Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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PAOfi EIGHT ALTON BVI34INO TREJK&IAjPtf The Women Sorm/ £t WM— Group ActhtU tat Eleanor Drake Becomes Bride Of Charles Ernest Dralle MRS. CHARLES ERNEST DRALLE (Gravemann Studio Photo) Art Expert to Explain Olsen Exhibit Sunday Miss PoweD, who will speak Sunday at Hayner Public Library on the historic exhibit of the Olsen Foundation, was supervisor of education and lecturer at the St. Louis Art Museum for 37 years. Miss Powell's address will begin the two-week-long display of "personal adornment through the ages" which is planned by the Jennie D. Hayner Library Board in honor of the late Miss Eunice Smirh. Sunday also begins the observance of national library week. Miss Powell, who organized the art department of the St. Louis City Art Museum in 1914, was its chief until 1923. She retired as supervisor of education in January of this year. She taught the history of art for three summer semesters at Washington University, and in the summer of 1931 was a traveling scholar in Great Britain in the interest of friendship between English speaking countries. Miss Powell, expected to arrive this afternoon, will be a guest through tomorrow in the home of Mrs. Eben Rodgers, 605 Summit St. She will speak at three o'clock as the exhibit opens. Ann Landers This Question Is Not Joking Matter to Her Education Day First Christian Church was the scene of the wedding this afternoon of Miss Eleanor l*« Drake and Charles Ernest Dralle. Bouquets of white snaprfrae- ons and woodwardia were used to decorate the altar before which J. W. Jordan performed the ceremony. The ooupl« is receiving this afternoon In the church social room. , The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Durland Lee Drake. 3013 Mayfleld Ave. Mr. Dralle is the son of Mr. and Mr». Ernest A. Dralle, 114 E. Main St., East Alton. Mrs. John Kirk servwl as matron of honor. The bridegroom's aunt. Mrs. Everett Wade was bridesmaid. Brenda Kay Rankln. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rankin of Herrin was flower girl; and Kevin Rankin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rankin of Herrin was ring bearer. Jon Kirk was best man. and Everett Wade was groomsman. Ushers were Robert Christeson Lyndell Dralle, Jostnh Kinnaman and Jon Herreid. Mrs. J. W. Jordan played organ accompaniment for the vocalist, Mrs. Gerald F. Durborow. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Paul D. Kinna- rnan of Troy, Mo., wore a silk organza dress overlaid with re-embroidered Alencon lace on the molded bodice and rounded neckline. A sphere design of the lace was featured on the full skirt, accented with four full cabbage roses and ending in a chapel train. A pearl crown held her fingertip veil of illusion, and her colonial bouquet was made of French lance, white butterfly roses and aqua lilies of the valley. Her attendants wore identically styled street length dresses of white Rochelle lace over aqua taffeta with back bow trim and dome shaped skirts. Their half-hats were made of matching aqua leaves with short eye veil, and they carried colonial bouquets of white and aqua carnations. The bride is a 1958 graduate of Alton High School, and is a senior student in St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Dralle, a 1956 alumnus of East Alton-Wood River Community High School is employed by Universal Match Corp., Ferguson, Mo. Following a honeymoon, the couple. %yil| live at 3423 GUI- ham st. Hairdressers Plan District DEAR ANN LANDERS: This letter may strike you as funny but I am serious. I am a gir« 15 who will soon be going on a. date with a boy I I like a lot. li wear glasses.) I'm expecting! him to kiss mej goodnight. I want to know if I should remove my glasses in preparation for I the kiss or would Ann l*nn>r*. this look obvious? If I should take off my glasses and he didn't kiss me I would die right then and there on the spot. Please rush your advice. This is an emergency. SUE DEAR SUE: I am typing as fast as I can and I hope the advice reaches you in time. Keep your glasses on. I've been reliably iniormed that glasses will not interfere with a goodnight kiss. • • • • DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband works for a company that employs 150 people. They are putting on a big party for out-of-town customers next month when the industry is having a national convention. They are planning a dinner- dance at a swanky hotel — complete with an orchestra, champagne and all the trimmings. Husbands and wives are not invited—only company employes. My old gaffer is 62. He wanU to go. Two years ago I let him go to an office Christmas party and he got home at 5:3U in the morning. For 24 hours ne actual!> thought he was Prince Phillip and 1 vvas Queen klwafoeth and 1 am not kidding. I $on't want him to go to this party and have »aid so. He claim* it v>ill hurt him with his boss U he doe»n t A Op. say yes or no -BEKTHA ; U itt wwe my old gaffer I'd let. him go— but this decision is strictly up to the individual. I would not lift a typewriter key to help spring a man or a woman for a company party that might result in family trouble. The secure husband or wife is willing to give the green light on special occasions, but if it creates problems it's not worth it. • • • • DEAR ANN LANDERS: A friend of mine asked me for advice. I don't know what to tell him. Will you help? This man was divorced 15 years ago. He could have taken the three children from his wife but thought they were better off with their mother. He decided to stay out of their lives so they would not have mixed emotions and split loyalties. For 15 years he did not see them, although they lived le»s than 100 miles away. A few months ago he tried to re-establish a family relationship but they were cold and different. He thinks hi* wife has poisoned their minds against him. How can he win their love? -NO HELP DEAR NO HKLP: A man Mho takes a powder for 15 years can hardly expert his reappearance to be heralded with trumpets and a red rug strewn with rotes. Love and respect is developmental. You can't just bounce it on grown children and say, "I'm your dad. love rne," and expect them to fall into your own arms. The children undoubtedly leel rejected and the best he can expect now is polite tolerance. He missed the love- txjat 15 years ago. COKF ID E K TI A L TO CBAMPtD: Tell your hus- b<jad it's up to him to gel him uut of the house at once You and your family should not ha\e to live like sardine* because his brother in "too educated" to work with his Plans were completed at a recent meeting in Centralia, for Education Day to be sponsored by the South District of the Illinois Hairdressers' and Cosmetologists' Association it is announced today by Mrs. Ebert Becker of Alton, director of the South District. Education Day Is scheduled for April 23 in the Centra!!a Masonic Hall from ten o'clock in the morning until 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The meeting is open to non-members of the association. Members of the Illinois Hair Style Body will be on the program. From Chicago there will be Tom Moseley, Anita Kovich, Joseph Raj, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shotola. Wilma Atkins will come from Marion, III., to perform, and Carl Board also will be on the program. Mrs. Mildred Rockefeller 1s accepting reservations from the Madison County group. Lodges Mrs. Harold Bennett, Mrs. Tom Dennis and Mrs. Nell Gray were received as new members of Auxiliary Unit Three of Disabled American Veterans during a meeting this week, in the American L*gion Home. Marriage Told In Hamel Mr. and Mrs. Gus Leichsenring of Hamel are announcing the marriage of their son, SP4 Jerald Duane Leic'hsenring to Heide Rose Rossel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rossel of Neckersulm, Germany. The ceremony took place March 30 in Neckersulm, Germany. Jerald is stationed with the Armed Forces in Germany. Tomorrow's Dinner Clear Consomme Apricot Duckling Whipped Potatoes Brussels Sprout Rye Rolls, Buiter or Margarine Endive Salad, French Dressing Chocolate Chiffon Pi6 . Coffee Tea Chappell and Webber Vows* Said Today in East St. Louis Mr.Fosha Addresses Woman'sCouncil Miss Janet Webber, d t«r of Mrs. Michael P. We»*r of East St. Louts, and the late Mr. Webber, became the btlde of David L. Chappell of Alton this morning at 11:30 o'elwk in St. Phillip's Catholic Church in East St. Louis. Roy Webber, the bride's brother, escorted her to the altar, and the couple rew'ved in the church hall following the ceremony. Mr. Chapptll ts the son of Mrs. Joseph P. Chappei] of Godfrey and the late Mr. Chappell. The bridegroom lives at 748 Washington Ave. Mrs. Leonard Frerlck* of St. Louis attended her sister, and Ronald Henry of Alton was best man. Ushers ww* Richard Somerville. cousin of the bride of East St. Louis, and a brother of the bride, Robert Webber of St. Louis. The bride, a graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing here, wore a gown of silk organza trimmed in Chantilly lace, sequins and seed pearls. The sleeves were long, and the skirt bouffant, endlntr in a sweep train. Miss Webber wore a crown of pearls and rhinestones and carried cascading carnations, lilies of the valley, and ivy. Mrs. Frericks was attired In a dress of white eyelet organdy over yellow taffeta. She wore a veiled crown of yellow and white flowers, and held a nosegay of yellow carnations. After a honeymoon in New Orleans, the couple will live at 30 Creston Dr.. Belleville. The bride is employed by St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis. Her husband, who was graduated from Alton High *W <^ V>l?*|> ,? ^'" " ."l^flf x * NS"V\* S^-S&i r<**H$^ v/ f/^ * **#^ -\;^B ; ^ MRS. DAVID L. CHAPPELL School and attended Alton Res- j^ « • f\ idence Center of Southern Dli- fjeflf>J"ltl/ClFlC£ nois University, is employed r.s.m a " ra ' c " °°" Scheduled for MRS. KENNETH BARTELS (Wenzel Studo Photo) Miss Bono, Kenneth Bartels Married This Afternoon Miss Marie Loretta Bono and Kenneth Bartels were married this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic Church, in & double ring ceremony by the Rev. James Sud- des. A dinner for the wedding party will be served at 5 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus Hall at Wood River, and the couple will receive there from 8 until midnight tonight. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Anthony Bono, 219 Me- Clure Ave., and the late Mr. Bono. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartels, 702 Sherman Ave., Edwardsville. Miss Joyce Lorsbach served as maid of honor, and Miss Fay Bartels. sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Flower girls were Roseann Bono, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bono; and Mary Jo Veith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Veith. August Dipazo, son of Mr. and Mr*. An- thuny Dipazo, carried the rings.. The bridegroom's brother, Norman Bartels of Bcl'»vUlv, served as his beat man. Sam Bono, the bride's nephew, was groomsman. Ushers wore Frank Bono and Earl Bartels. Mrs. Vince Romano was vocal soloist, accompanied by Max Heindlmayr. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Nick S. Bono, wore a gown of Chantilly lace with a tiered skirt terminating in a cathedral train. A crystal crown held her veil of illusion, and she carried a cascade containing a white orchid, white carnations and stephanotis. Her attendants were attirtd in floor length orchid gowns of nylon sheer, with French poufs at the back hems, accented by deep purple roses. They wore orchid pearl-trimmed crowns with matching veils. Deep or. chid carnations and snowdrift pompons made up their colonial bouquet. The former Miss Bono is a graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by Owens- Illinois in its IBM accounting department. Mr. Bartels attended Edwardsville High School, and is employed by Braun's Auto Electric Inc., East St. Louis. April 29 Plans are underway for a dance to be given as a benefit for Temple Israel April 29 in Hotel Stratford. Hosts for the party will be Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Wien- shienk, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenthal, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Arst. Tickets may be purchased through the hosts, and admission will be by advance reservation only. Attendance is being limited to 100 couples. Breakfast will be served following the dance. Bonnie Ross and his orchestra will play for dancing. Xi Delta Mu Sees Millinery Demonstration Mrs. Herbert Peel demonstrated the making of hats for members of Xi Delta Mu Chanter of Beta Sigma Phi during a meeting Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Charles Kruse on Alton-Jerseyville road. The hostess presented the program on "The Enjoyment of Art." Mrs. Peel explained the stages of hatmaking, and the foundations and materials used to construct them. Members modeled samples of her art, including miniature hats. Reservations were accepted from members for the Founders' day banquet on April 27; and for exemplar day observance on May 11. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Fred Zipprich. Officers will be installed during a meeting at 8 o'clock on the evening of May 19 in the home of Mrs. William Drake, Holly Hills, Godfrey. Ashlocks Leave Mr and Mrs. Ray A. Ashlock and family left Friday tor Durham, N. C., where their new address will be Cromwell road, RR 3, Durham. They were accompanied by Mrs. Florence Ashlock, Mr. Ashlock's mother who will also make her home there. Mr. Ashlock has been transferred by Owens-Illinois. Mr. Entler in Decatur Hospital Clifford Entler, 1812 Park Ave., former Alton Telegraph composing room machinist, is in a Decatur hospital recovering from effects of a heart attack suffered recently while visiting with his son there. Mrs. Entler, on a trip to Florida at the time, returned home on receipt of the news. ohl VpMt. Ml tlw cart of KMM during « m«*t*«f of Alton WohWt Oomwl! m* day afternoon following denert Hi the YWCA. Mr. Fostw supplenwnWd Ms talk with *lidm of his wild flower garden and of the gar* dens at Allerton Park, Monti. cello, 111. Mm. P. M. Manfleld, 1119 Washington Ave., was rec*lv«d as a new member. A memorial service was conducted by Mrs. Eldon Orr for Miss Mar.forle Belts, a council member who died recently. Reports of the Madison Coiuv ty Unit Federation club meet- Ing In Granite City on April 6 were given by Mrs. Karl Anderson, Mrs. J. M. Tchou- kaleff and Mrs. H. E. Wlnnns. Thirteen members of the council were in attendance at that meeting. Mrs. Anderson announced the annual convention of the Illinois Federation of Women'g. Clubs at Colllnavtlle, April 26; and a Conservation Department Workshop at Allerton Park on April 28 through 28. .Council members are planning to attend. Mrs. Lillie Roenicke introduced Mrs. Mary Pelot who sang two selections. Mrs. F. W. Bromaghim poured from a buffet table decorated with yellow tapers and a centerpiece of snapdragons and rose tupils. Members and guests were seated at individual tables with small centerpieces of spring flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. J. W. Stewart, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ethel Duffey, Mrs. F. W. Bromaghim, Mrs. Lloyd Brett, Mrs. C. H. Carlton, Miss Lorena Bauer, Miss Laretta Bierbaum and Miss Frances Richards. Smart Spring Fnhieni Fir tbi YiuRfir tit 112 w. THIHO ST. DOWNTOWN AL70N Bethalto Methodist Church CHICKEN & DUMPLING SUPPER Pla?is Wedding For June 24 In Godfrey MISS BAUSER (Gravemann Photo) Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bauser of Godfrey are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth Ellen, and Robert L. McCord, son of Mrs. Louise McCord, 242 Dooley Dr. The couple \yill be married June 24 in Melville Union Congregational Church in Godfrey. Miss Bauser, a 1960 graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Her fiance is a graduate of San Diego High School, and has served four years of active duty with the Navy. He is employed by Thrifty Drug Co., in its warehouse. College Notes Altonians who will receive official recognition for outstanding scholarship at the University of Illinois May 5 are Barbara Burris, James L. Fisher, Donald U. Gubser, John M. Hartow, Clyde R. Johnson, Philip J. Kardis, and Mary J. Moore. The annual honors day convocation will be held on that date. Gary Rolla Baumgartner, 903 Grandview Dr., EdwardsvUie, was recently received Into Tau Beta Pi, national engineering fraternity at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla. Tau Beta Pi it a professional honorary for students who possess outstanding character and have achieved outstanding scholarship In engineering and the related field*. Saturday, April 22 4 lUf FAMILY STYLE BOX STORAGE .•HONE H05-M77 WOTHIWO TO MY UNTO, FAIL MRS. JAMES L. WILSON Old Cathedral h Scene Of Wilson-Eichorn Nuptials Presbyterml Sets Annual Miss Ruth Eichorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Eichorn, 113 E. Elm St., was married to James L. Wilson this morning in SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mm. John J. Wilson of Greenville. White carnations and candelabra were used to decorate the altar for the 11 o'clock nuptial Mass, read by the Rev. P. P. Bertoldo. Immediately after the wedding, a buffet luncheon was served in the Onized Club for the wedding party and relatives from out-of-town. The couple is receiving in the club this afternoon until 4 o'clock. Miss Norma Podhorn was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Catherine Howard and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Rose Mary Wilson. Paul Fessler served as best man. Groomsmen were Edward Johns and the bride's brother, John Eichorn Jr. John Stilwell and Paul Tinsleyjvere ushers, and Mrs. J. A. Davey, organist, accompanied the vocalist, Miss Madeline Davey. The bride wore a princess gown of Chantilace, with seul- loped embroidered neckline and ruffled back. Seed pearls trimmed her fingertip veil, and she carried a cascade bouquet of small white carnations. The attendants wore identically styled gowns In pastel shades of shrimp, turquoise and yellow, with back bows and small ruffled pleats. They wore matching headbands, and carried cascades of carnations. The former Miss Eichorn was graduated from Marquette High School in 1959, and is employed by Sears Roebuck • and Co., as a cashier in its credit sales department. Mr. Wilson is a 1959 graduate of Greenville High School, and is employed by Owens- Illinois in its mold shop. After a honeymoon in the Lake of the Ozarks region, the couple will live in Godfrey. Birthday Party Cindy Hauhe was honored by her classmates Friday at a birthday party during nursery school at the Ursuline Convent. Movies were taken, and refreshments were served. Relatives have been invited to a party Sunday in the home of the child's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rodi. 1105 E. 4th St., for a family gathering on Cindy's fifth birthday. She is the daughter of Danny Hauhe and Mrs. Jane Hauhe. Cooking Cues Should a recipe call for a pound of ground chopped meat, you'll need about four cups. A pound of all-purpose flour measures about 4 eups; a pound of- cake flour measure* about 5 cups. Meeting The annual spring meeting of the Alton Presbyterial will be held on April 26. Day sessions will be held hi the Edwardsville Presbyterian Church with registrations at 9 o'clock in the morning. EVe- nlng sessions, in the Colllns- ville Presbyterian Church, will begin with registration at 6 o'clock, and dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Guest speakers for both meetings will be Mrs. L. E. Whitford, synodical president of Waterman, HI., and Mrs. D. K. Howell, assistant professor of education, Knoxville CollRge in Tennessee. Mrs. Peter Wong of Hong Kong; Miss Margaret Reed of New Zealand; and Miss Rena Mussaad of Sudan, overseas guests to the Purdue National Meeting of Presbyterian Women, will also be guests at both meetings. During the luncheon hour, conversation groupings are planned with these women of three continents. Special music numbers are also on the program. Mrs. William Sill will lead a symposium on "Reconciliation," which will include Mrs. R. H. Voorhees, Mrs. Robert C. White, Mrs. Eldon Orr and Mrs. S. E. Gaboon. The symposium will be conducted at both morning and evening sfcs- sions. Officers will be elected during the morning business session, and guests, missionaries and past presbyterial presidents will be presented. Mrs. William Hine is chairman of the evening meeting. Illini Host Annual Spring Party More than 50 persons attended the annual spring party given by the Greater Alton Il- lini Club last night in Hotel Stratford. Dinner was served, after which the party was turned Into a "Monte Carlo" in which guests were given play money with which to "gamble." Gordon Chambliss and Robert Lahlein were co-chairmen for the affair. The club will not meet again until August. Cains Visiting Mrs, Jackie Cain and son, John, of Salina, Kan., is here on an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. Sophie Prine, 3003 Watalee Ave., and with her husband's parent*, Mr. and Mr*. John Cain of Brighton. Airman Cain will arrive Monday to join his wife and son. Alton Chapter Sweet Adelines, Inc. BENEFIT DANCE Tuesday, April 18 EAGLES LODGE 411IAST MOAOWAY DANCING I Till U • Muiic by »M IIU! NOTK • Gutf > Quarto* • Priifi ft* tat CftituMtft • Donation $1 fa Coupi*

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