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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 29, 19tiO ——— ' ' •"•"- ' T " O f • m • ha« bituanes h W. H. Rushton had been visiting a daughter, Mrs. David P. Smith. The liody has been returned ._. . , . . ... 1.1 to Sparta, where shr had rcsid- ton Thr body svns taken to Mehl, . „ , . .„ . . , Funeral Home in Carroll.on. ! ^ "» °f hpr life ' for funerfll Thr Rev. Harry Frailer, pastor' nfps Snndny ' North Alton News Walter Harvrl Ru*ht»n 47. rf.nf .Irrscyvillo Assembly of G«x) Mrs Harris sv fls born April 6. 312 Rrwans St.. Smith Roxann. : Chinch, ssill officiate at funeral' 1H8H - at -^Pnrta. died unexpectedly Thursday nf rites SaturdH.s at 2 p.m. in Mrhl fln apparent hoart ailment Ho'Funeral Home Burial will br in hrramr ill durinp his lunch' Oirrollton City Cemetcrs Friends hmir at Shell Oil Co.. \sherp hf-may visit the funeral home after was omp!o\ed a? an operator. 7 p.m. today, and was broneht by ambulance ^^ t-i I • I t» 1 . Edith Holt G. W. Campbell to Alton Memorial Hospit.il where he \vns pronounced dcnd on arrival at 1:11 p.m. He had resided in the area f<r- the pa«t 2fi years and had been - Mrs. Edith 79.. died at 9 a.m. todav in Jersevville Com- BKTMANV BAPTMTS HAVE ANNIVfcRSARV ! Members of Brthany Baptist i Church will celebrate their 5th annis'ersary with an all day meet- JKRSF.YVTLLE — George inR Sunday, the Rev. R. R. Tip- Washington Campbell. 83. form- ton said today. Thp church is PI- long-time cashier of the StatP located at 4712 Alby Street Road. Bank here, died Thursday of in- Q 0f jf|. ev 'TioTof the late Mr. and Mrs. Sunrtay S( ' ho( " vvi " M " rt at 9:3 ° Joseph Campbell, he was born » ™ Morning worship will begin News of Area Men and Women In Service Griff in jyA Together for Third Time GOLFING NOTES 2ri years. He was a thc Operating Engineers LOCR!.! A native of Kentucky, he wa« March 18. 1877. Surviving are at 10:30 with the Rev. Peter brother. Knezha. American Latvian Gos- was the daughter of the late Eu- emplovpd at thp oil rpfinory foi ,,.,,. ,_ u j 1 • , fiinunity Hospital, where she had tnpmncr 01 ; . pa tjent for two weeks. She' ljames> am * a sister. Mrs. Letta pp] Preacher, speaking on his ' Edwards. Jerseyville. experiences tinder communism Funeral rites svill bp conduct- in his native country. Russel ed Sunday at 3 p.m. in Gubser Wade will be in charge of the Funeral Home. Burial will he in music for thp occasion. Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends Sam Hatcher, church historian,; may call at the funeral home. , w ill give a brief history of the: _ ~ - church during the morning serv-i • I Inntm ice - Gal '- v pru|tt fmm south ROX• \j» juiiiic; anH wj|| sjng (hp solo for the service. A basket dinner will be served born Sept. ' 18. 1912. 'in Obine Rcnp S ^Reynolds *nd Mary County. His parents werp thf (0( ' kl-rl1 lute Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rush- She is survived by several cons- ton, ins- He had resided at thp South The liody is at the Jacoby Bros. Roxana home for the past 18 ; Funeral Home, where friends may years and previous to thai ha-lieall after 7 p.m. Saturday. Rites boon in Hartford for >eight will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sun- spars. : cla> in the funeral home, followed Surviving are nis s\ioosv, *np . former Bessie Lesvis. to svhom tery. he svas married April 10. 1937. in Wood Riser: a daughter. Mary, svho is at home: a so:i Gilbert, ss-ho is in military service stationed at Ft. Campbell. Ky.. and three brothers. Hardy. Hartford: Archie. Fulton. Ky , and Bonnie. Wood River. Two-Ball fonfMtm A two-ball, mixed foursome will! he j d / L £™* V * n S « nda >[; t M ° rc tha " J 8 ' c "' antR , v ^ .">«% « nd lee ltimeis slated for 2:3 ° P' m ' Funeral rites for Ralph O. F. I. Jenkins Fred Ivy Jenkins. 6^. of 85 E. Lorena Avp.. Wood River, died : master, and former Madison County deputy sheiiff. will be Rev. John Wardel. pastor of.Cahoon. 242 S. Ninth. Wood Riv- conducted Sa.urdav at 1:30 p. *"^™ B " P ™ ..^'if " earpl - is ™ Mn * six vvpeks of . , , _, • , ,, f Jerseyville will deliver the after- training at mm Lahey Funeral Home. noo|) mesfiage a , 2:30 p m The Om «M Training isiamson. regular Sunday night service svill oim p at Fort I Two former companions will he! i working together for the third] ;time svhen Alton Director of Pub-, ilic Works Tom Griffin and the inpsv St. l^ouis District Army En-j ! gineer head, Col. Alfred D'Arez- 7.0 meet again. ; D'Are/zo has just been as- j signed to the St. Louis district. Griffin and D'Are^.zo first met on Balaan during the infamous J° p Walters and Mrs. Richard • "Death March" during World Worcester: Denny Foster and Mrs. 'War II. They svere in prisons to- Robert Hoefert; Glennon Jack- gether in thp Philippines, and son and Mrs. Richard Hudson; later in Japan. 'Mont E. Bodine and Mrs. William They were both released from Walter; Bob Jourdain and Mrs. !Roku'Roshi prison camp In June John Hoefert: Ted Walker and i of 1945, and ss ere in Walter Reed i M'' s Dnlp VVickenhauser; Bill I Hospital together. McGinnis and Mrs. Ken Wicken- i D'Arezzo and Griffin met again Causer; Fran Kaar and Mrs. | in 1957 svhen the former svas serv-1 Frank Wickenhauser. ling svith the construction divi- John Hoefert and Mrs. John jsion of the Office of the Deputy I Greenwood; Ted Young and Mrs. j Chief of Staff of Logistics in! Mont Bodine; George Bassford THOMAS CAHOON ; Washington, D.C. At that time, land Mrs. Paul Ma ley: Gordon r- A TimvtAc fAunr>M Griffin svas serving as operations Smith and Mrs. Hamilton Jones; Cadet 1HOMA!» H. LAHOUN, iOfficer fo| . tne Enginpers Center;Herb VVickenhauser and Mrs. at Ft. Belvoir, Va. John Corbin: Joe Murphy and Griffin said that he svas very'Mrs. Isadore Wienshienk; Gene 'WHAT, !VO STAMPS? Acting Gunnery Sergeant Richard C. Stewart, Mr. Johns, ss-ho had been act- be conducted by Pastor R. R. M O ivp in Democratic politics m"rj,,i, n at 1:30 a.m. today in Jewish the county lor many years, died '' ' Hospital. St. Louis, where he \vednesclav. He had worked to- Bethan - v The training ho Armv R^,;> lpi '< e V hat 9^?" h « d T 1'"^ ™* ^ ^ ^ «« K 1«th « Afton? Sptaliw, lo Corporal Arthur in'ng Con* summer aHRiR T, d '"."o , , H ^ n"",' 1MuU|UW!ny " nd Mrs ' Roy W. Oehmen, 2M8AK Grand Ave.. SI. Louis, that hi* •-ort Leonard Wood. I™ 1 ' Me Sf " d 1Ht h(> ™ nsldored 0*\*rhy. } s( , H|on att ,. mp<s to o ff er a || the commodities raining is scheduled ?, A ™ 8 V? extromoly «„«- Dn , P Wickenhauser and Mrs. o f a HvlHail store ... hut no "SavillR Stamps". Both . . , .... .,„ ,, . ble olficer. and said that he 7. E. Pars: Chuek Unit/ :\nt\ MM ~ - _..i.... ...in. u< t ....:.. 0.1 i ..<>....«-.. fi»,t4 n || nn to be completed July 29. During His parents, two sister and him in had been moved Wednesday morning after mission his home. nea weanesnay w . n . d SP ,. tll . jnB ., swimmine nool i""—- -H",,sored by Calvary : ceiving practical experience and heeomine ill a i !. ' n , g P 'Baptist Church at Washington instruction in tactical, technical becoming .11 a. an d community center for young J « , ildministl , ltiw subjects . wi , people at Madison. 1951 it was organixed into a special emphasis being placed a brother preceded death. The bodv is at Smith Fune: - al Mr. Pcnkins svas district His svife is thc former Mrs. Home Wood River, svherej SR ' es manager for the National Zula friends may call after 7 p.m. Engineering Co. of St. Ann. Dcmoi today and until 11 a.m. Satu,-- ; Calif. __ day svhen the body svill be' A native of Sturgis. Ky., he Johns, are a son. a daughter. on pro f ess j on O f f a jth and bap- Sigma fraternity, and is a stu- olficei." and said that he 7,, K. Pars; Chuek ileit/ and Mrs. .. .. I. ti • »*fi.-»''ticklpnto Of'Hill With tills (*(*oi*t/p BMSKfni'ri ° T")ipk Wni'fpsilPf 1 Church began as a this training Cadet Ryan is re- ,,,,,?,, £ , *I turn ol esents. it ini Mrs. \\illiam Drake: Ed Griffin saifl that he plans to Kinnoy and Mrs. Charles Heit/; wj(h reness his acquaintance ss'ith Henry Williams and Mrs. Robert D'Are/./.o as soon as possible. Jourdain; Roy Dietschy and Mrs. tsvo men svill be working to- Herman Handmachcr; Don Wieb- and Mrs. Thomxs Mul- SavhiR men are serving with St. Louis' 3d Infantry Battalion, I'. S. .Marine Corps Reserve, now on two weeks annual summer trainiiu; at the .Marine Corps Cold Weather Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif.—(Official Marine Corps Photo) r s^^^r^ *£• ------ is z^'s^r^nr. r T »f '™^5 - • cmocratic Women's Chairman. Du|l| ( ,, e fjve yea ,. s , he 1%4 gradua(p of Elts , Alton 1Iigh Proposed sea ssall along the river quecny. Surviving in addition to Mrs.: chureh has received 98 members School, a member of Phi Kappa stnorc ; " Alton - Dick moved to The Assembly of God svas born on Sept. 22. 1895, a son Church. Hartford, for services O f the late Thomas and Mary st 2:30 p.m. Burial svill be in Jenkins. He svas married to Roselasvn Memory Gardens. Bf- MJSS Anna Thompson on May thalto. 11. 1921. in Mt. Vernon, Ind. Be_ , fore moving to his present ad- |lfl|«c rinfltl^' dress 22 years ago. he had re- ITII 3. WVl 111^ ••-•jjj fid jn E]dorado for 20 years. ~'.He is survived by his svife. CARUNV1LLE - Mrs. Anna oring.86.died a t6am.Thurs. day at the Estel.e Lee Morse . - „ Boring.86.died a t6am.Thurs.:^- o nedaugm^^ • Hudson and Mrs. Denny Foster; Paul Maley and Mrs. tism and also 98 by letter from dent at the University of Illinois \\ ordeil Auxiliary Don w ' ebmet>: John Greenwood other Baptist churches making,at Urbana. ' " and Mrs. Herbert Wickenhauser: a total gross gain of 196 mem- Cadet J. BEN RYAN. 20. son To Meet All« r 2 Zip Pars and Mrs. Francis Kaar: bers. During the five years $73,-,of Mr. ^nd Mrs Herbert Ryan. 9, ' ° Jonn Corbin alld ' Mrs Glenn CPNTRAITA -Mr* Mwtlp 368 ' 78 llas been omtrihiited i Hollyhock lane, Edwardsville. 111..! WO R D E N - The American Walker: Mat Stern and Mrs. Joe „,'?. „ 'f ' R ' ' through the church treasury inijs receiving six weeks of train- Legion Auxiliary svill meet.\\alters: Ken Wickenhauser and >. niotner pi a Koxana {he form Qf uthes and . frec W n 1:jng a| (he Army Reserve officer Aug. 2 al 1:30 p.m. and install M'*- - ]op Sharkoy: Frank Wick- t i d«i ' .H • o] gS -v' T .offerings of which $13,221.13 went Training Corps'summer camp at officers. enhauser and Mrs. Eugene Tuck- wV n , f'l" 1 ' ' 0<:lay '" M ' Mar y s: f 0 r world -.vide mission causes. ,Fort Gordon. Ga. The training Roval \oiehbon. er: Isado '' e U ' <>il1shicnk and AIrs Hospital here. A. «,„ homnni™, „.• thic f»«.i: u^-.i-j .„ ,,„ ,..^5 Kojal >elghbon, Glennon Jackson. ' w o step-daughters. ^. , ,. i*lQ(]in o 'S * fc Nursing Home. been a patient four years. The body is at the Ferketiehi Funeral Home. Funeral serv-' M™™a>'y. ices svill be conducted at 9'.''.0i a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Church The Rev. L. J. Mc-i in 1>irst General Baptist Church, Donald will officiate. Burial j East Alton, svill be in Nesv Calvary survived by two -. * u «h w ulv „„_ Map Dem e« Lester and Fmi Ea-ley of ihoU8ed ' in a one . room chape ,l ^ ,„., { where she had » ;Cen ralia: four children. Mrs . |bui , dlng 30 by 50 feet . Today it an js rece , vi tjca , experi . ^ Marks :Lou ' se " s ' Centraha; Ed-! . - ' a " nual g ward Lodge the and Bob Hoefert and Mrs. Charles „ , Neudecker: Bill Drake and Mrs. families will have then Edward K inncy: Joe Sharkey at noon Aug. I and Mrs Pa(l . icia Ram; Sid Arst and Mrs. Mat Stern: Hamilton Jones and Mrs. Gordon terv. "•V"- -=••'•«»". '-'"-:occupies a t\vo-story brick edu-eiice and instruction in tactical, , .. .. ..,. .,^ u ,„,„. o,,,-. „.,- A ™' ngSl Springfield:| cation building 30 by 85 feet V al-,technical and admnistrative sub-' 81 thc CIty park Saturday. Rites svill beif ? ydGl ° dl "f s ' E -.^hicago., ued at $50 ,ooo. The church has jects, with special emphasis be- Worden Notes _.._ ...... p.m. Monday- : y Giddmgs of, purchased the eight-room house ing placed on the duties of a sec-: WORDEN Mr. and Mrs. El- Smith: William Walter and Mrs. intist Church.' Roxana - (next door for a pastorium with'ond lieutenant. ' mer Loemker and son. Billie. Henry Williams: Chuck Neudeck- Also surviving are sevenj two additional lots for parking A member of Phi Delta Thetai aecom P anied tneir daughter. ; er and Mrs. Joseph Murphy, and three great-| and future building. fraternity and the Scabbard and' Jane - to East Ba >' Camp on. Funeral services I The church established a mis- Blade society, he svas graduated! Lakc Bloomington. svhere shei Mr Jenk Rev Kev. ; Webb Largenl svill officiate. In- niWBlr ., LITTLE DISTKICT PLAV will be Monday at 2 p.m. from Mrs. Boring is survived by; terment svill be in Valhalla Me- > Garnjer ^ uneral HQme jn four sisters, Mrs. Otilda O'Neil. : mortal Park. Carlinville; Mrs. Kathryn _^ . . Fritz Centralia. Frank Felchlin V^a.111 .f LV»W t/iwi»iv.*tjt • -v^ca — • • - i _ Hoecker. Monrovia, Calif., and P° le John Hoecker. Jacksonville. Mrs. Custer Wal•„ S " P ^ r "!Main St. East Alton, a foreman in ,ntendent:of JerseyvnieTele-:^ . d tmenl o{ olin phone Co., died Thursday in Jersey Community Hospital svhere j he had been a patient for sev- '• era I days. Dora Mr. Fritz, svho svas 73, svas: , s j on in Brighton in 1957 which; from Edwardsville High School ! is a delegate to the FHA con-j Sunset Hill's Country Club ALTON I Afr AT FORT RILEY Cadet Wilfred K. Bottcrbush, on right, son of Mrs. Katherine Botterbush, 827 McPherson Ave., takes was organized into the First. in 1957. Ryan is a student at thel fi; '' ence tnis week. was host to thc Little District his position as assistant on a machine gun crew at Southern Baptist Church of University of Illinois. Bil)ie Hutson is visiting with Thursday. the Fort Riley KOTC Summer Camp, Fort Riley, Brighton, December 13, 1959 with SP-4 RONALD HAWKINS, 21, 'Datives at Hamilton. O. A gold filled putter was Kan. HP is one ot the 1275 ROTC Cadets taking part 72 charter members. has just returned to his base at: M jss Nancy Sue Blotevoge! awarded to Mrs. Olin Wetzel of 1 m the six weeks summer camp. After summer camp Batolitown Ft. Benning, Ga., after spending and Gerald Foley of Normal Sunset Hills for low 9 hole net. ;an 8-day leave visiting with his : «ere guests Sunday of her par- \yinners: parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batcbtown Notes ;Hasvkins. 1139 Long Ave. Blotevogel. BATCHTOWN—James Franke i Hawkins is a 1957 graduate of ;ft this sveek for training wiih Alton High School. MeadowliroOK T OUth -Ie had been in ill health for 18 months, and had been in [the Marine Corps at Camp Idleton, Calif. out of the hospital several S ° ThurV ! lhuis " ., . . * ' Otto Franke. Gene ing Becker repair- Batchtosvn Grade School. , , ,. nmnlpl _ ri .., Math ' Bonnie Snyders, daughter of r. and Mrs. Raphael Snyders, spending the summer as a CARROLLTON — Mrs. Custer. 79. died at i.':l( Thursday afternoon in Passavanl 1886. a member of a P ioneer j ast en * t 7|.ec Hospital. Jacksonville. Jersey County family. His par- ^J pvcn j " She had been in lhe hospital for ents svere the late Mr. and Mrs. ';„.. ,.,„,..,.', nine svoeks and had been ill for Charles Fritz, six months. Born November 11, His great-grandfather, Joshua 1S81. she svas the daughter of tlv Walpole dug the first grave in jn m - s R( late Mr. and Mrs Andresv Crosvo. the centur.s'-old Oak Grove Cem- She ss-as married to Frank Cuslet otcry. Jerseyville, svhere the who preceded her in death 13 body of Mr Fritz will be in- cap d , men ,_ In 1921 hp was , a «° Ien ; ed Saturday following^rites tl , ansfen . ed lo the dptonator de .l Rites Set Saturday became associated svith the company in 1918 svhen he Godfrey Baptist To Have Guest Pulpit Leaders Group ^ Sale Lockhaven: Low Gross—Mrs. Herb Wickenhauser. Low Net—Mrs. Frank Wickenhauser. Blind Holes —Mrs. Donaid Teenag- Wiebmer. and graduation from Westminster College, he is to be commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army Reserve. Low Putts — Mrs. Gordon WOOD RIVKR. p , oved as a dla in ,,„,, £j|ward She is survived by four children jn Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home. Mrs. Wilbur Shasv. and Wayne Funeral services svill be con- partmcnt, and in 1926 was transferred to the packing department. Funeral rites for MEADOWBROOK - crs of the Ft. Russell-Meadosv- brook area ssill participate in I Smith several activities this sveekenrl.j St. Clair Country Club: i! was announced Thursday.: I-w Gross--Mrs. Ed Groin- sons treated foi Members of the Pioneers youth : sfke, Mrs. Jack Lciner. iuere amon^ ih« organisation are sponsoring a Low Net-Mrs. Frank Lasv- bake sale today at three gio-• ler. GODFREY — Milton Hildc- eery stores in Meadosvbrook. Blind Holes—Mrs. John brand svill be in charge of morn- On Saturday the youth will have lop. Hospital lhur.-,di ing services this Sunday at the a paper drive. Residents ot Putts—Mrs. Carl Kammen. , Thirteen suiiu Godfrey Baptist Church, it svas Meadowbrook are to place bun- Sunset Hills: announced today. He is a deacon'dies and containers of paper Edward al the First Baptist Church. near the road Saturday for the Feet Predominate List Of Cases at Hospital Custer, both of Carrollton: Mrs: ducted at '.' p.m. in the funeral Jn ]g54 ne wag desi g nated a {orc . Ha\\'kins. 74, life-long resident of -rhe Re\. George Eddy, pas- teenager's paper drive. Donald Walker. Manchester; home by the Rev. H. C. Lane. man jn exp]osivps and " la , Pl , ^ the Dow area, will be conducted: tol . ( and Mrs. Eddy left this', Claude Custer. Livingston, Mon- ?>iends may visit the funeral samr vea '. ...„' llt (0 i hc orimer de-! Saturday at 1 p.m. in Taber- morning on a vacation. Theyi Band to Pla\ ill to the laeeialert • Gross—Mrs. Elmer Oh!. ,.jght fool of Charles Lo wNet-Mrs. Olin Wetzel. Mitchell, M, son .,( Mr. Blind Holes-Mrs. Paul Zu- Mrs CnBl .| ps . Mj(( . hf .|i, -_, m s . Ninth st. Charles caught his Fuur \>fi- ^lie jumped fmm the poich al foot injmic-. lllf> liuiiic <>( her aunt while- tisr palicnis ^-''i'>- "' Ili'i-nn. \\\<. Thejun Coi i iiiKlori. 51.'', Township Sl """•>• Rd - ( '" lla ^ Hills ' «- ceised ireaiinent for a dr>g bite '(> Ihc hack of the lell le(.[, sshich uccurieri al 10:20 p. ni lue on the . . ' svhen >he uenl outside 10 check Ronald . , ... lhe children camping in the and n ,,. „ _ .. same year svent to the primer de-, tant. one sister. Miss Olhe Crowe home after 2:30 p.m. Friday. , pa rtment as a foreman Mr Felch ' nat ' le Ba P tist Church by the w ili spend one of Carrollton. Mr. Fritz is survived by his^ wag a mombpi , of (hp C( , n , UI . v j Rev. A. C. Hall. Burial ssill be G rcen Lake, Wis.. There are 32 grandchildren and.wife, the former Florence h.rot- „. . . . . ,',... . I. . j CIUD 01 me- piciiu. 31 great grandchildren. /;sch, to ss'hom he was married Shr was a member o[ thc As- 50 years June 8. 1957; two sons.: A native of St. Louis, Mo., spinbly of God Church in Carroll- Maurice and Gordon, both of Los Angeles, and three grandchildren. iwas born on March '2. 1894. a week at the : Baptist camp Stale Fair Contest in Upper Alton Cemetery. before going lo Massachusetts The body will be moved from where they will visit their fam- Alton "'S 11 School Band will Russell Funeral Home to the j]jes. .participate in the Illinois State church this afternoon. Friends Marilyn Howe and Bonnie Fair Band font™' Aug. 1.V19. Thr ' ban(l wil1 r»>rrorm at 1 p.m. pan. Putts—Mrs. Ray Corl, Russcl Keller, Mrs. T. Goertz. ,, Mrs. . , , T-, loot ill Die power inouf'i while .,., D. 1 S Lb. Banket ON SALE NOW Home drown TOMATOES 29c Large Size POTATOES 10 Hi 39c Freestone PEACHES CO* H Peck 99V Basket Ice Cold WATERMELONS ON SAL! ALL SIZfS WE PLUG 'EM BROADWAY &MAIN He had resided at the Main street i address for the past -12 years. Mrs. Ma o "it* DotV Surviving in addition to his, wife. Mrs. Leaman Harris of Sparta. Katherine. arc one son, Robert of mother of Dr. L. Hood Harris Anaheim, Calif., and one dauglv ol Alton, died unexpectedly Sun- ter. Mrs. Marie Burnett of East speaker Sunday evening svill be'J lhe Res. Orrin Anderson, of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph , , , • Kelchlin He WHS married in Alton ma >' l ' a11 al lile l ' llla ' L ' h al1e1 ' ' Balchelor, ol the Cherry Street reicniin. ne ssas maiura in Anon ,.,,.,•..• Auc 17 in the contest in svhich Baplkst. Church, ssill sing a •-• le l(J "" M '" wnitn duet al the Sunday service. The 41 bands art ' Pnterrd ' Tho petition is sanctioned by Illinois of the First Baptist Church. He ba . nds , ai '° „ . ., . ' .... jschoo euro men . and Mrs. Anderson will sing a! Funeral rites for Mrs. Maggie duel day at Jeddo Mich, where she Alton and three grandchildren. Doty svill be conducted Satur- 0" 'he following Sundays t he -'One sister and two brothers pre- day at 1 p.m. in United Pente- « ev - Charles Haitman, of Gen- ceded him in death. i costal Church. 716 State St.. t™lia, will speak at the Aug. 7; WI1NG Set Saturday according to the laun al the larn- ily home. The blade cul thiounh his shue. i Laura Lynn Mitchell, 11, 'daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Mitchell, L'.'J.S Bond Ase., back yard at their home. .lame.-. Allen Smith, H, son of Mr. and Mrs ,| H m<- s Smith, 233 ilv Ase.. Koxaiia, was ln-aii'il for Hhia.-ioiis In the left >idc ol his face and forehead ~ulieied in a fall from his hi- cvcle. Also entered in the contest is 'the Greenfield High School Band. 6 BOWL HAVEN Thursday Mixed ALTON JOHN ADRON ROBERTS p m Saturday Funeral Home. WOOD RIVHR WALTER HARVKL RISHTON '2 JO (l in Salui d Assembly of God Church Hiirtlord ln Produce Murket riena at ler p.m. Friday iubtuu Cemetery Funeral rites will be conducted !at 2 p.m. Monday in Smith's Fui neral Home, Wood River. Interment will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens, Bethallo. Friends may visit the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday. Stanley Tompach Sr. Rites Conducted Wood River. The Rev. George morning service and in the eve- Wooden will officiate at the rites ! nl »g George Miller of the First which will be followed by burial at Hettiuk. Church uill be h Charles Weaver Rites Set Monday i charge. Aug. 14 the Rev. Errol IBosley, assistant at Cherry ; Street, svill be in the pulpit in Uhe the morning service and Ned Cooper, chairman of board ;of deacons at Godfrey Baptist, i svill be the leader in the eve- Funeral rites for Charles Weav- mng . serv i cei er of near Godfrey svill be con- .ducted Monday at 1 p.m. in Rus- Following rites in Smith Funeral j sell Chapel. Friends may visit thej Moo*e C/roup to Home, Wood River, Wednesday, chapel after 7 p.m. Sunday Burial will be in Upper Alton Ceme . AtltMHl ' the body of Stanley Tompach Sr., retired Standard Oil Co. employe, tery. was interred in Woodland Hill i (.'emelers. ' * i The Res. G R Sclirciber, pas- lor ul First Church ol Christ. (Christian) Wood .Riser, ofliciated al the service. PAINTS Evers' Paints 11 n Milton Road HO 2-7389 Pallbearers \sere Karl Fines, Sarnpel Kratxer, Curtis Summers, James Pickerill. Robert Pickerill and Joseph Slicppard Albert Havnee 1 Alton Moose Lodge 951 has obtained 130 tickets for the Car- Sclioenlnilini (i 'nal gume Saturday at Buseh Stadium in the "Knothole Section," according to Frank Pat- schull. publicity chairman for With the RPV. William Wollcr the group. Rile.- Conducted 182-188, E. Summers 161, L. Morten 158, Schueler 170, E. Zumwalt 161, N. Allison 156, M. McPeak 155, H. Gray 165, Cox 164, N. Graham 163. Ham Supper BETHALTO - Memberi of IVO DRAFT New York's Oov. Rockefeller, who tailed to teel a draft in the Windy City Bethaito Rainbow Girls will ot Chicago, U well pro- sponsor a ham supper Saturday officiating funeral rites svere held Children of Moose members tecte-d Oil the floor of the at Masonic Temple in Bpthallo. Thursday at '.' p.m. in Zion Lulh- ;.nd friends will attend the bail OOP convention as he it was announced by Mrs. E. O. game, he said. Also going svill! Wears Nixoil hat and Yeck. Serving will begin at 4 eran Church. Bethaito, for Charles SchoenUaum. Burial was in the church cemetery. Casketbearers were Lucian Schmidt, Harold and Virgil Heeren. Klwood, Ervin Plegge. and Hilbert Funeral riles lor Albert Haynes, i clued carpenter and former bus- auenl lor (he eurpcnlerti lo- cul \\erc condui'lcd Thui'Miay al .' p in in Uenl Chapel by the Res. On in M Anderson pastor ol i-'irsl Churcli. Burial was in Me (.'u»K( iln an ih sseic Du\r Horn. i.in Hems Lnul. '/, K Sull and fllo Set Sunda JKRSKYVILLE - Funeral rites lor C'loyd Simins. «ho died Thurti- iia> in U'nt.sori Nui>ing Home, will lie conducted Sunday at '2 p.m. in l>ixuii-l'np|jen Funeral Home, I- 'airfield Bunal will be in Pin Oak Onii'tory. Kairlield. . be a group of children from the! awaits the speech of Vice (p.m. and continue through Catholic Children's Home on State street. A transportation caravan will leave the Moose Clubgrounds, 3821 College Ave., at 11:45 a.m. Saturday, escorted by off-duty Alton -policemen who will donate their services. President Richard Nixon, GOP presidential candidate. (NEA Photo) p.m. Donations for the family style supper are $1-25 for adults and $.65 for children. Called to Georgia WOOD RIVfcR Mrs. Robert Siduffer, 4'<J6 S. Ninth St., hat been called lu Atlanta. Ga.. due to thc illness of her daughter. Mrs dene t>ycus. uho is a pa- in'tit at Kmury Hospital there .Mrs. stduiier lelt by plane Thursday. Oir Piynints Too HigbT REFINANCE Keduoe Voiir P»ym»nU Mid •M or Call KENNY 11006 MU'Stotoi Flnanoo Oo. Ill 8100B NEAR BRQAOUAV Pboot HO 1*114 I A C;m;uliaii firm is hiiilding a ;Kast Alton, was treated for a paper plant al Periera. Columbia, puncture wound Iti Ihc .sole of 'the right fool after she had stepped on a broken bolt IP and Teresa Ann Hodton. 11. riaiigh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert iHorton. 130 W. Foretl Ave., E. Recher 164-188, G. Stotler Hartford, for an injury to the; J32, E. Berry 177-165-187, O. left foot suffered Tuesday when Berry 205, A. Lambie 200-219 (606), C. Tittle 160-161, J. Tittle 234-242-203 (678), B. Vas- sier 211. W. Netzhammer 226214 (629), A, Smith 231, D. Beattie 161-202, G. Luly 161-189-192, H. Beattie 201-222 (601), R. Beckman 204, M. Beckman 164179, K. Schulz 162. B. Schulz 232. Tburaday Ladle* D. Harris 173, V. 4o. Garret 155, J. Morton 171-166. B. Beets 163, C. Rhoads 167, M. Kogel WILL YOU HA\/i A SLIM LIHt- FOR SWIM TIME? ONE LSN A DAY M 4/0 TO COHJIOL TO HCLf KM* . 6 86 Th« LHN ridueing plw fe IP my to us», nothing to mii . . no mori eiting todiy »nd "itirvinj" tomorrow... no mori taking 1,1, v 3 Dills bifor* etch mill. Tiki only ONE LEEN capsuii i diy—thi timid dlsintigrition eipsuli It self riguliting and will help provide M ippltiti curbing aid listing 6 to 10 hours, miking it easier to adhere to a low caloric diet and thus to take off unwanted pounds and to maintain a desired weight level. Yes, if yen have a weight problem, try the new LEEN plan—start today- at •II THRIFTY DRU6 STORES

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