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MQSUXTSSN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WBDNEIDAY, APRIL U, SMI MR. AND MRS. DAVID SCHAFER were married Sunday evening in St. John's Kvangelical and Rrforrnpd Church, Brighton, with the ftev. A. L. Schielnr officiating. Mrs. Schafer ii the former Miis Marie Lagpmann.— Photo hy McLoiiwr. J,unrheofl At Country Club Women of Rock Siring Country Club opened the 1953 season with a luncheon and rnrd parly Tuesday, and 138 members .and gues.t£ were in attendance. The tables were decorated with 'arrangements of spring blossoms. Mrs. Douglas J. Knowles, president, extended a welcome, and presented, other officers and committee chairmen, including Mrs. C. R. Ditto, vice- president; Mrs. Ross Armbruster, secretary; Mrs. Gordon A. Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Zimmerman Jr., golf chairman; Mrr,. Paul J. O'Neill, St. Louis District chairman; Mrs. Mont E. Bodine, Little District chairman; Mrs. Nelson L. McBrien, golf rules, chairman; Mrs. Charles J.#iemphlll, card committee chairman; Mrs. J. E. McBurney, house chairman; Mrs. John C. Fallon, hostess chairman, and Mrs. O. J. Knapp, locker chairman. , Club officers were hostesses, and attendance prizes were received by Mrs. Paul J. Schleeper, Wood River, Mrs. J. Alden Extrom, and Mrs. George E. Bassford. Cards fallowed luncheon, and table prizes were received by Mrs. H. Nelson Snhwep'pe, Mrs. George Hine, Mrs. Henry McAdams, Mrs. Thomas Butler; Mrs. George Fisrher Sr,, Mrs. Walter Klasner, Mrs. L. H. Holland, Mrs. J. M. Tchoukaleff, Mrs/ Paul E. Armstrong, Mrs. Earl Linkogle, Mrs. F. N. Orr, Mrs. C. C. Tallman, Mrs. J. Alden Extrom, Mrs. J. E. Mahoney, Mrs. J. R. Dale, Miss Amelia B. Ringemann, Mrs. W. J. Bengel, Mrs. William Pybas, Mrs. R. E. Keller, Mrs. J. Palmer Hawkins, Mrs. J. E. Wilske, Mrs. H. A. Bennett, Mrs. E. W. Brown, Mrs. John T. Brown, Mrs. L. P. Glriber, Mrs. J. D. McDonald, Mrs. Alvin K. Stol/p, Mrs. LoRoy VV. Ruhrighl. Mrs. Gordon A. Smith, Mrs E. C. Norton, Mrs. P. J. O'Neill and Mrs. J. A. Maloney. Club officers will be gunsls of the women's group Tuesday, April 21. Reservations will be received until Monday hy Mrs. John Fallon and her ro-rhair- man, Mrs. Paul A. Maley. rook-Besaw Wedding Sunday Afternoon Kenneth Cook of Roxana, and Miss Shirley Besaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. .7. Besaw of 307 North Main St., Wood River, were married at L o'clock Sunday afternoon in Mt. Gideon General Baptist Church. Kast Alton, and the Rev. Raymond White officiated, using the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a white linen suit with while accpssorjps and hrr corsage was of red rosr- hurls. The couple's attendants wrrr Miss Mabol Crocker and Gene Foster. Miss Crocker wore a pink linen frock with a white jacket and white accessories and a red rosebud corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Besaw enter- tamed with a reception at their home following the wedding. The dining room was decorated with bouquets of pink carnations and white snapdragons, and a tier wedding rake centered the refreshment table. About 30 guests were present. The i-ouple are residing in Roxana. Mr. Cook, son of the latp Mr. and Mrs. Charles p. Cook of Columbus, Mo., served tor three years in the U. S. Army and was discharged March 15. He is employed by Western Cartridge Co. Before her marriage Mrs. Cook was employed by Foster's Lunch Room in Wood River. Cla* Uiaoer TuMday Philathea Class ot the First Methodist Church had a covered dish dinner Tuesday night. Miss Birdie Rufdin. Mrs. Herschel Oooley, and Mrs. R. S. Casey w»r« hostesses. Mrs. E. DeShedia led in rte- vetkmls preceding the business Married In Ralurrlay Miss Bernell llnug became I IIP bride of Airman Second Class Forrest Narup in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Joseph Enright at 8 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Mary's Church, Brussels, The bride, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward Haug of Golden Eagle, entered the church with her brother, Clifford Haug, who escorted her to the church sanctuary., i Miss Haug wore n ballerina length while lace and nylon tulle gown styled with long sleeves, a filled bodice, and a Peler Pan collar nf lace. The fan plealerl tulip skirl had nn overskirl of lace edged with handkerchief points. The bride's finger-tip veil was held by a lace Juliet hat trimmed with tiny seed pearls, and pearl earrings were- her only jewelry. She carried a prayer book topped by a white orchid. Miss Mary Ann Haug was maid of honor and sole attendant for her cousin. She appeared in an orchid ballerina length frock of lace and tulle with a matching headpiece. She carried a bouquet of rose carnations. The bridegroom had Stanley Pohlman as his best man. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Narup of Brussels, parents of the bridegroom, entertained with a wedding breakfast immediately after the. ceremony. Saturday aflernoon a recaption took place in Brussels American Legion Hall, and that night a dance was held in the hall honoring the bride and groom and was attended by a large group of their relatives and friends. Airman and Mrs. Narup will leave the latter part of the month for Fairchild, Wash., where the bridegroom is stationed at an air force base. Airman and Mrs. Narup attended the Brussels Community High School. Airman Narup altended Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, before entering service, and his bride \vas employed by Miller's Mutual Insurance Co., until resigning to complete plans for her wedding. KdwanlMvilln (ilrl Receives Honors Miss Joan W. Harrison, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Harrison, 217 North Kansas St., Kdwardsville, was guest of honor at a scholarship banquet al the Delia Gamma Sorority chapter house, University of Illinois. Miss Harrison, a senior in the school of education, ma.jor- jnq in kindergarten, was awarded a diamond anchor tor the highest grades in I he sorority and a gold ring for the most improvement in grades of any chapter member and for being in the most extra-circuliar activities. Miss Harrison was graduated from Monticello College in 1951 and entered the University of Illinois in her junior year. She is active in social work in the Young Women's Christian Association, is a member of discussion and forum groups, and social chairman of Pan Hel- lanic, the governing body of sorority activities. MISS Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gardner of 215 Tenth St., Wood River, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Donna Lorraine, to Billie Eftsley, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Easley, ].'!5 West Fourth St., Roxana. Miss Gardner is a 1052 graduate of Roxann High School, find is now employed as n switchboard operator in the office of International Shoe Co., Hartford. Mr. Kaslcy attended school at Salem and is employed by the R&R Construction Co. Bernard Jam PA Mcflraw Christened Sunday Bernard James, son of Mr. find Mrs. Jerry McGraw of ,125 Douglas St., was christened by Ihe Rev. Brendan Keane at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in Old Cathedral. Mr, and Mrs. Al Springman, tiricle and aunt of the baby were sponsors. Hernard .lames is Ihe first chilrl of Mr. and Mrs. MKiraw and Mrs, McGraw is the former Miss Frances Sleinmctz of Junction Cily, Kan. Mr. nnd Mm. A. F. Wiseman Honored Monday, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wiseman of 434 Monroe St., East Alton, were guests of honor at a surprise party Monday evening at the Westerner Club, on Ihe occasion of their twenty-fifth or silver anniversary. A covered dish dinner was served and a social evening was pn.joyed by Ihe <10 guests. Gifls were received by the guests of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Wiseman, who were married in Alton April 14, 1928, have recently moved to East Alton from Brighton \yhcre they lived six and a half years. The couple have spent their married life in this community. They are parents of two daughters, Mrs. Keith (Nancy) Wilton and Miss Mary Wiseman. Miss Shirley Jean Bell Guest of Honor Mrs. Elmer F. Weslerhold nnd Mrs. Rudy C. Sowders entertained Saturday evening! with a pantry shower honoring Miss Shirley Jean Bell of Wood River, fiancee ot their nephew, Howard W. Boxley. The party was given at the country home of Mrs. Westerhold on the Alton-Greenville Rd. The shower motif, in soft pastel shades, was used throughout the house. The table on which the gifts we're deposited was covered with a cloth in the shower theme and was centered with a silver sprinkling can con- t|3ining pink daisies. Suspended over the flowers was an umbrella of net, matching the flowers in color. The guests, 16 in number, played bunco and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert G. Rehnen, Miss Nancy Hoffmann, and Mrs. John J. Bell. An al- . tendance pri/.e was presented to Miss Nina R. Murphy, When refreshments were served the shower motif was again carried out in the table decorations and at each guest's place was a small mint 'cup wilh a tiny umbrella attached. l)cun-<;imiiu>snn Wedding Saturday Miss Norma G i m m e s o n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gimmeson of 108 Jennings Ave., Wood River, and Floyd Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dean, 832 Rice St., Wood River, will be married Saturday evo- ning at 7 o'clock in the Assembly of God Church, First St. and Penning Ave., Wood River. A reception will follow at \Vil- nuir Acres. Mr. Dean is home on leave and will report April 'J7 for overseas duty in the Far Kast. Prospective Bride Honored Tuesday Miss Marcella Faye Furtvven- gler, prospectve bride of Richard E. Weber, was honored at a pre-nuptial party Tuesday night given by Miss Beverly Strahan in the private dining room of Selhime's. Sixteen guests were present and enjoyed bunco and connubial consequences. Mrs. Floyd Roderfeld, Mrs. Harold Wilken, Th* next meeting will he i (Mftixi«y party, THURSDAY SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER Stewed Chicken and Dumplings SJ.10 CHILDREN'S PLATES 65c Potato**, Salad, Hot Biseuite and SAVOY CAFE from | «.pt. to 1 'M p.m. FINE FOODS Alton Women to Be Honored At YWCA Dinner April 22 Six Alton women will receive upeelnl tribute nf B dinner program Wednesday, April 22, at the Voting Women's Christian Association when n history of woman's «c- wmpHfihments In the community w'll he presented. Mrs. Sophia Demnth nnd Mrs. tt. M. Schweppe will be honored for their outstanding devotion to welfare and organizational duties. Mrs. Cora D. Rohland will be commendod for musical contribution of the Mendelssohn Society and the Dominant Ninth choral group. Mrs. Paul 13. Cousley will he honored for her literary contributions, and tribute will be paid to the women of the William Eliot Smith family for their contributions nnd interest in encouraging projpcts for personal and city betterment. Group, Individual and civic benefits inspired hy Miss Katharine Dickinson are also to be enumerated when recognition Is given her for work in the community and with her own Cam- rrnln Chorus. Of Ihe women to be honored, Mrs. Cousley and Miss Eunice Smith of the William Kliot Smith family, are Alton Residents. The deaths of Mrs. fcemuth, Mrs. Schweppe, Mrs. Rohland and Miss Dickinson In years gone by caused a great loss to the community, The historical narrative will link more than 25 women with the founding of rlubs and buildings that stand today as monumental symbols of their contributions to the community. The salute to local women of the past and present will reveal how their pioneer- Ing efforts Instituted and organized groups and civic centers in Alton today. Historical and personal information needed to prepare this document was compiled by the Young Women's Christian Association during the past, two months and the salute to woman's accomplishments will be their local program theme In observance of National YWCA Week April 19-25. The historical program will begin with dinner at 6 p.m., and a "showcase" of exhibits elsewhere In building of work being done in the YWCA today will follow with presentations of the Kupples Kluh Singers, an exhibit of crafts nnd water ballet. * Miss Dicksie Kpssmnn, and Miss Cordelia Schuette were awarded pri/es. Gifts for Miss Furtvvengler, whose marriage will take place Sunday, were arranged ; on a table beneath a green and pink decorated parasol. The table was centered with five dolls representing a bridal party. Refreshments were served aflcr the gifts had hern opened by the bride-elect. Hesse, To Wed on May Ifl A May 16 wedding is being planned by Miss Lorraine Anne Hesse and Walter A. Hayes. The couple's marriage will take place at 9 o'clock in the morning in St. Ambrose Church on Greenwood Lane, Godfrey. Miss Hesse, whose engage- ment was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Hesse of 8 Rosa Ave., Godfrey, will have her sister, Mrs. .lames Fit/gibbons, as her matron of honor, and Miss Dorothy Greele and Miss Nancy Kennedy will be bridesmaids. The hririegroom-to-hp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Hayes, 3291 Hawthorne Blvd., will have Louis Hesse, twin brother of the bride as best man, and Paul Hans and Ronald Kennedy will be groomsmen. ACE Meeting Thursday At Haskell House Association of Childhood Education will have a meeting Thursday evening at Haskell House, and a Sniirtleff group will provide music. St. Hlizaheth's Brunch At St. Mary's Hall Quarterly meeting of St. Elizabeth's Branch, Western Catholic Union,, will be held Thursday night, 8 o'clock, in St.. Mary's School Hall. Mrs. Adolph Betz will be social chairman. Exchangettes' Meeting At Hotel Stratford Alton Exchangette Club will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, in Hotel Stratford. DeMolay Mothers' Dinner Tonight Mothers Auxiliary to the Order of DeMolay will have a covered dish dinner tonight, 6:30 o'clock, at Franklin Masonic Temple. After dinner the women will join the DeMolays and Rainbow Girls for a special program. SI. France* Guild With Mrs. YaandlA St. Prances Guild, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, met Tuesday nisht with Mrs. Eleanor Yeandle and Mrs. M. F. Gilman at the home of Mrs. Yean- dle in Northmoor place. After dessert the Rev. James Me- Clain, rector, led in devotions and talked on the Confraternity of the Holy Eucharist. Mrs. Luella Halsey Herzler spoke on a trip she made to Ihe BESTSELLERS' IN MIDWEST CHICAGO 'Ai Reported by U*dln| Botklttnpi) Fiction— "The S4Jver Chalice,' "Steamboat Gothic," "East ol Eden," "The Second Happieit Day," "CUnt." "Oesiree," "Oolcjen Admiral." Nonflctton— "Abraham Uncolrt.' "A Man Called Peter." "O Rugged Land of Gold." ••Holy Bible; Reviled Standard Ver»ion," '•Abraham Lincoln," "The Power at Po«itive Thinking." fiction - "tan ol Bden." "April Snow," "Deairee," "The Silver Chalice," "The Sojoiurner," "The Man on a Donkey." "The Wonderful Cpuntry." "Gianl." Nonfiction — "Annapurna. "A Man Called Peter. ..... rh» Silent World," "Abraham Lincoln,' "The Power of Positive Thinking," "The Thurber Album," "This 1 Believe-" fiction— "Steamboat Gothic." "Giant "Toe Second Happi»«t Pay" "The End of th» Affai*.' "Th» Cain* Mutiny." "O*. jiree." "Th« Silver Chalic*." "£•«» al " -, 41bu»," The Power ol Positive Thinking." 'Holy Bible: Revittd Standard Version," "A Man Call** Peter," "Ann*. purna." "Good lor * Uugh." "Abraham Lincoln." ALTON „ (At K*Berte<l b» tUthtr'*) fiction— "O»id«B Admiral" "DwirM, •Bast ol Bdeo,' "The Silver Chajice "You U* Jury," "f b* Second H»ppi*»t Day." "StMunbaat Ootbic," "GiMt" NonficUon-"O Bugged Land ol Gold." "Thi» I Believe." "Abraham Lincoln," Holy Bible: Bevi**4 Standard Version." 'A Man Called Peter." "The Power ol Powtive Thinking," "Good for « Laugb." Holy Land, and plans were made for a rummage sale April 24. The Guild will have a curd parly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Grover on Washington Ave., May 12. H. of t. Communion- Breakfast .Sunday, April JO Members of Alton Circle, 37, National Daughters of Isabella, \vi!l attend 8:30 mass at St. Matthew's Church Sunday, April ID, and receive communion. Women of St. Matthew's will serve breakfast after mass, and reservations must be made by the Daughters by Thursday, April 16. Public Affairs Committee Luncheon-Meeting Public affairs committee of the Young Women's Christian Association will meet Thursday, 1 o'clock, at the Association, arirl "Civil Liberties" will be studied. Luncheon will be served, and committee members arc asked lo make reservations. Bridge Refresher Group at YWCA A refresher class in bridge will take place Thursday, 1:30 o'clock, at the Young Women's Christian Association. Volunteer Instructors will be Mrs. Mason M. Handle, Mrs. Carl Hershey, Mrs. Auguste Hershey, Mrs. William Pybas and Mrs. A. W. Brandhorst. Upper Alton Woman's Club In Meeting Mrs. H. Clark Foster, president, reviewed "The Stones of the House" by Theodore Morrison before the Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday at the home, of Miss Augusta Noble and Miss Carolyn Wempen, on Leverett Ave. Mrs. F. R. Seavy presided nt yesterday's business session, and Mrs. W. C. Buchanan read Federation communications. During a social hour refreshments were served by the hostesses. The club's annual business session and election of officers will take place April 28 at a meeting to be held with Mrs. U. P. Johnson and Mrs. G. Ray Swain, Pre-Niiptial Tarty For Miss Paris Miss Charlotte Paris, whose marriage to Pvt. Rholand Lange, stationed nt Fort Belvoir, Vs., will take place Friday, was guest of honor at a pre-nuptial party Sunday afternoon at the Onized Club. Mrs. Edna Lange and Mrs. John Kerwin were hostesses. Miss Paris was presented with miscellaneous, gifts. Games provided entertain- ROCK SPRING COUNTRY CLUB OFFICERS are pictured chatting after luncheon was served Tuesday, opening day for women's activities at the club. Cards were played during the afternoon. Womrn arc from the left, Mrs. Ross Armbrustrr, secretary; Mrs. C. R. Ditto, vice president; Mrs. D. J. Knowlps. president; and Mrs. Cordon A. Smith, treasurer.—Staff photo. Births Relatives here have received word of the birth at. 5:52 a.m. Tuesday in the Methodist Hospital, Southern California, at Los Angeles, of a seven pound and 10 ounce daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bonnell. This is their second child nnd daughter who has been named Carolyn Jeanne, the older daughter being Becky SUP, 4. Mrs. Bonnell, a graduate of Alton Memorial Hospital, has been on the hospital staff at the Los Angeles hospital for two years and • Mr. Bonnell is studying at the Los Angeles Baptist Theological Seminary. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Holt of 1033 Wallace Street, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonriell, 2613 Yager St. A daughter, Mclinda Lee. \vas born lo Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davis, 688 Halloran AVP., Wood River, at 12:10 a.m., Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. She weighed six pounds and 1.1 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Davis have a son, Scott, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oliva, 15 South Main St., Wood River, are announcing the birth of a son at 7:24 a.m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Nicholls, Rt. 1, Granite City, are parents of a daughter born at 5:02 p.m., Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Card of Rt. 1, Belhalto, have given the name of Calhleen Lynn, to a daughter, born at: 8:13 p.m., Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby • °ighs six pounds and four ounces. v son, Paul Frederick, their th ,d child, was born at 8:48 a.m., Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Sandford, 2220 Alby St. The baby weighs eight pounds, one ounce. Their other children are Deborah Jane, 2, arid Charlotte Marie, 1. Personal Notes Glenn Elwood has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steele of 2501 Johnson St., as the name of ment and refreshments were served towards the close of the afternoon. Twenty guests were present, and Mrs. Ed Fishgall, St. Louis; Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mrs. Neal Mercer and Miss Ruth Borders, St. Charles, Mo., were awarded prizes. Huh Debs With Mian DrexelhiB The Alpha Phi Sub Debs will meet this evening, 7:30 o'clock, with 1 Miss Bonnie Drexelius, 1U6 Logan St.. Mrs. Elizabeth Finlay, wife of Executive Secretary Frank D. Finlay of the Alton-Wood River Region Community Chest, Inc., is a patient in the Deaconess Hospital, SI. Louis, where she expects • to undergo surgical treatment Thursday. Milwaukee, Wis., April 15.— Pat Klinke, 715 Blair Ave., Alton, is a new pledge of Kappa Beta Gamma, national socfal sorority, at Marquette University. Miss Klinke is a freshman in the college of liberal arts aj: Marquette and a member of the Three I Club. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Knapp and John Morgan returned Tuesday from North Miami, Fla., where they spent five weeks. Mrs. Krnest L. Booch of Amarillo, Tex., has departed after a several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tucker, 815 Valley drive, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Olin of Fairmount have arrived from Lodge Notes Carlin Rebekah Lodge, 248, will meet at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in the lodge hall in North Alton. Officers of' District 26 will be guests. Eagles Auxiliary will meet tonight, and complete plans for an installation of officers-elect. , Colombia's government. Banco Popular has been authorized to make loans to small industry, Bogota reports. • • ' their sixth child. The baby, weighing nine pounds, 10 ounces, was born at 3:54 p.m., Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. .A seven pound and 10 ounce son was born at 1:54 p.m., Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Fred* Autenrieb of Rt. 3, Edwardsville. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Estle Sessions, 2717 Viewland Ave. The baby, weighing eight pounds and five ounces, was born at 12:13 a.m., today in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morrissey of 400 Foulds Ave., are parents of a daughter, weighing eight pounds and six ounces. The baby was born at 12:58 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Morrissey have two other children, Paula, 4%, and Danny,. 1. Hobe Sound, Fla., where they enjoyed an extended stay st their winter home. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. E. Bassetl. of Fnlrmount spent th« Easier holidays wilh Mr. and Mr». Olin. i Airman First Class Don G. Gerard, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gerard, 2116 State St.. has been transferred from Empife, Mich., A C &W Squadron, to Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, where he will take advance radio school training. He has been in service two years and took basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. J. B. Hawk Sr., of Roodhouse, spent the week-end visiting her sisters, Mrs. Goldie Quann and Mrs. Lattie Cunningham, 723 East Sixth St. Mrs. Cunningham left by train this morning for Greek Lake, Wis., where she 1 will he employed for HIP nerd six months at the American Baptist Assembly. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Tom Aldridge nnd son visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Kendrick, 272 Haller Avenue, East Alton, and with Mr. and Mrs. David Goehl and son, 731 Rosedale Dr., Rosewood Heights. Sgt. and Mrs; Aldridge and son stopped enroute to their home at Hopkinsville, Ky., from Monmouth, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Wade of Toledo, O., are touring Europe. Mrs. M. A. Reasoner of Prospect St., is visiting relatives and friends in Chicago and vicinity. Mrs. O. K. Hope of San Diego, Calif., is visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Hamer, 1212 McPherson St. She will be joined later by her daughter, Mrs. Robert Me- Faddin (Colleen Hope), and Mrs. McFaddin's daughter, Kathy, also of San Diego. Lt. Leland Kreid, son of Mr. »nd Mrs. Leland Kreid, will depart Fridey for the West enroute for Far East duty after a pre-em> barkation leave spent with his parents at the family home in Godfrey. Lt. Kreid, who entered service in May of 1952, has been stationed at Transportation Center, Fort Eustis, Va., in the capacity of managing and budgeting officer for the Transportation Port Training Command. Mrs. Helen Rohde of the Queer Insurance Agency is leaving Friday for a 10-day vacation in Washington, Philadelphia and Williamsburg. While in Washington, Mrs. Rohde will attend the Daughters of the American Revolution Continental Congress, April 20 to 24. panty les and girdles 3 98 WiSt dear, your're fashion* and figure-lovely even to bras, girdles and garter belts in tke traditional IP/ing colon, S.. M., L Siitf ItASSIillS To Match II-M • it I QBbr \ ALTON FIAS4 HOME BEAUTY on a BUDGET with our FINER DRYCLEANING See the glorious difference our color-bright drycleaning makes in your home. Drapes, slipcovers, curtains, blankets, spreads blossom out in original decorator eel vs.,. look sparkling new again. And best of all, it costs M little to give your home new charm and beauty, DRAPES BLANKETS CURTAINS 8EOSMIAOS SlIPCOVEW For Greater Value — Greater Savings, Try Us • Dry Oluatrt • Ru( OiiiMrt rill PICK-UP AND DILIVUV UJtVICI Ml fAST IIOAOWAY DIAL i-nn

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