Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 29, 1963
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MONBAV, JULY to, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituaries (MftnOfeltuafIBSfatffi Mh when* MMA* »«oo « n ti Miller THOMAS A. MILLER Funeral services for Thomas 'A. Miller, retired salesman, who died Saturday, will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. in SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Burial will be In St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body .is .at Gent .Chapel where friends may call. Rosftry will 'be recited at 8 p.m today, ' Mr. Miller, who had made hi home with a daughter, Mrs. Hairy Suck, a( the State street ad dress, since the. death o/ his wife In i960, had been In falling health fot 10 months. Widely known as a salesman for wholesale firms in the area Mr. Miller had worked for the old RyVle N Grocery Co., and fol Luer Bros. Packing Co. and Ma gulre Paper Co. He had been retired since 1950. He was horn In Glasgow, Mo. Oct. 9, .1873, a son of -the late Mr. and Mrs. James Miller. He came to Alton 75 years ago anc was married here Nov. 6, 1895 In SS. Peter & Paul's Church to the former Catherine Redmond. Survivors are a son, Earl Mlllei University City, Mo., three daughters, Mrs. Buck, Alton, and Mrs. Earl Whllford and Mrs. Edmund Morrlssey, Godfrey; nine grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren; a piece and a nephew. A son, Dr. Thomas W. Miller, died n an automobile accident in Cali- ornia in 1945, and a child died n Infancy. Save Up to $200.00 WITH FEDDERS FLEX-AIRE FURNACES WITH FLEX-HERMETIC AIR CONDITIONING Save !\>y jtist)illlh)f bbtlr units now!,, We have special prices on replacing your ok) fuel-eater ! 'wl.Hi f 'h ' niotta'rri ivutomatlr, Flox-Alro 'Furnace "with;. Wh'olo < house air . conditioning. JBnjo.y! : nlr/ cooled comfort ; tho h^t summer months' to come' mid wavm,, efficient KHS hinting; this winter. NO DOWN PAYMENT! PAYMENTS AS LOW AS socoo ; 25 Per Month BRINGS YOU YEAR 'ROUND COMPORT! THE FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONING UNIT UNFOLDS, PERMITTING COOLING COIL TO FIT INTO FURNACE WARM AIR DUCT. EXCLUSIVE 5 YEAR WARRANTY COVERS ENTIRE REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT INCLUDING CONDENSER, FURNACE COIL AND TUBING! HEMEMBEK THERE l£ _ PLENTY OF HOT, MUGGY WEATHER STILL TO COME! Heating and Air Conditioning Specialists Godfrey Road "We Sell Comfort" Phone 4«fi-34fil Hackethal Joseph Frauds Hackethal, an Industrial engineer at Laclede Steel Go. tat If .years, died at 2:18 a.m. Sunday at Wood ftlv- Cf Townshp Hospital. He was 41. Mr. Maehethal, who lived at 430 Grant St., fietfialto, had been In 111 health since October and en- terefl the hospital My 9. Born at Mitchell, Oct. 1,1915, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackethal. His parents, who survive, live at Edwardsvllle. A veteran of World War 11, he spent five years In military service and served three years in the South Pacific. He was married to the former Mary Elizabeth Stewart, June 8, 194G, nt St. Charles,.Mo. Mr, Hackethal was a member of Sethallo Presbyterian Church and belonged to Wood River Post of he American Legion. Me is survived by his wife, the ' o r m e r Elizabeth Stewart; a daughter, Marilyn; a son, Michael; his parents; five brothers, Leo, Wood River; John, Denver, Colo., Peter L., Los Angeles, lallf., Thomas and Cletus, Ed- .vardsville, and three sisters, Mrs. Darvin C/irpenter, Mrs. Ray Cooper, and Mrs. Loren Buhr, Rev. Carl Howerton of Delhi. Bur ial was in Brighton Cemetery. Mr. Harris, who lived alone was found dead Sunday by i friend, Edwin Drier of Jerseyvill who stopped at Harris's home I visit him. He had last been seen on Julj 18. Surviving are a son, Pvt. Ron aid Edgar Harris, Ft. Leonard Wood, and a stepdaughter, Mrs Rosella Pruitt, Alton< An inquest will be conducted by Coroner Rodney Jacoby. Bauer Idwardsville. Funeral rites will be conducted 'uesday at 1<30 p.m. in Bethallo tcsbyterlan Church by the Rev. Vnyne Hoxsle. The body is at Smith Funeral o m c Bethalto,. where frjends iay call afler 7< p.m. today. The American Cancer Society has been named as a memorial fund. . . Harris JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services for Earl Robert Harris, G6, of near Brighton, were conducted at 2:30 p.m^ today in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home by the STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1020 WASHINGTON WE INVITE COMPARISON are' proud of Establishment, Facilities, Service -and Moderate Costs: HOW SOON CAN YOU START BUILDING? That happy day when you can start construction of a home of .your own may come a lot- sooner than you now think! We have brought /'home Qwntng time" closer for many people, just like yourself. Look into a convenient, low-cost Home Loan which you .can repay "just like rent," Down payments and monthly payments will be geared to YOUR needs! dlvldomli on wirings J_ fff l$ * ne liberal rate at which your money will earn o" /O 'MORE^ money with us. And its safety is INSURED. ' ^ Save h'ere for fastest growth! Plenty ot Fre0 Parking In Rear SAVINGS & LOAN Association f 19 lei! Third r -\ AUON HO 1*4483 EDWARD W. BAUER Edward William Bauer of 109 Kingshighway, East Alton, a re tired Olin Mathieson'Chemical Corp., employe, died Saturday following several months of falling health. He was 78. \ Mr. Bauer was pronounced dead at St. Anthony's Hospital upon arrival there at 5 p.m. An adjuster in the empty shell department of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., and its predecessor, Western Cartridge Co., Mr. Bauer began work at the munitions plant in November of 1913. He had completed 37 years continuous service with the company at time of his retirement in 1950. A bowling enthusiast, Mr. Bauer had continued active in the sport until a few months ago and had bowled with three different: teams. He was a member of First Methodist; Church, Alton; the Westerner Club; the Quarle Century Club, and had been member of East Alton Volun leer'Fire Department from 19: until 1962. Surviving are his widow, th former Ruby May King, ot whom he' was married Nov. 23, 191 at Edwardsville; a son, Edwai Jr., Alton and a brother, Harrj Cross Lake, Minn. His parent the late Mr. and Mrs. Job Bauer, and a brother John, die previously. . . Funeral services will be con ducted Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. i Smith Funeral Home, Alton, b the Rev. Robert Simpson, pas tor' of First Methodist Church Burial will be,in Alton Ceme tery. Visitation hours at the funera home will be after 2 p.m. today PAGE! SEVEN i After his retirement from military service with the rank of Captalfi. he was assistant dean of engineering at Oklahoma Slate University, at Stillwater. Following his retirement from the university faculty in 1950 he returned to Cnrrolltoh to make his home. Survivors are his wife, the former Nellie Johnson, to whom he was marrjed In 1913; a son, Rear Admiral George A. Whiteside, Fuilertoti, Calif., two sis- ers, Mrs. Joe Lackey Sr., Hinsdale, Mich., and Mrs. Edgar Young, Newman, and three grandchildren. The body is at Simpson Funer' al Home where friends may call after 2:30 p.m. today. Funeral rites .will be conduct ed Tuesday at 2 p.m. In th funeral home by the Rev. Dr Frank Marston. Burial will b in CarroIIton City Cemetery. fill Flowers Floral Arrangements Member tf.T.D, LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Photic 4tiB-1288 Evening 4eo-3(ti7 THOMAS A. MILLER Services 9:00 A.M. Tuesday at Sts, Peter & Paul's Church. Burial In St. Patrick's Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. Rosary recited at 8:00 P.M. tonight. Heustis Mrs. Musetta Heustis, mother o Mrs. Ethel G. Arnold, and grand mother of Mrs. Norine Brown 4320 Wedgewood Ave., died Sat urday at 8:10 p.m. in Centervill Township Hospital, East St. Louis She was 84. Mrs. Heustis, the widow of Ba: come C. Heustis, had been a pa lient in Main Street Nursing Home, Alton, for a year befor entering Centerville Town ship Hospital three days ago. Survivors beside her daughter Mrs. Arnold, and granddaughter Mrs. Brown, are a son, demons St. Louis, and a granddaughter Mrs. Jessie Mae Bahr, St. Louis formerly of Alton, Mrs. .Heustis had resided in Madison for a number of yearb previous to entering the nursing liomc. Funeral rites will be Wednesda; it 1:30 p.m. in Lahey Funera Home, Madison. Burial will be n Sunset Hill Cemetery. Friends may visit the funera lome after 7 p.m. today. Nowaski Graveside rites for Steven Ed ward Nowaski, infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nowaski of .34 E. Second St., Roxana, will )e conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m n Roselasvn Memory Gardens >y the Rev. Father E. J. Doug as. The body is at Marks -Mort- mry where friends may call after 7 p.m, today. Steven Edward died Sunday at :15 p.m. in Cardinal Glennon iospital, St.. Louis, whore he lad been taken the day lifter his birth, July 15, 1963, in St. 'oseph's Hospital. Survivors beside his parents ire the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nowaski, Roxarm, ind Mr. and Mrs. Adolph C. Otto, JerseyvJlle, and bis great-' randftither, WUtpr. Nowaski &r, Whiteside N CARROLLTON - George W. iVhlteside, 74, died unexpectedly "lunday a t 3 p.m. at his home we, He was a veteran of World Var I and a graduate of An- apqljs Naval Academy. He was born in Cari'ollton, UB, 14, 1888, a son of the late dr. and Mrs, F, A. Whites^e. EDWARD WILLIAM BAUER Services 10:30 a.m. Tuesday Funeral Home BETHALTO JOSEPH F. HACKETHAL Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday / Bethalto Presbyterian Church WOOD RIVER WDLLIAM CONRAD ARBUTHNOT Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Funeral Home ALTON - WOOD RIVER BKTHAL±O MONDAY Tues.-Wed. * ONLY AT These Low Prices Swift Premium Genuine Rock Cornish I*!. GAME HENS love them! Ib. SAMJE ! 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