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Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, August 21,1972 A-ll Out There MRS. CARPENTER MRS. COPELAND MRS. TFJTCHENAL MRS. BIMSLAGER MRS. CARDWELL MRS JUDSON •• Mr 7" -m —.~..**«« am* avuous* MKS. OPPERMAN Weekend weddings in Telegraph area McELROY-CARPENTER Russell of nt P i R«,Hi a i» n —1.-..~> .- - . . ^~~^^ -*• Russell of Rte. 1, Bethalto. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lloyd Titchenal also of Rte 1 Bethalto. The Rev. officiated. Clinton Sweet S t. Matthew's Catholic Church In Alton was the scene of the wedding of Miss Deborah Kay Carpenter of Alton and Bruce Wayne McElroy of Godfrey. The ceremony was per- The bride wore a gown of tached to a matching lace lormed at 7 p.m. Saturday by imported sheer and chantilly headpiece. She carried a the Rev. Phillip Kraft. A lace and her veil was at- bouquet of stephanotis, white reception was given afterward tached to headpiece edged pompons, white marguerite with chantilly lace. She "''''"' ' newlywed couple received their friends and relatives at a reception held in the church social rooms. The bride wore a gown of chantilly lace over taffeta. Her mantilla veil was at- in the Godfrey Civic Center. The bride is the daughter carried a bouquet of yellow of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Car- roses and white poms. The penter of 365 Horn St. bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Seldon McElroy of 1500 Glen Vista. The bride wore a gown of sata peau with a long train. Her veil was attached to a pearl crown headpiece. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies and baby's breath. Her attendants were Mrs. Dennis Gibbs, matron of honor; Miss Pauline Ufert, maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Mrs. Ronald Aldridge and Miss Karen Mager. The attendants wore nile green chiffon over taffeta gowns and carried white and yellow daisy bouquets. The bridegroom's attendants were Bruce Reaves, best man; and the groomsmen, Keith McKee, Kevin Her attendants were Miss Cindy Curry, maid of honor; and bridesmaid, Miss Denise Russell, and Miss Bev Maxvill. The attendants wore blue poie de soie gowns and carried blue, yellow and white pom bouquets. The bridegroom's attendants were Joe Titchenal, best man; and the groomsmen, Phil Maxville and Jim Russell. The couple will honeymoon in Wichita Falls, Tex., and will live in San Antonio, Tex. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School. Her husband is a graduate of the same high School and is serving in the U.S. Air Force. BIMSLAGER-VANNOY daisies and sprengiri. Her attendants were Mrs. James Schwabe, matron of honor; and bridesmaid, Miss Peggy Dixon of Farmington, The attendants wore pink satin gowns featuring plaid taffeta sleeves and carried JUDSON-BROWN Miss Donna Jo Brown of Wood River became the bride of Terry Craig Judson of Wood River Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jo Ellen Brown of 990 Acton Ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. The bridegroom's at- t e n d a n t s were Robert Coomes, best man; and the groomsmen, David Hollis and Michael Ettner. The couple will honeymoon in Freeport, the Bahamas and will live at 336 N. 6th, Wood River. The bride is a graduate of Roxana High School and MacMurray College and was employed last yea- in the parents are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Opperman of 424 Oak Drive, East Alton. The bride wore a gown of chantilly lace with a sweeping University and Michigan State train. She carried a bouquet University. She is employed of pink Judson of 101 Orchard, East Jacksonville School District n ' as an elementary physical education teacher. The Rev. Philip Gardner officiated. After the' ceremony, the newlywed couple received their friends and relatives at yellow and white marguerite a reception held at the Lewis daisies bouquets. The bridegroom's attendants were Tom DeGrand of St. Louis as best man; and the groomsman, Paul Cardwell, brother of the bridegroom. Kenneth Schwabe and Paul Schwabe served as ushers. The couple will live at No. 1, Planet Drive, Fenton, Mo. The bride is a graduate of Illinois State University and was employed by Valley View School District 96 in Romeoville, 111. as a science teacher. Her husband is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State MPKPO ami «* v ^ Miss Pamela Ann Vannoy College and is self-employed seaming McKee and Stan Kennedy. O f Wood River became the as an electrical contractor in glameUia Fenton, Mo. Terry Quigley and Kent Mager served as ushers. The couple will honeymoon In Tan-Tara in the Ozarks and * will live in Alton. The bride is a graduate Of Alton High School and is employed by Regal Hair Fashions in Godfrey. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school and is employed by the Box Board Company in Alton. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega. COPELAND-BROWN Miss Barbara Brown of Godfrey .became the bride of Randle Copeland of Fosterburg Saturday at 6 p.m. in the North Side Assembly of God Church in Godfrey. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ruby Brown of 227 Anna, and the late Verl Brown. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Copeland of Fosterburg. The Rev. I. T. Beard officiated. A reception was given afterward in the Edwards Street Assembly of God social room, Alton. The bride wore a gown of organza and lace. Her veil was attached to a lace' and bow headpiece. She carried a white Bible and two red roses. Her attendants were Mrs. Martha Ashlock, matron of honor; and bridesmaids, Mrs. Tempest Brown and Miss Connie Nelson. Miss Rhonda Collins and Miss Debra Likes were junior bridesmaids. The attendants wore hot pJnk and white dotted swiss gowns and carried two red roses. The. bridegroom's attendants were Barry Copeland, best man; and the groomsmen, Martin Medhursl and John Washier. The couple will honeymoon in southern Missouri and Arkansas and will live at Fosterburg. The bride is a graduate of Alton High School and is employed by M'Lady Room Beauty Shop in Eastgate Plaza as a beautician. Her husband is a graduate »J the same high school and is employed by Alton Box Board Company in Alton. 'JTTCI1EMAL-RUSSELL Miss Lana Kay Russell of Alton became the bride of Roger Lee Titchenal of Alton Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church in Fosterburg. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Frank bride of Ronald Edward Bimslager of Wood River Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Vannoy of 122 Hickory St. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bimslager of 553 Mildred St. The Rev. James O'Shea officiated, assisted by Rev. .fames Vannoy of Metropolis, 111., the bride's brother. The bride wore a gown of siik organza over taffeta with a detachable chapel length train. Her veil was attached to a camelot hat headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of multi-colored carnations and baby's breath. Her attendants were Mrs. William Clark, matron of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Kathy Biggerstaff, Miss JoAnn Bimslager, sister the bridesgroom, Mrs. Barry Melton, Mrs. Sandra Leonard, and Miss Barb Becker. The attendants wore rainbow colored chiffon over taffeta gowns and carried nosegays of matching carnations and baby's breath. The bridegroom's attendants were Robert Hoffmann, best man; and the groomsmen, William Cornell, Dennis Houston, Darrel Haynes, Mike Long and Jerome Mascitti. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony at the Lewis and Clark Restaurant in East Alton. The couple will live at Charleston, 111., after a brief honeymoon. The bride is a graduate of E a s t Alton-Wood River Community High School and is a senior at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. She is a meml>er of Alpha Gamma Delta social sorority. Her husk n<) is a graduate of the same high school and is also a >-enior at Eastern Illinois, lie is a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity. CARDW KLL-SCHWABE The wedding ceremony of Miss Helta Rosalie Sehwabe and Dennis K. Cardwell was performed at 2 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. J. W. Jordan iii the First Christian church in All on. The parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jamo.s B. Schwabe of 106 Bender. East Alton.The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mt-lvin Cardwell of 9349 Lincoln Hoad, Sunset Hills, Mo. After the cennouv. the and Clark Restaurant in East Alton. The bride wore a gown of sata pau over faff eta with a chapel length ruffled flounce train. Her veil was attached to a Juliet cap headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of glemathas accented by miniature carnations. Her attendants were her sister, Miss Karla Brown maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Mrs. Phil Bennett and Miss Luanne Johnson. The attendants wore long gowns featuring princess and earned a with ribbon and cording in pastel colors. Her husband is a graduate of Roxana High School and Western Illinois University and is employed by Trattler's Men's Wear in Wood River. OPPERMAN-SCHUSTER The Johnson County Christian Church in Overland Park, Kan , was the scene of the wedding of Miss Karen Schuster of Shawnee Mission, Kan., and Dennis James Opperman of East Alton. The ceremony was performed at 7 p.m. Saturday by Mr. Ronnie Epps, pastor of Overland Park Christian Church. A reception was given afterward in the church fellowship hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Schuster of 14119 W. 93rd Terrace, Shawnee Mission, Kan. The bridegroom's roses and white butterfly orchids. Her attendants were her sister, Miss Sherry Schuster. maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Cindy Schuster, another sister, Miss Cathy Opperman, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Ken Yeazel and Mrs. Dick Holt. The attendants wore pink floral mel-o-mist polyester chiffon gowns and carried wicker baskets of mixed garden flowers. The bridegroom's attendants were Mark EHisor, best man; and the groomsmen, Ed Feit, Alan Nolte, Ken Yeazel and Richard Riepe. Tre couple will honeymoon in Tan-Tara in the Ozarks and will live at Villa Park, 111. The bride is a graduate pf Ozark Bible College and the University of Wisconsin. She is employed by Downers New Director for FSVNA Mrs. Thomas Pinnell has been appointed as the Home Health Services Program Director for the Family Services and Visiting Nurse Association. Mrs. Pinnell is a former staff and head nurse of Alton State Hospital, where she was I'mployed for five years. She was also a former nursing instructor at St. Joseph's Hospital for three years. The new Director's duties will include the supervision nl two registered nurses, a practical nurse, two home health aids and consulting iiursing personnel such as physical therapists. Visiting nurse services are performed under the direc- !ion of a physician, and na- tients come to the agency on referral from physicians, nursing homes or their own MRS. PINNELL * "CJUt-Sl. The Association provides nursing services to patients who require skilled care, but do not need it on a 24-hour basis. Ca ™ 's provided for the minimum amount of time possible The_bridegroom, a graduate and the patient and his family are trained to do health care and rehabilitative work such as physical therapy. Mrs. Pinnell received her bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville and a nursing degree from Alton Memorial Hospital. She and her husband, a science teacher at Coolidge Junior High School in Granite City, are parents of a daughter Kelly Tow« A »n"»»!»»(-. rt.U •* make their home in Chicago. The bride, a graduate of Marquette High School, was also graduated from Loyola by Lake View High School in Chicago as a mathematics teacher. of Boston University, ;s employed by Western Electric Corporation in Warrenville, 111., as an information systems designer. Jane, 4 years old. NEWCOMB-GRAFTON Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Bethalto was the scene of the wedding Furthers operatic career of Miss Connie Grafton of „, Mrs. Molly (Davey) Melachouris, formerly of Alton and now of New York City, N. Y., recently gave a singing presentation at the Castle of Napoule at Nice, France. Mrs. Melachouris, presently a member of the Manhattan School of Music in New York City, is studying with the The bride is the daughter ren °wned Tito Gobbi of the New York Metropolitan Opera of Mr. and Mrs. Charles m Florence, Italy. Grafton of 2716 Prairi.-, Mattoon. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Newcomb of 428 W. Main St., Bethalto. The bride wore a gown of Hi Jacker Paint, a four-year-old gelding owned by Miss 'On a f olAfirt t-Jrt»» *mil ...~ _ "IVT'iTMr T^ rt\r Annl A n(O«JT_ n ii._ i . . .. .. Mattoon, 111. and Jon Newcomb of Bethalto. The ceremony was performed at 2 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. William E. Kekeisen. Upon her return from Europe this fall, she will appear with the Metropolitan Opera Studio. Championship for Gelding Grove school systein as a C « P l ? brlc ' Her veil Was ^ K f y Apple ° f Bethalto ' has won **o championships ojowciii do a. atrarnprl tn a flnvol Vmi/ln;nn« at thp Amm-inon «ninf ««..,.„ « :_..: >T_,. , „. . attached to a floral headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and pink rosebuds. No choice while shopping at the American paint Horss Association National Show in Columbus.Ohio. Named National Champion Youth Gelding and Reserve National Champion Aged Gelding, Hi Jacker Paint was shown Her attendants were Miss Jn youth geldings and performance classes by Miss Apple Candy Pappas, maid of He was shown in Aged geldings by Mike Sheppard also of honor; and bridesmaids, Miss Bethalto. Cathy Grafton, Miss Nancy •»•» _li; i — ~> * DEAR ANN: "Fort Lauderdale's" remarks hit a sensitive spot. I am a mother who takes her two pre-school children shopping because I have no choice. Millions of other mothers are in the same spot. To suggest that this is a great way to "kill time" is ridiculous. I can think of 200 other things I'd rather do. Few mothers can afford a daytime sitter every time there is shopping to do. Dad isn't the answer, either. He seldoms gets home before the stores close. Most Saturdays he works. When he is free, he is entitled to a day of recreation. I resent being called a "slob" because I must take my children with me. I am trying to teach them shopping manners, not so much for 'he sake of the storekeepers, but for my own sanity. Do you think the merchants would prefer that mothers with small children stay out of their stores? If not, here are some suggestions for them: (1) Don't put tempting objects within the reach of young children. (2) Set up a child-sized card table with inexpensive coloring books and simple but sturdy toys. This .would give teh youngsters something to do besides terrorize Mom and the clerks. (3) Larger stores might consider a playroom with sitters who would be paid by the store or "tipped" by the mothers. I'd be happy to give someone 50 cents to take.my child off my hands for half an hour or 45 minutes. I'll bet "Fort Lauderdale" never had children to take shopping — or she had a beautiful arrangement wilh someone. If it was the latter, I envy her. If it was the former, I feel sorry for her. - SHOPWORN IN NEBRASKA DEAR NEB: Apparently "Fort Lauderdale's" letter struck many a raw nerve around the country. The mail was heavy — and 100 to 1 with you. Here's another: DEAR ANN: I live in Fort Mrs. Paul J. Van Buren of ssrr-rj: £ s &M.MS teacher. Her husband is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School and Illinois State University, Normal. He is employed by York Community High School 'n Elmhurst as a graphics arts instructor. FITZGERALD- VAN BUREN toSZ'SStfSK. 1% ?^K 6 ZS Lwon Posno sponsor bing o served as junior bridesmaid. The 31st annual Meiners family reunion was held Sunday, The attendants wore pink, A "g-13, at the Bethalto Community Building with 56 attending yellow, green, and lilac wants to sit with my kids while I go shopping I'd be glad to drop them off at her house. What's her address? — BETH DEAR BETH: Sorry, no can do, but thanks for writing. DEAR ANN: Our son wi.U be coming home in a few weeks. He went four years t o Stanford and after graduation took a job in Palo Alto for the summer. We paid his tuition for four years, but The Wood River American Legion Post 204 will sponsor weekly bingo each Friday night at the legion hall. of Somerville, Mass., in a 10 a.m. ceremony Saturday. The Rev. Brendan Keane read the ceremony at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Alton. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitzgerald of Somerville. Miss Martha Van Buren. sister of the bride, and Ken Van Buren, brother of the bride, served as attendants for the couple. After their return from a carnation bouquets. The bridegroom's attendants were Jack Graham, S,! 1 "^/"^ *S™ D < l »™y Smith returns from world tour Author and painter Dancey R. Smith has returned from a world tour which began in Los Angeles, Calif., and ended in New York, City, N. Y. During his trip he visited Tokyo, Manila, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Bombay, Africa, Athens, Italy and Paris He also visited the Taj Maj Hall and Mount Kilimanjaro. smen, Bill Link, David Deason, and Ricci Stotler. The couple will honeymoon in Virginia and will live at 521 Bashford Lane, Apt. .?, Alexandria, Va. The bride is a graduate of Mattoon High School and is Mirror of Birth announcements Mr. and Mrs. Marion P. Long, 437 E. Penning, Wood River, first child, a son, Marion Paul Jr., 7 pounds and 1 5 ounces, 12:10 p.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Long is the former Helen Elaine Grizzel. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ruth Norwood of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Hex Haggard of South Roxana, a daughter, Heather May. 8 pounds and 6 ounces. 7:;i2 p.m. Thursday, Scott Air Force Base, Belleville. Mr. ami Mrs. Walter (i. Miieggcubuig of Alton, first child, a daughter, Jennifer Kay, (i pounds and 4 ounces, 1:39 a.m. Saturday, Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Mrs. JVlueggenburg is the former Kay Cvillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gvillo of lite. 1, Alton. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. MueL'genbur!' of AI Ion. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Klam of Houston, Tex., first child, a daughter, Melissa Michelle] 5 pounds and 7 ounces, 5:21 p.m. Friday in Houston. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, John Elam of Wood Hiver. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ben/ of Chesteriield, a son, 7 pounds and IS'-i ounces. 7:09 a.m. Sunday, Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. t'letus (happen of Jerseyville, a son, 8 pounds, seven ounces, 12:12 a.m. Sunday. Jersey community Hospital. Jerseyville. Mr. and .Mrs. Lurin Huberts of Jerseyville, a daughter, 8 pounds, 0:1-4 a.m. Sunday. Jersey community Hospital, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Deon Hill, of Jerseyville, a daughter, 6 pounds and 13 ounces. 3:11 p.m. Sunday. Jersey community hospital, Jerseyville. he lived up to his respon- wedding trip to Canada and sibilities by making good New England, the couple will grades and staying out of trouble. During his senior year be shared an apartment with a girl. We let him know we did not approve, but we didn t forbid it. We reasoned that a 21-year-old boy has the right to live as he pleases aw.iy from home. Yesterday we received a letter requesting that we take the twin beds out of his room and replace them with one large bed which he is willing to pay for. He is bringing his girl home in September and is sure we will get along fine (no mention of marriage). I cannot agree to this arrangement and have told my husband so. lie says the world is changing and I should get with it. True, I know our son and this girl were sleeping together in California, but somehow I can't bring myself to permit it in our house. What do you say, Ann? —GREENWICH MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: I'm with you. To provide a single bed for the comfort and convenience of your son and his girl friend is tacit approval, it not encouragement of their premarital sexual acthitv. Slick to your principles and tell him nothing doing. Are >our parents too strict? Hard la reach? Ann Landers' booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How To Get More Freedom." could help you bridge the generation gap. Send 51) cents in coin with your request and a long, stamped, sesf addressed envelope lo (he Alton Evening Telegraph. S2SSA "w as £; dg S Areu """" bers " He " rf "»"""«'•<•" D.C. as a clerk. Four area members have relumed from a convention Her husband is a graduate on advance classes in men's ha*r styling held in Pittsburgh of Civic Memorial High "" School and is employed by the Pa. your By JOHN CONWELL . ... Tne classes were conducted by Mr. Luigi Conti, world's Federal Government in champion in men's hair styling, who was sponsored by mem- Washington. D.C. as a clerk. lbers of the International Men's Hair Stylist and Guest Artist Association. Attending members were Darl Miller, Gene Straub, Michael Mainer and Fred McCollegan. The classes were conducted by Mr. Luigi Conti, world's champion in men's hair styling, who was sponsored by members of the International Men's Hair Stylist and Guest Artist Association. Attending members were Darl Miller, Gene Straub, Michael Mainer and Fred McCollegiin. mind Phi Tan Omega president Mrs. Robert Leeson of Alton is serving as president of the Delta Chapter of the Phi Tan Omega Sorority. Serving with Mrs. Leeson for the coming year will be Mrs. Clayton Krug, vice president; Mrs. William Smith recording secretary; Mrs. Thomas Grove, treasurer; Mrs! James Sehwegel, social secretary and historian; Mrs John Eccles, scribe; Mrs. Richard Watts, sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs. Wade Blackmore, sunshine girl. Special events include a western cookout which will begin the rushing of new pledges, the continued aid to the Easter . - - — Seal Society and money making projects Are smart uds fun to leach? ' And il is just as is different. The word wouldn't ^''/""il'rtws visit ill area Mr. and Mrs. Axel Christansen and their three children YES; nd il is satisfying to teach slow learners. That senile on the pop out unless the person was 'Hint; into saying it by some face of a struggling sutent as attitude or Midden resentment. he realizes he can grasp what is being taught makes it hard for any teacher not to glow inwardly. Teachers recognize the challenge in dealing with smart children, too. They also strive for that smile of accomplishment in the smart child as he realizes he. has learned something new, and is not merely rehashing lessons he al'.vady knosvs. Can sincere humor soften an Insult? NO: humor and insult are incompatible. Oh. I wo friends can jokingly make insulting remarks to each other, but no malice is intended. On the other hand, if a person calls someone stupid, and then tries to pass it off as luunor, that Calling the insult humor is only an attempt to soothe the insulted individual's feelings. Is a husband's mother worse than a wile's? NO; nor vice versa. Indeed, if a husband and wife could I'or get about traditional mother-in-law trouble, they probably won't experience it. When there is contlirl. .io\ve\er, it is about evcii- Meveii. A wife's mother may give her son-in-law a hard time because she thinks her <lauglik>r could have done bctier: a hii-band's mother i an maki' n difficult lor lur daughter-in-law if she believes lliat "lhal unman" took her darliiL blue Kir C UK Kim: l-iMiuri.-» of Sepulveda, Calif., are visiting in the Alton area with Mrs Christansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dei.n K. Cooper, 2720 Grandview, A'ton. Laundry luck ends .... 'iccaring o' the green* The wearing o' the green is great for Spring — but in Summer, it often .signals grass stains. With white so popular this year (even blue jeans aren't anymore), grass stains may be even more of a problem, removing glass stains from Summer jeans, playclothes, tenn..s slioes ami suits, i> .something of a m:iu>r mira'cle with juoper know-how. A lati.'ulry expert >uggests a ;«)-minu!e spot treatment for nature's Jiveii ,|\v. First, wet tallied area with cool water. Work a small ainoii.'H nt he.uy duly ili-itrgerii directly into the fabric, adding ni'ire water ii nece>^ary to maintain pasti- convMencv. Allovv pa-te in loosen s!.iin tor at least :j() minutes be!ore' rinsing with coo! u.iicr. it fabric permits wash , n hoi decrees or more) .\dd to wa-h cyc'v one !"iirih ( u> on,-fourth cup Super Cleaner, and one-halt UM i bleach For v.in'.e items ojily, .stubiioin ..!..,.;;lie! ne Liuii'lcring by -.poii.. 1 .:!!.' ,i.,:i u .,| • ; '' "'!'' I •"'• o::e p..r: .,U ,,|io.l yl .ij, r,\, u ,, ,| i.- (JlSutvd

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