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PAGfcEtGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY 14,1858 W. liver Girl Injured When Thrown By Horse WOOH KtVER — Miss Joan Gotte, It, daughter of Mr. and Mr* J«mft Ooble, 452 Dulaney Ave., Was reported In "good" condition this morning at Wood River fcWWiship Hospital where she was admitted Sunday after being throw from a horse. The Incident occurred Sunday afternoon at the Gene Kappler farm Just north of Bethalto where the Gobel family had been W. River Jaycees Plan Steak Fry WOOD RIVER—Approximately 2,775 Khouryburgers were LegionWomen Meet Tuesday At E. Alton EAST ALTON — A special meet ing of the American Legion Aux iliary will be held at 7:30 p.m Tuesday to complete plans for a fund drive to help finance the fight opposing the raise in electrical sold"Saturday"'aT'the" Comet>atc>s by the Illinois Power Corn- Drive-in, exceeding last year's jpany. total by almost 200 In the Junior The drive is being sponsored by speiitJing the day. Joan was re- (chamber of Commerce event the Auxiliary on the request of the turning to the farm astride at Thirty-seven Jaycees and Mrs. horse owned by Kappler when the steed stepped Into ft culvert and threw her approximately 20 leet. She was knocked unconscious by the fall and was immediately taken to the hospital where she was treated for contusions to the arms and legs and abrasions to the neck, lower abdomen, and right thigh. Mrs. Coble reported this morning that Joan will undergo a series of X-rays today to determine 11 any bones were broken in the mishap. Batbenhopper* to Sing WOOD RIVER— A barbershop quartet Will be featured at the general membership meeting of the Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce scheduled at 7130 p.m. Wednesday in the Legion hall here. The meeting will also see discussion of any problems concerning chamber work and problems on interest to the area, accord- Jaycees assisted in serving at the restaurant for 16 hours during the day. Proceeds from the sale of the Khouryburgers will go to the Khoury League baseball program here and to the development of the Sixth street ball park. James tiell, chairman of the event, will make a complete report to fellow members at the next meeting of the organization on July 21. Cars Collide WOOD RIVER — Two local motorists escaped Injury early ing to Loyal Palmer, secretary. Named on Board executive WOOD. RIVER — John A. Hubbard, president of the Alton Presbytery's Men's Council, has been appointed a member of the board of directors of the Illinois Synod Council, it has been announced. '[, Hubbard attended the Saturday meeting of ; the board held at the synod office in Springfield When plans and policies for the coming years were made. Tool Box Stolen WOOD RIVER — William M. Shortal, owner of Bill's Radio Shop, 15 E. Ferguson, reported to police at 8:43 pan. Saturday the theft of a tool box from his repairman's car. Sliortal said that the tool box contained assorted television repair .tools and a large quantity Saturday afternoon when their automobiles collided on East Ferguson avenue near Whitelaw. Involved were: Orvllle Cope, 31, 1449 Esther, and Howard French, 47, 133 Whitelaw. According to the police report, Cope pulled out from a parked position on East Ferguson and French, traveling west on Ferguson, pulled around another car stopped to allow Cope to proceed and the collision resulted. French was charged with careless driving over and fined $5 and Police Magistrate Lancaster. the incident costs before J. Thornton of television $600, tubes, valued at The theft apparently occurred In the parking lot at the Moose Lodge, Shortal said. Garden Club WOOD -RIVER -* Mrs* A;/ W Crohahr publicity' chairman, has announced the July meeting of the Wood River Garden Club will be an event of 1:30 p.m; Wednesday Firemen's Picnic WOOD RIVER— Approximately 50 persons attended the annual family picnic for members of the city fire department Saturday at the Cottage Hills VFW Park. The all-day affair consisted of games and a meal featuring fried chicken prepared by the men. John Frick Improved WOOD RIVER. — The conditon of John Frick, 450 E. Jennings, a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton, is "somewhat improved" today, his wife reports. Frick, a long-time resident of Wood River and former proprie or of the Frick Food Market, was rushed to the hospital Friday suffering with coronary thrombosis and complications. Illinois Utility Users Association. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will assist in the canvass, it was voted at a recent meeting. Mrs. Clyde DeGerlia, president, and Mrs. Frank Felt-hen will represent the VFW auxiliary at the Tuesday meeting when a date will be set for the drive, territories allotted etc. Mrs. Virgil Gentry, auxiliary president, has been appointed by Mrs. Norman Beibel, department president, to serve on the creden tial committee at the state con vention, July 31 - Aug. 4 it was announced today. The installation of officers of the local group will be an event of Aug. 14 when Mrs. Charted Smith Jr. will be seated as president to serve as installing officers are Mrs. Elsworth Hunt and Mrs. John Gobel. $25 Stolen From E Alton Barber Shop EAST ALTON. — Clarence Walker, owner of Walker's Barber Shop, 108 W. Main St., reported to police this morning that his shop was burglarized of $25 sometime over the weekend. Investigation by police disclosed that entry was made through a bathroom window at the rear of the building. The burglars appar ntly left through the front door. The money, most of which was bills, was taken from a cash reg- ster. Obituaries AFTER CLASSES Four members of United Steehvorkers Local 3043 (Laclede Steel Co.), Alton, were among 115 unionists who received certificates at the University of Illinois, Urbana, for completing study at the 12th annual Steelworkers Institute. From left, James Klllion, 2016 Salu, Alton; George Watson, 134 Lakeside, East Alton; Arthur Bcnner, 834 Condit, Wood River; and Buddy Da* vis, 818 Cherry, East Alton, president of Local 8643. Curtis E. Keidel; 18 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Etta Tim tnons of St. Louts. The body Is at Gent Chapel where friends may call after 1 p.m. today, and until noon Tuesday when it will be taken to the church. Burial will be in Melville Cemetery. The Rev. Charles Kohlbaker rites. will officiate at the H. R. Bartow Magistrate at Roxana Marks 70th Birthday Thomas J. Cox Thomas J e*f f e r s o n Cox, ? whose lineal descendants number 116, died at 12:45 a.m. today at the home of his son, William Luther Cox, 2438 Bloomer Dr., of Infirmltlves. He had been in falling health for some time, but seriously ill married herft Aug. 2, 1899, to Fred 3. Westerholt, who survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Nina Ferguson and a brother, Charles Stutzer, both of Edwardsvllle; a sister, Mrs. Bertha Patterson, residing th Florida, and two grandchildren. Funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Schneider Funeral Home by the Rev, R. F. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church, with burial in Valley View Cemetery. Friends may call at Schneider Funeral Home from 1 p.m. Tuesday until the time of services, Howard R. Battow Howard R. Bartow, 70, of 3020 Brown St., a mold inspector at Owens-Illinois, died Sunday at 9:10 p.m. In Alton Memorial Hospital where he had been taken Friday evening after he bacame his return home Herman Schrage WORDEN — Herman Seta-age of Breese, father of Richard Schrage of this city, died Sun day at 1 a.m. News of Area Men In Armed Forces PVT. KOftBERT A. MEIER, whose wife, Patricia, lives it 824 Wee St., Wood Rivet recently completed the basic Army administration course at Ford Leon* ard Wood, Mo. Meier received basic training in typing, record keeping and clerical procedures. He entered the Army last Feb« ruary and received basic combat training at the fort. The 24*year» old soldier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert M. Meier, Rt. 1, Troy, was graduated from Melray Dewey High School, Troy, m 1951, Shurtleff College in 1957, and from the University of 111U nois in 1958. He was employed as a teacher by the Royal School of Music, Alton, before entering the Army. ROXANA. — Judge William 1. Shattuck of W. Tydeman avenue is celebrating his 70th birthday today and on Sunday members of his family honored him at a surprise picnic supper at. a farm near Indian Creek. He was presented gifts and 29 persons attended. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Raines and children of Thomas street, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Liley and children of Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. James Sinith and family of Thomas street, and Miss Connie Smith of Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Shattuck and daughters of Meadowbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jessup and son, Don, of St. Louis. Sons Visit Parents ROXANA. — ACW Bob Straub of Patuxent River, Md., and PM1 Leonard Straub of New Portland, R.I., who sailed today for the Mediterranean, spent the past four days visiting their parents, flr. and Mrs. Robert Straub, of 3. Fifth street. Leonard Straub las just re-enlisted for a six-year Minor Accident at the Wood River Library. "Mrs. Leo Dodson will be In charge of the program and meeting hostesses are :Mrs, Virgil De- Werff. Mrs. Harry Ms. Earl Albers. Kincaid and Job's Daughters Hold School Of Instruction WOOD BIVER —- The staff of the Grand Guardian Council Illinois conducted a school of instruc- EAST ALTON— A minor accident involving two Alton motor- sts on East St. Louis avenue near East Alton avenue was reported to police at 10:50 p.m Saturday. The incident occurred when a car driven west on St. Louis ave nue by Glenn Westerhold, 386 Omega St., Alton, stopped fo traffic at the Big Four Railroa crossing and was struck in th rear by a car driven by Clarenc Gwillim, 2809 Viewland, Alton. Gwillim told police that his tion at the Masonic Temple Satur- Dra ]< es failed and he was unable day for Job's Daughter Bethels of the state. Approximately 200 members representing 14 Bethels were present. Mrs. Shirley Polen of Bethal 14, , River Jaycees Sell 2,775 Khouryburgers WOOD RIVER — A steak fryj will highlight the 7 p.m. Wednes-j day social meeting of the Wood River Township Jaycees and Mrs. Jaycees. The event will be held at the Torch Club and guests are asked to bring covered dishes and their own table service. A program of cards and dancing has been planned for after-dinner entertainment. Mrs. Robert Goode is chairman of arrangements assisted by the Mrs. Jaycee calling committee. Entertains at Barbecue WOOD RIVER — Dr. and Mrs J. E. Mahoney, 714 Wood Rivei Ave., entertained friends at a steak barbecue and outdoor party at their home Saturday. guests at the Stfaub erm. Other home are his father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Straub of St. Petersburg, Fla., who will remain for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Lennis Straub formerly resided on E. Fifth street before going to Florida to make their News of Grains Wheat Futures Move Ahead CHICAGO (AP) - Mill buying nudged the touchy wheat futures market again today on the Board of Trade and the July contract moved ahead more than two cents a bushel at times. With weekend receipts of the grain still running well below the normal harvest-time volume, prices reacted quickly to the mill demand and chased out a good volume of short-covering. Reports of more rain in some areas of the Great Plains where the ripened grain still remains in the fields was a bullish factor. Corn was steady to firm most of he day because of limited offer- ngs but oats and rye trended toward weakness. ill following from work. Mr. Bartow, who had been employed at Owens-Dlinois and its predecessor Illinois Glass Co. for 40 years, nearly all of the time as mold inspector, had worked Friday. He was born at Piasa, June 8, 1888, a son of the late John and Molly Mullens Bartow. He attended the Piasa schools and was graduated from Jacksonville Business College. He had resided in Alton for the past 57 years. He had been an avid baseball fan and also had been interested in hunting and fishing. With a group of friends he had maintained a cottage in the Kampsville area where he spent his leisure time in fishing and hunting. His wife, the former Carrie Hunt, to whom he was married in 1912, at Piasa, died in February of 1954. Since her death a sister, Miss Nora Bartow made her home with him and kept house for him. Mr. Bartow was a member of Main Street Methodist Church and belonged to Franklin Lodge 25, A.F. & A.M. Surviving are a son, Walter T. Bartow; his sister and two grandchildren. Funeral rites .will be conducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Morrow- only since Saturday. Mr. Cox had resided at his son's home for the past two months, and had lived in Alton for 30 years. He was born at Rldgeway, Jan. 19, 1862, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Cox. His wife, the former Louisa Delaney, died 39 years ago. The surviving children are his sons, William Luther and John A., of Alton; Thomas, East Alton, and C. B. Cox of Brighton, and Mis. Nancy Wooden, Los An. geles, Calif. The body is at Marks Mortuary where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m., in the mortuary by the Rev. Kenneth Moore, pastor of Church of God, East Alton. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Pythian SiRteri WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Harold Raines. Mrs. Gertrude Aljets and Mrs. Matilda Hermeling will be hostesses at the 8 p.m, Wednesday social meeting of the Pythian Sisters at the Odd Fellows Hall. to avoid the collision. Wester- lold's car was damaged in the rear and had to be removed by a tow truck. Damage to Gwilim's car consisted of the front end. Mission Union at S. Roxana Meets SOUTH ROXANA. — The Women's Missionary Union of the First Southard Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church. The Men's Brotherhood will also meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church and the two groups will combine for a In A/* on almost everyone prefers glasses by OSTERTAG IOIIIT IIRMINGHAM "When my Doctor recommended gUkkei, I took my preswlp- lion to Oifertov and I'm sure triad tn»t I did- You can't buy •tetter llwuei anywhere in Alton." ROttlOiT BIRMINGHAM EdwurtUvllle, 111. Look better end feel better in glasses by Osterteg . . , first choice of people in the Alton tree, who apprtd'te quality, ttyle and craftsmanship, Ostertag designs glasses with you in mind ... to bring out the belt in your appearance. « Ostertag glasses may look expensive but • they *re not<"»serving the people of thit I community for more than 27 years with the finest quality and lowest prices, cial hour following their business meetings with the WMU serving refreshments. Bethel Auxiliary SOUTH ROXANA. - The Women's Auxiliary of the Bethel Free-Will Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the hurch for a program meeting. Return from Indiana SOUTH ROXANA. — Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sperry of Hartford mve returned after visiting the past few days in South Bend, nd., with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hayden and family. home. On Dean's Mat ROXANA — Josephine Lowe o Rosewood Heights and Patricia Ellis of St. Clair St., South Roxana, both graduates of the Roxana High school were on the "Dean's List" for the past semester at Illinois State Normal University with grades no lower than B. Visiting Parent* ROXANA — Mrs. Jack Lukey and children, Mark, Danny and Linda are visiting for two months with Mrs. Lukey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bost of Central Ave. while Fire Control Technician 1/C Lukey is attending a naval service school in Bainbridge, Maryland. In September Lukey will enter Purdue University under a naval education program for a four year course in electrical engineering. He will join his family in Roxana about the middle of August for a visit and they will accompany him to Lafayete, Ind. for the beginning of his school term. Visiting Relatives ROXANA — Kay, Lee and Dee Pelhank of Harrisburg have been visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Pickering and family of Rohm Place for the past few days. Carlot grain receipts in Chicago were estimated at: wheat 157 cars, corn 313, oats 51, rye 1, barley 51 and soybeans 2. CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No. 1 hard 1.90%. Corn No. 1 yellow 1.35; No. 2 yellow 1.34%; No. 3 yellow 1.32%-33%; No. 4 yellow 1.30%; No. 5 yellow 1.28-29%; sample grade yellow 1.10. Oats No. 1 white 67-68%; No. 2 white 65; No. 2 extra heavy white 73%. Rye No. 3 plump 1.24%. No soybeans, meal 68.00. Barley: malting choice 1.101.20; feed 83-1.09. High Low Close Prev.close Jly 1.88% 1.86% 1.88%-% 1.85% Sep 1.89% 1.88% 1.88%-89 1.87% Dec 1.94% 1.03% 1.93%-% 1.92% Mar 1.97% 1.96% 1.97% 1.96% May 1.96% 1.95% 1.95%-% 1.95% Quinn Mortuary by the Rev. John Henderson, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Friends may visit the mortuary after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. L. Keidel Corn (old) Jly 1.30% 1.29% 1.30% 1.29% Sep 1.27V* 1.26% 1.26%-27 1.26% Dec 1.21% 1.20% 1.20%-21 1.20% Mar 1.25 % 1.24% 1.25 May 1.28% 1.28 1.28% Corn (new) 1.22 1.21% 1.21% 1.25% 1.25 1.25% .65 .63% .65% .65% .65V4 .63^ .68% .68 .68%-% .70% .69% .70 Produce Price* At St. Louis (AP)—Produce and 1.24% 1.27% 1.21 1.24% .65 .65% .68% .70% Dec Mar Oats Jly Sep Dec Mar Rye Jly 1.26% 1.23% 1.25-25% 1.25% Sep 1.27% 1.25% 1.26%-% 1.27% Dec 1.31% 1.28% 1.29%-30 1.30% Mar 1.33% 1.31% 1.32% 1.32% May 1.32% 1.31% 1.32% 1.32% Soybeans Jly 2.28% 2.26 2.28%-28 2.26 Sep 2.26% 2.24% 2.25%-% 2.24% Jan 2.27% 2.26 2.26%-% 2.25% Funeral services for Mrs. Lillious Keidel, 85, a member of an old Melville area family, will be conducted Tuesd-iy at 2 p.m. in Melville Congregational Church where she was a charter member and former pianist. Mrs. Keidel died Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Walter Collins, in Melville. Mrs. Keidel, the former Lillious Howard, was born at Melville, Aug. 30, 1872, a daughter of the late Charles B. and Emily M. Howard, early settlers in Melville. During her shildhood she lived near the present site of Melville Congregational CJiurch and she watched construction of the building, and at the age of 12 upon completion of the church edifice, she became a member of the church. Her interest in musk; continued throughout her life and even after she had reached the age of 80 she played the piano for her own amusement, and three years ago was invited to take part in musical program at the church where she played a piano num- George Adams Funeral rites for George Adams, 80, of 816 Cherry St., East Alton, long-time street Commissioner at East Alton, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, by the Rev. W. F. Bohn, pastor of First Baptist Church, East Alton. Interment will be in Roselawn Mem- Gardens, Bethalto. Friends may visit the funeral home after 3 p.m. today. Mr. Adams, who had served as street commissioner at East Alton for 22 years, was born at Milan, 111., March 2, 1878, a son of the late Peter and Jane Cree Adams. During his early life he had "home-steaded" in South Dakota, and before moving to East Alton had worked in reclamation government service in Colorado. Besides his son, Richard, he is survived by his wife, four other sons, and two daughters. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. in St. Dominies' Church in Breese. Burial will also be in Breese. Ephraim Ghappell Rites Held Today Obituary page — — With the Rev. John Linebarry, pastor of Sanford Avenue Baptist Church, officiating, funeral rites for Ephraim Chappell, 83, were conducted at 10:30 a.m. today in Burke Funeral Home. Burial was in Alton Cemetery. Miss Emma Joesting was organist. Casketbearers were Richard Vollmer, John Young, Ray Hughey, Elmer Gilworth, Orlan Cornelius, and Charles Mowrey. Nelson Barker Rites Conducted Fpllowing funeral services Saturday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, the body of Nelson Barker, 96, was taken to Broughton, 111., his former home, for services Sunday at 2 p.m. Burial was in Barker Cemetery, Broughton. The Rev. C. L. Gruver, pastor of Alton Gospel Tabernacle, officiated at the rites. Explosion At Streator Fatal to One News of Stocks International Oils Fall Sharply NEW YORK (AP)-Internation. al oils fell on news of the revolt in Iraq, and the stock market al a whole was moderately lower early this afternoon. Trading slackened after an active start. Volume for the day was estl« mated at about the same as th« 2,400,000 traded Friday. » Oils with resources in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East wer« subjected to heavy selling and dropped from one to about Mir points. Oil issues with Western Hemisphere resources were generally higher. The rest of the market wai slightly off. Key stock declined from fractions to about a point. A few stocks bucked the down* trend. Some rails were firm. Studebaker-Packard advanced. Gulf Oil topped about four points. Standard Oil of California fell about two and Royal Dutch more than that. Texas Co. was a three-point loser. Down more than a point wer« Standard Oil (New Jersey), Getty Oil and Socony-Mobil. Losses of about a point wert taken by American Telephone, Allied Chemical, Youngstown Sheet and Lorillard. U.S. government bonds lost up to a full point. 11 Selected Stocks Following are 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 its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at ST. LOUIS live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, extras Mar 2.30% 2.29Vi 2.30 1 / i .i/g 2.29 large 38-39; standards 33; mediums 35-36; unclassified 29; Chicago, assisted by Mrs. James 3 rochell, vice grand guardian of Jethel 5, Chicago, and Mrs. De- ores Miller, grand senior custodian, Bethel 52, Ottawa, presided at the affair. The Mothers Club of local Bethel 8, headed by Mrs. Elden Larson, served a luncheon to those in attendance. The next regular meeting of the local Bethel is scheduled (or Thursday evening in the Masonic Temple. dirties and checks 26-28; pullets 22-24; consumer grades, AA large A large 38-42; A mediums 35-39; B large 33-35; A small 24-26. Fowl, heavy breeds 17; bare- backs 15; leghorns 12 ',i; fryers and broilers, -white crosses 19V4 20; old roosters 11 Va. Aonlyil-Rulii*r*« MM- I' f DWARO D. JONIS t CO Mtmkw Htm Vwt Viocfe N. Fourth «. M>uU I. M*. Young Beginning TROY, Ala. ff— Dan Thompson is only a little over two years olc but he's a skilled operator of a junior-sized tractor. Dan's hero is Cecil Parks, Pike County's champion teen-aged trac tor driver, so on Pan's seconi birthday his father, Ira Thompson, gave the lad a little tractor he had made out of a lawn mower engine and scrap metal . Now Dan's busy practicing for the time when he can drive a big one in a contest. her. She also had been Interested in gardening and had devoted much time to her flower garden. He had been ill since last March 22 and a patient in the hospital since the beginning of his illness. His wife, the former Maude Kirkpatrick, died May 4, 1957. Surviving are a son, George R. Adams of Alton; two sisters, Mrs. Jane Bingham of near Milan, and Mrs. Nan Carver of Viola, 111., a grandson and a granddaughter. Mrs. Steinmeyer WORDEN — Mrs. Lena Steinmeyer, 79, died at her home Sunday at 1:50 p.m. She had been in failing health for several months.. Her body is at Williamson Funeral Home where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday until 12 noon Wednesday, when it will be moved to Trinity Lutheran Church, where she was a member. Services will be conducted at the church Wednesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. W. L. Stell wagen officiating. Mrs. Steinmeyer was born February 27, 1879, near Worden, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elmers. December 17, 1911, she was married to Martin Steinmeyer, who survives. STREATOR, 111. ."P — An explosion ripped a four-story hardware store today, lulling at least one person and trapping an unknown number of customers and clerks in the flaming structure. The blast first sent the top of the elevator shaft into the air and then blew out the front of the building in the downtown shopping section of this central Illinois city. Police and fire officials were not able to immediately determine the number of dead, injured and trapped. However, the body of one girl was brought to a hospital, identification \vas made immedi ately. Joe Kmetz, a clerk in the store, said he was waiting on a customer "when all of a sudden there was this big explosion, and the next thing I knew I was covered with brick and lumber and everything." 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 178%, Gen. Motors 40 s *, Granite City Steel 39H, Olin-Math. Chem. 33%, Owens-Ill. 69%, Shell Oil 76%, Sinclair Oil 58%, Socony 49%, Std. Oil (Ind) 46%, Std. Oil (N.J.) 53%, U.S. Steel 66, Sean 29%. A 1961 world fair in Turin will mark the centennial of Jhe founding of Italy. WOOD RIVER 206 Loreiw Ave. GEORGE DAVID ADAMS Tues., 2:00 P.M. Funeral Home Burial in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-(USDA) — Hogs 10,000; slow; U, S. 1-3 mixed weight and grade 190-240 Ib 22.75-23.25; more uniform mostly 1-2 around 200230 Ib 23.25-50; about 50 head around 200-220 Ib 23.60; few no Mrs. Keidel had been in failing! MSQ surv i ving are two sons, health for some time, but had A , bert of Edw8rdB viiie, Carl, of continued active until two weeks th|g ciiy> gnd gix g randchi i dren , She was preceded in death several brothers and sisters. Mrs. Westerholt EDWARDSVILLE—Mrs, Mary J. Westerholt, 77, died at 6 a.m. today at her residence, 201 South Benton St. Born Aug. 11, 1880, at Alhambra, a daughter of the late Jo* seph and Louise Stutzer, she was ago following a fall. She suffered no fractures in the fall, bu* because of her advanced age she failed to recover. She was married to Nelson J. Keidel March 4, 1890, at Melville. Her husband, two sons, Harry Elmer and Herbert N., and three sisters preceded her in death. Since the death of her husband in 1944, she had resided with her daughter. Surviving in addition to her 2-3 240-270 Ib 22.50-23.00; some no daughter, Mrs. Collins, are a son, 1-3 around 240 Ib to 23.25; mixed) grade 170-180 Ib 21.75-22.7; 150170 Ib 20.75-22.00; 120-140 Ib 19.25-11 20.50; sows 1-3 400 Ib down 20.00-II 21.00; some early to 21.25; heavier sows mostly 19.00-75; boars over 250 Ib 15,7546.00; lighter Services 2:00 P.M, Tuesday at the Melville Congregational Church. Rev. Charles Kohlbaker officiating. Burial in the Melville Cemetery. state al the Chapel after 7:00 P. OSTERTAG 40* iASl MOADWAV 1100, ALTON, ILL SOFT WATER U-WASH 32 Speed Queen Washers 8 Large Dryers Optn 24 Hours • Dty-7 Days • Wttk 432 N. WOOD RIVER AVE. WOOD RIVII weights 17.00-50. Cattle 6,500, calves 700; few good and choice slaughter steers 26.00-27.25; high standard 24.50; moderate showing good slaughter heifers and mixed yearlings 24.75' 26.25; some low choice included on 26.25; cows opening barely steady with relatively little done; few utlliyt and commercial cows 18.00-21.00; canner and cutters 14.00-18.00; bulls under pressure; utility and commercial 21.00; 23.00; canner and cutters 16.0020.00; ve a 1 e r s and slaughter calves opening iteady; good and choice vealers largely 26.00-28.00; good and choice 300-500 Ib slaughter calvei 24.00-27.00; util ity and standard 18.00-05.00. Sheep 2,000; darly gales good an<J choice spring lambs 22.0023.50; few utility and good 17.5021.00. M OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS- 00VERNMENT SECURITIES — CORPORATE AND MUNICIPAL IONDS - LISTED IND UNLISTED PREFERRED AND COMMON STOCKS - MUTUAL FUNDS NlWHAUD, COOK & CO, •MtMf *•» f«M •«»•• MlMIHtl Ml Fin! 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