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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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M*ft FOtf RTSBN ALTON fiVKNINO TfiLKQRAPH Woman of Month Mi»» Gschwcnd Honored by BPWC: Mrs, Leamon President WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, PVT KENNY BALLARD AND BRIDE, the former Miss jo Ann Kodros, were married Saturday morning in St. Mary's Church.—Staff photo, ' Jaycees-AnxHIary Plan Reception for Miss Alton Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce, Woman's Auxiliary will be hostesses to a reception Thursday night, at the Mineral Springs Hotel honoring Miss Alton candidaf cs. The party will follow the contest which will take place at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the Grand Theater. Only Ihe contestants and their families, and Jaycees and their wivijs will attend. Plans for the party were made during a meeting of the Jaycees Auxiliary which took place Tuesday evening at. the home of Mrs. Homer Adams, ,625 East Fifteenth St. Mrs. Charles Katelinek and Mrs. Robert Glazebrook will be auxiliary delegates to the Jaycee state convention in Springfield May 1-3. The annual meeting will take place May 19 at the home of Mrs. Robert. McCarroll, 1957 Brown St., and officers will be elected. Mrs. Paul McCoy was assistant hostess, and she and Mrs. Adams served refreshments after the business meeting. MISS HKRREN Announcement in being innde of 1h» engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Union Herren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hen-en, Humbert Rd., to Pfc. Roland H. Wilhelm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Wilhelm of the < lod- frey Rd. The wedding will take place Sunday, April 2fi, 4 o'clock, in Godfrey Congregational Church with the Rev. W. F. Primrose officiating. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Misi Hen-en, graduate of Alton High School, is employed in the office of Millers Mutual Insurance Co, Pfc. Wilhelm, who is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C., is on a 30-day leave. He returned to th« states in 1949 after being overseas for 15 months. Pfc. Wilhelm was graduated from Alton High School. Woman'* Council Meeting Friday at the VWCA Alton Woman's Council will meet Friday, at the Young Women's Christian Association, with Mrs. Charles P. Smith presiding. Garden department, with Mrs. Philip C. Graul as chairman, will be in charge of the day's program; Mrs. Neil M. Waterbury will speak OB "Birds in Your Gar- Dlatrlct Director at Auxiliary Meeting Alton Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, will have a dinner Monday, 6:30 o'clock, at the American Legion Home, Sixth and George Sts., and will have as guest of honor .Mrs. Joseph Bergrath, Madison, director of the Twenty-second district. Among other honored guests will he Mrs. Selma Hart, Venice. Madison County president, and Mrs. Bergrath's secretary, Mrs. Jessie Henderson,, Madison, Mrs. Ralph Drury of Godfrey will receive reservations until Saturday. Tarantlno-Orlm Wedding Plans Completed •'" Mrs. Gage Crlm of Bethalto has issued invitations to the wedding of her daughter, Miss Alice Rose Crim, and Airman First Class Patrick Thomas Tnr- antino, March AFB, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tarantino. Jamcica, L. I., New York. The ceremony will take place nt 1.0 o'clock, Saturday morning, April 25, at Our Lady, Queen of Peace Church, Bethalto. Breakfast and reception will take place in the church social rooms at 12 noon. Miss Crim has chosen her sister. Miss Julia Crim of Bethalto as her maid of honor and Miss Jean Tarantino, Jamaica, sister of the prospective groom, as bridesmaid. i Jeannie Henkhaus, daughter of Mrs. Kenneth Henkhaus, will be flower girl. Pvt. John Charles Crim, U. S. Army, will be best man, and Victor StHnlon of Alton, groomsman. Ushers will he Ralph Henkhaus, Wood River, and Robert Henkhaus of Alton. Past Matrons Club At MHsonic Temple Past Matrons Club of Alton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet, Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, at the Masonic Temple on Slate St. Mrs. Everett Watson and Mrs. Robert Mitchell will be hostesses. Old Society of Old Cathedral wili have a covered dish . May 13, at MISS S Mr. and Mrs. Karl Suessen, S.'il Park Dr., Bethallo, are announcing the engagement of their eldest daughter. Darlene. to Henry Zoelzer Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ZoeUei Sr., Moro. Miss Suessen graduated from Civic Memorial High School. Bethalto, with the class of 1952. She is employed in the accounting department of Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Mr. Zoelzer was a member of the 1950 graduating class of Kdwardsville High School. He is engaged ui farming with his father near Moro. MRS. LEAMON Mrs. Edwin M. Leamon was elected president of Alton Business and Professional 'Women's Club Tuesday night at a monthly dinner-meeting hold at the Young Women's Christian Association. and Miss Mary W. Gschwend, a charter member of the organization, was named "woman of the month" by the vocation and education committee. Mrs. Leamon Succeeds Mrs.' Elsie Blase, who served the club for two year*. Mrs. Blase presided, and Mrs. George R. Knight read the collect. Miss Dorothy Paddock was elected vice-president; Mis.s Alma Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Pearl Shearlock Thornton, corresponding secretary, and Miss Gloria Voege, treasurer, Officers-elect will be Installed at the club's annual breakfast to be held May 3, 8:30 o'clock, at the Young Women's Christian Association. Miss L. Mildred Brown is chairman of the membership committee in charge of arrangements for the breakfast. With Mrs. Howard F. Otsfot, program coordinator, as leader annual committee reports were presented in an informative and entertaining manner, some being Riven in poetry, some in skit form, and others in music. The program MISS GSCHWEND was headed "Member Participation," and brought out the March of Time theme. * * Miss Gschwend, retired, was associated throughout her business life with the local office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., and after she became a member of the company's veterans' group had the distinction at her first attendance at a veterans' meeting in New York to be the only woman among 1200 men. Possessed of organizing talent she has been a leader in the work of St. Mary's parish as well as in civic work. She is a member of the executive board, Madison County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, and a member of the executive committee of the Madison County Tuberculosis Association, and had been 1 secretary-treasurer of both organizations. She is also associated with the Altori Community Concert Association. Since St. Anthony's Infirmary was opened she has been closely identified with the institution, and she was with the Infirmary's pre- dccessor-*The Nazareth Home. Announcement of the woman of the month was made by Miss Leona Teter, who also presented a corsage to Miss Gschwend. Christian Association. Instructors who have volunteered their service* are Mrs. Henry McAdams, Mrs. R. H. Levis n, Mrs. David Saylor and Mrs. J. Alden Extrom. Luncheon is served each Thursday nt the YWCA from 11 :<15 to 1 o'clock. P. of I. Social Medina; Tuesday Alton Circle, No. 37. National Daughters of Isabella, will have n social session Tuesday, April 28. Mrs. J. C. Gorman, Mrs. W. K. Newman, Mrs. Edwin J. Schaberg, Mrs. C. J. Meyer, Mrs. Regina Feldwisch, Mrs. M. McKernan, Mrs. B. J. Derwin, Mrs. William J. Meehan, Miss Julia Meehan, Miss Helen Meehan, Mrs. C. C. Fischer, Mrs. J. T. Gorman, Mrs. Le..land C. Smith Sr., Mrs. Elizabeth Gillespie, Mrs. M. Duggan, Miss Jeanne Elizabeth McKinney and Miss Helen Grimm are members of the committee on arrangements, and Mrs. McKernan and Mrs. J. T. Gorman are receiving reservations. Wood River Couple Married In Godfrey. Pfc. Roland Lange and Miss Charlotte Ann Paris were married at 7 o | lock Friday evening, April 17, Ht the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas, 206 GPI-- son Ave., Godfrey. The Rev. Marshall i W. Rice, parstor of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aguilar of San Mateo, Calif., were the couple's attendants. The bride wore a beige suit with navy blue accessories and Mrs. Aguilar was attired in a gray suit with pink accessories. The young women wore corsages of white flowers. A reception immediately followed the ceremony, and the couple left to return to Fort Belvoir, Va., where the bridegroom is stationed. Mrs. Lange is the daughter of Mrs. Olin Vetter of Wood River, and the late Paul Paris. Pfc. Lange is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lange of Wood River. Hit A C'uMt Club Alffltiug Tonight Big A Coed Club of Alton High School will have a meeting at 7:.'!0 o'rloi-k tonight at Young Men's Christian Association, and initiation will take place. April 27, the club will have a pastry sale at- Young's. the family home, 1019A East Sixth St. Twenty-three guests were in attendance, and the party appointments^ were in pink, white and green. Attached to favors received by the young women were cards bearing the inscription: "Leila Mae and Ollie--Wish to Say That; Soon Their Names Will Be the Same." Bunco was played, nnd Mrs. Chnppell served refreshments assisted by Miss Hic.kerspn's aunt, Mrs. P. B. Bray, and Mrs. Lynn Beiser. Mrs. Hdnry Aljels, Miss Peggy Clayton, Mrs. Beiser and Mrs. Don Peck received prizes. Huber-Weindel Rehearsal Dinner Friday Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Huber, 519 Lawton St., are entertaining with a rehearsal dinner Friday, honoring their son, Ray Huber, and Miss Jean Ann Weindel, whose marriage will take place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Matthew's Church. St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary Board Officers and board of St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary will have a meeting Friday morning, 10 o'clock, in St. Joseph's nurses lounge. Mrs. J. E. McLaughlin is president. CnuplA Marrtad In Schram City Church At 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Schram Ctyy Bap- i list Church, Miss Joyce Bentley of 1100 Washington Ave., and Dwight Hemken of the Fosterburg road, were married with Ihe Rev. George Cranfill officiating at the single ring ceremony. ' Miss Doris Bentley was her sister's only . attendant, and Harry Hall attended the bridegroom. Miss Evelyn Bentley, a sister of the bride, played bridal mu- sir. The bride wore a light blue suit, white accessories, and she carried a white Bible topped by red roses. The maid of honor was in a pink suit, white accessories, and her corsage was of yellow roses. Mrs. Hemken is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Vivian Bentley of Sorento. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Lillie Hemken of Hillsboro. A reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride'* parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hemken will reside at 1100 Wash* tngton Ave. nuptial gift from the guests. Miss Bell also received gifts fnr the Kitchen of her home. The presents were arranged beneath a canopy which was erect* ed on a television. Fifteen guests were In attend* ance, and Mrs. Richard Schus* ter of Farmington, Mo., and Miss Jeanne Rose Louden of Wood River excelled at games played and were awarded prizes. Refreshments were served from a lace-covered table centered with a potted plant In which fresh spring flwers were placed. (The centerpiece was presented to Miss Bell as she left'the home). The table appointments were In pastel shades, and double yellow candles flanked the plant. f aofiety it I'M t'ck** coaunuojuon day for it Sunday. April 26. At WCA fhuratey Bri4g* re*«.esher course will be held at 1 :30 o'clock Thursday •fterooaa at «* Youflg Women » Wedding June 30 Miss Leila, Mae Hickerson will be married to Oliver Wayne Vernor, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Vemur of Wood River, at Cherry Street Baptist Church at 8 o'clock Saturday eyeaiag, June 3fl, The date of the couple's wedding was made known Tuesday night at a party gives in honor of Miss Hickerson by her mother, Mf|. lie Chappell, «| JMU» tteU of MUs Shirley Jean Bell, fiancee of Howard Wyatt Boxley was guest of honor Sunday at a party given by lire. Lee H. Markway, Miss Margaret Ann Kd*B of Wood Rjvwr and Mrs. f&teri Week! of Sgwards- vuMe at the home of lire- Markway, J5 Woodlaod Or- Rosewood Heights. Mi*j Bell was presented with a corsage by the bostettei. u4 received a • MR. AND MBS. MAYFORD Miss Gwen Louden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Louden, 441 Fifth St., Wood River, became the bride of Ralph D. Mayford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mayford, 434 Fifth St., Wood River, at 9:45 o'clock the morning of Feb. 28 in Christ Episcopal Church, Naples, Italy. Father Wanstall officiated, and the bride was given in marriage by C. D. Posey. Mrs. Marlene Peterson and Richard Ramas were the couple's attendants. A reception was held after the ceremony at the enlisted men's club, and the couple spent, their honeymoon in Rome. Mrs. Mayford was formerly a nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital. When she arrived in Naples to make final arrangements for her marriage the bride was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Posey. The bridegroom is with the U. S. Navy and has been stationed in Naples since November, 1951, in the Navy print shop. The couple are residing in Naples. Miss Marilyn Harmon Bride of Alois Ores* The wedding of Miss Marilyn Yvonne Harmon, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Harmon of Hardin and Alois Gress, son of Mr. and Mrs. Val Gress of Hardin took place Saturday at 2 o'clock in the rectory of St. Michael's Church, Michael. The double ring ceremony was used by the pastor, the Rev. John Bertman, who officiated. Miss Harmon was attended by Mrs. Paul Gress, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, matron of honor, and Miss Dixie Surgeon cousin of the bride, bridesmaid. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of white Chantilly lace and net over satin. The fitted lace bodice had a sweetheart neckline and short sleeves, and the bouffant skirt had an overskirt of lace. A band of simulated orange blossoms held her veil of illusion, and she carried a bouquet of red carnaw tions centered with a white orchid. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. The bride's attendants were in ballerina length frocks of lace and net fashioned with bouffant skirts. Mrs. Gress was in a champagne colored frock .and carried blue carnations, and Miss Surgeon appeared in nile green and carried yellow carnations. They wore matching flowers in their hair. Mr. Gress had his brother, Paul Gress, as best man, and a younger brother, Robert Gress, was groomsman. A reception was held at the school cafeteria in Hardin. The bride's table was centered with an arrangement of white flow* ers flanked by tapers and pink flowers and candles were on the serving counter. Miss Joy Surgeon, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the C t book, and Mist Mary Hoi* y displayed wedding gifts. Miss Helen Wilson of St. Louis, and Miss Agnes German, assisted by the Misses Ruth Rosa, Susie Kinder and Mrs. Emma Steven served, A wedding dance was held in the evening at the American Legion Hall north of Hardin, The bride is an honor student and member of the senior class at Hardin High School. Mr. areas, a veteran of World War It is engaged in farming with his father. At present the eou- i pie will make their home with the bridegroom's parents. stigma PM Sob Debs Meeting in Wood River Sigma Phi Sub Debs met Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Mary Meehan, 603 First St., Wood River. Following a business session, refreshments were served. Dean-Olmmerson Wedding Saturday Pvt. Floyd C. Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dean, 832 Rice St., Wood River, and Miss Norma Lee Glmmeson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gimmeson, 108 Jennings Ave., Wood River, were married at 7 o'clock Saturday evening In the Wood River Assembly of God Church. The^ Rev. M. M. Brewer officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. C. N. Berry was pianist and Miss Lois Marie Berry was soloist. The sanctuary was decorated with palms, and two bouquets of yellow flowers were flanked by candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white imported Chantilly lace and tulle over satin gown, and the skirt extended into a Cathedral train. Her illusion veil was finger-tip length and was held by a scalloped headpiece. She carried white carnations centered by a purple orchid. The bride's attendants wore bouffant tulle over taffeta frocks and carried bouquets of carnations. Miss Doris Ann Pollard, Springfield, Mo., maid of honor, wore a pink dress and carried yellow flowers, and Miss Georgia Lou Dean, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaid, was in a nile green frock and her flowers were pink and white variegated. Rebecca Jo Kessler was flower girl and Danny Jo Enloe was ring-bearer. Tapers in the church were lighted by Miss Charlotte Enloe and Miss La- Vetra Moak. The Rev. Samuel H. Reaves, Memphis, Tenn., was best man, and Billy Lee Binkley was groomsman. James Stickels and Rudy C. Sowders, a nephew of the bride, were ushers. After a reception at Wil-Mar Acres, the couple left on a wedding trip. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Rudy Sowders and Mrs. Cloyd Unverzagt, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Samuel H. Reaves, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Shirley Ann Calvin. Pvt. and Mrs. Dean are graduates of East Alton-Wood River High School. Mrs. Dean is employed as secretary in the high school office. Pvt. Dean entered service in November, 1952. .Prior to that time he served four years as a carpenter's apprentice, and he plans to follow that trade when he is released from the army. ' Pvt. Dean constructed a home at 773 Condit Ave., Wood River, before leaving for service, and the couple will reside there after his discharge. Pre-Nuptlal Party For Miss Tonsor Mrs. Stephen Kennedy and Mrs. Jack Witherow were hostesses to a pre-nuptial party Tuesday night, entertaining in honor of Miss Virginia Tonsor, whose marriage to Louis Bailey will be an event of April 25. Among the guests were Mrs. Frank Juttemeyer, aunt, and Mrs. Evelyn Brodhage, cousin of the prospective bride, of St. Louis. The bridal motif was used in the party appointments. Rob your neighbor was played, and the evening was brought to a close with' the serving of a course repast. Mrs, Brodhage, Mrs. Arthur Rathbone, Mrs. Emil Wickenhauser, Mrs. 2*Ball Foursome Set for May 10 Officers and members of the board of directors,' Rock Spring Country Club, were, guests of the women of the'club Tuesday, and luncheon was served, M. G. Wickenhauser is president, J, M. Dun- ran, vice-president, and Thomas W. Butler, secretary-treasurer. Members of the board of director? are: Fred Zimmerman Jr., H. M. Williams, Earl Linkogle, , Dr. Charles D. EMert, Henry V. Boehl and Joseph J, Sharkey. Women enjoyed a low net tournament In the morning, and in the afternoon cards provided entertainment. Mrs. E. C. Norton, Mrs. N. J. McBrlen and Mrs. Lou M. Miller received golf awards. Announcement was made of a two-ball foursome for May 10 at the club. The third party of the season will be held by club women April 28. and reservations are being received by Mrs. J. C. Fallen. Cosmopolitan Club Meeting Sunday The Cosmopolitan Club will meet Sunday, April 26. The boys from Scott Field will arrive at the Young Women's Christian Association at 10 a.m. (dst) to go to church. Any family desiring to entertain some of them for lunch should contact the YWCA. Persons desiring and providing transportation to Camp Talahi for the' afternoon program should be at the YWCA at 3 p.m. Outdoor games will be enjoyed until 5:30 after which dinner, prepared by members of the Cosmopolitan Club, will be served. A movie of Western USA and Canada will be shown later in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grover, and ballroom dancing will conclude the program. Mrs. Frances Metzger, Miss Adeline Hancock and Lee Durham will be at the YWCA on Sunday morning to greet the boys. Food committee: Mrs. Mildred Goodwin, Mrs. Helen Hauversburk. Mrs. Dora Tickner and Miss Pat McCarthy. Publicity: Mrs. Frances Metzger and Miss Adeline Hancock. Co-chairmen: Mrs. Marjorie Dintelman and Miss Adeline Hancbck. Births Mr. and Mrs. John Gaghen of 2112 Amelia St., are parents of a son, John Edward n, their first child. The baby was born at 12:34 a.m. Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds ' and five ounces. Mrs. Gaghen was before her marriage, Miss Barbara Frohock. A daughter, Nancy Inglis, their fourth child, was born at 9:07 a.m. Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Thayer of 3000 Forest Dr. The baby weighs seven pounds and 11 ounces. Other children in the family are Tera Anne, 4%, Robert, 3, and Lynne, 2. "It's Time for a Change" Time aeereed that a eluMfe wa* •eneimfy; the f needed a BOW f*ee. •nt While Uw watetiata ate and ttlrit of out aew wiBdav* wiH *efleet Ihe «irit of the feet. ; the float aj o , lae aew, lae 4e*ia feeHii a*d liv 4a* %iiBM4y afld tlyle a! ^kf a-ua^al fWIt IH — v* Mrs. R. F. Kui% 1000 Milton Rd., regent of Nlnlan Upwards Chapter, is in Washington, D. C., this week attending the national meeting of the Daughters of thf American Revolution. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carothers and children, Jimmy, Mike, and Ann, of Miami Shores, Fla., are leaving Friday after a visit with relatives. Mrs. Walter Wetsteln of 3221 Hawthorne Blvd., is improving at .St. Joseph's Hospital, and expects to return home within a few days. Mrs. Wetsteln entered the hospital last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Spark* left this morning for thefr horn* in Boltort, Mass., after a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lucker and 17 months old daughter, Diane, departed Tuesday for their homi In Colgate, WJs., after a visit with Mr. Lucker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lucker, Weber place, Godfrey. Their son, Dbug, 4, and daughter, Debbie, 3, remained- for a more extended stay at the Luck* er home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scheer of 107 Balfour Dr., Coldwater, Mich., will arrive Thursday mom- ing to visit Mr. and Mrs. Loren A. Brooks, 1911 Central Ave. Mrs. Scheer and Mrs. Brooks are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Scheer will attend the wedding of Mrs. Scheer'? daughter, Miss Jean Weindel, and Charles Ray Huber in St. Matthew's Church Saturday morning. Mrs. Edwin M. Leamon, Incoming president, Mrs. Elsie Blase, retiring president, Miss Grace Postlewait, Mrs. Elsie Blase, Miss Dorothy Paddock and Miss Mary Postlewait of Alton Business and Professional Women's Club will attend sessions of the Illinois Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs at Hotel Sherman, Chicago. The conventions opens Thursday evening, April 23, and continues through Saturday. J. E. Marks, formerly of Edwardsville, has returned to his home, RFD, Box 163, Lombard, III. He spent several months at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth L. Bailey of 452 Bluff St., spent several days at Llndenwood, HI., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perry, parents of Mrs. Bailey, and were present to help Mr. Perry observe his 75th birthday. Church IVofes Mary and Martha class of thff First Christian Church 'will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Dingeldein, 3417 Gary St. Zion Couples class of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints, will meet at the church, Fifth St. and Lorena Ave., Wood River, at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Announcement has been made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schell of 2004 Lincoln Ave., Jerseyville. The baby was born at 9:20 a.m., Tuesday in John Mullen, Mrs. Robert Muehleman, Mrs. Joseph W. Hoskins and Mrs. AI Schmidt received prizes. Who'd New Luncheon Monday at YWCA Who's New Club will have a luncheon-card party Monday, 1 o'clock, at the Young Women's Christian Association, Reservations will be received until Friday. Members of the committee on arrangements are Mrs. E. Dodge, Mrs. C. C. Bateman, Mrs. Thomas Shift, Mrs. R. J. Jauron, Mrs. C. M. Stuchlich, Mrs. R. Hibbs and Mrs. W. Baker. J. RiMttt Dftlt * *K f "IF yew Hejve • wothinf machine ytv Hill need o lowndry KLJ Lftui do your hard- to-do iheeU, table- clothi, pmowilipe, shirts ... for Jwt a few eenti each. k e Saves you valuable time e Proteettyour health (no more heavy work) . tit's 145T 178 OQ YQV« „ • Sli* Covfff • lUiitH • UIWDWIS • MY CIIANIIS • IUC CIUWIS Mil? Unity Study Group will meet from 8 to 9:30 p.m., Thursday at Mineral Springs Hotel. Elizabeth Gilbert, licensed Unity teacher. Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds and six ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Schell ha^e three other children, Barbara, 4, -Hayne, 3, and Virginia Leigh, 2. The name of William Douglas has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs, William Huish of 2203 Hazel Dr., for a son, their first child. The baby was born at 11:10 a.m. Tuesday .in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing nine pounds. Paul Verlin is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Baumgarth of 325 South Twelfth St., Wood Jliver, for a son, born at 11:52 p.m., Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighs eight pounds and three ounces. . - 1 - _ — Charlie Grimm, manager of the Milwaukee Braves, played in two World Series (1929 and 1932) and hit .389 and .333, respectively. A swan was found traveling on the roof of a train which arrived at Bath Spa, England. BEST SELLERS' IN MIDWEST CHICAGO (Ai **port«i) by U»dlnc B**kib*pi> Fiction— "Th« 8Uv*r Chalice," "Sttamboat Gothic," "But of Ed.n," "Th* Second Happiest Day," •'Giant," "Deairee," "QoJden Admiral." Nonliction— "Abraham Uncoln," "A Man Caltai Peter," "o Rugged Land ai Gold," "Holy Bible; Reviled Standard Vertion," "Abraham Uncoln," "The Power of Poiitivi. Thinking." Motion - "Bait of Rden." "April 8now," "Dwi»M." "The Silver Chalice," "The 8ojourn*r." "The. Man on f Donkey." "The , Wonderful Country, 5 Giant." Nonfictton «. "Annepurna." "A Man CaUed Peter," "The Silent World," "Abraham Lincoln," "The Power 01 Gothi*," •KM! e* -, —,_.—„ v "fhe Thurber 4ibiMa>* *?h* Power of ftwitiva Tblnkiaj,* Holy Bible Bevwed Standard V» aim." "A Mat* Call*. PeterT "Anne" "&fld for a Uufb." "AbraJbM

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