Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
2 Bunker Hill Men in 80s Die BUNKER HILL—Two Bunker Hill area men, both in theii eighties, died in area hospitals his morningl' Both had been hospitalized hospitalized since Sept. 2. They were Albert J. Keirle 85, a retired farmer, whose death occurred at 8:30 a.m. in Carlinville Area Hospital, anc Iharles C. Schaum, 84, of Dor- hester. The latter died at 7 a.m., in St. Francis Hospital itchfield. Mr. Keirle, who had resided n and near Bunker Hill since he age of two, was born March 3, 1876, at Shipman, He had resided resided in Bunker Hill since his retirement 14 years ago. Mr. Keirle entered the hospi al after suffering a hip fracture Aug. 23, in a fall at his home. He He is survived by a daughter Miss Freda Keirle, who made icr home with her father; a sister, sister, Mrs. Robert Bley, Bunker Hill, and four brothers, Oscar Calgaiy, Canada; Eph, Baker Mont., and Otto and Frank, Bun ker Hill. Mr. Sohaum, who was unmar- ied, made his home with » cousin, cousin, Mrs. Frank Eggers, and her husband, at Dorchester. He was born Dec. 14, 1876, in Germany. His only survivors are nieces and cousins. Funeral rites for Mr. Schaum will be conducted Thursday at 2 ).m., in Jacoby-Wise Funeral tome by the Rev. C. M. Miller Burial will be in Bunker Hill temetery. Friends may call at the funeral funeral home after 3 p.m., Wednesday. Wednesday. The body of Mr. Keirle also is at Jaooby-Wise Funeral Home vhere rites are pending.