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Grant Long obit - J.T.Quigley HSloWfai AltolV IraK Bottfa. OoV, •...
J.T.Quigley HSloWfai AltolV IraK Bottfa. OoV, • at Wi ' Hume, Smith Aft,* B«t Alton, after tn illnett Of two year*. He was ft , Mr. Quigley had resided in @ftit •AtiM tu)C6 IIQBY iBdvftttt !•«( ne b*h lot 10 m«. ,H§ was mow May 12, 1MB At •New Salem, and moved with his pareTrts, tte late Mr, and MM, Patrick Qulftey, to Versailles in early childhood. He attended the VersalUes.iKihdols aiftd following his ffiarrlafte Feb. 18, 1808, to Anna Anna -Aitotuy they moved to Naples where wey wade their home for , 20 yetrs befora coming to Alton area. Mr, Qtrigley had completed 95 years servio* at .Alton Box Board at time of his retirement in 1951. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs, Brow* Lee Baliter, Lagro, Fla., Mrs. Helen Covington, East > Alton; Mrs. Anna Belle Schmuch, San Gabriel, Calif., Mrs. Rose* maty Stanton, St. Louis, and Mr*. Naomi Mead, Wood River; five sons, John, Elkhart, Ind., Leo, Alton; Alton; J. R., and James, East Alton; Alton; and "Jack, Wood River a brother/James, Kewanee; two sisters, sisters, Mn. Molly MeSker, Wichita, Kans., and Mrs. May Weber, Los Angeles; 29 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Two sons and two daughters preceded him in death. The body is at Marks Mortuary where the Rev. Manley Mace, paS- tor of First Presbyterian Church, Wood River, will conduct rites Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the Mortuary Mortuary after 7 p.m., today. R.W.ShartleSr. JERSEYVILLE —• Jerseyville relatives received word Saturday of the death of Ralph W. Shartle ST., Saturday night at 125 Smith Rd., Lebanon, Mo. He had been ill for some time and about three weeks ago he and Mrs. Shartle went from St. Louis to Lebanon to'be with their son-in-law and daughter, Li Col. and Mrs. James Lynch, who "just returned from a tour of duty in Germany and are living in Lebanon while Lynch is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood. Mr. Shartle was born in Middle- town,"0hio, but resided for many A tMdAft,. iteMly a ------ Irt CtietWrfield 6m t Mr. Lonf m liewi* MafAlSr ««, ft rattita** ^intwtlY • Ufa* "irtnifn it^Lc. *iA ufocnc uQunly* tD§ wQet uw for* ffler Mary Ethel Green, to whom he wfi's matrted ift 1894, died in Jshiidrwi are Mrs, dia Long, Brightftn! Mrs. J. A. Ring, BittiUngham, Mich,, Mr*. Guy Fits, Chicago; Mri, Herbert Welch, Plalmdew, and Mn. Paul Rands, Alton; Wilbur Long, Che*, tetfleld; Olin, Alton, Sam, Phoenix. Phoenix. Ariz., and Dean. Two sons preceded him In death. » Funeral rite* will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m, ( in Warner Funeral Home, Chesterfield, after which interment will take place itt Chesterfield Cemetery/ Friends, may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m., Wednesday, years in St. Louis w*ere he was associated with Wagner Electric Co. His wife was formerly Miss Eleanor Whitehead of Jerseyville. Surviving in addition to his wi- • dow are big daughter, Mrs. Mildred Mildred Shartle Lynch of Lebanon, Mo,, and a MM, Ralph Shartle Jr., otjiaton Rouge, La. , Funeral services were held at 31 a. m. today arthe Valhalla Chapel of Memories in St. Louis. Paid Reno , SHIPMAN - Paul Reno, a life, long resident of Piasa area, died Monday at 11 a.m., at his home after an Illness of one year. He was 71. Born in Piasa Township, Sept, 1, 1890> Mr r Reno was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Reno, early settlers in. the area. He had farmed until ill health caused his retirement Mr. Reno was a member of Shipman Lodge 212, A.F.&A.M. He is survived by his* widow, the former Clementine Forwood; a daughter, Pauline, at home; a son, Howard, Piasa, and,a grand' daughter, 'LuAnne Rend. He was preceded in death by four brothers including William; who died tour months ago, and two sisters; The Rev. H. C. Rhoads will conduct conduct funeral rites Wednesday at 2 p.nt, in Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home, Shipman, after which in- •"" terment will take place in Piasa Aug Cemetery. . p Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m., today. Rites Set Wednesday For Schlemer Infant B . John Stutz John Stutz, 67, of 3608 Thomas St., died at 7:45 a. m., today in Alton Memorial Hospital. He had been a patient in the hospital for Seven days! A native and lifelong resident of Alton, Mr.'Stutz was born'Feb. 27, 1894. His parents were the late Mri and Mrs. Charles Stutz. He was a veteran of WorM War I and a member of Alton Evan geUcal Church of Christ and of Alton lodge 254, Eagles. His only survivors are cousins. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m., in Morrow Quinn Mortuary by the Rev. Charles Stevens. Entombment will be in Grandvlew Mausoleum, Alton-Cemetery. Alton-Cemetery. Friends may call at the Mortuary Mortuary after 6 p, m., Wednesday. Grant Long CHESTERFIELD - Grant Long whoce lineal discendante include nine children, 31 grandchildren, 46 grat-granochildren, and three EDWARDSVILLE — Graveside services for Daniel Lee Schlemer, infant son of Lee Roy and Dorothy, Dorothy, Wehner Schlemer, 409 Plum St., will be conducted Wednesday morning at Calvary Cemetery by Rev. John Spreen, assistant pastor Jul Jul of St. Boniface Church. The Lesley Marks Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. The child, who was born Nov. 11 in St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis; died at 6 p. m. Monday. In addition to the parents, the infant infant in survived by maternal grandparents/Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wehner of Edwardsville. , t ' Mrs. Stella Wintjen Rites Conducted With the Rev. Lloyd Shewmaker Shewmaker officiating funeral rites t for Mn. Stella L. Wintjen were conducted conducted Saturday at 2 p.m., in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, Burial Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Casketbearera were Arnold McCuen, McCuen, Lynn Rhoades, Clayton Bond, Edwin Reinke, Robert Kfen* inger and Philip Schreiber. Rev. E. D. Little Rites Conducted Following service* Sunday at 1 p.m. in Union Baptist Church, the body of the Rev. Edward D. Little, Little, a former pastor of the church, was taken to Jerseyville for burial. burial. ' ' , The Rev. John C. Oliver officiated officiated at the service. Casketbearers were Edward Singleton, Arthur Poindexter, Almo Almo Haynes, Charles Kimball, William William Gouiton, and Lorine Wil liams. Miss Clova Weiss a as ge,tt Lorillard electronics 3 lower than slid Alton

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 14 Nov 1961, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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