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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALTON EVENING TELSGRAPH 1961 The Women ^ Social Events—Gnmp Activities Miss Ohley and Donald W. Virgin Married in Lutheran Church Miss Judy E. Ohley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. OMey, MB Maurice St. was married at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening to Donald W. Virgin. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Virgin, 215 Mine St.. Bethallo. The Rev. Carl Hilgendorf officiated at the ceremony In Messiah Lutheran Church before an altar decorated with bouquets of white snapdragons, stock and yellow majestic daisies, flanked with wood- wardia. The couple received at 8:30 O'clock in Steelworkers' Abel Hall, and departed on a honeymoon. On their return they will reside in Bethalto. Miss Nancy Ohley, sister of the bride, served as her maid of honor. The bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Stanley Cox, was bridesmaid. Stanley Cox was best man, and John T. Miller was groomsman. Allen Connoyer and John Henkhaus seated guests, and organ music was played by Mrs. Walter Widenhoefer. The bride wore a floor length gown of rosepointe lace and marquisette over taffeta, featuring a cabbage rose at the back waistline and a wide scalloped lace flounce at the hem. She carried a prayer book with a cascade of lilies of the valley and white cymbidium orchids. A doll's crown held her veil of silk illusion. Her attendants wore identically styled dresses of mint silk organza over taffeta and net, with long torso midriffs of satin, and accented at the back with flat satin bows. They wore modified half-hats with double silk roses and short circular veils, and carried garden baskets of mixed spring flowers. The bride is a 193$ graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co., in its traffic department. Mr. Virgin is a 1957 graduate of Civic Memorial High School, and is employed by Bethalto IGA Super Market. MRS. DONALD W. VIRGIN < Buries-Roberts Photo) Miss Kodros Is Bride Of Richard Seymour Nurse Alums Give Program At Breakfast Six members of the class of 1936 of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing presented a program on "nursing as it was 25 years ago" at the communion breakfast sponsored by the alumni of the school. Breakfast was served in St. Mary's School Hall following mass said by the Rev. James A. Suddes. Sixty persons were in attendance. The six presenting the program were Mrs. John Rickman, Mrs. Wesley Molloy, Mrs. Jerry Lavick, Mrs. William Laughlin, Mrs. D. C. Ist»-d and Mrs. Virginia Bishop. Members of the senior class of the nursing school were guests of honor. They were presented with gifts and associate memberships. The next alumni meeting will be a potluck dinner at the Westerner Club on June 6. College Notes The student senate of State Normal University ha* selected 19 seniors as "outstanding" from among a group of 625 who will receive bachelor's degrees this year. Among the 19 is Kenneth (Buzz) Shaw, 18 Abner PI., Edwardsville. He is the son jf Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw and is majoring in social science. Also among the 13 is Sheron Brichnik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brichnik, a mathematics major. Mother's Helper by MMMM •> PMMM -BFT I DONT VMt to U«* • bath!!" I* that » familiar pr«t*tt at jr»ur tow*? U t», try e»lUnf your child t* eoiM lure » flay Batk, t*rninf Udiotu rMittM intt lUsirabU 4iver*i*». A Ptor Rath in- UUJukttetlM tub, phi* *«tr» Miaiwrwfte* ttsu to oajor tt. Tm MMda't fe* •*•— •&>»*• t *f *M* fe •*»*'» u»- St. Paul's Episcopal Church was the setting Saturday afternoon at three o'clock for the marriage of Miss Thelma Tommie Kodros and Richard W. Seymour. ,The Rev. John Young read the ceremony which was followed by a dinner and reception at the YWCA. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kodros of 1524 Worden Ave.. and Mr. Seymour's parents are Mrs. Helen Weber of 3600 Cbronado Dr., and Wayne Seymour of Godfrey. The bride wore a short sleeved gown of Chantilly lace and silk organza trimmed with sequins. Her half-hat of lace, trimmed with a satin bow, secured her elbow length vei!, and she carried a crescent arrangement of white lilacs and white tulips. Mrs. Gary D. Reid served as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Mrs. Eugene Hemme of St. Louis, sister of the bride. They appeared in street length dresses of periwinkle blue silk organza. The necklines were scooped, the sleeves were elbow length and the skirts were softly pleated. The attendants wore silk roses with whimsey veils, matching the roses on their dresses. They held pink tulips, white daisies and quince branches in crescent bouquets. White snapdragons and pink majestic daisies decorated the altar for the ceremony, and pews were adorned by pink daisies and green foliage. The couple will live at I1'->7b E. Fifth St. The bride attendfd Alton High School and Central Illinois Beauty School. Her husband also attended Alton High and is employed by the Godfrey Fire Department. Grotes Observe 50th Anniversary Sunday In Pruirietown Mr .and Mrs. Harry Grotc observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner in Fireman's Hal) at Prairietown. Preceding the dinner, members of the family attended services together in St. Peter's Lutheran Church at Prairietown, where the couple had been married on April 16. 1911. Mr. Giote and the former Miss Charlotte Duelm have lived in Prairietown since their marriage, and have a daughter, Mrs. Herman RaJe- macher. There are three grandchildren and 5 great- grandchildren. In attendance at the observance Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Fred Weishaupt of Prairietown. who were members of the wedding party fifty years ago. Vacation in Mexico Returning to their home Sunday from a tour of Mexico were Mrs Henry McAriarns, 1801 Seminary St., and her parents, Mr. and Mrg. Allen & Cooper, 3115 College Av«. Engagement Announced MISS MEININOER Mr. and Mrs. Leroy MPinin- ger of Bethalto, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sue, who will marry Larry Schuessler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schuessler of Bethalto. Miss Meininger is a senior student at Civic Memorial High School, and her fiance, a senior at Edwardsville High School, is employed by Bauser's Service Station. Alton Women of the Moo^e will have a business meeting Tuesday night at eight o'clock in the Moose Lodge. Lillmaee Council 222, Degree of Pocahontas, will meet Wednesday at 8 o'clock in Tennistcrs' and Chauffeurs' Hall. Marguerite Camp of Royal Neighbors of America wi'l have u potluck luncheon Tuesday at noon in Western Star Odd Fellows' Hall. Busciness meeting will follow. Mrs. Bosley Feted At Party Here Mrs. Krrol Bosley of Washington, Ind., the former Miss Charlene Bonner of Alton, was honored at a stork shower in Cherry Street Baptist Church Friday evening. Some 20 persons attended the party given by Mrs. Dm- ald E. Green and MJKS Roberta Pointer. A maypole anil a large stork centered the gift table. Mrs. Bosley, former organist at the church, returned home Saturday to Washington where the Rev. Mr. Bosley is pastor of Aikrnan'g Creek Baptist Church. He was formerly music director of the Cherry Street church here. Visitors Leave Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bacus have returned to their horn* in Las Vegas. Nev., following a visit with Mr*. Ola Gohle, 314 Hoffmeister St., and with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Holford, Arthur St. Newlywed In Mexico; 1 WuHum Afttt Smith MM! Ms brtdtf, the former Mlw J«oqu* lyn Sandra Wteaman, art Hon. eymoonlng In Aeapoleo, MM., N towing their marriage Swv d«y in Meadowbrook Country dub, near St. Louis. TI»y will nv* in Alton upon their rettorn. The bride 1* the daughter ut Dr. and Mrs. Irving Wteaman of Granite City, and Mr. Smith is the son of Mrs. t«\vi» E. smith and the late Mr. Smith. Rabbi Julius Model officiated at the ceremony. Attending (he bride were Miss Nancy Fleishman of Granite City, Mto Laurie Stelnger of St. t/niis, and Miss Rhoda Simon of Alton. Mr. Smith was attended by his uncle, Meyer Tennenhaum; Melvyn Wlesman, and Gary Wlesman. the bride's brother; and his own brother, Jeffrey Smith. , The bride wore a gown of peaude sole and Alecon lace, trimmed with seed pearls on the bodice and bell-shaped skirt which ended In a train. A princess crown of lace secured her three tiered veil, and she carried a cascade of white orchids, arranged with moth r>r- chlds and stephanotis. The bride's attendants were dressed in full skirted frocks of lavender silk chiffon. They wbre matching bows on their heads with circular face veils. The hride attended the University of Elinois and Gradwohl Medical Technical School. Her husband attended Washington University. Nuptials Read Sunday In Carlinville Married Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Carlinville were Mrs. Margaret Downs Chesterfield, and Dean Titzlaff, both of Carlinville. The Rev. H. O. Renken read the ceremony at two o'clock, and a reception followed In the church hall. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Downs and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Titzlaff all of Carlinville. Attending the bride were Miss Charlotte Downs, sistPr of the bride, and Mrs. Marilyn Best, the groom's sister. George Titzlaff served his brother as best man, and groomsman was Fred Cox. cousin of the bride. Leroy Searles sang, accompanied by Mrs. Katherine Adams, organist. After a honeymoon in the South, the couple will live near Carlinville, where Mr. Titzlaff is engaged in farming. He and his bride are both recent graduates of Carlinville High School. It's Your Hair And Your Money If you have your hair done by an expert each week, don't let him stampede you into an unbecoming hair style just because it's the latest thing. If you have found a style which flatters you, stay with it. It can be brought up to date with slight changes every three or four months. But to wear a hair style that does nothing for you is foolish. Explain to your styli.«t that it's your hair an dthat you will call the shots. Once he understands this, he'll most likely go along with you. After all, it's money in his pocket. - NEA. Atf PatiPi LofNtfUi Cnttrm f Wt htwt ww ntr ttttftuy tff fomw *#&«& tf ««* Alftm. TM DfWlifDOfrt 'W uM MM Of Mw, LM Wlffltnw of to Loohi, and fit* lilt ftotwtt MRS. WILLIAM ALLEN SMITH (Photo by Plerlow) Orchestra and ACCA Plan Their Progams One o fthe community's major music organizations made its plans for the coming season and the other completed preparations to end its current winter series over the weekend. The Alton Civic Orchestra, joined by its guest soloist — opera and concert baritone Moriey Meredith — held its dress rehearsal Sunday night for tonight's concert in East Junior High Auditorium which will close its regular winter series of four concerts. The concert, under direction of Max Steindel, will begin at 8:15. Saturday night the Alton Communiti Concert Association board of directors made tentative selection of the balance of its 1961-62 series attractions, received a number of new board members, and reelected all Us officers. The Concert Association had just completed a week-long membership enrollment which enabled it to add three more attractions to the one, baritone Robert Merrill, which already has been announced. The association made definite selection of two attractions — the duo piano team of Margaret Parsons and Clifford Poole and The Rondoliers, a male trio of singers. The board authorized its freshly re-elected president, George Springman, to complete negotiations for the fourth attraction, for which the board narrowed the field down to two options. The board decided to plan its series for the coming season only on the basis of funds received through the memoer The R*v, A; ft, Beck, ptttor» officiated at thi $ d'fltook «tr*> nwtty Mion to utaf uto>* orated with utajxIfasoitvA and palms. The ootplf rtcelved afterward in the ohuroh> Mls« Sharon D*mp8«y", the bridegroom's sister, served at maid of honor, and Lt. Harvey Margulles was best man. Brenda DeWerff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeWerff of Nokomis, was flower girl, and the ring bearer was Mark Egelhoff, son of Mr, and Mrs. Darrell Egelhoff of Lltchfield. Roy Bellinger and Gary Dalpiaz, cousins of the bride, seated guests. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. Bertha Hoppert and sung by Roy Schmitt. The bride wore a satin gown styled with Sabrina neckline and bouffant skirt. Her ballerina length gown of illusion was attached to a crown of pearlized orange blossoms. She carried a white orchid on a prayer book. Her attendant appeared in a pale blue sleeveless gown of flocked nylon organdy over net and taffeta, with a cummerbund and back bow, She wore a matching bow clip with short circular veil, and carried white and pink pompons in a colonial bouquet. The former Miss Egelhoff Is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School in 1957, and of the Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing in 1960. She recently resigned from the staff of the Wood River Township Hospital. Lieutenant Dempsey, a 1958 alnumus of St. Louis Univer- ship enrollment and the bal- sity ' is an Air Force pilot. ance from the previous season. President Springman reported that status of the financial support which the association har received from Southern Illinois University for the past two seasons was uncertain so far this year. The board agreed to allow any such assistance received this year to apply against the 1962-63 series. Support of the membership enrollment was such as to render the association independent of the SIU support. Re-elected officers of the association Saturday night beside Springman were Miss Vera Jones, vice president; Mrs. John Lowry, of East Alton, treasurer; and Mrs. Robert Lenhardt, secretary. The board adouted a resolution expressing its thanks to Miss Jones for her leadership ' as chairman of the membership enrollment week just closed. Miss Wolf to Be Installed By State Job's Daughters Birthday Party for Diane Schwuchow Miss Diane Schwuchow dniighter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schwuchow, 3030 Brown St., was guest of honor Friday night at a slumber party for 10 girls in her home in observance of her birthday. The guests, classmates of Miss Schwuchow at East Junior High School, presented her with gifts. The party was given hy the parents of the honoree. Correction The formal spring dance of the seventh and eighth grwie groups of the Fortnightly Dancing dub will be held Friday, May 19, and not May 18 as was reported in Saturday's Telegraph. The dance is scheduled to be held in Hotel Stj afford with Mr«. Edward Kenney as chairman, assisted by Mrs Ray Ward. Infant Baptised fiayle Annette, infant rtsugh- tea of Mr. »nd Mrs. William Syddall. 915 Humboldt Ct., wu« baptized Sunday afternoon in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. The Rev. Thomas O'Connor officiated, and sponsors were Mis* lean Panepinta and Joseph Beliltto. During a meeting of Alton Bethel of Job's Daughters Saturday evening in Piasa Masonic Temple, it was announced that Miss Ubby Wolf, belh- el member, will be installed as a grand representative at the grand session in Chicago, April 28 through 30. Mrs. William Kenig. guardian, accepted reservations from bethel members who will attend the session. Louis M'>h- ler and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Weber will accompany the young women to Chicago, and serve as their ohaperones. A certificate in recognition ofthe bethel's recent donat'on to "Bonds for Braces" was presented to the honored queen, Miss Roberta Pointer, by Miss Diana Weber. The certificate will be framed and placed on the wall at the temple. Miss Jeanne Wabenblast reported on the turkey supper served on April 8; and Miss Susan Seifert gave a report on the style show given on April 11. Both events were in the Temple. Because of the junior prom, the date of the next meeting has been changed to May 13, and a group of young women will be initiated at that time. The meeting will be held in the temple at 7:30 o'clock. Mind Your Manner* It's thoughtful to entertain the house guest of a e\nn» friend. At a minimum, at l««Mt call on the visitor. Unwanted H*ir R«mov»4 Forever P«uJ*M ShumbUa, nwmfctr of of 4iuw Flaw ~ Dial HQ MTU Churches "First Things First" will be the theme of the midweek prayer service Wednesday evening in Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day: Saints. Time for the service is 7:30 o'clock. The Junior and Senior Westminster Fellowship of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church went to Bloomington Sunday to attend services at Second Presbyterian Church, and to attend the Passion Play at the Scottish Rite Temple there. St. Rita's Altar Society of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church will meet Tuesday evening in the school hall. A potluck supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Golf Classes Set Golf classes will begin Friday at the YWCA, and will continue for six weeks, it is announced today by Miss Patricia Sperry, physical djrco- tor. Instructors for the claws will be local professional golfer, Ferdy Valdez. Cooking Cites Count on a medium-sized lemon yielding two to three tablespoons of juice. Large Sees Shoiv By Sig-Tri-Hi A capacity audience in The Young Women's Christian Association gymnasium viewed the third annual fashion show staged Sunday by the Sig-Tri- Hi Organization. Mrs. Marvin Wright, Miss Virginia McAfee and Miss Wanda Armstead of East St. Louis, were guest models, each showing several types of apparel. Local models included Mrs. Bessie Kaiser, Mrs. Harry Green. Miss Peggy Sims, Miss Thelma Patterson, Miss Anita Watkins, Miss Karen Webster, Floyd Anderson and Floyd Raglin. Clothing for tiny tots was also shown. Mrs. Grace Favors' was guest commentator. The YWCA dancers were presented under the direction of Mrs. Z. E. Pars. Selections were sung by Miss Carol Henderson and Miss Janice Bellinger. The theme, "April Showers" was spelled in pastel letters on a background. Models walked in a setting of umbrellas and lawn furniture ornamented with pastel carnations. Small parasols centered each table. Members of the Clovers club served as ushers. Proceeds of the event will be used for charitable projects and to aid the building fund for a clubhouse. Returns Home Mrs. Cecil Johnegee, 509 Washington Ave., returned Sunday from Maumee, Ohio, where she was called by the illness of her son, James Jolin- esee, formerly of Alton, Mr. Johnesee underwent surgeiy during his mother's visit. To Attend Seminar Area people will attend a seminar on the sale of plastics in Indianapolis beginning April 19 and continuing for 3 days, They are Fannie Graziana, Juanita Wells, Mftxine Living* ston, and Muriel Gravtlle. JIFFY HEEL UftVIU DOWNTOWN SHOE MFAII Uwosi Fran ftowt) ALTON CHAPTER SWEET ADELINES, Inc. BENEFIT DANCE Tutsdoy, April 10 Dancing 8 'til U 428 Gust Brc«4way MUSIC IY TNI ILUI NOTES t tut* •writ* e Nm Itf l*t Qmtmn it ww MRS. ALBAN T. RUSSELL Miss Kriege Married In Edwardsville Church Miss Margaret Mary Kriege, daughter of Harold Kriege, 150 East Dunn St., Edwardsville, and the late Alma Bierbaum Kriege, became the bride of Alban T. Russell Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Immanuel Methodist Church, Edwardsville. Rev. Dr. Frank E. Harris, pastor, officiated. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Russell, 5112 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. Mrs. Steven Groves was matron of honor and Mrs. WaHer Schramm, sister-in-law of the bride, was bridesmaid. James R. Cranfill, a cousin of the groom, was best man, and Lt. Walter Schramm, was groomsman. Ushers were George Schramm and Carl Bierhaum. The bride wore a floor length gown of silk organza over taffeta with three-quarter length sleeves, lace bodice and sweet- heart neckline. She carried a white orchid and stephanotis bouquet. Her attendants were gowned identically In lavender organza over taffeta, sheath gowns with overskirts and carried nosegay bouquets of violets and stephanotis. A repeption was held in the church social rooms immediately following the ceremony. The bride, a 1960 graduate of the University of Illinois and member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, is employed as a teacher of Spanish in the Long Beach, Calif. Public School System. The groom is employed as a production engineer by Beckman Instruments, Anaheim, Calif., and was graduated from Texas Technological College, Class of 1955, and is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. The couple will make their home at 310 Marguerite Ave., Corona Del Mar, Calif. Miss Fessler to Marry William P. O'Neal in July Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fessler of Dow are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, Darlene Janet, and William P. O'Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of Godfrey. The wedding will be an event of July 22 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Beltrees, with the Rev. Leonard Rathgeh officiating. Miss Fessler was graduated from Jersey Community High School in 1957, and her fiance is a 1955 graduate of Marquette High School. Cannons Visit Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cannon and three children of Danville, spent the week-end here as guests of Mr. Cannon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cannon of 925 McPfoer- son Ave. Fashion Facts The very palest stocking shades are the newest in Paris. Not white nor pink nor gray but just very pale and pretty. * MISS FESSLER PRCE.TICN JUNIOR WOMIN'S APPARIl PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP «0>9 ttontrol Ave. HO 9. BOX STORAGE PHONE HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY UNTIL FALL DESSERT CARD PARTY Spontortdby SS Peter A Paul'. Parent* Club IN THI PARISH HALL 101 Stvft Strttt THURSDAY, April 20,-8:00 P.M. Donation 11.88 «M to you* It yen BEAUTY CULTURE OcUy • ftw Ma**! tl study, FOUI STATI ACCIEDITID TIACNIIS " -— -.. CINTRAL ILLINOIS IIAUTY SCHOOL 4 mil kMw» mm* to Monty

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