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 - THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1952 Alton Area Deaths Mrs,...
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1952 Alton Area Deaths Mrs, D, Whyte Mrs. Dellamay Whyte, 38, wife of Edgar Whyte, a letter carrier In the Alton pout office, died at 10:53 p.m. Wednesday at her home, 3616 Horn street. She had been in 111 health for several years and in March had been a patient in Wood River Township Hospital. vlmee her return home from the hospital there had been a gradual decline in her health. A daughter of the late Harry Hannan, and MA. William Enrlght of Belleville, she was born May 8, 1913, in Alton. Her marriage to Edgar Whyte took place Feb. 16,1935, in Alton. They had resided since 1942 at the Horn street home. Surviving, in addition to her husband and mother, are a daughter, Judith Gay, a student at Alton High School, and a brother, Sam, of Belleville. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. In Church of Christ on Franor avenue by Evangelist Herschel Ottwell. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. The body is at Staten funeral home, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Alton emetery. Friends may visit tit* funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. Frank Schenato Frank Schenato, 56, of 306 Allen street, a motor engineer at American Smelting & Refining Co., for 31 years, died at 10:55,a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital a short time after he had suffered a paralytic stroke at; work. Schenato became ill at 9:15 a.m. and was moved immediately to the hospital where his death occurred in less than two hours. A native of Italy, he was born Feb. 28, 1896. He had been in the United States for the past 38 years and had been employed al the American Smelting & Refining Co. for 31 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Freda Schenato; two sons, Atilio, and John, and three daughters, Mrs. Angeline Kaufman of Wood River, and Julia and Norma, at home. He also leaves two brothers and a sister, who reside in Italy, and one grandchild. Funeral arrangements have tentatively been set for Monday morning. The body is at Staten funeral home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Kate Doerr Mrs. Kate Doerr, 87, who had resided in Alton since the age of eight, died in her sleep Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fulton Calame, 1017 Phinney avenue. She had been ill and bedfast for the past two years. She was the widow of William Doerr, who died in August of 1950 They had resided for a number oJ years at 502 Ridge street. Mrs. Doerr was born April 6, 1865, in Germany, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Knecht. She came with her parents to the United Slates when a small child and settled with them in the Fosterburg area. Two daughters, Mrs. Calame and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Tar/ana Calif., and three sons, William of Santa Monica, Calif., and Harr> and Carl Doerr of Alton survive her. She also leaves a sister, Mrs John Snyder of Fosterburg; two grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. The body is at Burke funera home, where funeral rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Harold Carter, Former Altonian, Buried Here Funeral services for Harold Carer of Kankakee, former Altonian, who was fatally Injured Saturday night in an automobile accident, were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday Ip Streeper funeral home by the Rev. Carl Hllgendorf, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church. Bural was In Upper Alton cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Calvey, Flay Sevier, Bill and Clarence Die- <ey, Norman Houston and Charles Ford, Mildred Meisenheimer Services Set Saturday Funeral services for Mildred Ei- een Meisenheimer, 14-month-old- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meisenheimer of near Fosterburg. will be cdhducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in Streeper funeral home. Burial will be In Upper Alton cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. Surviving the baby In addition o her parents and grandparents, are a brother, Thomas, and five sisters, Peggy, Betty, Barbara, Caroline, and Patsy. Roxana Baptist Youths Plan Easter Egg Hunt ROXANA. — An Easter egg hunt for the children of the First Baptist Church will be held at 1 p.m. Friday. The group will gather at the church, where the pastor, the Rev. L. E. Muslain, will lead them in devotionals. Girl Scouts Meet ROXANA. — Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 14 met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Salsman on Reller avenue. Leaders for, this month are Mrs. Salsman and JVIrs. Wilbert True. The girls practiced the song they will sing at the Roxana PTA meeting tonight. Members present were Judy and Joan True, Susan Isted, Sandra Radmacher, Rosalie Pearson, Linda Salsman, Jeanne Workman, Judy Neal, Bonnie Buchanan, Marian Rushing and Jessie Grant. Troop 28 Meeting ROXANA. — Brownie Scouts of Troop 26, led by Mrs. Herbert Ball, The a County a Franklin in out in of on the A. assisted March Library At East EAST ALTON—Mrs. Harold McDonald, librarian, reported 1720 books, were crculated from the East Alton Public Library during the month of March. Adults read 884 of the total number and children checked out 836 books during the month. Mrs. McDonald said this Is a marked increase over the previous month when only 1478 books were circulated. Thirty persons applied for registration cards at the library. Eleven of the new patrons were adults and 19 were children. New books available in the mystery fiction field al the library include "Murder Twice Removed", "From This Death Forward", and "Nice People Murder." Adult popular current ficlion includes "East Side Generals", "The Chicago Story", "Himalayan Assignment", "Jasmine Street", "Mittee", "The Earthbreakers", "The Forest Cavalier", "The Gown of Glory", "The Catherine "heel", and "Cathodrad in the Sun." Adult non-fiction are "The Heal-

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 10 Apr 1952, Thu,
  3. Page 18

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