Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 19, 1952 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB STORAGE BUILDING on the Mike Crotchett property in Kane. The roof of it landed on a shed next door, exposing a piano and other ileins stored in the shed.—Staff photo. TRUCK IN TWO-SIDED GARAGE—Truck which-was in the garage of Bud Wheeler at Kane, when the storm struck Tuesday evening. Only the truck prevented the rest of the garage from blowing down.—Staff photo. GRAIN STORAGE BIN ROLLED ACROSS ROAD at Kane Tuesday evening. This bin was originally in place between the first and third bins on the left of the photo. A witness said that the first bin in line turned around in circles before finally settling in its original position.—Staff photo. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Donald Rlplinger, Route 1, Dorsey. Mr«. Ellen Scillian, Grand River, Ky. Cynthia Pieper, Route 2. Fieldon. David Radcliff. 1137 Green. Mrs. Margaret Booth, 22.1 Gerson, Godfrey. Surgical Treatment William Slaten, Dow. Mrs. Ruth Long, 3718 Coronado. Mrs. Emma Frit/, Bunker Hill. George Garde, Livingston. Gerald Dalton, 940 Union. Robert Young, 652 East Fourth. Mrs. Florence Voss, 617 Forest Homes. Mrs. Shirley O'Hara, 311 Lampert. Gary Conrad, Route 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Owen Cross and infant daughter, Roule 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Charles Welch, 3845 Aberdeen. St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment Raymond Hudock, 44 West Jennings, Wood River. Fred Bctzold, 620 Hancock, Edwardsville. Mrs. Medora Johnson, 19-0 Piasa. Jimmie Jones. 164 East Jennings, Wood River. Cynlhia Gust, Wood River. George Farris. 619 Monroe, East Alton. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Mary Walking, 8',a East Elm. Mrs. Alma Messenger, 537 East Fifth. Mrs. Viola Winkle, 502 East Union, Edwardsvllle. William Fred Greene, 1613, Jocsting. j Mrs. Verda L. Hoover, 11281 Stale. William Oseland, 726 Contra). Mrs. Lura Duncan, 506 Winkler. HUGE TREE FALLS IN KANE BUSINESS SECTION landing on a building occupied by tlw Wiley Berry Insurance Co. Part o( the roof foil on the street in front of the building This morning volunteer workmen were pulling the tree away from the building with a caterpillar hactor. It was at Ihis spot that Earl Thomson was struck by a piece of wood.—Staff photo. Alton Area Deaths Harry C. Moores Harry C. Moores. 84, former Upper Alton business man, died of Infirmities Tuesday nt the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney F. Dawson, at Ferguson, Mo. Moores, a native of England, had resided in the'States for 56 years and in the 20's had operated a bakery In Upper Alton where he was widely acquainted, He also hud been in the bakery business in Bunker Hill and Granite City. Surviving in addition to his daughter, Mrs. Dawson, are two sons, H. A. Moorcs, Webster Groves, Mo., and William A., of St. Louis, Mo., seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. The body is at White funeral home in Ferguson where friends may call until time of the funernl Thursday at 2 p. m. In St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ferguson. Burial will be in Valhalla cemetery, "St. Louis county, beside the grave of his wife, who died in 1948. Thomas McHenry Thomas J. MoIIenry, former Alton resident, died Tuesday in St. Louis. Funeral services will be at 9 a. m., Friday, at St. Louis Cathedral, and burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Alton. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McHenry, who for many years resided on Fourth. David Maher, 121.4 Armstrong. Mrs. Eva L. Payne, 126 Park, Wood River. AT LAST SCIENCE HAS THE ANSWER... LOSE UGLY FAT IN 10 DAYS OR YOUR MONEY BACK! Sylvester Bland, 1216 Adams. Miss Marilyn Brims. 2629 Sidney. Joseph Rurkhardl, Edwardsville. Herschel Counts, Chesscn lano. Mrs. Roellen Fukery, 117 Indiana. | Mrs. Helen Irene Colt*, 224 Lincoln, Kasl Allon. Ralph Gould, 7?,7 Park drive. Miss Bessie Jloue, '>'2'.\ K;ist Sevenlh. Mrs. Doi'olhy Kotlsvitx and infant daughter, 43!) M street, Edwardsville. Mrs. Eunice Saekers, 101! Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Robert E. Fulton, 233 Lincoln, East Alton. Mrs. Laura J. Vroman, Heltlck. Miss Gloria Maher. 237 Acton. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Ethel Wilson, 109 Tomilson, East Alton. Mrs. Ruby Davis, Bethalto. ' Mrs. Alice Johnston, 402 Fifth. Dismissals Mrs. Dollie Thuerkoff, Route No. 1, Edwardsville. Glen U. Pike, Route No. 1, Ed- wnrdsvllle, Mrs. Julia Ford. 157 South Sixth. Hurley Miller, 139 Lakeside, East Alton. Miss Doris June Cole, 1*1 Ferguson. Allen J. McVey. 133 East First. Roxana. William C. Pointer, 3218 P.'dsnll, • Alton. I Mrs. Meredith Hampton. Route j I, Moro. Mrs. Bertha Wilson. 326 George, Ka«l Allon. Mrs. Jeanne \\'all, Route 1, Kast Allon. Mi-.- Jane Lenihers, 405 Brown, K;isl Alton. Allen Dale Osborne, Collar Hill. Washington avenue. Like others of his talented family, Thomas McHenry was a musician. Members of the family had an orchestra of their own. Surviving are two sisters, Miss Cora and Miss Mary, and a brother, Charles, all of St. Loulg. The funeral will be from the Donnelly funeral parlor, 3840 Llndell boulevard, Mr. McHenry resided at 4204 Westminster, St. Louis. Miss Maria Dorsey CARLINVILLE—Miss Marlft L. Dorsey, a patient In the Macoupln hospital for three years, died fit 6:35 a. m. today. Born Feb. 3, 1886, on a farm south of Gillespie, a daughter of late Pluto H. and Olivia Williams Dorsey, she spent her early years in Bunker Hill. Twenty years ago she moved to Carllnvllle to reside with her brother the late O. L. Dorsey, and his wife. Miss Dorsey, a lifelong member of (he Episcopal Church, leaves besides Mrs. 0. L, Dorsey another sister-in-law, Mrs. Mayo Dorsey, also of Carllnville. The body Is at Ihe .Tanoby fti neral home in Bunker Hill, wher« friends may call until time of the funeral Friday at 2 p, m. Riteg will be conducted by the Rev. W. W. Swift, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Carllnvllle. Burial will be in the Bunker Hill cemetery. Matthew Johnson Matthew Johnson, 78. died at 9:10 a. m. today In Mather convalescent home where he had been a patient for several months. Before enter ing the nursing home he had roomed on Union street. He was a member of SI. Mary's parish. The body Is at Slat.en funeral home pending funeral arrangements. mny cull after 7 p. m. today and until noon Thursday when It wil! be taken to the church. Following services in Bclhnlto Iho body wll be moved to Col.trell funeral home Poplar Bluff, for riles nl 2 p. m Friday. Burial will be In Woodlawn cemetery, Poplar Bluff, Read Telegraph Want Ads Here's a guide that's guaranteed Harry A. Tyncr BETH A LTD Marry Andrew Tyner, fi6, retired carpenter, died al 6:30 p. m. Tuesday in Wood River Township Hospital where he had been a patienl since March 6. Tyner, n native of Poplar Blulf. Mo., WHS horn AUK. 12. 1885. lie had resided in SI. I.ouis before moving to Beihallo 14 years ago. • A step-son. Alva Cobb. of CM-! Hills; a brother. (Jeorge W. | Tyner of SI. Ixniis, Mo., and three! grandchildren, survive him. His' wife, the former Miss I-otlie K. i Timmons, to whom he was IIIHI--J ried Feb. 4. UH6, died lust Jan- 1 uary. Tyner WH-- a inemhei- of lielh- allo Melhodisl f'hureh and riles Thursday nl 1 :'!() |). m. \\'lll be conducted in Ihe church by Ihe lies'. I.. I-.'. Duds', pastor ol (Iracc Methodist Church. The body is at Smith funeral home \\here friendv to fill most every office need The Know-It-Owl says: LOOK in the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section of your telephone directory— ADDRESSING MACHINES BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEMS DICTATING MACHINES JANITORS' SUPPLIES TYPEWRITERS Vfr«, Ma Hammond's Body Due Thtirsday .. delay In Iho arrival of the ody of Mr*. Ida Hammond from Ymplfl City, Calif., h«» been mined hy grounding of the plane nl 'hoenlx, Ar'z., on which the body as being flown to St. Loula. In n trlpgratl to Coroner Ben . Stnten, airline officiate today (•ported the plane would arrive at jimbcrt Field, St. Lmilii, on Thurn- ay instead of today «• wft* orl- innlly scheduled, Upon arrival In Allon Thursday, he body will be taken to Statcn unoral home where friends may nil nfler 7 p.m. Interment In Si. J ntrlrk'n cemetery Friday morning ill be private. Funeral riles for Mrs. Hammond, idow of John (Sonny) Hammond, ormer Allon assessor, were -on- lucted Tuesday In St.* Luke's Ihurch, Temple Clly. .SAFE junex ' PLAN MOArvft • MO Ix9ni$9 • NO C+tl* C*mt*g RIOUCE THE 111 IK A WAT Whtre All Other R«d«etrj Fail! NOW VOU CAN EAT All VOU WANT! JUNKX t«bl«li eom*M • uagrr^M-nt llul Mfrlr cufbt bungrr by prvvutm( the bulk your tlomftcb Deed* viiltowi ih« fil-buildiaf »U* n^-niA «,ib Ib. Jl'NKX DMlb.Hl I tad beJ-lim« Mltcfct JI'.MrA )»" Ml <H <<•<> «tal' NK\EB <:o ULM.KV: Willi JII wv IIIX Will || TMI HIT vou IYM MA»II MM wt.jhi Midtnim «ow Win. ><n» kino AM) YOlJR LIFE! Uoa'i M e<M W tbo«r on • "lotnorruw ( 111 YOUR SCAU BE YOUR JUDGE fllMit *UU lOSI HtHJ WiUHl OH IUUH M0Nl« KA(K/ FORD HOPKINS Br.ill Uruft 119 W, 3rd DONUTS & ICE CREAM ARE TOO HIGH Six Years Ago Wednesday DIXIE CREAM DONUT SHOP Was Opened in Alton. Donuts At That Time Were 30c Per Dozen When We Open Our Doors This Wednesday The Best Glazed Donuts in Alton Will Again Re Retail Price. ALL OTHER TYPES OF DONUTS AS WELL AS OUR DELIC.OUS DIXIE HOMADE ICE CREAM PRICED ACCORDINGLY. HOURS; 4 P. >l. In MIDMTIS ' 2404 E. BROADWAY ALTON DIAL 3-8515 newest Jfl«u# iftfll, hunt ntur Mibon and «Mnf ftfli» l.ih equipment, Is claimed td %i one ot the most modfirft In £ut60t» ' In (he fossilized remain* of ittl* mnls. ifAih usually are tne B«tt preserved of the organ*. Read Telegraph Went Adi MHvin C. LaBuryere jr. Hilos Held Wednesday .TKKSKYVILLI:: Funeral sor- iccs for Melvln Chnrles Ln- Burycre jr.. wore ronduoled Wed- •losdny H! '-' p. in. from the .Tncoby irolhri's funernl homo In this rlly. Inlermonl. wnn in I IIP Knne cemetery. The child was Iho son of Molvln hnrle.i LnDuryere M-., nnd WHS born Mnrcli 17 HI the Boyd Mem-! orlnl Tlospllnl In Cnrrolllon. Ho died nt the Christian Welfnre Hospital In Knst St. Ix>uis, MaivJi 17. The child Is survived by his parents of this clly: one brother. Edwin; nnd the following gnmdparenli: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cln- bnugh of Jerseyvllle; Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Fix of St.^ Louis, Mo., and DeForest Whltlock of Shlpman. • Big'(50 jq. in, Cannon dish towel— your* in every Giant Si/e box of Silver Duit, SAFE, WHlTt .PlCMtft OR lAUNDftr AMD O FOR A Glow Enam«l ThatAfowr YtJfow* Brilliant TiU Whit* Spreads 50*/ 0 farther - Greater coverage Save)! Money, V Amazingly Washable! Waihet like Tile! Self Leveling • No Brush Marks. Saves Labor - Easy to Apply. • Guaranteed, America's FINEST White Enamel. THMI'S Use LIQUID THE iin resistant, scrubbtble ellowing surface is require white an enamel MORRIS' PAINT STORE 680 EAST BROADWAY A. K. 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