Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 8
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EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1956 Obituary R. D. Dawson i Rev. and Mrs. Bowles. i The body has been brought to ! \\ il!ism<ion-\\ orden Funeral Home '. cer". where friends may call until IRoxnna. survive her. ' nsvn Tlnirsrtny when the body will I Funeral rites will hr br'd FH- i be taken to Worden Methodist | 'dny -it •'•"0 pin in Mchi Fusv-r-'Church for services at 2 p.m.. to j Roland D. ttnwson, M. man-jnMtomr;.after uhich ,ntrn,vn» I be conducted by the Rev. Gerald Bger of Illinois Asphalt Co., ai will be i" Cmtrr < mir*. 16th and Alby strr-eis. died iin-:«ouih of Cnrml.ton. H-' expeitrdly Tuesday ;.t 8::'.0 p.m. «>" ^ '" rtvfl(i l '"" 1 "•'' al his lionip in Chesterfield.'home to the Lile« r heart'where friends may call \\m. tod.iy. Mosko. Burin) will be in Woi- ii» Nxiyjdi'n City Cemetery. fun<M.-t|. ]\| r Howies was born Dec. 12, j ing rapidlv for the two Hallow ^idence . ]<;72, In Worrien, and had spent his- een activities sponsored annilal- Mrs. M. Stnsill \VB* attributed to fl ailment. Mr. Ditnson lisd woikcd Tuesday Ht the nsphull fin" 1)W He had suffomi pifvimi<ly Ir.irr^ » heart condition, bill Ins con-j dition was not kno>.\ n to be i cause for immediate alarm. Me was born Jan. 17. 1!KU. at Hetlick. and had resided nearly flll his life in the area. Before becoming manager the asphalt company two year> will ago he hod been employed in i>.m the maintenance department of; will be in OakRiwe Cemetery, the Slate of Illinois, and also had ', Among her worked as a lineman for the' children. 1 I entire life here. | His widow, the former Miss Ku! lalia Best, and six sons, the Rev. i Bowles: Barney Bowles, Chester| field: Ira and I.evi, Livingston; ; .lohn. Kdwardsvillc. and james, EdmtrdsvilJe C of C Plans For Halloween Shape Up Cub Pack Has Halloween Party +> At Wood River KlNVAP.DSVn.I.K — AlbrH II. \ Pauli, oxpcutivp secretary of Ihe Chiimhrr of Commorco, reported lorlny thai plans arc nnd ly by HIP husinp: s Miiivil ppoplp. 'I'hp artivil.irs nro » cnstunio panicle- Hmi a window paint inn contest. Chairmpii for, this year's paint ronlrst flic .lark Brlshaw ;\follie Stuaill, widow of | Alton, survive him. He also leaves j and Leonard Schwartz and they r, i,-tut Stiigill. who lived on Mon-1 a half-brother. Lev! Sandbacli, together with other committee ri>e fl\vmie. KaM Alton, in the!.via, Okla.. and 12 grandchildren i member lirjns, died at her home in Eldora-i nnd 17 grenl-grandchildren. He do. iciathes hci'c have learned. | \uis preceded in death by a daugh- Thr body is at Perm and Turner ler. Mrs. Ona Wohlert, and a son, Home. Eldorado. Riles Jesse, be conducted Saturday at 2 in Oak Grove Church. Burial survivors arc ten' They are Karl and i W. B. Wyatt CARROLLTON— Funeral riles Chcsterficld-'Mr-doi-a Telophono i Omidi. 1 of 1 Rosewood His widow, the former Miss j River: Carl and Mrs. Lurn Joyce, to whom he i Eldorado; Orville, Martinez. Calif.; 1031 and a ' Oscar. Elizabcthtown: Ar/ie, Oma- 111.: and Mrs. Phoebe Shelby, Katie Klokkenga, uas married in daughter, Mrs. Margaret Brooks, Chesterfield, and a son, James , Golconda. of Springfield, are among survivors. He filso loaves n brother, Irving. Ft. I-aiidenlale. Kla.; two sisters, Mrs. Oral Gracey, Carlinvillo, and Mr*. Ruth Bond, .St. Louis: a Karl Stanion. ]::ast Mrs. end three grandchildren. A daughter, Dolores, died in infancy. Funeral riles will be conducted Friday «t 1 p.m. (CST) in Warner Funeral Home. Chesterfield, by the Rev. Rodney Ruberg, pastor of Chesterfield United Church. Interment will be in Chesterfield Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 8 p.m. today. Mrs. B. Liles CARROLLTON—Miss Blanche Luola Liles, a native and lifelong resident of Carrollton. died at 12:45 a.m. today at her home here. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Noah Liles, she was born June 26, 1897. Two brothers, William and George of Carrollton, and a sis ter, Mrs. Ida Mac Alecks CARROLLTON — Mrs. Florence hall-sister, j p vO chc Davis, 57, a former employe Cottage Hills: John, j for William Benjamin Wyatt. Heighls; Roy, Wood j World War I veteran, who died Tuesday at 5:45 a. m. in John Cochran Veteran's Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., will be conducted Friday at 2 p. in. in Simpson Funeral Home. Burial will be In Emric Cemetery. Carlinvillc. Friends may call at the funeral home. Born at: Berdan, north of Carrollton, Mr. Wyatt was a son of the late Aaron mid Katherine Mrs. F, Davis Hagaman. | in the office of the secretary of! "ortnett Wyatt. His wife, Ihe former Bessie Bayberry, preceded him in death. Surviving arc two daughters, of Kemielh G. Davis, former Car-1 Mrs. Viola Varble, Berdan, and I slate at Springfield, died Tuesday 'at 12:-tr> p.m. at her home in | Springfield. She was the widow < are soliciting business men heir- for funds (o promote the activity and to obtain permission to paint store windows. Both SI. Bonilace and Trinity Lutheran schoo, ollicials have given permission lor their students to participate in the program again this year. 1C. L. Alexander, unit seven school superintendent, has noli WOOD RIVKR — Gary Marline?;. John Porlcr and Robert Caldwell were costume prize winners al the Monday evening Halloween parly of Cub Pack 37, at St. Bernard's Parish Hall. The parly was attended by approximately 32,") Cubs, parents and guests. Attendance prire was awarded to Raymond Hudock. diaries Martin, pack master presided at the court of awards making the following presentations: fied Orville Bonham, chairman " j Fred Sloecklin, wolf badge; Tim '"'" „ , " l "'"' ,' "'"jr'MCoburn, Bobby Mever, John Por- of the Halloween comm Hee Tha 1 , , ,, ', ,",'„,, . ' ler, Larry Spahr, Pat Taylor and Norman Williams, bear badge. Tommy Fahnestock, Lion badge. Bobby Drainer, Ronnie Milax/o. one gold arrow; Jackie Kennedy. rollton druggist. A native of Massachusetts, Mrs. Davis was born July 11, 1899, at I Mrs. Katherine Holmes, Carrollton; and two sons, John, White Fidelity, Hall, and a uavis «'us uuiu \iuiy ji, JOU.T, <ii, • Amesbury, a'daughter of the late j brother, 1 homes, of Carlmv.lle Frank Stansbury CARROLLTON — In ill health since early Spring, Fr fl i.K stans- bury, 76, a'retired brick mason, died al 9 p. m. Tuesday at hi.s Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roche. She was married July 9, 1924 to Kenneth G. Davis, who died Jan. 4, 1954. Until about a year and a half ago she had been employed in a secretarial job in Springfield. She moved with her husband from Carrollton to Springfield, 14 years ago. Surviving are four children. John of Scott Field, Belleville; Edgar, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Kenneth and Dorothy Helen, Springfield. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. Frank Spang, Wakefield. Mass., and a brother, John Roche, of Cambridge, Mass. The body is at Simpson Funeral ALTON 2521 Edwards Street. JOHN W. 1ENISON Friday'2 P.M. home here. He was born in Greenfield, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Stansbury. His wife, the former Miss. Anna Costello. to whom he was married in 1903, in St.. Louis, and a brother, Earn Stansbury, of Louisville, Ky., are among survivors. The body is at Simpson Funer- funeral of Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today, and where the al Home pending rosary will be recited Thursday | rangerncnts. at S p.m. Rites tentatively havej been set for Friday in St. John's j Catholic Church. Burinl will be in Carrollton City Cemetery. JERSEYVILLE — Henry C. Krueger, 92, retired farmer and life-long resident of Jersey County, died Tuesday at 5:15 p. m., ho would have an announcement made in Ihe public schools as to the program, Pauli reported. Young artists will furnish a muffin tin or srnali container for their paints as well as their paint, brushes. Paint will be distributed free of charge beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday in the rear of Buhrmnster's store on Second street. All information relative to the contest will be given the .students then, it was reported. A special jury of judges 'from the YiMCA art class will jud-^c the painting on Sunday and awards and prizes will be given following Ihe costume parade which is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Halloween night, Oct. 31. Grafton Girl J. L Snyder 'Charter Night* Guest at Shower GRAFTON — Miss Belly Joyce Morris, daughter ot Mrs. Herbert Knnis. who is to bo married Oct. US to Donald Harshbarger, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at her home, (lames were played and pri/es were awarded to Miss Charlene Gatnmaloni, Miss Audrey Weaver and .Miss Mildred Bull. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Paul Wallace and Mrs, Delton Morris. Attend Club Meeting; ORAFTON — Mrs. Art Wilson, Mrs. John Bradfisch, Mrs. Everett Fry. Mrs. Robert Marshall, Mrs. Edgar Scik, Mrs. C. II. McKemiey. Mrs. Waller Corey. Mrs. M. N. Thomas and Mrs. Charles Campbell attended a meeting of the Woman's Club Thursday evening at Jerseyville. HMImir* Devotions GRAFTON — Thirteen-Hour Devotions \vcre conducted Sunday at the St. Patricks Church. High Mass at 8 a.m. was the opening of the service. The Rev. Father Mattingly of Mitchell was guest speaker al 7:30 p.m. Rummy Near, Larry Spahr and j other Priests attending were the Michael Walsh, OIK; gold and one silver arrow; Norman Williams, of Kane; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Stahlhut, Wood River, and Mrs. Edna Hart, Cache. 111.; two brothers, Charles of Jer- coyville, and Louis of Fieldon; 27 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Anna Gerson and Mrs. Nellie Tirnpe, and a son. Funeral rites will be conducted by the Rev. William Stickney of Jerseyville at 2 p. m. Friday in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home. Burial will be in Fieldon Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 3 p. m. Thursday. one gold and two silver arrows and Ricky Wilson, one silver arrow. John Porter, Bobby Drainer, Rodney Farrell and Larry Spahr. Denncr awards. Barry Haist, Pal Taylor and Ricky Whalen, assistant Denncr. During the brief business meeting, Dr. G. V. Roberson gave a short talk, reminding parents of the obligation they assumed when they signed the application form permitting their sons to become Cub Scouts. He stressed that "Cub- bing" is a parent participation organization and it is necessary to have the full cooperation of all the parents, The boys were promised a renewal of their subscriptions to Boys Life, for those who sell 10 or more boxes of the peanut brittle in the sale being sponsored by the pack. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Charles Martin, with the assistance of other Den Mothers. Nov. 1!G is the date of the next pack meeting. .AltcmliiiK Funeral WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Naomi Fathers John Kowalski. G. Crosson, Edward R. McCaughey. Speaker at Edwardscitle North Alton News UrmvniP* On T\' Brownie Troop 3!) will go to SI. Uniis:, Thursday, where they will he giiesls on "Wranglers Cartoon" television club, 5 to ."xiSO p.m. They will leave Alton al 3:30, accompanied by adult leaders and parents of the troop members. Brother Seriously lit Los Carrlwcll, 700 Ro/ier St.. has been called to St. Louis to attend his brother, Lawrence, who is reported to be in serious condition at Kim in Desloge Hospital, following major abdominal surgery. Puck Meets Thursday Cub Scout Pack 62, Rufus Easton School, will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Theme of the meeting will be puppets. Women Volcrs To Discuss Blue Ballot The Blue Ballot will he the Charles Zipprich. and F. Spreem! topic_of discussion al the general all oC Alton. T. Troesch of Alexander, and Michael Shechy of Grafton. Songfost GRAFTON — A songfest was! held Sunday evening at the Meth-J odisl Church by a choir consisting! ' ™ | on dl ° of members of the Christ Evan-! " gelical and Reformed Church of i Fieldon, Ihe Methodist Church ofj Rosedale and the Methodist Church j of Grafton, Mrs. Harold Krueger of Fieldon, directed the choir, which was accompanied by Mrs. W. Krueger of Fieldon ajid Mrs. Robert Brown. New Time GRAFTON — Daylight Saving time will end here at 2 a.m. Sunday. meeting of the League of Women Voters at llillcrest House, Thursday at 8 p.m. 'Airs, Robert Nightl'inger will lead the discussion and nil voters who are interested in the to attend. Kenneth Kelly will present fads concerning the TB Santorium tax which will also KDWARDSV1LLK — Lions International Director .lames L. Snyder of Chicago wf>s the principle sneaker al a lorn! Lions Club dinner in Trinity Lutheran School here Tuesday night when Ihe local club celebrated the 12th anniversary of its charter. Also designated as ladies night, District. Governor and Mrs. Elmer Foutch. and members of the Collinsville and Troy clubs were also present nt the meeting. Snyder's fopic was "Lionism at Work." S. W. Moran reviewed the local club history and introduced thr: past presidents. Invocation was given by Lloyd Schwarz, Fred Rupel accompanied by Miss Janice Durr, led the gi-oiip singing. Miss Bonnie Lamb nnd Oavid Hoffman presented n pantomine act. Program chairman, Earl Manning, announced the next meeting would be the annual'dinner, with Ihe members of the high school loot ball team as guests. Dukes Hiiford will be the principal speiikc.-. President of the Edwards vi lie Lions Club i*. Brace La tubers. Past piesidcnt are: R. W. Kos- cnlhal, Bob Tumiell. Harry Mollman, U. W. Heidelberg. S. W. Moran, Ivan Cliff. H. A. Dumont. 1. L, Boycr, Norman Winter, Leon Corlew. Harry Rosinos and Paul Eberhart. JtiMiiiinhinx Tour YuKo.tlnvin LONDON .-?—A visiting Roman. Ian delegation interrupted talks with President Tito in Belgrade today to take a six-day tour of Yugoslavia. Belgrade radio said. Mayor Struif To Leave Hospital Soon Continued improvement Wai reported today in (he condition of Mayor Leo J. Struif, and, unless-complications develop, il is expected that he will he able to leave St. Anthony's Hospital In a few days. He now walks about the hospital corridors and is able to have visitors. I'm down a hit in weight, Mill weak as a kitten, but I'm already feeling better than I have in months," Mayor Struif toid a Telegraph representative by telephone. "Naturally, I'm looking forward (o getting home. But I won't be able to do much for a time, and it still will be a while before 1 can get back to my office, much as I'd like to he there," Struif added. Read Telegraph Want Ads- Daily Wiegand, first-grade teacher at Lincoln Grade School, left Monday night for Washington, D. C.. with her mother to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mrs. Louis Gorman. Godfrey and Mrs. Wiegand's sister, will be (be substitute teacher in the absence of Mrs. Wiegand. be voted on in the November j Miee , he ,„„,._ , |u , visjtors wi) , ro . ejoctlon - ! sume talks with Yugoslav officials Refreshments will served after the program and the general public is welcome, the league has announced, Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK"' at Tito's villa on Brioni Island. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily SOMETHING TO CHEER ABOUT! The Biggest Thing For NORTH ALTON Coming Soon! k SEE PAINT DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY, OCT. 27 9:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. 5PREO SATIN SEE how SPRED SATIN brushes on so easily. SEE how SPRED SATIN is so washable. SEE the array of beautiful colors. Only < inl. SA05 Quart ST. 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