Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 17, 1963 · Page 8
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Saturday, August 17, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGSJRAPH SATURDAY* AUGUST it, 1963 Eleven e Ceremonies of Interest in This Area V tlyrkit'Boyer The wedding ceremony of Miss Barbara Aim $oyer and Robert E. Byrkit was read at 2 fl.W. today In Melville Congregational Church, Godfrey. The hev. Cortley Burroughs, pastor of First Presbyterian Clhurch, bfficiated, and a reception followed in the Godfrey church social worn. Hie bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison L. Boyer, 54 t) 1 Adrian Drive, Godfrey. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William N. Byrkit of Oolllnsville. Mrs. James E. Kinkade served as the bride's matron of honor, and Miss Marian Faser of Normandy, Mo., was bridesmaid. Than Byrkit was his brother's best man. The bride's brother, Richard Boyer, served as groomsman. Richard Wagner, soloist, was accompanied by George Springman, organist. A double obi sash and a demi- train were featured on the bride's gown of embroidered silk organza over taffeta. Her shoulder veil was attached to a lace and pearl bandeau. She carried a cascade of pink roses, White feathered Fuji mums and greenery. The women attendants wore beige sheath dresses of nylon organza with lace jackets. Their hats matched their dresses, and their flowers were bronze and yellow pompons with greenery. The former Miss Boyer Is a senior elementary education major at Millikin University, Decatur, where she is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. She is a graduate of Alton High School. Mr. Byrkit was graduated this year from the same University with a bachelor of music education degree, and is employed by the Lovington, III., school district as director of music. He holds membership in Tau Kappa Epsllon, social fraternity; and Phi Mu Alpha, professional music fraternity. The couple will live in Lovington after a honeymoon trip to Eureka Springs, Ark. Hopkins-Childers Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah, was the scene of the wedding Friday afternoon of Miss Margaret Ann Childers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Childers of ,1053 Washington Ave., and Nephi Gaylon Hopkins. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Nephi C. Hopkins, Soda Springs, Idaho. The couple will receive friends tonight in the chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Soda Springs. , The bride's attendants were Miss Ann Baker and Miss Jeanette Heiner of Salt Lake City; and Miss Margene Hubbard of Soda Springs. Denis Morrill served as best man. The groomsmen were James Childers, Ralph and Gary Hopkins, and Eldon and Robert Bruce. The controlled skirt of the bride's peau de soie gown was trimmed with fabric roses, and widened into a chapel train. A cabbage rose headpiece secured her bouffant veil. Her flowers were white rosebuds and gardenias. Street length dresses of aqua silk organza over taffeta were worn by the bridesmaids, and their bouquets contained carnations with yellow and peach rosebuds. The bride is a senior student at Brigham Young University, and has been employed this summer at McDonnell Aircraft Corp. She was formerly employed by Alton Box Board and Sears Roebuck store. The bridegroom, also a senior at the university, has fulfilled a 30-month mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Central America. The couple will live in Provo, Utah, at 369 E. 500 North St. DiCenzo- Wallace Miss Joyce Ann Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wallace of Grafton, was married at 11 a.m. today to Spec. 5 Samuel E. Di Cenzo of Loyalhanna, Pa. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Samuel E. Di Cenzo of Loyalhanna, and the late Mr. Di Cenzo. The Rev. Anthony Schmidt read the nuptial Mass in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The couple will be honored at a dinner this evening in the American Legion home at Grafton, and at a dance which will begin at 8 p.m. Miss Suzanne Arnold was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Lenora Di Cenzo, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Linda Wallace, cousin of the bride; and Miss Millie Cope. Phillip Di Cenzo of Loyalhanna was his brother's best man. The groomsmen were Loyal Mourning of Grafton; Donald Gulp of Decatur; and Stanley Martin of Peoria. Stanley Plummer sang, and Miss Roberta Krause was organist. The bride's Chantilly lace gown featured ruffled tiers and organza roses on the draped skirt front. An orange blossom and pearl headpiece held her elbow length veil, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, stephanotis and ivy. The maids wore nylon organza and taffeta dresses and headpieces in shades of green and yellow. Their flowers were tube roses and Fuji mums in contrasting colors arranged on fans. Specialist Di Cenzo is serving with the medical corps of Scott Air Force Base, and is attached to Battery D at Grafton. His bride is a graduate of Jersey Community High School. The couple will honeymoon in the western states, and will live in the Waggoner apartments in Grafton. Klotz-Scholl Miss Ann Scholl of 2309 Brown St. was married at 8 p.m. Friday to Marvin R. Klotz, son of William Klotz of Staunton, and the late Mrs. Klotz. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Esther Graves of South Dakota and the late Odin Scholl of Jerseyville. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Kenneth D. Kuenning in St. Paul United Church. James F. Mick escorted the bride to the altar. A reception followed in the church hall. Miss Margene Dunn of Jerseyville was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Walter E. Pyle of Alton, and Mrs. Tommy Hillig of Jacksonville. The bridegroom was attended by Jerry I. Cuddy of Alton, best man; and James Ridder of Alton and Robert Ridenour of Grafton, groomsmen. Mrs. Grover Kinnikin played (Mother's Helper by Heimvnn & Pcorton CHILD should have ,» bulletin boar4 of her very own. in her room. Boards can be purchased already made,' to various vUfM, They're not «p*m«Jve, and most depart- went ftmt* haye them, Or jr«u CM) glue together mvwM HWftUi'iurfacod eelllnir «le» MM! put them on the f m H»w Yffk H»r«W TrKM*. fce, organ music. The bride's silk organza gown was trimmed with Alencon lace, and the skirt extended into a chapel train. A pearl crown held her illusion veil in place, and she carried white roses. The maids wore blue silk organza street length dresses and carried blue and white carnations. Their headpieces were made to match their dresses. The former Miss Scholl is a teacher of high school mathematics in the Roxana school unit. She is a graduate of Jersey Community High School, and received her bachelor's degree in mathematics from Southern Illinois University here this year. Mr. Klotz received a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the same university in June, and is employed by Propelex in Edwardsville as a chemist. The couple will live at 1375 Brushey Grove Ave., Wood River. Sell-Grace James Sell is en route to Germany following his marriage Saturday, Aug. 10, to Miss Donna Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grace of 938 Riley St. The couple exchanged vows in the office of Justice of the Peace William Hubbard Jr. in Wood River. Attendants for the ceremony were Gerald Robertson and Miss Brenda Sell, sister of the bridegroom. The bride will join her husband in October and they will live overseas while Mr. Sell is serving with the Army. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs., Horace SeU of 1724 Bozza St, MRS. BVRKIT MRS. HOPKINS MRS. HKFL1N MRS. ULLRICH MRS. HALL Ullrich-Budde Miss Dolores Marie Budde and Donald P. Ullrich were married at 10:30 a.m. today in St. Matthew's Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Budde of 3635 Aberdeen Ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Y. Ullrich of Winamac, Ind. Rt. Rev. Msgr. William Croke, pastor, officiated at the ceremony, and a reception followed in the American Legion home in Wood River. Cousins of the bride were her attendants. They were Mrs. Harry Witt Jr., of Wood River, who was matron of honor; and Mrs. John Wilkinson and Miss Dorothy Marie Dodd, bridesmaids. David T. Gray of St. Charles, Mo., served as best man. Groomsmen were Ralph T. Day Jr.; and Eugene E. Ullrich of Riverview Gardens, Mo. Mrs. Herrold Headley supplied nuptial music. A lace-trimmed overskirt with back bow accented the full skirt of the bride's taffeta dress. A seed pearl crown was attached to her circular veil. She carried white roses, carnations and ivy in a cascade bouquet. Chiffon dresses and clip net hats in shades of yellow, turquoise and pink were worn by the women attendants. Their flowers were cascade bouquets of daisies and ivy. The bride, a gradudate of Alton High School, has taught band and chorus for the past five years, and will teach this year at St. Pius X School in Glasgow Village, Mo. She has earned bachelor and masters degrees in music from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Mr. Ullrich attended SIU here, and is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp., as an electronic technician. The couple will honeymoon in the North, and will live in a home they have purchased at 631 Shepley Drive, Glasgow Village. They will return home after Labor Day. MRS. BALLARD MRS. Di OENZO MRS. ECCLES Ballard-Carlton Nuptial vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. today by Miss Judy Carlton and Gary Keith Ballard. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Carlton, 132 E. Hawthorne Ave., Hartford. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ballard of 517 First St., Wood River. The Rev. Jack Laffler officiated at the ceremony in Fh'st Baptist Church in Hartford. The couple is receiving friends this afternoon in the social room of the First Presbyterian Church in Wood River. The bride's twin sister, Mrs. Eugene Biciocchi, was her matron of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were sisters of the bride and bridegroom, Mrs. Dennis Kirkonis and Miss Marilyn Ballard. Dale Carroll of Roxana was best man. The groomsmen were Mr. Biciocchi, and Don Emde of Bethalto. Miss Jerilyn Bradley of Hart- lord played organ selections. Alfred A. Haenel of Mount Olive was soloistt. The bride's gown of Chantilly lace was fashioned with lace ruffles and an overlay of lace panels on the full skirt. A lace headpiece secured her illusion veil, and the bride carried yellow rosebuds and a white orchid. Yellow dresses of embroidered eyelet and polished cotton were worn by the women attendants. Yellow pillbox hats completed their costumes, and their colonial bouquets contained yellow rosebuds. The bride is a 1961 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School and Central Illinois Beauty College. She is employed by Bernice's Beauty Shop, Roxana. Mr. Ballard, a 1959 alumnus of the same high school, was graduated this year from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. He will teach in the Roxana school district. The couple will honeymoon in Missouri, and will live in Wood River. The Family Ann Landers She Wants Some Horse Sense Nuptials Planned MISS GROSS College Notes Miss Claire Lauchner will arrive this weekend-for a visit witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Lauclmer, in Rosewood Heights. Miss Lauchner has completed a summer session at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and will return to the college for the fall term. Herbert demons Jr. of 1328 Monroe St., received a bachelor of science degree Thursday from Northeast Missouri State Teachers' College in Kirksville, Mo. The graduate majored in physical education and minored in industrial arts, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert demons. Miss Hope Cousley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Cousley of 1801 Seminary St., wilj arrive tonight to spend a month's vacation after attending summer school at North* western University |R gvaptpjiu Schultz-Gross Miss Judith Fay Gross and W. Kay Schultz will be married Sept. 14, it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gross of 102 Kings- highway, East Alton. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Cpl. and Mrs. Wilson Schultz of Jerseyville. The ceremony will be read at 2 p.m. in the Church of Christ in Jerseyville. Miss Gross and her fiance were graduated from Jersey Community High School in 1961. Mr. Schultz is attending Southern Illinois University and is engaged in farming. Mclutyre-Brmftman An Oct. 19 wedding is being planned by Miss Elaine Brinkman of Godfrey and Orville A. Mclntyre of Jerseyville. The couple will be married at 8 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church, Jerseyville, Miss Brinkman is the daughter of Mrs. Eric Brinkman of Godfrey, and the late Mr. Brinkman. She is a 1951 graduate of Alton High School, and a 1955 alumna of Shurtleff Col- Jege. She is a teacher of the third grade at .Godfrey Elementary School, and is employed by Sears'; store. She is president of Alton Childhood Education Association. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Roy Mclntyre of 203 S. Lafayette St., Jerseyville, and the late Mr- Mclntyre. He is a graduate of Jersey Community High School and at- tens Southern Illinois University here. 'He'has served in the Navy,'and! is employed by the Mclntyre Cabinet Shop, Jersey. DEAR ANN: I don't know if this is the kind of a problem I should be bothering you with but I am only 12 years old and 'I don't have much love life ', yet to speak of. Well, to get to the point, I am 1 crazy about horses. After many years of ^ b e g g i n g, my ., folks are finally buying me a Ann Landers, horse in September. Now I need to know how to talk horse talk. I've got to get hold of a horse dictionary right away so I will be able to use words like gelding, filly, stud, withers, stallion and yearling. Please tell me where I can get such a dictionary. I want to start studying now so I won't be ignorant in the horse circles.-NO HORSE SENSE YET DEAR N.H.S. YET: I know Bandy- Anglin The marriage ceremony of Miss Joan Anglin and Larry K. Bandy was performed at 8 p.m. Friday by the Rev, R, M. Mapes in his home in South Roxana. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert E. Anglin, 612 S. Seventh St,, Wood River. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs, Nejda Bandy, 400 Dry St., East Alton. The bride wore a white Chantilly lace and taffeta sheath dress and a white pillbox hat. Her attendant was the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Charles Laster, who appeared in a royal blue sheath dress. Mr. Laster was best man. The former Miss Anglin Is a 1962 graduate of Roxana Community High School, and is employed by Millers' Mutual Insurance Association. Mr. Bandy, a 1960 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, is employed by Granite City Steel Co. The couple will live at 564 Tipton Ave., Wood River. of no horse dictionary and furthermore, even if I did I would not recommend it. The best way to learn "horse talk" is by being around people who talk it. That's the way they learned. « * * * DEAB ANN: I'm 17, a girl, and very much worried about my little brother. He is 12 and getting completely out of control. Dad died two months ago and mom had to go to work right away. This left me in charge of the house and my brother. He used to be obedient and polite and never caused any trouble. Now he sasses me, leaves the house whenever he feels like it and comes home when he wants to. I don't know where he is most of the time or who he is with. When I try to talk to him he tells me I am not his boss and we end up in a fight. My mother is too exhausted and too nervous to argue with him. Daddy was always the one who ; made the decisions in our family concerning my brother and now that he is gone I have inherited the job. Please help me, Ann, before my little brother goes bad, —A SISTER DEAR SISTER: This is a critical time in your brother's life and I urge you to get help from an adult male. An uncle would be ideal, or a friend of your father. Perhaps your clergyman can come to the rescue. Your approach to the boy should be gentle, He resents your taking his father's place as the authority in the family. Try to be soft-spoken, and above all, let him know you love him. * * * * . DEAR ANN; Two years ago I invested $10,000 in a small business. For my $10,000 I own 20 per cent. My partners are four men who are not related to me, but they are all related to each other. The payroll looks like their family roll call, Before I sat down to write this letter I checked and this is the way it reads: A sister-in-law, two brothers-in-law, a spn, two daughters, an uncle, three nieces, and a nephew. The business is doing well, but I have the feeling it would do better if we got rid of some of the relatives. It was recently decided that two of the relatives will be sent to Europe at company expenses to "look at items we might buy." The trip is a phony and I'm burned up about it. What can I do about this boondoggle? —HOT UNDER THE COLLAR DEAR COLLAR: Sell your 20 per cent and remove yourself from the list of ulcer candidates. What you make on the investment cannot compensate for what you stand to lose. * * * * Confidential to NOT OBLIGATED BY LAW: There is no statute of limitations on a guilty conscience. Pay the man. Surely your reputation is worth a few hundred dollars. * * * * Confidential to THE GO BOY FROM PERTH AMBOY: So \Vhat good are her dimensions if she has a computer instead of a heart? What you describe is a terrific construction job Without a central heating system. * * * * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Alton Telegraph enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Allot Church—Be Our Guest t FltEE COFFEE Wid PONUTS Sunday Morning ZIKE «27 E. Alrlfne Drive MRS. KLOTZ Eccles and Walsh Miss Patricia Ann Walsh of Jerseyville and John E. Eccles of Godfrey were married during nuptial Mass this morning at 11 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Church, Jerseyville, with the Rev. William Maul officiating. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Walsh of Jerseyville, and Mr. Eccles is the youngest son of Mrs. Frank Eccles of Godfrey, and the late Mr. Eccles. A reception was held at the Farm Bureau Hall in Jerseyville following the ceremony. The bride's sister, Miss Connie Walsh, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Peter Steinacher Jr., of Carrollton, and Miss Barbara Walsh of Jerseyville, sister of the bride. Harold Holden of Alton served as best man and groomsmen were Marty Walsh of. Jerseyville, the bride's brother, and Harold Baker of Alton. James McLaren of Jerseyville was organist, and Ray Brickey of Jerseyville sang. The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle. The bouffant skirt, styled with lace overskirt, had alternating tiers of pleated tulle and lace cascading to a chapel train. Her five tiered angel veil of illusion was held by a double ring of silk organza buds studded with seed pearls, and her cascade boquet was composed of white glamilia roses and stephanotis. The attendants appeared in street length dresses of Nile green sata peau, made wjth cap sleeves and controlled skirts, and had matching hats of silk roses attached to loops embroidered with iridescent sequins. They carried yellow fuji mums arranged with ivy. Mr. and Mrs. Eccles are spending their honeymoon in California and upon their return will reside at 5657 Humbert Road. The bride is a graduate of Jersey Community High School and Mr. Eccles was graduated from Alton High School and Shurtleff College. Both hold positions with Miller's Mutual Insurance Association in Alton. Rebekahs Alton Rebekah Lodge made plans Friday evening to conduct an officers' guest night on Sept. 20 in Western Star Odd Felows' Hall. The lodge met in the hall. Mrs. Edgar Johnson and Mrs. Alan Hart were hostess chairmen. Also planned was initiation of a class of candidates during October. The next regular meeting will be held on Sept. 6 in the hall. TheBuchers Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bucher of Godfrey returned home Thursday from a vacation of two weeks in Alexandria, Minn, En route home, they visited in Decatur with Mr. Bucher's: sister, Mrs. Catherine Huhn; and in Champaign with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bucher and family. Biesk Nuptial Mass was said at noon today for Miss Theresa Ann Bieslc and Gary Heflln in Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Bethnlto. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biesk of 539 Wood River Ave., Cottage Hills. The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. Lois Heflin of 316 S, Prairie St., Bethaltoj and Jensen Heflin of Central Avenue. The Rev. Thomas Manning officiated at the ceremony, and the couple will receive friends in Knights of Columbus Hall in Wood River at a buffet supper and reception tonight beginning at 5:30. Mrs. Gerald Eberhnrl, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. The bridesmaids were another sister, Mrs. Ronald Martin; and Miss Margie Stleglitz. The best man was the bridegroom's brother, Jack Heflin. Serving as groomsmen were Lloyd Heflin, also a brother; and Gerald Eberhart. Joyce Griggs was soloist, and Mrs. Rose McCracken was organist. The bride's Chantilly lace and satin gown was fashioned With a garland of roses at the buck of the scalloped skirt which extended into a chapel train. A triple rose crown secured her veil, and she carried a cascade ot carnations with a white orchid. Her attendants wore satin peau dresses and rose headpieces, and carried bouquets of pompons and greenery. Their gowns and hats were in shades of yellow, green and blue. The bride and her husband are graduates of Civic Memorial High School. He is employed by Alton Water Co. as a meter reader. The couple will honeymoon in Springfield. On their return they will live at 539 S. Prairie St., Bethalto. Hall-Combs Main Street Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding at 1:30 p.m. today of Miss Nancy Lee Combs and Gnry Richard Hall. The Rev. Melvin Byrd of S,t. Mark's Methodist Church officiated at the ceremony, and a reception was given in Onized Club. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lee Combs of 2507 N. Rodgers Ave. Mr. Hall is the son of Mrs. Lucille Hall of Union City, Tenn., and the late John Hall.' Miss Merrilee Grace Austin, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Alicia Rae Roe was bridesmaid. Mr. Hall was attended by Gary Taylor and Gary Yates. James Wilson, soloist, was accompanied by Miss Jeanne Swinney at the organ. The bride's tissue taffeta gown was designed with a pol- onnaise bustle and cathedral train. A forward pearlized crown secured her illusion veil. Feathered white carnations and stephanotis were in her colonial bouquet. ; The Misses Austip and Roe were attired in mint green tissue taffeta dresses with apron- effect overskirts and obi back bows. Their hats were open crown pillboxes of matching material, and their bouquets contained green carnations. The former Miss Combs, a 1962 graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Prudential Insurance Co. Mr. Hall is employed by General Motors, St. Louis, in its Chevrolet division. x , ' The couple is honeymooning ' in Colorado, and will live at 914 Washington Ave. GRAVEMANN WEDDINGS ALL DIRECT COLOR! smart wives know,,. the value of having a Budget and a Wedge Checking Account! Use the convenience of your Wedge Account tp pay all your bills , , . 1LARGE or small. Your cancelled checks are positive proof that you paid, you?' bills, ,„ ^ ' AI/TON \

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