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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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JfrAOt SIX ALTON ttVEMNO TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JAHOARY.I*, tl» Society... VMMMNdC "Coffee Motif" Saturday : "Coffee Hour" was held Saturday Bight at the home of Dr. and Mrs. David Andrew Weaver, following the Shurtleff-Eurekfl basketball game. Fifty guests, Including Coach Merle Pearce, members of the Shurtleff basketball tram, faculty members and other friends of Shurtleff College, were In attendance. Refreshments were served from a table attractively decorated with spring blossoms. Mrs, Eldon Dlttemore poured, and Mrs. W. O. Hampton and Miss Martha Hampton assisted in the dining room. Wedding Made Known Mrs. L. O. Chase of Brighton Is announcing the marriage «! her daughter, Miss Shirley Kruse to Frank Hasseld jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hassold sr., of Indianapolis, Ind. The ceremony took place Dec. 23, at 8 o'clock in the evening In the West Morris Street Christian Church In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hasseld, brother and sister-in-law ot the groom, were attendants. The bride Is a' graduate of the Brighton High School and Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Springfield, and was a member of the nursing staff at Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, until her marriage. The groom attended purdue University and is employed by the Mammoth Engineering Co., Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Hasseld are residing at 945 Sanders street, 'Indianapolis. ^ FoftterbtifB Infant Buptited David Allen, Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schroeder of Fosterburg was christened by the Rev, O. W. Heggemeler at the Evangelical and Reformed Church Sunday morning. Leland Schroeder and Miss Eileen Roberts were sponsors. VWCA Annual Meeting Annual meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association will be held Wednesday night, at the Association. Dinner will he served at 6:30 o'clock, and reservations will be received until Tuesday night at the Association office. Brief business session in the dining room will follow dinner, and afterwards the group will go to the lobby for group singing and a talk by Robert P. Ludlum. Mrs. R. H. Lcvis, II, will lead In group singing and music will be provided by the Y Teen Octet. Miss Phyllis Jacobs will be accompanist for •group tinging. Dr. Ludlum Is a former vice- president of Antioch College, which has pioneered in the philosophy of education which combines work E study, and continuously em- sizes the person's responsibility ard the community. .;•' . f. Kelrle ChrUtening; Gregory Allen, infant son of Mr. { and Mrs. Glenn Keirle of 1118 >:/ Hunter's court was christened at J the Evangelical and Reformed r! Church Sunday morning. Mr. and •; Mrs. Gordon Kelrle, uncle and ^ aunt of the babe, were sponsors. " Luncheon In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCoy i were guests Saturday at a lunch': eon and Installaton of officers at ?' Saum Hotel, St. Louis, held by the i : Auxiliary of the Letter Carriers, ;' and Mr. McCoy remained for an ' Installation program in the eve- 1 ning by the St. Louis branch of < Letter Carriers. Mrs. McCoy is Illinois gtate president of the atix- ': lllary and was Included In a group '':, of special guests who had been j invited to the St. Louis Auxiliary's j meeting. ; Rube Kremers of Washington, ', D. C., made the principal address : and served as Installing officer at | the meeting of the St. Louis 1 branch In Italian fraternal hall 4 In the evening which was followed t by a supper at which Italian dishes 2 were served. | Alton Branch 309 of the Letter ~4 Carriers Is to seat newly-elected | officers Tuesday evening at. a '., meeting In American Legion Homo, • and President James Stocker of ':. the St. Louis hrnnch Is to serve v as Installing officer and make an .'.' address. He will be accompanied - here by an official delegation from 1 the St. Louis branch. Upper Alton Wi>mun'» Club Mrs, H. Clark Foster and Mrs. V. Edward Yust will entertain the ^ Upper Alton Woman's Club Turs* day at the home of Mrs. Foster, 2 2104 Washington avenue. Ciirry-tlndnrwoed Wedding The Evangelical and Reformed Church, Eighth and Henry streets, was the setting Saturday evening at 7 o'clock for the wedding of Robert K. Curry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curry, 3211 Edgewood avenue, and Miss Georgia Underwood. The double ring ceremony was used by the officiating clergyman, the Rev. O. W. Hegge- meler. Miss Emma Joestlng was organist, and Kenneth Wlkowsky, classmate of Mr. Curry, sang "Because." Miss Underwood, daughter of Mrs. Imogene Underwood, 632 East. Fifth street, wore a while winter wool street frock, white hat and black accessories, and a lavender orchid. The dress was styled with a bolero, trimmed with gold braid and rhlncstones. Miss Margie Hlnrichs, the bride's only attendant,' wore a turquoise frock, and white accessories. Her flowers were gardenias in a shoulder corsage. William Lewis was best man, and John Lewis and Albert Schwcgel ushers. A reception followed the wedding, taking place at the D. of U. V. Home on State street, and the Misses Billie Jean and Betty Jane Doerr served. Among the 150 guests were Mr and Mrs, E. R. Frost and Mr. and Mrs. L. R, Hopper, Mattoon; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Wnllncc, St.. Louis; Mr and Mrs. E. Beeaser, Jerseyvlllr nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Penning of Fcstus, Mo. William Lewis, John Lewis and the. Misses Doerr arc cousins of Mr. Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Curry are residing with the former's parents. Mr. Curry Is n student at Shurtleff College and his bride Is a senior nt Alton High School. Woml River Couple Mr. and Mrs. George Clabaugh of 635 Whitelaw avenue, Wood River, arc announcing the en- KnRemcnt and approaching marriage of their youngest daughter, Helen, to Marvin Mallory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Mallory of 555 Hamilton avenue, Wood River. Miss ClabauRh is a graduate of the East Alton-Wood River High School. Mr. Mallory, who graduated from East Alton-Wood River High, Is employed in Klrkwood, Mo., as a carpenter, The bride-elect has selected April 16, as her wedding day. _*_ Party at linker Home Billy Dean Baker, kindergarten pupil at Milton school, was host to a group of playmates and schoolmates Saturday afternoon at a party at his home, 3489 East Broadway, which was arranged by his mother, Mrs. Dean Baker, to mark his sixth birthday. Assisting Mrs. Baker In conducting a program of games and other diversions for the little guests were the Misses Florence and Rita Ursch. Refreshments were served to conclude the party. A 1'NO IiMtiillntton Past Noble Grands Club met Friday for a luncheon and business session, and officers for 1950 were seated. Mrs. R. L. McPheron was installed as president; Mrs. W. E. Hedger, vice-president; Mrs. J. G. Beanblossom, secretary, and Mrs. Jessie Means, treasurer. Plans for the year were discussed. • _«,.._ \\t-il In Wood River Morris Breltwelser of Wood River and Louise Hlnman of Brighton were married In the par- 1 sonnge of the Wood River Methodist church at 2 o'clock Saturday. The Rev. R. A. Llppman officiated, using the single ring ceremony. Mini Kllon Otto W«d« Miss Virginia Ellen Otto, daughter of Mrs. Walter J. Slebert, 3 Oakleigh lane, Ladue, and the late George Gerald Otto, became the bride of Henry King Carter in the Church of the Annunziatn, St. Louis, Saturday morning. The Rev. Charleville B. Faris, assisted by the Rev. John McWIlllams, S. J., officiated, nnd Miss Otto was escorted to the altar by her brother, John Fitzgerald Otto. After the wedding a reception was hold at the home of the bride's mol her. Miss Olio, n former Alton girl, wore a gown of gnrdenla white nylon tulle nnd a finger-tip veil of Illusion, arranged madonna style nnd secured by n band of orange blossoms. Miss Florence Curran nnd Mrs. AOOORDION OR GUITAR LESSONS Given By Experienced Instructors •fflnntr Inttrtimtntt Ranted For Trial Ptrlod Alto Openings for lefinnini Piano Pupils. MMI SOU WEST FOUKTII ROYAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC CLEARANCE SALE OF atf Xawwav MCtmt*»j'i HOUSE SLIPPERS IW .1 ; ALTON, ILL. Street ' Mrs. Grosskettler Dies at Age 64 Mrs. Caroline Grosskettler, 64, died unexpectedly Saturday at 4:15 p. m. at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hunt, 806 Hawley, where she had resided for the past five years. Deeth was attributed to a heart attack. Mrs. Grosskettler, widow of Anthony Grosskettler, was born April 3, 1885, In St. Louis, and was the last of five children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schelling. Her husband died 35 years ago. She had resided in St. Louis until moving to Alton with her son-in-law and daughter, five years ago. Surviving In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Hunt, are two other daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Gremmler, Rolla, Mo., Mrs. Anita Thicr, St. Louis; a son, Bernard Grosskettler, St. Louis, nnd two grandchildren. The body was at Gent funeral home Sunday where the rosary was recited at 8 p. m. and was moved today to the Joseph Fendler funeral home, 7128 Michigan, St. Louis. Mrs. Grosskettler had been a member of St. Boniface Church, St.. Louis, for 60 years, and funeral rites Wednesday at 9 a. m. will he conducted In the church. Burial will be In Mt. Olive cemetery, St. Louis County. Mrs. E. Caskill Dies at Age 37 Mrs. Rosalie Gaskill, 37, wife of Erber Gaskill, of 501 Miami, died unexpectedly Sunday night, apparently of a heart ailment. She wns found dead at 7:30 a. m. t.o- dny by her husband when he returned from work, Gaskill, who was employed at Alton Box Board, had left home Sunday at. T0:4!> p. m. to report for work. At the time he left his wife was watching a television psogram and appeared all right. Death was believed to have occurred about 3 n. m. She had been in failing health since undergoing an operation about a year ago, but had been able to be up and manage household duties. A native of Tcrre Haute, Ind., Mrs. Gaskill was a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell of Cot- Inge Hills. She was married Feb. I, 1930, at Troy, Mo., and had resided in Alton for 18 years, moving here from St. Louis. Surviving in addition to her husband and parents, are a son, Robert, who is in the United States Navy, stationed at San Diego, Calif., two sisters, Mrs. Berry Gaskill, and Mrs, Herbert Cauley, Cottage Hills. The body is at Stuten funeral home where friends may call after 5 p. m. Tuesday. Time of the funeral has not been set pending word from the son. Mrs. L«ila Brewdter Buried Following funeral rites Sunday at 2 p. m. In Strceper funeral home the body of Mrs. Leila Urewster, former Fieldon resident, was Interred In Godfrey cemetery. Pallbearers were Homer Graves, Kaymond Chambers, Lawrence a. ' Bert Morrison, Charles Brown, and Colonel Heuley. 1550 Meld in Pinochle Mrs. Walter Wlttman melded 1550 in a four-handed pinochle game played with her husband nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Pete Wittman. She melded 11 spades for 1510, nnd had the jack of diamonds for 10 pinochle to make a total of 1550. . FORMER CLASSMATES REUNITE — Four Alton.ians, former high school and tfollege classmates, held an informal reunion at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. F.. Kurz, 1000 Milton road, Sunday afternoon. Left to right are Miss Georgia Bonnell, a 1948 Shurtleff College graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bonnell, 2911 Fernwood; M:ss Gloria Cundall, z 1948 University of Illinois graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cundall, 2808 Grandview; Miss Virginia Luft, a 1949 University of Illinois graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Luft, jr., 1826 Seminary, and Miss Marion Kurz, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Kurz, a 1948 University of Illinois graduate. All of the girls are 1944 graduates of Alton Senior High School.—Staff photo. PIANO DUO—A two-piano recital will be presented by Miss Jeanette Ross and Robert Oldham of the Monticello College music department in Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Wednesday at 8 p. m. They will be assisted by Mrs. Betty Ware Slay, violinist. The program].^ will include "Sheep May Safely Graze", Bach; "Variations on a^ Theme by Beethoven". Sainf-Saens; "Romance", Wieniawski; "Piece en forme de Habanera", Ravel; "Allegretto", Prokofieff; ".Nocturne", Aaron Copland; "Valse" (from Suite for Swo Pianos), Arensky; and "Le Bal Martiniquais", Milhaud.—-Photo by Joseph A. Russo. Lodge Notes Joseph F. Imbc, II, St. Louis, and Mrs. Robert Galoup of .Battle Creek, Mich., were the bride's attendants. Marie Chrlstlnne McMenamy, 3, was her aunt's flower girl. Son of Mrs. Henry Carter of Clayton, the groom was attended by Francis R. Botln. After a southern honeymoon the bridal couple will reside in St. Louis. 'n Si|iuirt< Dance Alton Young Woman's Club had a square dance mid box social at the Jouett auction house Saturday night. Thirty-five couples were In attendance, and Mrs. William Burt wns "caller" for the dancing. About. $30 was clonrod ai\d the money will be placed with a fund Cor the club's project, a program for teen agers. Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Odd Fellows' Hall. Officers- elect, including Mrs. B. Goldman, president, will be seated. Alton Women of the Moose, 1131, will meet Tuesday night at S o'clock at Moose Hp.ll. Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will meet Tuesday at t:30 o'clock and installation of officers will take place. A covered dish luncheon will precede the meeting. American War Dads will meet Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock at Mineral Springs Hotel. He Took DOUBB—Nuts Awaiting disposition today was a case In which the police took into custody in the East End a man found to be carrying four do/en doughnuts in a burlap sack. He admitted having taken the ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK We Are Now Open For Business PHONE 3-8851 "sinkers" about 6 a. m. from the doorway of the Georgeoff Market, 2248 East Broadway. • Burglary at Residence Discovery was made at 8 p. m. Sunday of a burglary at the home of Rpbert H. Herb, 1228 Rock Spring terrace, In which a shotgun, Mauser automatic pistol, some ammunition, and about $5 in pennies, had been taken. Police learned that entrance to the home had been made by way of a bedroom window in absence of members of the household, the intruders unlocking a door to depart with the look. / Arizona's Hop! Indians are the only tribe in North America in which weaving is a man's art. Lloyd A, Norman Addresses D. A.R. Talks on 'Problems of Adolescence 1 Lloyd D. Norman, visiting principal, Alton public school system, spoke on "Problems of Adolescence" before Ninian Edwards Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Ash, 1105 Liberty street, Saturday. Hostesses were Mrs. Joseph F. Ash, Miss Margaret Johnston, Mrs. Roy Walker, Mrs. Ivy Smith, Mrs. Florence Vedder and Mrs. E. W. Drew. Towards the close of the afternoon a social hour was held and refreshments were served. Announcement was made that the chapter has a membership of 78. Miss Dorothy Youngberg and Mrs. W. H. Dlttmann were recently accepted as members. Plans are being made by the chapter to present Mrs. Marian Chase Shaeffer of Jacksonville in an evening's program. The date of the entertainment will be announced. Mrs. Shaeffer Is former dramatics coach at MacMurray College, Jacksonville. Mrs. M. A. Reasoner,' member of Ninian Edwards Chapter, was elected to represent the local group at the Daughters of .the American Revolution continental conference to be held in Washington April 17 to 21. Mrs. Reasoner is making her home in Washington for the present. Miss Emma Sawyer, regent, will represent the chapter at the state meeting at Springfield March 13, 14 and 15. Mrs. Helen Rohdo, Mrs. Clarence Sargent, Mrs. Guy D. Heimick, Mrs. Horace I Ash, Mrs. Joseph W. Chase and Mrs. Earl Albers were named alternates. Ninian Edwards Chapter Is Interested In the American Indian, and is assisting the Illinois Daughters in educating an American Indian, AI vena Good fox. Miss Goodfox is a student at Hlllcrest Memorial Hospital, Tulsa, Okla. February meeting of the Daugh.- ters will be held at the Young Women's Christian Association. Personals Mrs. August Purcell of 900 Bradley avenue is visiting in Evans- vllle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lewis and son Jeft Sunday for their home in Milwaukee, Wis., after a week's visit with relatives and friends. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lewis' sister, Mrs. L, R. Menrsch, who will visit in Milwaukee. Mr. arid Mrs. Paul A. Essex and Mrs. Essex's mother, Mrs. Anna Slaughter, spent the week-end in Cairo. Dr. R. E. Stephenson, minister at First Christian Church, con- ucted funeral services for Roy Ostler In Whiting, Ind., Saturday morning. Dr. Stephenson became acquainted with Ostler while serving as pastor of a Whiting church. Church Events Anna D. Sparks Alliance will meet Wednesday at First Unitarian Church, and dessert will be served at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Frances Goodall, assistant director, St. Louis Social Planning Council, will speak on "Democracy in Community Planning." St. Elizabeth's c.uild, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, will meet with Mrt. Eben Rodgers, 531 Summit street, Wednesday at 10 o'clock. Willing Workers will meet at the Cherry Street Baptist Church Thursday instead of Tuesday night this week. Members of Mrs. William Osborne's group will be hostesses. Htrt't our 5-uty eur« lor "u>MlA«r bMlm" •fftrtli 1. CLEANED THOKOUCHLT 2. SPOTS REMOVED 3. FABRIC REVIVED 4. COLORS IRICHTENED 5. PERFECTLY PRESSED Tr> ihu tucctuf ul pretcriplioft lot cloihti tsrt LAUNDERERS • DRY CLEANERS • RUG CLEANERS FIU HCKUP AND OfLIVIIY SIIVICI OWJ-MTI Birth* Mr. and Mrs. Ordand Fulks of 101 North drive, East Alton, are announcing the birth of a son. The baby waft born at 7:31 a. m. Saturday In Wood River Township Hospital and weighed five pounds and eight ounces. A daughter! weighing eight pounds and four ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Tlttsworth, 1129 Madison avenue, Wood River, at 10:04 a. m., Sunday In Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Hard of Hartford are parents of a daughter, Suzanne Elaine, born at St. Joseph's Hospital Sunday at 4:45 a. m. The babe weighed seven pounds and one ounce. The couple have another child, Harold Kirkland Hard, III. The Rev. Dale Harmon and Mrs. Harmon of Jerseyvllle are parents of a daughter, born at 1:38 a. m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds and 10 ounces. The Rev. and Mrs. Harmon have two other children, Robert Dale, 8, and Dorothy Jean, 5. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuethe ol Bunker Hill have announced the birth of (a son, Theodore Charles. The baby weighing .nine pounds and six ounces, was born at 8:35 p. m. Saturday In Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Zumwalt of 2434 Mills avenue have given the name of Keith Russell to a son, born Sunday at 8:29, p. m. in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and nine ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Zumwalt have two other children, Suzanne, 3, and Larry, 2. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendt of 610 Marsh avenue of the birth of a son, Thomas Herbert. The baby, weighing eight pdunds, was born at 8:02 a. m. Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Pendt have another son, Ronald, 1.1. The name of Jacqueline Diane has been given- a daughter, born Saturday at 9:28 a. m. in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Edwarad Scott of Grafton. The baby, their first child, weighed six pounds and 12 ounces. Mrs. Scott was before her marriage, Miss Betty Kasihger. Jacqueline Diane Is -the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Oral Kasinger. An 8W pound daughter, Mary Cecelia, was born at 2:30 p. m., Saturday in St. Joseph's t Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruppert, 1108 Harrison street. Mary Cecelia is the third child, but first daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruppert. A son, weighing eight pounds and 15 ounces, was born Saturday at 3:43 p. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Woelfel of Cottage Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Boettger of 513 Easton street are parents of a seven pound and six ounce son. The baby was born at 3:29 a. m. Sunday In St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing seven pounds and six ounces. A seven pound and nine ounce son was born at 2 a. m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Young of Edwardsville, Route 4. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jellen of 519 North Kansas street, Edwards- vtlle, of the birth of a seven pound | and three ounce son. The baby i was born at 2:45 a. m. today in ! St. Joseph's Hospital. ; Twelfth Street Church Meeting Progress in Year Shown in Annual Reports The Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church held Its annual congregational meeting Sunday. The Rev. Paul Krebs was elected modera* tor and Robert Muehleman, clerh of the session, was elected clerk. During the past, year the church auditorium and church school rooms were redecorated, a new roof was placed on the church building, the manse redecorated and equipment was purchased for the church school rooms and th« kitchen. The Women's Association was organized a year ago with Mrs. C. E. Phleger as president, Mrs. Donald Grube, secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Adams, treasurer. There are two afternoon and three evening circles. The association's receipts for the year were $2376.50. The church treasurer reported that $16,500 was spent for local and special church expenditures, and benevolent giving was $5304. The manse debt Is $4600. Seventy new members were received during 1949. There were 31 Infant baptisms and 19 adult baptisms. The membership is 645. The following officers were elected for terms of three years! e ]d ers _Kenneth Thomasson, Edward Schallenberg, R. C. Faris, Harry Rose sr., and Harry Stein- j rauf; deacons—Paul McCoy, Marv; el Dugan, Grant Braun, George ; Clark, Herbert Reed jr., and Carl ' Fors; trustees—Donald Grube, William Herb, Fulton Calame and Stanley Rowden. A memorial service was held for the following members who died during 1949: Mrs. Lena Loarts, Mrs. Rose Volper, Dewey >Burgoyne, George Brewer, Anthony Koch and Mrs. Elmer Ash. Bunker Hill Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerdt, Mr. | and Mrs. C. E. Best, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griebel attended the January meeting of the White Shrine in Gillespie, Friday evening. Speeds of 79 /niles per hour have/ been obtained on four-man bobsleds, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. OFFICE FURNITURE Desks Chairs Files Lamps Supplies MATHER'S Mather - Morrison, Inc. "Your Stationer" 207 PIA8A Phone 8-6654 from $39.50 Small Down Payment. Easy Terms. SINGER SEWING CENTER 212 State St. GOULDING'S Jewelers in* Alton Since 1852 fill in YOUB STERLING NOW Spend that Christmas check for more of your TOWLE Sterling, selected from our array of Towut solid silver serving sad '"other" pieces—Lemoa Forks, Demi-Taste Coffe* Spoons, Salad Sets. Or. if you haven't picked your pattern yet — start your set today. A sii-piees place setting can cost u little as 124.50. including UK. Four PMC* Sririsr Sst:— Comtatlnf of Taanvaaaa LuMhew Knife, LiMObeen Fork an* ••lad Perk ... Jtwttor — AIM rka» CMI Society. GOULDING'S 2QC WIST THIRD ST.

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