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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WATCH FOR THE TELEGRAPH'S EDITION-WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17 * STAFF-WRITTEN SCHOOL STORIES * SCHOOL FEATURES, COURSES AND INFORMATION * SCHOOL OPENING DATES IN THE TELEGRAPH AREA * LATEST STYLES FOR SCHOOL * APPAREL FOR SCHOOL * SCHOOL SUPPLIES MR. MERCHANT- ADVERTISING DEADLINE FRIDAY, AUG. 12 Stores wishing to reach the parents of 40/000 students in the Telegraph area contact your advertising counselor or telephone the Advertising Department. HOward 5-6641. HERE'S A BONUS 3,500 Extra Telegraphs will be issued to non-subscribers for this edition. Obituaries 0. D. Powers Stricken ill shortly after his arrival home from work Monlay evening. Otto Douglas Powers. B2, a Shell Oil Co. em- iloye. WHS pronounced dead .it Wood River Township Hospital at 4:30 p.m. Death apparently was due to a heart ailment. ; Mr. Powers,who uas em-! ployed in the dis-| patching depart-i ment of the oil; refinery. had| c o tn p 1 e t e d 30; vears service at the oil company. Power*. He began work- in Ihe coke yard. He then went to the labor department, and from there to the dispatching, department. • Mr. Powers had been in fail-' ing health for the past tuo years, but work. His Lint on St.. Wood River. Born at Lacon. III.. Sept. 4. 1897, he \vas a son of Ihe lale Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Powers. He had resided in the Wood River area for the pas! 30 years, moving there from Eldred. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Roxana. Surviving are his wife, the former Arminta Hires of F.Idred: a daughter. Mrs. Wilma Skitt-ino of Creve Coeur. Mo.; n son. Robert, of Wood River; TULSDAY, AUGUSI 9, 1900 /V«w of Grains Scientists Will Soybean Futures ft s h for Prof ile Demand Good of Oc ean Floor It.^r.n'^deStl'y: NEW VORK. Science £* 'Grains were steady to weak in - Scientists will soon drop a Ifhe mrlv afternoon with trade rocket-shaped device to IMsocran i,:_,,. ' floor about 150 miles west of Ber! Short ,m-erii« was brisk at muda and fish for profile* of the j times but profit Inkers moved in ocean bottom. las the bulges reached the higher The device is a new underwat- •ranges, er seismograph for recm-diiiR i Carlo! receipts toda\ were f>sti- shock waves It was butlt at i mated at wheat 1;i cars, corn :». i Columbia University's Lamont <'oats 21. rye L', barley Ifi. soy- Geological Observatory in Pal- j beans 1. isades. N. Y. fairlv good sound c home was at 200 GJendale Gardens, H. W. HOLMAN H. W. Holman Henry W. Holman. a candi- had continued at(jalc for Ihc Democratic nomination for Sheriff in Madison County, in 1fl.">8. died Monday at 6:4fi p.m.. in St. ,loseph'« Hospital. He WHS Hie only Negro ever to seek I he office of Sheriff in thr history of (he county. Mr. Holman had been ill and hospitalized since Miflerinn a paralytic slioke (our months ago. A nati\e and lilc-lone resident of Allon. Holman v\as born j it nm i noi rt «. V, a THirlV ROOn SOUnn cnnmiri Or :grade yellow 9fVI 09«,. OH,., No. R fhp . of 1 extra heavy white 70-70> 2 . o.^.b o M o m sediment. Soybean oil 9"*b-',a. .^^ ^^ ^.^ ^ hflvp application in military commun- jHtions and submarine detection » brother, Lawrence W., Hart- liinl; Barley: mailing choice .:';«; feed 8.>1.02n, CHICAGO (APi — Prev. High l,ou Close closf Wheat Sep Dei- Mar May Jiy ( 'urn Sep Dec Mar May- Oats Sep Dec .SK' .X.Y' .92 1.92 97':„ 1 .%'••,, 1.%" .88'* 1.87'v 1 X< :! 4 1 l-'-o I.II 1.11 1 , .15"* 1.i:i 1 .15'* 1.17\ 1.17U M7 1 * 1.17% 92' April 4. 189K. a son of the late A]a| . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holman. . Nlav He was a veteran ol World f | ve War I. and in recent vears hart S( ' .til .7.) .7.'!', .18 H . operated Ihe Holmanite Fuel ^j,,,. a sister. Mrs. Clara Sar-j Ca KHl . 1|p| . hp hHd U()rkpd as ^ | ^ _ ^ gent. Ahxsahka, fdaho. and one g ,. esfia ,.,.,, ( . nf , mls , H nd v\as MHV \-r-,^}->l grandchild. A son, Ralph Doug-,,. miitcr| vvilh lwvjnR developed 1 s, ;vh ,, i)ns las. died in infancy and three. |ue| oil and SPV eral other in- s - ., ,„ hrothers preceded him in death. 1.17' .fllv : 4 .7:) f 2 .'.','•• .lohn Kwmg. the Lamont geo- phvsicist who will direct the six- week Irs! of Ihe new device, be lirvr.- the d» Vice W'lll be "as VM) 97'* liable to use av » telescope on a *•'" hinh mountain is to an astrono- 88' 4 mer." learn w;i>- scliedlded to leave Ju l\ l.i for the ti'Kls. Thp new II fool device IIHV a no>e cone with a -pike nn one end and tail tin- on Ihe other. The -cientM- will diop the dr vice nose first into sediment 18.IHKI fee I below the ocean's sill face. It will >l.iml upright on its .IP. l.V« 1.21'i 1.2l'4 surept r >n drop rle|ith He is Kiirvued by two brolli- j, )|| ers. Albert and Chllord both '- S)H| of Alton, and nieces and nepli- ews. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, where Iriends may call after 7:30 p.m. today and until 1] a.m., Thursday when the body will be taken to First Baptist Church, Roxana. Rites in the church wU| r angenients. be conducted a! 2 p.m., by the) Rev. L. K. Mustain. Burial willj be in Roselawn Memory Gar-i Ml>. Helen dens. ; . Rite* Set Wednesday ventions. Nov The body is at Russell Funeral Home pending funeral ar- ./Vp/r* 1 Of S J. A. Briggs MEDORA Junius A. Funeral rites for Mrs. Helen G. Grimm of 3003 Watalee Ave. mine lliiHIrr I.HHlh. will charges and the seismouraph will lecord the 2.17'a 2 !()''> shock' 2.2.'! 2.21 : '» 2.22 7 » 2.21 •*>, | O molion- of Ihe pHfth, its sig- 2.2b 3 » 2.2f> 2.26'H 2.24 a4 ml- will tx nmphlied and tinns 2.28 :t i) 2,27 2.28'a 2 2ti :i4 nulled Ih/wugh DIP u«ter arous- licalls to Columbia's .schoonei (irace. Thp M'l-inouiaph niH> also be useful in recording natural enrlhqunke* that often occur un der the ocean, and in studying ocean-bottom spdimerit. The transiston/.ed device has batteries that will keep it funr- NKW YORK (AP> — l.solated tioning for four and a half to fne Market Mixed; Trading Quiet oniiim ". -««'"="", "•-"; areas of strength stood out in an davs retired Laclede Steel Co. * - wor ker. will he con- 73, of Springfield, a native and'd^.ted Wednesday at 9 a.m.. m ( resident of Medora until early I St. Matthew's Church. Burial uranhood. d.ed at 10:30 a.m|vill be in Upper Alton Ceme- Monday in Memorial Hospital,! tery> The body is otherwise mixed stock market late this afternoon. Trading was Springfield. He was a Volume for the day was estimated at 2.600,000 shares com- Chal i pared with 2,960,000 Monday. Prices Al East S/. Louis i NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill son of the late Junius and Nora Cartel- Briggs, me uuu> Copper issues were prominent (AP . .IKDAI \tnat where friends mav call after 4; . ™ r IAI • — IU.MJAI — Hogs jwntie iu<-iiu .r j^ainprs as Kpnnprnlt s D u r t e d . _, p.m. today. The Parish Rosary! uill be recited at 8 p.m.. today,! former residents of Medora. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Anna Briggs of Springfield; I P ' m ' three sons, Warner, Middleport, N.Y.. Everett, St. Louis, Norman, and 'ihe 1C DHUKh"er» 'of "isabe'IlaI£"•*« wa « v^i recite the Rosary at 8:30 ™ el ,Pf ' C ' ! Smelting American Mrs. Grimm, who died Mon-, a ( K)U f a dav at 8:30 a.m. in Jewish Hos- Rivera. Calif., onui-. , , . *,*-?• j • —«™- — j~ two daughters, Mrs. Lorana ;ln e healtn slnce . 19i)6 ', ^ nd . slnce ! Elsewhere gains and | Wolf and Mrs. Doris Haynes, : " lcn na( ^ npen hospitalized se V" . were confined lo fractions for the |S1 Louis. era ' times - Snc nad lasl entcredl most part as traders moved 1 the hospital three weeks ago. lwari | v as Kennecott spurted opfwd s)ou ja(er moff active; and Ana-:|j a|TOWS aflt j ^^ 25-50 lower, a point. S(ms wpak , 0 -K, | owcr . bu)k us and American: N(J ,.., barrows and ^ jgn.^ were higher. ,, b bal . rows and gj^ n.30-60: No Telephone was up:,., .^.^ |b , 7 _ ffi . 75 _ abou , V£) and DuPont around 2. Standard Oil (New Jersey i about a point. The body has been taken to jthe Matt-Hermann Funeral Home, St. Louis, for services- . at 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial willf <*• a , dau ^ r I be in St. Louis County. The former Helen Schwaab, i „„ Strength was provided, howev- v , =,. she was born in Alton Jan. 18. ier _ by ^ Federa , Resf> ,^ actlon ^ M - head 17 75. mixed No 1-3 and 2-?. '190-250 Ib 17.25-50: No 1-3 190 Ib some No 3 225-240 Ib down to '• 17.00: No I-.'! 170-190 Ib 16.75-17.25; mixed grade 150-170 Ib 16.00-17.00; ; 120-140 Ib 13.50-15.75: boards 250 Ib and up 10.25-50: lighter weights Schwaab and Mrs. Bell Pickering. i in lowering reserve requirements of commercial banks, thereby giv- jing them greater lending power. , Cat lp ^° 00 ' slaUKh " ter steers and heifers slow; initial sales about steady; cows and I B. F. Oetkeii i Services Held She attended Humboldt School j GaJners included Chrysler United Aircraft. Radio Corp., Allied; and was a member of St. •Mary's Parish, and of Alton Circle Daughters of Isabella. Mrs. Grimm had completed Following rites Monday at 3 iao years'" service in the p.m. in Zion Presbyterian \ sary of Laclede Steel Co. at Church. Fosterburg, the bodyiti'iie of hei retirement three Chemical, Pan American World Airlines, Lorillard and Merck. bulls little choice slaughter 00; choice mixed steers and heif- good to low 2400-25.- .ers 24.00-25.00; good and choice iof Benjamin F. Oetken was in- years aK °- U.S. government bond prices iterred in Posterburg Cemetery.! Surviving in addition to her j eased. Corporates maintained a Lower were . U.S. Steel. Bethle-, slauBhter^heilers and mixed year- hem. Ford. Woolworth. Raytheon, 1 ' n ^ s -^- ;> ^ 4 '"' Eastman Kodak. Baltimore & Ohio and Sobering. The Rev. Darliss Cox, pastor iut the church, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Mervyn Oetken Sr., Fred Christians, | mother aiv a son. Leroy, Hart-1 thin upward edge, ford; a foster daughter. Mrs. Produce Prices Jackie Cain. Salina. Kan., two sisters, Mrs. Rafael Velasco, St. Louis, and Mrs. Gordon j o l Prine, Alton, and two grand-! At bt. LOUIS William and Walter DePPen- ' „' ^| dahl A.ibert Hess, and Dlckl Gordon Geimm Qf L derdes. Rev. Phillips Services Held Funeral rites for the Rev. Clyde L. Phillips, evangelist for the Church of God in Christ on Highland avenue, were conduct- JmuesA.Stilwell Kiles Sel NV Funeral rites for James Albert Stillwell, 43, a resident of Rt. 1, Godfrey, for the past five months, and an employe of Owens-Illinois Machine Manufacturing Department, Godfrey, will be conducted Wednesday al' and commercial cows 14.00-15.00; individual head high yielding commercials IJ.ijU: canners and cutters 12.50-14.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.00-18.00; few 18.50: few mostly good 800 Ib feeder steers 21.50; vealers and slaughter calves steady; good and choice vealers 21.00-25.00; few high choice 26.00; standard and low -ood 18.00-21 .(X); good and choice ST. LOUIS (API—Eggs and live , slaughter calves 19.00-23.00. po " ltry: . , , , Sheep 1,200; opening sales about Eggs, wholesale grades, large - slwidy . good and i;hok . e spmg extras,'60-79 per cent A 29-31; 40-| lambs n.50-20.00: few choice and 59 per cent A 27-30; mediums 25-: prime w M; utjllly and good 14 . 27; standards 23-26; country run ; oo-17.00; cull to choice shorn 22-23; dirties and checks 18-20; iS , aughte) . ewes consumer grades, AA large 33-34; ed Monday afternoon in the church. The Rev. Bert Miller officiated at the service in the church and ai committal rites in Up-j'' P' ln - in Church of iper Alton Cemetery. ! Pearl. Burial will be in Green j A large 29-33; A medium 26-30; A small 18-22; B large 24-27. Fowl, heavy 15-16; light over i Ibs 11-12; under 5 Ib 9-11; fryers i and broilers, commercial whites and crosses 17',s; old rooster.- 9-11 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p. m. quotations on 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research Cook Pallbearers were A. Taylor, Charles Brown. A. L. Terry, Pond Cemetery. The body is at Smith Funeral ! Kites? Conducted Henry Sharpe, Robert Mitchell,I,, ... . , . , und Nathaniel Berry. Home, Alton, where friends may call until 11 a.m.. Wednesday 'when the body will be taken ,lo Pearl. Surviving in addition to reiu- ; lives listed Monday in an announcement of the death arfe ai &URKE : indicated are widely held 'in the Alton area, as supplied to ihe Alton Evening Telegraph by Nt-whard, Cook & Co., from its A'ton branch office. (The New < York Exchange closes daily at Funeral rites for Mrs. Nonie : 2.30 p.m. (Alton time), so these C. Cook of Bethalto, were oon- are not the closing quotations): ducted Monday at 2:30 p.m.. AT&T 89%, Gen. Motors 43 3 *, in Bethalto Methodist Church!Granite City Steel 37%, Olin by the Rev. Leo Copeland. Bu- Math. 40 (ex-div.i, Owens-lil. rial was in Bethalto Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ward and 101 U. Shell 34, Sinclair 36'j, Socony .I8 a (,, Standard Oil Und.i MfMIEft.THf GROW OF THE OOLOEN HUH 787. Lnugdon St. Alton i Gansz. iSon . William, who is al home i Carl Boettger. Joe Mamon, : .W B , Standard iNJi 42»4 tcv !«nd a granddaughter. HUi Jetl Aghetlu. Humer Klein, andidiv.). U. S. Steel 80'., (ex-div.1, 1 widow is the former Lauretta i^eorge Ellsperniann. i Sears 55. ALTON Jame« A. Stillwell 2:00 p.m. Wednesday Church of Chrisi Pearl, Illinois WOOD 1UV£B Otto Douglas Powert 2:00 p.m. Thursday First Baptist Church W. Whippla 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Funeral Home A & H INSURANCE PRODUCERS AM y*» (••kin* want w tmUiib. bnUd M* «»n . row OWN . tf VOU'M Mb MMinf A I H v Ur«* •** Mutt HMM tf«M ttrvlM tf bmUiMi If Wntt 1. f. Jtaltot. Dinetat •/ NATIONAL CASUALTY COMPANY

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