Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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T • , f 1 P&tSS ALTON EVENING Couples Say Vows Vet'ttutux and Read Miss Pamela Head and GatftSe Vermaux were married SattifdttSr.isfcrfoSr) p-m. in North AltoH B&plfsf Church, the Rev, •J, & damp ttfflclated. A reception waVttVen in Sfeelworket'S Abel iM 'following the dere- fliorty. The brl»te-js,the daughter, ol Mr. and Ms,. Kenneth Read of Godfrey'.SWi,'<jnd Mrs. Joseph VernlaUx lofi'TOthalto are parents of tfle 1 bridegroom. Miss Kay t)arr served as maid of hdnor. Bridesmaids were Miss.Mjtfy Shaw, and Miss Marsha Read, sister of the bride. Maurice Ward, James Stephens, arid" Gene Nash attended the bridegroom. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Pan Jones, organist, who accompanied the soloist, Everett Turner. The bride wore a gown of embroidered silk organza over itulle and taffeta featuring a bell skirt with a chapel train. A cluster of chiffon leaves and flowers secured her illusion Veil. Her flowers were white roses and orchids. Her attendants were attired In street length dresses in pastel shades of embroidered nylon over taffeta. Matching flower hats held their veils and they carried gladmelllas. The bride is an employe of the Alton Water Co. Mr. Ver- maux attends Southern Illinois University in Alton and is employed by National Food at Eastgate Plaza. The couple will reside at 107 Hampton, Bethalto. DeWitt and Margherio Miss Maryellen Margherio became the bride of James Allan DeWitt Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Concordia Lutheran Church. The Rev. Edgar Croll heard the couple's vows. Miss Margherio was given in marriage by her grandfather, Selnior Voigt of Mt. Olive. The couple received friends in the church social rooms following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eileen Margherio, 626 Wood River Ave., Cottage Hills.. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeWitt of Lincoln Addition, East Alton, are parents of the bridegroom. Miss Jean Lotte of Galveston, Tex., served as maid of honor. Miss Karen Petersen of Byran, Tex. was bridesmaid. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Ellen Whale of Rockford, cousin of the bride. The bridegroom was attended by John Stevens of Meadowbrook, Gene Herman of St. Louis, and Rodney Margherio, brother of the bride. Miss Caroline Martin, organ- A Lovelier You 1st, accompanied the soloist, Miss Mary Ann Vogelsang. The bride was attired in a gown of lace over organza trimmed with pearls and sequins. The back was alternating ruffles of lace and organza descending intb a chapel train. A crown of tulle petals secured her illusion veil and she carried a bouquet of stephanotis and yel!6w roses. Her attendants wore dresses of blue peau featuring overskirts and matching' pill box hats. Their flowers were colonial bouquets of blue and white mums. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Civic Memorial High School and will graduate Aug. 25 from the Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis. The bridegroom graduated in 1958 from East Alton-Wood River Community High School. He served four years with the Navy and is now employed by Owens-Illinois. The couple will reside at 217 Acton Ave., Wood River. Fashion's Crystal Ball By MARY SUE MILLER A' summer pastime, both fun and profitable, is gazing into fashion's crystal .ball. With a little practice your eye becomes expert at spotting the authentic, trends as they materialize and, make an appearance in yoyr newspaper and fashion, periodicals. Thus, when purchase time arrives, you are able to distinguish a fad from a fashion. And that saves you many a costly mistake. For a faddy style is unwearabbe, long before it is worn out. The genuine article is timeless. Another plus in trend-watching' is the opportunity it offers to make an integrated purchase plan: to decide at leisure on those fashions that best dove-tail with your looks, figure, wardrobe and activities. Settling the point is essential to being well-dressed. Just to gel your crystal ball warmed up, here are a few daytime fashions that are coming on strong: • Silhouettes, more than ever relaxed. "Sportive" is the word for them. • Coats follow a lean but roomy line, swing free in the great-coat tradition, or recreate the trenchcoat in feminine versions. • Capes make a big impression in swirly to skinny styles, in full-to-shoulder-lengths. • Suits—longer jackets with relaxed shaping, some belted real low, many shirt styles; all topping easy or pleated skirts, turned at the knee. • Dresses — sweater and jumper types, for both day and late day. • Details—raglan shoulders, long sleeves, wandering belt- lines, turtle necks, stand-away collars, stoles, weskits, real and fake fur trims. • Fabrics—from flat to piled to shaggy, in colors that range from rich darks through strong brighLs to fawny neutrals. • The Look—the Costume, in several parts, combining several complementary fabrics and colors. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate College Notes Marilyn LaMarsh of 843 Lp- rena, Wood River, will appear in the role of Juliet this summer in the University of Colorado's sixths annual Colorado Shakespeare Festival production of "Measure for Measure." Miss LaMarsh is a senior in English and. speech at the University, Area students who will return to Monticello College for their second year of studies are announced by the college. They are Miss Louise Randall, daughter of M»'. and Mrs. Puane Randall, 441 Bluff St.; Miss Alice Diane flow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson M. Horn, 620 Atwool} St., and Miss Norms Lynne Baclieldor, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Williem T. Bachelor, m Willow-ay Drive, East Plan Reception For A benbrinks* Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Abenbrink, 9901 Main St., Edwardsville, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary witli a reception from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the Eden United Church of Christ of Edwardsville. Mr. Abenbrink and the former Gesina Oben were married July 22, 1913 in the Alton Evangelical Church. The couple are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Edna Kresin, of Tuscola. They have three granddaughters. Mr. Abenbrink has worked as a carpenter in this area for over 50 years. Mrs. Abenbrink was employed for about 10 years as a teacher at Washington School. Miss Hoagland? s Plans Complete Plans have been completed by Miss Tamara Louise Hoagland for her marriage to Lance Cpl. James E. Larson, which will take place Aug. 3. Invitations have been mailed. Miss Hoagland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hoagland who will give a reception in the Sawyer Room of College Avenue Presbyterian Church following the wedding. Cpl. Larson is stationed with the First Division Marines in San Diego, and will be discharged this month. The couple will live in Portland, Ore., following the wedding. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Larson of Portland. MRS. VERMAUX Born to: Mr. and Mrs. John Leo Lewis, 1802 Market St., a daughter, Jeanee Lashone, 5 pounds and 12 ounces, 10:12 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, John Jr., 2. Mr. and Mrs. Lurry Johnson, 405 Dry St., East Alton, a daughter, Rachel Rene, 8 pounds and 2 ounces, 11:04 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Klchnrd A. Sliive, 422 Sering Ave., a daughter, 7 pounds and one ounce, 9:27 a.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Melodie, 7, and Lisa, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Meyer, 2061 Hickory St., a daughter, Kimberly Marie, 7 pounds and 8 ounces, 9:27 a.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, 2636 Logan St., Granite City, a son, 6 pounds and 9 ounces, 5:10 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Deborah Sue, 3V 2 . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathls, 329 Dry St., a daughter, Tammy Marlene, 7 pounds, 5:45 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley E. Mills, Rte. 1, Moro, a daughter, 8 pounds, 1:16 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Clarence Robert, 15-months-old. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Haskell, 539 Logan St., Bethalto, a daughter, 8 pounds and 1 ounce, 12:58 p.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Linda Kay, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Ward, 1106 Putnam St., a son, Keith Raymond, first child, June 30, St. Joseph's Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hatten Lovins, Murray, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Ward, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowers, 173 S. Clearview Dr., Rosewood Heights, a son,' Mathew Riley, 8 pounds and 3 ounces, 4:11 p.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder 'children, Jacqueline Ann, ZVz, and Edward, IVa. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leonard, 23 St. Mathews, O'Fallon, Mo., a son, Jon Michael, 7 pounds and 13 ounces, 10:03 a.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Leonard is the for- •mer Miss Allegra Glair. Grandparents are Dr. Dorothy Baker of Detroit,- Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Leonard, Flat River, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Frye Sr., 2823 Va Residence, a daughter, Catherine Denise, 6 pounds and 3 ounces, 6:09 p.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mrs. DHlard Morris, 3307 Mayfield, a daughter, 8 pounds and 1 ounce, 11:15 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder son, Michael David, 3. Social Briefs Hairdressers in Las Vegas ^^^^^w^^*^ The Family Ann Landers Children at the Mercy Of the Biologically Able DEAR ANN: A close friend, in my opinion, is making a serious mistake in bringing up her 4-year-old daughter. Please tell me if you think I should speak ''to her about it. [° My husband : says I should mind my own \ business. This woman waited 12 years til for her first * child. The little givl is beautiful and her mother Ann Landers, doesn't let her forget it. When the child is asked her name she says, "My name is Debbie and I am beautiful." Every Saturday afternoon the mother takes Debbie to the beauty salon for a manicure and a hair-set. When the child goes out in company her mother puts lipstick, rouge and eye make-up on her. I become awfully upset fBv«%iearo w-eam $o,<la with lor homemade eppe 6 Beauty Salon Arcade—Wilshire Village Dial CL 4.1018 * 8>6 ° 9e smartly coiffed for your vacation , , , Try this, budget- buy pf the year! Sue Gpry "Festi- *« vol" Cold Wave $«f now only I *NPRMAl. HAIR 0NUY .§ NP Appointment Necessary C>> when I see this little kid all painted up. Several of my friends feel the same way. We can't understand why a mother would do this to her child. Shall I try lo set her straight?— NAUSEA. DEAR NAUSEA: A mother who would paint a four-year-old to look like a kewpie doll is so thoroughly kooked up that you can't reach her. The real tragedy is that the youngster will In all probability be kooked up, too. It's unfortunate that children are available to anyone who is biologically able to produce them. * # * * DEAR ANN: Ten years ago I was divorced and remarried. My present wife is a fine person and we get along well together. At the time of the divorce Charlotte and I thought it best to move away—far away— so I took a job in another part of the world. Now, after all these years we Treatment For Your Strawberries After the fruit is gone from your strawberry plants, or if you have renewed your beds, fertilize liberally and prevent leaf damage from aphids and spider mites to check virus diseases. Among recommended treatments are applications of Kellhane, Tedion, Ethion and Trithion. It is important to control weeds and grass in strawberries. Hand cultivation is a tedious, time-consuming chore. Chemical weed control is worth trying. Inside Story When the model flung her white wool coat open at the American Designer Show fall previews in New York yesterday,. she showed fashion writers a kit fox lining that matched her collar. Designed by George Carmel, the coat was worn over a matching white wool dress. Eleanor Lambert directed the five-day program of couturiers' fall and winter collections. (AP Wirephoto) BEAUTY SALON PHONE HO 2-7131 Open Mon. & Fri. Nites 'Til 9 P.M. for the l/acatfoner Compliment hew vacation outfits with an up-to-date hairstyle, Cold Wave with shampoo, cut and yf 95* style now only . *w 'INormat Hair only THIS WEEK HAIRCUT Only $1,00 f Use Your Charge Account f No Appointment Nwess»ry are back In the old home town and this is what I am writing about. I saw my ex-wife lor Uie first time in 10 years. She looks more beautiful than ever. Everyone in the community has a lot of respect for the way she has conducted herself since the divorce. She is still single. I would like to take her to dinner, say about once a month. Nothing persona], you understand, just friendly. After all, we have a lot in common and I believe it's a sign of maturity when divorced people can treat each other in a civilized manner. I hope you'll say O.K. because I believe she is lonely.— SIDE POCKET. DEAR POCKET: What a peachy combination — she is lonely and you want to be friendly. You're angling for a re-run, Junior, and you know it. Why don't you and Charlotte go back to wherever you've been for the past 10 years? * * * * DEAR ANN: Ours Is a ritzy neighborhood. There are 12 families on both sides of the street. We all get along well, except for one couple which bugs us. This pair refuses to join us in even one sociable highball. Nobody expects them to get smashed out of their minds, we just resent their stuffy, uncongenial, rock-headed attitude. If they don't want to be one of the crowd why don't they stay home instead of making everybody uncomfortable by standing around without even a glass in their hands? I'll bet you a pint of rye this letter will end up in your wastebasket because you're afraid to print it.—DOVER SOLES. DEAR S01.ES: You lose, but don't send the rye. I'm another one of those stuffy, uncongenial, rock-headed types. There is no evidence that your dry neighbors are interferring with your right to drink, so why don't you respect their right .not to? * * * # Confidential to DON'T KNOW WHERE TO TURN: Turn to the Family Service Association. They have sympathetic, well- trained people who will help you. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Nessls Leave After Visit Mr. and Mrs. Harland D. Nessl left Sunday for their home in Tustin, Calif., following a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nessl, 2103 Locust St., and other area relatives. The visitors formerly lived here. The family stayed in Hillsboro with Mr, Nessl's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Vogel and daughter, Sheri. They attended a family reunion at Hillsboro Lake on July 7, and the 20-year reunion of Mr, Nessl's graduating class of Hillsboro Community High School on July 6. The reunion took place at Hillsboro Country Club. The couple's elder sons, David and Robert, left last week for a visit with friends in Atlanta, Ga., where they recently lived, The family moved to Tustin when Mr. Nessl accepted a position with Alexander H. Kerr Glass Co. in Santa Anna. Drain canned fruit extra well when you are planning to use it in a gelatin salad or dessert, Local women are Irt Las Vegas attending the week-long hairdressers' and cosmetologist's national .convention where Will be introduced. The women the new hnlr style trend for fnll are members. of the Madison County Unit of Hairdressers' and Cosmetologists' Association. The meetings are convening in the Flamingo Motel. Mrs. Ebert Seeker will represent the state of Illinois,In the contest to name the "Cosmetologist of the Year." Mrs. Becker was announced last month as the state candidate. Mrs. Harry Lackey, chairman of the unit's hair fashion committee, attended briefing sessions Saturday, and will be a member of the hair fashion group which presents the new trend to the convention delegates. Mrs. John Shea and Miss Doris Maguire, delegates from the unit, will bring back the forthcoming trend to local members. The delegates are assisted by Mrs. Francis Giles, styles director. A meeting has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on July 22 In Mineral Springs Hotel for unit members, the new trend will be demonstrated on models. The meeting is open only to unit members. Camera Club "A Voyage on a Sailing Ship" will be the program of the Alton Onized Camera Club at their meeting in the basement clubrooms at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Tim Graul will show slides of his trip to Europe last summer. Entries for the monthly contest will be four monochrome prints or three color slides. Members attending are requested to bring a camera, close-up equipment, and an object to be photographed. After Five Club Plans for their annual picnic were made by members of the After-Five Club Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Scales, 917 Hampton St. The picnic, for members and families, will be given on Aug. 18 in Pere Marquette Park. Mrs. Joseph Shaw of 803 Gold St., will be hostess to the club for its August meeting. Class Reunion The 1953 graduating class of Marquette High School held a reunion Saturday evening in Knights of Columbus Hall. Sixty-five percent of the class was. in attendance. A cocktail hour preceded dinner, and the Joe Hlavsa Orchestra played for dancing. School pictures of the classmates were displayed on a bulletin board. The. Abernathys Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abernathy of 504 Metzger Ave., Wood River, have recently returned from a two-week vacation in Florida. They visited Cypress Gardens, Silver Springs and Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Delbert J. Cummings of 112 Charlene St., East Alton, have returned from a vacation in the West. They visited Mr. Cummings' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings in San Diego. They toured Las Vegas and Tia- jjuana, Mexico among other places of interest. Engagements Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Atig* lln of 612 S. tin St., Wood River, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan, and Larry Bandy. The prospective bridegroom Is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bandy of East Alton. The couple plans to be married on Aug. 16. Miss Anglln is a 1962 graduate of Roxana Community High School, and is an employe of Millers Mutual Insurance Association. Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, Is employed by Granite City Steel Co. Stuart-Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer of Carrollton are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna, to Ronald G. Stuart, son ot Mrs. John A. Stuart of Pawhuska, Okla,, and the late John A. Stuart. Plans are being made for an August wedding, and the couple Miss Myers Miss Sharon Myers was honored by 23 guests at a bridal SATURDAY, JULY 20th KIWANIS AUCTION! doubleknits by Junior Accents . . , of course iASTSATi PUZA - QPIN 10 A,M, to 9 P.M. MISS ANGLIN plans to live on Uie Stuart battle ranch in Oklahoma. Miss Meyer Is a graduate of Routt High School, Jacksonville, and of Mount St. Scholastic College at Atchison, Kansas, Her fiance is a graduate of the Pawhusky High School' and attended Oklahoma State link verslty. shower given Friday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Myers in Bunker Hill. Hostesses to the party were the Misses Lynn and Patty Blotna, Sandy Teasley and Carol Myers. The honoree will be married on Aug. 17 to Dennis Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Hunt, also of Bunker Hill. TheHebners Mr. and Mrs. Erwhi F. Hebner, 2331 Edwards St., have returned from a visit-of two weeks in Columbus, Ohio, with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin'F. Hebner Jr., and son. The Altonians' son is a teacher of art at Ohio State University. Miss Seiler Miss Carolyn Seller of Alton is visiting her grandparents, Mr." and Mrs. Charles Buck, in Tice, Fla. She was graduated pom Alton High School in June. Churches "Deny Yourselves" will be the theme ot the mid-week service of Uie Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Lodges Carlin Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday In Greenwood Odd Fellows' Hall. Sour cream will double In volume when beaten; it will take about fivev minutes of beating at high speed of an electric mixer when 1% cups of cultured sour cream are used. PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California HO 8-6086 PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAREL PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2082 Central Ave., HO 2-0812 by GRAVEMANN Jxrf&, • • •.. 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