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Saturday, April 8, 1961
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PAGtttX ALTON EVENING TKL&QRAPH 1ATUBOAV, APRIL MMi // ti?o9 a a/ //ie Circus The Finn Is Bride * Of James J. Stephan Today The receiving lino at the Circus Ball last night in Godfrey Civic Center air members of the sponsoring Alton Community Service League. From left are Mrs. Auguste Hershey. Mrs. Robert R. Anschuetz. Mrs. J. Edwin Sunderland, and Mrs. John Wedig. Some 400 persons attended the affair, the league's annual fund raising event and the highlight of the spring social season. Mrs. Raymond R. Simpson, center, dressed as a cat for the costume party, chats with Dr. Robert Elliott as they wait for her picture to develop. Dr. Elliott was one of the husbands of league members in charge of the photography booth. Funds from the picture taking, as well as from other booths along the midway, will go to charity. Mrs. Edward Stuart, chairman of the ball, stops to talk with her husband and Edward Foeller, right, as they set forth to act as cigarette girls for the evening.—Staff Photo. Trumpet Soloist Has Been Playing All His Life Youngsters Monday afternoon will get to hear a line trumpeter who started playing in family groups when he uas \ounger than many of those in the audience. M-'Sgt. Carlos Saloio of S'.ott Air Force Base hat- been plying since he was a small bo>. Now he s assistant direct jr and arranger for the liami fit the air base. It appears he'll make a <-,.- reer of music in his country s service now. Hf v\as out once in 1't.Yi — but six months, of civilian life was enough He re-enlM- ed In the period n[ civilian li'e, however, he had a chance f> r some intensive study under the Boston Symphony Orchestra's first chair trumpeter. Armando Ghittala. Saloio was reared in Luo- ]ow Mass. He got hir, en.iy musical training from hi> father, a violinist. The father kept his six children busy with music in ihe home and in public, as well One of the big occasions each week. Saloio recalls, came after services io the I Human Catholic church which ;ill allrnrlerl. His oun iininciiiriip fam iy. \\ith relatives riiul trioruis who liked to make miiMc. yathere:! in the church basement to play under the elder Saloio. In Momiitv attornoon's Children's Concert, sponsored by the Junior Service League Syt. Saloiu and the Alton Civic Orchestra will join in the cli's- mt; movement of Haydn's Concerto lor Trumpet and Orchestra Salon, is a regular nifmK'i of the Civic Orchestra's trumpet si-i'Uon. "Jt's good lo ^et to play." lie commented "1 get very little n! ii in in.v present job HX ananj..'1'i and assistant con- liUCtOI ." The Oracle Cluh of KnyaJ .NViii-hhors of America will meet in the home of Mrs. Bertha Weoei. 2404 Birch Si., Monday for a noon luncheon. Mrs Warren Shattuuk will be i College Notes I>;ivi(i A. Fahianic, son of Mi Hiirl Mrs. William L. Fa- liicinic. 18,'H Seminary St., has U-on -.elected for membership in Knars, honorary society lor senior men at Knox College, lie has also l>pen chosen tor mi'inhership in Curtain Call, honorary dramatic society at 11 it- (i;ili*st>urg, 111., culleye Patrick l^eamy has bet-n elected tu membership in Phi K'la Sigma. freshman men's honorary fraternity at the University ot Illinois in Cham- imiyn The membership is u|i<'n to students who have earned a 4.5 grade average during their freshman year. Mr l.eamy is the son of Mt. and Mrs. Harry J. l.eamy, US Cedar l^ane, Rosewood 2(10 .it St. Patrick's Some 200 persons w»r« served tifih plate suppers Frida> evening in Si. Patrick's Catholic School Hal). The supper was planned and served by Si Teresa's Altar Society of the church. The next prc.j- ect ot the women will hp a spaghetti dinner in the hall April 'S.'j. Irom noun until 6 o'clock Miss Rosemary Finn became the bride of James 3. Stephen this morning at 10 o'clock Mnss in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Rev. James A. Suddes officiated And afterward the bridal party had breakfast in Hotel Stratford. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geno V. Finn of 319 Dorris St., and Mr. Stephen's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Stephan, 912 St. Joseph St. The couple is receiving until 5 o'clock this afternoon In Knights of Columbus Hall, where Tom Fearno's Band is entertaining. For the ceremony the bride wore a gown of re-embroidered lace and silk orgnnza over satin. The dress was designed with Sabrina neckline, long sleeves, and bouffant skirt featuring a back drape and terminating in a cathedral length train. A four-tiered ballerina length veil was attached to the bride's pearlized crown of orange blossoms, and she held a half crescent bouquet of stephanotis and white sinuata centcied by a white orchid. The bride's attendants were Miss Norma Jean Finn, her sister, maid of honor; Miss Emma Jean Finn, their cousin, and Miss Kathleen Stephan, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaids. They appeared in street length gowns of nylon chiffon and satin over taffeta. The dresses were styled with draped necklines, short sleeves, and full chiffon skirts. On their heads they wore satin roses with short veils. The maid of honor carried a cascade of yellow Dutch iris and turquoise daisies, accented with gold satin tubing and turquoise satin bows. The bridesmaids' flowers were half cascades of yellow Dutch iris accented with gold satin tubing. Thomas Stephan served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were John Stephan, another brother, and Joseph MRS. JAMES Finn, brother of the bride. Guests were seated by Donald McPherson and Ronald Hauck. Miss Madeline Davey and Max Hiendlmayr furnished nuptial music. The couple will live at 921 Alton St. They are graduates of Marquette High School. The former Miss Finn attended Southern Illinois University, and is employed by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., in its community and press relations department. Her husband is a graduate of St. Benedict's College in Atchison, Kan. Miss Wardein, Air man Fulk Wed in St. Patrick's Church Miss Barbara Jean Wardein and A.2.C. John Allen Fulk exchanged vows this morning at 10 o'clock nuptial Mass in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. White gladioli and ferns decorated the altar where the Rev. Henry Schmidt officated at the ceremony. The couple is receiving this afternoon until 5 o'clock in Steelworkers' Abel Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Wardein, 1010 E. Fourth Si. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Fulk of 2810 Residence St. Miss Sarah Jane Haug attended Miss Wardein, and Marsha Jane Wardein served as flower girl for her sister. Robert Lee Wardein, their brother, was best man. Robert R. Fulk and James B. Wardein seated the guests. Miss Patricia Henkhaus was organist for the vocal soloist, Donald Lundahl. The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle, with a full tiered skirt, and chapel train. Her veil was held to a crown of sequins and pearls, and she carried white roses. Miss Haug appeared in a ballerina length gown of nylon MRS. FULK (Burjes-Roberts Photo) organza in green and white, and carried pink carnations. The former Miss Wardein is a 1959 graduate of Alton High School. The bridegroom, also a graduate of the high school, attended Allen Hancock Junior College, Santa Maria, Calif.; and attended the University of Maryland with the USAF Security Service. After a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will iive in San Antonio. Milton Area Business Men To Sponsor Beauty Pageant Plans have begun hy the Milton Area Business Men's Council, for a beauty pageant to be held in May. Ralph Gravemann is general chairman and Mrs. Edwin King will serve as contestant adviser. Applicants' names are being accepted now, and young women between the ages of 16 through 18 may contact Mr. Gravemann or Mrs. King. Applicants will be judged on personality and beauty, and each contestant will be sponsored hy a Milton area businessman. The contest is open to young women throughout the greater Alton area. Contestants in the pageant will model spring and summer fashions from a local store. The general public will vote before the pageant in busine** places in the Milton are*. The original applicants will be chosen by a committee to be comprised of Mr. Gravemann, Mrs. King, Wendell Browning, program chairman, and Jack Martin, finance chairman. Mrs. John Shamblin will serve as modeling coach for the contestants. Cooking Cue* Don't use lumpy sugar when you are baking; get the lumps out before measuring. J. STEPHAN (Photo by George Butler) Coughlin- Schleeper Vows Said Married this morning at 8 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Brussels, were Miss Myra Schleeper and Harry "Wayne" Coughlin. The bnde is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schleeper of Golden Eagle, and Mr. Coughlin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin of Batchtown. The Rev. Joseph Enright, pastor of the church, officiated, and a reception is being given this afternoon until 5 o'clock in the American Legion Home in Brussels. Breakfast was served there immediately following the ceremony for the families and the wedding party. Miss Patricia Sexton of Granite City, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Schleeper, another cousin, and Miss Mary Ann Coughlin, sister of the bridegroom. , Best man was Clyde Schleeper, brother of the bride. Edward Herter and David Snyders were groomsmen. The latter is a cousin of the groom. Vali Gay Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long of Hardin, and cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Ring- bearer was Joey Kinder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kinder of Golden Eagle. Silk organza and Chantilly lace fashioned the bride's short sleeved gown designed with a comeo neckline. The wide skirt cascaded into a chapel length train. A matching headpiece secured the bride's cloud veil, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis centered by an orchid. The attendants wore ballerina length dresses of silk organza with brief sleeves and bouffant skirts. Their headpieces of pearl and crystal matched their dresses, which were orchid, green and yellow, respectively. Their flowers were carnations in the same colors. The bride, a graduate of Brussels High School, Is employed by General Insurance, Inc., St. Louis. Her husband, a graduate of Hardin High School, attended Southern Illinois University in Carhondale and is now attending SIU here. St Bernard's Church Is Setting FOP Leech andflfchols Wedtfng Expert Carpet Cleaning! RIGHT IN YOUR HOME! ONLY 8 C SQUAII FOOT l«lc PKR *Q. FOOT IF KUKMTI'KiC Ml'f»T fUS UEMUVK1) Joe Stork Cleaner* HOi Mfrty It* ftMtHO St. Barnard'i Catbdto Church at WoedRJvtr wn tlM sc'CM tntt nioniinf at 11 o'clock of tht marr!af« of Miss Dorothy Harlm* Nlcftohj and Owrf* Phillip LMeh. White satin bow* marked tin pews, and palms banked the altar where the Rev. Patrick A. Morrow read nuptial MAM. the couple is recelvipg Ihli afternoon until 3:30 o'clock In Knights ot Columbus Hall at Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Nichols, 96 S. Ninth St., Rosewood Heights. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Leech of Vincennes, Ind. Miss Cheryl Ann Nichols was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerry Goodwin, sister of the bridegroom from Vincennes; and Miss Susan Isted of Roxana. Ronald Davis of Vincennes served as best man. Groomsmen were Jerry Goodwin and Dave Brown of Aurora. Vance Tarrant and Terry Burns seated guests, and Miss Marge Hhoades of Wood River supplied nuptial music. Re-embroidered lace and appliques and a detachable train were featured on the full skirt of the bride's gown of nylon tulle and taffeta. The bodice of Alencon lace had shirred tulle sleeves. An empress crown of lace held her ballerina illusion veil. She carried a prayer book ornamented with white rosebuds and stephanotis. Her attendants wore mint green organza dresses with cummerbunds and back bows. Their flowers were white gardenias and green fems. The bride is a 1959 graduate of Roxana Community High School and attended Southern Illinois University at Carbondale for one year. She is at present enrolled at Alton Residence Center, and is employed by Russell-Miller Mil- MRS. GEORGE ling Co. Mr. Leech is a 1958 alumnus of Vincennes University and will graduate in June with a degree in marketing from SIU at East St. Louis. He is employed by Retail Credit Association of Belleville as an investigator. Following a honeymoon in Missouri, the couple will live at 2508 Benbow Ave. Eales and Bryant Nuptials Read in St. Mary's Church Robert L. Eales and his bride, the former Miss Jenelle Bryant, are receiving friends this afternoon in the Westerner Club. The couple was married this morning at 9 o'clock ^ nuptial Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Rev. James Suddes officiated at the ceremony, and a breakfast for the bridal party followed at Selhime's. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bryant, 517 Wyss Ave. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elza Eales of Brighton. Miss Faye Bryant was her sister's maid of honor, and Wesley Gene Lohr served as best man. Ronald and Reginald Upton, twin cousins of the bride from Jacksonville, seated guests. Max Hiendlmayr played organ accompaniment for the vocal soloist, Miss Madeleine Davey. The bride's gown was fashioned of nylon organza over white satin, and trimmed at the neck and sleeves with seed pearls. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a tiara of sequins and pearls, and she carried white orchids and hyacinths. The maid of honor wore a violet nylon organza dress with bouffant skirt and cummerbund. Her headpiece was a white tiara with a nose length veil. Her flowers were pink carnations. The former Miss Bryant is a 1960 graduate of Marquelte High School, and was also graduated from the Kitzmiller Beauty College. She is employed by LuReta Beauty Salon. Mr. Eales was graduated from Alton High School, and has served two years with the Army. He is employed by Owens-Illinois. The couple will honeymoon in Florida, and will live in a home now being constructed at 3423 Yost St. MBS. ROBERT EALKS (Morton Photo) Beauty Tips You can save on cosmetic expenses if you use lipstick evenly, down to the lait bit in the case. The best way to do this is to apply lipstick with a brush. BOX STORAGE PNONI HO 5-8877 NOTHWO TO MY UNTIL FALL Gustine Selects June 17 For Wedding Plans have been completed for the wedding of Miss Judith Gustine and John Harrison. The couple will exchange vows in Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church on Saturday evening, June 17, at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Cheryl Gustine will be her sister's maid of honor, and Mrs. Ray Boehler, the cousin of the bride-elect, will be bridesmaid. Alan Harrison, brother of the prospective bridegroom, will serve as best man, and Donald Lobbig will be groomsman. Miss Gustine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gustine 2611 Kirsch St., and Mr. Harrison is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla H. Harrison, 2321 State St.. The engagement of the couple was announced in June of last year. Cooking Cues Onion, lemon and parsley are excellent seasonings for almost any salmon dish. PHILLIP LEECH (Photo Art Shop) Wedding Today in West Alton Married this morning at 10 o'clock nuptial Mass in Immaculate Conception Church at West Alton were Miss Judith Ann LeClaire, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph LeClaire of West Alton, and Robert E. Colbert. Mr. Colbert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colbert of Fairmount, W. Va. The Rev. Gerald Sommers officiated at the ceremony, and a breakfast for the wedding party followed. The couple is receiving until 7 o'clock this evening in the Alun Eagles' Home. Miss Sandra Bextermueller, cousin of the bride, served as her maid of honor, and Miss Agnes Stahlschmidt was bridesmaid. Flower girls were Donna Bextermueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bextermueller; and Dianna LeClaire. Larry Ray of Bethalto was best man. The bride's brother, Kenneth LeClaire was groomsman. Don and Leslie LeClaire, also brothers of the bride, were ushers. The bride wore a gown of lace with square neckline and satin back drape. Her fingertip veil was attached to a tiara, and she carried a crescent bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley with a detachable orchid. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore ballerina length dresses of pink and of blue nylon respectively, and carried feathered carnations. The former Miss LeClaire attended schools in West Alton. Mr. Colbert is employed by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. The couple will live at 407 Henry St. here. Return From Otnaha Mrs. Dennis Chester of 1522 Henry St., and Miss Anastasia Arger of Jerseyville have returned from a convention of Childhood Education International in Omaha, Neb., April 2-7. Mrs. Chester \s in-going president of the Alton Branch, and Miss Arger is secretary. Both are teachers in the Alton School System. The convention was attended by more than 1,800 teachers, and ad> ministrators, and had as Us theme, "Today's Child — Tomorrow's World." TRY THIS ONE — JUST FOR LAUGHS! "THE MALE ANIMAL" james thurbir LITHE THEATER, Int. 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