Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPtf Obituaries Shcalian Mrs. fcebpfah Sheahatt, 81, wife of Dr. tedwfrt fchenhnn of Attatita, Ga., died this morning In Barnes Hospital, St. LftulS. She became ill while vlslllng a daughter, Deborah Sheahan, at Godfrey, and entered the St. Louis Hospital Monday. The former Deborah, Martin, she was born at Godfrey, March 1, 1882. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, former well known area residents. Mrs. Sheahan, a registered nurse, attended the Alton schools, and before her marriage had practiced nursing In th£ area. She was married to Dr. Sheahan In 1936. Her husband practiced medicine In St. Louis for 36 years before moving to Atlanta some four years ago. Survivors beside her husband and daughter, Deborah, are another daughter, Mrs. David Lauderdale, Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Page and Mrs. Sarah Henneberger, SV Louis County; two brothers, George Martin, Alton, and Wlllium, Colorado, and r Location — World Wide By Association ALTON-WOOD RIVul BETHALTO n grandchild. The body Is at Gent Chapel ponding funeral arrangements. Lawscm WHITE HALL - Mrs. Mary (Mnmle) Lawson, widow of L. L. Lawson, died Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. In Hilltop Haven Nursing Home. She was 81. Survivors are two sons, Harold L, Milnes and Howard Lawson White Hall; three daughters, Mrs Helen fthemus, Granite Cltyi Mrs. Marcella Roberts, Fatrvlew and Mrs. Bernadlne Hall, While Hall; a step-son William Lawson Alton; a sister, Mrs. Eva Slt- ton, Roodhoiise; 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The body Is at Dawdy Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. aughtets, Mrs. Wllma tftub- chor and Mra. Ray Crane, Alon, Mrs. Andrew Northcutl ind Mrs. John Barcelona,, Godrey; Mrs, Robert Bryant, Birchwood, Wis., and Mrs. Floyd Stephens, darllhvllle; a ion, Verne, Godfrey! 33 grand- ihlldren, and 43 great-grandchildren. Four children, two listers and five tfrbtherq f>re- eded him in death. Two soils lied in infancys one was killed n action In World War It, and another lost his life in an industrial accident. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. In Gent Chapel by the Rev. J. W. Jordan, pastor of First Christian Church. Burial will be in tipper Alton Cemetery. Friends may visit the chapel after 2 p.m. Friday. Baldwin Albert L. Baldwin of 2453 Seminary, a retired Union Elec' trie Co., employe, died Wednesday at 8:45 p.m. in Macoupln Nursing Home, Carlinville. He had been In ill health for three years and a patient in the nursing home for two days. He was born Oct. 2, 1881, at Ashland, and before moving to Alton three years ago, had resided at Hcttick. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin attended the Ashland schools and was a member of First Christian Church, Ashland. He was married Dec. 24, 1901, at Jacksonville, to the former Rose Tush. He retired from Union Electric Co. in 1947. Surviving arc his' widow; six ROBERT J. SHI RACK ; Services 10:00 a.m. Friday at St. Michael's Church, Beltrees. Burial iri< St. Patrick's Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. Rosary recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. ALBERT L BALDWIN Services 1 p.m. Saturday in the Chapel Rev. J. W. Jordan officiating Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery In state at the Chapel after 2 p.m. Friday. DEBORAH M. SHEAHAN Arrangements pending Field is EDWARDSV1LLE - Requiem mass will be offered at 9 a.m. alurday at St. Mark's Church n Venice for Arthur Peter Fields, 17, Democratic member of the Madison County Board of Review, >vho died Wednesday morning. Interment will be in Calvary cemetery near Edwardsvllle. The body is at Lahey Funeral Home, Madison, where friends may call his evening. Fields, who had been In ill leallh the past six months, col- apscd Wednesday morning at ils home in Venice and was pro- lounced dead on arrival at St. lizabeth's Hospital In Granite City. A Venice resident the past 65 •ears, he had been employed as representative of a graphite products firm for 28 years. He vas a native of East St. Louis. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. D atriciu Fields, three sons and wo daughters, all of Venice, and two brothers and two sisters. Fields was a member «f St. Mark's Church at Venice, the Tri-City Knights of Columbus Council, Venice-Madison Ameri- tlioiitpsmt In Chicago Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Thompson will go to Chicago Friday to attend funeral serv* ices for Tom Thompson, a brother of Mr, Thompson. Rites will be Saturday In Chicago. Tom Thompson died Monday following a lohg Illness. He had resided in Alton before moving to Chicago. Surviving besides his brother, Nathaniel, are his mother, Mrs, Ethel Thompson, and a brother, Lacey, Chicago. Requiem High Mass For Mrs. Nowaski < A Requiem High Hass was sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, for Mrs. Agnes Nowaski, wife of Walter Wowaski of South Roxana. The Rev. Father E. J. Douglas was celebrant of the Mass and the Rev. Father Robert Rehcrt, assisted by the Rev. Father Thomas Manning, officiated at committal rites in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Pallbearers were Charles Jur- gcvich, Joe Rothe, Leroy Lyerla, Adolph Otto, Joseph Kennedy, and Lawrence Cunningham. *%* INVEST? and maybe lose my sliirt! > EXTRA CHARGE FOR TRUNK? LINCOLN, 111, — "Tobey," a six- month-olcl circus elephant arrives in a taxicab to visit Kenneth McCray, 10- year-old polio victim and 50 of his young friends. At right are "Happy" Bayze, circus clown, and Larry Tucker, trainer of the elephant. (AP Wirephoto) Post, Granite City and Venice Lions can Legion Elks Club :iub. He had served as member of County Board of Review for seven of the past 14 years and began a new two-year -term, last month. ' '•• to, Oct. 19, 1889. She was married to A. T. Rogers June 11, 1949. Surviving in addition to her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Etta Mae Feldwisch Webber, Alton; a brother, Oscar Young, Edwardsville; a sister, Mrs. George Harmening, Clearwater, Fla., .who has been In Alton for six weeks attending her sister; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She also leaves 18 nieces and nephews. The Rev. W. Freeman Privett, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, will conduct funeral services Saturday at. 10:30 a.m. in Streeper Funeral Home. Burial will be in Bethalto City Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Friday. Rogers Beesaw Services At Grafton Church JERSEYVILLE — Funeral ervices for Mrs. Lydia Beesaw, ,vife of Charles Beesaw, Grafton, l be conducted Friday at 2 p. m. in the Assembly of God Church raflon. Burial will be in Hart- ord Cemetery. Visitation hours at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home will be from 2 p.m. oday until noon Friday when the iody will be taken to the church. Mrs. Besaw, 73, was the daugh- er of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mrs. Malinda A. Rogers, wife of A. T. Rogers of 1203 Willard St., died Wednesday in Main Street Nursing Home. She had been ill for two years and had been a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital before entering the nursing home a week ago. Mrs. Rogers had lived in Alton for 60 years, coming here with her parents the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Young, from Bethalto, at the age of 13. She was a longtime member of Cherry Street Baptist Church and belonged to Marguerite Camp, Royal Neighbors of America. Mrs. Rogers was born at Bethal- WHITE HALL — James W. Ward, a former resident of Walkerville, died Wednesday at 4 p.m. at his home in Jerseyville. Mr. Ward, 79, was a retired farmer. He was the father of five area children. His wife, the former Elizabeth Pence; four daughters, Mrs. Hilda \ McGlasson, Los Angeles Calif., Mrs. Alice Baze, Mrs. Lil lian Kirgan, Jerseyville and Mrs Delia Betz, Alton and four sons Lorenzo, Godfrey, Leonard, Lor en and Paul, Alton, survive. Hi also leaves a brother, Fred, Whit Hall; 39 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren. Pending arrangements for thi funeral the body will be Dawdj Funeral Home. Radius Patton. Flourished Gun, Gets Year and $500 Fine EDWARDSVIILE — A 24-year.gun, but left the house without old Alton man who allegedly pointed a loaded revolver and threatened two Alton rural residents, Tuesday, was fined $500 and sentenced to one year in the county jail. However, $400 of the fine was remiiited and the jail sentece was susupended Wednesday. harming members of the family, sheriff's deputies said. BANGKOK — Firestone will borrow from the Export-Import Bank to build a plant in Thailand. Russians are exporting television sets. Lottmaii Funeral to Be in St. Louis Funeral services for Lottman Jr., of 4926 Wren St., St. ,ouis, will be conducted Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in St. Alderbert Church, St. Louis. Friends may call at Buchholz Mortuary, 5967 W. Florissant, St. Louis, after 4 p.m. today. Mr. Lottman, whose widow is the former Mary Catherine Davey of Alton, died Tuesday in DePaul Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. Harry Wyss Burial In Alton Cemetery Following services at 10 a.m. today in Gent Chapel the body of Harry Wyss was taken to Alton Cemetery for burial. The Rev. Father Frank Westhoff officiated at the rites. James S. Bock of Alton pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated assault before Justice of the Peace Earl Vuagniaux Wednesday and was ordered to pay $100 of the $500 fine and was August]given a one-year suspended jail sentence. Chief Deputy Sheriff George Ra- mach said the man entered the home of a friend, Ronnie Bunsen of Rural Route 1, Alton, Tuesday and asked "to see his friend's gun.' When Bunsen produced the gun and two cartridges, Bock loaded the revolver, cocked the hammer and pointed it at Bunsen, sheriff's deputies related. Later Bunsen's wife arrived and the pair went to another home, leaving Bock alone. Bock went to the home of Henry Bloodworth of Rte. 1, Alton, and was admitted by Mrs. Bloodworth Inside the house Bock flourished a pistol and sent the two Blood worth children to the bedroom deputies reported. The man demanded beer anc searched the house another MILNOT NOT WITH THIS BLUE CHIP! Money invested at Piasa is not only insured, it earns many benefits: • 4.6% current annual dividend • Dividends compounded quarterly • Money in by the 20th earns from the 1st • Dividends paid consecutively for over 75 years These are some solid, blue-chip reasons why your money earns more money—more often at Piasa. Why settle for less? Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? 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