Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 Obituaries Thomas Corinth, Miss., to Ralph No»l. Sin viving beside her husband land father are four halt brothers and sisters. Marian Godik and Mrs. Vir ginia Machka, Detroit; two brothers. Cody, Alton, and Kent Los Angeles; a sister, Mrs Kmma Renvis, Rib Lake, Wis. four The body is at. Stnlen Chapel j Rohc] ,, Cor , nt . an . \\-hcre friends may call nfter; 7 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be con- dueled Saturday at 10 a.m. in Hie chapel. Hurial will be in Hose Lnvvn Memory Gardens, | Raymond HUNKKR HILL —Mrs. Martha Raymond. 90. died at 5 a.m. today in the Carlinville Area Hospital. She was lh n widow of William H. Raymond. She was born .lime :?S. 1S72. in Brighton Town- THOMAS OBIT—WITH 1-COT, Cut George J. Thomas, insurance find bond counselor, died at his apartment, 1115 Washington Avo., ;it 1:15 am. today. Mr. Thomas, fraternal and civic leader, had brrn ill more than M year, and twice was hospitalized. Mr. Thomas had born an insurance and bond counselor for 40 years. A few years ago. he sold the general business of the company he had founded but continued as counselor and maintained his offices in the Commercial Building. For '2- years, he lind resided at 910 MeKinley Blvd. and five years aco moved to the apartment. , shjp nnfj wnp (hp daughter of Mr. He was l>oni in Alton Dec. S. lan d Mrs. Herman Lucking. IS!);.', n son of the late Mr. and! ^rs. Raymond is survived by Mrs. Joseph Thomas. As A young: Wo daughters. Mrs. Nellie Miller man he managed the Royal Shot? o ( \Voodhurn. and Mrs. Anna Store on Piasa street. He later \Veisen burger of E n g Ic w o o d became an insurance salesman. Calif.: two sons, Wilford of Bell and then founded his own busi- Calif,, and Car! of Woodburn ness in which he achieved out- ;)IK j ., brother. Charles of Bun standing success. , |< cr Hill. She had seven grand He was married June 19, 1919. to Miss Grace Sworts of Alton. He rose to leadership in the insurance-bond field, and served as president of Illinois State Insurance Assn. and was a leader in the Black Cats Assn., an organization of accident insurance representatives. He was a member i of Toastmasters. Bunker Hill at 3 p.m. Intermen Mr. Thomas was a member of j will be in Woodburn Cemetery, the Knights of Columbus since his young manhood, and for many years served at financial secretary of Alton Council. He also was an officer in the K. of C. grandchildren and grandchildren. His foui par- ietils were Hie late Mr. and Mrs. World War I veterans of Alton Barracks 986 will meet at Wash- ngton Square shopping center at 7 p.m. today to go in a body to the funeral home. Talley children and seven great-grand children. Friends may call at the Jacoby Wise Funeral Home, Bunker Hill after 6 p.m. Saturday until 2 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Rober Humerickhouse and the Rev. Cat- Moore will conduct the Berean Baptist services Church of Stone Fourth Degree. While a member of Old Cathedral Parish, he served as an officer of the Holy Name Society and of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Since moving to Washington avenue, he had been a member of St. Patrick's Parish, and a member of the Holy Name Society there. He also was a member of the White House Retreat League. As secretary of (he trustees of St. Patrick's Cemetery. Mr. Thomas was a leader in the program for improvements, for construction of the roadway from State street, and for the establishment of perpetual care system. In recent months he has been a member of the board of Loretto Home, and has aided in the program of improvements at the home for women. Surviving are his widow; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Bremmerman of St. Louis, and a brother, Edward of Encino, Calif. The body will be at Staten chapel, after 10 a.m., Sunday. The Rosary will be recited at the chapel at 8 p.m. Sunday. The funeral will be Monday with a Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Walker Mrs. Mary Jane Walker, 77, of Advance, Mo., mother of Cletus and Truman Walker, and Mrs. Elvin Proffer, East Alton, and Mrs. Howard Cooper, Cottage Hills, died unexpectedly Thursday at Albuquerque, N. M., where she had been visiting a son. In addition to her area children she is survived by five other children. The body has been returned to Advance for services Monday at JKRSKYVILLE—Mrs. Csrrie Nancy Stone, widow of John Stone, died Thursday at 8:50 p.m. in Garnett Nursing Home. She was 92. She was born April 1, 1874, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Locke. Her only survivor is a niece, who resides in Kansas City. The body is at Jacoby Bro c . Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday 1:30 p.m. by the Rev. Mode Powell in the funeral home. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Jones Marion Wayne Jones, 48, died Thursday at his home near Hamburg, in Calhoun County. He had seen ill since February. A son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones, he was born Aug. 18, 191' in Calhoun County, and with exception of a period during Work War II when he resided in Alton and worked at Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., had resided ai of his life in the Hamburg area. Surviving in addition to his parents are his wife, the former Arie Howland; three daughters, Mrs Linda Sibley and Kampsville, and Marian Jones, June Marie, Hamburg; four sons, Billy, Rex Gregory, and Darrell, all at home; a brother, Leo Jones, Wilsonville, and five sisters, Mrs, Dolores Howland, Belleview; Mrs. lone Stauffer, Alton; Mrs. Leone Lemmon, Pittsfield; Mrs. Bessie Webster, Michael, and Mrs. Caro Spears, Carlinville. Two brothers Robert Lee, and Arthur Percival preceded him in death. Funeral rites will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in Hillcrest Baptist Church Calhoun County. Burial will be in Poore Cemetery. '2 p.m. in the Advance Baptist Church. Burial will be in Memorial Park there. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Morgan Funeral |will he taken to the church. Home in Advance, where friends may call after 5 p.m. Saturday. CARLINVILLE — Herbert. Henry Talley, a retired barber, died Thursday at 5:45 p.m. in Carlinville Area He was 72. He was born April -1. 18!)1, in Crittendon, Ky., and had resided at Chesterfield before moving to Cnvliiiville area. He had operated a barber shop in Chesterfield for a number of years. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Pearl Talley; four daughters, Mrs. Margaret Wiesc, Trout Run, Pa.. Mrs. Judy Wheeler and Mrs. Loretto Marko, Carlinville, and Miss Joyce Tnlley, Clayton, Mo., three sons, Herbert Jr., Reseda, Calif., William, Kvansville, Ind., and John, Charlotte, N.C., four brothers, Harley, Kansas City, Mo., Ross, Harrisburg; Elbridge, Pontiac, Mich., and Ambrose, Zephyr Hills, Fla., a sister, Mrs. Lydia Franklin, Kansas City, Kan., and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Wiese-Anderson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mayfield Memorial. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph Newhard, Cook Co., through by its •\lton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Bid. Affil. Fund 8.26 Broad SI 14.35 Bullock 13.66 Capit. Shrs 10.90 Divid Shrs 3.46 Fid. Cap R.7S Fid. Fund 16.30 Fid. Tr Fund Inv Keystone K-2 . Keystone S-4 . Mass. Tr Mass. Grth. ... Nation W Sec. Nat. Invcs. ... Tevev. El 14.35 9.87 5.24 4.34 14.97 8.23 22.98 15.56 7.64 Asked 8.93 15.51 14.97 11.95 3.80 9.51 17.62 15.60 10.84 5.73 4.74 16.36 8.99 24.86 16.82 8.33 Dugger Tina Lee Dugger, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dugger of 310 Albers Place, Bethallo, died shortly after Dirth Thursday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Surviving beside her parents ire a brother, John, 3; a sister, Vicki, 5; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen 3ay, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dugger, ferseyville. Interment took place in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens follow- ng rites at 10:30 a.m. today in Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto. The Rev. Leo Copeland, pas- Wheat Jul Sep tor of Bethalto Methodist Church, officiated at the rites. Hardeastle CARROLLTON — John Hardcastle, a retired farmer, collapsed and died this morning while mowing grass at his home here. He was pronounced dead by a doctor at his home at 10:30 a.m. Among survivors are a daughter, Margaret, Carrollton; a son, Robert, St. Louis, and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Sterl, Abelene, Kans. The neral rites. body is at Simpson Fu- Home pending funeral Rites Conducted For Autenreib Infant EDWARDSVILLE — Graveside services morning were conducted this by Rev. Father John The body will be at the Jones residence where friends may call until noon Sunday when the body Noel Cochran Funeral services for Clyde H. Cochran. 70, of Hettick, a for- In failing health for a year, j mer Shell Oil Co. employe, will Mrs. Helen Eileen Noel, wife ofibe conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. Ralph Noel, died at 4 p.m. in Stults Funeral Home, Pal- Thursday in Alton Memorial i myra, by the Rev. Clarence Hospital. She was 42. | Clark. Mrs. Noel had been hospital-! Burial in Valhalla Memorial Ized several times since the beginning of her illness and had last entered the hospital nine day ago. Before her illness she hod worked as a wool presser in cleaning shops in the area and for the past year had operated a gift shop on East Broadway. She was a member of the Laundress Union of St. Louis. The former Helen Eileen Chumley, she was born April 28, 1921, in East St. Louis. Her parents were Laverne and the late Mrs. Chumley. She hiul resided in Alton since childhood and attended the Alton .schools. Park will be under auspices of Palmyra Lodge 463. AF&AM. | Mr. Cochran, a former resi- jdonl of Alton, died Thursday at 3 a.m. in Carlinville Area Hospital where he had been taken following ;i heart attack suffered at his home about midnight. Afler retiring from Shell Oil I Co., Mr. Cochran had farmed | for a while in the Hettick area. He was known to Shell Oil em- She was married I960 at KAGKK TO SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE MODERATE CHARGES ployes "Blackie." A World War Cochran was a I veteran, Mr. member of Alton Barracks 986, World War I Veterans, and belonged to Palmyra Lodge, AF&AM., and was a member of the Shrine, Ainad Temple. He is survived Donald, Hettick, Alton; two by two sons, and Melvin, daughters, Mrs Pledged To Per/eclion In Every Service Spreen, assistant pastor of St Boniface Church, for Yvonne Autenreib, infant daughter of John and Lois Harmon Auten reib of 605 N. Kansas St. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery and the Straube Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements The infant, who died at 1:45 a.m. Thursday at Belleville Me morial Hospital, was born Apri 19, 1963 at St. Joseph's Hospital Highland. In addition to the parents, slip is survived by two brothers Matthew John and Vincent Andrew; paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Max Autenreih, anc maternal grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Harmon, all of Ed wardsville. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis | NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Ill.j (AP) — (USDAl — Hogs 8,000; barrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ib 17.25-65; 25 head around 220 Ib 17.75; 2-3 240-270 11) 16.50-17.50; few 270-290 Ib 15.75-16.75; 1-2 150170 Ib 15.50-16.75; sows 1-2 275 350 Ib 14.50-15.00; 350-400 Ib 13.7514.75; 2-3 400-650 Ib 12.75-13.75; boars bulk 11.00-12.50; few 12.75. Cattle 300; calves 75; steers choice 1,125 !b 23.00; cows utility commercial 14.50-16.00; few 16.50; good and choice vealers 25.0029.00; individual choice 30.00; good and choice calves 19.0025.00. Sheep 300; not enough for market; few good choice spring lambs 22.00-23.00. News of Grains Futures Are Mixed CHICAGO (AP)—The grain futures market settled into a narrowly mixed range in the early afternoon today after having veered from firm to easier early transactions on the Board of Trade. Brokers said the dealings appeared to be largely toward balancing commitments for the weekend. The firmness was credited more ;o lack of offerings than to any significant demand. Most of that business appeared to have been done after prices had declined slightly from the season highs posted by some months at the opening. Estimated carlot receipts were corn 127, oats 1, barley 14, soy- Deans 6 and wheat and rye none. CHICAGO (AP)— Prev. close News of Stocks Motors Active NEW YORK (API—Motors were irregular hut very active in a mixed stock market this afternoon. Trading was brisk. Volume for the day was estimated at about the same as Thursday's 1.99 million shares. Gains and losses of key stocks Naval Officials Not Worried by Red Overflights were generally a point or so. from fractions to Chrysler ronlinued under heavy selling pressure by and the stock was Ford, regarded as market, attracted profit takers off about 2 "behind the enthusiastic High Low Close l.SG'/i 1.85% l.S6'/z 1.85% 1.S8 1 /, 1.87% 1.88 1.87% Vlar May : C.PRM Jul Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jul Sep Dec Mar May Rye 1.93'/o 1.92% 1.93% 1.95V6 1.93% 1.95% 1.93% 1.89% 1.88M 1.89% 1.88% 1.24 7 s 1.24% 1.247« 1.24% 1.2294 1.2214 1.22% 1.22V4 1.17 1.1614 1.16% 1.16% 1.20 1.1914 1.19% 1-19% 1.22V 8 1.21% 1.21% 1.22% .67% .68% .70 7 /g .72 .71% .66% .67% .70% .71% .71% .67% .68% .70% .72 .71% .66% .677s .70% .71% .71% 1.28% 1.27% 1.28% 1.27% 1.29% 1.28% 1.29 1.29 1.32% 1.31% 1.32 1.32% 1.34% 1.33% 1.34% 1.33% Jul Sep Dec Mar May Soybeans Jul 2.61% 2.60% 2.60% 2.60% Aug 2.61% 2.60% 2.60% 2.60% Sep 2.55% 2.54% 2.54% 2.54% Nov 2.53% 2.52% 2.52% 2.53 Jan 2.57% 2.56 2.56% 2.56% Mar 2.59% 2.58% 2.59% 2.59 May 2.61% 2.61% 2.61% 2.61% buying and rose more than a point. American Motors, up a fraction, and Studebaker, which was steady, also were heavily traded. General Motors was relatively less active and eased. Tobaccos continued generally lower but showed signs of growing support. Philip Morris and Reynolds Tobacco were about unchanged while fractional losses were shown by Liggett & Myers, American Tobacco, and Lorillard. Sugars began a ragged recovery from the latest gust of selling. Holly Sugar gained nearly a point and Great Western a fraction while Central Aguirre was firm. Slightly lower were American Sugar and South Puerto Rico Sugar. Polaroid ran up 8 points or ry Rand, at its high for year, was a fractional gainer, improving a rise of % at 14% on block of 7,500 shares. Philips Petroleum and Great A&P added fractions on blocks exceeding 4,000 shares. Western Union, down more than a point in early trading following an adverse report from a brokerage house, erased the loss and edged to the upside. General Dynamics, Smith-Doug- ast, and American Home Products rose more than a point each. American Stock Exchange prices were mixed in moderate .rading. Corporate and U.S. government bonds were mixed. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2;30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 123, General Motors 71%. Olin 82V 2 Shell Oil 42%, Sinclair Oil 44% (Ind.) U. S ANKARA — Industrial bank loans are rising sharply in Tur key. BRUSSELS — Belgian exports through Luxembourg are at a rec ord high and still climbing. Granite City Steel 29%, Mathieson 41%, Owens-Ill. Socony 68%. Standard Oil 49%, "standard (NJ) 68%, Steel 49%, Sears 89%. Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements L Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. 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Schoech said he was led up with people who have concluded that because Russian bombers have flown over U.S. carriers six times in the last year, the carrier is now worthless as a weapon. In the latest incident six twinjet medium range Russian bombers flew over the carrier Ranger 330 miles east of Japan last Tuesday. The admiral pointed out that the Ranger was traveling nonstop from Japan to the United States via the northern Great Circle route, t hat thousands of people in Japan and the United States knew when she was leav- rig and when she was arriving and that she was making no ef- Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)-Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 27-28, A medium 23-24, A small 1718, B large 26-27, wholesale grades, standard 25-26 1 /-., unclassified farm run 24-25, checks 201. Hens, heavy 15-16, light over 5 Ibs 10-11, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commercial broilers and fryers 17. 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