Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 1, 1963
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,*r jj™,^ -djd'888- TELEGRAM Obituaries Sanders CAfcLTNVlLLE — J. W. Sanders, 70, died nt 2;BO n.m. Wtfdnos- riuy nt Cnrllnvllle Arcn Hospilal where Ho WHS taken following a pnrntytlc stroke on ,< Tuesday, The body Is at Helm Fnticrnl Home, where furicml sendees wilt ho concluded nt 2 fl.rh. Friday. K e V- Wayne Hull, pnslor of Church of Christ of Granite City, will officiate.' fcttrlnl will be in Mnyfleld Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was a lifelong resident of Polk Township mid served as postmaster for over 30 years. Me ttlno operated Sander's grocery store at Mncotipln Station until retiring lit 1949. Hti continued to operate his farm until his death. Besides his widow,, the former Margaret Ebel, he' Is' survived by two sons and one daughter, William Sanders of East Alton, Albert Sanders of Sprliiglidd and Mi's. Anna Belle Rhodes of Car- linvllle; 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Spiekerman HUNKER MILL -»• Mrs. Nellie S. SpIcUcrmiin, 84, willow ol Ernest SplCkorman, died at 8:50 Wednesday in Carllnvllle Aron Hospital where she had been taken earlier in the \yi > Rl<. Tlie former Nellie Jayncs, she was born Nov. 15, 1878, in Mil- yard Township. Survivors are thiteo daiiRhlcrs, Mrs.- Ethel Neeiey, Hillsboro; Mrs, Nellie Lesiolv, Griffith, Jnd., and Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Moro; five sons, Ernest' and Leonard, at home; Edgar, Lester and Frank, Bunker Hill; four brothers, Paul Jaynes, Lllchfield; Pierce, Medo- r;rl.IUU'1'.Y. peoria'and Lester, C'arlinvtlle; 1.6 grandchildren, and 2(> great-grandchildren. Her husband and a son, Henry died previously. Funeral riles will y be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. in Jucoby-Wise Funeral Home by" (he Rev. C. M. Miller. Burial will .be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. Visiting hours will be after 3 p.m. today at the funeral home. GREENFIELD - Curl llodnpp, B, died at 5:'10 p.m. Wednesday at Royd Memorial Hospital in Carroll!on where lie had been a pal lent for I wo days. Three weeks ago he had retired from the Illinois Youth Commission at St. Charles, 111., where he iad been employed for 13 years. He had moved to Greenfield to nalce Ills home with his sister, Mrs. Raymond Woods. Born Aug. 20, I8!)7, he was the son of tin 1 late Mr. and Mrs. Ben llodapp. He was a former resident of East SI. 1/niis and was a neinber of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at East St. Louis. Ln addition to his sister, Mrs. Woods, he is survived by three other sisters, Mrs. F. H. Steckel, Jcrseyvillc; Mrs. Louise Kessie, Villa Park; and Mrs. Gilbert Schneider, Spokane, Wash. The hody is at the Shields Memorial Home where friends may call from 2 to '1 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Church by the Rev. Joseph Boll. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Greenfield. Carver Mrs. Mary Grace G'arver of Ava, mother of Mrs. Alolu Meyer of East Alton, and sister of Ken neth Wnisier,..Alton, and;Mrs. Irma Schilling, Wood River, died Wednesday after an illness of eight months. She ' was the wife of Warren 0. Carver. Surviving in addition to her area relative^ are two other,daughters, two brothers, and two sisters all of southern Illinois. i • Furieral riles will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m in' First Baptist Church, Ava. The body is at Wilson Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday. Edwards JERSEYVILLE',' .'*- Funeral services for Mrs 1 . Laura Edwards of Roodhouse, Rte.. 2. will be conducted, Saturday fit 1:30 p.m. in Jacob.y Bros. Funeral Home, bur- RIVKR FLORA ANN MORGAN Services .11 a.m. Friday, Funeral Home. GEORGE KINGERING .Arrangements pending. ial will bo in Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends rrtny' call ft! thh funeral home affe> 2 p.m. Friday, Mrs. Edwards, the widow of Lee Edwards, tiled Wednesday at 0:10 p.m. a! her borne. She.was born July 16, 1875, a daughter of (he laic Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wiseman. Three sons, Roy, Riverside, Calif., Archie, Jacksonville, and John, Roodhousc, and three daughters, Mrs, Marie VanVorhecs, Nucla, Colo., Mrs. Margaret Parrotl, Glencoe, Mo., and Mrs. Nettle Hlilman, Barstow, Calif., survive her. Hodapp «/ Graim Soybeans^ Com Up CHICAGO (AP) —Speculators Showed a little more preference 'or the long side of the grain fit ures market today and prices mproved somewhat, particularly for com and soybeans. Wheat weakened a hi!, however, on all M3 crop months as profit cashing developed after a few days of small advances. Carlot receipts today were esll- nated at; wheat 47 cars, corn tk>, 45, rye 3, barley 41, soybeans 12. CHICAGO (AP)-Wheal No 1 •ed l.Si'/fc; No 2 red 1.81%. Corn No I yellow 1.30 W-li; No 2 yellow 1.30V4; No 2 yellow hard 1.95-96; No 3 yellow hard 1.!M'/a; No ,'i yel- ow 1,28*4. Oals No 1 heavy white fiVM; No 3 heavy while B7; No 1 extra heavy white 67%. No soybean sales. Soybean oil 8%n. CHICAGO (AP)- I'rcv. High Low Close close Ringering Wheat ep Dec- Mar May Till IDW Sep Corn : *1) Dec Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec- Mar May Rye Sep Doe. Mai- May Jul 1.7814 1.78% 1.84% 1.8314 1.84% 1.8714 1.8G& 1.86% .1.82 1.80'xl 1.80% 1.55% 1.54% 1.55% 1.57% l.SG'/i 1.57% 1.21% 1.20% 1.21 1.13% 1.12% 1.13 1.16% 1.15% 1.16% 1.18% 1.17% 1.18% 1.20% 1.29% 1.20%. .64% .GG'M .68% .0.1% .GGMs .68% .68 '4 .6814 1.26% 1.25% 1.25% 1.29 1.28% 1.28% 1.32 1.31 1.30% 1.31% 1.29% 1.29% 1.30% 1.29% 1.29%. 1.79 1.84% 1.87% l.Sl'/a 1.54V6 1.20% 1.12% 1.15% 1.17% .639* .6(5% .68% .68 1.25% 1.28% 1.31% 1.30% 1.30% At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (Af) — flogs G.OOO: barrows and gilts 1-2 200-240 Ibs largely 18.1550; limited numbers 18.60-65; alwut 50 head 215 Ibs 18.65; mixed 1-3 190-250 Ibs 18.00-35; some 2-3 lots down to 17,75; 1-3 170-190 Ibs 16.50-18.00; 1-2 150-170 Ibs 15.0010.50; few lots 16.75; 120-150 Ibs 12,00-15.00! some 1-3 275-350 Ibs 15.75-16.50; few lots 16.75; 350-400 Ibs 14.75-15.75; Iwars 11.25-14.50. Caltlo 1,000: calves 150: slaughter steers small lols gow\ and low choice 900-1,025 Ibs 2325-24.50; Few head choice 24.75-23.00; slaughter heifers small lots and Individuals good choice 22,00-23.50; small lol near 850 Ibs 2.175; few standard 20.00-21.00; bulls titililv to good 16.50-18.50; good and choice vealers 2-1.00-28.00; few high choice 29,00; good and choice slaughter calves 18.00-23.00. Sheep 500: spring lambs good and choice 80-110 Ibs 18.50-20.50; small lots choice and prime about 85-105 Ibs 20.50-21.00; slaughter ewes most cull lo good shorn 4.005.00. »/ Stock* PLAY IN ENGLISH HEIDELBERG, Germany ft— A play by a Broadway stage 1 manager is to be presented a! the Roadside Theater In October. Robert Downing's "The Limbo Kid" is lo be done in English. The scrip! won the Southeastern Theater Conference award in the U.S. in 1961, was used in a condensed version on TV and performed by several community theaters. Early Gains Are Erased NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market slipped this afternoon after registering a small gain. It looked like a repeat of the action Wednesday, which snapped a three-day advance. Wall Slreeters were baffled by the abrupt turnaround from a rally that spanned the weekend and had caused some to say the traditional summer rally had arrived. Airlines paced the early rise but liieir gains were whittled. Eastern and National Airlines, which had been ahead more than a point, lost about half of their gains. Chrysler, very active and up 1 point at one lime, was down a point on profit taking. Ford and General Motors suffered fractional losses. IBM widened its early loss of a point to 4. Xerox was off 5. Down 1% were U.S. Smelling, Con I ml Data and Electronic Associates. Union Carbide was one of (he few issues to hold a gain of more than a point. Volume was estimated at 3.4 million shares against 3.97 million Wednesday. Prices on the American Slock j Exchange were mixed. U.S. government and corporate lx>nds were steady to a shade higher. Ju l _ 1.30 Soybeans Aug 2.60% 2.58% 2.59 2.60% Sep 2.59% 2.57%. 2,58 2.58% Nov 2.57% 2.55% 2.56% 2.50% Jan 2.61% 2.59% 2.60 2.60% Mar 2.63% 2.62 2.63% 2.63% May 2.66% 2.64 2.65% 2.65% Jul . 2.67% 2.65% 2.66% - Prices on 16 Minimi Funds Following Is a list of 16 ttiu ttml Investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co., through Ite Alton office. , These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The ' quolations are yesterday's closing. Issue Rid Affll. Fund 8.05 Broad SI 14.06 liullock 13.25 Capll. Shrs 11.09 Divicl Shrs 3.37 Fid. Cop 8.G2 Fid. Fund 15.96 Fid. Tr •.... 14.27 Fund Inv 9.79 Keystone K-2 .... 5.15 Keystone S-4 4.16 Mass. Tr '.. 14.72 Mass. Grtn 8.12 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.46 Nat. Invos 15.14 Tevev. El 7.35 Asked 8.70 15.20 14.53 12.16 3.70 9.37 17.25 15.51 10.73 5.63 4.54 16.09 8.87 24.30 16.37 8.01 THANKS FOR CHARITY NEW YORK tf—George Jessel will be master of ceremonies for the opening of the world's largest shoe polish plant (Esquire) in Long Island in September. Jessel is doing it as a thank you for Irving J. Bottner, company president, for the money he has raised for a favorite charily of Jessel's—the City of Hope. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m quolations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research lias 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 at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these arc not the closing quotations) AT&T 120, Gen. Motors 70'/2 Granite City Steel 26%, Olin Mathieson Chem. 40%, Owens Ilinois 79 1 /!., Shell Oil 43%, Sin clair Oil 45%, Socony 69% Standard Oil (Ind.) 61%, Stand ard Oil (N.J.) 70%, U. S. Stee 46%, Sears 88%. Daughter Takes Seat BEIRUT — Lebanon has jus gotten its first woman membei of Parliament. She Ls the 26 year old daughter ot an Arab industrialist who held the sea himself until he died in a recen plane crash. George H. Ringering of East Allon died today in Watson Nursing Home, Jerseyville. The body is at. Smith Funeral Homo, Alton, pending arrangements. Hawk Interment in Upper Alton Cemetery Following services Wednesday in Marks Mortuary, Wood River the body of Jack Hawk, 1.06 Mail St., East Alton, was brought to Upper Alton Cemetery for inter The Rev. Gaylord Hamilton, pastor of Brown Street Baptist Church, conducted tho riles. Serving as pallbearers w e r « Guy Madison, Berkeley Meyer, Peter Nader, Floyd Stone, Otis Sullivan, and Frank Buck. Morgan Rites to Be At Smith's Friday Funeral rites for Mrs. F I o r a Ann Morgan, wife of Herbert Thomas Morgan, 218 Ohio SI..,; East Alton, will be conducled Friday at 11 a.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River. In an announcement Wednesday Iho place of the funeral was erroneously listed as Marks Mortuary. Glussbrenuer Burial In Alton Cemetery Following private services Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Gent Chapel, (lie body of Mrs. Minnie Glass- brennor, wife of Ray Glnssbren- ner, was (aken to Alton Cemetery for interment. The Rev. W. Freeman Privelt, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, officiated at the riles. Willis Funeral To Be Saturday Funeral rites for Leo Willis, retired florist, will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Slreeper Funeral Home. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. TO 01) INCH at LOWER PRICES Values lo $'I.OH Double-Knit "WOOL 1 79 Yd. and 2 98 Yd. GA]W & LOKD'S 45'' TARPOON CLOTH tftiifAtnnHIno t/nlllfl In tllfi flBWOdt COlOT COI1 1.U8 Y oinblnatloiifi 29 Yd. 80-iNCHi, COWON SATIN & PAMPERED COTTONS nonutlful Poll pattern* In colorful & ninmlml llnrlr Prints. 880 VUIUU 79' Yd. 80-INOIl COMPANION flannel-Typo In I)|irl< , & PART SUITINGS Iridescent tones l.UH, ViUUO 98c 48-INOII—DAUK FOR FAJ.W! ARNEL SEERSUCKER Wiislmblo & No Iron I I'ormmium KTAYaKIl PKI1 1^1 111liHI >Yd, I DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONS I I ON ALL SUMMER FABRICS • Q»r Bear THE is, SELECT THOSE RUGS YOU NEED NOW! August Clearance Sale! SPECIAL MOHAWK AXMINSTER RUG VALUES! OVER 3OO TO CHOOSE FROM 6O SIZES 5 PATTERNS 6 COLORS 9x12 FOOT SIZE ONLY $ (in easiest terms too! Floral and modern textures, colonial and plaid patterns —SELECT YOUR ROOM SIZE DURING OUR August Clearance— they are all trimmed and ready-to-lay. ____^^^I^^^^WKWM^^^^^f^^^^i RUG SIZE 27"x9 Ft 9x6 Ft. ........ 9x71/1 Ft , . . . 9x8 V2 Ft Qvlfi Ft •QV! 1 p( • Q« \ O C* 9x13 Ft '.'.. 9xl3>/zFt 9x14 Ft 9xl1Vz Ft 9x15 Ft 9xl5VzFt —-. faaaaufSfaumm 6O SIZ SALE PRICE $ 4 95 10.25 .... 24.50 27 IS 3? r 30 34.75 30 95 41 r >0 44 95 46 00 48 25 49 00 49 9 1 ! 59.58 61.75 63.95 65.95 6B.50 70,75 ES! TO RUG SIZE 9x16 Ft 9xl6'X? Ft 9*17 Ft 9vl7 1 'v Ft. ... l )<)8 Fl ')xl8l/e Ft 0x19 Ft q v j qt , p( 9x20 Ft 27" x 12 Ft. . , , 3x12 Ft 12x10 Ft 12x10',? ft 19*1 1 Ft 12xim Ft. ... 12x12 Ft 12x1 2V;- Ft. ... 12x13 Ft l?.x!3Vz Ft. ... 12x14 Ft FIT YOU SALE PRICE $ 72.50 76.25 78.50 80.75 82.95 85.25 87.50 89 75 91.95 13.50 17.95 60.95 63.95 66.95 69.95 72.95 75.95 78.95 81.95 84,95 R NEEDSI RUG SIZE 12xl4i,v Ft 12x15 Ft 12x!5'/? Ft 12x16 Ft 12xl6'/j Ft 12x17 Ft 12xl7Va Ft I'vl8 Fl 12xl8'.--s Ft 12x19 Ft 12xl9'/2 Ft 12x20 Ft 12x20'/j Ft 12x21 Ft 12x21Vz Ft 12x22 Ft 12x22VzFt 12x2.i rt 12x23VjFt 12x24 Ft SALE PRICE $ 87.95 , , . 91.95 97.95 100.95 104.95 107.95 110.95 113.95 115.95 ,.,.. 119.95 ...I. 122.95 125.95 128,95 131,95 , 134,95 137.95 t/jO 9"i 143.95 146.95 TERMS AS LOW AS $5.00 DOWN AND $5.00 MONTH are open till 9 o'clock Friday and Mcwdoy Nights! HOME FURNISHERS Park Fret At Roar of Store—500 E. Broadway * t wonderful skirt with new ideas Young ideas. Gay ideas, Great ideas, One... detachable suspender** two... A-line Mare, three. .. "active length*', /our... patch pockets, five... (lip-front closing. You'll want it to wear with your pick ol our sweater collection, starting, perhaps, with this She/tie-Misf to match. Flannel Skirt $10.98. Sheltie-Misf Pullover $6.38 The Nicest Things Happen When Adelaars Get Together $17 Prettiest pairing-oft' of the summer-through-faU season, Adelaar's perfectly matched blouse and skirt sets in sizes 10 to 18. Left, jewel neck print, right, striped shirt and skirt. Cranberry, teal and brown. t \\

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