Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1972 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 19, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, August 19, 1972
Page:
Page 12
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 12 article text (OCR)

Afeftt 8i«ntn* f tfegrnph Saturday, August 19,1972 MRS. MONTOYA MRS. BOWLING MRS. DUGAN MRS. THEEN MRS. ALONZO MRS. SMITH MRS. MURRIE MRS. SCHOBERNED MONl'OYA-DcCLUE S t.. Matthew's Catholic Church in Alton was the scene Of the wedding of Miss Diane L. DeClue of Alton and Daniel E. Montoya of St. Louis. The ceremony was performed at 10:30 a.m. today by .the Rev. Philip Kraft. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. DeClue of Rte. 1. Alton. The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. Laurene Montoya of St.. Louis and the late Fernando Montoya. The bride wore a gown of s c h i f f 1 i embroidery over taffeta. Her veil was attached to a venise insertion lace profile headpiece. She carried a bouquet of carnations, roses, mums and daisies. Her attendents were Miss Julie DeClue, maid of honor; and bridesmaids. Miss Lucy Chappee, Miss Kathy Stratil, and Miss Molly Hasten. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Susan DeClue. The attendants wore blue and yellow polka dot organza over taffeta gowns and carried baskets of field flowers. The bridegroom's attendants were Adrian Montoya. best man; and the groomsmen, Ben Steimal, Greg Hoff and Leo Scibus. The couple will honeymoon In New Orleans, La., and will live at Atchison, Kan. The -bride is a graduate of Marquette High School and attended St. Mary College in Leavenworth, Kan. Her husband is a graduate of Jennings High School and ing ceremonies performed in Alton area is a senior at Benedictine College in Atchison majoring in history. BOWLING-LOGAN The Cherry Street Baptist Church in Alton was the scene of the wedding of Miss Melissa Wynne Logan of Alton and James Kenneth Bowling of Alton. The ceremony was performed at. 2 p.m. today by the Rev. Robert F. Bowling, father of the bridegroom. A reeception was given afterward in the church fellowship hall. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Cleve II. Logan of 2215 Virginia Ave. and the late C. H. Logan. The bridegroom's parents are Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. Bowling of 601 Cherry St. The bride wore a gown of sheer lace over peau de soie. Her veil was attached to a lace and pearl coronet headpiece. She carried a bouquet of daisies, stephanolis and baby's breath with a detachable corsage of orchids. Her attendents were Mrs. Daniel Klopfer, matron of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Susan Kozonasky and Miss Anne Schrimpf. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Tamara Logan. The attendants wore pastel colored nylon flocked organza gowns and carried multicolored daisies and baby's breath bouquets. T h e bridegroom's attendants were Robert Lee Bowling, best man; and the groomsmen, Michael Criswell and Daniel Klopfer. AUGUST 21-27 The quiet August noon lias come. Corn swrete?t now . . . l.KJ i s (\.\ on Aupr. -7 ... The. Full Sturpwin .Moon A up-. -'I . . . h'anny Farmer oprnod cooking school in Boston Ann 'J:-!, KHlli . . . Average length of <);iys for week, ];; hours. :10 minutes . . . First U.S. oil well, Aug. 2o, 18.>:t . . . Two ini'hi-s of snow fell Jhipnyer, Mont! AUK. 20, 1MH (K, decrees) . . . Last M^iarf-nR^ed whaler loft New Bedford, Muss. AUK. -I, J!)S>-1 . . . First deserve, then desire. Old K;iniH-r\ Riddle: AVhut's (do ilillVrpiuv lietweon pi-n letter and a ivloivd ram tl-i'' n,l<{ m- n ii, f/.r;. /, i,,,,/ .-;,, „ '/.-'/j;,, ,/ /( i- nil .. - poison(An.-\\ IT below.) Ask (lie Old Farmer: Is thorp any iriiib in the ,-;|ory that a bushy tail tin .squirrels ami rhi|>niiin!is indieales a cold winter aliead and a scrawny tail a mild «inter'.' S.V.A. Tulsa. t)l</-'iHn ra urvrrroiiltiaffref mi ti'i*. Suinc of 'cm i-lainifd I/ nl it //.<- n-ii>trr van tu he milii ;/'(• rrittt r..\ i-lmi'id y«' .-'•I,,:,' (,/ Hi,-jf j, lf bccattxf it. "C ii/i/irnnch 1,1 f -uit>,< {t>«*ttf</ -/ifi »'"</• funini/f} ami liqhliiia Hint - iuil.--. p a !>r.,-k wall In- fat-teninE (erxirfls in .-lulu, l.liv,lin K . >• .< |...ilil.,l I;,!,,-,-. Illi nlhri OLD IARMIRS \\ I ATHliR WealhiT lip t A iht Utik: Humidity Jiivh Alidtiie Atlantic J.< (.'•Jim. N^Km-hmd foii.si;,l: J; (v ,n, « ,ih J in,•?, of ruin and ,t do.vsn't c "" r u !' ul:! ' aM'T II.M>M . |... bul nue f ri .in then on. Nortlurn &. Inland Xc-» l-.ii K | a iid: Mero than 1 ,m-h of rain fn " '•-• "••''-I "' Wiei-, lliei; ei.iildy il\er weekend. Cm-au-r V« N ,,rk: S,»,w,•,-, a. fir.M. the,, a break ir, tin ram inn;.' weekend '' livniiid all week with showers ri<.|].iiij.' i,n : if . it,, j,,. ; ,t ;. :.|. jailer (.art. Chitago-(.n-al lakes Kt-KJoii: }',i v ,,,.- |,.,Hly cloudy with off- by jvidwe, ,:. .»!..|-e siu-uer.- Middk- Atlantic Kt-Ki..n: II-,, tin Blld-iM: hliO'.Vi. r.- for rest. Grealir Ohio VulU-y: H.,I wjth a trai. v,-eet:, the... ..„,:,)• .,,,<: j.i.-a.-an, | ;I U.T | Soul hern Stall',: (Jii-rui-i-oji >i,.,a,rv t good i-nai.r, >.'. i.i -.v\ rain o\,r \\e.-k,. Northern J'/ainv: l. ; ^i,; .,,...>,,. ,,,] <, beautif-.i!. !>'.a r.,.! i;-ji , ... ..,, ,.,.,,,] Koi-k.v Miiuiituiiis-Ccnirjl I'lains: ii,- u -, •, Will. 01 !V l,|, a, ,,,.. ., .., ,. ...... h Paiitic NorlliMoi; < , ..; -,'j.i !:L".; i, and jji'u.-ant i,y ir.. iv.. ••',.. i :,,.;d\ VM ,' Nortlu-rn ( ulilornia-( oastal: .\! clear and pleasant of rain through jnid- rt. ,-.,,,^ most of week, ' tlien <-ii Cle r u:.'i -., an-: v:r.i. • dy ;.j;d eri>.:i-y i! t :,,-\ u California: NIC ii iiud iU~. wtek, a'. lir.-t, li.en clear ! H.I. t:«.ar 6U at first and at week's end.' v.,.k w ,ih ),leasant temperatures. o^ercaM cluart quickly. Midwesl JU'^ioo: Gear u:id hoi the Jirst o! Hie week, but cooling with lain beluix- niKiv.x-fk: s'.me cloudiness and becoming wanner lor i.h-.- jeniainiifi i'l ihu week: heav> ram Sundav. The couple will honeymoon in Branson, Mo., and Eureka Sprigs, Ark. and will live in Alton. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and attended SIU-E. • She is employed by McDonnell-Douglas Corporation in St. Louis. Her husband is a graduate of the same High School and attended Lewis and Clark Community College. He is employed by McDonnell- Douglas Corp. Her husband is a graduate of the same High School and attended Lewis and Clark Community College. He is also employed by McDonnell- Douglas Corp. DUGAN-MBLLEB Miss Cathy Jo Miller of Alton became the bride of Wesley Manning Dugan of Cottage Hills Friday at 7 p.m. in the Brown Street Baptist Church in Alton, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer .1. Miller of 3608 Coronado Dr. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dugan of 1420 Eleventh St. The Rev. Thomas Burke officiated. A reception was held in the church social room following the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of chantilly lace with a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a camelot headpiece. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath. The couple was attended by Miss Carla Sue Miller and Jim Dodd. The couple will honeymoon in the Ozarks and will live at Carrollwood Apartments. THKEN-WILLIAMS Miss Debra Sue Williams of Alton became the bride of John Frederick Theen of Alton today at 1 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church in Alton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Williams of 527 E. 8th St. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. The^n of 2106 W. Dell Drive. T h e Rev. Wilbur O. Reinhardt officiated. The bride wore a gown of organdy over satin with a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a lace covered headpiece. She carried a bouquet of summer flowers with ivy. Her attendants were Miss Margaret Cook, maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Mi>s Judy Hoper -and Miss Linda Seheurer. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Paula Elmendorf. The attendants wore multicolored gowns and picture hats. They carried baskets of mixed flowers. T h e bridegroom's attendants were James Theen, best man; and the groomsmen, Hen Moore and Bruce Gadel. The couple will live at ('arlinville. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and :s employed by Laclede Alton Works Employes Credit Union in Alton. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school and is a student at Blackburn College in Carlinville where he is majoring in political science. ALOX/0-BOYEK Miss Barbara Ann Boyer of M'ood Ki'.t-r became the bride of Haymond L. Alonzo of Wood River today at 11 a.m. in St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. James W. Crowson of 1523 Esther Ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and .Mrs. Louis P. Alonzo of .r>.>) Si Joachim, St. Ann Mo The Rev. Patrick Wright officiated. The bride wore a gown of organza over taffeta with a ruffled flouce train. Her veil was attached to a camelot headpiece. She carried a bouquet of roses, statice, daisies and baby's breath. Her attendants were Mrs. William T. Murray, matron of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Susan Meisenheimer and Miss Patricia Alonzo. The attendants wore pastel colored corded organza gowns and carried nosegays of pastel colored daisies. The bridegroom's attendants were Kevin McHugh, best man; and the groomsmen, Tiiri Jensen and Bruce Boyer. The couple will honeymoon in Springfield, 111., and will live at 59 Willow Hill Rd., Wood River. The bride is a graduate of Roxana High School and attended Millikin University in Decatur and SIU-E. Her husband is a graduate o f Passionist Seminary, Warrenton, Mo., and is em- ployed by St. Joseph's Hospital IP Alton. He also attended Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Mo. SMITH-WBVFBEE The First Southern Baptist Church in Meadowbrook was the scene of the wedding of' Miss Thresa M. Wdhfree of Meadowbrook and William R. Smith of East Alton. The ceremony was performed at 6 p.m. Friday by the Rev. Cloftom CaldweM. A reception was given afterward at the Alton Box Board clubgrounds in Godfrey. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Winfree of Meaflowbrook. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Omar T. Smith of 402 E. Main Street. The bride wore a gown of lace with satin lining with a floor length train. Her veil was attached to a Juliet style headpiece. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and daisies. Her attendants were Miss Debbie Graham, maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Kathi Neunabor, Mrs. Debbie Call, and Miss Doreen Graham. The attendants wore multicolored chiffon over satin gowns and carried one white rose. The bridegroom's attendants were Dennis Cheatham, best man; and the groomsmen, Robin LaMarsh, Tom Smith and Harold Pollard. The couple will live at Bethalto. The bride is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School and is employed by Dr. E. N. Davison in Rosewood Heights as a dental assistant. Her husband is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School and is employed by Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey in office services. He is also a student at the college. MURR1E-DUNSWORTH Miss Jacquelyn Dale Dunswort h of Morrilton, Arkansas, became the bride of Michael Howard Murrie of Alton today at 2 p.m. in the Downtown Church of Christ in Morrilton. The bride is the daughter o f John Dunsworth of Morrilton and the late Mrs. Dunsworth. The birdegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murrie of 229 Alben St., Alton. John Ryan officiated. A reception was given afterward in the fellowship hall in the church. Another reception will be held for the newlyweds from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, in the fellowship hall of the First Christian Church in Alton. The bride wore a gown r-f sata peau over taffeta wiln a chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a lace covered camelot headpiece. She carried a cascade of white roses. Her attendants were Miss Kathryn Dunsworth, maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Becky Murrie and Mrs. Bob Daniel. The attendants wore light Lesson for the overweight DEAR ANN: Last month I was 40 pounds overweight but I am losing a half a pound every day and will keep at it until I am down to where I ought to be. My story might help someone else, so please print it. I weighed 117 when T married in 1955. I don't know how it happened but I kept putting on a little here and a little there, usually after pregnancies. Three weeks ago I was horrified when the scales registered 157 pounds! I went to my doctor and asked for some pills. He said nothing doing, insisted on a physical examination, found no organic problem and handed me a diet. He then asked if 1 did much cocktailing, if I ate between meals, and what my favorite foods were. When I told him I eat less than anybody in the family he replied, "I hear that all the time." Then he instructed me to carry a pencil and paper for three days and write down everything I put into my mouth, even chewing gum. I thought this was crazy but 1 did it and it provided the key to the mystery. I ate only a small bowl of cereal for breakfast, plus a cup of coffee and a piece of buttered toast. But then I found myself writing down, "Finished Tom and Maria's Babies born in Alton area Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hetaemeicr, 234 St. Mary's St., Bethalto, a daughter, Tanya Leah, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 2:05 a.m. today, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder Mirror of children, Larry, 2; and Amy Elizabeth, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stanley, 312 N. Buchanan, Edwardsville, first child, David Lee, 7 pounds and 15 ounces, your By JOHN CONWELL mind Can parental screaming do any good? ONLY the first time. After that, if a child hears his . mother and father screaming their heads off at him, the youngster will simply "tune them out." On occasion, the child may even comply with the orders that are yelled at him, but he either was ready to do what they wanted or he just wants them to stop streaming. In the meantime, his parents have done nothing to motivate him to behave without their si-reaming ut him. Do only the weak look (or sympathy? NO; not the weak people who could use a sympathetic boost anyway. Someone who seems to be constantly on the lookout for sympathy, however, may need a different kind of understanding. Perhaps fie is torn by some C 1*72 Hint; I t inner turmoil that even he can't define. Rather that hint at what is troubling him — even if he knew precisely what it is — the individual has that look abtfut him that invites the compassion of everyone he meet|s. Is boredom marriage's worst enemy? THAT is something that could kill almost any relationship. But jt is not very likely that a hajppy husband and wife could bpcome bored with one another, Oh, there's no doubt that the most loving couple will ha\|e moments when it looks as though they could not learn Another thing about the other. Even so, a happy marriage can be like favorite music th;|it never fails to please, no matter how mans- times it is heard. Syndicate, iuc.) 6:10 a.m. today, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Stanley is the former Faye Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jackson of Edwardsville. Paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Lutes of Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gauntt of Hardin, first child, Richard Steven, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 12:26 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Gauntt is the former Jane Sagg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sagg of Hardin. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gauntt of Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. James Henschel, 1102 Camelot Lane, Godfrey, a son, Mark Edward, 7 pounds and 2 ounces, 10:44 p.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder daughter, Toni, 8. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flowers Jr., 131 Clover, Meadowbrook, a son, Harry Edward III, 7 pounds and 9 ounces, 9:11 a.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder daughters, Amanda Lorraine, 2%; and Catherine Ann, iy 2 . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deck, 10 Oak Grove, Godfrey, a son, Shawn Paul, 6 pounds and 11 ounces, 7:37 a.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder daughter, Dawn Kristine, 2^. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Orban of Medora, a son, 6 pounds and iy 2 ounces, 10:12 p.m. Friday, Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. Shirt Styles Man-tailored shirts, which look so good with pants or suits, can be worn with the last two buttons open and tied in a knot at the midriff for over a bikini or jeans. cereal — just a few spoonfuls . . . Finished John's toast — half a slice . . . Finished Nora's bacon and eggs . . " Dinner was interesting. While preparing the chickon soup I ate a dumpling and a half-cup of noodles. Befort I finished the salad, I had put away half an avocado and several "tastes" of salad dressing. I sampled Uie whipped-cream frosting on the cake and ate just a snidge of fudge sauce. After dinner I finished Maria's soup, Tom's salad and Julie's dessert. It soon became clear that it wasn't what I was eating at meals that had made me fat, but tasting and finishing up the leftovers on everybody else's plates. Now that I know the facts, I've put an imaginary padlock on my mouth while cooking and cleaning up. It works like a charm. Great? You'd better belitve it, Ann. I feel light as a feath- jer because victory is in sight. — FORMER BLIMP IN BETHESDA DEAR FEATHER: Bravo. And now, all you overweight readers who "don't eat anything," take a lesson. DEAR ANN: I wrote to you a few years ago to say my plants were dying. Then I told you my neighbor explain.rj the reason. She said I didn t speak to them nicely, and their feelings were hurt. I thought she was nuts, until she showed me how beautifully her plants were flourishing. I concluded the-.e must be something to it and decide to give it a try. Well Ann, ever since I've started to talk to my plants they've been thriving. I kept this secret to myself for two years but now I am reading about florists anl botanist all over the country who are having fantastic success after speaking ro their plants, so I thought I would write again. This morning I read an article about a botanist who proved in an experiment that if you talk mean to a violet, it can faint. I fell less like a fool no-.v and I hope you will print this letter. — GREEN THUMB THELMA DEAR THELMA: My florist in Chicago says all plants, to keep healthy and varying degrees of light, water and heat. When I asked him if he s)x>ke his plants, lie replied, "Only when they speak to me first." blue dotted swiss gowns and carried single mint green carnations. The bridegroom's attendants were Mark Miller, best man; and the groomsmen, David Luke and Tommy Dunsworth. The couple will honeymoon in Herbcr Springs, Ark., and will live at Searcy, Ark. The bride is a 1972 graduate of Harding College, Searcy. Her husband is a 1969 graduate of Alton High School and is attending Harding College. He is employed as manager of KI-ICA, campus radio station, of Harding College. SCHOBEKND-HANKS S t. Norbert's Catholic Church in Hardin was the scene of the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Hanks of Hardin Bauer and Rev. Ronald Hilmer. The ceremony was performed at 1 p.m. by Rev. Roy bauer and Uev. onaid H Imer. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Ms. Paul B. Hanks of Hardin. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schobernd of Hardin. The bride wore a gown of polyester and her veil was attached to a bow of the dress material. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white daisies. Her attendants were Mrs. Eddie Beemon, matron of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Jane Roth, Miss Deborah Schobernd, and Miss Karen Schobernd. The attendants wore blue mira mist nylon gowns and carried baskets of yellow roses and white daisies. The bridegroom's attendants were Larry Rodgers, best man; and the groomsmen, Eddie Beemon, Rick Sievers and Phil Carmody. The couple will honeymoon in Missouri and will live at Griggsville, 111. The bride is a graduate of Calhoun High School and is a junior at Illinois College in Jacksonville. Her husband is a graduate of Calhoun High School and Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, where he majored in speech. He is employed by the Griggsville School System as a teacher. Polly's pointers Today Problem DEAR POLLY - My husband and I are a well- dressed and well-mannered couple in our early 30s. We both believe in the undemanding and genteel approach to all situations but are realizing the nice guy j s usually the fall guy. We make reservations at a restaurant prior to the evening rush hour, enter an almost empty room and are seated next to the kitchen. Where are we wrong, as we do not appear (hat meek? Reservations are made at a motel well ahead of time and a room is requested away from the highway. But even during off-season, the middle of the we^k and other dull limes, we are told the only r o o m s are on the noisy side. Other friends arrive later and are given large and quieter rooms. When standing in line for tickets, rides, etc.,people rush in front of us, and when standing quietly in line in a store we are passed by some loud-mouthed preson demanding service. If there a proper approach to getting a fair shake without resorting to bearish behavior? Please, someone tell us of a workable solution to this problem without resorting to ill-mannered behavior. — MRS. R. R. DEAR POLLY — Mye Pet Peeve is with manufacturers of baby clothes who make outfits with matching rubber pants that are so small that by the time baby can wear the top the pants legs are too tight. — NANCY DEAR POLLY — Do tell Mrs. E. H. M. that I find cider vinegar very inexpensive and effective for removing the sticky residues left by tape on windows. — T.L.A. DEAR POLLY AND MRS. E. H. M. — I have used talcum powder to remove the glue left from tape on windows. Rub powder on a few times, let it stand until it seems very dry and then use •a safety razor blade to remove it all. Slide the blade along nearly flat against the glass so not to scratch it. If necessary, repeat the powder treatment.— NINA You will receive a dollar If Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or soJiitioii io a problem. Write Polly Cramer In care of the Alton Eve- Ming Telegraph. The Telegraph will send bridal questionnaires on request. Wedding information received three days before the ceremony will be given preference in publication. Bride's photo should accompany information and will be returned to name and address on back of photo. (Picture used for first marriage only.) If information is received more than 10 publications after ceremony, a picture {if available) accompanied by outlines will constitute wedding story. Sew n easy pattern Indulge Yourself PRINTED PATTERN Indulge yourself in a dress that's pretty, quick bright and right to wear any time! Side detail creates a more slimming line. Send! 'Printed Pattern 4677; New Half Sizes 10^, 12^, 14%, 16%. 18 J /j. Sibfc 14'^ (bust 37) takes 1% yards 54-inch. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, Care of Alton Evening Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 1UOH- Print Name, Address with Zip, Size and Style Number. Be a fashion winner; See 100 easy, fascinating styles- choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75 cents. Instant Sewing Book — cut, fit, sew modern way. $1.00. Instant Fashion Book what-to-wear answers. $1-01). 4677 SIZES 10'/ 2 -18/2 Cooking cues Serving a crowd? Crush 2',i quarts of fresh strawberries and sweeten vvith 1 cup sugar. Use the berries as topping for a gallon of vanilla ice cream. Makes about - ; '> I

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page