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PAfcfiA-8 i - ? ' * . ALWI EVENING 8, i§68 Miss Cappel, Dr. Doyle Wed Today Miss Donna Marie Cappel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 3. Cappel, 444 Florida Ave., East Alton, became the bride of Dr. Prank Malcolm Doyle, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Merville E. Doyle Sr., 10 Northmoor Place, Godfrey, at 11 a.m. today in St. Kevin's Catholic Church. White gladioli decorated the altar for the nuptial mass read by the Rev. Frank J. O'Hara. Members of St. Kevin's choir were accompanied by Mrs. Alcah Ayres, organist, and a reception followed in St. Kevin's social hall. Mrs. John Clark of Urbana was matron of honor, and Miss Gail Doyle, niece of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Michael Doyle was best man, and Don Cappel, twin brother of the bride, was groomsman. Guests were seated by James Mulqueeny and Phillip Doyle. The bride Wore a satin A-line empire gown, re-embroidered with Alencon lace on the neckline, sleeves, hem of the gown, MRS. DOYLE and chapel length train. A pill box hat secured her tiered nylon illusion veil and she carried a nosegay of white and yellow roses. Her attendants wore mint green satin A-line gowns trimmed at the empire waistlines with white daisies. They wore matching daisy headpieces and carried nosegays of white daisies. Mrs. Doyle graduated in 1961 from Roxana High School and received her bachelor and master of science degrees in education from Southern Illinois University. She was a teacher in the Roxana schools. Dr. Doyle graduated in 1961 from Marquette High School, attended Southern Illinois University, and recently received his doctor of dental surgery degree from Washington University. After a honeymoon trip to Florida, the couple will live in Texas where Dr. Doyle will enter the Army Dental Corps. Clever Cover-Bibs Whip up practical cover aprons of quilted nylon, cotton. Keep 'em covered while eating. Cover-Bibs go all the way down In front. Bind off edges quickly. Pattern 961: pattern pieces, motifs for Infants to I year sizes included. . fifty cents in coins for each pattern—add 15c for each pat- for first-class mailing and handling, Send to Laura , care Alton Telegraph, Naedlecraft Sept., Box 181, $m Ration, New York, 1«IU, Print Pattern Num- Address, Zip. Miss Reynolds, Davicl Reis Wed MRS. ELMER ST, PETERS, Wood River, is the newly installed senior regent of the Wood River Women of the Moose and will assume duties Tuesday at meeting in the Wood River Moose Hall. Mrs. St. Peters is a 19-year member of the chapter. The Lodge will open the new club year with College of Regents Night to which neighboring lodges have been invited. Miss Margaret A. Reynolds became the bride of David P. Reis at 10 a.am. today in St. Bernard's Catholic Church at Wood River. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Reynolds of 646 First St., Wood River, and Mr. Reis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reis of Columbia. The Rev. William M. Kekeisen read the nuptial Mass before palms and bouquets of white gladioli and yellow mums, and Mrs. Rita Crim, the vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Paul Woolen, organist. A reception in the Flaming Pit restaurant in Edwardsville is following. The bride wore an A-line or- Sheinwold on Bridge Extra Dummy Improves Odds By ALFRED SHEINWOLD The advantage of having high cards in the dummy as well as in your hand is that you can lead from dummy for finesses instead of having to lead only from your own hand. The principle is illustrated in today's hand. ' South was delighted with his 22 points, but he'd have been much better off with the ace of clubs in the dummy and the deuce of clubs in his own hand. In the actual hand South's contract depended on the location of the jack of hearts. South won the first trick in dummy with the ace of spades and returned a heart to try a finesse with the ten. When this finessee worked, South was home. If West had held the jack of hearts South Would have been down at least one.' Different Line A different line of play might give South a better chance. Declarer should win the first spade Roberta Seehausen And John Hardaway Are Wed Married at 2 p.m. today in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church were Miss Roberta Lou Seehausen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren .Seehausen of 278 Madison St., and John Michael Hardaway, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Max Hardaway of 3023 Edwards St. The Rev. James Thomson MRS. HARDAWAY read the ceremony amid white gladioli and pompons, and a reception in the church fellowship hall is following. Mrs. Thomas Henesey was organist The new Mrs. Hardaway Wore a cotton ottoman gown trimmed with point Venice lace on the hem and sleeves, and her nylon illusion veil was held by a crown banded with the lace. She carried a Bible with white roses and stephanotis. Her attendants, Miss Brenda Wright, maid of honor, and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Deborah Hardaway, wore dotted swiss A-line gowns banded with lace and ribbons in shades of pale green and yellow, and matching bow headpieces. They carried baskets of yellow and white daisies. John Poole was the best man, and groomsman was Thomas Lowery. Gary Metcalfe and Joseph Poole seated the guests. The bride's sister and brother, Nancy Lynn and Robert Warren Seehausen, were flower girl and ring bearer. The couple will honeymoon at Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs. Hardaway graduated from Alton High School, and her husband, Who attended Southern Illinois University for two years, is .employed by Crown-Zellerbach, St. Louis. Wed in Home Ceremony Miss Melanie Ann Harrod became the bride of Lyndon Ray Hammon Friday evening in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Harrod, 433 Plainview Ave., East Alton. The 6:30 p.m. ceremony was read by the Rev. A. A. Capron of the Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church, and a reception followed in the Lewis and Clark restaurant. The bride wore a street length lace over nylon dress, and her tiered illusion veil was held by a headpiece of white tulle and flowers. She carried a bouquet of white daisies with yellow ribbons. Miss Janice Joiner, her only attendant, was dressed in yellow and carried yellow daisies. Daniel Knecht attended the bridegroom. The new Mrs. Hammon is a graduate of Roxana High School and the Gradwohl School of Laboratory Technique, St. Louis. She is employed at the Phelps County Hospital, Roila, Mo. Mr. Hammon, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Hammon, 602 First St., Wood River, graduated in 1964 from East MRS, HAMMON Alton-Wood River High School and is a student at the University of Missouri, RoUa. The newlyweds will live at 4M Main St., Holla. South dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH ' 4 A6 O 6542 48732 WEST EAST t QJ1097 4 83 9 A74 <? J986 O K983 OQJ10 *5 4 10964 SOUTH 4 K542 V KQ10 O A7 4AKQJ Sonfli West North Etrt 2 NT Pass 3 NT AUPaM Opening lead — 4 Q in his own hand and cash the four clubs at once, forcing the opponents to find three discards with very little to guide them. Then South can lead the queen of hearts to drive out the ace. The game, may still depend on a heart finesse, but South may improve his chances by encouraging an opponent to un- guard the jack of hearts. If dummy had the ace of clubs, South could take the first trick in dummy to lead a heart to bis queen.. If that won, he could get back to dummy with the ace of clubs to lead another heart. This would enable him to make the game if East held either the ace or the jack of hearts. TWo chances are better than one. Daily Qoetsion Partner opens with 2-NT (22 to 24 points), and the next player passes. You hold: 4 Q J 10 9 7. V A 7 4. 4 K 9 8 3. 4 5. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid 3 spades. If partner raises to 4 spades you can try for a slam by a bid of 4-NT. If partner bids 3-NT over 3 spades you should next bid 4 diamonds. You plan to try for slam in spades, diamonds or notrump. ganza over taffeta gown with an empire Chantilly lace tod* ice, and an organza cathedral train attached at the waistline. The lace treatment was re- peated'on the hem of the skirt and on the train, and a cluster of. Venlse lace daisies with pearls held her English silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade of White daisies, roses and ivy- She was attended by Miss Marie Maronie, maid of honor, and Miss Jane Mueth and Miss Cheryl Cruse, bridesmaids. Her niece, Miss Marcie Reynolds, was the flower girl. The. attendants wore maize yellow crepe gowns with set-in midriff bands and sheath skirts, and natural straw bonnets with yellow velvet ribbons, and yellow veils. They carried baskets of white daisies and yelloW roses. ••-.-• James Juengling was best man, and groomsmen were Roger Rehg and Kent Messmer. Harley Cole and the bride's brother, Dale Reynolds, were ushers, and the bridegroom's nephew, John Reis, was ring bearer. The couple will honeymoon in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and will live at 660 N. Sixth St., Wood River. Mrs. Reis is a 1963 graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School, and is a secretary to the vice president of sales in the container division of Alton Box Board Co. Her husbahd graduated in 1963 froth St. Henry's Seminary in Belleville, and received His bachelor of science degree in 1967 from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, \vhere he was a member of Alpha Phi OmegA fratertiity. He is assistant manager of the Flaming Pit restaurant. MRS. REIS Evans-Flowers Vows Said St. Bernard's Catholic Church was the scene for the wedding of Miss Pamela Flowers and Kenneth Darrell Evans. The Rev. William Kekeisen officiated at the ceremony at 1 .p;m. today. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flowers of 164 Eighth St., Wood River, MRS. EVANS Hartford Couple Say Vows Miss Donna Rae Timpe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. .Timpe of 106 Forest Ave., Hartford, became the bride of Roy Eugene Dunn of 2 S. Delmar Ave.; Hartford, at 7:30 p.m., Friday,, in the Hartford Methodist Church. Mr. Dunn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeptb.a Dunn of Pascagoula, Miss. Hurricane lamps, pabns and bouquets of white gladioli and pompons decorated the church for the ceremony read by the Rev. R. E. George of West Frankfort. Ronald Raines, the vocalist, was accompanied by Mrs. Harry Hansen, organist, and a reception in the church social rooms followed. The bride wore a silk shantung gown trimmed in Chantilly lace, pearls and crystals on the sleeves and train, and her bouffant veil was held by a pearl coronet. She carried a cascade of White marguerite daisies, pompons and sweetheart roses, Her attendants were Mrs. Carl Hagemister, matron of honor, and Mrs. Gary Coffman, bridesmaid. They wore taffeta empire gowns in shades of yellow and green,'with lace bodices in the contrasting colors. They carried yellow and green Marguerite daisies with velvet ribbons. Donald Davis was best man, and Lee Pecker was groomsman. Guests were seated by Jack Petersen and William Pe* and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Evans of Winchester. Miss Patricia Flowers was her sister's maid of honor, Miss Kathleen Hegeman was bridesmaid, and another sister, Miss Diana Flowers, was junior bridesmaid. The bridegroom's brother, Roger Evans, was best man and Paul FloWers, brother of the bride, and Thomas Hurst were groomsmen. Randall Hoi- brook and James German were ushers. The bride's floor length sheath crepe gown was topped with molded bodice of re-embroidered Alencon lace and a cathedral lace train, bordered with crepe, was attached at the shoulders. Her illusion veil was gathered to a .pearl and lace cluster headpiece, she carried a cascade of white carnations and rosebuds with lilies of the valley and greenery. The attendants wore floor length apricot colored chiffon over linen gowns With satin bows centered with organza rosettes securing the full chiffon trains to the back necklines. Matching roses secured bouffant ballerina veils, and they carried colonial bouquets of white and apricot tinted carnations. The new Mrs. Evans is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School and" St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, Springfield. Her 'husband attended Woodruff High School, Peoria, and is employed by the Alcan Co. They will live at 203 Maple St., Roxana. Cooking Cues Ever serve brownies topped with peppermint ice cream and chocolate sauce? Bake the brownies in a shallow pan so they are on the thin side. If peppermint ice cream isn't available, you can use vanilla or chocolate ice cream and sprinkle it With crushed peppermint flavored hard candy. To Be Brides Gromr-Fowler Mf. and Mfs. Arthur & er, of 628 Alton St. are aft< flouncing the engagement ot their daughter, charlene, to Mi* chael L. Grovet, soft of Mr, ftfid Mrs. WUliam L. Grovet, of 8632 E. Doerr St. Miss Fowler is a 1864 gradti« ate of Alton High School and has atte«id«$ Southern lliinote University. She is employed by Owens Illinois, Glass 1 Works, Godfrey. . Her fiinre is a 1984 graduate of the same school and has just Ibeen discharged from; the Army after completing a year's tour of duty in Vietnam. He is employed with Rains AG Food Store and will return to school at SIU in the fall. M1SSS F6WLER Poole~Thomasson Mr. and Mrs. H. Leland Thomasson of 423 E. 14th St., are announcing the engagement of their eldest daughter, Christina Lee, to Joseph R. Poole of 1330 E. Fourth St. He is the son of Mrs. Ruth Poole and the late Josh Poole. from Alton High School in 1965, from Alton Hig hSchool in 1965, and is a senior art education major at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Linkey- Layton Announcement, is being made of the engagement of Miss Mary Alice Layton, 1003 Alby St., and Allen J. T/nkey. Miss Layton is the daughter of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Everett K. I.ayton. She graduated from Alton High School and is employed by the Emerson Electric Co. IP St Louis. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Alfred Linkey of Freeburg. He graduated from the Frwburg Community High School, and is employed by Gouldlngs Jewelry Store. The couple plan to be married Aug 30, in the Edwards Street Assembly of God Church. Maguire- Tague Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tague of 825 Esther Ave., Wood River, are announcing the engagement of their youngest daughter, Judith Lou'se, to Spec. 5 Charles Maguir*. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maguire of 208 Walnut St., Roxai a. Miss Tague is a 1968 graduate of Marquvtte High School and is employed in the office of Sav- Mart. Her fiance is a 1965 graduate of Roxana High School, and Is serving in Germany with the'Army The co'jple is planning a winter wedding MISS TAGUE , Cooking Cues Thicken canned stewed tomatoes with flour or cornstarch and serve as a sauce for omlet. Strips of onion and green pepper, skillet-cooked in butter, may be added to the stewed to* matoes if you like. This makes a pleasant luncheon or brunch dish. Bushdicker, Toenyes Nuptials MBS. DUNN tersen Jr., and candles Were lighted by Marifi and Darrell Hart. Mrs. Dunn graduated from East Alton-Wood River High School in 1964, and is a secretary in the laboratory-of the Wood River Township Hospital. |}er husband attended Pas'* cagoula schools, served with l&e Army, p} is employed by Contract Beverage Packers Co, The couple will honeymoon in "& J4)U>,, and wiU,flye it AYe,, Mrs, Carole Yemm Toenyes, 1140 W. Ninth St., and Donald Bushdicker of St. Charles, Mo,, Were married at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday in the First Baptist Church. The ftev. Orrtn M, Anderson offteia,t$d. Mr. and Mrs. Finis SchulU, sister and brother-in-law of the bride, attended tt»e couple. Mrs. Schultz wore a white and pink sheath cotton lace dregs, and carried a bouquet of pink car* nations centered with pink rose* buds. The new Mrs. BushdJcker wore a beige lace over satin A-Jine drees, with a ruffled y. neck bodice. An organza bow held her short veil of nylon, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations centered with white rose* buds and stephanotis. Following the service friends were greeted at a wedding din* ner ; in Lewis and Clark restaurant, Mrs. Busadlcker is a graduate of Alton High School and te a secretary for the Machinist's Union Lodge 6J), Her husband graduated from St. Qharles High School and attended Central College, ..Kty ette, Mo, He is the proprietor of the St Charles Auto Parts Mr. Poole is a 1964 graduate of Alton High School. He attended SIU, and is employed by the Kroger Co. in Central: City, Mo. .A spring 1969 wedding is being planned by the couple. MISS THOMASSON Huppert- Ly vers MISS LYVERS Mrs. Joseph A. Lyvers of East St. Louis is announcing the engagement and approach- Ing marriage of her daughter, Mary Paula, to Joseph W. Huppert, 84 E. Penning Ave,, Wood River, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Huppert. The ty-ide-elect is also the daughter of the late Mr. Lyvers, and graduated from St. Teresa Academy in East St. Louis. She is an invoice clerk for Wilson Sporting Goods Co., St. Louis. Mr. Huppert graduated from Marquette High School, and is employed by Laclede Steel Co. The couple will be married on Aug. 9. Hailer* Meyer Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Karen Sue Meyer, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Meyer, to Lawrence Joseph Hailer, son of Mrs. Arthur G. Harris, 38 Holly Hill Dr., and the late George L. Hailer. Miss Meyer of 603 State St., is employed in the patient's accounts office of St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Hailer is employed by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co, The couple will be married in St. Patrick's Church on Aug. 10.