Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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PAGfc THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, 1» 1963 Obituaries fwrtH 26 Dorr Mrs. Lydia Dorr, Widow of Df. Charles Dorr, died Saturday at 6:25 p.m. in Community Memorial Hospital, Staunton, after an illness of two years. Mrs. Dorr, 77, was born Nov. 17, 1885, in Worden. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dornsies. She was married to Dr. Doi Oct, 17, 1906. Her husband die in 1945. Mrs. Dorr was a. member < Trinity Lutheran Church and b longed to the church Aid Socii ty, the Missionary Society and I tlie Bible Class. Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Elmer Behine and Mrs. VVoi den Anderson, Worden; a broil er, Edwin Dornsies Tafton. Pa six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A sister and brother preceded her in death. Funeral rites will be h e 1 Tuesday at 2 p.m. in W o r d e i Lutheran Church followed by bur ial in the church cemetery. The body is at Williamson Fun eral Home where friends may cal after 4 p.m. today and until noot Tuesday when the body will be taken to the church. Requiem Mass Sung Lawton CARLINVILLE — A retired school teacher, Mrs. Emily M. Laxton, died Sunday in a Carlinville nursing home at the age of 100. The former Emily Cochron, she was born March 29, 1863, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Cochran. A granddaughter, Mrs. Melvina Morris, resides in Alton. Other survivors are six great-grandchi! dren, and four great-great-grancl children. Funeral rites will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Brookshier Memorial Home, Carlinville. Burial will be in Bacon Cemetery, near Carlinville. Friends m^y call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. A Solemn Requiem High Mass was sung at 9 a.m. today in SI Patrick's Church for Daniel M Fitzgerald, 90, of 1104 Pearl St, The Rev. Father Frank West- hotf was celebrant of the Mass; the Rev. Father David Peters, deacon, and the Rev. Father John P. Dolack, sub-deacon. Father Peters officiated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Mike, John and William Fitzgerald and Thomas Kulp, grandsons, Dave Fitzgerald, a nephew, and Raymond Hanahan. .WANTS BACHELORHOOD LONDON—A bachelor vicar has called on the Church of England to forbid marriage of clergymen under the age of 30. An average of 114,000 veterans daily receive hospital care from the Veterans administration. Rites Conducted For Miss Monks Funeral services for Miss Anna Monks were conducted at 9 a.m. today in SS. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church by the R Rev. Msgr. James Haggerty. Tl' Rev. Peter Bertoldo officiated a committal rites in St. Patrick' Cemetery. Pallbearers were Anthony Cr: vello, William Roller, H. J. Ma oy, Joseph Broderick, Al Spring man. and Joseph M. Monks. C. D. Kellenberger Funeral Tuesday Funeral services for Charles D sellenbergcr, retired Millers luttial Association executive, wil e conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m i St. Patrick's Church. Buria ill be in St. Joseph's Cemetery The body is at Saten Chape /here friends may call after 2 .m. today. The Rosary will be ecited at 8 p.m. today at the lapel. A son, Lt. Col. Robert E. Kel- 'nberger of Honolulu, Hawaii, as expected to arrive today to ttend the funeral. Dog Population in Alton Is Declining Further reduction in Alton's canine population is indicated by the sale thus far of city dog licenses. Total of 1,471 licenses were issued up to the end of June, and City Treasurer M. 0. Elliott estimated today that this was about 300 under the figure at the cor- .•esponding time a year ago. Last year a total of 2,147 dog icenses were issued, and the to- al was less than for the immed- ately previous year. Soldier* Seven Teenagers Hurt in Crash on Kte, 66 EDWARDSVILLE - A Ft. Wood soldier was seriously injured and seven teenagers suffered minor injuries in n two-car automobile accident, about 2 a.m. today on Rte. (ifi. about a mile and a half south of the overpass of Rte. 143, when an automobile was struck by another car attempting to pass. Michael Maichle of Milwoukee, Wis., was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland and is reported today to be in "satisfactory" condition. Treated for minor injuries at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, ind released were: William Cata- ano, 18, driver of one car; Linda 1'aber, 15; her brother, Thomas raber, 16; Carolyn White 18; Ron- Decker Buys Lewis-Clark Restaurant EAST ALTON - The Lewis- 'lark Restaurant on U.S. All. (57 operated by the L-C Hiway House Inc., was sold today to Clarence H. Decker, president of the Lewis ind Clark Really Co. Announcement of the sale was made at a meeting of employes of the restaurant this morning. Decker purchased the interests of Hugh Finnegan and Paul Berra. Decker announced that Michael 'adelli, formerly of the Holiday Inn organization, will be the general manager; Louis Oehler, also urmerly of the Holiday fnn or- janizaiion, will manage t h e ounge; Gloria Doech will be supervisor of waitresses and banquet manager and Mona Elling- on will serve as evening supervisor and bookkeeper. Decker also announced that al ourly employes will be given an ncrease in pay and al! with one ear's service will be given veeks vacation pay. The restaurant, largest a n ewest in the area, has been peration for a little more thar ne year. aid Jennings, 16; Bill Scott, 16; and Adrian McClellan, 15. All except the McClellan girl who is from Cairo, were Edwnrdsville residents. Milton Wright Jr., 20, of Glen Ellyn, III., driver of the car which struck the Catalano auto, apparently escaped injury. Maichle was a passenger in the car driven by Wright. Both cars were traveling south at the time of the accident, po lice said. Wright and Maichle, both stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. were believed to have been returning to the Army base at the time of the accident, according to retxjrt of investigating state police. Stomachs Emptied. Two young Wood River sisters' stomachs were pumped after they drank water from a glass that had previously contained a n I spray Sunday night. Rose, 8. and Mary, 5, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeFranco. 914 Willow St. were treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. LIMA — Most of the food imports into Pent now are wheat. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose fnlsa teeth (slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. Just sprinkle n little T'ASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more llrmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's my, go ulkull nc.( non-acid). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. 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