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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Obituaries Obert Mrs. Caroline Obert, widow of Dr. F. C. W. Oberl, died Sunday at 3 p.m. In St. Anthony's Hospital. She had been a patient in the hospital for three days and prior to that had been in Mather- Yinger Nursing Home. Before entering the nursing home she had resided with a son, Edward Obert at 443 California Ave., East Alton. She was born at New Mlnden, Nov. 28,1873, and in 1902 was married in St. Louis to Dr. Obert. She and her husband moved to East Alton in 1925 and he had practiced medicine there until his death in 1934. They resided for a nvimer of years on St. Louife Avenue, East Alton. Surviving beside her son, Ed ward, is another son, William of Strcator. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary ponding funeral arrangements. Burial will be In Frieden Cemetery, Si. Louis. Cursing Home, Okawville, according to word received by Alton triends. She had been a patient in the nursing home for six years. Mrs. Kraus and her husband, the late Theodore Kraus, resided for a number of years on Putnam street. Mrs. Kraus was a former member of Trinity Lutheran Church. During her residence here she had been employed at Alton Laundry. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Smith Fun era! Home, Nashville. Kraus A former long time Alton resident, Mi-s. Lena Kraus, died Saturday in Washington Springs Mrs. Cora Creeling, East Alton; Mrs. Ethel Bunting. St. Louis, and Mrs. Ruth Brown, Alton, and four grandsons. The family of Mr. St. Peters has designated the Cancer Society as a memorial fund. p.m. Tuesday at Rindskops happ.l. St. Louis. Friends may all after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Bural will be private. Slayden St. Peters JERSEYVILLE - Funeral services for Oliver Henry St. Peters of 1004 N. State St., will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in First Methodist Church by t h e Rev. Mode Powell. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. The body is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. Mr. St. Peters died Sunday in Jersey Community -Hospital. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John St. Peters he was born July 20, 1885. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Minnie Howard St. Peters; a son, Eugene, Jersoyville; two daughters, Mrs. Agnes Hancock, St. Laudcrdale, Fla., and Mrs. Doris Crone, Jersey villo; a brother, Lewis, Memphis, Tcnn., four sisters, Mrs. Grace Rhoades and Funeral rites for Craig Alan Slayden, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Slayden of 911 Penning Ave., Wood River, were conducted at 1 p.m. today in Marks Mortuary by the Rev, R. E. George, pastor of Hart- ord Methodist Church. Burial vas in Valhalla Memorial Park. The baby, one of four children of Mr. and Mrs. Slayden lied in his sleep. He was found lead Sunday at 7:30 a.m. Alan Craig was born May 6, 1963, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Surviving beside his parents are a brother, Kevin, 2%; two sisters, Kathy, 4, and Karen, '/a; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Kale Slayden, Godfrey, ind maternal grandparents, Mr. ind Mrs. Melvin Webb, South toxana. Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 406-1238 Evening 466-3617 GRADE A HOMOGENIZED '/2 Gal. Cartons MILK 3 ALL GRINDS FOLGERS COFFEE.. 2 U.S. CHOICE BEEF! RIB STEAKS . . 69c BONELESS RIB STEAKS . . . $1.39 MINUTE STEAKS . . 69c SPICED LUNCHEON 1IOMADE LOAF Ib, 49c HAM SALAD Ib. 69c Leob Dr. Augustus F. Loeb, 53, died Sunday morning at St. Louis University Hospital. He had been n ill health for 6 months. Dr. '..oeb has performed High Holy Day services at the Temple Is- •acl on several occasions. His vil'e. is Estelle Asckenary Loeb, sister of Mrs. Harry Mittleman of East: Alton. Dr. Loeb is survived by his vife, two brothers, Roland and Alex of Pennsylvania, and two sisters, Mrs. Ella Klein and Mrs. Ruth Greenberg, both of Pennsylvania. Funeral services will be at 3 IIOMIC GROWN BEETS or TURNIPS. bunch lOc FANCY STRINGLKSS GREEN BEANS ...... Ib. 19c FANCY VINE RU'KNED TOMATOES Ib. 19c Strawberries, Asparagus Delivered Fresh Daily from Godfrey! Low Sale Prices! • PEARL MARKET • Conveniently Located in the Center oi Alton I«85 CENTRAL AVK. FREE PARKING! WE INVITE COMPARISON We Arc. Proud of Our Establishment, Facilities, Service and Moderate Costs. p.m. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. McCarthy CARROLLTON — Edward Joseph McCarthy, who operated a sandwich shop here for 35 years, died Sunday at 1:53 a.m. in Boyd Memorial Hospital. He had suffered from a cardiac ailment for some time, but had remained active and had been hospitalized only since Saturday. A native of Boston, Mass., he was born Oct. 3, 1894, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCarthy. Surviving is a brother, Joseph of Augusta, Maine. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. John's Catholic Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at Simpson Funeral Home from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m today. ' The Rosary will be recited at 7:15 p.m. today. Marmino Dugan SHIPMAN — Mrs. Dora A. Dugan died unexpectedly at her lome in Plainview Sunday at 2 a.m. Mrs. Dugan was born May. 6, 1887 in Chester. She was 76 years old. She is survived by her husband, Harry; three sons, Clarince, Alton; Ralph, Bethalto; and Clifford, Plainview: a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Zappa of Norwalk. ;alif.; and nine grandchildren. Funeral rites will at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Jacoby-Wise ^uneral Home in Shipman. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today. Burial will be in Shipman Cemetery. WelUiausen Keith Ridenour, Jerscyville; two sons. Clvde V. and Ray Virgil. ville, n dnuchtrr of the late William and Eli/aboth Smola RosiJerseyville: five brothers. Perry|pal, she was married to Rirharrl and Louis, .Terseyville; Leonard, i Burns, who died July 12. 1927. jrafton; Claude, Dow, and Dur-j She is survived by four nieces ward, Godfrey: three sisters. Mrs. and nephews. Zella Carpunky, and Mrs. Juanita she was n member of St. Mary's ^ockard, East Alton, and Mrs.; Catholic Church, where a Req-j Anderson of East Alton. Irene McCann, Phoenix, Arix., andjuiem Mass will be read at 9 a.m. Jones of Rosewood Heights; five grandchildren: four brothers. John of Cokhvater, Kan.. Emil of! Kvansvillc. Ind.. and George ami, 1 Willard of Rideeway. 111., and two sisters, Mrs. Willarri Goforth ofi Millsloadt. III., and Mrs. Emma! The body is at Marks Mortuary.: 16 grandchildren. Two sisters and Tuesday by Rev. Fr. J o h n Wood River where friends may a brother preceded him in death. Spreen. assistant pastor of St. Cop< •all after 7 p.m. Tuesday. JERSEYVILLE — Harry A. Cope of Jerseyvillo died Sunday at 1:05 p.m. at the home of his sister. Mrs. Neil Hawkins, Godfrey, where he had been staying follow-in? a heart attack four weeks ago. ! Boniface Church. Interment will Funeral services will he held I be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends j Thursday at Marks and the burial may call at the Straube Funeral! \\-ill lie in Valhalla Cemetery in (Home tonight and the Rosary willjst Louis. be recited at 8 p.m. Jones EAST ALTON — A 515-year-old j ironworker died today at 11 a.m. Fuller Mr Cope was the son of Mr. of an apparent heart attack while and Mrs. Joseph Cope. He was w ° rki "K ° n tht ' nw "*'»'-« buii(| - Mrs. Anna Marmino died at her home, 222 Dorris St., Sunday at 6 a.m. She is the widow of Lucian Marmino who died Feb. 2, 1959. She was born Nov. 26, 1877, in Alia, Italy, and came to America when she was 18. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Marmino. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Walter Daily, Alton, and Mrs. Mary Jones, 222 Dorris St., and a son Louis W. of Alton. Mrs. Marmino had 4 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Mary Massaione and a bother, Chero Marmino, both of Alton. In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Josephine Palozzolo, and a son, Samuel. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Staten Chapel. The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 CARROLLTON — Chris Wellhausen, a farmer of Linder Township, died Sunday at 4 p.m. in Boyd Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for more than a week. Born near Kane, Oct. 16, 1881, he was a son of (he late Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wellhausen. He was married to the former Dolly Gilleland, Jan. 31, 1913. His wife died April 10, 1959. Mr. Wellhausen was a member of Providence Baptist Church and belonged to the Odd Fellows Lodge. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Martha Ballard, Greenfield; five sons, Fred, Waynesville, Mo., Dean, Keith, Raymond, and John, Carrollton; a sister, Mrs. Minnie King, Carrollton, 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral rites will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Carrollton. Burial will be in Carrollton City Cemetery. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Mehl Funeral •fome. born April 25. 1878. Mr. Cope was a 32nd degree Mason, and a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. He is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Hawkins; Mrs. Mary Tucker, Kane; Mrs. William Bates. Kane; Mrs. Lottie Clark, Jerseyville. Funeral rites will be conducted June 4 at 2 p.m. by the Rev. U. S. Randal of Kane in the Gubser Funeral Home, Jerscyville. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Interment will be in Grimes-Neeley Cemetery. inc. at Olin Mathieson on Powder Mill Road. Andrew Seihert Jones. 418 E. Lorena. Wood River, was given artifical respiration at the plant, but later was pronounced dead by Charles A. Fuller. 67. of Hardin, died Saturday evening at the Jefferson Barracks Veterans Hospital. He had been in ill health for several years hut hospitalized only one week. Mr. Fuller was a veteran of World War I. Me is survived by his wife, the former Martha Carries: two daughters. Mrs. Mildred Os- STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON the ONE place to call for money the * minute you want it Call Beneficial to get cash double-fast. Clean up leftover bills, close out time-payment accounts, take care of expenses, you-name-it! The folks at Beneficial like to say "Yes!" Why not call ... this very minute! BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM Loans $25 to $800 — Loans life-insured at low coft Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST., ALTON Phone: HOward 2-9281 • Ask for the YES MANager. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT — PHONE FOR HOURS lt«Z. BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. Former Altonian, Mrs. Sophronia Sanders, 42, died Friday morning in Milwaukee, Wis., where she had been living for the past three years. Mrs. Sanders was born in Newport, Ark.; she s the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Jordan. She is survived by her husband, ?rank, and six children, all of Milwaukee. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Nellie Taylor of Alton, and three brothers, Gentry of Alton, John ol St. Louis, and Thuman %f Chicago. The Rev. T. P. Wright will conduct funeral services at 8 p.m. tonight in Russell Chapel. Friends may call from 6 to S p.m. Burial will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Upper Alton Cemetery. IOU KNOW THAT WONDERFUL, RICH, DEEP> LONG-LASTING SUNTAN YOU GET WITH available at all (RlPriOM DRUG STOKtS NO\V— YOU CAN HAVE A LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE SUN — AWAY FROM THE BEACR, TOO I Sanders Burns EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Maymo Bums, 82, of 315 Oak St., died at 1:15 a.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where she had been a patient the past month. Born April 30. 1881 at Edwards- a company doctor. llxirn, Arizona, and Airs. Ann Jones resided in the Wood Riv-JTopen, Relleville: and a son. er-East Alton area since 1927. HelCharles Howard of Hardin. He was a member of Ironworkers bad 11 grandchildren. Also sur- Local 32H of East St. Louis. Jones bad previously complained of pains in bis head, but had not been to a doctor, a son reported. He was born at Equality, 111., on June 2, 1906, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kincheon P. Jones, who preceded him in death. On Dec. 22, 1952 he was married to Elizabeth Mae Wright in Pocabontas. Ark. He served in the Navy in World War II. Surviving are throe children by a previous marriage. Mrs. Fred J. Luce, Harrisburg, Pa., and twin son, Ronald D. and Donald D. vivini: is a brother, Phillip of Hardin. Friends may call after 3 p.m. ' today at C. C. Hanks Funeral Homo in Hardin. Funeral serv-; ices will be conducted in dian Creek Church at 4 p.m. Tuesday by Lowell Manchester. Burial will be in Indian Creek Congressman Wants Hells for 4th of July WASHINGTON O\P) — Rep. J. Kthvnrrl Roush. U-Ind., wants bells tn rins out for freedom on the Fourth of July. Roush has introduced ;l resolution j n t np House ;iir»in<; support for the idea which ho said originated with thin! snulo pupils at Franklin School, !Marion. Ind. jst. Louis. He was formerly of Alton. ] He is survived hy his widow, I the former Grace Reover of Litch- I field, and four children — Gary iDean. Litchfield; James, Ronald, 1 and Linda Kay. all of Bowling . Gvron. Also surviving are his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Pruitt of Louisiana. Mo.: four brothers. Jesse. Robert. Ronald, of Louisiana and Clifford of i Michigan: and three sisters. Mrs. 1 Kniest Mutiny, Bmvlins: Green; I Miss Mary Pruitt. and Miss Bon- I nie Pruitt of Louisatia. I Funeral services will be Wcd- | nesday at 2 p.m. in the Gerlt Funeral Home in Litchfield. ' Friends may call after '1 p.m. Tuesday. 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