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MUftUAV, JUNK 27, I960 ALiUi> Obituaries t. F, Lash Mrs, Reinhart J—^» J^^_ ^^M ^^^^^^^^M aren, two imu>uimini a, Young, Cai'rollm, and Stephen Young, Jerseyville; and a half- sister, MM. Truman QrUale ot Jeneyville. Mm. Mary Reinhart, ft, a ml- n ^Tf' *^f J"JJ *"' 4M<*k t>«..«_ *-- BA p.m. Tuesday at MCIU Funeral to ^J^MiS »°™ here: and burial will be In Alhambrl, in i Carrollton City Cemetery. 1997, died at 3:30 a.m. Sunday at the nursing home. Born at Prairletown, April 21, 1871, she was a daughter ot the tate Mr. and Mrs. Herman Murder Trial Of Granite City YouthUnderfay Mrs. Martha A very Rites Conducted mann. Her husband, William, died in 1930, and a daughter. Mrs. Hattie Dubbelde Sanders, in 1958. Following the death of Mrs. of a Jury began late this morning in Circuit Court in the murder trial of David Luther Fisher, now 16, charged with fatally Roy Rleffer, who retired last shooting his father, George Rites wtre conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. tor MM. Martha Avery at Alton Gospel Tabernacle by the Rev. Davil McOarvey of the Mil' ton Assembly of God Church, Selection! Pallbearers were all grandsons, Roy Rieffer fall from Shell (Ml refinery after, 38 yean service there,! died Sunday at Austin, Ark., I Fisher, 48, at the family home at Mitchell last March 21. Circuit Judge Joseph J. Barr, of the case. of the first 12 venlremen called Sanders' first husband, Mr. Dub-! Mr. Rleffer moved to Austini to , he j ury belde, the Dubbelde children, Mrs. from Decalur. Previously hej Tte case TsT being prosecuted James Lowe, Mayne, Mich., Mrs. had resided in South Roxana, by Assistant State's Attorney Helen Robare, Ishpening, Mlch., !a nd at Carllnville. I Burton Bernard of Granite City. He is survived by his wife, | Fisher's attorney is Austin William F. Lash, 52, Shell Oil Co. employe, and former trustee of the Village of Bethalto, died Sunday at 1 a.m. |n St. Anthony's Hospital. His home was at 475 Park Dr., Bethalto. j be conducted Tuesday at 2:30 Mr. Lash had been ill and|P-m- in the church by the Rev. old, River, were reared by Mrs. Rein hart. In addition to her five grandchildren she is survived by eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Reinhart was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, , and funeral • •* •*• j * I** 10 «*••»•» *>U W»7 ••••» »•••—( .'.fS'Jte -^ Mrs. Eva Rleffer; a daughter, {Mrs. Imogene Mayfield, Austin; a sister, who resides at New Salem, Mo., and a grandson, Stuart Mayfield. Area relatives, who left to. day for Austin to attend funeral j rites Tuesday, Include Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Stull, and Mrs. Cas* sle Woodlel, Wood River; Mrs. hospitalized since last March 29.!Carl Hilgendorf. Burial will bel° ertrude Foster - East Alton : His tenure with the oil refin- in Wand * Cemetery. (Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harmer and cry extended over a period of 30 L. The bod y is at Marks Mortuary, daughter, Doris, Alton, and years. He began work at the Shell O'l Co. in 1930 as a Lewis of Granite City, Madison county Public defender but sen-tnu as private counsel for Fisher. An Indictment charging Fisher with murder in the slaying of his father was returned by the May term Circuit Court grand jury on June 1. An earlier grand jury, for the March term of court, had begun investigation | of ^he case before making itsi Roger and Donald Fox, William Wheeler, Richard Thompson, and Letoy and Stanley Hartwtck. Interment was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Edgar Oswald Rites Conducted ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICE OP CLAIM OAT1 Not long Decewed, Minding m~tniTPr«b«« Court of M«di«on County,, tltimnt. and tRat claim* may be fllM against the sntd estate on or before laid date without issuance of rarnmoitt. Dated this llth day of Jun«, I WO. ANNA REtLLEY, Bxteutrtx OA!E HItT, Probate Cl«r*. OKtBN * HOAOLAND. Attorney* (tLMER BERNARD! ...... . June 20, >7. July S NOTICE OF CtAIM DATE Notice Is her«6y liven to all per- nnf Is the ci JDWARD Deceased. tons that the first Monday in Aug u«, 1«». J estate of E the Claim Cat 'ARD j. McP the WOOD RIVER — Funeral services for Edgar Oswald were conducted Saturday at '1 p.m. at «""l 'I"" claim* may be fifed *galnst the said *""" °" ° r P ' f ° re """ Marks Mortuary by the Rev. R, M. Mapes and the Rev. Victor Herman. Pallbearers were Lester Opel, Lloyd Ellis, William Franklin, Lyman McNabney, Charles Norveil, and Darrell Holder. Burial was in Wanda Cemetery. The United Arab Republic has approved 94 projects to improve Syria, Damascus reports. date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 2t.it day of June. I960. EMILY McPHILUPS MEtSTER, Executrix DAL'E HILT, Probtie cier*. COPPINOER * XANOERS, By; JOHN B. COPPINOER. Attorney. June J7. July S, 11 CARD OP THANKS. LEGAL NO TICKS River < where Men & labor-i™" aftei l 6 p ' m ' todav and until er in the engineering field department. He transferred to the lubricating oil department that same year, where he later became a (jflerk, and when he became ill and entered the hospital was a clerk in the engineering field, in when the body jwill be taken to the chdrch. Fred Cox D., April 13, 1908, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William I. Lash. He attended the! elementary schools of Assumption, and Illinois State Normal University, at Normal. Before joining Shell Oil Co., he taught in the rural schools, near Bethany. MEDORA-Fred M, Cox, 76, a retired farmer of the Harmony area, died at 12:45a.m.todayinCarlin- ville Area Hospital. He had been in declining health for several years and entered the hospital last Saturday. Born at Pittsburg, Kans., Sept. 11, 1883, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Cox. He was married to Miss Ethel Goodall, Oct. 6,1911, at Lincoln. Following his marriage he went Virginia Thacker and son of Edwardsvllle. Mr. Lash was a member ofjto Wrights where he resided on a Bethalto Presbyterian Church farm until 1924 when he movep" to and was a former elder in the Harmony. church. He belonged to Bethalto j Mr. Cox was a member of the Lodge 406 of the Masonic Or-(Baptist Church, and was a charter der and was a past Worshipful I member of the Anti Thief Associa- Master of the lodge; was a j tion of Harmony, member of Royal Arch Masons, Surviving are his wife; two 146, Edwardsville, and was a sons, Paul J., Shipman, and Gil- past Worthy Patron of Bethalto Lodge 847, Order of Eastern Star. He also belonged to Shell Service Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Leona Franz, to whom bert E. , Medora; a sister, Mrs. Bertha Smart, Kansas City, Mo., a brother, Charles H. Greenfield, and eight grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Warner he was married June 30, 1934, j Funeral Home, Medora. Burial will at Wood River; two daughters, i be in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Wrights. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. John Fields WHITE HALL — John Fields, 78, died at 2:10 p.m. Sunday here after a long illness. Born Sept. 22, 1881 in CalhoUn County, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fields. He is survived by two sons, George, of Sunland, Calif.; and Edward, of Ataschadera, Calif. Madison County Heart Associa-! There are two grandchildren and j eight stepchildren. The stepchil- — Sdren are as follows: Marcus Koe- Terryl and Marilyn; a brother, Glenn, Rosewood Heights, and four sisters, Mrs. Rolla Vest and Mi's. Mabel Bennett,"Decatur, and Mrs. Wayne Benton and i Miss Jean Lash, Mattoon. | The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto, where friends may call after 4 p.m. today and until 12:30 p.m. fuesday when the body will be taken to Bethalto Presbyterian Church for services at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. His family has designated tion as a memorial fund. The body Is at Westbrook Funeral Home, Bebee, Ark., pending time of the funeral Tuesday. D. P. Lattin David P. Lattin, 65, of 3606 Franor St., died at 12:01 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hos- pltal following several years of failing health. He had been hospitalized since last Monday. A native of Oklahoma, Mr. Lattin was born Oct. 24, 1894, at Perry. He moved from Kansas City to A(ton in 1914 and for a number of years had been employed at Laclede Steel Co. Since his health began to fail he had been employed at the lighter duties of taxi driver. He was a member of First Church of Christ (Scientist). Surviving are his wife, Bessie Lattin, to whom he 'was married Jan. 15, 1916; two daughters, Mrs. Dale Allen, Alton, and Mrs. Forrest Holford, Denver, Colo.; a son, Narva, Alton; five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Narva Lattin, a brother, and two sisters, preceded him in death. His sister, Mrs. Rose Schmuch, died in 1956. The body, is at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in .Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. The defendant, county authorities reported, signed a purported confession statement after the slaying allegedly admitting he had shot his father with a shotgun and a .38 caliber pistol at their home last March 21. Other criminal cases set for trial today, except for guilty pleas or other disposition last Monday, were continued this morning until the next term of court on application of defendants, including Terry Thweatt, under indictment for alleged attempted bribery of a juror in the burglary trial of St. Louis hoodlum Marvin Dale Berry, now serving prison sentences for armed robbery of a Granite City tavern and burglary of a service station here last August. Council to Meet EDWARDSVILLE—The Community Council of Organizations will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Gun Club. Principal business will be the organization of two committees, giving an outline of the objectives. The committees are: industrial development and community development. W. J. Stigall CHESTERFIELD — William J. i Louise Hester Rites Conducted WOOD RIVER — Rites were conducted for Louise Hester at 3:30 Saturday afternoon in the First Methodist Church by the Rev. Edwin A. Grant. Pallbearers were E c k e r t MeuIIer, Herb Mueller, Ervin Mueller, James Jones, Edward Cheatham and Harold Rapp. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery, Granite City. Nyasaland win build a big hydro plant at Nkula P'alls on Shire Stigall, a farmer and life-long S'."" 1 ,„ ,„ ? rhoc^-H-M »„„„ ™,i^^, ,«JiR'ver, north of Blantyre. Bethaljo WILLIAM F. LASH 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Bethalto Presbyterian Church Alton DAVID P LATTIN 2 p.m. Wednesday Funeral Home nig, East Alton; Llyod Koenig, jtal. Pujunga, Calif.; Mrs. Lelia Ed-j He had no near relatives and wards, Sunland, Calif; Mrs. Al-jwas the last of his family in this berta Fadler, Jacksonville; Mrs. area. He was never married. Edna Pranger, Carrollton; Daniel Services will be Tuesday at Chesterfield area resident, died" Sunday at a Jacksonville hospi.| Lloyd Bethel; John and wubur , STATE OF ILLINOIS ) US. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY in the Matter of the ) Probate of the Last Will and ) Testament of George E. Wilkinson. Deceased OWEN W. DUNCAN — W« wish to express our sincere thinks and np- preclatlon to all our fftlends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. We especially wl»h to thank Marks Mortuary, those'who sent cards. Moral offerings and all those who assisted In any way. Wife, Daughter and Family EDUCATIONAL . . ifitB^Mv. [fell ribariiati Boat end Bnitne.' Tops is mpti. Cotti low ~l«. Stilt 1MB. Twin speedsters J48. Sell* MSB, wire, write Jloney, nc., 407 comm. Ctr., lilt, Calif. y, ly ACCOUNTS' mechanic- jj TAXI CAB DRIVERS—Awly »fl per•on only. Ham <t Merv Tam Co. MACHINIST JOURNEYMAN Pint dais, thop and field main- tainance. experience required. 13.01 per hour. Liberal benefit!. SHELL OIL COMPANY WOOD RIVERA ILL EMPLOYMENT ON IIA WANTED—rmto«Haf entfnetr, Jf-«! with degree. Medical technician, tn veatiiAtor. collector, cotmnnnlca tioits equipment talesman, atttrtr waitress, hotueneeper (my}. At»Blj in person, imntii State Employ mem service, 87 Henry, Alton. IM SALBSIADIBI and Mothan Part-time worlt. Atwtit 3 hour* day or evening, two or three timer mi week. Average over 13 per hour Use of car necemry. PRone TRttiagie 7-5909 or BRUW 4-1100 for appointment. si srruAtioNB Vrfb,— COLORED high school graduate wanti day work. HO 2-7132. MEN (9). not afraid to work to help on rood- route. $2.90 hour. A) ton area. Evergreen 8-9535. IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY—Of Mary W. Sloan who departed this life on June 27, 1953: Sadly missed by Husband, Children and Grandchildren. IN MEMORY OF ALDO RAY. who passed away 5 years ago, June 27, 19S5: Todav recalls sad memories Of a dear one gone to rest. And the ones who think of him today Are the ones who loved him beat. Sadly missed by Wife and Children. I. H. STREEPER, III, Attorney. IN MEMORY OF OUR DEAR MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER, MRS. RUBY STURGEON, who passed away five year ago today. June 27. 195S: Time rolls on. It will not stay; Five long years have pnssed away. Tears may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never. The memory of those happy days, When wa were all together. Sadly missed by Children. Grandchildren and all who loved her. PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P. O. Box 185. East Alton, or CL 4-9278 or CL 4-8305. Public notice Is hereby given that a petition bas been filed In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, showing that George E. Wilkinson, of Alton. Illinois. In said County, departed this life, leaving an Instrument purporting to be a last will and testament. That said deceased left him surviving Anna J. Wilkinson. Luella Kile. Lucille Patterson. Richard Arms, Mildred Elder. Porter A. Wilkinson, Jasper N. Wilkinson, James S. Wilkinson. Lillian Wilkinson, Dr. Scott J. Wilkinson, Marjorle Spangler, W. Arthur Wilkinson. John Dale Wilkinson. Mrs. Parr Birch, Mrs. -Don Blankenburg. Lew Wilkinson, George H. Wilkinson. Arthur S. Wilkinson. Walter Williams, Mary McDonald, Luella Williams. Paul William*, and Unknown heirs of James Wilkinson, deceased brother of testator, as his only heirs at law, and that the following person was named as legatee and devisee In said Instrument: Anna J. Wilkinson. Notice Is hereby given to the above named persons and all whom It may concern, that said Instrument will be offered for probate and a hearing had on said petition by said Probate Court, In the room usually occupied by said Court, In the Courthouse. In the City of Ed- wardsvllle, Madison County. Illinois, on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1960. at the hour of 9:30 o'clock A. M. (DST), or as soon thereafter as he matter can be heard, at which time and place your are hereby notified to be present. If you so desire. Dated: Edwardsvllle. Illinois, June 10th, A. D. 1960, DALE HILT Clerk of the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois MASON , C BRETH £ EN requested (0 assemble at the Temple In Bethalto June 13 20 27 Tuesday. June 28. 2 p.m., to con june id. ju. ti duc( servjces for Bro ,|, er william LEROY COOK, W.M. SINUS SUFFERERS try Plopper'i E Z X for relief. E Z X Is for sale at local drug counter*. SOCIETIES and LODGES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25, A. F. & A. M. Special meeting Tuesday, June 28, 7 p.m. Work In First Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. H. L. Wilson, W. M. PROMOTION and EXPANSION Have Cauiad This Cetmpany An Immediate Naad For Twd Man Age 21 to 35 -To Fill Present Vacancies Interview! Will Be Conducted Wedneiday, June 29th To select two men as our representatives in this area. Employment beginning immediately. All applicants must Have a neat appearance, good personality, have a car and be able to travel five days • week, home weekends. Previous selling experience unnecessary though helpful. Guaranteed salary of $105 per week plui bonus, begins with the first day of employment. No part time men need apply, For Personal Interview S.. MR. WALTERS 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday. June 29th Illinois State Employment Office 87 Henry St.. Alton, Illinois STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )Sf. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID R. JOHNSON, Vs. Plaintiff DOROTHY M. JOHNSON. Defendant CHANCERY NO. 60-C-330 To: DOROTHY M. JOHNSON., The requisite affidavit having LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN FOUND—Boat and motor. HO 2-4042 LOST—English setter male puppy. 3 months 'old:'black and white spotted. Reward. HO 2-0315 or HO 2-0055. LOST — Little girl's tooled leather purse on Washington avenue. Souvenirs Inside. Reward. CL 4-9109. Koenig, Mrs. Kathryn Wright andjl:3p p.m. from the Warner Fu- Mrs. Retha Cunningham all of White Hall. neral Home in Chesterfield. Interment will be in Gelder Ceme- Services will be conducted byjtery. I the Rev. A. T. Moore, at the! Friends may call after 4 p.m.! Alton, and Roland, Bethalto; a Mick, Eldorado; 18 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. His wife died in 1951, and several children also preceded him in death. The body was brought to Al! ton for funeral rites Wednesday Dawdy Funeral Home here at 2 ltoda y a * p.m. Tuesday. Interment will be in High Street Cemetery, southeast of White Hall. funeral home. LOST—Godfrey vicinity, male rat terrier; black with brown mark- Inks, short tail. Reward. Dial HO j8-3502._ _ LOSf^June~18T Child's" gold charm bracelet. Charms Includes map of South America. $10 reward. Call ,.,.-_ ...—-—- - - | auuin f\mci IL-W. gnu ICWCTIU. *-< N°' lc * ^L e & M «'V£» collect, Granite City, TR 6-2899. you. DOROTHY M. JOHNSON. De-j fendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison County. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, DAVID R. JOHNSON, against you. praying for divorce: that said suit Is numbered 60-C-330 In Chancery, and Is still pending. And that DOROTHY M. JOHNSON. Defendant is to be served by publication. LOST—In Milton area, black and white wire haired dog, female; has Missouri license tags. Answers to name of "Gypsy." Reward. HO 2-6406. LOST — German Shepherd. Black and tan No collar. Grease smear on left side of face. "King." Reward. 1232, Jerseyville. LOST—16 ft. Polarcraft aluminum Now therefore, unless you, DORO-j Peg & Stan's Rest.. Grafton^ THY M. JOHNSON, said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In II Mrs. Swann Thomas Kelly at 3 p.m. in Morrow-Quinn Mor- jtuary, to be conducted by the! iRev. Howard Todd Taylor, pas-j tor of Calvary Baptist Church, j H.oiwe' in the . . i Illinois, on or »«. v .^ „-.., _ -. > Burial will be in Upper Alton default may be estered against you, at any time after that date, and a .'BULK Decree entered in accordance with NOTICES BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP—Rt. MO. Speclllzlng ' ~ ' ._,.„. Tuesdays. Price and Larry Parks. Phone CL Cemetery. In ill health for the past two Friends may cal , at tne mor . CUT FLOWERS Final Arrangimints Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, SR. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton floral Phone HO «-4111 Kveninc* HO 64617 Frank Pierce Word was received here Sun- the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 24th day of June, A. D., 1960. EUGENE BERGHOFF, Clerk of the Circuit Pro Tern of Madison County, Illinois. years, Thomas Kelly, 77, aj tuary after 3 p . m . Tuesday, former resident of Alton, died! CARROLLTON - Mrs. EmmajSunday at 3:05 p.m. in Farrell Swann, 82, died here Sunday after- i Hospital, Eldorado. He had been noon at 1:45 in Boyd Memorial | a patient In the hospital for two Hospital where she had been for days. several weeks after suffering ai Mr - Kelly, a retired Owens- fractured hip in a fall. i Illinois employe, had resided in ! Born December 29, 1877 in Alton for 17 years before mov- ' i Greene County, she was married to in S *° Eldorado, two years ago.' the late John Swann January 15, He was born at Golconda, • . ".' ' 1896. She lived all her life in the; 86 ?*- 24, 1882, a son of the late ; ° r . ' STATE OF , LL , NO is > Carrollton area Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kelly. He Survive d b >' hls wlfe . Mlt " us. uanoi ton area. attended the Golconrl» srhnnl«i* : 'te« be "' Pierce, he was in fail- COUNTY OF MADISON > Survivors are: throe sons, Elkua auenaea ine "Oiconqa scnooisi .... , of Springfield; Raymond and John,and in 1900 was married to Bep-^« heallh tor sevefralo / earh8 ' both of Carrollton; three daugh-j 11 " Shaw - at Eldorado "" "'"'"'"" • — t viru:i_. _*-:J:, t^. *m_ jf the Pierce of Carlyle, at 9:10 p.m. MONDH1NK, MOSELE * WISEMAN. By: VICTOR J MOSELE PAPER PLATES —While cups, plastic forks and spoons, punch bowl rental; imprint napkins. BAXTER D1ST. CO. SS4 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 St. Joseph's Hospital . i Attorney* for Plaintiff ln 642 East Broadway. Alton. Illinois. FRED BORT WISHES TO ANNOUNCE he Is now working at BILL AND FRED'S BARBER SHOP (formerly BUI and Bob't Barber Shop). He will be happy to see his friends and customers at new location, across from Trotter Rambler In Wood River, corner Whltelaw and Edwardsvllle Road. ! FREE~DU~MPING — Everything ex- MEN 24 to 35 ROBERT HALL CLOTHES America's largest and fattest •rowing family clothing chain has a limited number of openings In Its STORE MANAGER , TRAINING PROGRAM For those qualified men who meet our requirements there will be liberal salary ar. rangement while In training and rapid advancement. Men chosen should be qualified to earn In approximately 2 years $7,500 and up Annually Our store managers enjoy a full range of exceptional executive benefits, Including pensions, group life insurance and stock purchase plans. For further details please visit MR. D. T. CLARK ROBERT HALL CLOTHES 2505 Godfrey Rd , Alton Interviews Tuesday NEEDED AT ONCE—5 MEN Due to promotions we have 5 jobs open. Must QUALIFIED, reliable, Deemed pr«c tlcat nurse; private duty; hospital home. Night duty preferred. CL 4-0903. RECE'PTIONIST — Experienced in modeling and meeting the public _WrHe Box _1090. care Telegraph. WANTED—washings" inT~Troninfi Called for and delivered. HO 2-OfM FINANCIAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNIIIBa FOR SALE — Coln-o-matlc Latin drlel In Mt. Olive. III. and Gllles- pie, III. Doing good business, con tact John Ferkttlch. 303 N. Broad St.. Carllnvltle. 4111. . . III. Phone UL 4 FOR LEASE—Major Oil Company service station. Excellent location Money maker, In Alton, Illinois For more Information call H( S-2I9». r FREE — Summer "Michigan Busl ness Guide." Motels, resorts, prof liable businesses, all kinds, Realtor Partridge and Associates, 1050 W Huron, Pontlac, Mich. SMALL TRAILER COURT FOR SALE — City sewer and water and Utility building. 13th and Edwards vllle Rd., Wood River. CL 4-4089. PERSONAL SERVICE It DRESSMAKING—TAILORING ALTERATIONS of all kinds. Dresses and skirts shortened. Experienced Rosalea Kaeser, 1212 Central, At ton. HO 2-3642. LADIES At CHILDREN'S dresses drapei, double hreasted suits made single. CL 4-3876. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING — Slip coven, drapes. HO Z-8B84. .11 LAUNDERING FAMILY IRONINGS—Men's bundles HO 5-5259. Reasonable. IRONINGS In my home. CL 4-8385. BUSINESS SERVICE :» BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS ATTENTION! Home owner*, ptac* your furnace cleaning order NOW Benefit from our economy rate. CL 4.9450 — Ct. 4-8717. FURNACE CARE CO. OF ILLINOIS BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP — Orlflln* bottiegas equipment and bottlei; also bulk Skelgai. JIM JONES HO 2-2785. CARPET Quality plus low price, SOI Nylon, all wool Wilton acrllan. Free ettl mates. Madlion County Carpet Co.. Route 4. Lou Juan Hills. Edwards vllle. III. ATlantlc 8-7371. CUNNINGHAM —Painting, Interior, exterior. Patch plastering. Small repairs. Reasonable prices. In sured. HO 2-5429. FOR YOUR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS — CALL AJAX HEATING & AIR CONDI TIONING. CL 9-2011, HO 5-2701. POWER LAWN MOWER REPAIRS All Makes. Guaranteed Work RenUtered Service Dealer Pick Up And Delivery MESTERS AUTO REPAIR 215 Niagara. East Alton Ph. CL 4 : 5im__ FURNACE CLEANING tilLLENWATER, HO 5-8308 HARRIS TREE SERVICE — Power spraying by state licensed operat or. Tree 5-8587. work. HO 2-0811. HO JOHNSTON'S mobile welding and cutting. Evenings and Saturdays. HO 2-3588. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED—617 Spring. LET'M E^HVuTlf"—i7iGHT r t RUCK ING. ODD JOBS. ROBERT GAS KILL. HO 2-1560, 13 BUILDING — CONTRACTING Alert Home Owner's Insist On LoMac HOME IMPROVEMENTS 5 vri. to pay—Free Estimates NO MONEY DOWN-CL 4-0731 ALL CARPENTRY" and painting. Interior und exterior. Phone HO 2-7419. BLOCK & CONCRETE WORK — Repair work. Free' estimates. Ph. HO 5-C132. BLOCk",~BRICK, stone, plaster, concrete. New construction. Remodeling. HO 2-9140. HO 5-42.81 for personal Interview.! _ a BOB WOODS — Cement contractor. Union work. Free estimates. HO 5-2938, HO 2-7832. and 5 p.m.. 18 HELV WAN-I ED —FEMALE EX PE R1E NCI 7 . D—Comptometer and Calculator operator, statistical typist, PBX, bookkeeper, stenographers GREATER AI.'ION EMPLOYMENT 303 commercial Bldg. 205 W. 3rd MIDDLEA'GE'D" LADY wanted for light housework. Stay on place. 800 Washington i CARPENTER WORK — Larg small. Free estimates. CL t or 1718. SALESWOMEN — .to - 65. Excellent earnings. Call AVON, HO 2-4278. WHIT F." LADY—Care for children Light housework Call after 6 p.m HO 5-7P46 I* HF.l.P WID-Male * Female June 27. July S. 11 °- W»mp of bv hls wlfe . cepl: tin cans and garbage. HO j OISHWASHKR and miscellaneous 2*6233. A^NT TO RENT MOVIE CAR TOONS for the children'! birthday kitchen help Must be experienced Day work Apply Wedge Cafe. tiOO E, Broudw;iv party? See Foster's for brand new iiwAN I l.i)—Store'manager for' estab- CARPENTER — R~oofTn« repair. block and concrete work: txper- _lenced._Fre» estimates. HO 3-4110. ~C~A R PENTER WOR~K — "Roofing. aiding, repairing, remodeling. No Jpb_too small. CL 4-8044. CARPENTER WORK—Roofing repair, remodeling, new aonotructlon. nicely furnfiMd quiet home. CL p.m. MODERN — line. One or two MQDBKN- totW private entrance. HO s'fupo, NICE ROOM Wltfl private entrance, by. HO 5-15W. 0OM—a bioefcg jrfow_.«BH!ia*B RIVW. Private CL SLEEPING ROOM - tfai «i»loVed 401 B. 3rd. SLEEPING ROOM . next to bath and phone. lete. HO 5-3774. SLEEPING' RooM8)-ta.«i^ eludes UM ' YMCA. 2 W. leal* fiotiitiet' BOOM AND »OAKD FOR MEN—Nice clean. Good meat*, doie-ia. Alton. nlshed l! Utilities light ho«gai««iajvwoms. furnished. HO a-iiaa. paid. HO 2-38M. 14M 3 ROOMS—Unfurnished. Light* and water furnished: 140 month. CL 4-0037. , 3 ROOMS—Bath, dinette,, all utilities. Ground floor. Private entrance. 66 E. Elm. HO 2-8W2 after 5 p.m. : ... 3 UNFURNISHED room*,' private bath-and entrance, newly decorat- eel Adults only. CL 4-42<a._ 3 ROOM unfurnlihed apt. Private uttlltl entrance At bath; all CL 4-2003. unties paid. 3 ROOM DUPLEX—Private bath * entrance. Water furnished, 145. CL 4-3303. 3 ROOMS *t BATH—MOdWtl. Heat furnished. Apply 309 Central. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. 2706 College. HO 2-50S3 for appointment. 3~~ROOM APT.—Seml-modern? Private bath. Reasonable rent. Adults. HO 5-6471.___ ;_ •. / 3~ROOM MODERN downstair* apt. Heat and water furnished. 185 mo. 308 Bluff. Alton. • -_j; 4~ROOM MODERN apt. Mlddletown. Heat and! water furnished. Inquire 921 Washington. pROOM MODERN — Ea«t Alton, near shopping center and 4 schools. 2 children. $45. CL 4-5993 or CL 4-8359. 4-ROOM BRICK DUPLEX — Utility room, carport. 185. Near Montleello Plaza. HO 6-3940. 4 ROOM unfurnished. All modern, close In. Nice for couple. HO 2-8884 I-ROOM APT. — 1st floor. Garage. MO _2-_[2_62. i ROOMS—301 Bond—$60 Bath Heat, water furnished. Adults. Apply Brlstow, 302 State.. 5 ROOM APT.—Upper Alto«. frl- vate entrance!. Mow utilities furnlshed: some furnlthlMS. Adulti only. Reference required. (110 no. HO 5-6939. 14.2% E. 4TH Close to Glass Works — Jutt decorated. 3 room 2nd floor unfurnished apt. Complete bath, hot end cold water furnished. Immediate possession. $40 month. . • HEMPHILL AGENCY Dial HO 5-3584—Evening! HO 2-1335 'OR" COLORED — 3 room modern second floor apartment. Unfurnished- Limit 2 children. Mlddletown on Harrison Street. HO 2-4463. FOUR LA'RGE ROOMS and b-th. OH heat, second floor apartment with separate front and rear entrances. $50 per month. Adults only. 129 E. luth St. HO 8-9026. APARtMENTS — Utilities fur- NICE 3-RM. Newly decorated, nlshed. HO 5-2274. Call us for free estimates. 4-9131. DU' COLLINS CABINET SHOP. Custom made cabinets. Work guaranteed. Fre-! estimates. Terry Drive, Alton. HO 5-1407. NICE 3 room apt. Private entrance and bath. Hot and cold water furnished. $50 month. 806 Center. East Alton. 111. CL 4-8JB55. . NORTH ALTON—3 room uafurnlih- ed apt. Phone HO 6-2712 after 6, NORTH ALTON—3 room apartment Rooms are very modern and large. Lots of closet space. Front and back entrance. Thli Is newly decorated and first class all the way Heat «c water furnished. Adults only. $80. Dl«l HO 2 0055 or HO 2-0315. . 2132 STATE — Small apartment, upstairs. <30. _Hg_5-59l8. UNFURNISHED APT. — 4 rooms and bath, refrigerator, stove, air conditioner. Heat and water furnished. J»0 mo. Adults only. Call HO 5-7066. WORDEN APTS. 1103 Washington 2-room efficiency. Range, refrigerator blinds, water furnished. Now available. 34 DECORATING FLOOR SANDING And Rcflnlshlng. For free estimates call E. wetsteln. HO VI934. 48 FURNISHED APARTMENTS ' 2"RObM~~FUR~NISHE~D APT. — Private bath and entrance. AH utilities paid. HO 5-8258. '.Other survivor, are f.ve daughters, Mrs. Irene Gier, Jerseyville; Mrg. Letha West, Cottage Hills; Mrs. Lela Meyer, Carrollton. While residing in Eldorado he affiliated with Wesley Chapel Methodist Church. OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS Tin tin bi|in invitting midntly—practically •firybity dm, Tvi fat tf thru ihanbtldiri bivi huomu uNir $7000 • ytar. Serving Alton Investors /or 28 Years NEWHARD, COOK y Co. Also surviving are 14 grand- i Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ida Stephenson, Eldorado, with whom he made his home; five ioni, Raymond, Ridgeway; OPPK3 » OPiM UTUIDAY ters, Mrs. Alvin Bitterburg, Carlyle; Mrs. K. O. Krump, Alton; Mrs. Charles Jones, Salem; Mrs. Carl Stone, Tomalco; Mrs. Hugo Koehler, Alton; and two «on«, Gerald Pierce, Carlyle; Eugene Pierce, Moro. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CESSIE MAE BROWN. ) Plaintiff Vs. L. B. BROWN. stock of Walt Dlsn«y's cartoons Poster's Drug Siorr "Alton's Camtra Headquarters." 230 B Broadway. HO 0-3886 llshed ladieb and children's t pe-! Panhey. CL 4-UOU8, INTERIOR and oxlerior paintlns. 2 LARGE furnished rooms. College 29 years' experience. Joseph i avenue. Private bath and entrance. We are pleased to announce the opening of an office to better terve the Alton area* EDWARD D. JONES & CO. ltemk*ri. NfV Y«i* Mack Oehtage Metropolitan Bulldlaf 307 Henry St. Alton, 111, Telephone HOward 54015 JOHN J. MALONEY Defendant CHANCERY NO 60-C-33I JTo L. B. BROWN. The requisite affidavit having been filed. Notice is hereby given i vou L B. BROWN. Defendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Madison County i Illinois by the said Plaintiff CESSIE MAE BROWN against vou praying for divorce that said suit is numbered 60-C-33I In Chancery. ; and is Mill pending And that L. B. BROWN Defendant. It to be served by publication i ! Now therefore unless you L B BROWN, said Defendant file your Answer to (be CompUInt or other- wit* appear in said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County nilnols. held In the Court House In the City of Edwardtvllle. Illinois, oa or before July CT IM4. default may, be entered tgalnst you at any tfme' after that d»fe tad a Decree entered In accordance with tbe prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 24th day of June. A D IMG. EUGENE BERGHOFF Clerk of the' Circuit Pro Ttm of Madison County, Illinois. MONDHINK, MOSELfc * WISEMAN. By: HARRY R MONDHINK Attorney* (or Plaintiff «*2 Edit Bro4dwuy. Alton, illiaoi*. 27. Julys, I) WEDDING RECEPTION—Bridal & stork shower, plates, cups, table covar favors, all in matching design. Crystal punch bowl Ac cups, candle holders, table center pieces, for rental party service, free with your purchase at Plaza Party Shop. Plaza Shopping Center. HO 5-8443 IIA RIDERS tlulty shop in Allan Attractive salary Parly with experience preferred Please reply slating qualifications and background. All replies held confidential. Write Box 1080, care Telegraph, i AJI utilities paid. HO 2-9808, INTKRIOR-EXTIDRIOR decorating. 12 ROOM — Furnished apartment. Patch plastering, removing wall paper. No job too small. HO 27083. INTERIOR, exterior painting, decorating Wallpaper removed, free estimates. HO 2-3141, HO 2-0871. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" i PAINTING—inside and" out Small g> * * * « * l jobs solicited. Dial CL 4-6486. Apply 632 East 3th or call HO 28817. 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Close In, Wood River. All utUltltl furnished. S8 week. HO 2-MTT. 2-ROOM MODERN — Private, electric, hot and cold water furnished. $10 week. HO 3-1437. FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL RIDERS—To Si Louis from Wood River East Alton. CL 4-5300 or CL 4-8784. TO PLACE YOUR AO DIAL HO 5-664! FINANCIAL AUTOMOBILE LOANS Ntw «y Uttd C«r* REASONABLE BANK RATES Loan Vacation Cash i to go NOW*; ...PAY LATER '25 to '800 ii^^a. S Yei, \ou can takr \ uur vacatiuri ' 11 now and pay for it later. (Jet the J I money here for expenses, wheth-1 I er you're going away or staying J I ... whether for travel, auto, or i : I clothes—or to paint, repair, and ! <! fix un arniinH ihc iil^.c ! TbM RgtU* I j fix up around the place. i { Vou'll get quick service on semi- { I ble plans. Come in, phone or I J write foriuunediatr information. { . I UTOM ;»lMI«ttrMt I IM WOOD V 1 1 421 HQ*Vt J 5551 ! etJil*B 4-432; etlnUn 4 3M4 What about celebrating Uncle Sam'i birthday with an axtra Savingf Bond-plus the resolve to buy regularly and hold on to them! It's tht lure way insure your own personal independence. FINANCE

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