Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 19
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH tAOfi NINETEEN Area Deaths MrsJRosaErdmann Mrs. ROSB Henrietta Louise Krd- friann, 68, wife of Kmll Erdmann, head of an upholstering firm, died "at 7:20 a.m. today In Alton Memorial Ho'.Jitiil where she had been a patient since Sunday following a heart attack. Mrs. Erdmann had had no previous attacks and the one suffered Sunday at her home, 2211 Central avenue, came without varnirg. She was born Feb. 7, 1884, at Conant, 111., a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kraft. She had resided for 25 years at Mur- physhoro before moving to Alton with her family In 1940, A member of Trinity Lutheran Church, she had been active in the women's organizations, belonging to the Altar Guild and to the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Surviving In addition to her husband to whom she was married Nov. 11 3903. aie two sons, Albert, of Alton, and Elwln, St. Louis, Mo., four daughtersr Mrs, Herbert Wilson, Alton, and Mrs. H. E. Brunnworth, Northwood addition; Miss Florino Erdmann, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Marilyn Schmidt, wife of the Rev. G. K. Schmidt rf NunerM. She also leaves a brother, Krnest Kraft of Murphysboro; a sister, Mrs. Esther Lutton of Cutler, and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at - p.m. Saturday In Trinity Lutheran Church by the Rev. Paul Juergensen. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. The body is at: Gent funeral home where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. today and until noon Saturday, Mrs.M.DelGuadio Alton relatives have learned of the death at Boston, Mass., of Mrs. Martha DelGaudio, 35, a resident of Alton until five years ago. Mrs. DelGaudio, wife of Joseph Del- Gaudio, died Wednesday morning following an illness of two years. She was born June 9, 1916, at, Nutwood, in Jersey county, a daughter of Mrs. Amanda Sweeney, and the late Byron Sweeney. Her mother resides in Harclln. With her parents she moved to Alton when she was a child and she was educated in Alton schools. Following her marriage to Josepl DelGaudio, then stationed at Scott Field, they moved to Boston. Surviving in addition to her husband and mother, are two sisters, Mrs. James Kodros and Mrs. Glen Ketterer ST., of Alton. The body Is at Cota funeral home, Summerville, Mass. Funeral rites will be conducted at Summerville Saturday at i, a.m. and interment will take place there. A requiem high mass will be sung Friday at 8 a.m. in St. John's- Nepomuk Church, St. Louis. Mrs.G.Stonebraker Mrs. Grace Stonebraker, 43, of 1220 Fairway drive, wife of Henry W. Stonebraker, project purchasing agent for 'luor Construction Co., died at 5:35 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital of a heart ailment. She had been in ill health for the past three months. Mrs. Stonebraker came to Alton with her husband about six monlh_ ago when he was :. ?nt here on a construction job. She was born Dec. 31, 1908, at Needles, Ca'.if., and ha' spent nearly all of her life in Ihe Whittier area ".'here her mother, Mrs. Carolyn Sugars, now resides. Surviving in addition to her husband and mother, are a daughter, Carolyn, 12, a pupil at East Junior High school, and two'brothers, Major R. H. Sugars, stationed at: Killeen Base, Killeen, Tex., and J. A. Sugars, Los Angeks, Calif. The body will be sent Friday from Strecper funeral home to Whittler, Calif., for funeral sen ices and burial. John C: Barker John C. T irker, 85, of Grafton, died Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in St. Joseph': Hospital where he had been a patient for 11 days. He had been ill at his home for several weeks before entering the hospital. A native of Adams county, he was born Aug. 1, 18IJG. He was a carpenter by trade and was a member of St. Patrick's parish, Grafton. Two sons, James, St. Louis, Mo., and Edward L., of Clinton, Iowa, and a daughter, Mrs. Marvin Pierson, Grafton, survive. He also leaves e brother, Louis Barker of 'Religion in Life' Week at Shurllcf f DR. WILLIAM K. MUELLER The annual "Religion in Life" week on the Shurtleff College campus will begin Monday and continue through Thursday. Guest leader for the week's activities on the campus will be Dr. William A. Mueller, professor of the philosophy of religion at Southern Baplist: Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. The week's program includes four morning chapel servises, dally at 10, In the Upper Alton Baptist Church, evening sessions in the church-, followed by discussions in faculty homes, and.class sessions in which Dr. Mueller will lead. Dr. Mueller holds the M.A. degree from Canisius College, Buffalo, N. Y., the M.S.T. from Union Theological Seminary, and the Ph. D, depree from New York University. He is a native of Germany, and came to the United States in 1923. He has been chief interpreter for the Baptist World Alliance at. two sessions, in Berlin and Atlanta, and speaks German, French and English fluently. Two Shurtleff student organizations are sponsoding the program jointly with the administration, the Student Christian Association and the Ministerial Association. Presidents of the two groups, respectively, are Ed Landrus, sophomore, Chcnoa; and Ed Eskra, sophomore, St. Louis. Wood River Youlh Hurt In Motorcycle Mishap WOOD RIVER—One youth was injured lateWednesday night when he and a companion were thrown from a motorcycle while they were being chased by state patrolmen. Thomas Buchanan, 19, of 134 Lorena avenue, a patient at Wood River Township Hospital, is being treated for injuries to his left leg and hand and for slight shock. Buchanan was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Leo Smith, 17, of 123 First street, Roxana. Smith, who fled the scene of the accident, was later aprehended by state police. State Patrolman Norman Halliday of Bethalto said he^ and Pa- 'trolman Julius Luber of Highland gave chase to the speeding motorcycle after Smith failed to obey a slop sign at Sixth and Ferguson avenue in Wood River. The cyclists headed for Roxana. At a turn on Route 111, Ihe mo- lorcycle went out of control, spinning over into an open ditch which contains water and refinery chemicals. Both youths were thrown into the ditch, but Smith managed to crawl out and escape the police. Patrolman Halllday • quoted Smith as saying he was going 85 miles an hour when he attempted to make the sharp turn. Halliclay estimated that the patrol car was traveling between 70 and 85 In pursuit. The patrol car was just: a few yards behind the motorcycle when the cycle went out of control. Smith was later brought, to Wood River where he was charged with running a slop sign and resisting arrest. Smith was released after paying fines and costs amounting to S28. Buchanan remains a patient, at the hospital. Church Notes Young Adult Class will meet nt 6:15 Friday evening in the Cherry Street Baptist Church for n covered dish dinner and monthly inert- ing. Hosts and hostesses will !>e Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tlmxlon and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hicks. Lloyd Norman is the rlnss teacher. The Zlons Couples will meet n! the Reorganized Church of .lesus Christ of Latter Hay Saints al Fifth street and Lorena avenue, Wood River, Friday at 7:30 p. m. tor a prayer service. All rnemhers are urged to attend. Parent-Trnclicrs Alert At Brusliy Grove noXANA — The Mrushy Grove Parent Teacher Association held their regular meeting Monday at the school. Rev. Alf. Anderson, pastor of the First Bapti t Church at Rosewood Heights, was guest speaker. The group voted to purchase educational film strips for class room work; donated $5 to each teacher for class room material; voted to buy fllir- roll to take nictures of the children at school; donated $5 to the National Headquarter's '-.illd- ing fund; J5 to the scholarsh'p fund, and $5 for exceptional child fund. They also voted io send a delegate to Chicago to the International : 3 T\ Congress April 24, 25 and 26. A nominating committee coin- posed of Wayne Barrow, 7/llss Ann Rhine, and K. Logsdon were appointed. Members will sponsor a clothing drive today and Friday of Ihls week. The room count was won by Mrs. Arthur Lippoldl's room. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wayne Barrow and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter. To Attend State Tourney ROXANA -Coaeh Kd Atkinson of the Ro.xnnn High School and members of this yea-'s basketball squad went 10 Champaign Wednesday to attend the state tournament. Present* Urcltnl ROXANA -Mrs. C. W. .Tudd of Heller pvenue, presented a 30 minute piano r ital Wednesday afternoon before members of the Anna 1> Sparks Unitarian Alliance al the home of Mrs. W H. Dil .uan In Alton. Chill Supper ROXANA--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C.lddings of Central avenue, entertained friends Tuesday evening . t a chili supper. Those attending wore Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kelt oft of OHint, III., Mr. am' Mrs. I e- j Roy Fergas( ri and daughter, Con- ! nle Lynn, and Mr. anil Mrs. Lu- ; ther Felton and daughters, Linda i and Cheryl Ar Troop 'iB Meeting ROXANA - Brownie Scouts of Troop 20 met Wednesday after school at the Little House. Money for cookies was col'ecled. T h e members discussed the Girl Scout laws with their leader Mrs, Herbert Ball. Sandra finlth rerved refreshment, Mrs Ball ,vas ass.sled by Mrs. John Renner. VUlllnjt Brother ROXAN/WMr. and Mrs, Vincent Felton of Orient, nro upending; thin week with Folton's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Folton and daughters Linda and Cheryl nn of Maple avenue. After accepting second prize tot his abstract painting "Noon," it nn exhibition In Oftenburg, Germany, the artist discovered Ml paint- Ing had been hanging upside down since the show opened. NEW SHIPMENT RECEIVED THIS WEEK The Prettiest and Newest SPRING STYLES $5.00 Value if Greens * Blacks if Multi-colors if Whites All Size* 4 to 10. 211 PIASA ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS Open Friday Till 9 Sat. Until 5 P.M. A Very Fin« Group a) A Bargain Prio»! Beautiful HATS l,«tHf '25 .00 Tli«> finiiI touch for your new Duster outfit ... a lowly new lint! You'll find the hut styled Just for yon In the color you've lieen wanting In our coin- nlHc collection of he'autiful new Eatiter llnfs! The word "academy" is derived from the olive grove of Academe where Plato taught, according to the Encyclopedia 1'ritimnica. Havana, and three grandchildren. Th(; body Is at Gent funeral home where friends may call after 7:!!() p.m. today. Funeral riles will be Saturday al 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church, draft on. Burial will be in Scenic Hill ccmclery. (Iral- lon, beside I he grave of his wile. Mary, who died In 1928, The rosary will be recited at 8:!iO p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Trimly Tailored for a Tiny Lady She'll step along sprightly in this navy check coat with matching bonnet. Delectable detail includes navy blue capelet finely tailored with full back to give your Little Miss comfort plus fashion. It's crease - resistant too! Sizes 2-4. THE CHILDREN'S SHOP 112 W, THIRD ST. f ALTON, ILL. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE CREAM OF SPRING'S FASHIONS, TAILORED IN THE GREATEST MILL NAMES IN FABRICS. 39.95 to 59.95 values ALL VIRGIN WOOL FABRICS -.. FORSTMANN'S. ."NORDELLA", BOTANY'S.. ® POODLE, CALIFORNIA TWEEDS, HARLEQUIN CHECKS, ICE CREAM COLORED SUEDES, MILLIKEN GABARDINE. Well you might ask, "How is it possible for you to bring us such values." Combining our efforts with a leading coat manufacturer we have SELECTED each coat style. Come into our Coat Department, shut your eyes and reach out and choose a style. You'll fall in love with it ... that's how great we think each style is. These are not ordinary coats that have "too long hanging on the rack btues" . . , each style has been picked to our rigid specifications. Designers' dreams, painstakingly detailed, master tailored with such new Spring, 1952 fashion highlights as elevator cuffs, new collar details, such as a cardigan collar and jewelled buttons. Join the wondering throngs asking how it is possible for us to bring you these values you would expect to find at $39.95, and more. Sizes 9-15, or 10-18. OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT 'TIL 9:00! 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