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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1953 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Obituaries Miss E. Nisinger Miss Ellen Nisinger, 63, for many years a housekeeper at the Ingersoll Farm In the Delhi area, died this morning in Green Lawn Nursing Home, Jerseyville. Miss Nisinger went to the farm at the age of 13, following the death of her parents, to make her home with the latt Mr. and Mrs. Ingersoll, then owners of the farm, and assist Mrs. Ingersoll with household duties. The Irtgersoll's had no daughters and Miss Nisinger continued to make her home there as long as lived, and then when the changed ownership she remained as housekeeper. Throughout the half century of her residence there the farm had changed ownership, but never housekeeper. Miss .Nisinger had been housekeeper there during the time the farm was owned by the late Samuel Wade, Alton banker, and in more recent years when it became the property of Gene Elfgen of Alton. She left the farm six months ago to enter the hospital. At the beginning of her illness Miss Nisinger was a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital for stir gery and also had been hospitalized at Jersey Community Hospital, Jerseyville. She was born at Morrisonville, April 17, 1895, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nis- inger. A brother, William Nisinger of Alton, and two sisters, Mrs. Bes- SMITH . . SYNONYM FOR SERVICE sie Trimmel of Loveland, Tex., and Mrs. Frieda Brinks of Escondido, Calif., survive her. The body Is at Gent Chapel where friends may call after 3 p.m., Friday. Funeral rites ttrtll he conducted Saturday at 9:30 a.m., in St. Alphonsus' Churcn, Brighton. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. The ros.iry will bo recited at 8 p.m., Friday. Mrs. N. Dickerson WHITE HALL-Mrs. Nettie M. Dickerson, 74, a resident of White Hall for the past 40 years, died Tuesday in Passavant Hospital, Jacksonville, where she had been a patient for four weeks. She was the wife of Roy Dickerson. Born in Greene County, Sept. 23, 1883, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Hannah Campbell. She was married Jan. 25, 1906, to Roy Dickerson. Their only child, James Dickerson, was killed in War II. Mrs. Dickerson was a member of the Christian Church at Car rollton and belonged to Adams Re bekah Lodge, White Hall, of which she was a past noble grand. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Home where rites will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m., by the Rev. Ruth Nicklin. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. Mrs. F. Lewis Mrs. Fannie Lewis, 44, died Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., at her home, 1133 Harrison St., after an illness of several months. She was the wife of Robert Lewis. She was born in Tunica, Miss., and had resided in Alton for the past two years. Surviving in addition to her husband are seven sisters, Mrs, Mahulda Cobb, Eudora, Ark.; Mrs. Janie Wilson, Chicago; Mrs. Mary Hines, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Malinda Williams, Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Mrs. Pinkie Woods, Helena Ark.; Mrs. Cora Lee Whiteside and Mrs. Louella Sledge, Alton, and four brothers, John Williams, St. Louis, Mo.; Edward and Alfred, Marianna Ark., and Fred of Detroit, Mich. Funeral rites will be conduct- No Holiday For 3 City Departments For at least three city departments, July 4 will have no holiday meaning. Not only will the police and firemen be on duty, but members of the city sanitation department also have elected to work. Leo Fitzgerald, head of the s a n i 111 i o n department, announced today that the refuse pickup trucks will make their regularly scheduled rounds next Friday. Employes of the refuse collection service, he said, have decided to work on the holiday rather than to be called back for work oh Saturday as a make-up day. By this plan, they will have their usual unbroken 2-day weekend. Fitzgerald suggesls that any residents on the Friday collection routes who are to be away on the Friday holiday be sure to set their garbage'pails out for collection. Police Chief Heafner said today that for the police department vigilant activity in traffic enforcement will be the order for the entire weekend, starting Thursday night. Cooperating in the "Condition Red" project for traffic safety over the holiday, the department, will maintain extra traffic patrols. Listed for special enforcement activity are the rules in, speeding and reckless driving, said Heafner, and in particular a watch will be made for drunken drivres, Heafner said that the state Association of Police Chiefs has joined with state division of traffic safety, and other safety organizations, in the effort to make the 78-hour holiday period one of an absolute minimum of hazards on roads and streets. Glen Srliapfers To Visit Son in Germany Mr. and Mrs. Glennon Srhaef er leave Friday morning for Ger- make the entire trip by air. Af- J m j ge f jOgp9 J| fl |f Jft g ter flying from Lambert Field toi New York, they will board a : Brai'fl Oil plane for Paris, their first stop HONOLULU lAP) — Ffdrrat Sr., of 1114 Central Ave., will 1 " 1 Kurope> Capt ' Schaefer ' a P h HTud. e o J. Frank McLaughlin has 'sician. with his wife and two i((havpd away ha|f of nis bp ard .. m.<mv to visit their son. Capt. *™M™< has be ™ stationed irv^ tcr on earh si()r _ hpcallsp dprmanv since late last sum-' . , , , ,, , Cilen Schaefnr Jr., and fnmily! mpr G)en Schae fer Sr 32 vpars' Alaska Ramr(1 Stalehoof1 - Hf> S;lld at his station near Au* S burg.j uj , h Owm ,,. mmi s , is ' a forme r hf vvould shavp °" the .«™»' nin «? They plan to be a.vay for 1hree| aldcrman and mayor pro tem . half when Hawaii attuned state- weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer wlll| Read Telegraph Want Ads. hood. McLaughlin, 50, grew the beard while in Alaska last fall. (DAVID ARST FURN. CO., EAST ALTON EAGLE STAMPS YOUR EXTRA SAVINGS WITH EVERY PURCHASE! WILL IT RAIN? If it rains before midnight, folks can attribute it to this. The Ouatoga Society Indian dancers did this rain dance near the end of their program at Lockhavrn Country Club Tuesday night for the Rotary Club's Ladies' Night. Chief Adviser Eckford dp Kay, introducing this dance, said it was "guaranteed" to produce rain in 24 hours.—Staff Photo. v v v / / F. L. SPRINGMAN Services 2:00 P.M. Thursday at First Christian Church Rev. Jordan officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. In State at the Chapel. ELLEN NISENGER Services 9:30 A.M. Saturday at St. Alphonsus Church, Brighton Burial In Alton City Cemetery. In State at the Chapel after 3:00 P.M. Friday. Rosary recited 8:00 P.M. Friday. ed Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. John's Baptist Church by the Rev. T. P. Wright. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. The body will be moved from Russell Funeral Home to the church Friday at 7 p.m. E. S. Vinyard Funeral services for Ellis S. Vinyard, lather of Aaron and Carroll Vinyard of Cottage Hills, Wylie of Bethalto, and Mrs. Lola Osborne of Alton, were held Saturday at Karbers Ridge with the Alton area children and their families in attendance. Mr. Vinyard, who was 76, died June 26, in Rosiclare Hospital. He was born Aug. 9, 1881, near Karbers Ridge, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Vinyard. His marriage to Mary Thacker took place March 7, 1905. His widow, eight children, 24 Twining Says U. S. Ready For Action DETROIT CAP) — Gen. Nathan F. Twining says the United States is prepared to send troops into Lebanon if the need arises. "1 don't think it would start an all-out war," he said. But he added: ."If we go into Lebanon, we go for a purpose and we are prepared for any eventu- ity. \Ve are ready for an/ eventuality — all-out war or limited war — right now." If U.S. troops intervene in the seven-week-old rebellion in the tiny Middle East country, they probably would do it without nuclear arms, he told a news conference. Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was here Tuesday night to address the closing session of the Industry Missile and grandchildren, grandchildren, and seven great- survive him. India's per capita annual income rose from $57.43 in .1954-55 to $60.08 in 1956-57, New Delhi reports. Japan has plans to link Honshu and Shikoku islands, via a bridge over Avvaii Island. •} 0 M \\ i i n Under mum BROADWAY AND PIASA • ALTON, ILLINOIS Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, 111. I (AP>—lUSDAl—Hogs 7,000: bulk U. S. 1-3 mixed weight and grade' 180-240 Ib 24.00-50; some more uniform to 24.75; moderate number 1, 2 100-240 Ib 24.75-25.00; few No | 2-3 240-270 Ib 23.25-24.25; some No J-3 240 Ib 24.50; mixed grade 150170 Ib 23.00-24.00; few 120-140 lb-| 21.00-22.00; few No 1-2 around Masons Vole To Investigate Purchase of Site Members of Piasa Masonic Lodge No. 27 Tuesday night voted to empower the Masonic Temple board of trustees to investigate procuring a site and for obtaining tentative plans for erecting a building. The board was also empowerediih to 22.25: heavier sows mostly] to plan sale of the present: build- L>0.00-50: few 20.75; boars over 250 ing at 218 State St. The board is composed of a dozen members, with Frank Harris as president and Clyde Belcher as secretary-treasurer. The Temple Association as a cor poration is custodian of the property. Approval of plans for disposal of the building must go through the board and be referred to the vote of the Lodge members. Harris told the Telegraph that There is nothing definite yet on Durable 100% Nylon Webbing! ALUMINUM FOLDING CHAISE LOUNGE and MATCHING CHAIRS Heavy gntiKP nlnmimim, hnnd polished, llrclinliij chaise Inmiite fnltls flat lor moving or Mora.up. Folilinu chair* hiive extra comforlitble Full curved hack. Longer \xear- in K 2V nylon \veb covers. FOR SUMMER FURNITURE FOLDING ALUM. SUN COT Heavy gauge aluminum tube frame. Wide nylon web. Tilt - proof, strong, stable! Folds flat for moving or storage. Reg. SI 9.95 Value S CHAISE 25'V wide, 73" long. CHAIRS 1 •a. 31" high, 24" wide. >_______ i Ib 16.50-75; lighter weights most ly 17.75. Cattle 2,000, calves 300: tew) loads and lots high good and i choice steers 27.00-28.00; majority: standard and good steers 24.00-] 26.50; good -and choice slaughter,) heifers and mixed yearlings 25.00-1 ! 27.25; standard 23.00-24.00; cows | finding slow sale at steady prices; utility and commercial 18.00-20.00; canners and cutters 14.00-18.00; bull unchanged; individual head] commercials to 23.50: most utility; Space Age Conference sponsoredjany plans; It may take by the Aero Club of Michigan. years Twining warned that conquest of space did not necessarily carry with it a guarantee of military superiority on the ground. News of Stocks Coppers Cain; Tobaccos Lose NEW YORK (AP) — Coppers and chemicals made gains while hed S e sellln 8- of Grains Flour Demand Boosts Wheat severalland commercial 21.00-23.00; good and choice vealers largely 25.00 2S.OO; individual head prime 2!1.00; landard and low good 18.00-25.00; good and choice 300-500 Ib slaughter calves 24.00-27.00. Sheep 600; most good and choice spring lambs 23.50-25.50; few lots mostly choice 25.75-26.00; utility and good 19.00-22.50 cull and utility mostly 15.00-18.50. INNERSPRING CHAISE LOUNGE Deluvta reclining rhnlse with fl position magic control. Distinctive new heavy gang* arm. 1-inch tubular aluminum frame. Comfortable, cotton filled innerspring cushion. Colorful floral pattern on waterproof plastic. Oversize Imlloon tires. 27 in. wide ' 72 in. Ion? $39.95 VAL. For Lawn • Patio Or Sun Porch 2***"%* CHICAGO (AP) — A renewed flour demand strengthened wheat prices on the Board of Trade today in the absence of the usual!! heavy volume of harvest • time THE STORE WHERE YOUR OOLUR'S WORTH MORE FURNITURE DAVID ARST Thailand has boosted duties on luxuries. East Alton . . if Free Delivery! at GM&O Underpass . . . Ph.4-6813 Plenty Free Front Door Parking * tobaccos declined in a mixed stock market late this afternoon. Trading was moderate. Volume for the day was estimated at 2,400,000 shares com- Mae America's DIAMOND VALUES pared with 2,600,000 Tuesday. Aircrafts, rubbers, distillers and selected issues also were higher; Rails, steels, oils, utilities, airlines and motors were mixed. Humble Oil remained around 11 points. Jersey Standard was off about a point. Lorillard and Reynolds Tobacco "B" were clipped for losses of more than a point. Polaroid was ahead about 2 and Goodrich more than that. Alaska Juneau, American Viscose, Peabody Coal and Zenith were ahead fractionally. Gains of a point or so were made by Goodyear, Caterpillar, Douglas Aircraft, United Aircraft, Kennecott, Magma, Revere Copper, Du Pont and Dow Chemical. Ohio Oil and Raytheon were off about a point apiece. Smaller loses were taken by American Airlines, International Harvcstei, Chrysler, American Telephone, '• General Electric. Johns-Manville and Chesapeake & Ohio. U.S. government bonds retreat-: A lovely locking pair I with 7 radiant diamonds surrounding the stone—sells elsewhere | (or many dollars more. SALE $ I PRICK $2.10 Weekly FINELY CUT DIAMONDS Achieve a mass nf brilliance In this popular double row wedcllnB bund. SAI.B $AA PRICK 99 S2.M Weekly with the widest losses shown long-range issues. 11 Selected Stocks Fallowing are today's 1 '30 p.m. 125 Dec Mar May Corn Doc Mai- quotations on twelve New York; Qats Stock Exchange issues researchj| V has indicated are widely in the Alton area, as supplied the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., fro; i its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 178%, Gen. Motors 39*; Granite City Sll. 38%, Olin Math. 34's, Owens-Illinois 69 a 4. Shell 75%, Sinclair 5894, Sncony Sid. (Ind.) 4<v' s , St. (NJ) U. S. Steel 65%, Sears 30. Wheat futures were ahead around a cent a bushel most of the time but in Kansas City both the futures and cash prices were up as much as 2 cents a bushel or ; more. Corn was weak on profit-taking! with the setback running as much as a cent at times on the July- delivery. Other grains held mostly within a steadv range although rye was firm in early transactions. Carlot grain receipts in Chicago were estimated at: wheat 23 cars;' corn 96; oats 16; rye none; barley 2; soybeans 5. CHICAGO JP — Wheat No 1 red 1.84V4; No 1 red garlicy 1.69',4. Corn No 2 yellow 1.39. Oats No 1 white 69',i. No soybeans. Soybean oil 9%; soybean meal 63.00-63.50. Barley: malting choice 1.10-1.20; feed 83-1.09. High Low Close Prev.Close Wheat Jl.v 1.82-% 1.81 1.82-81% 1.81-% 'Sc'p ' 1.85% 1.84 1.84%- 3 ; 1.84% ;Dec 1.91 l.S'l- 1 ; 1.90-V.3 L90' s [Mar 1.94?; 1.93% 1.94% J.fl3% May 1.93% 1.92 !i 1.93'. a 1-9-'% Corn (old) Jiy 1.35'i 1.33% 1..34 3 « 1.35 sep 1.29'i 1.28% 1.29-28'g 1.29 1.21',8 1.20'j 1.20S{-% 1-21's 1.24 3 * 1.23% 1.24'ii 1.24*; 1,28'i 1.27U HONKE Pharmacy 0. E. HONKE, R.Ph. Phone Alton 5-4229 3RD & HENRY ST. 1.28U-28 1.27% 1.21 1.22% 1.22 8 1.24*4 1.25's l.-'.V .64'* .61)';; .69 .71 .657* .68'i .70' 3 .64V .66'; .70% ."0% Mai- May 1.26'i 1.25% 1.2534 1.28 7 8 1.28 1.28' 1.31's 1.30',i 1.30% 1.33^ 1.33 1.33 1.33's U2'i 1.32»i U'.V<4 1.2778 16" Zipperetd UTILITY BAG $3.00 Value Rubberized humly for Cum as. So bcacli, picnics, sports, overnite trips. ALTON, ILL SHEARBURN'S TREET 49* FERD FALCONE, R.Ph. Free Delivery CHOICE OF FLAVORS Gallon KESSAMIN "Lose a Pound a Day for 14 Days" 96 % <* 00 Tablets '3 u UNICAI'S, 100's Soybeans 51 a4 , 54'%, iJly ** *"* Design highlight) contrast of 4 baguettes and 3 round diamonds. This rare and elegant duo can be purchased only at Bledermans. Godfrey Man Finds Tools; Owner Located GODFREY-George W. Ma her FOR '149 Weekly PHONE 2-9271 ASK FOR JEWELRY DEPT, b H O A L) Vv A I A N U H I A ii A A M O It 11 U N U i !> of Route 1, Godfrey, took to Alton police station Tuesday forenoon IIa box of tools that he found on E. Broadway near Owens-Illinois plant. There he learned that Harry Pierce, an employe of the jGould auto parts firm at 318 || Piasa St. had reported loss of ithe box. ll hud been jostled' Southern Italy Hit ifrom a truck he was driving; |when the end-gate jostled open J}y 2 Karlll(|lUlk('S liH'ar the glass works. Police I notified Pierce and he later called S.-P Nnv Jan Mar 2 24'* 2 23'» 2 23'"- 3 » 2 2.'i's 2.2' |;1 8 2.22 s H-'z 2.21 fl » 2.21'» 2.21-% 2.25% 2.25>> 2.25' 4 2.2IM* 2.28% 2.28% ].327i 2 23-\ •) ')•»;, Produre Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)—Produce and live poultry: Kggs, wholesale grades, extras large 39-40. Fryers and broilers, white crosses 22V23. Oilier prices unchanged. ZYMACAI'S, loon MIK11CEBK1N— I OO's GKKITOI, Tablets, 80'i HKXICI, U Complex, I OO's 3 ..6™ 4.98 I. I'ATIO 59c Kolynuk TOOTH PASTE 2ro,69e ASSORTED COMBS 19c {for the box of tools. Egypt [Icanali. will build many new CATANZAIU). Italy (AP)-T«o earthquakes three minutes apart gave this region ol extreme southern Italy a hard shaking early today. No damage was reported. IAKCAIN OFFER McKISSON'S ASPIRIN a iomit rot (I LISTERINE . VASELINE . . Bayer 100's ASPIRIN EPSOM SALT. .5 IVY-DRY .... 2 CELL FLASHLIGHT 69 C 89c 2-Lb. Jar Lbf. 67c 49c 79c SUN GLASSES 29' Up SNACK BASKETS Reg. $1.19 QQ r 4 for OO U Chieken-in-the Basket Popcorn—Roll*—Snuclw MARCELLE NON-ALLERSIC SUNTAN FOAM I SPRAY CAN) $1.35 The Family Happy I.ATKST SKMWTIOX OF POPULAR RECORDS fi /i - v ? *'Of w! *.. And HI-FI ALBUMS Now Available ut Our Record Ktu-k ODO-RO-NO, 1.89 value 6 Day Deodorant Puds, TFQf* 9Bo value IVV Evening In PurU Stick, 1.60 value ... STOPETTE SPRAY, 1.00 value OLD SPICE Stick Deodorant .... 69e 1.00 BOKBIE I'INS faril LOO I3e Indoor TV ANTENNA 1.88 6-13 INSECT REPELLENT 59c Only 88 PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY, JULY • 24 HOUR Film Developing S«rvic«

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