Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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Smith !dr ' State Smith 6i $e*i!dn<lucted Saturday Presbyterian ahife City. Burial JHs,&<ttffl demetetfy 8J the Mewer fftotttf, friends may call after t p.ffl tdday. 3uwW8Hf bfcsitie h§f son UrSSentfttW Smith, are daughter, MA. Isabel Schmidt, O&ttite eityj & tooth**, Seoffee V, Sl&ttety, Mftdiera Beach, Ha-., ahd a sister, Mrs. Eleanor is. WakeHeld, Chltago, ahd hvo grahdehlldfeft,,' 'Only 60 i«r cent of the nation's Hegro population lives in the South, Irt I860, 92 pet dent lived In Southern states. .. at LOWER PRICES )>ff Sp?otttculftr Price Redticttotts On Ail Sumtner Fabrics Fall Fabrics Now on Display 36" to 45" Dotted Swtom -Printed p tiatistes, * iMtttglc Crepes, Drtp.Djry dottons, Woven Seersuckeif ......... . QQfi UW Yd. 45^,flma Cottons, 45" Tissue Cottons, Polisn^J Cottons, Drip Dry Cottons, Printed'Drip Dry Homespun ,.....». Yd. 45" Printed OhiMon, Wftfflette 50" Sailcloth, Printed ChlMO, : 46" Pima'SheerTind Polished Cottons. Yd. aues o . tons, Batiste, Cotton Satins, Cupionl, 36" ahd 45" Petti Point Pique, 45" Ginghams • - ' " ' ' • ~ • ' ' - . '. . Yd. 48" SbbVsucker, Drip Dry (Cottons, Cotton Satins, 45" Cotton; Suiting:, Printfed" Piques, Pampered Cottons values wr. 77« Yd. FREE PARKING AT OUR REAR ENTRANCE THE 40 E. FERGUSON H "Dial CL 4-1336 STORE WOOD RIVER \bther Stores In St. Louis and East St. Lonlsj fi. Ash of 205 S. 13th St., a retired brick mason, died at t:30 a.m* today in Alton Memorial Hospital. He had been In falling health fo>a year afi'd entered the hospital eight days • • Wjidely actiualiited as a brick mason, Mr. J Ash was a member of Local 8, Brick Masons, and in May, Of- 1961 had received, "goldeii card," denoting 50 years jmeinbetship in the local A orbther, Charles, died two weeks |g,o Wednesday. '"A llfe*16hg resident of Alton, Mr, Ash was born July 29, 1893, In Alton. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ash He attended the Alton schools and Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church; Surviving are his wife, the former Lillian Kunnemann to whom he was married In 1923, at'Jerseyville; three sons, Robert, Donald, and John; three brothers, Harry, Elmer anc Herbert, and three sisters, Mrs Mabel Grave, Mrs. Bessie Lincoln, and Mrs. Dorothy Hill, Alton,"", and one grandson. Funeral rites, will be conduct ed Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Gent Chapel followed by burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends may call at the chape] after 2 p.m. Friday. Harris Funeral services: for Miss Maude HaiTis, 81, daughter' of the late Moses and Martha Harris of Altoni were held from, the Shepard.'Funeral Home St.-Louis Tu day with burial in the Upper Alton 'Cemetery. Miss; Harrisidled Saturday. : in a Cursing Home • near Fairview, ROBERT HALL Big special group of MISSES' 3.89 & 4.89 SUMMER SKIRTS • piloted ArneP triacetates and . f wraparound stylw, culottes and ftraight line*kirt$ ,„,., -.., « . wh!t»*» pa*teb «; ,- f'f- ' *i v ' for yfftr chopping 2821 Godfrey Road (Route 67) Just North of PtHmar Ave. at the New Beltllne Highway where she had been a resident the jfest two years prior to Which she made her hotne.itt St. Loull where she was employed a number of years. -Hie Harris family lived In the Long Point Neighborhood, Ma- coupln County, before mdvlng to Alton. Besides her parents, three sisters: Mrs. Lula Scbornteh, Mrs. Lillte Cooper and Miss Minnie Harris, preceded her In death. Wliismau HARDIN .^ Mrs. Edith W|u> man, 78, of kampsvllle died at Ii30 a.m. today in Boyd Memof^ ial Hospital of Carrollton where she had been a patient for twi) days. . She was born Dec. 29, 1884 In Kampsville the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Blackorby." She Is a member' of the Mozier. Christian Church. She Is survived by her husband, DaVld'G.; two sons Delbert, Kanipsyllle, and Arthur Reed, Los Angeles, Calif.; two brothers, Delbert, "Kampvllle, and Zelmar, Pearl; and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, Pearl. The body will be at C. C. Hanks Funeral Home where friends may call after 11 a.m. Friday.. Funeral services will be in the Mozier Christian Church at 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Summit Grove Cemetery near Kampsville. McDonald CARROLLTON '— Mrs.. Elizabeth McDonald, Smother of .Jack McDonald, Carrollton attorney, arid former resideht of Caryollton, died at Urbana this. ; morning. The body .will be brought ; .to Carrollton for services. Saturday. Pending -time of the funeral the ALTOI b* &t import Mome wftesi WStds toay call ll- tef 1 frtt. **#%, ' , Betide her Son, 3&&t, Mrs. M& tJohald Is Survived toy two other sons, James with whom she wade ler hoffle, and bonalo 1 , tevanston. tier husband, Samuel, died previously. Kraushaar Herbert Kraushaar of Godfrey. 52, an employe of Godfrey Elevator Co., tor 16 yeatt, died Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. of a gunshot wound in the chest suffered while hunting groundhogs at the home of a brother, Fred, hear Medora, Born near Hardln, Sept. 29,19li, Kraushaar was a son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Joseph KraiiBhaaft He Was a member Of the Alton- Wood River.Sportsman;CTub ahc belonged to the Eagles libdge at Jerseyville. •"' ' • •>. ' Surviving are his wife,;the former Daisy Woods of Jerseyville to whom he was married July 2 1932; three children, Donald Brighton, ahd Christina and Herbert Jr., "at'home; "five" sisters Mrs. James Tucker, Mrs. Josephine Maltimore, Mrs. James GOs- horn and Mrs.'Inez Gallup, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Allen Mayfleld East Alton; five brothers; Charles Spanky; Otto,-Hardin; Fred, Medora; Christopher, Brighton, and Clarence, Jerseyville, and one grandson. The body is at Jacoby Bros Funeral Home, Jerseyville, where services will be conducted Saturday at 2 jp.m. Burial will be in Roselawn Membry Gardens, Be- tlialto. ' • : • ' v Visitation hours at the, funeral home will be after 7:30 p.m. today. , The tottnet «Ltiia Griiile, Ktfl wai.born July 283,1883, at RotJe bridge. Her parents were the late flhd Mrs. William drteile. rhTaddltldn'te hlflttisbaHd, *h§ is survived ~ by four daughters, Mrs. Roy Wlfinfeke aHd'Mfi. ttfeK schel Dabbs, Fleldon; Mrs. Leo Gather, Albuquerque, K>M. t ana Mrs. Luter Klnsel-, ftoxanat three sons, fiarl Jemexvillei William, Wood River, and Roy 3t. t Sprlhg. field; a sister, Mrs. Curtis Huff. Greenfield) t h r e brothers, George Gtfzzle, Jerseyvlllej Cu^ Us, .Salem,, and VlrgU, White Hall; eight grandchildren,.and six great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. In Jerseyville Baptist Church by the Rev. Har- p%l.ahe. Burial \yill be to Kane ' " '"' Stevens JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lula Gertrude Stevens, wife of Roy Stevens 521 Wi"Exchange St., died JVednesday in ,-Sti' Joseph's'"" pial, Alton. She-was 70. , A Mr. a son of the late Mr.. and JohnKohlt; .- . Mf. kohle, 'ft iwttrt l»fiI<W |( wms Illinois, had ettmfcleted 27 years service.wifli the" &&&$» fie'WAS tirnnarrfed aftd in-addl< tlon to his; brother, Edwatd, is survived by another, brother, letriiah, atfd nieces and HSj&hfews. Mr. Kohle was a riietnber o! Ed' Wards Street Assembly of God Chufdb auditor bMhe-chuteh, the fcev. Udyd Shoemaker,. ,wm conduct rites Saturday at .3 p.hl. iti Stteeper Funeral Monie, Burial will be iri Alton Certietery, Visitation hours At the funeral hotne *ill be after 2 Friday The body Is at Jacoby Bros. Fii neral Home .\vhere friends may call after 3 p.m. today, and untl 1 p'<m. Fritlay.vWhen the birfdy \vll] be taken to tlie church. Sloan CARfcOLLTONf '-' Following services Friday *'at 10 a.nv In Davis Funeral ftohie', <*ranlte City, the b6dy'of Walter Sloan,' former resident of 'Carrolitbri \vill be brought 'here for Inter meirtui'Carrolllon City .Cenietery 'Mr. Sloan, a retired employe o: Granite dty> Steel Co., 1 died, in a St. Louis Hospital. He was born in Greene County, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan. Among survivors is a sister, Mrs. Lela Weathefsby of St. Lou- Is. - Funeral'-serv- Ices fot r Mi*. Lucy Hatflc&stte Sterl, 8?) of'Abilene, Kan},' Miner* y of Carroll ton, will be'conduct- ed Friday'at Abilene, Mi's. Stel-1, the former Lucy Hardcastle, was the last- 1 of four children of the late Mr.'and Mrs Roberi; Hardcastle, ' ' • ; ' 'Slie >as born In Greene Courtly A' sister-in-laW,,Mrs.vElona Sea graves, and tfnJece,' Miss Margar Kolile ;%illiam Fredrick Kohle, 67, died unexpectedly Wednesday while watching television' at .the home of a brother, Edward, 1306 Spauld ing Ave... with whom he made his home.'. Death was. attributed ,to^ heart ailment. : " •"••' Robert Hall reduces prices on our entire • ,- • . . :;, • . • . • *iflj;" ' stocks of 2 nationally advertised men's DACRON & WORSTED reduced to 88 comparable values f 45 to f SO vlsot, .Mtgr.J. J- Haggerly bi-anl ot the.Massi theiftev. Fa- Pete? Bertoldo, deadpn.'ftnd me Jievi i-«uiD» ....«»-.. T---- mjb-deacon. Father. Jarjoldo iidated at ctJmmlltal rites in St Patrick's cJemelery. Pallbearers were /Emrnfett Eft] ery, Sylvester Mttagall»t Vtoceri rarrell, Robert Wilks, Menry^-" nell. Sterl Mosey Ititeftttent In Sti Joseph's A Soiemft SUM* at 9 «.m, Fuiierui services ?for Mrs. nte A- CraigKK!, Jere., conducted et Hardcttstle of Cai-ollton, hav been In'Abilene and they, will at tend funeral rites Friday, C. BuHalwai S«> " '* -r *•* ><. - Ihstev. fihi- Services 1:30 p.m. Saturday '•Burial In.Vallmlla in SS at the Chip'el FUNERAL HOME 508 W T Dflmar Ploxa Wllfhir* Village Washington Square DACRON & reduced to NOW...FROM REXALL %«£ RESEARCH'...A PERFECTTAN NO MATTER HOW YOllR SKIN TAKES THE SUN! LookfertWs . display* at our, KexaM Store anl PERFECT-UN Cleir tr Criimr Ution prtni«t<« list tuinini, hilpt tieVint pitting. 3-M. W, 5>U. tkl Fotmuli turns burnini rays asyle, brings a.n'eh tin. Clur or Cr^jiy Lotion. S-oi. 1.M ' r Sunlan Gelee 'spe tin! With Pur-Callin" to repel Water wash'Off. • ^.sizciJ* • HTevCei'tTektllwfm Medicated Sunburn Lotion snotties, protects, screen's skin 'against harm-, f ul rays ........ , ........ t.M EAT ANYTHING WITH FALSE TEETH! Save ?12 comparable value 36.95 T/ier«'$ *• v«r a <harg* for alteration* of Rob+rt Ho«l '' ' ' ' ' ' SIZES FOR REGULARS, -SHORTS, LQNJ3S. NOT SIZE IN EVERY STYLE AND COLOR. HI«I'S WHY YOU fAVf f W* Nvt t Y«> tart 2821 Godfrey Road (Route 67) Just North of Oelmar Ave. at the New Beltllne Highway .'-'". " . ilHftttdir, fatti at fitlffom. Brimmi PIM&Liner idhefel p<rmi»«nllr to y6u("pln»| endi ibt bather of lempotiur ipplfoliool. With plttM ntld — YOU CAN EAT ANt loft into of Pbujtt-t apptt ot lawtc. Bitt • . _ f --t tt •*, u*MNM£cworltn, bumlwi tf tad jo v plltCt. *«*lQ*«bl« M dlt«rt«4. ; nuwtf*. $M ?«»«••» f 13.90,'tw* >!«*«., ' > '- ' BRIMMS PLASTI-LINfH STRAINED Invisible holding spray sets hair right, keeps it bright. 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