Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 5, 1963
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ALTON EVENING Eight Couples Say 'I Do' in Weekend Cerem ^•HpiP^ • •"'--,- • • . • '. .,'.-: ^v..,.,.-.,.f~^.ii ••innTM .u«n|gungj|g«a£Mi«BttjKBMBMBB^^^^H^^^^^^H Larson»Hoagland College Avelnie Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday flight tot the marriage of Miss Tamarft Loiilse Hoaglahd ftiid Matties E. Larson. The Rev. Henry 0. Moore read the cere- hiohy at 1 p.m., and the couple received Iti the Sawyer Room of the church afterward. the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hoagland of 3016 Edwards St. Mr. Larson's parents are Mr. and Mrs, Harry E..Larson of Sweet Home, Ore. Miss Hoagland was attended by Miss Mary Elizabeth Difanl of Festus, Mo.; Miss Christy Bishop of Klrkwood; and Miss Joan Chrlsmer of Arnold, Mo. All were classmates of the bride, at St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis. The bridegroom's brother, Robert, came from Sweet Home to be best man. George Lammers 111 of Alton arid Robert Hager of Florissant were groomsmen. Dr. Marinus Sardolph served as organist, * and Mrs. Lillian Rasar Walters .sang. i Taffeta-faced peau fashion* ed the bride's gown which was designed with a bustled skirt ending in a chapel length train. Her veil Was attached x to a queen's crown, and she carried white mums, stephanotis and ivy. The bride's attendants were attired in street length dresses of sea green taffeta peau. The dome skirts featured an apron effect. The dresses were worn with matching fabric hats with circular veils, and short white gloves. They held arrangements of bronze and yellow mums and ivy. The couple will live In Portland, Ore. MRS. LARSON MBS. KINKADE MRS. SIKORSKI MRS STAMPER, MRS. TEUTRINE MRS GRIFFIN MRS, Sikorski-Erdmann Miss Lois R. Erdmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Erdmann of 1536 Highland-Ave., became the bride of Roy W. Sikorski at 7 p.m. Saturday. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sikorski of Hillsdale, Mich. The Reverend Reuben Baerwald read the ceremony in Trinity Lutheran Church. The bride's parents gave a reception in their home after the wedding. Miss Phyllis Rockway of Guymon, Okla., was maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Miss Carol Erdmann, sister of the bride; and Miss Judi Engler of W. Lafayette, Ind. ' Hans ^Behrens came from Detroit to act as best man. The groomsmen were the bride's brother, Robert Erdmann of Canton, Ohio; and Jeffrey Schuler of Detroit. The bride wore a gown of peau de soie with embroidered lace medallions and a chapel train.' Her fingertip veil was gathered to a pearl and sequin crown. Her flowers were lilies of the valley and moth orchids. The maids wore dresses of white nylon eyelet over taffeta, with pipings of the gold, peach and rose shades of Talisman roses they carried. Nylon tulle garden hats completed their costumes. The bride was .graduated in 1958 from Alton High School, and from Valparaiso University this year. She will be employed next month as director of youth work and education at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor. Mr. Sikorski, a graduate this year of the University of Michigan, is employed by Spartan Electronics, Inc., Jackson, Mich., as an electrical engineer. The couple will live at 415 W. Hoover St., Ann Arbor, on their return from a honeymoon at the Lake of the Ozarks. Teiitrine-Mondy Calvary Baptist Church was the scene of the wedding at -7 p.m. Saturday of Miss Patricia Mondy and Donald Teutrine. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Mondy of 3203 Edgewood Ave. Mr. Teut- rine is the son of Mrs. Thomas Butler of 302 Allen St. A reception in the church social ,fooms followed the ceremony performed by the Rev. Howard Taylor. Miss Sharon Williams was the bride's sole attendant. Marvin Mondy, brother of. the bride, was best man. Steve Batchelor sang, and Miss Bonnie Sparks was organist. The bride's gown was made of floral patterned acetate and nylon lace over tulle and satin, with unpressed pleats and a large back bow. Her silk illu- sign veil was gathered to a tiara, and her cascade bouquet was made of white carnations and stephanotis. Miss Williams wore a sheath dress of blue silk organza with ' tunic overskirt. Her headpiece was a blue bluish veil, and pink and white carnations were carried in her colonial bouquet. The former Miss Mondy, a 1961 graduate of Alton High School, is a junior student at Southern Illinois University here, and is employed by Montgomery Ward Store as on inventory clerk. Mr. Teutrine, a 1959 graduate 'of the high-school, is employed by Granite City Steel Co. The couple will honeymoon in the Ozarks area, and will live at 1321 E. 5th St. The Family Ann Landers Children Take Remarks Literally Kinkade-McCarty Stamper-Pea Honeymooning in Florida following their marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday are Robert Stamper and his bride, the former Miss Judy Pea. The bride, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pea of 914 Milnor Ave. Mr. Stamper is the son of Mrs. John Stamper of 246 Longfellow Ave. The Rev. John Henderson : officiated at the ceremony in Main Street Methodist Church. The couple received in the church social rooms afterward.- Miss Shelia Pea, sister of the bride, was her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the bride's cousin, Miss Jane Ready, and Mrs. Harold Horsley Jr. Ronald Bayley was best man, and the grpomsmen were Louis and William Stamper, the bridegroom's brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamel sang nuptial music, and Mrs. Carroll Knutson was organist. The silk organza gown worn by the bride was designed with sprays of lace daisies on the full skirt which extended into a cathedral train. A pearl crown secured her illusion veil. Her cascade bouquet contained orchids with white and green accents. The maids appeared in street length yellow dresses and veiled pillbox hats with clusters of flowers. They carried white and green pompons. The taide and bridegroom are graduates of Alton High School and of the school of nursing at Alton Memorial Hospital. They are employed by the hospital. The couple will live at 248 Mather St. Members of their immediate families were guests at the wedding Saturday of Miss Gay Donna McCarty and James Edward Kinkade in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Cortley Burroughs heard the couple's vows. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.. B. McCarty of 1200 Douglas St., gave a lawn reception at their home following'the 8 p.m. ceremony. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lydia Whitley of Alton and the late Fred W. Kinkade. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Landis, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, served as attendants. Richard Wagner was soloist, and George Springman played organ selections. The bride wore a chapel length gown of imported eyelet with pleated skirt. An open pillbox crown, secured her eyelet veil,'and her^cascade bouquet contained Fuji mums and white pompons. Mrs. Landis' pastel pink sheath gown was fashioned of silk shantung, and her headpiece was a variegated pink flowered net. White and pink roses were arranged with white Fuji mums in her cascade bouquet. The bride is a I960 graduate of Alton . High School and Ward's IBM School in St.. Louis. She is employed by International Shoe Co., St. Louis. Mr. Kinkade, a 1955 graduate of Roxana Community High • School, is .employed by McCarty Enterprises as a machinist. The couple will honeymoon in Florida. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Yesterday I saw something that reminded me of my miserable childhood. If this letter helps just one child it will be, worth the effort it took to wrico it. I refer to the unmerciful teasing of children by so- called adults. When I was a child my groat aunt used to tease me, pretending it was all 1 in fun. I know she was a sadist. I was [| unusually tall ^ or my age .and Aunt Tillie ./would say, "If ifeyou don't stop:, growing you * won't be able to work anyplace 'but in a cir- Ann Landers. cus." She used s GrifHn-Rawlings >to WQrry me sick. Aunt Tillie teased my younger brother, too. She told him if he didn't stop stuttering his tongue would fall out and he wouldn't be able to talk. He became so inhibited in her presence that he rarely uttered a word when she was in the house. yesterday I heard a grandmother tell a child that if she swallowed a cherry pit a tree would start to grow in her stomach and the branches would sprout from her eyes and ears. Of course this is absurb to an older person who can reason, but many children believe whatever an adult says. Please, Ann, tell grown-ups that teasing children "in fun" can produce irreparable damage. — FRIEND. DEAR FRIEND: Thank you for ....writing. I. hope your letter gets through to those who don't realize'how harmful their little jokes can be. * • * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband died 10 months ago and left me well off financially. I'm -63 but could pass for younger. I'm wejl-traveled,, well-read and there's still plenty of Gypsy in my soul if you know what I mean. Please don't think me vulgar, but I want a husband and I'm willing to pay for him. There must be some attractive men around in their 50's or 40's who are tired of working and wunt to relax a little. Please don't tell me to wait , for some nice gentleman to Gerl-Woodard Married in Wood River Sat- groom is the son of Mr. and , ji .._ -niri "D^v* ^ff iir-i A »Lit 11 n O *-»v»l QO Aft avtmiov- urday at 8 p.m. were Miss Bonnie Jean Woodard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Woodard, 20 Evelyn Lane, East Alton, and Floyd Gerl. The bride- Alter berry s Celebrate Anniversary Friends and relatives in the area attended a reception in Springfield Saturday honoring former Altonian Carl Atterberry and Mrs. Atterberry on their 25th wedding anniversary. Guests from here were Mr. and Mrs. John Shortal, Mr. and < Mrs. Carl Mugge, Mrs. William Wille, aunt of Mr. Atterberry; and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Hanlon. The reception was given in the Theatre Guild and followed the renewal of the couple's marriage vows in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The couple was married on Aug. 3, 1938 in the old Springfield Hospital svhern the bridegroom was recovering from an emergency operation. Mr. Atterberry is a salesman for an auto parts company, and has business acquaintances in this area, He lived on McPherspn Avenue as a young man, and is the son of Mrs, Gladys Allen Petsche of Springfield, the former Mrs. Roy Atterberry Mrs. Arthur Gerl, 82 Marguerite Ave., Wood River. The newlywed couple received friends in Onized Club following the ceremony performed by the Rev. A. A. Capron in Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church. Miss Dorothy Woodard was her sister's maid o£ honor. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Judy Gerl, and Miss Margaret Dalhaus were bridesmaids. George Gerl served as his brother's best man. The groomsmen were Carl Gerl Jr., the bridegroom's cousin; and Richard Wilhite. Alba Mahaney was soloist, and Mrs. Estella Grant played organ selections. The bride's gown of peau de' soie was fashioned with a flowing back panel, bell-shaped skirt and Chantilly lace jacket. A crown held her tulle veil, and she carried a Bible with stephanotis and an orchid, Miss Woodard appeared in a pink dress and rose-cluster hat. The maids wore blue dresses. All carried colonial bouquets. Mr. Gerl is employed by Owens-Illinois Glass Co., and attended East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mrs. Gerl attended Roxana Community High School. The couple will honeymoon in Missouri and the southern states, and will live in Rosewood Heights. The wedding of Miss Marcella Fay Rawlings and Donald Lee Griffin took place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene, with the Rev. Richard Jones officiating. A reception followed in Steelworkers' Abel Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Benton Rawlings, 417 Brown St.., East Alton, and the late Mr. Rawlings. Mr. Griffin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Griffin of Maiden, Mo. Attending the couple were Miss Lois Ames, the bride's' cousin, of Cottage Hills, and James L. Sparkman, the bridegroom's brother-in-law of St. Louis. Kay Shaw sang, accompanied by Mrs. Jones. The bride's gown was made of peau de soie with controlled skirt and detachable chapel train. A hairbraid and crystal crown secured her veil'- of illusion, and she carried a Bible with a white orchid. The bride was escorted to the altar by her cousin, Ray Boyles. Her attendant appeared in a pink chiffon street length dress and a pink bow headpiece with veil. She earned a colonial bouquet. The former Miss Rawlings attended East Alton-Wood River Community High School, and is employed by Alton Dairy Queen. Mr. Griffin is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. On their return from a honeymoon at the lake of the Ozarks the couple will live at the Brown' street address. Parties Honor Shinpauglis Wiener-Dycus Honeymooning at Lake of the Ozarks are A.2.C. Larry Gene Wiener and his bride, Patricia Kay Dycus, who were married Saturday at 3 p.m. in the First Methodist^ Church, Wood River. J . The couple will. live in Mt. Clemens, Mich., where Airman Wiener 1s stationed. He has recently been assigned to Selfridge Air Force Base. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Douglas Dycus, 289 S. 14th St., Wood River. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wiener of Brighton. The Rev. John Henderson performed the wedding ceremony, and a' reception was given in the church social rooms. Attending the couple were Miss Janet Dycus, sister of the bride; and Richard Wiener, the bridegroom's brother. Mrs. Harry Hanson played organ music. The bride wore a street length dress o! satin peau, and her veil was held to a tiara. She carried white roses, stephanotis and carnations. Her attendant appeared in a pastel green taffeta and lace costume. Farewell parties are being given to honor Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shinpaugh of'621 Grove St.,, Wood River. The couple will leave on Aug. 19 to make their home in Santa Monica, Calif. Neighbors of Mrs. Shinpaugh have been invited to a coffee planned for Wednesday morning. Mrs. Albert Olivia and Mrs, William Vogan will give the coffee in Mrs. Vogan's home at 622 Grove St. Eighteen persons' were present at a brunch and handkerchief shower given for Mrs. Shinpaugh Thursday. Hostesses were Mrs. Calvin Hill and Mrs. Carl Hindson, The brunch was served in the • Hill residence on Cedar Street, Wood River. Several barbecues and parties will honor the departing couple next week. College Notes David Fulton, son of. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fulton of 861 Halloran Ave., Wood River, received a'master of science in education degree Friday at the University of Missouri. He has been teaching in the school system of Clarinda, Iowa for the past three years. Miss Schneider ^ Miss Gayle Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. Schneider of Northmoor Place, observed her birthday in Urbana Saturday with weekend guests, Miss Stephanie Walters and Miss Ann Nitsche. Miss Schneider, recipient of a science scholarship from the Heart Association, is studying for eight weeks at the University of Illinois. She will be a senior student this fall at Alton High School. The Misses Walters and Nitschie will return home tonight. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walters, 301 Maurice St.; and Mrs. H. G. Workman, Fosterburg Road. Host Dinner Mr. and Mrs', Robert Tune- hbrst of 64 Dixon Drive, Godfrey, entertained at dinner Sunday following the baptism of their son, Michael Eric. The ceremony was performed in St. Ambrose Catholic Church by the Rev. Walter M. Weerts. Sponsors were Miss Diana Huskamp, and James Groesch of Springfield. come along and marry me for myself. Why would a good- looking, middle-aged man want a 63-year-old widow when he can have a 28-year- old divorcee — unless there was an added incentive? v I know six wealthy widows at this minute who are pathetic in their aloneness. Why shouldn't I buy my way out of this circle if I can? Please give me some down-to-earth, practical advice. LONELY AND MISERABLE DEAR GYPSY: If you think you're Lonely and Miserable now just marry some good- looking, middle-aged man who "wants to relax a little'." No man worth having would be remotely interested in your proposition. Your For Sale sign would attract nothing but scum. * * * * DEAR ANN:' This is a problem that I'll bet many parents are faced with during summer vacation. Can you help? Our daughter Arleen has been invited by my sister-in-law to spend four weeks with them out in Montana. Arleen is 16, and a good little cook and '.housekeeper. My sister-in-law said in her letter that they would expect Arleen to "pitch in" with the household chores and to help with the children. Now the problem.'Do you feel that we should continue to give Arleen her allowance while she is on vacation? Or should my sister-in-law give her "an allowance for helping .with the chores? My husband says one thing and I say another. What do you say, Ann Landers? —SPLIT DECISION DEAR SPLIT: By all means you should continue to give Arleen; her allowance while she is on vacation, ft would be unthinkable to suggest that a house guest be.paid for pitching in. Arleen is your responsibility whether she's at home or vacationing. * * * . *' • Planning a wedding? Leave nothing to chance. ANN LANDERS' newest, booklet, "The Bride's Guide," has all the answers (from announcing the engagement to "who pays for what"). To receive your copy, write to Ann Landers, in care of this; newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 35c in coin. Ann Landers .will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her In care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-ad-, dressed envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate A Lovelier You Bustle Must Go by MARY SUB MILLER Could your hips do with a trimming? If so, you had best get busy. Or you may find your figure is no match for Fall fashions. Their look, so relaxed and nonchalant, is deceiving. For they move in a .way that accents the figure moves. Too, details often call attention to the hips, via belts, seaming and bands. Obviously, those hippy devices and hlppiness just won't go together. ; But then when were good fashions and poor figures ever compatible? To slice off an inch or two, at least a month of daily exercise is required. For a mighty sharp, double-edged routine, use this: 1. Lie back down on floor, hug knees to chest with arms and center weight on right hip. Now briskly- rotate knees, clockwise in small circles. Continue for twenty counts. Then shift weight to left side and circle knees in anti-clockwise direction — twenty times. 2. Sitting erect on floor with legs straight out, slowly contract and then quickly relax the buttock muscles. Repeat twenty-five times. 3. Face down, rest brow on hands and stretch body to its. fullest extension. 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