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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING Obituaries Hosey Hubert L. Hose! of 1611 Lincoln St., plant supervisor at Alton tiflck Co., died at 7:50 a.m. today 5n St. Joseph's Hospital where he had been a patient since July 18. Me was 61. Ail employe of the brick company for 40 years, Mr. Hosey hafl Worker until noon of the day he entered the hospital. Before moving to (he Lincoln Street home, four years ago, he had lived on East Delmar road for 25 years. He was born in Calhoun County, Sept. 5, 1901. a son of the late Edward Hosey and Mrs. Mary Hosey of Godfrey. He attended the Graf ton schools and was a member of SS. Peter & Paul's Parish. Survivors are his wife, the for mer Mayme Mennemeier of Wes Alton, Mo., to whom he was mar ried March 4, 1930, in Alton; f daughter, Violet, a son, Virgil and his mother. Funeral services will be con ducted Thursday at 9 a.m. in SS Peter & Paul's Church followed by burial in St. Patrick's Ceme tery. The body is at Gent Chape Where friends may call after p.m. Wednesday. The Rosary will be recited Wed nesday at 8 p.m. 2 p.m. Thursday. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Walter C. Burk. Interment will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Caldwell Walker CARROLLTON — Mrs. Blanche Walker, wife of Ada Lee Walker of Berdan, died unexpect edly Monday at 10:45 p.m. a her home. The former Ada Garrison, she was born Oct. 22, 1892, in Jersey County. She had resided in Ber dan for 35 years. Mrs. Walker was a member of Berdan Community Club and Berdan Baptist Church. Surviving beside her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Leona Vandergriff and Mrs. Blanche Ruyle, Carrollton; three sisters, • Mrs. Ada Bell Gill, Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs. Mildred Shaw, Nebo, and Mrs. Aleta Evans, Carrollton; two brothers, Raymond, Nebo, and Roy, Jerseyville and a grandson.- Funeral rites will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Berdan Baptist Church. The body is at Mehl. Funeral Home where friends may call after 10 a.m. Wednesday and luitil noon Thursday when the body will be taken to the ('church. Stone Mrs. Dora f Stone, 65, was pronounced dead on arrival at 9:30 a.m. today at Wood River Township Hospital. She died of an apparent heart attack. Mrs. Stone resided at 15 W. Penning, Wood River. She was born Nov. 12, 1897 in Labelle, Mo., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shinn. She moved to Wood River in 1925. She was married to Frank Henry who died in 1943. In 1949, she married Byron Stone. She is a member of the First Baptist Church of Wood River. Surviving are her husband Byron; one son, Hoy I Henry o) Hot Springs, Ark.; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Verna Gates of Wood River, Mrs. Frankie Smitl of Roxana, Mrs. Dorothy Wolverton of Villa Grove, and Mrs. De laine Mumbower of Toledo, Ohio 1 two brothers, Charles of St Charles, Mo., and Chester o Fitchburg, Mass.; and one sister Mrs. Jett Porter of Long Beach Calif. She was preceded in death by a sister and a brother. Fr i e n d s may call at Mark Mortuary after 6 p.m. Wednesdaj until the time of the funeral a STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON EDWARDSVILLE — E. Mer rit Caldwell, 58. of 10212 Lilac Drive, Bellefontaine Neighbors St. Louis County, formerly of Edwardsville, died at 7:30 p.m Monday in the office of a St Louis County physician, appar ently of a heart attack. General freight agent for the C.E.&I. Railroad for 39 years he had also formerly lived in Birmingham, Ala. Born Dec. 30, 1904 at Illiopolis, 111., a son of the late Nathan M, and Margaret May Touhey Caldwell, he was married Sept. 7 1926 to Marguerite Whltcomb, ,vho survives. Also surviving Is a son, Earl L. Caldwell of Jennings, Mo.; two brothers, Lloyc L. Caldwell of Dayton. Ohio and John Amos Caldwell of Sil ver Springs, Md.; and one grandchild. He was a member of Edwards ville Lodge 99 AF&AM, Ed wardsville Lodge 667 OES, the Traffic Club of Greater St Louis, the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks and the National Defense Transportation Association. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Edwardsville, where funeral services will oe conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday by Rev. B. L. Moore, pastor, assisted by Rev. Homer Morris, pastor of the Bellefontaine Methodist Church. Interment will be Valley View Cemetery. Friends may call after 8 p.m. tonight at the Weber Funeral Home, where Masonic services vill be conducted at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Anderson Jim A. Anderson of 315 George _!t., an employe of Olin Mathie- on Chemical Corp., died Monday n Wood River, Township Hospital. He had been in failing health for year, but a patient in the hos- ital only a few hours previous to is death. Mr. Anderson, who was 59, had ved in East Alton area for 35 ears and had been employed as .boiler room operator at Olin tfathieson , and its predecessor Vestern Cartridge Co., for 35 ears. He was born at Poplar Bluff, Mo., Oct. 28, 1903, a son of the ate Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson. . : While at Poplar Bluff he affiliated with the Baptist Church. Surviving are a son, Sanford, Chicago; a brother, Frank, and ;wo sisters;' Mrs. Ruth Timmons and Mrs. Lula Armes, Poplar Bluff. ^ The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, where friends nay call after 7 p.m. today. Wednesday the body will be tak- in to Poplar Bluff, Mo., to Cotrell Funeral Home. Ranek Hemphill Realty Sales Announced The Harry F. Hemphitl Agency today announced last week's real estate sales made by their agency. For Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lee, the frame home at 609 Wyss St., was sold to Charles 0. Schuetz. The two buildings at 2005-2007 Brown St. and 2009-2011 Brown St. were sold for Mr. and Mrs. William Roller to Mr. and Mrs. George Canham. The six-room frame home on Old Edwardsville Road, South Roxana, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Plank by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Gilbert. The Gilbert's have taken up residence in Panama City, Fla. The six-room frame home at 639 Payne St., Wood River, was sold for Mr. and Mrs. John Nich olson to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ghent. Nicholson has been transferred by Olin Mathieson and he and his wife have taken up residence in Hillsdale, N. J. The five-room frame home at 200 E. Seventh St., was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gries baum for the heirs of Melvinia J. Meyer. The residence at 1102 Rixon St., was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Clifton E. Newcomb Jr., and Mr. and Mrs, Paul W. Spring man. The previous owner was Aronhill Co., Inc. Prices on 16 Miiluul Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton 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 7.95 Broad St 13.86 Bullock 13.06 Capit. Shrs. Divid Shrs. Fid. Cap. . .. 10.86 .. 3.32 .. 8.48 Fid. Fund 15.71 Fid. Tr 13.81 Fund Inv 9.62 Keystone K-2 .... 5.07 keystone S-4 .... 4.09 Mass. Tr 14.43 Mass. Grtli 7.99 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.30 Nat. Inves 14.96 Tevev. El 7.26 Asked, 8.60 14.98 14.32 11.90 3.64 9.22 16.98 15.01 10.54 5.54 4.47 15.77 8.73 24.12 16.17 7.91 of Grain* Demand Is General CHICAGO (AP) — Scattered early buying generated a general demand for grain futures on the Board of Trade and prices be: came firm to strong in the early afternoon. All soybean contracts were, up two cents a bushel or more at limes and most other commodities about a cent at the extreme. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 49 cars, corn 73, oats 16, rye none, barley 8, soybeans 5. CHICAGti (AP) — Wheat No 1 hard 1.95% 1.95; Corn No No 2 yellow hard 1 yellow 1.30V6; No 2 yellow 1.30V4-31V4. No oats or soybean sales. CHICAGO (AP)— I'rev, High Low Close close Wheat Sep l'.80% 1.79% 1.79% 1.80 Dec 1.86% 1.85U 1.85',4 1.86 Mar 1.90 1.88% l.S8«,4 1.89 V4 May 1.82% 1.81U 1.81VI 1.81% Jul 1.53% 1.50% 1.51% 1.52 (livestock I 3 rtces Ai East,% Louis NATIONAL STOCKVARDS, in. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 9,000; barrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ib 19.10-50, over 210 Ib 19.25-35; 1-3 170-190 Ib 17.50-18.75; 1-2 150-170 Ib 16.50-17.75, 120-150 !b 13.75-16.75; sows 1-3 275-350 Ib 16,25-17.00, 350400 Ib 15.00-16.25,. few 16.50; 2-3 400-500 Ib 13.75-15.00, few 15.25, 500625 Ib 13.00-14.00; boars 11.0014.00. Cattle 4,000; calves 350; slaughter steers, choice 950-1,125 Ib 25.00-50; high good to low choice 1.000 Ib 24.75; heifers choice 775950 Ib 24.00; choice 1,050 Ib 23.00; Mixed good and choice 775 Ib 23.50; bulls-Utility to good 16.5018.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-27.00, few choice 28.00; good and choice calves' 18.00-23.00. Sheep 1,000; lambs good and choice 80-110 Ib 19.00-20.50; choice and prime 85-100 Ib 20.50-21.00, 25 head 21.25-50; utility and good 15.00-18.50. 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar May Oats Sep Dec Mai- May Rye Sep Dec Mar May 1.55% 1.52Vj 1.53% 1.53% 1.23% 1.22M, 1.23% 1.22% 1.14% 1.14V6 1.14% 1.14% 1.17% 1.17 1.17% 1.16% 1.20 1.19% 1.20 1.19% .65 % .68% .70% .69% .64% .65»4 .64% 1.67% 1.68% .67% .69% .70 .69% .69% .69% .69% 1.27% 1.26 "1.26V4 1.26% 1.30% 1.29% 1.30 1.29% 1.33% 1.32% 1.33% 1.32% 1.32% 1.31 1.31% 1.31% EDWARDSVILLE — John A. Ranek, 53, of Glenn Crossing died at 11 p.m. Monday at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been a patient a week. Employed as a millwright by the Armour Packing Co. for 26 years, he was a lifelong resident of the area. Born April 1, 1910 at Glen Carbon, son of the late William and Anna Burle Ranek, he was married July 24, 1930 to Lillian Bollinger, who survices. Four sons and four daughters survive: Roger L and Mrs. Dolores Parkison, both of Rte. 4, Edwardsville; Vernon C., Edwardsville; Lawrence J., Glennon P, and 'Miss Mary Jane Rahek, all of Glenn Crossing; Mrs. Nancy Balke, Worden; and Mrs. Marilyn Kennedy, Coulterville, 111. Also surviving are two brothers and two sisters: Joseph Ranek and Mrs. John Dickshot, both of Rte. 4; Anthony of Hamel; and Mrs. Harold Spencer of Glen Carbon. There are 10 surviving grandchildren. He was a member of St. Cecelia's Church, Glen Carbon, and' the Meiseuheimer Rites-, Burial in Roselawn Funeral services for Harold John Meisenheimer, 822 Condit St., were -conducted at 10 a.m. today in Smith Funeral Home by the Rev. Henry Moore, pastor of College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Interment was in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Servino as pallbearers were Milton Fry, Charles MacDonald, Paul Mills, Homer Curry, Edward Henschel and Ralph Ribble. Military Honors for Thomas H. Lewis Funeral rites with full military onors will be conducted Wed- esday at 10 a.m. for Thomas H. ,ewis, Navy veteran, member of Uton Post, American Legion, and ormer drum major of the Drum nd Bugle Corps. The rites will be conducted by 'eterans of World War I, Alton Barracks 986. Members of the Barracks will assemble at Gent Chapel at 7:30 i.m. today to pay their respects o the memory of Mr. Lewis. Attend Funeral of Father in Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boulds of 3861 Omega St., returned Mon day from Ridgeway where they attended funeral services for Mrs. Boulds 1 father, Roy McGrew, '4. Mr. McGrew, the father of six ,'hildren, died Friday in Carmi Hospital. His wife died three /ears' ago. Soybeans Aug 2.61% 2.59 2.61% 2.58% Sep 2.59 2.56% 2.59 2.55% Nov 2.58Vs 2.55 2.58% 2.54% Jan 2.61% 2.57% 2.61% 2.58% Mar 2.63% 2.60% 2.63% 2.60% May 2.65% 2.62% 2.65% 2.62% News of Stocks Prices Hold Good Gain NEW YORK (AP)—The stock market held a fairly good gain in moderate trading late this afternoon. Oils, motors and steels rose. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.5 million share compared with 3.69 million Monday. Gains of key stocks went from fractions to a point or better. The rise was irregular. Studebaker was under heavy selling pressure, dropping % at 6 in • a parade of blocks. : Studebaker trimmed- its loss by Vt in later transactions. Other motors were unanimously higher. Chrysler advanced well point. All the other major U.S. Mining Group Checks Illinois ZE1GLER, 111. (AP) — Federal mining representatives have complimented Southern Illinois on its coal production methods, but are hot saying what thdv plan to tell President Kennedy. Spokesmen for the government, mine unions and industry were asked by Kennedy to estimate coal's future in the face of atom Ic fuel development. Southern Illinois was chosen for a toUr because of its modern mining methods. Touring officials said Monday they had hot reached conclusions, but said the region's mines display an amazing use of latest equipment. Fidelity No. 11 strip mine near Du Quoin Is the "most extensive stripping area 1 have ever seen," research directot Bureau of Mines, Harry Perry, for the U.S. said. James Garbey, director of Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., Pittsburgh, said Old Ben No. 21 at Sesser was the most elflcienl shaft mine economically he hat encountered. Woman Dies in Crash $ Bahy Lives MANILA, Philippines (AP)-A taxicab rushing an expectant mother to a hospital collided with a bus Monday. The cab was badly damaged, but the driver went on to the hospital. When he arrived, Mrs. Gregoria Juegana was Potitictnit* Blamed for Religious Woes WASHINGTON (AP) •- A De fehse department official suggested today that South Viet Nam's religious troubles have been aggravated by out-of-power Viet namese politicians. the Pentagon official, recently back from a tour of the embattled Southeast Asian counry, said th dispute between the Buddhists and the Catholic-dominated govern ment hasn't yet hindered the U.S. supported military effort agnlns Communist guerrillas. But he said it might have sucl an effect if It continues. "Malcontents and dissident saw this as an opportunity to keep the pot boiling," the official tolt newsmen. Me asked to remain given birth to a healthy, 6-pound religious problem IS mainly in cities such flft rather thnn Ifl the nlftl where the'bilk of Viet faaftt'S.14 million people live. CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE CUBES Always Available Oolrtcr ( Titste Fron Automatic Vendors u nouns HYNDMAN OTlt AND 1'IASA ROBERT C. STILTZ Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel. Rev. W. Freeman Privett Officiating Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. In state at the Chapel. THOMAS H. LEWIS Services 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Chapel. Rev. Thorns.- Mc?Dermand Officiating Burial in < or Alton Cemetery. In sta • ihf Chapel. HUBERT LEt HOSEY Services 9:00 a.m. Thuwlay at SS Peter & Paul's Church. Burial in St. Patrick'* Cemetery. In State at the Chapel after '1:00 p.m. Wednesday. Rosary recited at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Holy Name Society of the church. A Requiem Mass will be read at 9 a.m. Thursday from St. Celelia's Church by Rev. Paul Hebenstreit, pastor. Interment vill be in Calvary Cemetery. 'riends^may call after 2 p.m Wednesday at the Weber Funeral Home, where the Rosary- will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday. over a automakers were fractional gainers. The market seemed to be rebounding from a string of nine straight daily declines, mainly because it was oversold, brokers 5 aid. Glamour" stocks remained ahead but well below their highs of the day. Xerox chopped an early 8-point gain to about 4. IBM clipped a point from a 4-point ise. Polaroid, U.S. Smelting and Slectronic Associates remained about a point higher. Du Font's early recovery faded and the stock was down a full point. ' Magnavox dropped about 2 then erased all but a fraction of the loss. 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 a 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 119%, Gen. Motors 68% Granite City Steel 26V 3 , Olin Mathieson 40%, Owens-Illinois 81%, Shell Oil 43 7 / 8 , Sinclair 44% Socony 67 7 / 8 , Standard Oil (Ind.; 57%, Standard (NJ) 68%, U. S Steel 45%, Sears 87%. Produce Prices At St, Louis ST.'LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 36-37, A medium 27-29, A smal 17-18, B large 8-29, wholesale grades, standard 27-28, unclassi EAGER TO SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES RGET! TAKE TELEGRAPH ALONG THIS YEAR VACATION ARRANGE FOR A VACATION SUBSCRIPTION TO THE ALTON EVENING .TELEGRAPH AT REDUCEDRATES! fled 21. farm run 24-24%, checks 18 WOOD BIVEK JIM A. ANDERSON Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Poplar Bluff, Missouri CLIP COUPON BELOW It will follow you anywhere to t * keep you "in the know" while you're on the go! f ' Reduced Rates Through Sept* J$ Only! Iweek , . .. 50c 3 weekfc , , , . 2 weeks ...... $1,00 4 weeks , , * U. S. and Possessions. Please send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I am on vacation, - v , Vacation Subscription Rate* Bood through Sept. 15 only, Kates apply, to United State* and possession*. 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