Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 12
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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wtlr vfv ' 'V PAOB TWfftVf ALTON EVBN1NO TKLEQRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 2% MRS. RICHARD EARL WEBER Miss Marcella Faye Furt- tvehgler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Furtwengler of 1817 Liberty St., bora me the bride of Richard Karl Weber, U. S. Navy, son of Mrs. Lora Weber Of Hamcl, III., in a candlelight qeremony at 7 o'clock Sunday night in Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Paul Jtiergensen officiated using the double ring ceremony, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Palms and ferns and tall tapers in candelabra were planed In the sanctuary of the church and two bouquets of white snapdragons were arranged on the altar. Aisle standards holding tapers marked the path of Ihp bridal party . Preceding Mr. Furtwengler and his daughter were her attendants, Miss Ruth Weber, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor, Miss Sandra Beneckc and Miss Beverly Strahan, Alton, Miss Gloria Bruss and Miss Jean Hoehne, St. Louis, bridesmaids, David Collier, ring bearer, and Ann Louise Christian and Nancy Collier, flower girls. Miss Beverly Landiss, Alton, and Miss Dicksie Kessman, Ha mcl, cousins of the bride and bridegroom, respectively, lighted the tapers. Mr. Weber's attendants wore his brother, Lawrence Weber, AJamo-gordo, N. M., .best man; Dale Furtwengler, brother of the bride, Robert Loemker, Worden, Robert Abel, Granite City, and Eldor Berters, Dorsey were groomsmen. Before the ceremony Dale Furtwengler and Mr. Loemker seated the guests. Russell E. Rollins, organist, played a prelude to the ceremony, and he accompanied Albert Erdman, baritone, who sang "Today O Lord, Ye At Thine Altar Stand", "Oh Perfect Love", and "The Lord's Prayer". As processional music Mr. Rollins played "Trumpet Voluntary in D" and "Pomp and Circumstance". As the bride appeared he played "Bridal Chorus" frofn "Lohengrin" by Wagner. The Mcndclssogn "Wedding March was the recessional. Miss Furtwengler wore a bridal gown of while imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over Skinner's satin. The long tapered sleeves and fitted bodice were of lace and the scalloped neckline was filled witfe a yoke of misty illusion. The bouffant skirt, extended by hoops and crinoline, had a wide panel of lace set. into the tulle, frofit and back, and the hack panel of lace extended into a Cathedral length train. A headpiece of shirred illusion and lace trimmed with seerl pearls held HIP bride's fingertip French bridal illusion veil. She carried an off-side cascade bouquet of stcphanoti* (entered with a while orchid with a colored lip. The maid of honor appeared in copen blue, the first two bridesmaids to enter the chun-h wore cornflower blue, and the other bridesmaids wore sky blue frocks of nylon net and Chantilly lace o\er taffeta. The attendants' dresses were fashioned with floor length skirts in three tiers, the top two tiers edged in points. The bodices were of lace and they wore lace capes. Their headpieces were crownless hrims of tulle matching their frocks. Miss Weber carried a crescent type bouquet of yellow Gloria roses, and the Jour bridesmaids carried cascade bouquets of pink Bountiful roses and pink California daisies. The two flower girls wen; dressed alike in white net over blue taffeta with the full floor length skirts fashioned entirely of ruffles. They wore headbands of spring flowers. Nancy carried pink rose petals which she dropped in the bride's path, and Ann Louise carried a nosegay of yellow Gloria roses. Reception followed the ceremony to the church hall. The bride's table was centered with a Ihvet tier cake flanked by taper! (• fllver candelabra A»*isti«f (ft serving were Mrs. Don«J4 Jensen, Chicago, Mrs Monti Robinson, St Louis. Mrs R*l»fc IproKKins. Marshall. Mo, Mrs. Robert Abel, Gramie City, Kclwnrdsvllle Couple Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Went/ nf Kdwnrdsvillc who were married SO years Wednesday, April Ifi, entertained with a dinner at Pere Marqiielfe Lodge, Grafton, Saturday evening. Covers were arranged for 19 guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Wentz's son, Charles Wentx, of Edwurdsville, and daughters, Mrs. Paul Vino of Alton and Mrs. Harold Knodel of Quincy, and their families. Gold swans, received as fiftieth anniversary gifts, filled wilh yellow roses, flunked the center piece of the table, a Her wedding cake. n. of I. Communion-Breakfast al St. Matthew's Members of Alton Circle, 37. National Daughters of Isabella, i attended 8:30 Mass, and received Holy Communion, Sunday at St. Matthew's Church on Milton Road. Breakfast was served by women of St. Matthew's and places arranged for 70 Daughters. Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Fleming, 630 Washington Ave.. nre announcing the engagement, of their daughter, Doris, to .lack D. Quigley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Quigley of Kasl Alton. Miss Fleming is an employe of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and her fiance, who served in the U. S. Navy for two years, is employed in the powder mill of the Western Cartridge Company. , Miss LaVetra Monk Guest of Honor Mrs. Edward Kenshalo of 132fi Main St., gave a linen shower Friday evening in the Bast Alton Community Hall, honoring Miss La Velra Moak, fiancee of Billy L. Rinkley. The white linen-covered gift table was centered wilh a wishing well and figures representing a bride and groom. The 30 guesls dropped pennies into the well, each making a wish for the bride. Games were" played, and Mrs. Guy Binkley, Mrs. Clifford Hyman, and Mrs. William Theisen were awarded prizes, and Miss Evelyn Binkley, Mrs. James Kofahl, Mrs. David Lynch and Mrs. Edward Kenshalo assisted In serving refreshments. The wedding of. Mr. Binkley and Miss Moak will take place May 2. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rinkley and the bride- to-be is a daughter of Mrs. Knos Slarkey, Sub Delis \Vith The Kappa psi Sub-Debs met Thursday evening at the home of Miss .ttidie Tonsor, 921 College Avc. During the evening Miss Mary Ann McDonald was received into membership. Plans were completed for a pastry sale to he held May J. After the meeting refreshments were 'served. Dr. Simpson To Address Nurse* Dr. Raymond R. Simpson will be the speaker Tuesday at a meeting nf Alton Nurses Club, havuiR as his topic, "Skin Diseases and New Treatments " The meeiiny is scheduled lor H p in. al St. Anthony's Infirmary. Mrs. Roy Watson. Alton, and Mrs. Gene Bcrlels, Dorsey. Mrs. Floyd Roderfeld. was in (barge of the guest book. The couple has led on a trip to Miami Beach, Fla., and Havana, Cuba. When they return from their honeymoon, Mrs Weber will accompany her husband to Boston, Mass., for a short slay. For traveling Mrs. Weber wore a mauve costume sun with a white woolen siole. white gloves black hat, shoes and purse. Mr. Weber, a seaman in the I'. S. Navy, recently returned from a cruise around the wot Id aboard the riestioyer McGowan. lie spent several months in Korean waters. Pmtpte M»f f twl tn fcaaf /Won Sattmlny At 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning in the First Methodist Church of East Alton, Miss Virginia Blanch? Plltz and Fredrick Kranz worn married in n double ring ceremony with the Rev. Robert If. Simpson officiating. Only member* nf the. family wore present at, the wedding. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Piltz, 520 Lincoln Ave., East Alton, had Mrs. ,Tnck Darr of Alton, as matron of honor. William Bridges nf Cottage Hills served as best man for the bridegroom who is the son of Mrs. Fredrick Kranz of Sun Valley, Calif., and the late Mr. Kran/. The Kranz fiimily formerly resided In Alton. The bride chose n beige suit for he'r marriage, Hnr accessories were white and she wore a corsage of Orange Delight roses. Mrs. Darr wore a gray suit and hat and her corsage was of red roses. The bride and groom left immediately after the ceremony for New Orleans. Upon their return they will reside at fiO.'l Ohio St., Hast Alton. Mrs. Kran/, a graduate of the East Alton-Wood River High School, has been employed the past nine years in the office of International Shoe Company, Hartford. Mr. Kran/, a graduate of Alton High School, is employed by Shell Oil Company. Any Bay Club With Mr*. Elrton Arbutlinnt Mrs. Eldon Arbulhnot, 190.1 Park Ave., enlertained the Any Day Bunco Club Members at her home Saturday night. Mrs. Paul Royer. Mrs. Morris Burmester. Mrs. Arbuthnol. and Mrs. Robert Maxie received pri/cs, In two weeks Mrs. Mnxie of R2] Oakwood Ave., will enlerlain the club. Howard Myers Married In I,as VegnH, N>v. .Howard R. Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Myers, R59 Halloran Ave., Wood River, nnd Mrs. Rose Lueme, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Perino, Arnold, Calif,, were married April fi in Las Vegns. Nev. Mr. Myers, a graduate of the MissoitriiSchool of Mines. Rolla, Mo., is civil engineer for the slate highway department at San Jose, Calif. After a wedding trip through the southwest, Mr. arid Mrs. Myers will reside in San Jose. ' Card Party Plans To Be Completed Plans will be completed for n card party to be sponsored by Nu Phi Mu Sorority at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Young Women's Christian Association. Sorority members will meet nl 7 :'.W o'clock tonight al the Mineral Springs Hotel for making final arrangements. Honored At Tea Sunjluy Zeta Xi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority members entertained with a preferential tea Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock honoring pledges to the chapter, Mrs. William Stobbs, Mrs. Kenneth Greer, Miss Marie Kilcram, Miss Louise Stone, and Miss Mnry Virginia Williams. The tea table was centered wilh an_ arrangement of yellow roses and tapers. Mrs. Wayne Sullivan, retiring president, and Miss Alyce Gissal, newly elected president, poured. Broadway-Gardner Wedding Saturday Miss Darlene Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gardner, 122 West Airline Drive, East Alton, became the bride of Richard Broadway, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Broadway of Belhalto. at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening in the East Alton Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert H. Simpson, pastor of the church, officiated using the single ring ceremony. Miss Vada Gardner was her sister's only attendant, and Carl Ursprung was best man. The bride wore a tan suit wilh navy and while accessories and an orchid corsage. Her sister was attired in a light blue suit, and wore black and white accessories, and a corsage of while spring flowers. A reception, was held at the home of the bride's parents im- medialely alter ihe ceremony. Late Saturday Mr. Broadway and his bride left on a southern honeymoon trip. When they return Iheyiwill reside in Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. Broadway are graduates of East Alton-Wood River High School. Mrs. Broadway is a graduate of Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, and is employed by the hospital Mr. Broadway was recently discharged Jroin the"U. S. Army after serving 19 months in the Far East, He is an employe ol Ihe Owens-Illinois Glass Company. UunkWorth-Mrtiimttn Wedding Announced Announcement is being made of the wedding of Miss Mary Alice McGowan of Tampa, Fla., to Dr. William Peter Dunsworth. also of Tampa, which took place April 11 in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa. Mrs Dunsworth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl McGowan of Tampa. Dr Dunsworth is the son of Mrs. Harry Doolm of Jacksonville and the nephew of Clement Dunsworth oi Carrol It on. Dr. Dunsworth, son of the late Leonard Dunsworth of Carrollton, graduated from St. Ixiuis University Medical school in June 1951' and has served as an interne at Tampri Municipal Hospital. Mrs. John .1. Bell nf Wood River has Issued invitations to the wedding of her daughter, Miss Shirley Jean Rell and Howard Wyaft Boxley, of Alton, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Boxley of Marked Tree, Arkansas, The ceremony will take place fit 10 o'clork, Saturday morning, May !», at St. Bernard's Church, Wood River. A breakfast for the wedding party nnd immediate families will be served nt Mineral Springs Hotel following thff eeremony, Mrs. Bell will enter- lain with a reception In honor of her daughter and Mr. Boxley nl WII-Mar Acres In the afternoon from two until four. Miss Rell has chosen as her maid of honor, Miss Margaret. Ann Eden of Wood River, and as bridesmaids, Mrs. I>ee II. Markwny, of Wood River, Mrs. Richard M. Weeks of Edwardsville, and Miss Virginia Boxley, sister of Mr. Boxley, of Marked Tree. John Boxley of Marked Tree will be best man for his brother and groomsmen will be Donald D Boedy, of Fort Walton. Fin., cousin of the bride elect, Eugene R. Bolo of Hast Alton, nnd Winslon Rnldridge of Renton. Ark , a fraternity brother will be groomsmen. The ushers will he Kdward A. Hamlin of Wood River, Robert A. Drake and William R. Drake of Alton. Linda Drake, small daughter ? f Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert A. >rake of Alton will be flower Kirl. MISS SOMMERS • Mrs. Barbara Sommers of Medora is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her only daughter, Miss Charlene Sommers, v to Edward Moran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moran of Rockbridge. Miss Sommers is a member of the sophomore class of Medora high school. Mr. Moran, a 19f)1 graduate of the Greenfield High school, is engaged in farming with his father. The wedding will take place Saturday evening, May 2 at S o'clock al the Belhel Baptist Church, and Miss Mnry Wilton and Paul Fricker will be Ihe couple's attendants. A reception will follow the wedding in Ihe social rooms of the church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception. Mrs. Schlafly to Address St. Louis Group Mrs. J. F. Schlafly Jr., of Callahan drive will address a dinner meeting of the Group Action Council of Metropolitan St. I,ouis Wednesday evening at the Mayfair Hotel, St. Louis. D. of I. Card Party at I'rsullne Convent Alton Circle, 37, National Daughters of Isabella, will give a luncheon-card party at the Ursuline Convent on Danforth St., Thursday, May 28. Travel Club to Meet Wednemluy The Misses Pearl and Lauretta Paul, 721 1 Euclid PI., will entertain the Travel Club Wednesday night. Mrs. Lee Durham will talk on life in Japan. Smith Honored On Ninth Birthday Mr, and Mrs. Henry M. Smith of 2929 Forest drive entertained 35 girls Saturday afternoon honoring their daughter, Susan, on the occasion of her ninth birthday. The guesls were entertained in t,he recreation room which was decorated in floweYs from the Smith garden. Games were played, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Smith, assisted by Susan's aunt, Mrs. Joseph Claude Smith, Mrs. Charles L. Naughton and Mrs. Floyd D. Robinson. Favors were presented the guests. Susan was the. recipient of anniversary gifts, and Diane Wickenhnuser, Ruth Ann Slaughter, Janet Woods, Janet Fletcher, Sandra Fields and Judy Whyers were awarded prizes, excelling at games played. UAH Meeting Saturday With Mrs. N'uzum Mrs. Walter Nu/uin, Mrs. H. B. Sanders. Miss Betty Sanders, Mrs. James I. Denny, Mrs. Michael Romov, and Mrs. Frank Megowen were hostesses Saturday afternoon to the April meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the home of Mrs. Nuzum, 411 Brent wood Ave. Mrs. Guy D. Helmiek. first vice regent, presided at the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Rudolph F. Kurz, regent, who is attending the "Continental 'Congress" in Washington, D. C. Mrs. J. W. Olmstead gave a memorial for Miss Amelia Flynn and Miss Helen Mack read a paper she had written in memory of Mrs. Florence Ved- dei . Mrs. Horace I. Ash talked on "Welcoming Foreign Fnends' 1 , OFFICERS INSTALLED BY APOLLOS SHRINE — Mr", James Nickel! was installed as worthy high priestess and Leo Hooper, \.v f )t : -h'-iviM nf • iT-pherris, Apollos Shrine, White Shrme of Jerusalem, in ceremony Saturday evening at the Masonic Temple on new officers and those taking part in the ceremony are ihown in photo.—Staff photo. Stair- slirr-l. In .!a!l,ri£ nf f if. Alton Members Attend Convention Personal Notes Mrs. James Nickell Installed As Worthy High Priestess Four members nf Alton Branch, American Association of University Women returned Sunday from the state convention of the association which was held April 17 and 18 in Peoria. Mrs. Robert S. MacDuff, Alton Branch member who is state art chairman attended the pro-convention meeting of the State Board Thursday. Mrs. Kline B. Grigsby, Alton Branch president, Mrs. Joseph Chase, and Mrs. Tom Shiff, Alton Branch delegates, attended the Friday and Saturday sessions> Mrs. Grigsby was honored, together with other branch presidents al a breakfast Saturday. The theme of Ihe convention was "What's Past Is Prologue". The three headline speakers kept their talks in line with the theme, to connect the past work of the AAUW with plans for the future. Speakers were Dr. Susan B. Rilcy of Pabody College, Nashville, Tenn., National AAUW president; Mrs. Ralph B. Alspspaugh, vice-president of the Northeast Central Region of AAUW, who talked about basic program planning principles; and Dr. Janet MacDonald, professor of history at Hollins College, Va. At the business sessions the Illinois slate division legislative program and Ihe part which Illinois will play in Ihe'National Fellowship Fund received special attention. Because of ils paramount interest in education the AAUW has placed marked emphasis on its fellowship program. This year, through fellowship activities arranged by Mrs. Paul Pierce, Fellowship Chairman, Alton Branch raised more than $100 to be added to the more than $100,000 raised by the national organization, chiefly through its local branches, to provide graduate and post graduate grants for approximately fifty foreign women to study in this country and for about thirty American women to study at home or abroad. The slate of Illinois has contributed KXH/r to the fellowship fund this past year. Church Notes Circle 4 of Cherry Street Baptist Church will have a covered dish luncheon Tuessday, 11 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Pearl Yenny, 1115 East Sixth St. Mrs. Bert Jarrett is group leader. The Elm Street Missionary Society will hold its regular meeting today at 7^30 p. m. at the church, with, Mrs. Frank Chappee giving the devotionals. A feature of the evening will be films shown by the Rev. and Mrs. Setterlund of'Car- rollton Presbyterian Church of the mission work at Ganado, under auspices of - the Presbyterian church. Circle 2, Grace Methodist Church, will meet Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Orland Lobbig, 2806 Godfrey Rd. Lodge Notes Ladies of the GrariH Army, 1^6, will have a business session Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock. Covered dish luncheon at Odd Fellows Hall on East Broadway will precede the business session. The record call so far on the newish International Radio Telephone Service between England and Australia was when someone in London talked $476 worth to a newspaper office in Sydney —- for two hours 50 minutes. anc 1 Mrs. J. M. Tchoukaleff. a guest, spoke on life in Bulgaria Refreshments were served after the meeting, and Mrs. Hel- miek and Miss Emma Sawyer poured at a table prettily decorated with spring flowers. The next DAR meeting will be May 9 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Reddish of Jerseyville. YUC4 Founder* To Be Honoral Founders of the Alton Young Women's Christian Association will be honored during the regular Thursday luncheon at the Association. Mrs. George B. Prout of Alton is to be the speaker. , Luncheon is served from U :45 until one o'clock on Thursday with reservations 'expected, in advance. Mrs. Effie Seitzinger nf Flat Rock, 111., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell fSi) Seitzinger and their son. Phil, of Godfrey. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Fries, 3310 Mayfield Ave., returned Sunday night from a two and a half weeks vacation in Florida. The couple made short, visits in St. Augustine and Fort Laudordale, and took a cruise to Havana, Cuba. Carl Rice, father of Rev. Marshall W. Rice, pastor of Elm Street Presbyterian Church, is visiting with his son, from his home In Adair, Okla. He is en route to the eastern part of Illinois, his former home, to visit other relatives. He also visited a daughter. Mrs. Kelse Williams, in Kansas City, Mo., prior to coming to Alton. Lawrence Finkes of Wynona. Okla., is visiting his niece. Mrs. H. C, Forbes, of 1500 Sparks Ave. Accompanied by Mrs. Forbes and family Lawi;enc.e Finkes went to SI. Louis Sunday to help his brother, Bro. Aegidius of the Alexian Brothers Hospital, observe his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. James iE. Stroud Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harrol E. Cannedy, and Mrs. Lela Cannedy, members of the Alton Illinois Terminal Federal Credit Union, attended the 23rd annual meeting of the Illinois Credit Union League at Hotel Leland. Springfield. Mr. Cannedy attended the business session as delegate from the Alton branch. Sfc. Joseph W. Lilly, son of Mrs. Josephine Luly of 1009 Washington Ave., called his mother Sunday from San Francisco, shortly after his arrival in the United States aboard the Gen. W. H. Gordon from Korea. Sgt. Luly, a member of the 839th Eng. Bn., has been in Korea since May, 1951, near Pusan. He was en route from Japan 12 days, and will report at a base in Texas prior to furlough. Mrs. John Organ left yesterday 1 for her home in Sullivan, Ind., after a several days' visit with relatives. She was accompanied by her niece, Miss Nancee^Vine, who has resumed her studies at Hanover College, Hanover, Ind., after .a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vine of 301 East Seventh St. Miss Organ attended a dinner given Saturday at Marquette Lodge, by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wentz, of Edwardsville, in observance of their fiftieth wed- ling anniversary. Mrs. Clarence L. Keaton left Sunday for her home in Cairo, III., after a several days' vi^it with Dr. and Mrs. David Andrew Weaver of 3021 Leverett Ave. A daughter, Deborah Kay, was born Saturday ev«ning, April 18, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, Ariz., to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Bayley. The babe is the couple's fourth child and daughter. Mrs. Bayley is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Narup, 303 East Seventh St. Mrs. M. A. Reasoner of 410 Prospect SI., has returned from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Elliott of Northwood, East Alton, and Mrs. H. B. Elliott of Godfrey have returned from South Bend, Ind., where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. G. V.. Gushing. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kane of 1118 Alby St., attended the wedding of Sgt. Carl H. Laemmli Jr., and Miss Marlene Marie Knost of Kirkwood, Mo., at First Preshy- tet'ian Church, Kirkwood, Friday night. Sgt. Robert Kruse, Chicago, was best man and Kane was an usher. Laemmli, Kruse and Kane served together in Korea. Miss Rose Golike of Missouri Point is slowly recovering in St. Anthony's Infirmary. She has been hospitalized the past few weeks with an ear infection. Before a large gathering In the Masonic Temple on State St., Saturday night Mrs. James Nickell was installed as worthy high priestess and Leo Hooper was seated as watchman of shepherds, of Apollos Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem. The large hall was decorated in pink and green, colors of the incoming supreme worthy high Dorothy Colonius lo\ Attend Little Theater Miss Dorothy Colonius has telegraphed that she will arrive from Tulsa, Okla., by plane today and will be present at the meeting of Ihe Alton Little Theater al 8 o'clock Tonight at the Young Men's Christian Association. Miss Colonius, studying under a Ford Foundation Fellowship, has been visiting theaters in the Pacific northwest, California, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma, and she will talk on her travels and studies. Edmond Young, president of the group, will preside. Births Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Hayes, 327 Bowman St., P>ast Alton, are announcing the birth of a son at 2:10 p. m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mansholl of Bunker Hill are parents of a son, weighing nine pounds and born April 18, at 12:54 p. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. An eight-pound and three ounce son was born at 10:50 p. m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bartels, of 437 George St., Wood River, and which they have named Kenneth Clayton. Their older child is a daughter, Beverly Jane 3. Mrs. Frank Clayton of Alton is the maternal grand- mither and Mrs. Minnie Bartels the paternal grandmother. Mrs. Bartels is the former Anna May Clayton. Announcement is being made of the birth Sunday at 7:18 a. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital of a six pound and nine ounce daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Miller of 564 No. Ninth St., Wood River. Sherlyn Sue is the name of a daughter, six pounds and one ounce, born at 9:12 a. m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Egan of 604 Milton Rd. The Egans are parents of a son, Terry Wayne, 14 months. A son, eight pounds and 12 olinces, which has been named William Daniel was born at 12:35 p. m. Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Bates of Brighton. This is the Bates' fourth son, the others being Terry 6, Danny 4, and Bruce 2. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Summers of Godfrey have named their first daughter and second child Gail Anise. She was born Saturday at 11:47 p.. m. in Alton Memorial Hospital and weighed seven pounds and three ounces. Their son Greg is 5. Madison County Practical Nurses Meeting at YWCA Madison County Practical Nurses Association, Division 10, will meet Friday, April 24, 8 p. m., at the Young Women's Christian Association. In Paisley, Scotland, cloth is being produced from peanut shell fibers. ENJOY ELM DAIRY Born at 1:3? p. m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James DeSherlia of Grafton was a 10 pound and 12 ounce son. A daughter, Deborah A^m is 4, and their son has been named James Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. George Stupperich of Route 2, Alton, have given the name of Lynda Delphine to a daughter, born Friday at 3:34 a. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Stup- perich was graduated from St, Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing and the baby was named Delphine for Sister Delphine, director of nurses at the hospital. priestess, and hydrangeas were arranged in either end of the hall. Pink tapers in candelabra added to the attractiveness of the decorative,scheme in the East. Mrs. Vincent M. Transue was Bible bearer, and Mrs. Carl J. Russo and Mrs. Donald Temple were candle-lighters. Miss Judith Thompson and Miss Norma Nolan were escorts. Receiving officers were Mrs. Ellis John Reynolds, retiring worthy high priestess; Ralph Richey, retiring watchman of shepherds; Mrs. Arthur W. Laux, inviting herald and Mrs. F. T. Hawk, inviting organist. Installing officers were Mrs. George Ellspermann, worthy high priestess; Louis Wilson, watchman of shepherds: Mrs. R. S. Alter- berry, chaplain; Mrs. William Ladendorff, herald; Mrs. Viclor H. Unterbrink, organist, Mrs. Wesley F. Hinderhan, guardian, and Mrs. R. W. Metzger, scribe. Escorts to the installing officers were Harry Smith, Mrs. Louis Wilson, Otto Heap, John V. Kinzel, Jesse Ferree, Victor Unlerbrink, and R. S. Atterberry. Following entrance of 1953 officers Mrs. P. J. Zimmerscheid entered bearing the American flag and escorted by Mrs. Ralph Richey and Mrs. Arnold Will. Tribute to the Flag was paid by Mrs. Genelle McGaughey. Soloists for Ihe ceremonial were Mrs. Hawk and Miss Mary Ann Cory. After the installation past officer* jewel were received by the retiring heads of the organization. Ralph Richey was presented with his jewel by Otto Heap and Mrs. Reynolds received her gift from Mrs. Hawk. Installed in addition to the worthy high priestess and Mr. Hooper, watchman of shepherds were Mrs Edward Laird, noble prophetess; associate watchman of shepherds, John Nolan; Mrs. Ida B. Wilson, scribe; Mrs. Arthur W. Laux, treasurer; Mrs. Otto Heap, chaplain; Mrs. John V. Waggoner, shepherdess, and Mrs. Roy Fessler, guide, elective officers; and Mrs. Fred Ellis worthy herald; William Coley, Everett Karrick and Max Thompson, first, second and third wisemen respectively; John V. Waggoner, King; Mrs. Lester J. Hack, Queen; Mrs. Leo Hooper, Mrs. William C. Darr and Mrs. Paul Sigler, first, second and third handmaids; Mrs. F. T. Hawk, organist; Mrs. George Wohlford, guardian, and Edward Laird, wor thy guard, appointed officers, Honorary appointees seatcr! were—Miss Kathryn Powell, courier; Mrs. Harry E. Dotson, matron of honor; Mrs, Sadie Hefley, maid of honor; Mrs. Herma'n Evans, angel; Mrs. John H. Camp, flower girl; Mrs. Charles A. Rook, Madonna; Mrs. William L. Camp, banner hearer; Mrs. Margaret La Marsh, escort; Mrs. Everett Watson, escort; Mrs. P. J. Ximmer scheid, flag hearer; Mrs. ArnoM Will, escort; Mrs. Ralph Richey escort; Mrs. John Ellis Reynolds soloist, and Louis Wilson, sterop- tician. King's Guards — Harry Dotson Vincent M. Transue, Jesse Ferree, Harry Smith, R. S. Atterberry, Victor H. Unterbrink, Louis Wilson, Douglas Fiske, George Ellspermann and Otto Heap, and Queen's Attendants — Mrs. Everett Karrick, Mrs. Luther Richey, Mrs. Marion Keyset-, Mrs. William Meyers, Mrs. Walter Mashburn, Mrs. Max Thompson, Mrs. Ida Nickell, Mrs. Charles Ohley, Mrs. Ethel Morris, Mrs. Martha Landiss, Mrs. Roy Walker and Mrs. Harry Sleeker. After the installation a reception was held in the dining room, which was prettily decorated in colors corresponding to those used in th« hall above. Mrs. Jesse Ferree anci Mrs. J. Palmer Hawkins poured. Y.W.CJV, Golf Lessons Will Begin Thursday, April 23, At 10 A. M. At The COUNTRY CLUB II6ISTUTION AT THE Y.W.C A. LOU MUM, »», ImtriNtor

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