Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
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Obituaries 1-1 *>••>•>• I nti imnatJLj» "" SBtlWlay At 2 tt.lft. to Homer Lawrence by nm. t^nmi mm & «* Momef UwKfflee, 68, fchtef East Alton 1 * tint volmrtwr fire department, died last Sfttutdaj at Houston, Tex., word received by relatives in East Alton area. Me wa« born June I, 1890 on the farm home now occupied by Mrs. Waiter A. Hale St., at the intersecWqu'ftt AMlne iWve and may visit the funeral horn* ter 2 Friday, Jacob J. Kiep HARDfN - Jacob 3. Kiep, 79, of Batchtown, a retired milk Old Itethilto Wad, » son of the truck driver, died Wednesday at late TOmey *M, Theresa Myer 4 p.m. in an Alton hospital, Me Lawretree^. mimbers of okl Be- had been in failing health and % patient In the hospital since last November, Bom in Germany, April 3,1819 he was a son of the late William and Elizabeth Ltndermann Kiep. id Mill. They inOved to East Al Me moved to Batchtown six yean thalto *#NL: Hi* Mh*f Io« Ms life in train aecMeAt At! East Alton rwa the him «t the century, and hi married to Dav ton when Homer WM a child and he attended the East Alton schools, Me organized East Alton's firs volunteer flre department in 1924 and served a* it* chief for sev eral year*. H« worked for Beal Tool CO., arid later for Shell 01 Co. Me had suffered from a hear condition for many years and in 1929 while working as a rlgge for Shell Oil Co., was transferred by the'fUl refinery to its Houston plant ln ; ,the hope-that the milde climate would be beneficial to his health. He continued to work for Shell Oil Co., until he reachec the age of retirement. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Eula Lawrence; two daughters Mrs. Clifford (Evelyn) J. Chia roni, San Rafael, Calif., and Mrs Bart (Blinn) Calvert, Bend, Ore. a sister, Mrs. Theresa Mulligan of Lorain, Ohio; two half-sisters Mrs. John Hayes and Miss Bessie Hill of East Alton, and a half brother,.Edward Hfll. Funeral services Monday Houston were followed by budal there In South Park Cemetery. J. V. Taapkin JERSEYV1LLE — John V Taapkin, 76, 8:14 a.m today at his home, 1001 McCluskey St. Born at Tallula, Jan. 16, 1882 he was a son of the late Garrett and Minnie De Grote Taap- kin. .Surviving are his .widow 1 , Mrs. Ora Taapkin; three brothers, George, Joseph and Garrett, Petersburg; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Fosden and Miss Edna Taapkin, Petersburg, and Mrs. Marie % Noelsoh; -Virginia; two granddaughters, and three great- granddaughters. Funeral rites will be conduct- Mf% Edgar Weber of Ma rttie; a bW8i8f» Roy Smith 0 Cdlinsvllle, sit jgrandchlldren and five gneat*gra«dchildm». 'The body Is at Daudermann Rev. Carl Moman, pister «*Plttit Faneral Home at Marine, where "* " ftliy call ttntil 2:30 p.m Baptist Church, Burial will tie in Oak Grove Cemetery, F««ids Ftwa>, ago and previous to that had resided in St. Louis, where he drove a milk truck for many years. Surviving -are his widow, the former Mary Elizabeth -Ficker, to whom he was married 49 years ago; two daughters, Mrs. Angela Turner of California, and Mrs. Marcella Bick, Batchtown, and 11 grandchildren. Funeral rites wTlTTje conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Barbara's Church, Batchtown, after which the body will be interred in 'the criurch cemetery. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. G. J. Leininger of 792 Oakwood Rd., Rosewood Heights, left this morning for Columbia City, Ind., after receiving word of the death of Mr. Leininger's father,.George J. Leininger. George Leininger, a pharmacist and proprietor of a drug store at Columbia City, died in Whitely Memorial Hospital where he had jeen a patient for two weeks following a heart attack. _ Arrangements for the funeral are pending. Harry Hoffman Harry Hoffman, 67, died this morning in Mather Nursing Home A'here he had been a patient since FUK^ral Serviiees are to be conducted at 3 p.m. FMday at the United Church of Christ at Marine By the pastor, the Rev. Edwin Becker. Interment will be in Marine Cemetery. C A. Livermore EDWAttbSVDLLE Charlei Alfred Uvermore, 68, of 821 Ann St., a retired * employe of t h e former Lltchfteld * Madison Railroad, died at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where he had been admitted about three hours earlier. ' i Born Feb. 17, 1890. at Washing ton, Ind., he was a son of the late George and Priscilla Martin, Livermore. He was married 1947, at Kennett, Mo., to Miss Bernellr Turner, who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Marie Gross, Mrs. Delva Black and Mrs. Nellie Newton, all of WinsJow, Ind., two brothers, James Livermore of Oakland City, Irv£, and Thomas Livermore, Hazelton, Ind., and five : grandchildren and a great- grandchild. He was a member of Southern Calvary Baptist Church 'here. Friends may call at Straube Funeral Home from noon Friday until Saturday noon, when the body is to be taken to Southern Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Leininger Calvary Baptist Church forfuner- ist and Mrs. Glenn was pianist. Pallbearers were ast February. Before entering Forbes, Lloyd Richards, Stanley the nursing home he resided at 833% East Broadway. He was born Aug. 19, 1890, in Springfield, where he resided un- i 1 coming to Alton. . tmeral rites will be conducted 'riday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Funeral Home, where riends may call af^er 7 p.m. today. The rosary will be recited at :30 p.m. today. Mrs. Anna Mick EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Ana Mick, 79, of 447 E. Vandalla t,, a resident of Edwardsville ne 'past 10 years died at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hos- ital, Highland. Born Oct. 31, 1878, in Pin Oak Township, she was married in 902 to the late Rudolph Mick. Surviving are a son, G. W. rtick of Pin Oak Township; two laughters, Miss Ella Mick of the, fandalia street address here, al services at 1 p.m. in charge of the pastor, the Rev. Ralph Craycraft. The body is to be taken to Winslow, Ind., for interment at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery near Petersburg, Ind. Mrs. Delila Futhey Rites Conducted Funeral services for Mrs. De- held Wednes- Bethany Baptist Church, with the Rev. R. R. Tiptbn officiating. John Whitman was the solo- lila. Futhey were day at 2 p.m. in Broad Buying Hits Market CHICAGO (AP) - The broadest buying in several days hit the Board" of Trade today and all grain future* were well on the plus side at times. Rye was the best gainer most of the day with all contracts more than a cent higher. Wheat also a cent at the were steady to firm most of the time and soybeans about steady. Carlot grain receipts in Chicago were estimated at: wheat 61 cars, corn 94, oat» 12, rye none, barley 27 and soybeans 6. CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No 1 red 1183ft. Corn No 2 yellow 1.35; moved up about same time. Corn and oats No 3 yellow 1.33%; No 4 yellow 1.30; No 5 yellow 1.28ft. Oats No 1 heavy white 71&-73; No 1 extra heavy white 74ft; No 1 white 70; sample grade medium heavy white 66ft; sample grade medium heavy mixed 68ft. No soybeans. Soybean oil 9%-%; Soybean meal 66.50-67.00. Barley: malting choice 1.20-1.30; feed 83-1.09. Wheat High Lo\v Close Prev.close Jly 1.83V, 1.81T4 1.83%-ft 1.82 Sep 1.86»,5 1.84% 1.86 1.84% Dec 1.91% 1.90% 1.91%-% 1.90ft Mar 1.95% 1.94ft 1.95%-ft 1.94% May 1.94% 1.93% 1.94% . 1.93ft Corn (old) Jly 1.30% 1.30ft 1.30%-ft 1.29% Sep 1.26% 1.25% 1.26%-ft 1.25% 1.20% 1.19% 1.20U 1.23% 1.23% 1.23% l^i 1.27 1.27% (new) 1.21% 1.20% 1.21% 1.24% 1.24& 1.24% Dec Mar May Corn Dec Mar Oats Jly Se> Dec Mar' Rye Jly Sep Dec 1.32ft 1.31 1.32-32ft 1.30% Mar 1.34% 1.33% 1.34% 1.33ft May 1.34% 1.34 '1.34% 1.33Vi 64% .65% .70% .64 .64% .67% .69% .64% .65% .68% .70% 1.19% 1.23ft 1.27 1.20% 1.24% .64 .65ft .67% 1.27% 1.26% 1.27K-27 1.26 1.29% 1.28% 1.29%-29 1.28% , Soybeans Jly 2.24% 2.24ft 2.24% 2.24% P. Wills Nov William Jan Sep 2.23% 2.23 2.23-23% 2.23 Madison, Walter Richardson, Robert Gibson and Glenn Wills. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. George Williams Services Helu The body of George Williams, World War I veteran, was interred in National Cemetery with Ml military ^honors Friday following services at 1:30 Funeial Home. p.m. Staten Mar 2.21% 2.20% 2.20% 2.20% 2.25% 2.24% 2.24% 2.24% 2.28% 2.28 2.28 2.28% St. Petersburg, Fla., noted as a favorite mecca for retired people from throughout the nation, has 204 churches representing 76 denominations. In Curacao and Aruba, islands In the Netherlands West Indies, the flourishing cactus plants keep animals out of the yards. Gates are cut through the needles and thorns to admit humans. pastor of Cherry ^Street Baptist Church, officiated at rites at the funeral home, and services at the cemetery were under auspices of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. Pallbearers were Donald Morris, Audley Anderson Jr., Gerald E. Hayes, Richard' PJepert, David Pried At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YAftDS, HI. <AP\-(tJSDA)-Hog8 6,500: bulk U. S. 1-3 mixed weight and grade 180-240 Ib 23.25-75; large namber 23.50: moderate number 1, 2 around 190-230 Ib 23.75-24.00; heav- ler weights scarce and not established; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 21.73-23.00; 120-140 Ib 20.25-21.50; most saws 1-3 400 Ib down 20.2521.25; few down to 20.00; heavier sows mostly 19.JM5; few 20.00; boars over 2SO Ib 16.0(5-30; lighter weights 17.25-50. Cattle 1.200, calves 400; mostly small lots standard and good steers at 24.00-26.00; slaughter heifers and mixed yearlings large ly standard and good 23.00-25.00; utility and commercial cows large ly 18.00-20.00; few to 21.00; canner and cutters 14.00-18.00; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 21.00-23.50; canners and cutters 16.00-20.00; few small lots medium around 750 Ib stockers steers 23.50; vealers and slaughter calves active and firm; good and choice vealers 26.00 • 28.00; few high choice and prime 29.00; standarr and low good 19.00-25.00; good and choice 300-500 Ib slaughter calve? 24.00-27.00; utility and standard 17.00-23.00. Sheep 1,000: most good • and choice 22.00-24.00: utility and good 17.50 - 21.00; few cull slaughter ewes 3.50. 11 Selected Stocks Following arc today's 1:30 p.m quotations of twelve New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from ib Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily al 2:30 p.m. (Alton timel, so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 178%, Gen. Motors 39% Granite City Steel 38%, Olin- Math. Chem. 33%, Owens-Hi. 69%, Shell Oil 76ft, Sinclair Oil 58, So«ony 50ft, Std. Oil (Ind) 46%, Std. Oil (N.J.) 54, U.S. Steel 65%, Sears 29%. Selective Gains Boost Market NEW YORK (AP) - Selective gains pushed the stock market slightly ahead in moderately ac- ive trading late this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 2,400,000 shares compared with 2,630.000 Wednesday. Key stocks rose from fractions to a point or so generally. Losers moved in about the same range, f Ford steadied after its sharp drop Wednesday on news of its dividend cut. The stock traded about unchanged late in the session. Boeing rose well over a point on news of more than 320 million dollars in defense contracts for the firm. Other issues were steadied by news of defense contracts. U.S. Government vanced sharply. Bonds ad- Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" DRIES CORN mis easy going flat * ready for fun wherever you go. sizes 4 to 10 New BUTLER Conditioned Air STOR-N-DRY SYSTEM Here's the economical way to dry corn with a moisture content as high as 30% to «afe storage levels. New Butler system uses fan and m«dium range heater to dry corn in the bin. Saves money, saves work-no extra handling, no separate dryer needed Can also be used as extended period batch dryer for corn that wilJ b« stored in other facilities. Operates dependably regardless of cold or wet weather for only pennies per day. Requires little or no attention. 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