinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dickinson, 1214 Spaulding St., and A.3.C. Robert W. Harding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Harding of Godfrey, were married at 8 p.m. Friday in the Godfrey Community Congregational Church. The Rev. Frank McDuffee officiated. A reception in the church social rooms followed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dickinson Jr. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Alton High School. After June 20, the couple will reside In Omaha, Neb. Mr. Harding has been assigned to the Strategic Air Command Headquarters there. The Harris 9 s Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Harris have returned from a honeymoon at the Lake of the Ozarks and are living at 436 Lorena Ave., Wood River. The couple was married on June 1 in Shawneetown Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris, brother and sister- in-law of the bridegroom, were attendants for the ceremony. Mrs. Harris was formerly Mrs. Mildred McCallister, a teacher in Lincoln School, Wood River. Mr. Harris is retired from Standard Oil Co. Mr*. Porter Visiting in the home of Mrs. Ada E. Porter, 310 Smith Ave., East Alton, last weekend were her sister, Mrs. Nellie L. Waldron of Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Limestall of Waterloo, and Mrs. Ada E. Fults of Fults. Bond-Healy Boivman-Drury St. Peters-Gocwey A honeymoon in Tulsa, Okla., and residence in Honolulu is planned by William St. Peters and his bride, the former Miss Wanda (Joewey. The couple was man-led at 7 p.m. Saturday in Wood River Church of Christ. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Goewey, !>04 Harper Court, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert St. Peters of 118 Gcrson St., Godfrey, are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in the Onized Club after the ceremony, performed by Arthur Rowland. Miss Barrie Freeman served as maid of honor, and Miss Cheri Barnes as bridesmaid. Mr. St. Peters was attended by his cousins, Kenneth John Duncan, best man; and Ronald Eugene Buckshot, groomsman. The bride's waltz length gown was fashioned of Chantilly lace with satin bodice trim, and a cabbage rose and orange blossom headpiece held her fingertip veil. She carried a nosegay bouquet of white stephanotis, pink sweetheart roses, and snowdrift. The maid of honor wore a pink chiffon dress and carried a turquoise camelia. The bridesmaid's dress was made of blue lace, and she carried a pink camelia. The bride attended East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mr. St. Peters has served in the Navy since his graduation from Alton High School in 1961. St. Paul's Methodist Church in Rosewood Heights was the scene of the wedding Saturday at 7:30 p.m. of Miss Anita Jane Drury and A.l.C. Chester Dale Bowman. A reception followed in the church social room. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Drury of 570 Park Lane, Wood River, are parents of the bride. Airman Bowman is the son of Mrs. Albert Lakin of 133 Belwood Ave., Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Vickie Jean Johnson attended her sister as matron of honor. Miss Shirley Maynard of Cottage Hills was bridesmaid. Best man was A/1C Delton A. Bowman, brother of the bridegroom. The bride's brother, George W. Drury of Wood River, was groomsman. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Harold Hindrichs and Wesley Hoover. A Chantilace and organza TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CALL FOB FAST EXPERT SEHVICI2 gown was worn by the bride. A matching lace ruffle at the bottom of the full skirt flowed into a chapel length train. A Cleopatra crown secured the bride's ballerina length veil of English silk illusion, and she carried a Bible overlaid with a white orchid and ivy. Pastel shades colored the ballerina length dresses worn by the bride's attendants. The dresses were fashioned of nylon tricot and lace. The women carried colonial arrangements of pink and yellow carnations. The couple will live in Portales, N.M. where the bridegroom is stationed with the Air Force. figure flattering UNIFORMS PRULENE'S Monticello I'laza Shopping Center Phone 468-3821 4664840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY After a honeymoon in the Ozarks Clayton E. Bond and his bride, the former Miss Sandra Healy, will live at 3410M,a Gilliam Ave. The couple was married Saturday at 8 p.m. in East Alton Methodist Church. Following the ceremony, read by the Rev. Jack Travelstead, there was a reception in the church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. June Healy of Wood River, and Dwight W. Healy of Scottsbluff, Neb. Miss Sharon Healy attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lynne Bacheldor and Charlotte Knox of East Alton, and Mrs. Mike Collins of St. Charles, Mo. Mike Collins was best man, and groomsmen were Donald and Jerry Sloan, cousins of the groom, and Harry Batts. Beauty Salon Arcade—Wilshire Village Dial CL 4-1018 'OL.VEH'cuT. Smart,,. 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