ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY. DECEMBER 13, ariea bwn fl! and I aOSBuM since bid f*s««d •V Jrlflttl fiJr Otem 0, Mr. • tail win* and tie was Ntt fcttsfleM _ at fadepeixten *lth (he Christian nwinow of On- Alton. 'to addition to hte wife 4ftttBhten, Mary Ellen at home! two sons, ngffdd, who is in itioned at ft. Leonand Robert Earl ge MHto; two sisters, Mrs. lith Hoyt, Barry, and Mrs, Nlta ', Pearl, and one grandchild. Funeral rites win be conducted ftAiMttd ft 2 p.m . to Uppw Atten Cemetery by tAt Rev. ft ft, dWtfe. past- *r « Hartfonf ftfttthodhn JOMtah. Hoy, one et three cMi- nwfl* Mr. and Mis. Sohwar berg, (An Sunday at t:0&a.m., ta Alton Memorial Hospital. In addition to hit parents, he is survived by a brother, Jo* stfrti, and a, sister, Debra; hi* grandparents, Mr. and Mri, Farrell Schwarberf and his maternal Wednesday at 2 p.m., Home 1 , Alton. in Smith Home, Alton. Burial will in Bethalto Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral s will be from 1 pm. Tuesday time of the funeral StevenKemmerer friends have received rord of the death of Steven Cemmerer, son of Mr. and Mrs. larold Kemmerer of 19 Sun- Ise Terrace, West Englewood, J. J., former residents of Al|on. Steven died at a New Jer"Iey hospital Saturday night. I Funeral services will be con- Ducted at 8 p.m., Tuesday in |he Volk Funeral Home, 789 Teaneck Rd., Teaneck, N. J. SchwarbergBaby • Graveside rites for Douglas Schwarberg, ll-day-ojd son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwarberg of 201 E. 5th St., Hart- grtwaparents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Smith, Hartford. Pat Cocozza Pat Cocozza, 48, of Lawrence Mass., brother of Louis Cocozza of 402 Cherry St.* died unexpectedly at 10:20 a.m. Sunday in the Lawrence General Hospital Lawrence, Mass., where he had been a patient for one week. He is survived, in addition to his Alton brother, by his wife and three children. Louis Cocozza *has gone to Lawrence, where he will attend funeral services in the Holy Rosary Church, Lawrence, at 11 a.m. Wednesday. W.- A. MeCrellis MEDORA — Hi for the past two months and hospitalized for four days, William A. Mc- Crellia of Medora died Saturday at 9:30 p-m. in Carlinville Area Hospital. He was 82. A resident nearly.all of his life of the Medora area, he was born Aug. 29, 1817, at Medora, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Foster MeCrellis. Before his retirement he had worked at the brick laying and plastering trades. Surviving are his wife, the former Lillian Strunk, to whom he was married Sept. 17, 1902; two brothers, George, Carbondale, and Earl, Cuba, 111., two sisters, Mrs. Nell Peebles, Medora, and Mrs. Mary White, Phoenix, Ariz.' A son, Kenneth, preceded him in death. The body is at Warner Funeral Home, Medora, where rites will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. Friends may call at the ineral home after 4 p.m., to- lay. 19* -. If* h«r«! G-E'» smallMt radto. mt «Mrt pocket or handbag- Play* up to 3 ttmac longer Uian many s«ts this >lu. Only U mincM wtth hatUrlas. • transition, large speaker. S«e tt today. They're going teat at IM* price! ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT •IX E. Broadway HO 8-B246 Free Parking In Hear oi Store OU Hidgo Si. Mrs. Abell Mrs. Flora Abell, 81, wife of Frank E. Abell, a retired real estate agent, of East St. Louis, died Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in the Centreville Township Hospital, East St. Louis, where she had been a patient for six weeks. Mrs. Abell was well known in the Alton area, and she and her husband had spent many summers In their cottage at Chautauqua. The former Flora Bierman, she was born on Aug. 1, 1879 in St. Louis. In addition to her husband, Frank, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Elva King of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Elbertu Diehr of St. Louis County. Funeral services will be con* ALTON ROT EARL MORROW 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Funeral Home LYDIA PARKER Private rites Thursday morning ducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday In the Kurnw Funeral Home Chapel, East St. Louis. Visitation hours at rhe chapel will be after 7 p.m. today and until time of the funeral. Mrs. Aikman Word has been received In Alton of the death of Mrs. \VII-, helmina Aikman. 73, of Mattoon,!«ng to about 1 point tai major rtf fhp n». isues. Volume was estimated at Ol tnc rw*- M j ... Aikman th?j 3 ' 2 million shares compared with M.«.a-*«.«*»:*. «•£'%•!£• ^ _ selves in favor and scored fairly wide gains. Texas Instrument ran of Stocks Prices Creep Slowly Upward NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks crept upward slowly today and by late aftornoon had gains extend- last Tuesday in a Mattoon hos pital where she had been a patient since Nov. 13. She'had raided ,n Mattoon ahoad 3* and Uttj* »- D, con for the past 50 years and prev ious to that had been at Wordon. trast, Polaroid tumbled Gains were scored by most mo. ; March tor, Heel, retail merchand^ai, 7 1887, a daughter of the late "HP and chemical shares.Oils, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reidell. metals nnd drugs *«"*««• She wa« married at Hillsboro in; New, that ™'<^' n < £ pd IJOQ , topped (our million in November. Surviving tn addition to her j highest since, Ae great.Depression husband are three sons, Eugene!for the month, did not have much J., Mattoon; Leslie G., Spring-jinfluence on prices. Brokes said field, and Arthur L., East Lynn; (this news had been discounted. two daughters. Mrs. Orval Orr, Tampa, Fla., and Mrs. Philip S. Boyd, Harrington; a brother, Joe Reidell, Mattoon, and two Reports that orders were improving slightly in the depressed steel industry helped steel shars. Republic gained 1 and Jones ft sisters, Mrs. Matthew L. Bur-jLaughlin %. But U.S. Steel dipped well, Lltchfield, and James '*/*• Pope, Indianapolis. ! Among the motors, ford was most in demand, advancing 7 /g. A. L Martin WHITE HALL - Alfred L Martin, a retired carpenter* died Sunday at 7 a.m., at his home here at the age of 78. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs Henry Martin, he was born Jan. 10, 1882, in Greene County. He was married in 1907 to the former Eva Hawkins, who survives him. Also surviving are a son, Buell of White Hall; a sister, Mrs. Lena Morris, Springfield; two brothers, Arthur, Roodhouse, and Junle, Peoria, and a granddaughter . The body Is at Dawdy Funeral Home. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m., In Manchester Baptist Church. Burial will Cemetery. be In Manchester Mrs. Parker Mrs.,Lydia O. Parker, 85, of Ashtabula. Ohio, a former resident of Alton for 40 years, died Sunday in Ashtabula, where she for the past 14 Chrysler and American made small gains. Although holiday sales Motors have had resided years. The former Lydia Gronemeyer, she was married to Charles 5\ Parker, and he preceded her in death in 1940. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Robert Wilson of San Francisco, Calif., and Miss Mary Parker of Ashtabula, one son, Robert P. of Cleveland, Ohio, and five grandchildren. The body will be brought to Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Brief funeral services will be conducted in the funeral home at 9 p.m. Wednesday. Private committal rites, with the Rev. Orrin Anderson, officiating, will be conducted in Upper Alton Cemetery. been a disappointment in some areas, and won't be helped by the eastern snow storm, the mall order shares held firm. Sears gained % and Ward's The New York Stock Exchange opened an hour late because of the blizard, its first late start in 26 years. Bond prices were irregular in a minimum of trading. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grade, AA large and A extra large 44-46, A large 40-44, A/ medium 36-42, A small 32-37, B large 37-42; wholesale grade, large extras 60-79 per cent A 41-43, 40-59 per cent A 4041; medium extra 34-35, small extras 30-33, standard minimum 80 per cent B 36-38, country run 34-35, checks 28-30. Live poultry; hens, heavy 19, light over 5 Ibs 12-12V Z , under 5 unclassified dirties and Ibs 9%-10, commercial broilers and fryers, 2%-3% Ibs 16, old roosters 9-10, young white geese 25-26, young white ducks 15-16, young turkey hens 29. Mrs. Lola Spann Rites Conducted With the Rev. Roy Warner, pastor of Hartford Assembly of God Church, officiating, funeral rites for Mrs. Lola E. Spann of Hartford were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral i-Iome, Wood River. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Gasketbearers were Earl Flatt Jr., Wilfred Pyatt, James Livestock Prices At Bant St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 10,090; moderav«)y active; barrows 'and gilts 1*0 Ib up 25-50 higher than Friday; 170 Ib down 504.00 hither; sows 50-75 higher; bulk 1*2 1M> 230 Ib barrows and gilts 18.35-66; mixed 1-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.7518.50; a few 2-3 240-265 Ib 17.00. 75; some 1-3 lots up to 18.00; most' Futures Prices Steady to Strong CHICAGO (AP) - Except for weakness In nearby wheat months the grata futures market was steady to strong today In moderately active dealings on the Board of Trade. December wheat was down a major fraction In the early aft. ly 1-2to 18.25; mixed grade 150-170 letnoon m Mn[ng described prin- Ib 17.50-18.25; 120-140 Ib 18.00-, cipally M profit-taking. That con- 17.25; 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 14.00-1 tract and the March delivery 15.75; over 400 Ib 13.00-50. fewi cloeed at * eir Ms* 6 "* level « of 13.75; boars over 250 Ib 10.50-75;: the season on Friday. i Carlot receipts today were esti •mated at: wheat 4 cars, corn 385 lighter weights 13.00. Cattle 6,000; calves 500; slaugh-ioats 7, rye none, barley 62, soy ter steers and heifers only mod-i beans 24. erately active with opening sale, CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat or about steady; cows active and i soybean sales. Corn No 3 yellow strong to 50 higher; bulls steady 1.00 1 /4'01 1 /4; No 4 yejlow 93%-98'/i; to weak; stackers and feeders No 5 yellow 90',4-93%. Oats sam steady; choice steers 26.50 with ple CTade high good and choice 25.75-26.25; good steers 24.50-25.75; choice mixed steers and heifers 26.00; Soybean oil 9%b-10.00a. Barley: malting 1.23n; feed 75-90n. 12 Selected Stoch Following an today's 1:90 p.m. quotations of 13 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 it« Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes dally at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) ; ATAT 96, Gen. Motors 41 J 4, Granite City Steel 37H, Olin Math. Chem. 3994, Owens-Illinois 91, Shell 38tt, Sinclair 36%, Sncony 38, Standard OH (Ind.) 45. Standard (NJ) 39%, U. S Steel 75%, Sears 55%. Chris J. Newman Rites Conducted With the Rev. Father Thomas O'Connor as celebrant, Mass was read at 9 a.m. today in St. conducted in tits cemetery by veterans of World War I, Alton Barracks, No. 988. Pallbearers were 0. M. Ful- ler, Paul Aulabaugh, *�� Curtis, Ehvood Newman, Hauck and Forest Com!». Cora 'Dec high choice heifers 26.50; good' and choice heifers and mixed 1 yearlings 23.50-25.00; utility and wheat commercial cows 14.50-16.00, few jj^ to 16.50; cahners and cutters j^ ar 10.50-15.00; utility and commercial May bulls 17.00-18.50; canner and cut- ji v ter bulls 14.00-17.00; few loads ^ and lots mostly good stocker and. feeders 24.00-50; vealers and j slaughter Calves unchanged; good ' and choice vealers 26.00-30.00; ™ ar few high choice 31.00-32.00; stand-! May ard and low good 20.00-26.00; uttl- ^ y ity and standard 16.00-20.00; good ^P and choice slaughter calves 19.00- Oats 25.00. Dec Sheep 2,000; few early sales Mar about steady; good and choice'^ av wooled lambs 15.50-17.50; choice ! J 'y and prime lots 17.50-18.00; about j 8 ^ 35 head 18.00; utility and good! Rye Patrick's Church for Chris J. Newman. Rev. Father Henry i-.i 1 in .Schmidt was In charge of com- cnoice !••<"•',flitta, riteg ta St j oseph . s I Cemetery. Graveside rites were! If yev tan hear bvt <k«'» stand, tonefane wauM like fa Nls> yev. Whether yev wear • nearlnf •id er net, let MS five yen • frse •wdlemetrlc Hearlnff analysis. LIARN AiOUT OUR NIW HIARINO AIDS • 6>Tr«nslst«r Models 9 3 Mof Ic STMI MMMU • ly«fl«ss Models • AH-trMhe-lor Models • lo»y Llstonlfifl wHti AVC Our new model* ore the mralletf, lightest, mett convenient hearing aid* Bottlblo through Sonotono '•March. Lot u* holt) you relax and on|oy good hearing again. 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Hours: 9 to 3 (Sat. 9 to 12) ******•_ Telephone HOwnrd 2-B720 READ Telegraph WANT ADS Dally LAMMCftS FLORAL 2524 COLLEGE AVB. 2.0714 2.06^ 2.07 2.07V*, 2.07 2.08% 2.07 2.06% 2.03% 2.03& 2.03% 2.03>z 1.86% 1.85%" 1,88% 1.86V 4 1.89*4 1.88% 1.89% 1.88% 1.05 1.04% 1.04% 1.04V4 1.09% 1.0% 1.09% 1.09K 1.13% 1.13 1.13% 1.12% U6»/s 1.15% 1.15% 1.15& 1.14% 1.13% 1.13% 1.13% .60% .64% .64% .60 .64% .65% .60% .64% .65% .64% .65% .60 .64 .65% .64 .64% 13.00-15.00; cull and utility 10.0012.50; few mostly good shorn Dec May lambs 15.00; couple lots mixed | May cull to good slaughter ewes 5.50.1 Jly 1.09% 1.09% 1.09% 1.08% 1.15% 1.14% 1.15% 1.14% 1.19 1.17% 1.18% 1.17% 1.19 1.18 1.18% 1.18% OUR ALTON OFFICE MAINTAINS: DOW-JONES NEWS TICKER. PRIVATE DIRECT TELEPHONE TO OUR ST. LOUIS BOARDROOM. CURRENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS, SALES AND HOURLY AVERAGES. STATISTICAL MATERIAL. EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL. Serving Alton Investors /or 28 Years NEWHARD, COOK 6? Co. 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