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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1963 Wedding Ceremonies in the Area Dnnker and Bron ne John Mauticr Hunker nnd his bride, Ihr former Miss Ann (Vimoron Browne of Oklahoma City. Oklii., will honeymoon in Minnesola and Cnnndn. The roiiplr « r as ninrried a I !i;30 a.m. today in SI. Mnry's Catholic Church. A reception was given 'i, the Skyroom of Hotel Stratford after the nuptial Mass read by (lie Rl. Rev. MSRT. .James Suddes. Mr. Dnnker is the son of Mr .nnd Mrs. Anton Dnnker of 1200 Diinfovth St. The former Miss Browne is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. John TJ. Browne of Oklahoma City. The hride. escorted to the nltar by Mr. Browne, wore her mint's bridal gown of antique ivory, fashioned with a folded cummerbund a n d cathedral train. A crown of seed pearls secured her fingertip illusion veil, and her flowers were orchids in a cascade arrangement. Her attendants were Miss Suzanne Bergmann of St. Louis, maid of honor; and the Misses Nancy Maucker and Anna Augustine, bridesmaids. The maids wore blue sheath dresses with overskirts. and veiled hats of the same color. They carried cascades bou- tpiets of roses. Paul Dunker was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Jim Long and Paul Lanzerotle. The bride is an alumna of Monticello College, and has been employed as social director there for the past year. She attended Oklahoma University where she was a member of Lambda Chi, honorary medical technology society, and Kappa Alpha Theta, social sorority. Mr. Dunker, a graduate of Marquette High School, was graduated this month from Washington University, S t. Louis, with a bachelor of science degree in business administration. He is employed by Ralston Purina, Minneapolis. Minn. Married In Brussels at 8 a.m. today were Miss Yvonne Marie Weigel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Weigel of Madison, and Duane F. Mossman. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman of Brussels. . Mossman and Family MRS. SPAHR MRS. HOZIAN MRS. HANNEKEN MRS. MOSSMAN MRS. ISOM Isom-Doerr Konko-Bresson Hanneken-Brannan Nuptials vows were exchanged Friday at S p.m. in Alton Evangelical Church by Miss Susan Kaye Doerr and Larry E. Isom. The Rev. Charles Stevens performed the wedding ceremony, and the couple received friends afterward in the church social room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doerr of 301 Park St., South Roxana. Mr. Jsom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luing Isom of 968 E. Penning Ave., Wood River. Miss Shirley McDonough of South Roxana and Ronald Dickey of Ludlow, Ky., were the couple's attendants. Max Syfert was vocal soloist; and Mrs. Clark Judd served as organist. The bride wore a silk organza gown with Alencon lace appli- ques .and a chapel train. Her illusion veil was gathered to a crown formed of organza roses and lilies of the valley. Miss McDonough appeared in a ballerina gown of chiffon over taffeta with a matching veiled lilac pillbox hat. The former Miss Doerr is a 1962 graduate of Roxana Community High School, and is em- ploye of Dempsey-Tegeler New York Stock Exchange in St. Louis. Her husband is a graduate of the same school, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Following a honeymoon, the couple will live at 426 Velma St., South Roxana. Spahr-Shea St. Mary's Catholic Church was the scene of the wedding at 11:30 a.m. today of Miss Karen Elaine Shea and Thomas William Spahr. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James Suddes read the nuptial Mass, and a reception 5s being given this afternoon in the school hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome F. Shea, 439 East Third St. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Spahr of 531 Broadway, East Alton, are the bridegroom's parents. Miss Margaret Shea was her sister's maid of honor. Miss Bonnie Kunz, her cousin from Toledo, Ohio, was bridesmaid. Bernard Spahr, cousin of the bridegroom, was his best man. The bride's brother, Michael Shea, was groomsman. William Taul was vocalist, and Max Hiendlmayr played organ selections. Three deep pleats and a full length l;ice panel were featured on the skirt of the bride's taffeta face peau gown which ended in a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil was gathered to a crystal bead crown. Her semi-crescent bouquet -contained lilies of the valley, clustered white cymbidiums and ivy. The maids wore street length .sheath dresses of aquamarine chiffon organxa over taffeta, with tunic overskirts. Their headpieces were contrasting grosgrain ribbon with clusters of white daisies and whimsey veils. White and yellow daisies were in their crescent ivy bouquets. The former Miss Shea is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Spahr is a machine shop employe at Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. The couple will live in Apt. 4, 806 Center St., East Alton. Daniel Joseph Konko and his bride, the former Miss Virginia Ann Bresson, will honeymoon in the Lake Michigan area following their marriage this morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James A. Suddes read the ceremony and said Mass at 10:30 a.m., and a breakfast was served at noon in the Lewis and Clark Restaurant. The couple is receiving friends until 4 p.m., at the Lewis and Clark. The bride is the daughter of Major and Mrs. Bernard C. Bresson of 2024 Main St. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mi-s. Daniel James Konko if 21 Maurice St. Miss Sally Nottoli attended the bride as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Ann Larson, Hopkins, Minn.; and Miss Paula Bresson. Alan Bresson, brother of the bride, attended Mr. Konko as best man. Joseph Finn was groomsman. Max Hiendlmayr and Miss Medelein Davey pro- vided nuptial music. The bridal gown of chiffon faced peau over pelon featured a controlled skirt which fell into a chapel length train. Miss Bresson's tiered veil of silk illusion was attached to a circlet of pearlized orange blossoms, and she carried a cascade arrangement of white orchids and stephanotis. The bride's attendants were attired in street length dresses of coral chiffon over matching taffeta, with full skirts and sleeved stoles. Circlets of beauty berries and ribbon secured their whimsey veils, and they held cascades of white Fuji mums. The couple will live at 2017 Country Club Drive. Mr. Konko is employed by Alton Box Board in its department of design and development, Highland. His wife is a teacher in Granite City. Both attended Southern' Illinois University in Carbondale. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School, and her husband is a Marquette alumnus. Nord-Lahey Pritchett'Quinn Miss Eleanor Quinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn of Edinburgh, Scotland, became the bride of David P. Pritchett, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pritchett of 419 E Sherman St., Bethalto, at 2 p.m. today. The Rev. Wayne Hoxie performed the private ceremony in M o r o Presbyterian Church. Parents of the bridegroom will give a reception in their home tonight. Miss Marilyn Townsend and Gordon K. Pritchett were the couple's attendants. The bride is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., as a stenographer. Mr. Pritchett Ls a graduate of Civie Memorial High School, and attended Southern Illinois University. He was formerly employed by Granite City Steel Co. Make a note on your freezer memo pad that fresh pork should be kept no longer than three to four montlis, beef no longer than six to eight months. Meletti and Wense Miss Shirley Wense became the bride of Rocco Meletti at 9 a.m. today in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. The Rev. Peter Bertoldo read the nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Wense, 307 Douley Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Meletti of 3900 College Ave. are the bridegroom's parents. A wedding breakfast was served in Steelsvorkers Abel Hall, where a reception will be given at 6 p.m. Attendants for the couple were the bride's sister, Miss Rosa Wense; and her brother, Jesse. Mike Wense escorted his sister to the altar. Mr. Molitti attended Alton High School, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. His bride attended Jersey Community High School, and is an employe of St. Anthony's Hospital. An 11 a.m. service today in St. Francis Xavier's Church of Jerseyville united in marriage Miss Carol Ann Lahey of Jerseyville and Joseph L. Nord of Carrollton. The Rev. William Maul received the vows. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Lahey and the late Mr. Lahey of Jerseyville and Mr. Nord's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Adam Nord of Carrollton. A reception at the Holy Ghost Parish Hall followed the ceremony, and a wedding dance is being held at 9 p.m. in the Moose Hall in Jerseyville. Miss Mary Ellen Lahey was maid of honor for her sister. Miss Cat hie Fleming of Godfrey, cousin of the bride, and Miss Betty Nord of Carrollton, the groom's sister, were bridesmaids. Robert Becker was best man for Mr. Nord and the groomsmen inclutlei) Jerome Becker of Kompsville and the bride's Miss Economides Miss L a n a Economides, daughter of Mrs. William Weeks, 3507 Omega St., left Thursday for a six-week tour of Kurope. Miss Kconomides will be a part of the Burgoyne Seminar of the University of Wichita on a tour of nine countries. She Ls a student al Southern Illinois University. Miss Economides was the honored guest at a lawn party given by her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burmester, 1813 Main St., Wednesday evening. GRAUEHANN brother, Benjamin Lahey of Jerseyville. Mrs. Nicholas C. Arger of Jerseyville was organist and Mrs. Neil Carrico of Carrollton sang. The bride, escorted to the altar by her brother, Oerakl R. Lahey, wore a gown of Chantilly lace and silk organza. The bouffant skirt had three wide, lace-edged tiers in back, falling into a full sweep train, A four-tiered veil of bridal illusion was held by a pill box organza crown, and she carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. The attendants were gowned in short powder blue silk organza dresses featuring controlled skirts with fabric side roses. The rose motif was repeated in their matched hand- pieces with brief veils, and their flowers were cascades of while roses. The newlyweds will reside in Carrollton. The bride was graduated in 1959 from the Jersey Community Hitjh School and has a secretarial position with the House Insurance Agency in Jerseyville. Mr. Nonl is a liifi? graduate of the Greenlio'ct Community High SclKKjI. fie is engaged in farming and is also employed al Lukeman Ford Garage, Carrollton. A reception will be given tonight in Norwood Hills Country Club, St. Louis, honoring Robert J. Hanneken and his bride, the former Miss Donna Sue Brannan. The couple was married at 11 a.m. today in Our Lady of Loretto Church, St. Louis. The Rev. John Sepanick, CR, read the nuptial Mass, which was followed by a wedding breakfast served to the bridal party in the Heidelberg Inn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell B. Brannan of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hanneken of 2411 Judson Ave., are parents of the bridegroom. Miss Kathleen Hanneken, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. James Poneta, nee JoAnn Secor; Mrs. Ronald Jones, nee Dee Schmuck; Miss Jacqueline Hughson; and Miss Snookie Scott. The bride's niece, Miss Debra Brannan was junior bridesmaid. Michael Jerome Maher served as best man. Groomsmen were Gerald Waters; Lt. Gary West of Christopher, 111.; Lt. -John Boling of Chicago; and the bride's brother, Donald Brannan. Mark Twitchell was jun- ior groomsman. The bride's imported silk gown was styled on modified empires lines with raised waistline and controlled skirt terminating in a chapel train. Her bouffant veil was gathered to a flower headdress, and her flowers were white and lavender orchids with ivy and stephanotis. The maids appeared wearing taffeta gowns in shades of pink and rose, with taffeta rose headpieces. They carried long- stemmed roses in arm bouquets. The bride was employed until recently at Mallinckrodt Chemical Works. She is a 1958 graduate of Alton High School, attended Southern Illinois University and Miss Hickey's Secretarial School. She is a charter member of Kappa Alpha Mu sorority. The bridegroom, a 1958 graduate of Marquette High School, attended Southern Illinois University before entering the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs. He was commissioned into the Air Force on June 5, and will begin flight training on July 15 at Laredo Air Force Base, Laredo, Tex. The couple will honeymoon in Mexico City, Mexico, and will live in Laredo. Hozian-Yembrzycka EVERY TUESDAY IS CHILDREN'S DAY IN OUR STUDIO Cpl. Robert Stephen Hozian and his bride, the former Miss Helen Yembrzycka, will be guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hozian, 977 N. Wood River Ave., Wood- River, next week. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Yem- brzycka of Ansonia, Conn., and the late Mr. Yembrzycka. The couple was married at 9 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Church, Ansonia, at nuptial Mass read by the Very Rev. Casimir T. Kwiatkowski, CM. A wedding breakfast and dinner was served in the Falcon Hall, and a reception will be given in the hall this afternoon. Miss P a tr i c i a Francolini served as maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Diane Bednarek and Miss Crissie O'Connel. The best man was Dan Dacey. Edward Sawicki and Jerry Flood were groomsmen. The attendants live in Connecticut. The bride was escorted to the altar by her uncle, Anthony Brnjwo. She wore a gown of French lace with tiers terminating in a chapel length train. Her bouffant veil was secured to a pearl and crystal crown. White roses were centered by a gardenia in her bouquet. Her attendants' gowns were made of powder blue and pink nylon sheer, and their headpieces were scalloped miniature crowns. Mr. Hozian is a 1960 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. He is an employment service man based with the Army at the Joseph' V. Hines Nike Site, Ansonia. The couple will live at 146 Beaver St., Ansonia. Recital Monday Students of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conrady will be presented in recital at 8 p.m. Monday in Church of the Redeemer, Congregational. The recital is open to the public. The Rev. Joseph Enright officiated at the nuptial High Mass. A wedding breakfast was served in the Wittmond Hotel,- and the couple is receiving friends in the American Legion Haall. Attending the bride were her cousin, Miss Sandra Gass of Monaca, Pa., who served as maid of honor; and the bridesmaids, Mrs. John Snyder and Miss Carolee Scheideggar of Hermann, Mo. Greg Mossman, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen were Jon J. Kinder of Golden Eagle; and John Snyder, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Miss Sharon Held was organist. A chapel train extended from a wide border of Chantilly lace on the skirt of the bride's silk organza gown. A double row ceived friends following the her bouffant illusion veil, and two white orchids centered her bouquet of lilies of the valley. Ballerina length dresses of satin peau in a rose color were worn by the women attendants, whose headpieces were made of large roses with veils. White carnations were in their cascade bouquets. The former Miss Weigel is employed by Laclede Steel Co., St. Louis, as a receptionist. Mr. Mossman is a teacher at Hazelwood High School. The newlywed couple will honeymoon in Florida and will live in Madison. Ladd and Burgdorf Miss Sandra Gail Burgdorf became the bride of Thomas E. Ladd at 11 a.m. today in St. Cecilia Catholic Church of Glen Carbon. The couple received friends following the ceremony in the church hall. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burgdorf of Glen Carbon. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ladd of Edwardsville, The bride was attended by Miss Donna Caulk and Miss Mary Louise Ladd, sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom's attendants were Steven Kribs and Joseph L. Burgdorf, brother of the bride. The bride wore a gown of imported lace featuring a chapel train. A crown of jewels secured her veil of illusion, and she carried white orchids. Her attendants' dresses were of white cotton lace over pink taffeta featuring bell skirts. Their veils were secured with pink rosettes, and their flowers were pink and white carnations. The bride is a 1961 graduate of Edwardsville High School. She is employed as a receptionist by Dr. Baggot of Granite City. Mr. Ladd is a 1960 graduate of Edwardsville High School, and is employed as a plasterer by Thomas F. Ladd Co., Edwardsville. The couple will spend their honeymoon at Lake of the Obarks. Adams and Price The marriage ceremony of Miss Norma Jean Price of Bethalto and James Earl Adams, USN, was read at 2 p.m. today by the Rev. Duane Brunette in Zion Lutheran Church, Bethalto. The couple is receiving friends this afternoon in the church'social room. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Price of 549 Shellview Ave., Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. James Adams of Cahokia, 111., are parents of the bridegroom. The former Miss Price was married in a three-piece dacron suit with lace blouse, and a veiled lace hat. Her Bible was covered with a white orchid. Her sister and sole attendant, Miss Mary Price, appeared in a blue taffeta sheath dress with white accessories, and carried blue flowers. Warren E. Wood served as best man. The bride, a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, was employed by Millers Mutual Insurance Association. The bridegroom is an instructor in the Navy, stationed at Great Lakes Training Center. On their return from a Chicago honeymoon, the couple will live in Zion, 111. Rehearsal Dinner A rehearsal dinner, honoring A.3.C. Roger Crone and his fiancee, Miss Judith Stamps, was given Friday evening by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Susie Crone, in her home at 105- 'Leonard St., Jerseyville. Airman Crone and Miss Stamps will be married at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. When you lunch "Dutch treat" with the girls, ask for separate checks or split the bill later. Biciocchi- Carlton The wedding of Miss Joan Emma Carllon and Mr. Eugene Vincent Bicioccht took place Friday evening, in First Baputist Church, Hartford. After the ceremony, at which the Rev. Jack Laffler officiated, the brides' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Carlton, 132 E. Hawthorne, Hartford, gave a reception in the tMurch social room. The bride had her twin sister Miss Judy Carlton as her attcndent. Mr. Biciocchi, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bicio.cchi, Delmar and Date St., Hartford, had Mr. Gary Bnllard of Wood River, as best man. The bride is a 1961 graduate of East Alton - Wood River Community high school and is employed at Connors Insurance Agency, Wood River. Mr. Biciocchi is a 1961 graduate of the same high school, and a graduate of the Colorado School of Trades, Denver, Colorado, and is presently employed at Olin Mathieson. The couple will honeymoon in Missouri, and will live in Hartford. Senior Citizens The Alton Senior Citizens met Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Alton Recreation Center. Mrs. Fred Tuemmler was featured as soloist. She was accompanied by Mrs. John Jacoby. Fred Tuemmler was speaker for the evening. The next meeting will be on July 11 at 6 p.m. in Curran Homes Recreation Center. Ever add chopped water cress to creamy potato soup? 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