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FAOt ALTON EVENING TELBORAPM THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 19SO Society... 1 amplHt-AtatoB Engagement Mr*. Ara Alston of 2403 Brown street ta announcing the engage* ment of her youngest daughter, Betty, to Robert. F. Lamping of Berkeley, Mo. Miss Alston, a graduate of Alton High School, is employed by the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Lamping MM Alston. was graduated from Mount Providence School in Ferguson, Mo, and is employed by Mundell Service Co., Wellston, Mo. The couple plan to be married on February 3. 4, Walton Chapter D«nc« Walton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will sponsor a benefit dancing party, at Franklin Masonic Temple, January 21, at 8:30 o'clock. • Sommert-Grlffln Announcement Announcement is being mode of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Edna Marie Griffin, daughter of Mrs. Betty Griffin and Lee Griffin, to Louis Sommars. Mr. Sommars Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sommars of Chanute, Kan. The wedding will take place Saturday morning, February 4, nt 9 o'clock In St. Mary's Church. Miss Griffin, graduate of Mar- .quette High School, Is employed In the office of the .T. J. Wuellner A Son Contracting Company. Mr. Sommars, employed by Alton's Broadway G. E. Appliance Store, Is a graduate of Chanute High School, Chanute, Kan. He served three years In the United States Air Force, and spent 15 months overseas. - OAR Card Party rimmed A card party will be given Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at Veterans Memorial Hall In North Side by Ladies of the Grand Army, 127. Persons Interested are Invited to attend. Supentition* Party The Y Co-Ed Club has completed plans for a superstitions party to be given Friday night •t the Young Men's Christian Association. The party will begin at 8 o'clock and those attending will wear old clothes. Miss Mary Jane Nlckcll, Miss Lorraine Norton, and David Hack- •thai are in charge of arrangements. Plans are being made for the club to epend the week-end in Sprinofield with the Springfield YMCA Co-Id Club. Mrs. Otolae Hostess Mrs. Alvin A. Stolxe of Fairmount entertained guests from Alton, Wood River, Edwardsvllle •nd St. Louis Wednesday. Following the serving of luncheon cards were played by the guests who occupied eight tables. Mrs. Stolze was hostess to a similar party this afternoon. 8t. Patrick'! Club Mothers Club of St. Patrick's School had a meeting Wednesday, OES Officers' Party Mrs. Fred Ellis, worthy matron of Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, entertained officers of the chapter Wednesday night at her home, 3341 Belle street. Cards were played, and the worrten exchanged gifts. Mrs. Margaret LaMarsh, Mrs. R. W. Metzger, Mrs. Victor Unterbrink and Mrs. Herman Bunyan were awarded prizes, ~O_ dub Idlewlld Club Idlewlld was entertained Wednesday night by Mrs. Enos Bracht, 1100 Alton street, and the members played bunco. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. C. Short, Mrs. .Alfred Zlpprich, Mrs. Bracht and Mrs. George Wreath, and lunch was served. Mrs. Wreath, residing on Brown street, will entertain the club In two weeks. —O— Rebekahi' School Jan. It Mrs, Mary Rudolph of Mount Olive will hold a school of Instruction for Carlin Rebekah Lodge 248, Thursday, January 19, nt 2 o'clock. A" covered dish dinner will be served, and a business session will be held In the evening. Mint Jacob* to Wed and prior to a business session des- aert was served. ' Officers (or 1950 were elected, and are Mrs. Robert Burns, president; Mrs. Anthony Romano, vice- president; Mrs. Taylor Narup, secretary, and Mrs. George R. Miller, Mrs. Florence Jacobs of 233 Goulding avenue, East Alton, is announcing the approaching marriage of her daughter, Christina, to Leonard V. Wallace. The wedding will lake place February 14, nt 6 o'clock In the evening at Salvation Army Citadel, 418 East Broadway. . Miss Jacobs is employed in the purchasing department of Owens- Illinois Glass Company. Mr. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wallace of Chandler, Ari/., Is an employe of the Laclede Steel Company. Junior Hl-Y Teens Dance Junior Hi-Y Teens committee of the YMCA has announced a dnrice for Friday night. Activities will begin at 7:30 o'clock and continue until 10. There will be social dancing, musical mixers, lobby games and a snack bar. A committee composed of Margy Austin,- Mary Lou Baler, Darlccn Montgomery, Pat Accarlo, Marilyn Shoemaker, and Allen Northway are making arrangements for a square dance to be given Friday, January 27. Lloyd Disney, boys work secretary of the Y, Invites parents of the young people to come to the YMCA to see the fun their children have at the dances. Plans also are being made for an ice-skating party in St Louis, and co-ed swims In the YMCA pool. Gleet Officers Alton Chapter of Opti-Mrs. Club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Edward Hayes, 1012 Main street. Officers for 1950 were elected ns follows: Airs. Paul Russell, president; Mrs. Jack Reed, vice- president; Mrs. Edward Hayes, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Jimmy Robertson, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Harry Buck, board member, to serve for two terms. During the business meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. D.ofU.V. Group InstallsOfficers Officers were installed at a meeting of the Daughters of Union Veterans at the D. of U. V. Hall Wednesday afternoon. The department president, Mrs. Irene Hauk of Granite City, with her staff of officers, was In charge of the Installation. Officers Installed Included Mrs. Charles Howard, president; Mrs. Albert Lauck, senior vice-president; Mrs. Floyd Burns, junior vice-president; Mrs. Emma Ingles, chaplain; Mrs. Katie Ehrler, treasurer; Mrs. Cora McFarlane, Mrs. Fred Mines and Mrs. Betty Cramer, council members; Mrs. Fred Hines, patriotic Instructor; Mrs, Virginia Flagg, secretary and press correspondent; Mrs. C, N. Morgan, guide; Mrs. Caraghan, assistant guide; Mrs. Earl Jones, musician; Mrs. Maude Eudy, Mrs. Alice Fenwick, Mrs. Effte Varble and Mrs. Cora McCann, colorbearers. Refreshments were served to club members and the 20 guests from Granite City who accompanied Mrs. HauK and her staff of officers. Godfrey Pastor to Leave For Oxford, Mich., Jan. 18 Socially Minded Births Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown of 3232 Hawthorne place are par on Is of a son, their first child, whom they have named Alan Norman. The baby was born at 5:05 n. m. today In Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing nine pounds and two ounces. Mrs. Brown was before her marriage, Miss Marcella Hawkins, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Hawkins of West Alton, Mo. Jimmy Robertson, president, plans wore discussed for the Installation dinner. Mrs. C. Hamilton Jones of 1203 Brown street, a club member, was unable to attend the meeting. She was admitted to Alton Memorial tr RetlrTns! officers are Mrs R»v Hos P ltal Wednesday afternoon to .JS Wh g ite, Sde a nt; Xrs. ££ h " ve " chicken bonc re ™-" '«"• A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Turnbeaugh, 201 Tenth street, Wood River, at 12:40 p. m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby, the couple's second child, weighed seven pounds and two ounces. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter, Christy Jane, to Mr. and Mrs. George Goeken, 2303 Judson avenue. The baby was born at 1:18 p. m. Wednesday In Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds and seven ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Rubel Whitworth of Florissant, Mo., Route 1, have announced the birth of a daughter, Patsy Jo. The baby was born at 7:49 p. m. Wednesday In Alton' Memorial Hospital, weighing six pounds and three ounces. A son, Wayne Roy, was born at 2:11 a. m. Wednesday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs Walter Davis of 926 Rlley avenue The baby weighed six pounds am eight ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Davi have another child, Judy Ann, 1 months. An eight pound and 13 ounce son was born at 6:03 a. m. toda; in Alton Memorial Hospital t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wieden hoefer, 946 Herbert street. For bridges, club-meetings and other events ahead, sew this two- piecer! Smartly slenderizing, jacket has deep neckline, no waist seam; skirt has back panel! Pattern 4672, sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50. Size 36 takes 4% yards 35-inch; % yd. contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 25 cents in coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 24S West 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Our new Anne Adams Pattern Book for Spring is ready! Send 15 cents now and let Anne Adams show you how to sew to be Well-dressed! Magic one-yard patterns, smart new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the book—a stunning one-yard blouse! Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mudge o 735 St. Louis street, Edwardsville are parents of a daughter, weigh ing seven pounds and five ounces The baby was born at 12:46 p. m Wednesday In St. Joseph's HOB pital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunse of 520 Belle street have announced he birth of a daughter, weighing seven ( pounds and four ounces. The b'aby was born at 8:33 p. m Wednesday In St. Joseph's Hos- iltal. ert Burns, vice-president; Mrs. Jerry Lavlck, secretary, and Mrs. Glen Schaeffer, treasurer. DaMebir Mothem* Election Mrs. Lee Temple was elected president of Mothers Auxiliary to Ike Order of DeMolay In meeting at rsMUin Masonic Temple Wednesday night Mrs. John Camp was elected Vloe-presldent; Mrs. Martha Lan- dlss, recording secretary; Mrs. Carl Mayer, financial secretary; Mrs. John Fluck, treasvirer, and Mrs. John C. McDaniels, chaplain. Mrs. Temple and other officers- elect will be seated February 1, In a ceremonial to take place in Franklin Temple. r Bride-te-Be Honored - Miss Audrey Wood, whose marriage to Gene Elmendorf will take place February 4, was honored Tuesday night at a party given oy Mrs. Vernon Williams and Mrs. Alice L. Owen, at the home of •Mrs. Owen, 1001 Central avenue. Twenty-eight guests were in attendance. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature .for the prospective bride were arranged on a table in the dining room. The table was decorated In pink, white and aqua. Games were played, and prizes were awarded to Miss Wood, Mrs. Maurice Medhurst and Mrs. Clyde Angel. Assisted by Mrs. Omar Elmendorf, mother of Gene Elmendorf, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Owen served refreshment* during the latter part of the evening. , A v Miss Schiiflrr Surprised Miss Lily Schueler of 1112 Long •venue was surprised Wednesday night by a small gathering of friends on the occasion of her birthday. During the latter part of the evening Miss Schueler of I he Kallna Music Studio was pro- aented with a gift from her pupils. Refreshments were served by Mr*. Roy Stremmlng of East Alton, Mrs, Harold Burger of Alton, Mrs. Edward Raymer of Hartford, and Mrs. Everett Elledge of Wood River, who planned the party. her throat. _.«-_ The I'rUrlllat Meeting The Priscillas of the Congregational church met in the dining room of the church Wednesday evening. Mrs. Harold Hancock was the devotional leader. Following a short business session that was presided over by Mrs. Estel Cox, president, Miss Mary Pfelffenberger showed slides of her recent European trip. Miss Pfelffenberger was presented with a gift by the group In appreciation of her time. Mrs. R. R, Trickey was appointed, chairman of the February meeting which will be a dinner meeting and will be held the first Monday In February. She will have as co-helper, Mrs. Eslel Cox. Hostesses for the evening were Miss Tlllle Krinard and Miss Hazelle Cronau. Mrs. Alfred Springer and Mrs. Collls Stauffer were guests at the meeting. f, llamilton-Steck Invitation* Invitations were received today for the wedding of Miss Margie Marie Steck and Bob Hamilton, set for 2 p. m., Jan. 21 at the Woodburn I'resbyterlan Church. Miss Steck is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Steck. A reception Is planned at the home of her parents, 2108 Orchard boulevard, following the wedding. If -you have an electric roaster remember that you waste heat unnecessarily every time you lift the lid, during cooking, to peek. Announcement was made at St Joseph's Hospital of the birth of n five pound and 11 ounce son to Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Ferguson, 1001 Dan forth street. Mrs. Pearl Bell, 63, Dies in St. Louis Mrs. Pearl Bell, 63, of 1315 North Thirty-seventh, East St. Louis, a sister of Mrs. Cretla West, Mrs. John Freeman, and Harry Perkins of Alton, died at 1:15 H, m. today in Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis. She was born April 1, 1886, nt Greenfield, and had resided In East St. Louis for the past 45 years. Her husband, Tlllman Bell, died in 1941. Surviving in addition to her sisters and brother are four daughters, Mrs. Lee Jones and Miss Hilda Bell of East St. Louis; Mrs. Beular Doerlng of DeFunlak Springs, Fla., and Mrs. Olive Felton of Ther- mopolls, Wyo., and two grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 3 p. m., In Kurrus Chapel, 2525 Slate. East St. Louis. Burial will be In Mt. Hope cemetery, Belleville. More Missionariee for Japan TOKYO—W>—Christian missionaries approved for entry into Japan have increased from 31S in 1947 to 644 for the first nine months of 1949. Major denominations have gained 33,000 members the past year, according to U, 8. Occupation estimates. ENJOY ELM DAIRY SAVE UP TO 80% SHOE SALE MOST SIZES IN LOT FOft MISSES AND WOMEN $•.§• Draft SIMM SO.99 $ 2 All Women's Kukker QewU KeducesJI WESTERN SHOE STORES I SOT 23rd Year Streets Personals Mrs. Nellie Hudson, who has been confined the past 10 days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Opal Hancock, 921 Pearl street, has returned to her home near Dow. Miss Amelia B.-Ringemann went to Evanston today to attend a society editors' clinic arranged by the Inland Daily Press Association. Pfc. Edward E, Chappell has returned to Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, Tex., after spending several weeks, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Chappell of 510 Goodfellow avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Chappell, mother of a daughter, Miss Norma L. Chappell, and two sons, Pfc. Chappell and Robert H. Chappell, observed the 25th anniversary of their marriage December 25. Mr. and Mrs. Chappell were married in the rectory of St. Patrick's Church, and their wedding was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. George Leady. Mrs. Chappell is the former Miss Agnes Niederkorn of Alton. The Rev. F. B. Kehoe was the officiating clergyman at the nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. Porter L. Robley and daughter, Shirley Joan, of 205 East Twelfth street returned last night from Longview, Tex., where hey were called three weeks ago iy the critical Illness of Mrs. Robey's brother-in-law, W. E. Sheffield. The death of Mr. Sheffield occurred January 6 and his funeral took place Sunday. Miss Helen Schlafly, 4540 Lin- loll boulevard, St. Louis, arrived lome today after a trip to Europe. She was present at the opening of the Holy Year at St. Peter's In Rome by Pope Pius XII. The Rev. Lawrence ». Craves pastor of the Godfrey Congre gatlonat Church since 1946, Is leav Ing Jan. 18 to become pastor o a church In Oxford, Mich. During their residence in God frty the Rev. and Mrs. Graves have been active in civic as wel as church work and have many friends, They have five children, Mrs Robert Copley of Godfrey; Law rence jr., student at the Unlver sity of Virginia; Jewett, who hai been" a student for the past two years at the Merchant Marine Academy, King's Point, N. Y. Sarah, 12, and Joanna, 8. , Jewett Graves, who Is working for the Blaske Lines on the Mis slsslppi, plans to transfer Jto MIchi gan State University, East Lansing A farewell party for the Graves family will take place tonight. The Rev. Graves and family came to Godfrey from Newport News, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Copley and son John, will continue to reside in Godfrey. Hospital Notes Wood River Township Hospital Meillc.l Trestment Mrs. Lena Trcblnf, Bethalto. Mrs. Juanltn Little, 540 Tenth, Wood Htver. Mrs. Florence Llpsey, Lincoln Addition Wood Hlvcr. Mrs. Edna Clonenier, 130 Ent Sixth, Roxana. Mrs. Catherine McAdams, 8S4 Logan, Bethalto. Tine Baldwin. 684 Haller, Wood River. Snrflcal Treatment James Downing", Blltmore Apartments, South Roxana. Mrs. Doris O'Dell. Route 1, Mora. Mrs. Bessie Jarman, 214 McCasland, East Alton. Dismissals Mrs. Clara Wiegand, 339 Grand, last Alton. Mrs. Doris O'Brien, 317 Tenth, Wood River. Mrs. Bessie Mendrtcks, 60S Delmar, Hartford. JackueUne Williams, 325 Pence, East Alton. Mrs. Freda Card and infant daughter, 835 Fullerton, Alton. Sandra Allen, 568 Leslie, Wood River. St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Ethel Marie Fields, wife of Clarence Fields, Moro. Mrs.' Beulah Tindall, wife of Cecil Tindall, Bethalto. William J. Miller, East Alton. Route 1. Henry Warden, 928 Humboldt Court. Surgical Treatment Mr*. Eleanor Well, wife of Elmer Well, Medora. Mrs. Marjorie Jeanne Baldauf. 3708 Aberdeen. Carl KiUebrew, 1S3 Seventh, Wood River. Mrs. Frances Hlckman, 3414 Seminary. William Stork, 3714 Bostwick. Robert Shanks, Carrollton. Dismissals Mrs. Viola Pearl Hellruns, 1313 Belle. George Duplch, 139 St. Louis avenue, East Alton. Capt. Frank Joseph Lamping, Western Military Academy. Mrs. Lllllo Marie Campbell, Godfrey, Route 1. Miss Diana Lee Bowman, Hartford. Mrs. Maxine Llpplncott, 834 Wash- ngton. George H. Wooff r 3230 State. Mrs. Florence Watsoni 3310 Leo. Robert Edward Lovell, 219 Maple, Roxana. ' . Mrs. Edna Korum. 918 East Fourth. Miss Laverna Lee Rushing, Alton. Mrs. Florence Heineman, 3404 LaSaUe. Kenneth L. Schulenberg, 3138 Edwards. Memorial Hospital Walter Steinhelmer, 408 Fourth. Gayle Alabaugh, 930 Fullertom Mrs, Carrie Landon, 709 Exchange, "Mrs! Laura VandergriH. 569 Highland. Steven Fiedler. Godfrey. Miss Elfelda Foster, Grafton. JoAnn Gaither, 1018 Belle. Surgical Treatment Miss Llllle Flatt, Fleldon. Larry Becker, 1008 McPherson. Dismissals Mrs. Sarah Hudspeth, 510 Easton. Robert Eugene Stanton, Hartford. Mrs. Stella Mae Patfi, 3411 Amelia. Mrs. Charlotte Jewsberry. JerseyvlllP. Mrs. Ann Wenzel. 2718 East Broad WAV George Martin, 3316 Belle. Charlotte Baxter, 800 Acton, Wood Mrs. Opal Wydick, 2809 North. Richard Nlckens, 3114 Rockwell. Mrs. Delarea Hayes, 1138 Vernie. Mrs. Bertha Dean and infant son. 1109 Hill >oad. Church Note* Men's Federation will meet at the Methodist church in Hartford January 16 at 7:30 p. m. Speaker of the evening will be the Rev. W. M. Brewer, pastor of the Wood River Assembly of God Church. Music will be provided by members of the host church, and a report on the Sunshine Mission of St. Louis will be received. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS For awe-inspiring beauty, take a mythical trip up the Mississippi River . . . through the magic of the camera lens . . . "SCENES ALONG THE Me ADAMS HIGHWAY" This book contain* eight color and 21 black and white Ulujtraaooi of the ecee.ec public*** in tbo Tolofjrf.pl. tart laU. 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Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. Montgomery Heads Roosevelt PTA Eugene P. Montgomery was elected president of Roosevelt Parent-Teacher Association in meet- ng Wednesday night. The meeting, attended by 50 patrons, was held n the library of Roosevelt School, and Robert Harlow, principal, addressed the group. Other officers elected are: A. Vesterhold, vice-president; Charles Schoene, secretary, and Clayton treasurer. Following committee chairmen were named: budget and finance, Clayton Krug; program, T. ,L. Dickerson; health, Dr. Charles' J. rlertyihill; student aid, Mrs. S. R. /eatch; membership, Mrs: G. Stolze; juvenile protection, C. Dana Eastman; legislation, Mrs. Russell Draper; recreation, W. H. Sreitweiser; publicity, Mrs. C. )ana Eastman; safety, D. J. Lindblad. Next meeting was announced for Tuesday night, Feb. 21. Pile fluffy mashed potatoes in- o an attractive shallow baking dish, sprinkle with paprika and " irown in the oven just before ser- 'ing. Mump* Break Brig/Vow GiVf* School Record BRIGHTON, Jan. 15 (SpeclaD- Linda hag not only the mump*, but the blues — and probably a worn case of the latter than the former. The nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tllhpe, Route 2, didn't cry so much because she has the mumps, but because the illness Monday caused her to miss school for the first time in four years and thereby snap what she had hoped would be a start on a flawless record throughout grade and high schools. Linda's brother, Raymond, 10, contracted the disease two days before Christmas. Linda was affected last weekend. Linda's still crying, still begs to return to school—so she can start anew on her attendance record. Dr. C. F. Swain Heads YM Dinner Plans Dr. C. F. Swain, Wednesday, was appointed chairman of the annual dinner committee of the YMCA. The dinner Is scheduled Feb. 15. C. C. Robbins, prominent layman in the National YMCA from Chicago will be principal speaker. Robbins, retired from his business some 10 or 15 years ago,, has devoted his time since to service In the "Y". He has travelled over the U. S., consulting with others, with professional staffs, talking at conferences, selling his Idea of YMCA membership to everyone. J. F. Mummery, associate executive of the Illinois Area Council of the YMCA also will be present at the dinner. Switzerland hereafter will test all electrical household appliances before their sale. Annual Meeting At YfCAJan.lt Annual meeting of Young Women's Christian Association will bt> held Wednesday, January 18, be* ginning with dinner at 8:30 p. m. At that time the polls for the election of directors and nominating committee will be closed, and results will be announced later In the evening. A Y-Teen octet under the direction of Miss Phyllis Jacobs will sing two selections. Robert P. 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