Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
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PAOfe FOURTfifiN Hdvaoaiax NOAIV THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1910 Society... \ Austin-William* Nuptials First Unitarian Church was the setting of a pretty wedding Wed- Party at fletdon Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Drainer of Fleldon entertained with a dinner nesday evening at 7 o'clock when Tuesday In Observance of Mr. Miss Shirley Jenn Williams be- Drainer's birthday, The table was came the bride of Forrest Mon-j centered with a three Her cake. roe Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Attending the 1 party were Mr. Forrest Monroe Austin, 1019 Brown street. Dr. John GrRnville Gill officiated, using the double ring ceremony, and Miss Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Marlow Williams, 1955 Brown street, was given In marriage by her father. The church was decorated with light pink and white snapdragons, arranged in a large container and flanked by candelabra holding pink tapers. Woodwardia fern formed a background for the flowers and candles. Before the entrance of the bridal party the tapers were lighted by the Misses Margaret Manns and Shirley Scoggins. Miss Margie Newe was organist, and John Bower sang "I Love Thee." Miss Williams and her father were preceded down the aisle by the bride's attendants, Miss Shirley Wempen, maid of honor, Miss Jean Lutz and Miss Patty Kocher. Near the altar the bride was Joined by' Mr. Austin, who entered the church with his brother and best, man, Eugene Austin. Edward Luddcke and Roy Staples were groomsmen, and Bob Becker and Gale Schumacher, ushers. Miss Williams wore a bridal gown of Ice pink slipper satin, styled with a round neckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves and a full skirt which extended in a train. She wore a veil matching her gown in color, and carried a large bouquet of white tulip petals arranged with garlands of hyacinths. The bride's attendants appeared In frocks of satin, shading from and Mrs, Lawrence Hagen and Mrs. Norman Arnold of East Alton, Mr. and Mrj. George Krause of Shipman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zahle of Jerseyville, Henry Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mottor of Fieldon. • -•— Club With Mrs. Hartley Wednesday Night Club was entertained this week by Mrs. Lee Hartley at her home, 2501 State street, and Mrs. William Vest of Indianapolis was a guest In addition to members. Bunco was played, and lunch was served after prizes were awarded to Mrs. Henry J. Molloy, Mrs. George Glassbrenner, Mrs. Hartley, Mrs. Rudolph Munzingcr, Mrs. Herbert Allen and Mrs. Vincent Hasler. Mrs. Glassbrenner will entertain the club In two weeks, Mrs.Ciberson Heads Yf Board Named President at Annual Meeting Luncheon for Mr*. Kinder Mrs. Gilbert Smith entertained with a luncheon Wednesday at her home, 2356 State street, In honor of Mrs. John Kinser of Greenville, who Is visiting Alton relatives and friends this week. Covers were arranged for nine and following the luncheon bunco was played. Prizes for games played were received by Mrs. Albert Lauck, Mrs. Newell Hagerty, Mrs. Link Baker, and Mrs. Joseph Elliott. MRS. DUDLEY F. GIBERSON, named president of the YWO board of directors. Mrs. Dudley F. Giberson, 2367 Central avenue, was elected president of the board of directors, Alton Young Women's Christian Association, in annual meeting, Wednesday night. Mrs. Giberson, Hospital Motet Memorial Hospital Mrs. Anna Troutwlhe, SIS MlMourl, South ftoxana; Mrs. Muriel Bridget, 101* Belte. Mrs. Beatrice Bate), 1114 Henry. Harold Davidson. 2914 Kdwards. Mri. Pauline Meyenburf, Godfrey, Rout* 2. Snrgical Trealmeiil Thomas Baiter, 1109 t)ye Mr*, tola Parker, 351 Cast Broadway. Letter Miller, 29J.1 Hlllcrett. Dismissals Mm. Elalo Cox, 1112 East Fourth. James Parrolt. Edwardsvllle, Mrs. Llllle Itisklp, Pearl. George Rogers, 3337 Belle. John Wyatt, 2318 Brown. Joseph Qrell, 608 East Seventh. Mrs. Felicia Ooeken and Infant daughter. 2503 Judion. Mrs. Edith Pendt and Infant ion,'610 Marsh. Lother Dlersteln, Godfrey, Rout* 3. Ellen Kaye Hayes, 1126 VernM. Mrs. Bernadetle Zumwalt and Infant ion, 2434 Mills, Mrs. Clara Grabbe, 1104 Putnam. Diana Brumfteld, Patoka. Si. Joseph's Hospital Medical Tr«alm**l Marlene Bower, daughter of Mr. and tlrs. John Bower, 3311 Leo. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Alma Mary Steele, S10T Lawton. Miss Sybil Rose Beck, 3337 Oakwood. Mrs. Clara R Beard, wife of Wit- 'ord Beard, Godfrey Miss Nonle Mulvlll*, 740 Washlng- on. Jerry Bugf, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bugs, 1W Heller. Salt Alton. Charles Rextord, LaSalle drive. Harry Goforth, 209 South Seventh, Vood River. 137 who succeeds Mrs. John G. Gill,'alee. Mrs Frelda Graham, Ml Fifth. Mrs. Pearl Weaver, 1906 Liberty. Andy Harrison, 1629 Greenwood. Mrs. Kathleen Hilda Hattaock, West Second, Roxana. Neal Bell, 311 Dorrls. Mrs. Eudeen Heaee, 809 East Fifth. Tommy Joe Dlxon. 619 Clay, Lee H. Reynolds, Murrayvtlle. Mrs. Wanda Delores Harris, 2633 Wat Births Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Klaus of ... ... j . - ,2319 College avenue have an- plnk to orchid and earned muffs nounccd tne birth of „ daughter, ornamented with tulips in rose The bflby wns born at 8 a> m . Wed . * naae> nesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, A reception was held at the weighing seven pounds and four- church, and the white cloth cov- teen ounces. ered refreshment table was trimmed -around the edge of tulle A seven pound,and 13 ounce son awags. Mrs. Bartlett Shappee and was born Wednesday at 2:23 p. m., **•_..•*•* •_.. i • I In C?l TmivtnaW'a UAnn 14 nl * A HA» _ u J Miss Sharon Lewis served. in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Austin, students ^": tE 1 warfd ^ eult "' ,!, 424 Ebet " at Shurtleff College, will reside hardt street> Edwardsville. Announcement has been made I of the birth of a son, Gordon on Park avenue. Dinner at Hoffman Home | Danie , jr to Mr and M ,. s Qor . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoffman don Blacklock of 560 Whitelaw of the Alton-Jerseyville road en- avenue, East Alton. The baby tertained friends at dinner Wed- was born at 2:05 p. m., Wednes- nesday evening in honor of Mr. day in Alton Memorial Hospital, and Mrs. John Travers of Mid- weighing six pounds and 15 ounces. dlesex, England. Mr. and Mrs. Blacklock have an- Mr. and Mrs. Travers are visit- | other child, Linda, 4. ing their daughter, Mrs. Edgar Wendle of Beltrees. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bryant of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wendle and children, Janice and Stephen. Spealu in Granite City Miss Marguerita Eileen Irvine, English exchange teacher in Alton public school system, was guest speaker before a meeting of the Quad City Business and Professional Women's Club in Granite City Wednesday night. Miss Irvine •poke on conditions In England and of her experiences since coming to the United States. Miss Irvine was accompanied to Granite City by Miss Grace E. Reed of Alton High School faculty. Alliance In Meeting Mrs. Frances . Goodall of St. Louise spoke on "The Citizen's Role in Community Life" at a meeting of Anna D. Sparks Alliance at the First Unitarian Church Wednesday. Mrs. Goodall, who was introduced by Mrs. Robert W. Elliott, is assistant director, it. Louis Social Planning Council, Mrs. John G. Gill presided. De«wrt was served at 1 o'clock, and women from churches In the vicinity of the First Unitarian Church were guests. Mrs. Elliott, Mn. William H. Dlttman, Mrs. K. L. Galnes and Mrs. Neal M. Waterbury were hostesses. The Alliance will have a'lunch- eon Wednesday, February 1, at 13:30 o'clock In the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stockdalc, 1420 street, A white elephant sale will take place with Mrs. Alvln Hofmann as auctioneer. AHS Prom sit Temple Mid-year graduates of Alton High School held a prom at Franklin Masonic Temple Wednesday night, and "Stairway to the Stars" was the theme. Ronnie Klaus and his orchestra played from t to 1. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Macy Pruitt, Julius Marti and Miss Julia Snider were chaperones. Mr. Marti and Miss Snider are sponsors of the seniors who will receive diplomas Friday evening. Class members attended the Grand theatre this afternoon, and will visit the St. Louis Arena and witness the Bombers-Fort Wayne basketball game. A daughter, their first was born to Cpl. and Mrs. Albert Baker, 114 Harnett street, Wood River, at 9:53 a. m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital, weighing seven pounds and two ounces. Mrs. Baker is the former Miss Patricia DeWerff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeWerff, 114 Harnett street, Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcllor, 507 Velma street, South Roxana, are announcing the birth of a son, weighing nine pounds, at 10:32 a. m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Alton Letter Carriers Install 1950 Officers Alton branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers Installed officers for the 1950 year at a meeting Tuesday evening in American Legion hall. Edgar Whyte took office as president, succeeding Harold Wolfbrandt. Serving as Installation officer at the change-over ceremonial was David Horn, a past president. Other officers installed are: L. Walter, vice-president; Carl Bailey, financial secretary-treasurer; Bernard McCoy, sergeant-alarms, and Harold Wolfbrandt, trustee for a 3-year term. Members enjoyed a social hour following the business session. Chttreh Note* Mid-week service will take place ...... _„„ „ „ „ tonight at 7:15 o'clock at the First I Jean Gray and Mrs. Robert L. Mehodlst Church. Ralph Kober Turner were elected to the nom- wlll bo discussion leader, wife of Dr. Gill, minister at the First Unitarian Church, has long been active in the association. She wns vice-president of the board and chairman of the teen-age com- mtltce the past year, and was chairman of a Community Chest neighborhood canvass sponsored by the association in 1949. Other officers elected were Mrs. Raymond S. Holmes, vice-president; Mrs. Donald Metzger, recording secretary; Mrs. M. Ryrie Milnor, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Groves B. Smith, treasurer. Mrs. Metzger, Mrs. Milnor and Mrs. Smith were re-elected to office. Tl\f Rev. Francis Henderson, minister at College Avenue Presbyterian Church, offered invocation at a dinner which preceded I he business session. Mrs. John L. Webb conducted a period of worship, assisted by Mrs. Leroy Brakemeyer who sang "Teach Me to Pray." President Robert P. Ludlum of Blackburn College, Carllnville, spoke on "Education for a Free World." He traced the history of schools of higher learning* in the country, and of Blackburn College. President Ludlum who brought out the fact that the earliest schools of learning were founded by men of a deeply religious nature. "Diversity In education Is a needed factor In high learning" was the thought left, by the speaker. Mrs. Gill presented Mrs. Truman Patton, Miss Phyllis R. Jacobs and Mrs. Arthur W. Hdrn who became members of the association staff in 1949. Mrs. Gill announced that the local association is entering in upon its 33rd year of service in the community. Miss Bess F. Graham, executive secretary, gave a short talk. Mrs. Robert H. Levis, II, led in community singing, and Miss Betty Jane Cannon sang "Passing By." Miss Jacobs was accompanist. Printed reports of officers, directors and committee chairmen were received by the guests. In addition to the board of directors the association has a board of trustees, composed of Joseph C. Aldous, the Rev, O. W. Heggemeier, George A. McKinney, M. Ryrie Milnor, Spencer T. Olln, Miss Helen Clare Ryrie, Mrs. David L. Saylor, H, and Miss Eunice C. Smith. Mrs. Giberson, Mrs. Roy C. Gunter, Mrs. Robert R. Hopper, Mrs. Robert H. Levis, U, Mrs. Donald Metsger, Mrs. M. Ryrie Milnor and Mrs. Joseph A. Russo were elected to the board of directors for a three year term; Miss Kathryn Towey for two years, and Mrs. Dorothea Dunagan and Mrs. Robert B. Lynn for one year. Mrs. George C, Hine, Miss Norma Fred M. Amber*, 1100 Central. Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Billy Wocldridfe, 312 George, East Alton. Joyce H.lmkamp. Moro. Mrs. Anna Klopmelr, 98 Weat Beach, Wood Hlver. SurclcVl Treatment Mr*. (Catherine Taylor, 111 West Second, Roxana. Sharon Evans, 111 West Maple, Hartford. Gerald Jenkins, 132 Tydeman, Roxana. Grover W. Meyers, Godfrey, Route 2. Dismissals John Bay, 116 Hessp^rla, Collinsvllle. Ellsworth Menk, Route 4, Edwarda- ville. Mrs. Thursa Young, 870 Wood River, Wood River. David Turnbaugh, 415 Church, East Alton. Mrs. Elizabeth Meyers, 834 Halloran, Wood River, Mri. Florence Lipsey, Lincoln A* dttlon. Mrs. Vera Cannon, 173 South Ninth, Wood River. Mrs. Anna Klopmelr, 98 Weat Beaeh, Wood River. Sharon Evans, 111 West Maple, Hart- SKECHMISTRESSES INSTALL—Croup of officers who were installed Wednesday night in dinner meeting at Skaggs. Left, front row, Mrs Robert McFarlane. retiring president; Mrs. Marvjel Wiseman, incoming president, and Mrs. D. A. Alderson, installing officer, rear row, Mrs. A. j. Kitzmiller, vice-president; Mrs. Eugene Eggiman, treasurer, and Mrs. Ed Groshong, secretary.—Photo by Mrs. Eph Green. * Personals t ford. Mrs. Fanny Tittaworth and infant daughter, 1129 Madison, Wood River. Mrs. Leona Carpunky and Infant aon, 877 Haller, a Carpui Wood I River. Mrs. Dorit J. Pruitt and Intent ton, to Marguerite. Wood River. Mn. Jeaale Turnbeaugh and Infant daughter, 201 Tenth, Wood River. Alton Deanery Meeting In Madi Alton Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, will meet Wednesday, Jan. 25, at St. Mary's Church in Madison, III. The program will open with Benediction at 2 p. m. The Rev. Engelberth, OFM., Is pastor of St. Mary's. Catholic churches In Alton and vicinity are expected to send representatives to the meeting. Autonomy for Dutch Colony PARAMARIBO, Surinam, Jan. 19. UPl — This Dutch colony in South America will become a semiautonomous partner in the Dutch union when a new constitution is adopted Friday. The status of Surinam (formerly Dutch Guiana) will be similar to that of the recently formed United States of Indonesia, except that Surinam will be autonomous only so far as its domestic affairs are concerned. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crlvello of 430 Bluff street are visiting their son, Bernard Crlvello, and family in Taylorville. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McConnell, residing at 1100 Liberty street, are leaving within a few days for Springfield, 111., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Jacquln of Champaign, 111., are visiting Mrs. Jacquin's mother, Mrs. J. B. Hayes, in Falrmount. Mr. and Mrs. William Vest of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Molloy of 2113 Lincoln avenue, and attending Mrs. Vest's mother, Mrs. Rose McClary, a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Vest and Mrs. Molloy are sisters. The condition of Chesley McKee, a salesman with the Grosh Realty Co., continues unchanged, relatives reported today. Mr. McKee, who suffered a paralytic stroke early in December, Is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital. Miss Myrtle K. Paul will leave Sunday to visit the Chicago markets and make purchases for her millinery and accessories shop. Miss Paul will be accompanied by her sister, Miss Ethel Paul. Mrs. Alma Steele of 2107 Lawton street underwent surgery at St. Joseph's Hospital this morning. Gerhard Pilz of Horn avenue and L. W. Taylor of East Alton returned this morning from a business trip to Whiting, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. William Hine of Alby street entertained at dinner Wednesday evening. Those attending were Mrs. Mae Malloy |and Earl Dillman of East Alton, Mrs. Bernard Smith of New Orleans, La., Elgie Dillman of Amarillo, Tex., Richard Blevins of De Soto, Mo., and Mrs. Geraldine Rogers of West Alton, Mo. The guests were cousins of Mrs. Hine, who were here to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Anna Trump of East Alton. Lodge Notes Alton Rebekah Lodge, 475, will meet Friday night in Odd Fellows Hall, Temple building. District officers will be guests of honor. ENJOY Speechmistress Club Installs WOOD RIVER, Jan. 19.—Mrs. Manuel Wiseman was Installed president of the Speechmistress Club during a formal ceremony conducted by Mrs. D. A. Alderson, Wednesday night, at Skaggs dining room when the Illini Toastmasters Club staged a "ladies night" with members of the Speechmistress Club as guests. Other new officers installed were Mrs. A. L. Kltzmiller, vice-president; Mrs. Edward Groshong, secretary, and Mrs. Gene Egglmann, treasurer. Retiring officers are Mrs. Robert McFarlane, president; Mrs. Manuel Wiseman, vice president; Mrs. Ellis Gaddis, secretary, j and Mrs. A. L. Kltzmiller, treas- j urer. ; "European Travelogue," a movie of more than a dozen European countries, was shown by Ernest Silk, Toastmasters Club member who spent five months in Europe. Silk narrated the 80-minute program. Acting as critics to give Silk advice on editing the movie and coordinating his talk with the action in the film were W. W. Johler, N. T. Robey, Mrs. Everett Dodd, and D. F. Fink. James Douglas and Jerry Trattler were inducted Into the Toastmasters Club by D. F. Fink. Carl L. Roberts was toastmaster of the evening and M. W- Wilson gave the invocation. $150 Damage to Service Station at Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 19 — Approximately $150 damage was done to the ceiling of the Hamilton Service Station, 570 North Wood River avenue, at 9:30 a. m., Wednesday, from a stove pipe disturbance in the roof. Leonard Hamilton Is manager of the station. Responding to the call were Fire Chief Wallace Bond, J. R. Pinkerton, George Hill and I Dennis Weaver. Penelope Chapter Officers Named St. Louieans Guests «t Wood River Meeting Alton Chapter, Daughters ol Penelope, met at the home of Mrs. William Tsimprls, president, 514 First street, Wood River, Tuesday night, and had as guests Mrs. Nellie Zaharlasj Mrs. Mary Frnngoulls, Mrs. Penny Ferrettl ahd Mrs. Mary Sarantakls of St. Louts. Mrs. Frangoulls Is president and Mrs. Ferrettl, vice-president of the St. Louis Chapter, Daughters of Penelope. Mrs. Zaharlas, lieutenant district governor, spoke on the program and the aims and purposes of the Daughters. During a social hour bunco was played, and refreshments were served. Mrs. John Laflkes, Mrs. K. M. Tchoukaleff and Miss Saran- takls were awarded prlies. Officer* Installed Alton Chapter met In Ahepa Hall, 1510A East Broadway, Sunday afternoon, and named 1950 officers. Mrs. Tsimprls was elected pres- idwent; Mrs. K. M. Tchoukaleff, vice-president; Miss Pauline Korbet, secretary; Mrs. Irene Kodros, treasurer, and Mrs. Gus Boukas, Mrs. John Maggos, Mrs. Frank Rlgas, Mrs. John Vambaketes, and SHOES Exclusivity At 316 STATE ST. ALTON, ILL. "Where Third Meets State." Mr* Gewge Laflket memhen o( the (ward of governor* ' Miss Jean Malamas wt» elected priestess, Mrs. John Nlcoloti, mar* shal, and Mi* John Lafikes, war* den. Mmttni reb. It Alton Chapter will have Its next meeting Feb. 16 with Mi* John Nlcolou at.'her home 3*02 Aber« deen avenue. * Marguerite Camp, RNA, To Install Officers Officers-elect of Marguerite Camp, Royal Neighbors of Amer« ica, will be Installed Tuesday, January 24, at 8 o'clock In Odd Fellows' Hall on East Broadway. Members to be seated and menv bers of the degree team will meet Sunday at 1:30 for a rehearsal. Auditing committee met with Mrs. John Heinkel on Tenth street Wednesday. Traitors now get death In Denmark. 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