Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
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?» AUGUST 3, 1963 „,*•„.,„, f .,.,. ^^...a,.-^,,^,,.,,.,..^ ., m ^,. 1 ....., J ,, l . > ,., : ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Today's */ •• Ceremonies of Interest in This Area i/ • ' Married at noon today. In OB Hen, Coiin., were Miss Janet Sue Hamilton, daughter of former East. Alton residents, Mr. ntid Mrs. Norl A. Hamilton Of Dnrlfen, Conn., nnd Frank* lln James Caldernwio. The bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. James Cinldernzzo of Brooklyn, and the late Mr. Calderazzo. The Rev. Michael Blnnchard Officiated at the ceremony In St., John's Catholic Church. The couple is receiving friends this afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's attendants were her sister Miss Onyle Hamilton, maid ot honor; and her bridesmaids wh'o were the groom's sister, Miss Arlene Calderaxxo; Miss Patricia Mn- clor of Yonkers; Miss Judith Hyde of Washington, D. c.; and Miss Shirley Saknl, also of Washington. James J. Greed Jr. of Stnm- ford, Conn., served us best, mnn. Others attending Mr. Caldernzzo were the bride's brother, Gary Hamilton of East. Alton Robert Wnlker and Fred St. John of Long Island; and William Donahue of Park Ridge, N, ,T. n the bride wore a gown of Ivory silk alpaca In foMfiat styling with a seed'pearl spray, at the waistline, Her headpiece was a fill! length Jace mantilla, and she cnrrid a cascade of sephttnotls, lilies of the valley and white roses. The maids appeared in floor length white linen gowns with yellow picture hats, and carried baskets of while daisies. The former Miss Hamilton is a 1050 graduate ot East Alton-Wood River Community High School. She also attended Northwestern University and Kalherlne Glbbs School, New York. Mr. Cnlrlerazzo attended La- Snlle Military Academy and Stevens Institute of Technology, He is a mechanical engineer at Martin-Mnriett in Baltimore. On their return from a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, the couple will live at 2402D Gainsborough Court, Baltimore. . CALDKKAZZO Scheff el-Jackson Jamison-Barcelona Nuptial vows of Miss Ruthnnn Barcelona and Richard L. Jamison were said nt 2 p.m. today in First Christian Church. J. W. Jordan officiated, and the couple is receiving this afternoon in the church social room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Barcelona, Southmoor Place, Godfrey. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth L. Jamison of Brighton are parents of the bridegroom. Miss Janie Williams was maid of honor, and Miss Barbara Shackelford was bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Howard Lewis, best man; and Ferdy Valdez, groomsman. The bride wore a gown of silk organza with Alencon lace cascades on the full skirt which extended to a cathedral length train. She wore her mother's Queen Ann crown of seed pearls, and a fingertip veil. Carnations and orchids were in her cascade bouquet. The maids appeared in silk taffeta gowns with lace bodices and crushed cummerbunds. Nose veils were attached to their taffeta circlet headpieces, and they carried white, pink and blue carnations. Miss Williams' costume was blue, and the bridesmaid's was pink. The bride attended Alton High School, is a free lance model, and is employed by Studio of Charm as an instructor. Mr. Jamison also attended the high , school. He is associated with his father in Jamison and Son Contracting Co. The couple will live at 212A Mounier St. ; Miss Jacquelyn Jackson, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jackson, Edwardsvllle, became the bride of Don Scheffel at ah 11 a.m. nuptial mass Saturday in St. Boniface church Edwardsville. The Rev. John Spreen officiated. The groom is the son Of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Scheffel of 304 Elm St., Edwardsville. Mrs. LaVerne McCoy of Edwardsville, an aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Carol Bulko- vicli of Wood River, Miss Jane Roady of Alton, and Miss Mary Robien of Edwardsville. David Schwartzkopf of Edwardsville was best man. Groomsmen were John and James Nash of Springfield and James Mareing of Edwardsville. The bridal gown was floor length of Chantilly lace with a garland of silk organza roses swept from the waist oCer the chapel train. The headpiece was a heavy reembroidered lace pillbox with fingertip veil. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white 1 mums and green ivy. The matron of honor wore a mint green silk organza sheath with side panels and an overskirt of tissue faille. The maids" sheaths were styled identically to that of the matron of honor in tangerine. Bridal attendants carried bouquets of carnations, tinted to match their gowns. A wedding breakfast followed the ceremony at 12:30 p.m. in Rusty's Restaurant, with the reception held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus hall in Edwardsville. The bride is a graduate of Edwardsville High School and captain of the Piasa Indian Senior Corps. The groom, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School, is employed by Hammond Sheet Metal, St. Louis. Following a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will make their home in Moro. Radcliff-Mouser Jenkins- Wright John B. Radcliff and his bride, the former Donna Mae Mouser, will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. in the Onized Club this evening. The couple was married this morn-. Ing at. 11 a.m. Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Luncheon was served at noon In the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roy H. Mouser, 168 Haven St., Cottage Hills. The Rev. Richard Niebruggee officiated at the ceremony. Miss Susan Radcliff,;er of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard Radcliff of Godfrey. Lonnle Mouser, the bride's brother, was best man, The bride wore a sleeveless blue dress designed with flared skirt, and trimmed with lace medallions. Her attendant's dress was fashioned similarly. The newlyweds will honeymoon in the Ozarks, and will live at 912 College Ave. Mr. Radcliffe is employed by Vogelsang. Brothers Service Station, and his bride is employed In the office of Vogue Apparel, Inc. Goewey-Cauley Miss LaVorn Cauley and Richard Goewey were married at 10 a.m. today in the First Baptist Church of Forest Homes. A reception followed the ceremony read by the Rev. Jay Hollingshad. Parents of the bride arid bridegroom live in , Cottage Hills. They are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cauley of, 117 Stanley Road; and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Goewey, 1414 Eighth St. Attendants were Miss Ethel Lynch of Meadowbrook, and the bridegroom's brother, Den- nis Goewey. George Hartley played organ selections. The bride appeared in a ballerina length gown of chiffon over silk organza. Her headpiece was a veiled pillbox hat, and she carried a lilac orchid on a Bible. Miss Lynch's gown was made of blue organza, and she carried a white bouquet. The former Miss Cauley attended Civic Memorial High School, Mr. Goewey is a 1963 graduate of the same school, and is employed by Owens- Illinois. SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church was the scene of the wedding at 11 a.m. today of Miss Janet Elaine Wright and Edward Stephen Jenkins. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James J. Haggerty said the nuptial Mass. A wedding dinner was served in Vieth's Northside Sweet Shop, and the couple is receiving friends this afternoon until 5 p.m. in Onized Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde T. Wright, 1101 Logan St. Mr. and Mrs. • Coy A. Jenkins of 619 Elfgen £;t. are parents of the bridegroom. Miss Janet Cox and Martin Thomas Carrow attended the couple. Mrs. Joe Davey was organist. The dome skirt of the bride's satin peau gown was made with an apron effect, and her silk Illusion veil was attached to a Swiss braid crown entwined with pearls. She carried a hand bouqquet of stephanotis and white roses. Miss Cox wore a pink taffeta chiffon dress with cummerbund and modified dome skirt. Her headpiece was a banded veiled circlet, and her flowers were pink roses, daisies and carnations ai'ranged with ivy, also in a hand bouquet. The bride is a graduate of Marquette High School, and is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co., in its traffic department. Mr. Jenkins, a graduate of the same high school, is an employe of Alton Box Board in its Godfrey plant. The couple will live at 407 Henry Si, Russell-Dawdy Miss Sherry Louise Dawdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Dawdy of 1411 Seminary St., was married at 2 p.m. today to J. Lezley Russell. The bridegroom's parents are Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Russell of Alexandria, Va. The Rev. Paul Krebs perform- 'Sweet Ad-O-Line' Participating in the "Harmony Hoedown" Friday evening at the opening Sweet Adelines''south central region meet are from left, Mrs. Herb Vavble, Alton; Viola Hartenstein, Belleville; M?s. Fred Hogenkamp, St, Louis j and Mrs, William Fisher, Alton. Some'300 persons are attending the region meet extending through today at the Lewis and Clark Motor Lodge, tfust Alton, The Alton ehupler is host to the event. ed the ceremony in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. The couple will receive their friends until 5 p.m. in the church social room. Miss Glennita Dawdy, the bride's sister, was her maid of honor. Mrs. Ron Haynes, a cousin, was bridesmaid. Nei) Russell was his brother's best man, Ron Haynes served as groomsman. Mrs. Alberta Kennedy was soloist, and Mrs. Sara Henesey played organ selections. The full skirt of the bride's silk organza gown was caught to form a bustle bow, and draped into a chapel train. A seed pearl coronet held her illusion veil, and she carried a Bible with a white orchid, pompons and greenery. The women attendants appeared in pink and in blue dresses with butterfly sleeves and full skirts. Their flowers were cascade arrangements of white pompons with pastel accents. The former Miss Dawdy is a 1963 graduate of Olin School of Cosmetology, and a 1962 graduate of Alton High School. Mr. Russell is an employe of International Shoe Co., St. Louis. He attended schools in Alexandria, where the couple will honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell will live at 3502A Meri- dociu Ave. The Norwoods Mr. and Mrs. Burton W. Morwood are entertaining relatives in their home at 2231 Brown St. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Burton S. Motv wood and children, Kris and Kim, arrived Monday from Denver, Colo., and were joined here by Mrs, Leona HoJlosvay o/ Monroe, Mich. Also a guest of the family is the hostess' sister, Mrs. Frank Reynolds, who arrived three weeks ago from Chicago, \ Wallace Williams Married in Monroe, La., at 2:30 p.m. today were Miss Joan Golson Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Dallas Williams Jr. of Monroe, and Robert Riley Wallace of Jerseyville. The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. Carl Fred Wallace of Jerseyville, and the late Mr. Wallace. The Rev. George W. Harbuck performed the wedding ceremony in the First Methodist Church chapel, and the bridal couple is receiving friends in the church educational building. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Susan Williams of Monroe. Gerald Wallace was his brother's best man. Mr. and Mrs. John Cloyd Walker of Shreveport provided music for the wedding. The bride wore a costume suit of pink silk linen with an Alencon lace blouse re-embroidered in soutache braid. With the suit she wore a pink or- za rose hat with illusion veil, and carried a Bible with a white orchid. Her sister appeared in a pink silk suit accented by waist line bows. She carried a nosegay of pink roses. The former Miss Williams was graduated this year from Centenary College in Shreveport, and is a teacher al Summer Grove Elementary School there. Mr. Riley is a student at Centenary. Following a honeymoon in Illinois, the couple will live at 242% Kings Highway, Shreveport. Smith-Mourning Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Mourning of Ktine are announcing the marriage of (heir only daughter, Miss Linda Carol Mourning and Robert W. Smith, son of Mi 1 , and Mrs. William Q. Smith of Grafton, which took place July 10 in First Methodist Church of Florence, Ala. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. T. Sprouse. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mr. and Mrs. Mourning and Mr. Smith were attendants at the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to Nashville, Tenn., the newlyweds returned to Jersey County. Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were members of the 1963 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School. Mr. Smith plans on continuing his education at MacMurray College in Jacksonville in September. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ifnrn- agn, HOG Milton road, a daughter, 8 pounds, 4:45 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Flack, 218 Delmar Ave., Hartford, a daughter, Ruby Lynn, 6 pounds, 6:22 a.m. Friday, St, Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Rosella Marie, 6, David Jr., 5, Patricia Ann, 4, Earl Eugene, 2, and Carol Sue, 16-months-old. Mr. mid Mrs. Hobby J. Rod- KOTO, 116 E. 9th St., a son, 1 pounds and 12 ounces, 11:47 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Dennis Keith, 9, Randall Wayne. 7, Richard, Lynn, 6, and Michael Scott, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Lcninney Dllks, 429 Brown St., East Alton, a son, 7 'pounds and 10 ounces, 4:35 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Wayne, 5, Audrey, 3, and Zachery, 17-montlis-old. Mr. and Mrs. dumps Mllford, 1372 Brushy Grove, Wood River, a son, Kent Raymond, 9 pounds und 9 ounces, 6:50 p.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Mark, 7, Chris, 5, and Eric, 3. ^»g/^U--*^"***' The Family Seams to Me Chintz, Eyelet for Daughter's Room By PATRICIA SCOTT Why not redecorate your daughter's bedroom in flowered chintz and eyelet ruffling? The matching bedspread and tiered curtains are easy to make. Use the following formula to determine the yardage needed to make a spread for a single bed: For the chintz, to the bed's length add an 18 : inch foot and pillow allowance, and multiply the total length by two. This gives the fabric yardage. For the trim, to the total fabric yardage add 50 inches for the spread width (based on a bed width of 36 inches). This gives the total rickrack yardage, and also, the total yardage of the 3Vi2 inch eyelet embroidered batiste ruffling. Cut fabric into 2 sections, each equaling the total length figure above. Cut one section into a 24-inch wide strip for spread center. If the bed is wider than 36 inches, add the difference to the 21-inch strip,. Cut the other section into two 13-inch wide strips. Seam two 13-inch strips to each side of the 24-inch strip. Press seams open; make narrow hem at one short side. Join eyelet ruffling to edge of spread, having right sides together and heading and raw edge even. Stitch just below heading around remaining three sides of spread. Press ruffling to extend beyond edge. Top stitch rickrack over ruffle joining. For dust ruffle, double the length of bed and add to this sum the width of the bed. This gives total yardage of percale, and also total yardage of rick- ruck needed. You will also Ann Landers need one bed sheet. TO MAKE RUFFLE: Cut fabric at center fold. Seam ends to make one continuous strip and press seams open. Stitch narrow hem on ends and one long side. Stitch rickrack over edge that has been hemmed. For width or ruffle, measure distance from floor to top of box spring. Cut away excess. Every 2 yards, stitch 2 rows.of machine basting Vs inch apart, starting & inch from top edge of ruffle. Shirr evenly to fit bed. Place bed sheet over box spring, mark at edge of spring, cut away Va inch beyond marking. Pin, then stitch shirred edge t:o marking with right sides together. Press ruffle to extend beyond sheet, with seam under sheet. Topstitch seam for neat finish. CURl'AINS: To figure yard- ai'Ko measure lenegth of window from top of rod to sill. To this add 6 inches for rod •casing, and multiply total length by two. This gives total yardage of chintz required. For ruffling, multiply fabric width by 8 inches, giving total yardage of 3y 2 inch widij eyelet ruffling. Cut fabric into six even sections. Make one-inch hem at both sides on all sections. Make l a /i inch hem at upper edge of each section. On four sections stitch Vg inch from hem fold for casing. For top tiers press ruffle heading under, then top-stitch ruffling % inch from upper hem fold. Finish ends of ruffling with narrow hem. Apply ruffling to lower edge of each section with right sides of ruffling and curtain together, heading along raw edge. Stitch just below heading. Fold ruffling to extend beyond edge, then top-stitch heading, in place. Finish ends with narrow hem. <D Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Rebekahs Hear District Deputy Mrs. Mary Martinson, Rebekah district deputy president, spoko on affairs of the district during a meeting of Alton Rebekah Lodge Friday in Western Star Odd Fellosvs' hall. Mrs. Harold Jewell and Mrs. William E. Tuetkken were elected to membership, and will be installed at a later date. Mrs. Albert Deucker was installed as chaplain to fill a vacancy. Installing officers were Mrs. Martinson, Mrs. John Baker and Mrs. Nelle Thomas. Mrs. Baker introduced the visiting officer. Hostess chairmen were Mrs. Haldon Read and Mrs. Paul Smith. The lodge meets next at 8 p.m. on Aug. 15 in the hall. Home from Denver Mrs. Walter Gade of 609 Brookside Ave. and her sister, Mrs. Beulah Cockrell, 930 Alby St., have returned from a trip to Colorado. The women attended the observance of "old settlers' day" in Washington Park, Denver. The event is an annual celebration of the town of Vona, just outside Denver. Parents of the Altonians were among the first settlers of Kit Carson County in Colorado. Amaranth Picnic The date and place of a picnic planned by Charity Court, Order of Amaranth, have been changed. The picnic, originally planned for Sunday, will be given at 2 p.m. on Aug. 11 at the cabin of the Young and Taylor families on Piasa Creek. The event was originally planned to take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Thompson. Ladies of GAR Ladies of the GAR, Alton Circle 126, will have a social meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Walter Morgan, 903 W. Delmar Ave. A white elephant sale will follow the meeting. Worrying Can Lead to Early Grave DEAR ANN: Our daughter is 35 years old, happily married, with four bright children. She hns a beautiful home, and everything to live for. ' Both her lius- ^band, her father and I are wor- /ued to death about her ex- Uccssive smoking. IShe has been a ; heavy smoker J-since she was a : teenager. A 1• though she knew Ann Landers, I never approved, she continued to smoke through the years, Several months ago she was spitting up blood. She quit smoking and went lo the doctor. When the X-rays showed jin sign of cancer she went back to smoking two packs a day although the doctor advised her against, it. I'm so afraid she will develop cancer lhat it's making a nervous wreck out of me. She says she has smoked so long now that if she's going to get cancer she will get it. Period. What can I say to tills headstrong girl? -WORRIED MOTHER UEAH MOTHKU: Probably nothing. Anyone who can road or hear knows by now that there J is a definite link between lung cancer and cigarettes. Scientific research continues to churn up more and more damning evidence. Not everyone who smokes will get lung cancer, obviously, and your daughter may escape it. But worrying has been known to bury people prematurely, so try to get your mind off her smoking and on something else. * * * * DEAR ANN: That letter describing the prom committee system which insures all girls a dale to the Junior-Senior Prom was the greatest. I'm going to take it up with our student council in September. I happen to be a girl who never was short of dates, but I know some awfully nice girls who sit home all the time because they don't have sex appeal. Fellows won't even bother to ask (hern out and get to know how great they really are. Thanks for printing that one, Ann. It was tops. -JILL * * * * Confidential to MY 1UGUT TO KNOW! Yeah? Who gave you the right? When I form a "Mind Your Own Business Club" I'm going to nominate you for presi- dent. » » » « Confidential to SCARED TO DEATH: Tell your mother at once, Do not try the drug your friend recommended. It is ex- termely dangerous and furthermore it won't work. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate After Church—Be Oar Gueat • FREE COFFEE and DONUTS Sunday Morning ZIKE PHARMACY 627 E. Airline Drive ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Dial CL H-2263 GRAVEMANN ALL DIRECT COLOR! WESTERN SHOE STORES 804 • 806 E. B'DWAY WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATIONS AUG. 5 thru AUG. 10 don't run off without Don't let the thought of losing your money ruin your vacation this your, Take along tiio "Sale Money" Awwloun ISxprcM Traveler! Chmiuoa . , . uo- coptublo anywhero and promptly refunded If Jo*t or stolon. TBAVEIERS CHEQUES only » penny u dollar ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO, 'Tour lull-service Wedj/e Bank" :

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