Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 22
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH LD. Noble Lawrence t). Nohlc. of 638 Grove SI.. Wood River, a woll known musician and e former Jong time employe ol Standard Oil Co., was pronounced dead on arrival at Wood River Township Hospital at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday. He was 73. Mr. Noble's sen-ice? with Standard Oil Co dated from Aug. 7. 1918. After working in the labor depart men! for a short time he was transferred to the pipe department where he remained until retirement In 1952. While in the pipe department, he was in charge of steam trap inspection. In 1948 ( Mr. Noble was presented a gold emblem for an outstanding continuous sen-ice record. After his retirement Mr. Noble had continued working as a piano technician. He was a member of Musicians' Local 282. He had played in the Standard Oil band at the Wood River refinery and in the old Temple Theater orchestra in Alton. He was temporary director for the Standard Oil band during its first year, and had served as secretary of the Alton Musicians' Association for 12 years. A native of Grafton, he was born on April 19. 1887. On Sept. 9, 1917, he was married to the former Miss Stella Nelson in Edwardsville. Prior to moving to Wood River two years ago, he had resided at Jerseyville, Alton and more recently in Newport Ritchie. Fla. He is survived, in addition to his wife, Stella, by one daughter, Mrs. John B. Harris of Alton, one grandson, and one sister. Miss May Noble of Jerseyville. Funeral rites for Mr. Noble will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, with the Rev. Edwin Grant, pastor of First Meth- until Alton p.m. ter. 3 T I e 8 'rs. A. Greding n=. Anna Jumps Grodfng, •stcr of E. C. James of 2512 ~~\\n SI. and of Mrs. Susan ting. 202 Henry, died at 9:20 today in Dallas, Tex. daughter of the late Dr. Mrs. Edward Clark James. ler well-known Altonians, Greding was born in Alton . 21. 1873: She resided here I after her marriage to •in Greding. also a former nian. ie body will be brought to n for interment In Upper n Cemetery Friday at 2:30 rs. Greding is survived by sons, Edward and Robert )allas: three grandchildren. her Alton brother and sis- Mr*. Vatirlergriffs Rite* Held Today B. H. Williams of 201 E. Air- llnf Dr., East Alton, accompanied by his son, Norman, and son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. John Skundrich, of East Alton, attended funeral rites this afternoon at Bismarck. Mo., for Mr. Willlnnis sister, Mrs. Ruby Vandergriff. Services were held at 2 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Bisma irk. Mrs. Vandergriff died Sunday in a hospital at Bonne Terre, Mo. .. ,„ „ . . LONDON CKNSOn* WANT JAVNE TONED DOWN Jayne Mansfield's charms are being disguised for a night club scene in the film "Too Hot in Handle." London reports. Two sequins, it seems, were not suf- Mrs. M. Brensing Mrs. Minnie Brensing, 83, a native and former resident of Edwardsville, died Tuesday ot Shedee. Okla.. according to word received by area brothers. She was the widow of Henry Brensing. Funeral rites Friday at 4 p.m. at Shedee will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poos and daughter. Doris, and Henry Poos of Edwardsville. Edward and Henry Poos are brothers of Mrs. Brensing. so I lake has been treated to mini-| mize the curves. There are now! 1hree versions of the scene: one; | for the English, one for thej | Americans, and one for those j "hot-blooded Latins." News of Grains Wheat Firm, Beans Recover CHICAGO (API — Wheat was |the only firm futures commodity I on the Board of Trade in the early afternoon today but soybeans had recovered most of their steep setbacks in earlier dealings. A good volume of pending export business was the firming factor in the wheat pit. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 120 cars, corn 162, oats 10. rye none, barley 3, soybeans 11. CHICAGO (AP> — No wheat, corn, oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 8.80b-8.87«/ a a. Barley: malting choice 1.15- Wheat High Low Clone Prev. clone 1.83% 1.82% 1.82^ 1.82 B « 1.86 1.85% 1.85% 1.85% 1.92 1.91% 1.91% 1.91% Mich., and a sister. Mrs. Albert ; Olson. Los Angeles, Calif. and| 10 grandchildren. i Funeral rites will be conduct-i pd Friday at 1 p.m. in St. John's; United Church of Christ. Wood' River, by the Rev. E. Eugene] Smith. Burial will be at Sum-; merfield. • ; The body is at Mark's Mortu-, ary. Wood River, where friends j j may call after 6 p.m. today and j REMOVE OFFENDING SIGN Workmen for the U. 8. District Engineer office take down one of two signs at the Missouri end of Alton dam. Fishermen objected. Col. Russell Wilson, deputy district engineer, said he had not known the signs were put up.—Staff photo. Surviving, in addition to her until 10:30 a.m. Friday whenj odist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends may call at the mortuary after 6 p.m. today. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" brothers, Edward and Henry, are two other brothers, Fred and William, both of Edwardsville, and two sisters, Mrs. Dena Bonn, Alton, and Miss Malinda Poos, Edwardsville, and five children. Warren Kopf .Word was received today by Alton friends of the death of Warren Kopf, of Cleveland. Ohio, a former resident of AJ•on. and former employe of Shell Oil Co. Mr. Kopf, a chemist, who was employed by an oil company at Cleveland, was fatally injured in an accident at work, according the body will be taken to thei church. i Miss J. Meehan News of Slocks Market Retreats, Trading Quiet {' NEW YORK (AP) - The stock | market retreated in quiet trading ilate this afternoon as caution 12 Selfrtetl Stork* Jly Sep Dec Mar May Corn ;J]y |Sep !Dec I Mar (May ! Oats | Jly | l>r I Mar iMay Rye Jly 1.96% 1.96U 1-96% 1.98% 1.96% 1.96 1.96 1.95% 1.18% 1.17% 1.17% 1.18 1.16% 1.16 a 4 1.16% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% 1.12% l.lfi'-i 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% .70% .69?4 .70 .70% .69-'i .69% .70 .70% .74% .74% .74% .741/2 .73% .73% .73% .7314 1.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.16% MIDSTREAM FVELER The towboat, Ory B, and the barge Sinclair Midstream Fueler No, 1, In the Mississippi River near Wood River, en route to fuel and provision a tow. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1%0 BIT SCHOOL wasfKft Jacqueline Garret, an 11-year- old school girl who attends the Imberhorne County Secondary School in East Grinstead, England, was recently fined two pennies by the prefect for putting her school case dn the cloakroom floor instead of (hanging it on a peg. The prefect took the case and refused to return it until the fine was paid- Jacqueline's parents have complained to the East Sussex Education Committee. will sell for around $2.50, an "original" volume for $25, and a limited deluxe edition autographed for her friends at $4$50. The book Is concerned with ancestors of the 70-year-old princess and will be followed by one dealing with her own life. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. MATINEES DAILY 12:45 TODAY! LAST TIME Following are today's 1:30'Sep p.m. quotations on 12 New York Miss Julia Veronica (Jewel) (spread along Wall Street in the Slock 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 Mar 1.18 5 8 1.18 1.22'a .1.18 1.24Mi 1.22 1.18 1.18 1.22 1.18M. 1.18V 2 MOST JUNOll rtcruii rvit MAOII OP TNI CONGO JuMrjic * »Mi i * • — _ __ At 3:55 6:45 9:40 May 1.25 1.24V4 1.24% 1.25% Soybeans Jly 2.13% 2.12% 2.m 2.14% Sep 2.13% 2.12% 2.12% 2.13'/ z Nov 2.11% 2.10% 2.11% 2.12 HOMECOMING Sponsored by WOOD RIVER MOOSE Junction 111 and 159 Wood River, III. On tbe Moot* Grounds to word received here. His wife is the former Kathryn Bruer, a home economist, who formerly was employed by Union Electric Co., in Alton, and who had been in charge ot cooking schools while employed here. The couple resided at 960 Union St. following their marriage. They were parents of four children. They ! thony's Hospital. She had beeni ill since February and a pa-j tient in the hospital since June 2. Until shortly before entering the hospital she had been able to be up and about the house for several hours each day. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John C. Meehan, she was born in Alton Aug. 1, 1900, a member of an old and well- frjecTto known family. Miss Meehan was a life-long moved, several years BIG MONARCH SHOW RIDES ago, from Alton to Iowa where Mr. Kopf was in business for himself, and later when he became affiliated with the Cleveland oil company they moved to Cleveland. Their home there was at 6836 Reid Dr. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at Cleveland after which the body will be taken to Muscatine, Iowa, for burial Friday. Mrs. E. Monken In ill health and hospitalized for the past'five months, Mrs. Elsie Monken, 409 Penning Ave., Wood River, died at 1 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was the widow of Oscar Monken. . The former Elsie Reinhardt. she was born July 28, 1892, at Summerville, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Rein hardt. She was married in 1910 at i Summerfield, to Oscar Monken, where they resided until 43 years ago when they moved to Wood River. Mrs. Monken was a member I of St. John's United Church of ! Christ, Wood River, and had been active in a number of or- iganizations. She was a member of Royal Neighbors Lodge, Pythian Sisters, the Rebekah Lodge, and belonged to the Past Oracles Club. . Surviving are four sons Har-j old. Highland, Ind.; Sherman.! Alhambra; Del mar, Roxana, | and Warren, Wood River; a bro! tlier. Harold Reinhardt, Detroit.; ic uncertainties. Volume for the dav was estimated at 2,700,000 shares compared with 2,860.000 Tuesday. Brokers could find little optimistic business news to boost prices. Even when they did, little reaction was apparent. The fractional range prevailed York Exchange closes daily at I Jan 2.15% 2.14% 2.15% 2.15% 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), .so these Mar 2.18% 2.17% 2.18% 2.18% are not the closing quotations): AT&T S9 7 s, Gen. Motors 43 J ,i. Granite City Steel 35, Olin Math. Chem. 41 %. Owens-Ill. 106. Shell Oil 33%. Sinclair 38 a4 , Socony 37%, Standard (Ind.) 37, Stand- prd (NJ) 40%, U.S. Steel 81%, Sears 54%. CATHOLIC LAWYERS TOLD TO SKIP DIVORCE CASES Catholic lawyers in Tasmania ior the great majority of issues, !have been ^ecied to avojd di .. with minuses once again pushing VQrce cages Hoba)t reporls As ahead of plusses. The market bad| a resu]t of the instructions of tried to move up around noon af-| the Archbisnop ot - H obart. who ter a weak opening, but soon| based his m]ing on the Catholic trailed off again. , member of SS. Peter & Paul's j Even the defense-related issues! Parish and belonged to the church Altar Sodality and to St. Anthony's Hospital Auxiliary. She is survived by a sister, Helen, who resided with her at the Summit street home, and three brothers, Thomas and William J., Alton, and John L., Wood River, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 9 a.m. in SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after 11 a.m. Thursday and until time of the funeral. The Rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. N. Tucker Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. at Mounds, 111., for Mrs. Nora Bell Tucker, 47, wife of James L. Tucker of 600 Fifth St., East Alton. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Arlington, Ky. Mrs. Tucker, a resident of East Alton for the past five years, died Tuesday in St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis. Mrs. Tucker was born Feb. 11, 1913, in Georgia. In addition to her husband she is survived by three sons, Herman E., and Harold R. Bos- siter of Kansas City, Mo., and William E., of Artesia, N.M., children of a former marriage and throe sisters and two brothers. The body is at a Mounds Funeral Home. which might expect to gain from an increase in defense spending were lower than earlier. United Aircraft held a gain of better than a point, but Thiokol and Boeing pared their gains. Steels weakened after a strong early performance and only Bethlehem clung to the upside. Motors [church's opposition to divorce, many lawyers on the island are refusing to handle divorce cases. The direction does not apply to judges in hearing cases. were mixed and early strength in airlines was cut back. U. S. government bonds advanced. Corporate prices firmed. Bring the whole family out to the Annual Festival OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE CHURCH Bethalto. Illinois JULY 15-16-17 FRI: FISH DINNER All you can eat $ I 00 Serving starts 5 p.m. CHICKEN & HAM PLATES. Serving $135 starts at 12 noon.... CHICKEN & HAM DINNERS. Serving $ I SO Free Wrestling all 3 evenings—TV Artists. Plenty of Refreshments— Games—Rides POLICE SEEK LONGER LASTING PAXTS CREASE A trouser crease that lasts longer is being sought by the 3,300- strong West Riding, England, police force. Sir Harry Hardy, a textile expert, explains: "In the present uniform the crease vanishes too quickly. So we are going to try methods which we hope will give a permanent crease." The men will answer a questionnaire giving their opinions. WOMEN DOCTORS IN BIG MAJORITY IN RUSSIA Women doctors outnumber their male counterparts by three to one in the Soviet Union. Moscow reports. Other figures released by PRWCK88 PLANS DELUXE EDITION OF MEMOIRS Rumanian Princess Marthe B1- besco, widow of Napoleon's grandson, is publishing the first volume (AP)—(USDA)—Hogs 7,300; hulkj of her memoirs in three editions, U.S. No. 1-2 190-230 Ih harrows j Paris reports. A popular edition and gilts 18.00-25, largely 18.10 down; mixed grade No. i-3 and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.50-18.00; few No. 2-3 1240-280 Ib 16.75-17.75: No 1 . 1-3 240 Ib to 17.85; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 16.25-17.25; 120-140 tb 13.75- lfi.00; No. 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 14.75-10.00; sows over 400 Ib 13.5014.75; boars over 250 Ib 11.00-25; lighter weights mostly VJ.M. few to 12 25. Cattle 2,300. calves 400; good and choice slaughter steers and heifers 23.50-25.50; choice yearling steers 26.00-35; medium and good fef?der steers 21.50-24.75; utility and commercial cows 15.50-1700, few to 17.50; canner and cutter cows 13.00-15.50; utility and commercial bulls 18.00 - 20.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-27.00. few to 28.00: standard and good 20.0024.00; good and choice 250-500 Ib slaughter calves 21.00-25.00. Sheep 600; good and choice spring lambs 18.00-21.00: choice and prime 21.00 - 50; utility and j good 14.50-17.50; cull and utility! 10.00-14.00. the Central Statistics Board from the 1959 Russian census shows that there are also more women professors than men. There has been a steady increase in the number of women employed in construction work, f a c t o r i es, banks, stores and schools. j DRAPERIES MONTIOELLO COLOR CENTER Montlcnllo Plum Godfrey OPEN 7:30 — START DUSK FINAL SHOWING TONITE Doris Rock Day Hudson "PILLOW TALK" Tony Janet Curtis LelRh "PERFECT FURLOUGH" All Color and Cinemascope Starts • «^ See to Enjoy THURS. O FILM HITS HE LI,? REHH ANDES SUSAN IM MANY RIVERS TO CROSS YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT D R I V t I N ^ 1 H I A I K f '*' t HOUTI140. COUWi AVI. • ALTON, HUNOtfi Box Office Open* at 7:00, STARTS TONIGHT FOR ONE WEEK OUT FLOWERS Floral Arnnpmtnts Member Ploriit'i Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WUX1S, Stt. USO WILLIS, JB. Alton Floral Pboiw HO 8-4111 Evening* HO 8-8617 ITCHING Torture Stopped like Magic • H*rtT» btetied relief (rum torture* i ot vaginal Itch, recta) Itch clmflug ' rmri aud eczema wliri an aiaminu new scientific formula called I.ANA CANE This fan-acting &uilnle»s medicated cremc- kill* hormlul buc- terlu germ* while It soothe* raw. Irritated and Inflamed skin titnue Check* scratching—tc speeds deal ing Don't kui'ler unothei minute. Get large tue LANACANE today & tave THE EN MOST WO 'ERTAINMENT WOR NDERFUL ENTERTAINM l~»Sce*>e I Open Dally 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults SOc Kiddies 25c FAMILY NIGHTS Today and Thursday AH Seat* 25c. Matinee Every Wednesday. Let the Uptown be Vour Baby Sitter tat a few hours. TODAY AND THURS, m GLORIOUS COLOR Tbura. at 7:33 Today at 4:38 7:58 — Plus — DONALD O'CONNOR — In — ORANP ' ///// TWELVE— m HOURS TO OEM 2:30 5:20 8:20 STARTS THURSDAY Adult* 85c Children 35o HIGH ADVENTURE ON THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI! Mark Twain's rocmntic rogues come to thrilling IK* on the bi£ ClntmaScopi sown! AMETRO-60LDWYN-MAYER Hi METROCOLOR tmf CINEMASCGPf TONY RANDALL PATTY McCORMACK NEVILLE BRAND AndyDEVII NefKEAION RNLAY CURRIE • STERLING HOLLOWAY ARCHIE MOORE •r* 0m lUriAf EDDIE HODGES Shown 1:10 3:15 5:15 7:10 9:10 EXTRA! COLOR CARTOON OPEN TONITE 6:00 STARTS 6:30 PRINCES fUH IUUHIHI HELD OVER! 2nd SMASH WEEK Thurs. at 9:08 Today at 6:08 8:87 5th Chapter of "Zorro's Fighting Legion" BEL-AIR D f-i I V t IN OPEN 7:00 START DUSK STARTS TONITE - 2 BIG HITS! THE SCREEN EXPLODES INTO A BLAZING BATTLE OF THRILLS! They Turned tho Enemy Baek When Danger NOW For the First Time at POPULAR PRICESI AdniiMioii xtiu timugfim-iu oui>—Atiuiu DOC CHILDREN ADMITTED FttKB FRFF PI AVfSBftilleif! *'«•» Truck, Uve Ponton. Mt>w-Go-RouaA r flbb rl»ft I UHUUHIF Auto wid Train Hide«, Swimja ««<1 «We». JAMEBSTEvWir. 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