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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING MONPAV. JULY 15, i«jjj t.8. te .... \KAKAcHl — Logging utiei-tiiiuiis aftfl iconstrtictiofi trf a saw fcilii In Pakistan will be paid for with a United States Joati. More than 1,000 songs an nearly 50 plays wete written o co-authored by Otto Harbach who died this year at the age o 89. OLD JUDGE COFFEE All Grinds ££| e po.^ yy C & H PURE CANE SUGAR 10 - $ 1.25 Limit One New Green APPLES Fine for Sauce or Pies 3-u».29c Home Grown TOMATOES 2 i.i- 35c FANCY HOME GROWN GOLDEN BANTAM CORN Dozen Ears U. S. Choice Beef ... Try It CHUCK ROAST . . 45c Lean GROUND BEEF . . . < 49c Fresh Home Made PORK SAUSAGE Link Style Loose L»49 C 3 » $1.00 PEARL MARKET Convenien//y Located in the Center ol Alton 835 CENTRAL AVE. FREE PARKING iB^ Obituaries Zimmerman In failing health for more than a year, Frederick C. Zimmerman, 83, of. West Alton, Mo., died Sunday at 5:30 p.m., at his home. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Burke Funeral Home followed by burial n Valhalla Memorial Park. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Zimmerman, who had farmed in the West Alton area for 40 years, was born at Grafton, Feb. 11, 1880, one of nine children of the late Mr. and Mrs. William E. Zimmerman. He was married to the former Nellie Mennemeier, In Allon, March 27, 1918. His wife; a son, Carl, West Al- .on, Mo., and two daughters, Mrs. John Bauer.Rle. 2, Brighton, and Mrs. John Moore, Afton, VIo., survive. He also leaves two irothers, Harry, Kane, nnd Ed- ,vard, Piasa Chailtauqua; a sis- er, Mrs.Kathryn Buckner, Graf- on, and nine grandchildren. A son Bernard, died July 10, 1943, in Trance. Crispi Bernard R. Crispi of 18 Gloria St., Cahokia, died at 6:59 a.m. oday in St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis, where 'he had been a )atient for eight weeks. Mr. Crispi, 49, was the husband of the former Dorothy Roloff o Iton, and the body will be brought icre for burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Holy Family Church, Cahokia. Pending time of the funeral the ody will be at Brichler Funeral Home, 2128 State St., East S Louis, where friends may ca from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today an Tuesday until 9 p.m. The Rosary will be recite< Tuesday at 8 p.m. Surviving Mr. Crispi in add ; tion to his wife are a daughtei Janine, 11; two brothers and fou sisters, al! of Detroit, except Job: Crispi, who lives in Belleville. Smith WHITE HALL —Emery Davi< Mrs. M. George Wood River, atn Sunday in Our Saviour's Hospital Jacksonville, where he had been a patient for six weeks. A lifelong resident of G r e e n County, he was born May 2, 1887 His parents were the late Mt and Mrs. John Smith. Survivors are his wife, I h e fot met 1 Ella Johnson; a son, Flet chcr, White Hall; four sisters Mrs. Ada Day, Jacksonville; Mrs Bonnie Baldwin, Tujunga, Calil Smith, 76, a retired farmer die Flora, Lincoln, Nebr., two broth ors, Donald and Carey, Rood house, and two grandchildren. Hi first wife, the former Allie Cuddy died in 1950, and two brothers Clark and Harry, also died prev iously. The body is at Dawdy Funera Home pending funeral arrange ments. Perdim SAVE ONE DOLLAR Children's Tapered Toe CANVAS ARCH-TIES • Sponge Innersoles • 12-3 • Blue • Guaranteed $ •• 00 • Reg. $2.00 * pair Men's-Women's Canvas Casuals and Ties Also Reduced. WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-0e E, BROADWAY JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Rose Perdun, wife of Lloyd Perdun of English Township, died unexpectedly Sunday at 5:40- p.m. at her home. She was 78. The former Rose Tucker, she was born Sept. 15, 1884, in Grafton. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tucker. Survivors are her husband; three sons, County Treasurer Howard (Dick) Perdun, Jerseyville, RFD; William, Aurora, and Joseph, Jerseyville; five daughters, Mrs. William Ogden, and Mrs. Clinton Crabtree, Jerseyville, RFD, Mrs. Myrl McKenna, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Lester Whittleman and Mrs. Carl Arnold, Alton; a brothei, James Tucker, Jerseyville; a sister, Mrs. Lora Gunterman, Fieldon; 24 grandchildren, and 35 great-grandchildren. A son, Arthur, died in April of 1958. Funeral rites will be conduct- Uurry . . . Complete your genuine imported today Due to an overwhelming demand by our customers, we are extending the Porcelain China Dln- nerware Promotion . . . while supplies last. Cash In on the Extra Top Value Stamps and use th« coupoi below for a 5Qc Cash Saving on any unit of Porcelain China ... but HURRY, supplies are limited. EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of any Porcelain China Unit (No. 1 thru 10) — No coupon necessary. EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of any 3 Units of Porcelain China (No. 1 thru 10) — No coupon necessary. VALUABLE COUPON 50' Off with this coupon on the purchase of any one unit of Porcelain China Dinnerware Coupon oxiilru Saturday NI el)!, July 80, 1908. Save Up to 20% Krogm—Huuieslylo or Spotlight Coffee "t 55c Buttermilk Biscuits %™ 3-1U. Imsr $1.59 3 8«ot. cans.. . Ii5o *o on--New—Pink Lotion Regular, Drip or Fine Grind Kroger Vac Pac Coffee V" 1 63c Kandu for Dishes bottle 8c Off—33-01, bottle 61o Kroger—Chocolate Iced White.or Sno White Layer Cakes **** (Regular 69c) Silver Platter—First Cut Mix or Match Kroger White Bread Ii0-oz. Luaf Sandwich Bread 1'^-lb Loal. or Sandwich or Wiener Buns 8-et. jikgs. Silver Platter Center Cut VALUABLE COUPON V 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 with thl* coupon and the purohax* of » Costello Frozen Dessert _ 69c Coupnn elplroj Wedmudnr night. Julj IT, 1963. ISM 50 Extra Top Value Stamp* with the purchase of 2 pkgrs. Kroger—Danisb Apricot Bolls, Bear Claws, or Fresh Orange Pork Chops.. Lb 49c Pork Chops Trices rood through Wednotda; nltht, July 17, 1963. Diplomat—Wafer Siloed Ham Hell—Ready To Bat Picnics Mayroso or Kwiok Krisp Sliced Wi mom ttu Hobt fa> Unit. Neat Itemi told al adverllied, U.S. No. 1 Thompson Seedless O.S. No. 1—Freedom—Biland jumbo S il»—CWJfoml* Tln»-BJp«ie<J Apricots 2 u,,. 39c Honeydews ....«„„ 69c . lu* 0.8. No. 1—Lorisc Utub Bing Cherries .. «, 39c |8.8fl for Break (Ml, Lunch, tnd Olnnir Bananas 2,,,25c 0.8. Ho. I —Horn* drown, Golden Sweet Corn .. 12^590 Jumbo 28 Sin—California Vin<-Rlp«ii«d Cantaloupes 2 for 89c Ikcluloldt ftites to p, m. Tuesday CARROLLTON Funeral services for Thomas H. Bechdoldt, 81, a retired farmer, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Simpson Funeral Home by Ihe Rev. .Robert Wagener. Burial will be ih Dayton Cemetery, South of Eldred. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. to* day. Mr. Bechloldl Was born Dec. 3, 1882, in Bluff Dale Township, a son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Bechdoldt. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sdilh Bechdoldt, Eldred; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Puckett, Cottage Hills; Mrs. Danny Foreman, Eldred, and Mrs. Thomas Akins, Noble; a son, Thomas Jr., Milapietis, Calif,, a brother, Charles, Eldred, and 13 grandchildren. ed Wednesday at 2 p.m. In Gtib- ser Funeral Home by the Rev. Howard Opperman, Alton. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Simonds JERSEYVILLE Following services at 10:30 a.m. today in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home the body of Charles Henry Simonds 83, was taken to Oak Grove Cem etery for burial. Mr. Simonds, who resided on 'ranklin Street, died Saturday a .:10 p.m. in Jersey Community -lospital. He was born March 11, 1878, al Tompkins, Mich., a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B. Simonds. His only survivors are a step- ion, Donald McAdams, Carroll- on; a step-daughter, Mrs. H. L. VIcReynolds, Everett, Wash., and nephew, Harry Simonds, Car- ollton. Hundreds tit Brer of Shter Estetle Hundreds of Altonlans visited the bier of Sister Eslelte Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital and St. Patrick's Church was filled to ca jpaclty this morning for the Solemn Requiem High Mass. Sister Estellc, who had been on the staff of the hospital for 42 years, was known to hundreds of former patients at the hospital. Some of the visitors to the hospital arrived as early as 5:15 a.m. Sunday and the crowds continued until 10 p.m. The Rev. Father Frank Westhoff, hospital chaplain, was celebrant of the Mass; the Rev. Fntlv er John Spreen, deacon, and Ihe Rev. Father Louis Sondgcroth was subdeacon. In the sanctuary were the Rev. Fathers John J. Crosson, Msgr. James Suddes, the Rev, Father William Croke, the Rev. Father J. J. Haggerly and the Rev. Father William Brertnan, St. Louis. Pallbearers were Dr. Donald Bottom, Dr. John Corbin, Dr. Richard Worcester, Dr. Hubert McCuistion, John Goolsby, and Dave Savillc. Student nurses from the hospital, in uniform, formed an honor guard at the church. Norvell Rites at First Presbyterian Funeral services for Gerald 0. Norvell, of Roxana, were conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church, Roxana, by the Rev. William Rice. Burial was in Bethel Ridge Cemetery, Atwater. Pallbearers were 0. F. Wood, Edward Plotner, Charles Andrews, John Burnette, Donald McLain and Ralph Waterfall. STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 46B-1238 Evening 466-3617 Edward H. Wille to Head Edwardsville Legion Post EDWARDSVILLE «- Edward W. Wille of 715 Sherman was elee ted cofmtiander of Edwardsville Post 199 of the American Le glon last week, to succeed Quin cy A. Nettleton Jr. Other officers elected were: Eu gene E. Wild, senior vice commander; Thomas N. Nlelson, junior vice commander; Mrs. Mildred M. Ferguson, adjutant; Emi Hessel, finance officer; Otis Metfc- ger, chaplain; Elston E. Evans, Sergeant at Arms. The newly elected officers will assume duties following an Installation by Howard Mathus, 22nd District comniandcr. Post delegates to the annual slate Legion convention, to be held in Chicago from July 31 through Aug. 4, will be: Qtilncy A. Nettleton,' Edward VV. Wille, Emil Hessel and Erwin H. Beltman. Charles Ash Riles; Burial in Valhalla Funeral services for Charles E. Ash, 1 E. llth St., were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel by the Rev. W. Freeman Privett, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were Irvin Spaulding, Warren Hoffner Sr., Warren Hoffner Jr., Pelei Kanyo, Chester Dennis, and John Gray. Quiet Bothers Cops BERLIN — German border police are said to be disturbed by the sudden lack of incidents near the famous dividing wall. Give your expandable blood to save an linexpendable American. Thoughtful Attention In Every Detail ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHALTO Senior Citizens Picilic Thursday WOOD RIVER — The annual picnic and outing of the Senior Citizens Club will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Kendall HI Park, featuring a noon day meal and social afternoon. Meat will be furnished t by the club, and those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and their own table service, Attend Convcnlti WOOD RIVER — D. McRey- ttolds, chaplain; Mrs. McRcynolds, Auxiliary president; and Mrs. T. Flanigan, represented World War I Veterans Barracks and Auxiliary at Ihe three-day convention of the Department of Illinois In Ollawa, Friday through Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wlnte, Edwardsville, were Installed commander and president of Dis trict '1 Barracks and Auxiliary during the formal ceremonies, and Ed Haug, Momence, was elected and Installed Department conv mandcr; and Mrs. Louise Suzzie I-Iighwood, Department Auxiliary president. Concession Stand Looted WOOD RIVER — A concession stand at Capri Drive In Theatre on Old St. Louis Road, was burglarized early today police reported. Entry was gained by breaking a padlock on *a rear door of the building, police said. The burglary was discovered WE INVITE COMPARISON We are proud of our Establishment, Facilities, Service nnd Moderate Costs. Heads Vets' Bureau OTTAWA, 111. (AP) - A Momence man, Edward J. Hints, has been elected commander of the Illinois Department of the Veterans of World War I. Haug was elected Sunday to succeed Fred Whlllock of 1 East St. Louis. Tony C, Robinson of Peoria was elected senior vice commander and Clyde Miller of Mount Carmel was named junior vice commander. Mrs. Loulso Suzzle of Evfinstort was elected president of the women's auxiliary to succeed Mrs. Rose Ruark of Silvls. The Illinois Department selected Springfield as (lie site for Its lf)64 convention, hut no date was More ilinn 1,000 persons attended the four-day ninth nnmlfll state convention In Ottawa which was highlighted by a two-hour parade Saturday. KHARTOUM — Sudan's biggest bnnk will sell stock publicly. this morning by a clean-up man. Paul Glassbrenncr, 409 E. Eighth St., Alton, Is operator of the outdoor theatre. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHONE DU 4-5001 BETHALTO RIGGI DRUG MON.-TUES.-WED. Lovely Home Grown TOMATOES 3 ,„, 590 They cat Rood 11 California White SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 „,, 390 CALIFORNIA LEMONS 1.8 ,or 490 CABLOAD. SALE Round Blncli Diamond WATERMELONS All Sizes At Low Prlcei BROADWAY MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway Get a Beautiful 5x7" Picture of Your Baby FOR ONLY (AGES 0 THRU i YEARS) ALL WEEK TUESDAY Thru SATURDAY JULY 16th Thru JULY 20th Every Day 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. • No Appointment Needed • No Waiting • No Glaring Lights • Photographers Hours 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Photographs arc made with sensational all automatic camera designed for child photos. There's no glaring lights or waiting for baby to stop moving, You See No Proof Only Finished Picture Choose any ono of several completely finished photographs . . . all different poses , . . for only 3UC. You will not bo urged to buy. One child In any one family will bo photographed at 30o for the first picture. Kuch additional child under six years, $1.00 for the first picture, NATIONAL FOOD STORES 504 DELMAR N, ALTON ONLY if SAVINGS For NATIONAL FOOD STORES 504 DELMAR—NORTH ALTON 337 E. 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