Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 10, 1968 · Page 22
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 10, 1968
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B-8 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, Obituaries Kabel Mrs. Magraret Ann Kabel, 85, of 528 W. Moro Drive, Moro, a lifelong resident of the Moro area, died a* 6:55 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. She entered the hospital 12 weeks ago after having been in failing health for a year. The former Margaret Ann Green, she was born Oct. 21, 1882, at Moro, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Green. She had been active in church, fraternal and civic projects in the area for many years. A longtime member of First Presbyterian Church, Moro, she had been active in work of the Women's Association of the church; had served as director of Moro Cemetery, was a past worthy matron of Bethalto Order of Eastern Star, and a number of years ago had served as Moro Correspondent for the Alton Telegraph. Her husband, George Kabel, whom she married in 1901 at Moro, died in 1943. Survivors are three daughters, Miss Georgia M. Kabel, Alton; Mrs. James L. (Helen) Brazier, Moro, and Mrs. E. G. (Marian) Johnson, Moro; a son, Myron C., Champaign; a sister, Mrs. Charles Mehl, St. Louis, and a brother, Ralph E. Green, Monroe, Mich., and six grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. One daughter preceded her in death. The Rev. Wayne Hoxsie and the Rev. A. Ralph Lynn will officiate at services Friday at 11 a.m. in Moro Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Moro Cemetery. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, will be from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Madison County Easter Seal Society and Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children have been named as memorials. East Yorkshire, England; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Her husband died in 1956, and a brother also preceded her in death. St. Paul's Book of Remem- berance of St. Paul's Episcopal Church has been named as a memorial. Hardcastle CARROLLTON - Funeral services for John Robert Hardcastle, 60, of Ferguson, Mo., Formerly of Carrollton, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Mehl Funeral Home with the Rev. Phil Pierce, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Carrollton City Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 4 p.m. today. Mr. Hardcastle, who was in the mortgage and lease business n Ferguson and Carrollton, died Monday in Missouri Bap- ;ist Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been a patient one week. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John, Hardcastle, he was born Jan. 13, 1907, in Carrollton. He was graduated from Carrollton High School and attended Illinois College at Jacksonville. He had lived in St. Louis area for 35 years, but had maintained his church membership at Carrollton Methodist Church. His first wife, the former Virginia Brown Fuller-ton, died in 1964, and his second wife, the former Nellie Knight Powell, died in 1966. Two step-daughters, Mrs. Martha Stedeback, Carrollton, and Janet Powell, Ferguson, Mo., and step-sons, Douglas, David and Bruce Powell, Ferguson, Mo., survive. There are five step-grandchildren. Stephenson Funeral services for Mrs. Emily' Brankley Stephenson of 728 Royal St., will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Episcopal Church with the Rev. John M. Young officiating. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park with Morrow Quinn Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Visitation at St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 12 noon Thursday. Mrs. Stephenson, the widow of J. W. Stephenson, died Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital. She had been ill and hospitalized only four days. A resident of Alton for 56 years, Mrs. Stepbenson was born at Beverley, East Yorkshire, England. Her marriage to J. W. Stephenson took place in 1911 at St. Paul's Church. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, St. Elizabeth's Guild of the church and Chapter 775, Order of Eastern Star. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Robert Leslie, Gulfport, Miss., and Mrs. James W. Mai- oney, Aurora, N.Y., a son, Edward, Downers Grove; a sister, Mrs. Jack Bozman, Hessle, STREEPER Funeral Home 1620 Washington iface Church and the church Altar Society. She was also a former member of the Edwardsville Shut-in Club. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. Thursday at the Weber Funeral Home, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. A requiem mass will be read at :30 a.m. Friday from St. Boni- ace Church by the pastor, the lev. Ralph Guido. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery. Kruckeberg EDWARDSVILLE — Edward C. Kruckeberg, 74, of Rte. 2, Edwardsville, died at 1:06 a.m. today at Alton Memorial Hospital. A retired farmer, he was born March 21, 1893 at Worden. He was married Feb. 11, 1918, to Matilda Dustmann, who survives. Also surviving are two sons and a daughter, Eugene of Alton; Clifford and Mrs. Norval Bunt, both of Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Other survivors include a brother, Otto of Worden; a sister, Mrs. Julius Henke of Rte 2, Edwardsville; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild He was a member of Eden United Church of Christ, where funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Friday by the pastor, the Rev. Donald Cris mon. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Visitation will be after 2 pm. Thursday until 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Weber Funeral Home. Schnyder EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. Emma Schnyder, an Edwardsville resident the past 25 years, died at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at :he Madison County Nursing Home where she had resided the past seven years. A former resident of Newldrk, Okla. where she and her husband farmed for 25 years, she was born July 18, 1879, in Ft. Russell Township. She was married Nov. 6, 1901, to Siegfried (Fred) Schnyder, who died May 30, 1950. She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews She was a member of St. Bon- // we may serve you. Call our NEW number: 466-5544 Dodge JERSEYVILLE- - Mrs. Cecille M. Dodge, 77, of 201 Dooley )rive, Alton, died at 9:45 p.m. onday, at Alton Memorial Hospital. She was the widow of the ate Edson A. Dodge. Mrs. Dodge was born Sept. 24, 890, in Jerseyville, the daugh- er of Fred W. Geers and Lena M. Newberry. She is survived by one sis er, Mrs. Velma Bosworth, Jerseyville; and by two nephews, Robert Bosworth, Jerseyville, and Fred Bosworth, Herrin. Funeral services will be held ,t 2 p.m. Thursday at the Ja- :oby Brothers Funeral Home in erseyville, with Rev. Louis Purcell officiating. Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. Norton Funeral Funeral services for Miss Isabel E. Norton were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Gent Chapel with Dr. Cortley Burroughs, minister at First Presbyterian Jhurch, officiating. Burial was in Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Paul S. Cousley, Richard Cousey, Henry McAdams, Robert Graul, Harry Foster, and Martin Bristow. Uf en Funeral The body of Miss Hattie Ufen, 84, of Wanda, was taken to St. John's Cemetery, St. Louis County, Monday for burial. The Rev. C. W. Patton officiated at the services which were private. Pallbearers were E. T. Ma- juire, Gilbert Lamkin, Ray Duffey, and Robert Stocker. Hohmann Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Schenke Hohmann were held Monday at 1 p.m. in Burke Funeral Home with the Rev. Charles Stevens, pastor of Unit ed Church of Christ, Evangelical, officiating. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Staunton. Pallbearers were Richard Schenke Jr., Harold Schenke, Gene Gelzinnis, Karl Meier, iarl Schmidt, and William Smythe. Pruett Funeral Following services Monday in Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto, the body of Mrs. Alta Pruett was taken to Bethalto City lemetery for burial. The Rev. Keith Stanford, pas. tor of First Baptist Church, Bethalto, officiated. Pallbearers were Jack McCelland, Larry Ray, Leonard Feldman and Delbert Hise. Hartkoff Funeral WORDEN — Funeral services for Marvin Hartkoff, W, of Cahokla, father of Mildred Hartkoff of Worden, were held at 1 p.m. today at Maplewood Baptist Church, Cahokia. Burial was in Memorial Gardens, near Belle ville. Name Omitted The name of a brother, Ora, of Irving, 111., was omitted in an announcement Tuesday of the death of Cecil L. Zumwalt. Mr. Zumwalt, a former Altonian, died Monday at Hawthorne, Calif, Jury Being Selected in Wallace Case EDWARDSVILLE - Selection of a jury continued today n the murder trial of Shelby Vallace, 29-year-old Granite City police character, in the Oct. 1 pistol slaying of Terry ThweattJr. • The case is being tried be- ore Associate Circuit Judge Austin Lewis. Prospective Jurors were being interrogated by State's At- orney Leon Scroggins and Wai- ace's attorney, Madison County *ublic Defender Robert E. L. Trone. The 17-year-old Thweatt, son if Terry Thweatt, hoodlum and abor strongarm man, died in a jool of blood outside the Full Moon Tavern near Granite City, after being struck under the right eye by a 45 caliber slug on Sunday morning, Oct. Pruett, Sam Prange, and Virgil Micotto, Harold Oliver McDaniel. Yungck Funeral With the Rev. Charles Stevens, pastor of United Church of Christ, Evangelical, officiating services for Mrs. Emily Yungck were held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Yungck Lee Balangee, Ronald Gustine Leroy Monje and Charles Fritz. Jack and ALTON NEVA HUNTER Services 1 p.m. Thursday Smith Funeral Home ANNA ELIZABETH ZYPH Services 2:30 p.m. Thursday Smith Funeral Home MARGARET ANN KABEL Services 11 a.m. Friday Moro Presbyterian Church ALTON-WOOD KIVER BKTliALTO McNairy Funeral Funeral services for Earl L McNairy, 59, of Chicago, for merly of Alton, will be Satur- at 11 a.m. in Russell-An derson Chapel. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. Visitation at the chapel will be from 7 p.m, to 9 p.m. Fri day. Starkey Funeral With the Rev. J. E. Camp pastor of North Alton Southern Baptist Church, officiating serv ices for Bearlie Starkey, 67 were held at 2 p.m. today in Gent Chapel. Burial was in Val halla Memorial Park. John Dresler, Bill McKinney Robert Gunn, George Corwin Mike Mikeoff and Harrison March were pallbearers. Blake Funeral The Rev. J. W. Jordan, pas tor of the First Christian Church officiated at services Tuesda' in Gent Chapel for Willard (Bill' Blake. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were Homer Arbuthnot, Paul Rowe Myles Lowis, Tommy Lagesse The two-count murder indictment against Wallace was returned by the. county grand jury Oct. 2. Authorities at the time of the slaying said young Thweatt apparently walked into the mid- lie of a feud between people in the tavern and the killer who drove in front and shot up the avern on Rte. Ill south of the Old Lakeside Airport. Thweatt lived with his father on Chouteau Slough road outside Mitchell. Kasperak Sitting Up, Dangles Legs STANFORD, Calif. AP) The world's fourth heart transplant patient, Mike Kasperak vas able to sit up and dangle his legs over the edge of his bed at Stanford Medical Center today, doctors said. They advised the exercise to maintain circulation. Kasperak's condition was listed as critical "but improving' on the fourth day after his operation, following complications and a setback. The fifth such operation was performed Tues day at Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y. The 59-year-old steelworker's- condition has been considera satisfactory until Monday, when jiternal bleeding developed Physicians said six pints o blood were transfused. "Gastro-intestinal bleeding has stopped, and liver and kid ney functions have slightly im proved," the bulletin said. Meanwhile the body of Mrs Virginia White, 43, donor of the heart transplanted to Kasperak was buried in Palo Alto. "This was a humble yet fa mous thing, a history-making event," said the Rev. Watten R Cheatham of the Church o Christ to 250 persons in a funer al home chapel. Bowles Talks With Sihanouk Frank, Cordial PHNOM PENH (AP) — U.S Ambassador Chester Bowie, conferred with Prince Norodom Sihanouk for the first time to day. Cambodian officials sai the talk was "frank and cor dial" and "useful points of vie were exchanged." No details of the one-hour meeting were disclosed. Bowie arrived in Phnom Penh Monda to discuss Communist use Cambodian territory as a refug from U.S. and South Vie namese troops in the Vietnam war. The conversation took place in the prince's modernistic Cham car Mon Palace, set amid luxu riant tropical gardens. Inform ants said Bowles in Sihanouk English spoke t and ex pressed the Cambodian positio with his "habitual affablity." TELEGRAPH WANT ADS FIND HAPPY BUYERS For Your "DON'T NEEDS!" And you'll be happy with Extra Cash for those unused household items! for a low-cost, fast-aetion Telegraph Want Ad- just call 465-6641

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