Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 31, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , i Lob & Willis, 71 retired florist, riled lrt,w» nieep Tuesday night at hi* tome in been asBSciated with Alten Moral Co., founded by ii I g toother, this lute Mr*, Clementine 'In 1908, for more than fid F. Willis Jr., and ftofef Wlllli, Godfrey; Mrs. Georgette Tonlcf- n, Mrs. Sally Mftftlnestj ft fid *nry, Alton; arid Mrs. Joan Tuh- ro, Largo, Fla. Me also leave* 20 frflndchlldren, and a sister, MM. e1en,t»avl«, Hkrtlngtofi, Tex, The body It at Slreejsef Funeral Home pending funeral arrange- moots. v j/ Mr. Vfalllg Joined his mother IH Operating the business upon his , felufil ffbm military service after World War 1. the flower shop Was. then located nl 103 Enst Broadway. Later he had been in business in IG East End and on Belle St. In J50 Mj, Willis sold the floral shop to MonlfeNursery Co., and it was jhOveUt$p?Adrian Gardens where his 8An/;,^6rked as designer and Mr. Willis continued in a clerical he Mired. LEO WILLIS While Mr: Willis had 1 'been in falling • health 'for some time, he had retrained active and his death was unexpected. ; ; : During World War I he served overseas''and was in the battle of the Argonne. He was wounded and in 1933 was awarded the Purple Heart. Active In a number of patriotic organizations Mr. Willis belongec to Alton Post 126, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Disabled War Veterans. ,He was Ijorn in New Haven, Mo. Jijly 19, 1890, a son of the late Peter Willis and Mrs. Clementine Willis Madsen. He moved with his mother from St. Louis to Alton as a''youth.: Survivors are his widow, the former Edna Gulp, and eight children. The children are Mrs. Anita ,Kiefer,;-Mrs, Patricia Franz, Leo STREEPER FUNERAL HOME , < 1«!JO."WASHINGTON COUNTLESS' FAMILIES 1 ' HAVE ENTRUSTED ' TtJ'EIR CONFIDENCE •AND TRUST IN US. WOOD IUVER FLORA ANN MORGAN ' Service* 11 a.m. ,' Frlday ( Funeral Home. AUU g« P u8 IV ^ Fritsch iTERSEYVlLLE •*- Karl P. Ffltsch, a retired Oiln Mathlc- on Chemical Corp., employe wns ronourtced dead Tuesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital where he had eett taken after he had eollapa- d while at the Kane railroad stn- on. Death apparently was due to heart ailment. Mr. Fritsch, 76, was a native of iermany. He was born fob. 24, 887. Survivors are his widow, Mrs, lanche Fritsch! three daughters, /its. Spencer East, Shelbtna, Mo,, /Irs. William Davis, Edwardsville, nd Mrs. Ronald Darr, Carroll- on; nine grandchldren and two rent-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted hursday at 2 p.. at Janoby Fu- eral Home by the Rev. H. L. otter of Kane. Burial wll be In Cane Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral omc will be after 3 p.m. loduy. Hartmann Funeral .services for George M. lartmann, 75, of St. Louis, a for- ier Alton business man, will be onducted Thursday at 10 a.m. In loffmelster Colonial Funera •tome, 6464 Chippewa, St.. Louis. Sntombment will be in Grandvie Mausoleum, Alton. Mr. Hartmann, who for a num )er of years operated the Hart mann Hardware Store in Alton, died Monday at 9:30 p.m. in Dea coness Hospital, St. Louis. After- moving St. Louis Mr -lartmann had been an employe of Witte Hardware Co., and sale manager for McClean Sportini, loods Co, He was a member or Lodge 27, AF&AM, Alton Surviving are his widow, the ormer Edna K. Fischer, to whon ic hud been married 51 years; daughter, Mrs. 'Howard Simpson Berry ville, Ark., and two sons fames C., Indianapolis, and 3eorge R., St. Louis. Bauer Interment In Alton Cemetery Funeral rites for Edward Wi iam Bauer, 109 Kingshighway East Alton, were conducted 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Smith Fu neral Home by the Rev. Robet Simmons, pastor of First Mctlfi dist Church. Burial was in Alto Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Siren ming, George Woodyard, NP Bower, Homer McPeak, Horac Napp, and Mcrvin Lohr. J. H. Rhodes Rites Conducted Today Funeral services for Joseph I- Rhodes, 74, of 1927 Orchard Blvd were conducted at 10:30 a.m today in Smith Funeral Home, A ton, by the Rev. L. E. Mustain o Jennings, Mo. Brial was in Uppe Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were E mer Lynn, Irwin Hebner, Donal Dale, Floyd Ellspermann, Honor Hamilton, and Ralph Jones. Hackelhal Riles Conducted Tuesday Funeral services .for Josep Francis Hackelhal, Laclede Stee Co., industrial engineer, wer conducted Tuesday at 1 : 30 p.m. i Bethalto Presbyterian Church b the Rev. Wayne Hoxsie. Buria was in Rose Lawn Memory Ga dens. Pallbearers were John Rogers George Nelson, Al Bruns, Ken neth. Mink, J Curtis Bowers ai James 0. Jones. Mrs. Flora Morgan Rites to Be Friday A change has been made In Um of funeral services of Mrs. Flor ' ' ' Corn Drop CHICAGO (AP)-Corn and soy- eflfl futures extended theft down- WA trend today as steady elling pressure continued on the Sard of Trade. Other grains howed little change generally nl- icAigh wheat was firm at times. Loss In soybeans again ran to wo cents or more most of the me while September corn Ipped about a cent. Carlot receipts today were estimated ati wheat 91 cars, corn 56, ats 88, rye none, barley 43, soy- cans 8. CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 ed 1.82; No 2 red (tough) 1.79%; 3 red 1.81; No 1 yellow hard tough) 1.93% f No 2 mixed 1.92% orn No 1 yellow 1.30; No 2 yel' ow 1.30, Oats No 1 extra heavy 'hltc 67%-68; No 2 extra heavy Wte 68; No 1 heavy white 67%: fo 1 extra heavy mixed 6714; No .extra heavy mixed 67%. No s:oy jean sales, Soybean oil 8%n. Ann 'Morgan, : 23,';of 'EaHt, Alton Services will be delayed 'oh day to enable her father, William j; ( Seagraves, an army sergean stationed at Tachlacwa Air Base In Japan, time to arrive in tl ep ec (ar lay uly 19G4 ep Corn ^P Doc Mar '• Vlay Oats Sep )ec War May Rye Sep 3ec Mar May Prev. High Low Close close 1.79% 1.78% 1.79 1.78% 1.85% 1.84% 1.84% 1.84% 1.88 1:87 1.87% 1.87% -.82 1.81 1.81% 1.81% 1.55% 1.54% 1.54% 1.54% 1.57% 1.56% 156'/2 1.56% 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.22 1.13% 1.12% 1.12% 1.13% '3.16% 1.15% 1.15% 1.16% 1.18% 1.17% 1.17% 1.18% 64% 63% 63 66% 66% 66% 68% 68% 68% 68% 68 68 %64 66% 68% 68% G4M. (53% 63% 64 1.287s 1.28% 1.28% 1.28% 1.31% 1.30% 1.31% 1.30? 1.30% 1.29% 1.30% 1.29 3 4 Livestock Prices At East St, Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, tit. AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 6,500; wrrows and gilts 1-2 190-240 Ibs 8,50-19.10; mixed 1-3 190-260 Ibs 8.25-75; 1-3 1.70-190 Ibs 17.00-18.25; 2 150-170 Ibs 15.5047.25; 120-150 S 12,50-15.75; sows 1-3 275-230 bs 16.25-17.00; few 17.25; 350-400 bs 15.00-16.50; 2-3 400-500 Ibs 14.00 5.25; 500-625 Ibs 13.00-14.25; onrs 11.25-14.50. Cattle 1,700; calves 175: rhoice 130 Ibs slaughter steers 25.00; lolcc near 1,075 Ibs 24.75; mixed ood load choice around 850 Ibs 4.50; good 22.00-23.50; few head 4.00; few good and choice heif- rs 22.00-23.50; utility cows IS.bO- 5.50; few commercial 16.00; uti- ty good bulls 16.50; 18.50; good nd choice 24.00-28.00; high choice 9.00; good a nd choice calves 8.00-23.00. Sheep 600: spring lambs good nd choice 80-110 Ibs 18.50-20.00: 20.50; few chblce and prime round 85-100 Ibs 20.50'21.00. Mobile Enacts City Wage Tax Measure MOBILE, Ala. (AP)-The Moile City Commission has adopted one per cent wage tax on ons employed in the city. The ote was 2-1 Tradin Active NEW YORK (AP)-Sfock market prices strengthened late this afternoon in active trading. Volume was estimated at 4 million shares, compared with 3.52 million Tuesday. The market opened strongly with 1.2 million shares being traded in the first hour and suffered a mild sinking spell at mid-day. Brokers described the four-day rebound as technical but said it could be considered a traditional summer rally although it might be brief. Profit-taking ate into some of the Inrge gains of Tuesday. Motors, rubbers, alrcrafts, utilities, chemicals, rails, airlines, to bnccos and building materials ad vanced. The averages were bolstered by a 4% gain by Du Pont U.S. Steel advanced a minot fraction, as did other steels. Chrysler dropped a point. Other motors were off fractionally. Xerox lost 7 points. IBM Prices dtl 16 Mutual Fumls Following is a list of 16 mutual nvestment fund stock quotations ifovlded 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, Asked 8.72 15.20 14.55 12.13 3.70 9.39 17.29 15.60 10.73 5.62 4.54 16.10 8.89 24.21 16.3 8.0: Rid Affil. Fund 8.06 Broad St 14.06 BUllock 13.26 Capit. Shrs. ...;... 11.07 Divid Shrs 3.38 Fid. Cap 8.64 Fid. Fund 15.99 Fid. Tr 14.35 12 Selected Stoeki Following are today's 1:30 p. m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange Issues research has Indicated are widely held In .he Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook and Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes dally at 2:30 p.m. CST, so these are not closing quotations): AT&T 120% Fund Inv. Keystone K-2 9.79 5.15 Keystone S-4 4.15 Mass. Tr 14.73 Mass. Grth 8.13 Nation W. Sec 22.47 Nat. Invcs 15.15 Tevev. El 7.37 up better than 2 points and Con trol Data added 3. U.S. Smelting and Amer'cm Viscose dropped more tbnn t point. American Stock Exchange price: were mixed. Corporate and US. governmen bonds were mixed Gen. Motors 71% Granite City Steel 26% Oiln Mathieson Chem 41% Owens Illinois •.. 79% Shell Oil 43% Sinclair Oil 46% Socony .. 69% Standard Oil (Ind.) 61% Standard Oil (N.J.) 70% U. S. Steel 47 Sears 88% Produce Prices Al St. Louis ST. LOUIS fAP)-Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A Inr^e 31-33, A medium 26-27, A smal 16-17, B large 26-28, wholesale grades, standard 26-28, unclassl fled farm run 24-24%, checks 1821. Hens, heavy 12-13, light ov»" 5 Ibs 9-10, under 5 Ibs 7-8; commer cial broilers and fryers 21 Demonstrator* An$$jjl In Chicago Housing Ar CHICAGO (AP)—Police arrested 21 persons Tuesday night as hey dispersed about 1,600 white persons whe- milled around an ipartment building into which a Negro family moved 6n Monday. On Monday night police had arrested 10 persons as they held New Post Off ice OKd For Eclwardsville WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP)-A House Public Works subcommittee has approved construction of new post office and federal building in Edwardsville, III., at an estimated cost of $507,900. The new building will house not only the post office but also allow space for federal agencies now operating in Madison County and located in various communities. Summer Clearance Sale Savings 217 PIASA ST. the hack a crowd of 500 JSj building at .5650 South St., In a prctfomihatljHJwhile neighborhood. ,> '' Police said of. the 21 ,t|testpd 14 men nhd one \voniart. Were charged with disorderly conduct. Six juveniles arreslcd were released to their parents. About 45 policemen nfld •§ eft- nine squad were ,sent Into the aroa after the crowd brgart gathering early In the evening. Police ordered three streets closrd to traffic between 56lh and S8lh streets. The apartment building hM 30 flats of which 13 are reported Vacant. WHATEVER YOU DO to do your best . 101 W. BROADWAY DOWNTOWN ALTON Soybeans Aug 2.63 2.60% 2.60% 2.63V Sep 2.60% 2.58% 2.58% 2.60^ Nov 2.58V2 2.56% 2.56 7 /g 2.59V Jan 2.62 2.60% 260% 2.62 1 / Mar 2.64i/ 2 2 .63 2.63% 2.64 7 ' May 2.66% 2.65% 2.65% 2.67 Requiem High Mass For Wickenhauser A Solemn Requiem Mass wa sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Ma ry's Church for Mrs. Otillia Wick enhauser, 90. Msgr. James Suddes was cele brant of the Mass; the Rev. Fath er Richard Niebruegge, deacon and the Rev. Father Vincent Wor land, sub-deacon. Msgr. Suddes o ficiated at committal rites in S Joseph's Cemetery. The pallbearers were Fichai and Thomas Tueth, Robert Albers, Kenneth Wickenhauser and Jos e p h Wickenhauser Jr., and James Wickenhauser. Arbuthnol Burial In Liberty Prairie Following services Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, the body of 'William Conrad Arbuthnot of East Alton was taken to Liberty Prairie" Cemetery for interment. The Rev. Gaylord Hamilton, pastor of Brown Street Baptist Church, Alton, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Lester Arbuthnot, Floyd Chapman, Raymond Cooper, Erwin Kraut, Ted Pi ice, and Arnie Roustio. Whiteside Funeral Rites at Carrollloii CARROLLTON — Funeral services for George W. Whileside were conducted Tuesday at Simpson Funeral Home by Dr. Frank Marston, interim pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Pallbearers were all members of Carrollton Post 114 of the American Legion, Guy 0. Petty, E. J. Lukeman, W. G. Vogt, W. P. Schmidt, Paul Pressler, and Clem Dunsworth, Burial was in Carrollton City Cemetery where the American Legion rites were conducted. YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT... DOG HOUSE DOG FOOD STARKIST Chunk TUNA . IGA ICED TEA Nature's Best MARGARINE 4 A 16 Oz. $ Cans 4 '/2 $ Cans 2 8 Oz. $ 1 Pkas. I 00 00 $100 IGA GRAPE JELLY 10 Oz. $1 00 5 10 Oz. $1 Jars I HUDSON .6 Table Napkins £3l*.39> Kind To Hands IGA PINK LOTION LIQ. l-lh. $1.00 ctns. I Qt. MAULL'S—Reg. or Smoky Barbecue Sauce 24 Oz. BH. BUSH SHOWBOAT SO GEM Red Kidney Beans — Navy Beans Yellow Hominy — Pinto Beans Baby Butter Beans — Great Northern Beans eiackeye Peas BEANS 300 CANS MIX OR MATCH TROPICAL ORANGE JUICE Half iGallon 89' DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES DEEP CHOCOLATE—DEVIL'S FOOD- LEMON—WHITE—YELLOW 4c OFF LABEL , 89c Consumer Goods Slower HELSINKI — Consumer goods output is now growing slower than the general Finnish indus- trjaj.rate. '• states for the-'funeral. - The : funeral, will be Friday at 11 aim. In Marks Mortuary, Wood River,,-instead of 11 a.m. Thurs' FEDDERS Air Conditioners fyem "Cartpn \9 Cooling" in 77 S»«on<J»! ',y/fe'HAYE AU. MODELS IN STOCK , READY teR IMMEDIATE DELIYBRY AND Budgft priced frcm..^ DOWN-$10 MONTH ;JI9 V.' fv»1 Golden Cream or Whole Kernel Tender SWEET PEAS 7 6 303 CANS IGA TABLERITE U. S. Government Inspected Grade "A" FRYING CHICKENS FRESH SPARERIBS ....... New Mii-yrose THICK SLICED BACON ...... Krey — Hunter SKINLESS WIENERS ....... Our Own — Krey — Morrell PORK SAUSAGE ...... ... Krey— Iluntnr BOILED HAM ......... Krey — Morrell — Hunter LARGE BOLOGNA OR BRAUNSCHWEIGER ....... Sea Puss FISH STICKS ... ...... Sen PUSH or l.G.A. CATFISH FILLETS ..... ... I6A TABLERITE GRAPE A LARGE EGGS 2 FAB 25% MORE 79* Giant Size IGA Fresh Frozen Foods STRAWBERRIES 6 IGA SLICED 10 Oz $100 Ctns. Mix or Match. Fill your freezer. The more you buy the more you save; IGA CUT GREEN BEANS : IGA PEAS—IGA CUT CORN IGA BROCCOLI CUTS 7 10-OZ. $r| .00 nkgs. JL BANQUET POT PIES BEEF—CHICKEN— TUUKEY for .00 Lbs. Mi. Lbs. Lbs. Lb. $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 3 1 $1.00 8-oz. PUg. 3 for 1 .00 Doien 55c $100 IGA TABLE FRESH FOODS FRESH CALIFORNIA LEMONS 3 Doz. $100 Beat the lieut with a tall (flass of Ice cold Lemonade or Iced Tea! T FltlSSH CALIFORNIA SUN GRANDE Luscious deUcute golden flavor^ NECTARINES . . . . >'$1.QQ FRESH CALIFORNIA CARDINAL Large sweet red clusters! GRAPES . -1?c FitlOSII CALIFORNIA IGA Tuble Fresh brand . . . the bo«>| CARROTS .... , 2 S 28f U. S. No, 1—WASHED, CLEANED NEW CROP RED POTATOES . . , , BetUto IGA Super Market 126 S. Prairie Bethalto Except 8:00 STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg Oppn 7 A,M, to 11»,M. Dally CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 614 N. Delmar Hartford Open 9(80 A.M. to 6)30 I'.M. Pally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair $o, Roxana Store Hours; 7 A.M. to a I'.M. Pally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 $0. 6th St, Wood Rivir Store Hour* I 8 to « Pnll Ksoept Tbttri, and FH. Open to J I'.M. W« Rei«rv» the

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