Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Anton Heisler, Former Altonian, Dies at 87 Anton Helslor who for a number of years resided In tho North Bide and who waa well known throughout Al ion, died yesterday at his home In St. Louis ttt tho ag« of 87 years. Heltder retired from business several years ago but made occasional visits to Alton where ho would visit old friend* and relatives for several days. Prior to his retirement, ho won connected with a laundry buBlncua at St. Louis. Beside;) ono son, Robert, and two daughters, Mrs. Ida Jones and Mrs. Nettle James, all of St. Louis, Mr. Hclslcr leaves many friends and relatives in Alton who will mourn his passing. The body wl! bo brought to Alton Monday morning and taken to the home of his granddaughter, Mrs Anton Landgrof on the Godfrey road, where funeral services will lie held Monday afternoon, with Rev. J. O. Reynolds oC tho Kim Street Presbyterian church officiating. Burial will be In Oakwood cemetery.