Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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-n. '• , e-t. > Al/PQM 8 fiaH Mr. Walker Wed MRS. WALKER Hopyffieening in Texas art William Douglas Walker of Rosewood Heights end Ms fcrlde Of Saturday, the tetttter Miss Anna Beth Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Ball, 3562 Biscayne Blvd. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Walker of 137 W. Haller Drive, Rosewood Heights. the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor officiated at the marriage of the couple at 6 p.m. in Calvary Baptist Church, which was decorated with candelabra and bouquets of white gladioli and rose asters. The newlyweds received friends in the church social rooms. A cathedral train, embellished with re-embroidered Alencon lace and crystal motifs, was at; tached to the bride's glo-light satin empire-styled gown. Her forward headpiece of lace and BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Klasner, 2225 Ridge Dr., a son, Michael Joseph, 6 pounds and 15. ounces, 1:21 p.m., Saturday, St. Josfeph's Hospital. Elder chil- Thomas, 4, and Ann, 2^. ' ' UgllSt Planned r MISS NASELLO Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Nasello of Rte. 1, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter', Dianne Sue, to Stanley Roberts, son of Mrs. Charlotte Roberts of 2805 Sanford Ave., and the late John Roberts. Miss Nasello is a 1964 graduate of Alton High School, and is employed by Olin Works. Her fiance graduated from the same high school, and is employed by the Laclede Steel Company. IJhe couple will be married on Aug. 31. secured ft fiyteft Illusion' veil, afid she carried a cascade of mixed flowers centered with ft white orchid and accented with hahn's ivy. Her sister and Mr. Walkers sister were in her bridal party which consisted of Mrs- Fred E. Cox, matron of honor; Miss Barbara Jean Walter, a friend from Edwardsville; and Miss Harriet Gay Walker. The women wbre rose-colored satin A-line floor length gowns with rose lace sleeves, and matching headpieces with veils, their .bouquets were made of rose asters, lime green grapes, manzanita twigs and. foliage. Gary L. Edsall served as best man, and the gro&msmen were Kenney Rader of Wood River and ,Roger C. Lowery of Roxana. Fred E. Cox and Randy Rader were ushers, and candles were lighted by Carol Maynard and'Martha Bellman, The bride, a graduate of Alton High School, is a junior student at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, and is employed in the SIU registrar's office. • Mr. Walker is a territorial manager for International Paper Co., Dallas, Tex., and is a graduate of Roxana High School and SIU. The couple will live in Dallas. AMERICAN DESIGNER SERIES — Geoffrey Beene, designer of Lynda Byrd Robb's wedding dress, presented these offerings and others from his collection at the American designers series of fall style previews.' At left is Beene's doughboy look with a khaki pleated skirt, belted jacket with epaulets, and cap. At right is a black slinky evening crepe with a button down front and bosom and leg exposure. (AP Wirephoto) Fall Jacket Pamper yourself with a pretty Jacket you'll love for cozy cover- up all year. f^JWofl loves ruffles! Cro, Jacket in crazy shell stitch fingering yarn, rayon- ring. Pattern 688: sizes Included, oenUto coins for each We for each pa> lajss !TPfllMr\|[ and f, Send to Uura AluuiTelegra . if^QOiwtf flPW^ Mr. and Mrs. John E. Schwe- gd, ,911 Cheri St:, Ferguson, Mo,, a son, 8 pounds and 1 ounce, 1:35 p.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, J. Andrew, 2, and David A., 1. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vcn- tress, 3707 E. Doerr, a son, 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 9 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Darla, 11, Christina, 9, and Dawn, 7. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bushy, Grafton, a son, 7 pounds and 2 ounces, 10:31 a.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Gina, 5, Randy; 3, and Scott, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ursprung, Rte. 2, Edwardsville, a daughter, 6 pounds and 14 ounces, 6:10 p.m., Saturday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Five elder children. Mr. and Mrs. -Donald Bensman, 810 McKinley, a daughter, 7 pounds and 3 ounces, 7:05 p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Debbie, 1(%, Jim, 9, and Tom, 7%. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bricker, a daughter, 7 pounds and 7 ounces, 3:19 p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Jessica Anne, 8, and Joy Darlene, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reese, 2725 Bostwick, a daughter, 7 pounds and 14 ounces, Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Thomas, 7%, Sharon, 6, and Timothy, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Hunter, 916 Gold St., a daughter, 13 pounds and 1 ounce, 7:10 p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Seven elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schnettgoecke, Carrollton, a son, 8:46 a.m. Sunday, Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wetter, 404 Seminole, Edwardsville, a daughter, 9:40 a.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Weight seven pounds and two ounces. The mother is the former Mary Marie Paproth. Honeymoon in the Bahamas MRS. DEPPER A double-ring ceremony was read at 7 p.m. Saturday in Concordia Lutheran Church, Cottage Hills, at. the marriage of Miss Jackye Lynn Ranz of East Alton, to John A. Depper of Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ranz, 341 Goulding Ave., East Alton. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Depper Sr. of Cottage Hills. The Rev. John A. Sauers officiated at the wedding, and the couple received friends afterward in the Wood River Eagles' Hall. The bride's cousin, Miss Joyce Darlene Grissom, was her maid of honor, and Mem Ellen Ranz was her sister's junior bridesmaid. Helen Marie Grissom was flower girl. Gerald Depper, best man, and Larry DeWerff and Lester Kramer, groomsmen; attended Mr. Depper. The bride wore a poie de sole cage gown of white silk organza trimmed on the bodice and bell sleeves with embroidered lace. Her cathedral train was edged in lace .appliques and daisies, and her organza flower headpiece held a bouffant veil. She carried a cascade of carnations, roses, lilies of the valley and ivy. Her maids appeared in gowns of mint green nylon sheer with controlled skirts, and floating back panels. Their bouquets contained mint green carnations with white ribbons. Mr. Depper owns and operates Jack's Standard Service in Wood River. Mrs. Depper, a former employe of National Auto Supply, resigned to complete plans for her marriage. The couple will honeymoon at Miami Beach and the Bahamas, and will live in the Carroll Wood Apartments, Wood River. Moore-Jemison Vows Exchanged MRS. MOORE Miss Joyce Jemi?on, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jemison of 1111 Milnor Ave., became the bride of William Moore at 4 p.m. Saturday in St. James Baptist Church. The couple received friends in the church fellowship hall after their wedding. Miss Gloria Jemison, sister of the bride, was her maid of honor. The Misses Beverly Pinder, Barbara Wagner and Jacqueline Vander were bridesmaids. Tracy Webster was the flower-girl. The bride wore a floor length gown of organza over taffeta with re-embroidered Alencon lace and seed pearl trim on the bodice, and a Watteau chapel train with lace appliques. Her illusion veil was gathered to a floral cluster headpiece, and she carried a formal cascade of white roses and daisies with ivy and foliage. Her sister and the bridesmaids wore gowns of pink chiffon over taffeta with white lace bodices and flowing back panels. Their headpieces matched their gowns, and their bouquets were sheaf arrangements of white and deep rose carnations with strands of ivy. Attendants to Mr. Moore Were Essie Robinson of Morganfield, Ky., best man, and the groomsmen, Edward Crawford, Paul Patterson and Hubert Cannon. Mr. Cannon and Mr. Patterson were candle-lighten, and Curtis Johnson was ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are em- ployes of Olin Works. She is a 1965 graduate of Alton High School, and he attended schools in Evansville, Ind. He is the son of Mrs. Geneva Moore, 2012 Salu St., and William Moore of Chicago. The couple will live at 1018 Elliott Ave. Avenues of Fashion for Men A Look at The 'Designer' Look By 0. E. SCHOEFFLER Fashion Director of Esquire Magazine Within recent years, the "designer" of men's fashions has come to signify almost as much to men's wear as the "couturier" does for the distaff side. And the more you become conscious of the new 1 ideas in masculine apparel, the more conscious you'll become of the differences between their designs. To wit: » * * • Dear Mr. Sctoeffler: I've heard tbat men's clothes desip' ers 9x9 known for their different "looks." IB this true? If so, what are some of them?— W.E.B., Cleveland. DEAR W.E.B.: Yes, indeed it Is true! Some of the names you ought to be aware of are Pierre Cardin in Paris. He is noted {or the slim, shaped Jacket, trimly cut trousers and you're very UkeJy in with its closely furled brim. Hardy Amies of London is another. He, too, likes shape, but it's generally with a more generously cut "skirt" on the suit jacket, forming a more definite contrast. One of his trademarks is the cuffless trouser that's cut on the diagonal— front-to'back — which gives a good-looking line over the shoe. In this country, two up-and- coming designers whose clothes you are likely to find in local stores are Bill Blass and John Weitz. Here again, both think of some sort of shape as particularly flattering to the male physique (with which I concur). Since Blass and Weitz are basically American in their outlook, they design in a somewhat more casual vein, and their sportswear, especially, reflects this attitude. One thing to keep in inind when you're "checking aut" these various designers is that none of them really co»c*o- on one look* instead,. each of them, in each of his collections, offers a number of looks, for business wear, for dress, for leisure and for sports —but each look reflects the fashion philosophy of the individual designer. * * * • Last Roundup of Fashion Questions Today's column will, as they say in retailing circles, "close out" the current list of fashion questions we've received. Again, it covers a multitude of ideas and uncertainties which we do our best to answer. Pear Mr. Schoeffler: I recently bought a black vinyl hat In Europe, and I'm wondering if It can be worn to the office, or Is it only suitable for snorts? K.L.J., Baltimore. DEAR K.L.J.: It sounds very much like a rato hat I bought in Ewqpe not long ago. If so, it can be worn anywhere. In tee rain, of course! Hear Mr * o^kttffW: finould the bottom button on a vest be buttoned or not? I've seen them worn both ways.—C.L., Rochester. DEAR C.L.: It'depends on the style of the vest. Most of them are cut to be buttoned and, therefore, ought to be. There's nothing worse than a little piece of shirt pouching out underneath a vest! Some vests, however, are cut on an angle where the bottom button and buttonhole are placed. These cannot be buttoned with any success. Dear Mr. Schoeffler: What is a "BilMKA" fabric?-R.M.G., Norfolk, DEAR R.M.G.: What gives a fabric a "nobbed" appearance is that a single thread may be both thick and thin during its length, giving it an Irregular rather than a smooth appearance. A good example of a "nubbed" fabric is shantung, which you can see in both suite and sport Jackets this season. Miss Blankenship Is Bride White gladioli, palms and candelabra Were used to decorate the Bethalto Presbyterian Church Saturday for the wed* ding of Miss Ruth Ann Blankenship of Bethalto, and Stanley R. Schallenberg of Brighton. The Rev. Wayne Hoxsie, pastor, officiated at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony. The Schallenbergs received friends afterward in Bethalto Community Center. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. George Blankehship, 334 N. Kingdom St., Bethalto. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schallenberg, Brown street, Brighton. The bride wore an A-line taffeta skimmer with a floor length modified cage overdress of Chantilly lace. A removable chapel train of the same lace was gathered to a back bow, and a pearl crown held her fingertip illusion veil in place. Her cascade of butterfly roses and carnations was interspersed with carnations tinted to match the pastel shades of her attendants' gowns. The women's A-line karati a 1981 Southwestern High School graduate, is employed by Olin Works. cloth ensembles featured came- lot trains, and organza flower- fall headpieces with veils. Their cascade bouquets of carnations were dyed to match their gowns. tn the party were Miss Bonnie Blankenship, the bride's sister and maid of honor; and four bridesmaids, Mrs. Carl Raby, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. George Collins and Miss Diana Schallenberg, sister of the bridegroom. George Collins was best man. The groomsmen were Robert Jones; the bride's brother, Donald Blankenship; and Frank Graham and Donald Westfall. Kenneth Wulf and Kenneth Allen were ushers, and Carol Blankenship and Rusty Graham carried the flowers and rings. Mrs. Frank Brueggeman sang, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Schmidt Jr. Mrs. Schallenberg, a 1965 graduate of Civic Memorial High School, is an employe of Owens-Illinois, and her husband, MRS. SCHALLENBERG On their return from a honeymoon in Colorado, the coup]* will live at 617 Washington Ave. Sheimvold on Bridge Card Hand Relates to Movie By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Today's hand was played on the set of the new movie starring Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway, with whom I worked for a week as technical adviser on their passionate chess game. The stars didn't play in our bridge game, but the hand was oddly related to their movie. I won the first trick with dummy's ace of diamonds, drew two rounds of trumps, cashed the top spades and ruffed a spade. East, a script girl with a talent for bridge, played the five, jack and queen of spades, concealing the ten. Next came a diamond, and West took his queen. The idea was to swindle West into leading clubs, which would give me a first finesse and the slam. But West avoided the trap, r&- turning the ten of diamonds. The ruff in dummy and one club discard from my hand did me no particular good. East dropped the nine of diamonds on this trick, trying to look like a girl who had started with only three diamonds. It seemed to me that East had all five of the missing clubs, together with three diamonds, three spades and two trumps. . Good Advice Just as I came to this conclusion, McQueen walked by and called out over his shoulder, "Don't trust her." Since McQueen hadn't seen any of the cards, his advice was obviously harmless, but East couldn't conceal a look of dismay and annoyance. Many bridge players have called me dumb, but nobody has ever accused me of being blind. Changing "plans instantly, I cashed the ace of clubs and finessed through West for the queen of clubs, making my slam. It was the "Thomas Crown Affair" in miniature and had the same moral: a good man can get away witi\ a well- planned swindle if he doesn't trust a woman. Open House Will Honor D. Li Griffiths Mr. and Mrs.' Donald L. Griffith of 830 Bee Tree Lane, East Alton, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 7. They will receive friends in the First Assembly of God Church, East Alton. No invitations are being mailed. The couple was married on July 10, 1943, and have a son, Gary, a summer graduate of Millikin University, Decatur. Mr. Griffith is employed by Sears Roebuck & Co., and Mrs. Griffith is with Wilshire Card & Gift Shop. North dealer Both sides votoenffib NORTH 4 A73 O A1074 O AJ * K1032 WEST . EAST 4 9862 4 QJ10S <3 85 <? 93 OKQ107 O 96541 + Q98 +76 SOUTH 4 K4 V KQJ62 O 83 + AJ54 North East South Wtst 1 NT Pass 3 <? Past 3 4 Pan 4 * Pan 4 O Pass 4 <9 Pass 5 * Pass 6 CJ> AUPMi Opening lead — OK Daily Question Partner opens with 1-NT (If to 18 points), and the next play* er passes. You hold: A A 7 3. V A 10 7 4. 4 A J. * K 10 3 2. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid two clubs, the Stayman Convention, asking partner to bid a major suit of four or more cards if he can. If partner bids hearts, you will bid six hearts; otherwise, yon will work your way to six no- trump. , A POCKET GUIDE TO BRIDGE is available. Get your copy by sending SOc to Alton Telegraph) Box 3318, Grand Central Station. New York. N.Y. 10017. Cooking Cues Leftover baked potatoes may be reheated by dipping them in hot water and baking again in a moderate oven. FINALISTS - Selected to compete for Sanders, who #§# named Sunday at V the title of Miss Debutante at the July 6 tea in the Morning Star Baptist Church. Elegante Deltapte presentation and din* Elegante reservations are being taken ner are from left, the Misses Breads Pun- thiroUfhJujy % \\ lap, Renee Lumpkin and |$ajy Lucille ' > v

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