Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 25
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14,1960 Obituaries fit* \S/ A Ortli ttfiL- l" 11 ^ mp landholders turned over |/I» fT»/»»I\OHHCCK mo.OOO worth of bonds for the Uiock that was bearing good Infer William A. Rohacek, re-jicreM all of the time, tired osteopath, who had prne- In this way Dr. Rohscek's tired in Alton for .T? years, I plan reduced the church debt by died Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., vn.OOO. In M.ifhrr Nursing Home fit the i^ rr n, Rohacek an d his npe '>f Sii. ujir became members of First His home- and office was at pirshvterian Church where Mrs, iwri Washineton Ave , where- b" had resided since coming (o Alton in 1P23 Ki.harek had been active In •i>mrn's organizations. Pr. Rohacek'K only survivors a son. Keith, Fieldon; five sisters, Mrs. Charles Brown. Kane; Mrs. Charles Cummings and Mrs. Clar- rncr Cummings. Eldred: Mrs. Howard Springman and Mrs. Emil SiToggins, Fieldon; a granddaughter, and three great-grandchildren. The body Is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where rites will be conducted Saturday at 2:30 p.m. by Uie Rev. Leonard Todd, pastor of "Evangelical & Reformed Church, Alton. Burial will be In Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerscyville. son, Henry, with whom she made her home, are hvo other sons. Arnold, New Haven, Conn., and AKin. Pittsburgh, Pa.. two daughters. Mrs. Marie Fos-i ter. Hollywood. Fla., and Missj Nell Renken. East Alton. j Mrs. Renken w-as a life-long member of Z i o n Lutheran Church. Hethalto. anfl funeral ritrs Sunday at 2 p.m. will be conducted in Hie church. The body is at Smith Funeral Hume. Bethalto, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday and until 11:30 a.m. Sunday verne Justice. Burial will be in Wbife Hall Cemetery. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Hr bad been in falling l)ealth' tllf ,„„ nieces. Mrs Orville S Klkla . v at (S I" 11 Ht thr funeral'• , hc .- Masonic rites will br conducted j whpn , hp hody w| ,, ,, e taken t() f.M tuo years Two months ago;,-.,,, o( ..\lton. and Miss Mary jhoine. h" condition worsened and he nr.hacrk. Si. Louis, and three' Friends may visit thr funeral entered Alton Memorial Hos- ; ,„,,,)„,„ s Harry Rohacek of St. p.tal and after two weeks there, i , m j s am ] Oscar and Julius he wa« moved to the nursing Koent/. Trenton, home where he had been a pa- p r Kdgar J. Vance, pastor tient lor six weeks. ,, t p-j rs( Presbyterian Church, Pr Rohacek was born at < u j,, f . on ,),irt funeral rites Fri- Kane. Aug. 4. 1874. a. son of ,|. v i)( 10:30 a.m. in Gent Chap- the late Mr. and Mrs. John rl Entombment will bo in Rohncek. He attended the Jer- , ;,. an dview Mausoleum, Alton seyville schools and was vale- ,(v mc i er y. dietorian of his Jerseyville High Friends may call at the chap- home after 7:30 p.m. today. Mrs. M. Renken Mrs.GraceNortli Mrs. C. Godar JERSEYVTLLE-Mrs. Ctfrti (Joclar. 80, wife of Louis Godar, died Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. in the Greenlawn Nursing Home, where she had been a patient for several years. Born on .Tune 9, 1880 in Washington County, she was a daugh- Mrs, Anna Greditig's Hitec Set Friday Graveside rites for Mrs. Anna James Greding of Dallas, Tex., a sister of Mrs. Susan Hartlng, and E. C. James, Alton, will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m. In Upper Alton Cemetery by the Rev. J, M. Goodheart, pastor of United Congregational Church, Byron, 111. The Rev. Goodheart is the son of Mrs. James. Upon arrival of tlie body in Al ton Friday ft will be taken toj Smith Funeral Home and from then will be moved to the cetne-' tery. School class Following his graduation from high school he attended Kirks- vllle College of Osteopathy and Surgery at Kirksville, Mo. He was graduated from the college in 1003 in the same cl.'iss with the former Eugenia Armstrong ol Mississippi, who later Kohacek. who gave up her pro-i, fessional career riagc. died in 1931. •1 after 7 p.m. today. 11. P. Gil lei and JERSEYVILLE — Emit Paul "" <* of Fieldon died at 3 Mb p.m. ,n Jer- hecHme bis wife. Mrs. sr - v ^ommuniry Hospital. ,ve up her pro-! A son of the latc Mr - alld Mrs after her mar-i Thomas Gilleland, he was born :Aug. 2G. 1891. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Pr. RoliHcek rendered a great service in College Avenue Pies- Brrlhn Oillplmid: a daughter. Mrs. byterian Church which he was Hussell L. Kirchner, Springfield: attending during the period of the depression when the debt on the recently constructed; church had become a heavy, j[ burden on the church members. It was Pr. Rohacek's plan 1 ;? that gave relief to the church|/ people and resulted in considerable reduction of the church J debt. i!j He evolved a plan whereby the church could borrow $20,000 which he used in buying S40.000 worth of stock in the then Western Cartridge Co. The stock at that time was at fl low market value of 50 per cent of face value. The proposal was made to bondholders of the church that they e.xchange their bonds for the Western Cartridge Co. stock WM 72 . Mis. Mary Henrietta Renken,| HH ,, Hospital where 81, a life-long resident of Beth-i )3oen . alto, died at d a.m. today at the home of a son, Henry, following 'several years of failing health. Her condition had been serious the past hvo months. A daughter of the late Mr. anri Mrs. John Albers, she was born Nov. 7, 1878. in Bethalto, and was married Pec. 20, 1899, to Herman Renken, in Ft. Russell Township. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Witte. She is survived. In addition to her husband, Louis, by one %< .. ., , i brother, Fred Wltte, and one sis-i 'Mr?. Mary Median S WHITE'HALL — Mrs. Grace; ter, Mrs. Edward Heinrichmey- . Elizabeth North, wife of Georgejer. both of New Linden. ' Kites HPIfl Today North, died Wednesday in White Friends may call at the JB-, Peter * Paul's Church for Mrs. Mary Meehan. wife of Thomas P. Meehan. Father Meehllng also officiated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph and John Brady, Paul Schmidt, William Meehan, Eugene Tracy and Meade Shirack. Mr?. Lou Rhodes' Rite.* Set Friday CARROLLTON — Funeral ritps for Mrs. Ix>u Brannan Rhodes, who died Tuasday at Minrni Motorist Fined On Two Charges costs in the court of Police Magistrate Fred J. Schreihet. Coffee Is chief crop And export of tiny El Salvador, Central Carol I^on Hendrix, 22. of i American republic which lies 1724 Bosza St., -vas booked atjcompletely an the Pacific side. Alton Police headquarters Wed-! nesday charged with speeding i and driving while intoxicated. Hendrix was fined $85 and Beach, Fla., will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. John Finian Burinl will be in .Eldred Cemetery. Friends may call at the funenil home after 7 p.m. today. had since May 29. She roby Bros. Funeral Home after: will bei | conducted In the funeral home A life-long resident of the at 2 p.m. Friday. The Rev. Rev. Father Donald Meeh- was celebrant of a Requiem White Hall area, she was Iwrn Sept. 19, 1887, in White Hall Township, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Tankersley. She was married in November of 1919 to George North. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Marion Bose of Wayne City: two i brothers. Kirbv of White Hall Mr. Renken died March 28.,and Bert of Roodhouse: three 1944. She also was preceded in j grandchildren, and four great- death by seven brothers, a sis- grandchildren, ter and four sons, Wilbur, Leon- Funeral rites will be conduct- Albert Schroeder will officiate. Burial will Ire in Oak Grove Cemetery. ard, Norman and Nelson. led Friday at 2 p.m. in the Pres- Surviving in addition to her byterian Church by the Rev. La- TRFAT BKTHALTO Mary Henrietta Renken 2:00 P.M. Sunday Zlon Lutheran Church Bethalto ALTON John William Brannon Arrangements Pending WILLIAM ROHACEK Services 10:30 A.M. Friday in the Chapel, Rev. E. J. Vance officiating. Burial in the Grandview Mausoleum. In state at the chapel after 7:00 P.M. Funeral Home Friday, and Saturday Features Chucoluto Tousled Coconut Cuke $1.25 A delicious chocolute cake topped with a tasty toasted (.oconut chocolate crunch. Ironi which It gets Its name ... A doubly rich Icing makes It taste like a confection. . . . 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