Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 7, 1961 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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PAGftTBf ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL t, 1861 The Women Social Et#nts—Group Activities W «•> * '.o « MISS JANET CLAIRE MILLER Uules Plerlem Photo) Miss Miller Fiancee Of John S. Ford Jr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Francis Miller of 1212 McKinley Blvd.. are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Janet Claire, and John Simpson Ford Jr.. whose parents live at 10 Oakleigh Lane. Clayton. The wedding will take place June 3 at 11 -.30 o'clock Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will give a reception afterward at their home. Miss Miller, who is an in- acjive member of the loccl chapter of Zeta Beta Psi. attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale where she was a member of TH Sigma. She is employed by Alton Box Board Co. in its personnel office. Mr. Ford, who attended Brown University in Providence. R. I., is employed by his father at Ford Steel O-., St. Louis. Open House Plans Set at St. Anthony 9 s Plans are completed for the open house at St. Anthony's Hospital Monday from 2 until 6 o'clock in the afternoon, it is announced- today by Mis. William E. Newman, president of the hospital auxiliary. The open house will mark the formal opening of the new tea room at the hospital, wheie guests may have luncheon during the afternoon. Refreshments will be served by auxiliary members at a tea table which will be arranged in the place where the former tea room was located. Volunteers will be on duty in all departments of the hospital, where they usually serve, to explain their functions to callers. Registration Periods Set For YWCA Spring Classes Registrations for adult spring classes are being accepted by the Young Women's Christian Association next week from 2 until A o'clock in the afternoon on Monday throueh Friday, and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from $ until R:30 o'clock P.psnstratkn may also be mailed. All classes extend for MX week periods. Advanced millinery, with Mrs. Marge Golick as instructor, begins April 17 in Hillcrest House. Classes are from 1-3 o'clock. Monday afternoons. Mrs. Bert Hyde instructs the rug braiding class beginning April 18. with classes on Tuesday mornings from 10 until 11:30 o'clock. Dressmaking techniques will be taught by Mrs Mary K'ea- nor Riccardi Thursday afternoons from 1 to 3 o'clock beginnings April 20 Mrs. Wanda Flippo's class in personal points of self improvement begins April 25. and meets on Tuesday afternoons, 1 ;30-? 30 o'clock. Mrs Clifford Duckworth w.'l instruct a class on development of speech personality l«?Mother's Helper r Htimi** fr ARK' your children a\id c^l- )r< ids of almost anything? What seeinsi to you like an untiih nies.s of junk uiiilnui.'rn.- l\ represents real treasure to them Try to guide them inio H decree ol neatness in kefp- uig their collections. But nt^t-i ihrou out tho»e bottle caj)> uur example i \\ it bout consul- larion and willing permission. t l»i M Y. H*r*Jd rribuiw. Ue. ginning April 18. on Tuesday afternoons from 1 until 2 o'clock. Mrs. Arva Lou Bell will instruct bridge classes. Beginners will meet on Monday afternoons. 1-3 o'clock, b»gin- ning April 17. Intermediates meet on Tuesday afternoons, 1-3 o'clock, beginning April 18; and Tuesday evenings, 7:309:30 o'clock. Intermediate classes are for men or women. Mosaic will be taught by Miss Gertrude Sasek on Thurs- da yevenings, 7-8:30 o'clock, beginning April 20. This class is for men or women. Oltwells Host Rehearsal Dinner In Hartford Mr and Mrs Hershel Ott- uel! were hosts last night to a rehearsal dinnpr honoring their son. Darrell Ottell, and his fiancpe, Miss Faye Ann Peps. Dinner was served in the OttuplJ home, 135 F. Foro«t >t.. Hartford, following rt> hearsal of the updding. Twenty-five pprsons. members of the wedding party and (he families of the couple, attended Miss Pees is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pees of East Alton. She and Mr. Ottwell will be married this evening at 8 o'clock in Hartford Church of Christ. Mrs. C.arroll Feted At Surprise Party Mrs W. C Carroll ,Ir of Soiithmoor placp. Godfrey, via* •JIIPM of honor \»^\ niuht at a Mirpri.M? birthday party in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Riihard Coles. iMuo Brown St Fourteen persons wpre in attendance and eames were plaved Fasors for guests werp individual decora'td hinlulay rake* Mrs Coles \\as assisted in spr\ mi; by Mrs. Pelbert Cum- tiiiiiL's Jr Mrs Wood Waieis, ht-i d;mghters. and by Mrs. KuL'cnf' Crouch. Lwlge* Alton Rebekah Lodge -A ill meet this evening at 8 o'clock in western Star 1OOF Hail. County Club WomenHear Stews Consul Rudolph Schaar. Swiss consul of St. Ixniis, was the principal speaker at the M«d- istm County meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs Thursday in First United Presbyterian Church. Granite City. The consul compared his country to the United Stales in government, military, trade, commerce, tourist industry, etc. During the business *es- sion, Mrs. Wilson Schmisseur, county president, was elected delegate to the state con.»-n- tion in Chicago in May Mrs. Karl Dodd. Bethalto president-elect. \\<-i« selected a.- a member of the district no;r>- inatine committee. Reports were given by presidents of each of the 21 clubs. Honored guests introduced included Mrs Schnar. Mrs. Emmett Howard and Mrs. PHU! Mattery, district officers; Mrs. Eldon Orr. district president: and Mrs. Emily pptri. the second president of the district, who presided in 191113. Area clubs represented at the meeting were the Alion Women's Club and the Alton Progress Club: the Monday Club, Liberty Prairie Club and Quercus Grove Club of Edwardsville: the Ladies' Coterie Club of Granite City: and clubs of Bethalto, East Alton. Moro, Roxana and Wood River. A noon luncheon was served by the women of the church. Toastinis t ress Cup Goes to Grammarian Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser, serving as grammarian during the Vida Nueva Toastmistress Club dinner meeting Thursday in Hotel Stratford, was awarded the club's cup for constructive criticism and study of words often used incorrectly. Mrs. Robert Spauldipg. toastmistress, introduced th'-ee members who spoke on ii\e theme of the evening, "Shopping With the Mister." Mrs. John Rozic's title was "The American Ideal." Mrs. Rollan Jouett spoke extemporaneously on "Men Have More Leisure Time"; and Mrs. Russell Hale gave an impromptu- speech on "What is a Bargain?" Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser gave an educational lesson on the fundamentals of corrective criticism. Miss Helen Short led the table topic, and critics were Mrs. June .Hartm-in, Mrs. George Goeken and Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser. Mis. Mildred Winter served as general evaluator. The club will meet next in the hotel on April 20. Humboldt Mothers' Club Elects Officers Mrs. George Stolze WHS elected president of the Humboldt School Mothers' Club during a meeting in the school gymnasium Thursday afternoon. Elected to serve with Mrs. Stolxe were Mrs. James Bernhardt. vice-president; Mrr. Vane Graham, secretary; and Mrs. Forrest Ludden, treasurer A silent auction was conducted, and games were played. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Louis Federle, Mrs. Clinton Hodge and Mrs. Floyd In- ernni. Officers will be installed, and teachers will he guests at the next meeting in the school on Friday evening, May 5, at 6:30 o'clock. Delmanett* Will Give Card I'nrty Members of the DelmanHts flub planned a card party lor April 22 during a meeting Wednesday evening in the huine of Mrs Willis Bruce on (.'lark street The parly will be given in the home of Mrs. J. B. Logan. IMIMJ Hickory St., and ar- rangeiTH'nis were made to invite meml*er>i of clubs of the vicinity to be guests. Mrs. Frank Jamerson, 2620 Salu St.. will he hostess to (he next meeting on Tuesday evening, April 18, at 7:30 o'clock. College Notes Miss Karen Wilson of 504 Third .St. Wcxxi River, is ;tmonii rnemliers of the Var- unas Swim Club at Illinois Stale Normal University. \*ho vull present their tourth annual uater show on the cam- pub April 21-2J. Date Book too* iMMit flran M tabmittM attar* ntarMUy nom I SUNDAY. April 9. Commnntty Concert AmorMUon, 9:30 membership ktckoff dinner, Hotel Stratford. AAUW Memliemhlp ten, 3:30 p.m., Mrs. Harold Cook, 34 Ramona PI., Godfrey; given by Alton Branch for new members. Antique Shnw nnd Sale, noon to 6 p.m.. Monticello College. Ten Honoring Mrv Jiilln* Schneffcr, 2-4 p.m., Washington School, Alton Area HIMnrlrnl Sorlety, 2 p.m., Horace Mann School: program on Civil War period with guest speakers. Thetn Rho Kpnllon. Alpha Chapter, 1:30 p.m., Miss Eloise Rathbone, 718 Alby St. Federated t'nlty Club, *40th Anniversary tea, 3-6 p.m., Union Baptist Church. MONDAY, April 10 Community Service Lenftip, noon luncheon. Hotel Stratford. Concert by Alton Civic Orchestra, 4 p.m.. East Alton .hmior High School. Sponsored by Junior Fn.llon Si»r>vi Atnbn, AV-ri Psi chapter, 7:45 p.m., Mis« Wllmn Pahrpnhor«!t 80? Enston St. St. Anthony'* Hn*ntl'») AuvlHnrv. 7:15 p.m.. at the hpiprliffinn nrpcpedfns: meeting. "Thp Mnl*> Animal." 8:15 p.m.. Showplace: presented by Alton Little Theater. Alton Who's NPM Club. 12 -.30 lunrhenn YWCA. Spinot Or-rnn Club. 8 p m.. Mrs. Louisp Summers. 11flfi Mitton FM. SiJntp in SpnSor rutxpn*. B:3fl p.m.. YWCA. Falrnnptt. 3:10-1:30 p.m.. WP<S( Junior High School, TUESDAY. April 11 Chic Orrltpstm Otilld. 12:45 dessert. Mrs. A. Alan Hart. Cliff on Ten-are: election of officers. I'pppr Alton Women'* Club, 2:30 p.m.. Mrs. William Bryant. 3527 California Ave. Zeta XJ Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m.. Miss Jane Smith. 1267 State St. Nn Phi Mn Chapter of Beta Siema Phi. 7:30 p.m.. Mrs. Donald Schwaah. 1710 Clawson St. Thpta Omirron Chsuifpr of Beta Sisma Phi. 7:30 p.m.. Mrs. ,Ta<-k F.Uhanks. 5216 Wi^kwav Dr. Ijtmhda Xi Chnptpr ot Beta Si<?ma Phi, 8 p.m.. Mrs. Hn"h Mnior. 7-1 Hil'ton Ave.. Rospwood Hciihts. Betn Gnmma T'nsilon. iunior chapter, 7'30 p.m.. Miss Ruth Yoitns. 1417 State St. Phi Delta Oil, Alnha chapter. 7:30 p.m.. Miss Merry Skelton. 346 Doolev Dr. Great Books Study Group, 8 p.m.. Hayner Public Library: selections from "Democracy in America," by Tocqueville. Daughter* of Isabella. Alton Circle, 7:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall. Benefit Card Parry. 7:30 p.m., Owls' Club; to aid Alton Area Animal Shelter. • Style Show, 7:30 p.m.. Piasa Masonic Temple; sponsored hv Alton Bethel of Job's Dauehters. St. -Tnspiih's HoM'Hal Nurses' Alumni Board. 8 p.m., Mrs. Virtor Sr-hwp^ol. 836 Danforth St. wrrr. Alton Unit, in a.m.. First Methodist Church: spring institute. "The Male Animal." 8:15 p.m.. Showplace; presented by Little Theater. Jnc. St. Mary's School and Home Club, 8 p.m., In school hall. Teenets, 3:30 p.m., East Junior High School. Hornets of East Junior, 7 p.m.. YWCA. Business Girls' 6:15 dinner and 7 p.m. program. YWCA. WEDNESDAY, April 12 Recpnt Graduates Study Group of AAUW, 8 p.m., Mrs. Bud Cross. 2417 Gayle Ave. Xonta Club Board. 6:30 dinner, Stratford Hotel. Alton Progress Club, 7:30 p.m., YWCA, guest night. Travel Club, 8 p.m., Mrs. Keith Purl, 4500 College Ave. Dessert-Card Party, 7:30 p.m.. YWCA; sponsored by Alpha Psi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Card Party. 7:30 p.m.. St. Patrick's School Hall; spnosored by Mother's Club of the school. Apollo* Shrine. White Shrine o f Jerusalem, 8 p.m., Pia.-a Masonic Temple; open meeting and installation. Gllson Brown Mothers' Club, 1 p.m., in the school; style show at 1:30 p.m. De.Molay .Mother*' Auxiliary, 6:30 potluck dinner, Franklin Masonic Temple; film on Florida to be shown. District Nine. Women'* Hospital Auxiliaries, all-day meeting beginning wilh registraiton at 9:30 am., First Presbyterian Church. East St. Louis, Delta Theta Tan, Kappa Omicron chapter, 7:30 p.m., Rosewood School. TrojaneU, 3:30 p.m., North Junior High School. Phyllis Wlu-atlpy Club, 7:3fl p.m., YWCA. Federated I.'nlfj Club, a p.m., Mrs. James Killion Sr., 2301 Washington Ave. THURSDAY, April 13 Alton Memorial Nurses' Alumni, 7:30 p.m., parish house of First Methodist Church; floral demonstration. National Secretaries' Association, Alton chapter, 6:30 dinner, Hotel Stratford; to honor past presidents. gportkinen u Club Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club. I'afct Matron'* Club of Alton Chapter, OES, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. George Heeren, 3108 Edwards St. Card I'urty, 7:30 p.m., in Irving School; sponsored by Mothers' Club itnd PTA. Alton V Wive* Day Out, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., YWCA. VH'C'A Open Luncheon, 11:45 a.m., nursery available. Alton Senior High V-Teen», 7 p.m., YWCA. FRIDAY, April 14 Alton Homan'k Council, 1 p.m.. deshert. YWCA; Albert Fosha to speak on ro.^p culture and Mrs. Fosha on African violets. Greater Alton mini (lub, 6:30 p.m., dinner and Monte Carlo party, Hotel Stratford. XI Delta Mu C'h»|iter of Beta Sigma Phi, 8 p.m., Mrs. Charles Kru&e, Alton-Jerseyville road; installation of officers. "The Mule Animal," 8:15 p.m., Showplace; presented by Little Theater. Inc. Wood Hlver Whu'» New Club, li!:30 potlu> k, Western- ei Club. SATl'RDAY. Aplil 15 "The Male Animal," 8:15 p.m.; Sliowplace; presented by Little Theater, Inc. Junto* fcusi**, 9 am 12:30 p.m., YWCA. Mrs. Butler Addresses WSCS Mrs. Kv*r*« Btrtler, {M*» area chairman of Untied Churchwomen, spoke on worldwide and local work of the organi/ation at a meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Chvirch Thursday afternoon in the church. April 21 was announced a* the date for a rummage sale to begin at noon under direction of Rebekah Circle. Plans were made to send cookies to the hospital at Scott Field on April 12. Cookies will he collected at the homes of Mrs. Harold Downey, Mrs. William Bird and Mrs. Harold Clark. Delegates from the church WSCS will attend a district meeting in the Wood River Methodist Church on April 14, and a conference meeting in St. John's Methodist Chuivh, Edwardsville, on April 27. During April, member* of circles will make a decisicn on the advisability of holding a bazaar in November. Mrs. F. W. Bromnghim introduced the speaker and gave the devotional. Luncheon was served by Ruth and Miriam circles. The next meeting will be a May breakfast served on Thursday tnorr.- ing. May 4. at 9 o'clock In the church dining room. Mrs. Croft Heads Baptist Mission Society Mrs. C. Hassel) Croft was elected president of the Woman's Mission Society of First Baptist Church during a noon luncheon meeting Thursday in the church. Others elected were Mrs. Milton Hildebrand. first vicepresident: Mrs. Clarence Cox. vice-president O f Christian service: Miss Betty Wood, vice-president of Business and Profession Women; Mrs. P. J. Monks, secretary: Mrs. Koy Blair, circle coordinator. New chairmen selected were Mrs. Orville Lahr, missionary and stewardship education; Mrs. Francis Crivello, special interest missionaries; Mrs. Edward Scharth, spiritual life; Mrs. Sidney Winston, family life; and Mrs. A. W. Judd. leadership training. It was announced that plans are complete for the mother and daughter banquet which will be served on April 13, and that reservations must be received by April JO. Members will prepare cookies for Scott Field for April 12. Mrs. Gordon Haxel reviewed the book, "Lady on a Donkey," by Lillian Frasher, a missionary in Egypt. Group singing was led by Mrs. Orville Lahr, with Mrs. Floyd Schilling at the piano. Mrs. Lewis Massey led devotions on the theme of faith. Mrs. Roy Blair and Mrs. Ray Williams were in charge of entertainment, which included verses and a quiz from the Bible. Circle One. with Mrs. Ada Ziebold as leader served as host. Tables were decorated in the spring motif. Wedding Scheduled For April 16 In Greene County Mr. and Mrs. George Farrow of Eldred are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda, to Gary Reif, son of the late Mather Reif and Mrs. Mather Reif of Carrollton. The wedding date has been set for April Itj. Miss Farrow is a 1959 graduate of Carrollton Community Unit High School and is also a graduate of Gem City Business College at Quincy. She is employed in the office ol Columbiana Seed Corn Co. at Eldred. Mr. Self is a graduate of the Carrollton Community Unit High School in the class of lf)58 and is a student at Southern Illinois University here. Miss Farrow will be honored Monday evening at a shower to be given in the Baptist Church at Eldred, the hostesses being Mrs. Gary Morrison and Mrs. Dennis Vetter. Tomorrow's Dinner Vegetable Soup. Crackers Broiled Chopped Round Steak Sliced Sweet Onion Baked Potatoes Broiled Tomato Halves Rolls Butter-Margarine Torte de Banana Coffee Tea Milk Dr. Arnold to Conduct Workshop On Church Music Here April 22 __ _ ___ amf ^^^HiHlltll . Heln* Arnold, chapel <jr- and choir director nt Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., will conduct a Church Music Workshop, Saturday, April 22 at the First Baptist Church. The event, sponsored by the Alton Choir Director* nnd Organists Guild, is open to church musicians, clergy nnd all Interested lay people. Dr. Arnold, a Fellow of the American Guild of Organist", is known both here and abroad for his recital work. At the annual Bach Festival In Kflla- maroo, Mich., In 1952 he was a featured soloist. From 1950 to 1952 he toured Europe and represented the United States at the Second International Organ Week in Nuernberg, Germany. Tn 1956 he toured Europe with organ recitals in Germany, England and Holland. He has played in such fn- mous cHthedrals as St. Paul's Cathedral. Westminster Abbey, St. Mark's Christ Church and the Royal Festival Hall, all in London, besides Notre Dame de Paris and Eglise de la Madeleine. Dr. Arnold has recorded works by Langlais, Bach and Messiaen for the Northwest German Radio. At Stephens College, under his direction, four concerts a year are offered, featuring old music for organ, voices ^nd instruments. Studying old instruments such as the clavichord, harpsichord, recorders and especially instruments of the 18th century, is one of his main interests. The Church Music Workshop is scheduled for two sessions. The morning session begins at 10 o'clock after registration and coffee at 9:30. The afternoon session at 1 o'clock will follow lunch at the church. The morning session will take up congregational sing- ins; and how it can be improved and enriched: accompanying of anthems, as it affects registrations, and adapting piano accompaniments to organ: processionals and necessionals: "bridgework" required of organists; and other aspects which may be brought up by those attending. The afternoon discussion will take up repertoire, wedding a*nd general service music, and use of the contemporary music in the church. Planned is a display of Concordia publishers. Dr. Arnold will play selections on display at request of the audience. Both members and nonmembers of the Guild may attend. Non-members may obtain information from C. Richard Wagner, president o! the organization, at the First Presbyterian Church, in DR. HEINZ ARNOLD A'i Gamma Mu Hears Program On Art Ann Landers She Pinches Pennies For His Phone Calls DEAR ANN: My husband is one of those reckless spenders who doesn't think any more of a dime than his right eye. He carries his money in a change purse that snaps, hooks, zips and folds 1 .'- f must account for , every nickel I I spend and heav- |en help me if I my books don't [balance. My complaint is this : Every I few weeks he gets roaring drunk and heads for the telephone. He calls people he hardly knows at 3 and 4 a.m.— waking them up and sometimes getting hung up on. I can tell from his end of the conversation that some people don't ever remember him. (His specialty is war-time buddies from 1944). Last month our phone bill was $58. Ann long-distance two hands and that she is always on the lookout. If I have an accident I'll be grounded for life. My Dad is strict about the car fit's his) and I get it only so long as I have a perfect record. Help me, please. BUZZY DEAR BUZZY: Tell that shy and retiring octopus that 40 eyes are of no value unless tbe driver's two hands and two feet are free to act in a split second. Insist that she stay over on her side of the seat or tell her you'll have to travel by bus or by foot. * * * * DEAR ANN: In February we celebrated the birthday of a great American who freed the slaves. You could be a m<.u- ern-day Lincoln and free the wives of retired men. Since my husband retired I haven't had a day to myself. He has no hobbies or 'interests. Although he belongs to several lodges "it's too much trouble" to attend meetings. nonsense that he can't recall the next day. What can I do about it? TELEPHONE BROKE It makes me furious to count . pennies while he squanders a He doesn t take part »n civic bankroll on a lot of drunken activities although he s in good health and could do a great deal. He just sits and reads, watches TV, eats and sleeps. We are financially able to travel but he "doesn't care for it." Whenever I must go shopping he says "How soon will you be back?" I'll lose my mind if I don't get a little "apartness." Please suggest something. SHACKLl'D DKAR BROKE: It's too bad your phone isn't. Your husband has black- cord fever— a malady for which there is no known cure. If it's any consolation, please be aware that some husbamls are similarly afflicted when they are sober. Save the monthly telephone bill receipts and when he goes off on a binge wave them before his blood-shot eyes. If he isn't too stoned, it may suggest something. * * * * DEAR ANN: I'm a high school senior who has laughed my head off at some of the troubles you've printed but if you can help me I'll never laugh again. My problem is my steady girl. She thinks the front seat of my car is a sofa and thnt I'm a chair. If she isn't almost on my lap, her arms are wrapped around my neck. She distracts me and sometimes blocks my vision. After a tew close calls I have pleaded with her to please let me drive the car with both hands. She says four eyes are better than DEAR SHACKLED: Freedom is never a gift. Fight lor it. Resolve that you aren't going to sit in the house aud vegetate just because your husband is a stick-in-the-mud. Make your plans and go about your business. When he sees that you aren't going to stay home day and night and hold his hand he may get off his rusty-dusty. * » * * Ann Landers will be slii'l to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Alton Telegraph and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. JOI'S DAUOHTKS, HTHIk tl TURKEY DINNER PIASA MASONIC TEMPLE 300 5TATI ST. ALTON FftOlf S ?.U. TO T P.M. SATURDAY, APRIL t. IMt AUILTS '1.80 Voter 1* mm* f 9 BOX STORAGE PHONC HO 5*8877 NOTHING TO PAY UNTIL FALL A "Panorama of 700 Yeir* of Masterpieces of Art" wat presented Thursday evening by Mrs. Donald Koppenhaver for members of Xi Gamma Mu Kxemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The women met in Mrs. Koppenhaver's home, 307 Chnrlene Ct. Works of Italian. German, Dutch and Flemish artists were shown on colored slides, and a recorded commentary pointed out the highlights of each painting. Mrs, Lee Bprigan, chairman of the ways and means committee, announced plans for a luncheo nand card party on June 8 in the Union Electric Co. building. Miss Margaret Berigan. cochairman with Mrs. William Stobbs of Xi Delta Mu Exemplar Chapter, announced that the date of May 11 had beeVi chosen for the exemplar day parry. At this party members of BSP who have completed the required cycle of study on the rituaj of jewels chapters will receive the exemplar degree. Refreshments were served by the hostess at a table appointed in yellow and aqua, and centered with jonquils. Members will bring jewelry to be sold during a silent auction to the next meeting on Aurj] 20, at 'which Mrs. William T. SJayton will be hostess in the Stratford Hotel. M*nd-Your Munners If you plan a buffet, either set up card tables for guests, or provide small tables beside each chair. A young man invited to dinner in a girl's home should either send flowers or phone to thank her mother. A young man who wants a girl to be a guest in his home has his mother extend the Invitation for her visit. Complete Line of Popular, LP and Stereophonic Records GOULD Music Co. 391 R. Hrondway HO 5-3313 FREE LITERATURE Plan a vacation In the North Woods — Good (Uhlni, swimming, new Lodge and Bar. Modern Cottages. For Information call A. Colston, HO 5-2882, Lakeside Retreat, Woodruff, Wit. New Spring Fashioni . . , for the fashion conscious girl. PAUIENE'S — » Shopping Center Locations: Monticello Pfaia. Dial HO 8-3821 — Alton Plaza — Dial HO 8-S7ZI ISJTOUI WATCH TAKINQ TIM! Off? t* ow watchword And for MW b«t wry, rtttylt VM» w«teh wttfc 4 ttnwrt New W»tck tend ti|UMraiit"«d. tree U»tUn»t»« HO I-9W

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