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 - PAGE B-8 Obituaries Moran lames Moran of 2620...
PAGE B-8 Obituaries Moran lames Moran of 2620 Sidney St.. a pipefitter at Shell Oil Co., for 32 years prior to his retirement 16 years ago, was pro nouneed dead on arrival a tAl- ton Memorial Hospital at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Death was attributed to aheart attack. Mr Moran. who had lived in Alton area for 48 years, was born Feb. 4. 1887, in Brighton Township. He attended the Brighton schools and was a member of St. Patrick's Parish, and Pipe- fitters Local 553. His wife, the former Maude Logan, whom he married in February of 1925, in St. Patrick's Church, died in 1957. Surviving are a stepdaughter, Mrs. John Fowler, who made her home with him: two step• grandsons, John G. Fowler, and James F. Fowler, and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church followed by burial in St Patrick's Cemetery. The body ist at Staten Chapel where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. The Rosary will be at 8 p.m. today. Hopkins James T. Hopkins, a native • and former resident of Alton, died Monday in a Gary, Ind., hospital, Alton relatives have been informed. He had been ill • since November. Mr. Hopkins, who had lived In Gary for 30 years, attended the Alton schools. He was a son of Robert Hopkins, Indianapolis, Ind., and the late Lula Bell Hopkins. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins; four brothers, Robert and Lucien, Gary, Ind., Pearl, Indianapolis, Ind., and Raymond, East St. Louis, and four sisters, Mrs. Mattie Hyde, Alton; Mrs. Marie Abernathy, Mrs. Stella McCaulley and Mrs. Cora Edwards, and his father, all of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be held Friday in Gary. Biebel Funeral services for Art L. Biebel, East St. Louis, a Past Grand Chef de Gare of Illinois Forty & Eight, will be held Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, East St. Louis. The body is at Brichler Fun:, eral Home, 2216 State St., East St. Louis, where friends may call tonight and Thursday. . Members of Madison County Voiture 391, Forty & Eight, will assemble at the funeral home Thursday at 8 p.m. in a body to pay their respects, - Mr. Biebel, a retired East St. Louis business man, died Sunday at Lakeland, Fla. Vincent Funeral services for Mrs. Nora Vincent, 85, former Roxana resident, will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. in Kline Funeral Home, Beardstown. Burial will be in Scottville Cemetery. Mrs. Vincent died Monday at Brierley Nursing Home, near Beardstown, where she had been a patient four years. She is survived by three sons, Harry Vincent, Scottville; Vernon, Beardstown, former Roxana residents, and Cecil, Beards- own. and granddaughters, Mrs. Bernie DeWitt. and Mrs. Betty Hpprich, Roxana. Her husband, Tid, preceded her in death. Neely JERSEYVILLE - Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie E. >Jeely, 77. widow of Herbert G. 'Veely, will be held Thursday at p.m. in First Presbyterian Church, where she had been a member 67 years. The Rev. Edwards Breed will officiate at the church and at he burial in Oak Grove Ceme- ery. The body is at Gubser Fun- ral Home where friends may all after 4 p.m. today and un- il noon Thursday when the tody will be taken to the church. Mrs. Neely. a daughter of arly settlers in Jersey County vas born near Delhi, June 4, 886. Her parents were the late oseph and Antionette Van lorne Powel. She had been active in work f the congregation of First •resbyterian Church for many ears and was a member of the Esther Bible Class: past ma- ron of Jerseyville Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; Farm ureau Homemakers Exten- ion Service; Jerseyville Woman's Club, Jersey Community Hospital Auxiliary, and Royal Neighbor Lodge. Surviving are a son, Kenneth, Uverside, Calif., a daughter, Mrs. N. Aubrey Carson, Kirkwood, Mo., two brothers, Spener A. Powel, Ft. Myers, Fla., nd Andrew W. Powel, Grand Rapids, Mich., and three grand- hildren. The building fund of First Presbyterian Church has been amed as a memorial fund. Munzebrock Joseph Munzebrock, 35, of tampsville, died Tuesday at 0:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hos- ital where he had been a pa- ent since March 6. The body is at the C. C. anks Funeral Home, Hardin, ending funeral arrangements. Thomas CARROLLTON — Funeral ervices for Clark Thomas, 90, retired farmer from Carroll- on, were held Monday at 2 ).m. at the Wolfe Memorial lome in Roodhouse, with Dr. Frank Marston, interim pastor of the Presbyterian church officiating. Burial was in the arrollton gity cemetery. Thomas died at 8:15 a.m. Saturday at the Hilltop Nurs- ng Home near White Hall where he had been a patient or several days. He was born near Carrollton January 16, 875, the son of the late Mr. ind Mrs. Samuel Thomas. His wife the former Zelda Williams died July 10, 1959. He is survived by one daugh- er, Louise Thomas of Kansas City, Mo., and two stepdaugh- ers, Mrs. Thelma Lane and Mrs. Katherine Rex both of Little Rock, Ark. He also leaves a alf - brother, Beverly Thomas f Springfield. He had been a member of the 'resbyterian church in Carroll- on for more than 50 years. Bockholdt JERSEYVILLE - Louie

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 10 Mar 1965, Wed,
  3. Page 22

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