Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1963 · Page 15
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MONDAY, AUGUST 8,1863 ALTON EVENING TfiLEGtUPtl ^Obittmries Darnell Mrs. tJdra Maty baMioll, 5?, wife of dhttrles Hphry Darnell of 1253 Veflkei St., died Saturday nt 5:1S p.ttt. at her home. She had been in HI hoallh for several years, but her death Saturday HS unexpected. She was born at Mejipen, Sept, 21, 1905, a daughter of Mrs. George B. Hegger and the late Mi*. Megger. Her marriage to Charles Henry Darnell took blade April 2, .1932, in SU Mary's parish house, Alton. They resided In the Newbern area from 1938 until 1951 when they moved to Alton. Surviving beside her husband are fwiir daughters, Joan Rose and Patricia Darnell, Alton; Dorothy Kearby, G6dfrey, nhd Charlotte Kearby, Alton; two sons, Charles Robert nnd George J. both In military service. Charleij Robert Is stationed with the United States Army In France, and George J., Is In Germany. Both are returning by plane to the United Sl'ntes for the funeral, Mrs. 1 Darnell also leaves three brothers, Harry Hogget 1 , Mardln; two daughters, Mrs. William Me- Iowa, and two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Elmore, and Mrs. Marcella Churchman, Hardln. Mrs. Darnell was a member of SS. Peter & Paul's Parish and funeral rites Wednesday at 9 a.m. will be conducted in the church. Burial will>be In St. Norbcrl's Cemetery, Hardln. The body Is at Gent Chapel where visiting hours will be after 7 p.m. today. The Rosary will Tuesday at 8 p.m. be recited Baker EDWARDSVlLLE - Word was received here early this morning by Dallas Harrell, former Madison County sheriff, of the death of his sister, Mrs. Winifred Baker, 70, of Charleston, 111.', who died late Sunday night in a Charleston hospital. Mrs. Baker, who was employed by the Charleston "Courier," is also survived by 'tiv odaughters, Mrs. William McCarthy of Whiting, Ind,, and Mrs. Wallace Petty of California, and seven grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Erase EDWARDSVlLLE—Miss Louise Erase, 75, of 309 South Fillmore, died at 5:35 p.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital, H i g h 1 a n d, where she ( had been a patient 10 days........ A telephone operator for Illinois Bell Telephone Co. for 46 years,, she had been retired since 1952. Born Sept. 9, 1887, at Hamel, a daughter of the late Chaises and Johanna Brunnworth Erase, she s survived by a brother, Carl W. 3rnse, find B sister, Mrs. ternrna Dustman, both of Edwardsviile. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and of (he Telephone Pioneers of America. Ptineral services will he conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday from Trinity Lutheran Church by the Rev. A. J. Weber, pastor of the Carpenter Lutheran Church. Priends.may call tonight at Weber Funeral Home. Interment will he In St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Jfamel Township. fit 1 j).ttt. at by rMlal ther«. Born Dec. 22, IMS, In Jersey- vilie, Mf. Loftert was ft «efi at the late Mr. afid Mrs, Charles Lofton, He attended the Jerseyvlllc schools and was graduated from Jersey Community High School in J926/ He rhoved to Minnesota Ih 1941 Surviving in addition to his slsjer, Cora, are his widow, the former Leila MOweh of Jersey- vllle and two Sons, John fthd Charles of Roseau. Rands CHESTERFIELD - Glenn A. Rands, G8, of Hettlck, died Sunday at 7:15 p.m, at the Boyd Memorial Hospital in CnrrolHon where he had been a patient, for one day. Mr, Rands had been In falling health for about four months. Born May 30, 1895, In Chesterfield, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rands. In 192.1. he was married to the former Corlnc Loper, who survives. He and Mrs. Rands had lived In HeUick for the past. 30 years where he fanned. In addition to his wife, he Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Wendel Slullz, HeUick; a brother, Lynn of Hettlck; a sister, Mrs, June Dennis, Mt. Vernon; and one grandson. Mr. Rands was a veteran of World War I and was a member of the Palmyra American Legion Post and the World War I Bar- •acks of Modesto._ He was formerly a member of the Hettick school board for 14 years. The body is at the Warner Funeral .Home in Chesterfield where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Keller Cemetery at: Chesterfield. i aftd Mrl. ftofcert B. largy, hvo rteftsolis, MbwafB E. Sparks , . Evans of K6llcJiaH ( AlasM, and William 1. EVahs, Mt. Vernon, Wash., three btatherV Paul, WefitJiviile. Co.! Albert, Fordland, Mo,, and Dick, Michigan; three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Patrick, Mrs. Nellie Hall, St. Charles, Mo., and Mrs. Edith Sidwell, Pittsfield, and 29 grandchildren. the body Is at- Jflcoby Bros. Funeral Home where services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be In Oak GroVe Cemetery. < Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Wedne* day. Funeral services were held Saturday at Independence Kans., for David Andrew Sparks, 19-month- old son of'Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Sparks if Beaumont, Tex., formerly of Alton. The baby, who is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Sparks of 4738 Humbert Road, died July 31. • Surviving beside the parents and paternal grandparents are a sister, Leslie, and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Funston of Independence, Kans. Spencer Crast. Christy WE INVITE COMPARISON We are proud of our Establishment, Facilities, Service and Moderate Costs, GREENFIELD — J. Raymond Spencer, 67, died at 10:25 p.m. Sunday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. He was a carpenter and had been a resident of jreene County since 1910 and of reenfield since 1941. He was born iri Missouri, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer. On April 12, 1917, he was married to Ethel M. Fergurson, who survives. He is also survived by five children: Mrs. Glen Kit- stein and John A. Spencer of Normal; Mrs. Cloyd Smock of Tolono; and W. D. and F. R. Spencer of Greenfield. He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. C. W. Opper of Carlinville. Spencer is. a former master of Greenfield Masonic Lodge, a member of the Royal Arch Chapter, Modern Woodmen of America and of Kemper Baptist Church. Funeral rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Shields Memorial Home by the Rev. Raleigh Gordon and burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Masonic riles will be conducted at the mortuary at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Relatives will meet friends Tuesday between 2 and 4 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m. at the mortuary. John 0. "Dutch" Crast, a former employe of the old Luer Bros. Packing Co., died today at 8:HO a.m. at his home in Lesterville, M6. Mr. Crast was the father of Mrs. Gcraldine Gleason and William Crast, and uncle of Mrs. Bernice Ruwe, all of Alton. Born June 5, 1880, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Crast. He ^was employed with the Luer firm in the 1930's. He is survived by his wife, Josephine; three daughters, Mrs. Velva Rogers, Lesterville, Mrs. Genevieve Vasil, Alston, Mass., and Mrs. Gleason; two sons, William of Alton and.Walter of St. Louis; a brother, Albert, of Farmington, Mo.; all grandchildren and four great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three brothers, three sisters and three children. Funeral arrangements are pending at White's Funeral Home in Ironton, Mo. Marion J. Christy, '45, a disabled World War II veteran, died unexpectedly Sunday. Christy, who resided at 141.4 Milton road, suffered the fatal illness while at Riverside Park Sunday afternoon and was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival at 3 p.m. Before being moved to the hospital firemen tried to revive him with an Inhalator. Mr. Christy was a -former em- ploye of Laclcde Steel Co., and in 1941 was champion of the Laclede golf team. Me was born in Alton Jan. 21, M8, a son of Wesley Christy and the late Mrs. Kathryn Christy. His mother died in August of 1954. Mr. Christy attended St. Mary's school and served in the European theater during World War II. Surviving beside his father, who resides in East Alton, are a daughter, Joe Ellen, California; a son, Curtis Dean, Waco, Tex., a brother, Wesley Gene, Albuquerque, N. M., and two sisters, Mrs. Dale Hayes, South Roxana/ and Mrs. Paul Hubbard, Alton. Funeral rites will be conducted Wentzville, Mo.; Albert, Fordland, Matthew's-Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visilation^hours at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, will be after 7 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 p.m. KaUal WOOD RIVER JOHN WILLIAM NORTHCUTT Services' 2 p.m. Tuesday Funeral Homo ALTON | MARION J. CHRISTY Services 10 a.m. Wednesday St. Matthew's Catholic Church Rosary recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday JERSEYVILLE — Graveside rites for Elizabeth Kallal, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Kallal of near Dow, were conducted al 3 p.m. today in St. Francis Cemetery by the Rev. P. P. I-Ieinen. The baby died Sunday in Jer- r,ey Community Hospital a short time after birth. Survivors beside her parents .ire five brothers, Robert, Aloys, Gary, Delbert and Patrick; a sister, Roberta; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Frank Kallal, Jersey ville; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wies : haupt, Batohtown, and great- grandmother, Mrs. Abeln, Carrollton. AJ.JUN-WOOD HIVUM UU1HALM). William Lofton Patrick Hopkins JERSEYVILLE — Funeral serv ices for Harold Patrick, owner of Brentwald Kennels, Valley Park, Mo., were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Bopp.. Chapel, Kirkwood, Mo., and was attended by Jerseyville relatives. / Patrick died at 2 a.m. Aug. his home. He had 1 .recently undergone. surgery at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Surviving are- the widow of Valley Park; two sisters. Mrs. Laverne Jennings of Jerseyville and Mrs. Walter Kemper of Bridgeton, Mo., and one brother, Virgil Patrick of Jerseyville. Attending the .services Saturday from Jerseyville were Mrs. Harry Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Rolla Mo., for Miss Mary K. Hopkins of Marshall, Mo., a sister of Mrs. Edith Cheney, Jerseyville. Pending time of the rites the Meets Tuesday ROXANA - The Women's Bible class of First Baptist Church will meet, al 7:30 -Tuesday al the church. Mrs. Frank Williams will read the deyotionals and Mrs. Bon Schwarm will be hostess. W.M.ti. Wwk Bay ROXANA >- The Women's Mis sionary Union of the First Baptist Church had an all-day work meeting Thursday at the church wilh a pot-luck luncheon at noon. The day was spent quilting and preparing for the meeting of the Mississippi Valley Women's Missionary Unions to be held at the local church on Sept. 12. Attending were Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Ben Schwarm, Mrs. Albert Bean, Mrs. Roy Gibbs, Mrs.jjale Hawnon and Mrs. Walter M"apes. . Return from Vacation ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson and children of E. Third street returned Saturday after spending three weeks vacationing in the East and visiting Mrs Patterson's mother, Mrs. James Wilson, in Washington, D. C. Patterson has been on vacation from the Sinclair Refining Company. Sunday they attended the Dug- gcr and Mansfield family reunion at Terry Park in Palmyra which was also attended by Patterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manning Patterson of Kendall Hill. The families were relatives,of Mrs. Manning Patterson. Reporter Kc.turus- ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Gross and daughter, Dorothy of 318 Doerr Avc., returned Sunday afternoon after a vacation in Canada and several western states. Gross has been on vacation from the Shell Oil Company and Mrs. Gross from her duties as Roxana reporter for the Telegraph. Father Hospitalized ROXANA — Charles Wallach, father of Mrs. Oscar \LaPlant of W. Fifth St., and Mrs. Eli Ogle, also, of Roxana, underwent abdominal surgery last Friday at Jewish St. Louis. He underwent surgery at the hospital last May. Wanda Church •Women Meet SOUTH ROXANA — Women Society of Christian Service of the Wanda Methodist Church met Thursday and Mrs. Clarence Ash and Mrs. Louis Dike presented the program, "What Shall We To Aftefti CARROLLfON Mrs. HerSchel ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICES Hackley Sr. will leave" Aug. 16 to visit her son-in-law anr} daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Carroll in Salem, Mass., and attend the wedding of their daughter, Suellen Carroll, to Richard Joseph Croteau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Croteau of Cranston, R. I. Tho wedding will be Aug. 31. During the absence of Mrs. Hackley, her sister, Miss Gilda Robley of Chicago, will be a guest of their mother, Mrs. Arthur Robley Sr., and Mrs. Meda Dowdall will take Mrs. Hackley's place In the local office of the American Red Cross. ; Jerseyan Recovers After Sideswiphig JERSEYVILLE — Dennis Ferguson, 24, 136 Roberts St., whose left arm was badly mangled in an automobile-truck sidcswiping Friday, was reported recovering satisfactorily at Barnes Hospital loday. Mrs. Roberts said that it lias not been necessary to amputate the arm, as was first feared. 11 — 6-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVES. TtGATIONS—Downstaje Iflvftstlgfl- tlon Service. 618-AT 8-9165. Lie. fc Bonded. Owner, D. A. Landers. RIDERS I1A IlA — S RIDE—From Wood River to Alton Box Board from 8:15 'til 5 p.m 254-R491. WANTED—Ride to Corpus Chrlstl Texns. Leaving Wednesday or Thursday, share expenses. Phone CL 4-8844. EDUCATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Legal — Aug. 5 12 IB '63 NOTICE >F CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday In September, 10(13, Is the Claim Date In the estate of JAMES D. McCLOS- KEY, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said dale without Issuance of sum- this 29th clay of July 1983. MARY K. McCLOSKEY, Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, IJA INSTRUCTIONS 12A ~ TF Mart, thru frl.- I. B. M. KEY PUNCH — Bur-rough, N.C.R. Bookkeeping Machines ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF AUTOMATION (As Seen on TV) 6427 Hampton, 508 N. Grand CALL COLLECT FL 1-1197 or OL 2-5454 EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 CREDIT MANAGER WANTED — Credit manager fo retail furniture store. Must b C'XpeiMeilcRd In all phases of reta furniture credits. State age an experience. Write Box 830, cnr Alton Telegraph. 17 — 5 Probate Clerk. "TOR BIDS |h Sealed bids will be received In the Office of the City Comptroller until 2:00 P.M. DST, August 14, 1963, for lh ? LOADER "TRACTOR WITH BACKHOE Bids will be publicly opened and read at 7:30 P.M. Wednesday. August H, 1963, at the City qouncil meeting, City Hall Specifications and bid forms may be secured .from the City Comptroller, Room 100, City Hall, Alton. Illinois HARRY B.. RAMEY, City Comptroller _ JOURNEYMAN MACHINIST — Ar ply Plnsa Tool & Die Co. 700 W Broadway. Alton, III. 17 _ 7 : REGISTERED PHARMACIST—111 nols license for assistant pharm cist In hospital. Excellent workln conditions, fiooel pay ahcl frlng beneftis. Call HO 5-8831, ext. 34, a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Frida I7A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 17A — 5 ALASKA—Overseas. U.S. Job Info matlon. High Pay. Write Globe A plication Service, Box 864, Bal more 3, Maryland. EMPLOYMENT SALESMEN POSITION With old established local company. You'll need amibltlon and an easer Outlook, and a flair for creating. Sell yourself In writing fully to Box 600 In care Alton Telegraph. BUSINESS I SITUATIONS WTO. — MALE — 7- CARPENTER WORK — Painting, repair work, custodian work. 14v4 years experience. CL 4-0474. FOR CUStOM-gUilT Call WnlufA.jRM?.. WINCt&tftR'ft BOLSTERING • 462-823$. 41 RENTALS^ "SLEfiPlNO flOOMT 41 — 5 ROOM — For i, SITUATIONS WTO.—FEMALE 2 _- 8/5 -- - --— - L ._.-— '—"i ' • ~~ BABY SITTERS' REGISTRY — Call HO 5-3101 for competent, dependable people to care for children or elderly shut-Ins, In your home. 12 — 5 — •RONINOS HO 2-78B4. 22 — emp)oye<l tidy, kttcti'en privileged. Gai-ftiM). — — 110 2-264B. 41 A -••' i ' ' "'"" SLEEPING ROOM—F6f dy. Kitchen privilege^ Quiet, ant, clean. 465-7246. SLEEP?NO ROOM—AUiS apt. On bus line. HO 2-8970. Union. WANTED—Reasonable. WANTED — Ironings In my home. $3.0G a bushel. Phone HO 5-1534. 22 — 6 WANTED—Waitress work. Experienced. Own transportation. Bunker Hill 585-4528. 22 — 5 Call WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN — 465-4015, FINANCIAL 23 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 41 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS ELDERLY GENTLEMAN W*nU f large rooms with closSl. Ll *"i housekeeping. Write Box 810, car* Telegraph. ________ 23 — 9 —— A REAL MONEY MAKER SOFT CREAM DRIVE-IN — Has good Alton location. Fully equipped. Return investment in less than 1 year. Call for Information. Price $7.000 15 APARIMliNiS- FLAIS 2 "ATTRACTIVE upstairs room*; kitchenette. Upper Alton. O°°<} '2' cation. Oarage avalla6lB."465-1046. ,V'LARGE ROOMS—With large closets & bath. Upstairs, With range. HO 5-5002. 4!j — fl — — 3 ROOMS * BATH DOWN—3 rooms & both up. Can be used for 1 or 2 families. 817 Madison. Wood R ver. Inquire at 108 8lh St., Wood River. CL 4-8735. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 4 82-9797 23 5 FOR SALE — Drive-In, doing good business. Reason for selling, other interest. HO 5-3085. 23 — 7 INVESTOR WANTED—Retired person desiring an active part In a smalLbuslness preferred. Write Box G50. In care of the Alton Evening Telegraph. 23 — 7 45 8/5/63 3 ROOM MODERN Private en- 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE WANTED—Good new or used cars, 19GO-63 models, sedans preferred, or laxl service. All Individually wned Good profit returns, no llm- Write Box 640, care Alton Tele- 18 — 5 BABYSITTER—In my home. Days. 466-0263 after 6 p.m. CLERK-TYPIST ALTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL — Age 17 thru 25. Filing. Call HO 5-4411. ext. 19 for Interview between 9 & 5 p.m. 3 IN LOVING MEMORY ?N~LOVING MEMORY of Eva Hope McKee, who died 2 years ago today, just 3 days old Sadly missed by Grandmother, grandfather, Father, & Sister & Family. 3 ~ IN~MEMORIAM In loving memory of JIM WHITE, slain 12 years i.go, August, 1951. Sadly missed by. Parents, Brothers & Sister. Smith, and Mrs. Roger JERSEYVILLE — Raymond Lofton, a native and former resident of Jerseyville, died Saturday at Roseau, Minn., following a long illness.- A sister, Miss Cora Lofton, a teacher In District 100 schools, had been in Roseau at the bedside of her brother ior some time earlier this summer, 1 , arjd accompanied by Mrs.'Charles Bray and-Clarence Ringhausen, she returned Saturday to Minnesota for the funeral, , Services will be held Tuesday Spauldirig, Miss Ethel Donnell, Mrs. Laverne Jennings and Virgil Patrick. Northcutt Funeral services for J o h.n William Northcutt, 33, of 18 Cedar-, brooke lane, Kirkwood, Mo., who was killed in an atuomobile accident Saturday, near Fieldon, will be conducted Tuesday at Wood River. , Services will be at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, followed by burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home 'will be after 7 p.m. today. Mr, Northcutt was born in Alton, Aug. 24, 1929, a son of Mrs. Mary Northcutt ajid the late William C. Northcutt; He had been employed at Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., for seven years before moving with his mother to Kirkwood, a year ago. Since moving to Kirkwood he had been employed as route man for Products Promotion Co., at Kirkwood. Surviving beside his mother is a sister,'Mrs. Esther Harty, White Sands, N. M, A brother, Emery Northcutt. was killed in Korea in 1950, and his father died in August of ,1958. body will be at Null & Sons Funeral Home, Rolla. Burial will be in Anutt Cemetery. Miss Hopkins, who died Thursday, is survived by another sister, Mrs. Marjorie Vanausdale, Willmington, Calif., and a brother, Fred Hopkins, New Egypt, N. J\ Leo Willis Interred i In Valhalla Park Funeral rites for Leo Willis, retired florist, were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Streeper Funeral Home by the Rev. Thomas Ryan, pastor of First Free Methodist Ghurch, St. Louis. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers were George Walter, Floyd Tome'r- lin, Carl Kiefer, Al Fran/, Thomas LaGesse, and Don Kraushaar. Earl Hill Funeral Set for Wednesday ' Funeral services for Earl Hill, 2201 Elizabeth St., will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Tabernacle Baptist Church by the Rev. A. C. Hall. The body is at Bagbee Funeral Home where friends may call after 5 p.m. today, The body will tie taken to the church Tuesday at 7 p.m. Mr. Hill, a son pf the late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hill, was born Feb. 17, 1910, in Alton. 5 FUNERAL DIRECTORS e — FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. DORA MARY DARNEQ. Services 8iOO sin. Wednesday at' SS, Peter & Paul's Catholic Church Burial Jn St. Herbert's Cemete,ry, Hardln, II). ' „ tate at the Chapel after 7;00 P.m. Monday, Rosary recited at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Keying v JERSEYVILLE — Edward R. Keying, 54, a farmer of Rte. 2, Greenfield, died Saturday at 3:25 p.m. in Jersey Community Hospital. A son of the late Mr. and -Mrs. Hugo Heying, he was born.April 17, 1909. Surviving are his widosv, Mrs.' Gwendolyn Ross Heying; four daughters, Mrs. John Frailey, and Mrs. Kathryn Hested, Greenfield; Mrs. J. E. Marre-11, Alpine, Funeral Home Cut Flowers * Floral Arrangements Member FYT.D, W1W4S JR. Alton Floral , ' Phone 466.1X88 evening «9-8«i7 He was a member of Dunbar Lodge, AF&AM, Harry Ward Rites At Granite City Funeral services for Harry Roswell Ward, a brother of Mrs. Charles Kay, Godfrey, and an uncle of Dr. Ray G. Ward, Alton, were conducted Friday in Granite City, with urea relatives attending. Ward, a native of Jersey County, died July 30. Surviving beside his sister, Mrs. Kay, are his widow; two children, including Ray L. Ward of St. Louis, formerly of Alton, and a sister, who resides, in Troy, ,, Howard A, Gray Rites at Godfrey -.Funeral services were conduct- e4 today at 10 a.m. for Howard A, Gray in the Godfrey Methodist Church by the Rev. Harmond Dycus, pastor. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery, .Pallbearers were Sam Duncan, fcpyd Carson, J. F. Barbour, Joe ~ .ejjon, Charles Carlton, and Carl Rosa. Ringering Burial Jn Upper Alien Following services Saturday a,t 2 p.m. in Smith. Funeral Home. Ajlon, the body °* George Ringering, 818, of East Alton was jaKen 49 Upper Alton Cemetery for Interment. The Rev, Karl Clugg and the Tell Our Children About Suffering." The women discussed sponsoring four girls at a youth camp next week at Lebanon. The" executive board, finance, program and social committees had met previously and gave their reports on plans for the A coming year.' It wasi'voted to send Mrs.' Hertha Southard to the school of missions at Lebanon. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Theodore O'Neil and Mrs. Gene Knipping. Tom Hoechst Graduates " 'SOUTH ROXANA—H. A. Thomas Hoechst/USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ge6i?ge Hoechst, was.gradua- ted last Thursday from the Corpsman school at Great Lakes Naval Hospital. He, was presented an award for academic achievement. He was home on leave for several days and left July 30 for Camp LeJuene, N.C., where he will be assigned to the Fleet Marine. He is a 1962 graduate of the Roxana High School and entered the navy the following October. Ring Stolen, From Wood River Home WOOD RIVER — Mrs. James L. Jones, 1209 Madison Ave., told police this morning that a diamond ring valued at $140 was stolen from her home while she was out this morning. Mrs. Jones said the rear door was open when she returned home around 8 a.m. Board of Review PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. rt g 26 - • LICENSED DETECTIVE' - Legal photography. W. E. Burt, 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 7 — 8/29 — TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula;-, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. ' 18 12 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS — Full time. No phone calls. Comet Drive- Inn, 3087 Broadway. 57. 18 _ . FULL TIME—Tap & ballet teacher. Call 4-1431. 18 — 5 HOUSEKEEPER—Middle age. care for child, light housework. 5 day week, own transportation. Godfrey area. Reference. 466-0451. 18 — 7 LADY—To babysit. Call after 7 p.m. 254-4519. _. MAID—For Falrmount Home. General housework. No children. References required, all 462-3122. 18 — 5 RELIABLE LADY WANTED — To care for elderly lady. Stay. 514 State St. 462-0108. 18 — 5 WOMAN — For Insurance office. Thoroughly experienced in general insurance. Some kncwledge of bookkeeping. Write Box 620, care Telegraph. 19 HELP WTD., Male & Female 19 — 6 MEDICAL TECHNICIAN—For hospital laboratory. Phone CL 4-3821. 18 — 6 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES 8 — 5 BACKYARD RUMMAGE SALE — Tuesday, 8 to 12 noon. 610 E. 16th, Alton. 8 — 9 RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington. Monday thru Saturday. 9 'til 5. Friday Only 9 'til 9. . NIGHT ADMITTING CLERK—Alton Memorial Hospital. 4 p.m. to 1! midnight, weekends included. HO 5-4411, ext. 19, for interview between 9-5 p.m. 19 — 5 19 —— YOUR OWN BUSINESS—Rawleig] Dealers earn good profits. Prod ucts on credit. Exceptional oppor tunity for Industrious person in MEADOWBROOK, DEWEY PK., & ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS. See 01 write: Harry Longwell, 601 Wash ington, Alton. Phone 462-9009, 01 write Rawlelgh, Dept. ILH 690-170 Freeport, 111. SOCIETIES and LODGES . 6 — FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 A.F & AM.— Special meeting Tuesday, Aug 6, 7 p.m. Work in first degree. Visiting brethren welcome. . HARPER, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10—6 FOUND — Spitz dog. Phone 462-3824. \ 10 — 6 LOST money and valuable papers. ward. Call 466-2391. 10—7 Blapk billfold;^ contains LOST—Large spayed female dog, reddish brown, white. Markings on face & tail. Answers to "Tippy". Call HO 2-1798 or CL 4-4169. 10 — 7 LOST—White gold diamond ring In St. Joseph's Hospital. 4G2-2546 after "7 p.m, 10 — 7 LOST LAST WEEK — One keyring with 10 or 12 keys t|iereon. Call HO 5-2595 during day. 10 — 6 '• LOST—1 red bone female, 1 year old registered. Lost somewhere about 5 miles northeast of Pralrletown. An swers to Julie. DU 4-9364. — TF NOTICES 19A SALESLADIES 19A — 5 7 12 14 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY' —$75.00 yours for selling only" IOC Pearl Splendor Christmas Card as sortments, $32.50 for 50 boxes $15.00 for 25 boxes, etc. Free per sonalized samples, plus leading boxes on approval. Write today. I costs you nothing to try. Cheerfu Card Co., H-332, White Plains, N.Y 19A — 8/5/63 HOUSEWIVES — Make Chlrstmas $ $ early. Demonstrate name brand toys at toy parties. July thru November. $10 per evening guaranteed. Absolutely no charge for sample cases. Nothing to de liver. TOY SHOPPERS, Temple 7-9976, between 2 and 4 p.m. 20 — 9-9 IF YOU CAN SELL—Have $1,500 to invest. Want to earn $1,000 or more per mo. & cash awards & premiums to give attendants & dealers for selling; write Box 660, care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give you phone nO. Experienced Dri-Pow Distributor will interview you re gardlng distr. of Dri-Powr Automo live Products. 19A — 5 9 ~~~~ "I MADE $173 IN SPARE TIME,' says Georgia mother. Yours, $75 to $175 with new Southern Christina Cards. Personalized, Religious, gor geous designs. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample Outfit on ap proval Southern Greetings. 47 No. Hollywood, Dept. 114, Memphi 12, Tennessee. 19A — 20 Seats F. L. Rissi S EDWARDSVlLLE — Frank L. Rissi of Collinsville, new Democratic appointee to the Madison County Board of Review, was seated today at a reorganizational session at the courthouse. The appointment of Rissi as new Democratic member, succeeding Arthur Pete Fields of Venice, who died, balances membership of the review board geographically throughout the county but Republicans still maintain a majority. The other two members present at the reorganization meeting were Alhambra Supervisor Harold Landolt, Republiqan member, and chairman of the county board o/ supervisors, and Republican holdover member Charles A. Rook of Alton. Neck injured in Two-Cur Collision Thomas' L. Bono, 2017 Park Ave., suffered apparently minor injuries when the car he was driving was involved in a collision at Broadway and; Seeing Avenue Sunday night, • Police said Bono's car was Struck by an auto driven by Donald J. Kohler, -256 W. 19th St, Bono reportedly suffered neck injuries. Rev. William Bloke officiuted at e rjtes, Pallbearers wer§ Henry Lawiv un.ce, Earl Uwrence, James How- desiiell, Uoyii PJnkerton, Edward Miller, and A. C. Cruse. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified kill or classified corrections 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 5 P.M. TO 8 A.M. CALL HO 5-6511 DAYTIME 465-6641 HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). 2. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL' AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember, this is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. 11 - 8-15 LADIES — Millions are vlewitv "Avon Calling" on TV. Show am you will sell! We'll train you I earn the amount of money yo need Write: Avon Cosmetics, 302 Wayne Ave.. Granite City, 111., o phone TRIangle B-54B8. 19A — 22 29 5 —•————^—^——— SALESLADY — Exclusive franchls' well-known line made-to-measun jersey suits, dresses. They fit—the: fascinate—they repeat—you profit Popular prices, liberal commls slons Give phone number. Rober Rowers, Sweelwater, Tennessee. 20 20 — 6 SALESMEN MEN FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressive com panles In Us field will have a rep resentative Interviewing men wn hold the following qualifications: 1. Ages 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles in good con dltlon. ,, . 3. Willing to travel Monda through Friday. Home on week ends. 4 High school education. 5. Available for Immediate em ployment. • No experience necessary. Inoroug training Is given by company,an pay begins with training. Apply in Person WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7, 10:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. Company Representative H. F. McCULLA Illinois State Employment Office 1710 Washington Ave., Alton, III. 20—6 ROUTE SALESMEN Guaranteed salary $100 per wee plus commissions. FREE WASTEPAPBB PICK UP- At your home, also cpramorclai •ccounti, 465-3621, Alton W«ate Paper Co, 11 - 5 HUNTING ft FIRMING "LICBNSB-. Now available, for Cottage Hills "ea, Delprw BUjtori if Harvel Truck and operntlng expense furnished. 3. Established route, regular trac Ing customers. 4, complete frln«e benefits Includ Inn retirement plan, health an life Insurance. REQUIREMENTS I. Married man now working, ag Kvesslvii, neat, reliable, and wit u good work record, a, Age U to 40, . 3. Musi liuve had tolling expoi ence or public contact work. Opening In Wood River area. Qlv complete resume in reply to Geo. Threlkeld, jeu Armon Dr.i Cahokla, 111, trance, heat and water furnished, Adults. 405-7951 after 5. 3''LARGE ROOMS & BATH — Upstairs. 539 E. 6th. 259-2633 after 5. 45 — B — — 3 ROOM—All modern, $40. Phone 110 2-731O __ .V'/i ROOM — Unfurnished modern apt Private entrance. Newly decorated. CL 4-2B64 after 5. 4° ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. - — Heat, water, gas, garage furnished. $85. CL 4-1G76. raph. — 5 $18,000 PER YEAR > Certified profit statements show you can net $18.000 per year by properly pperating a Little Pigs Barbecue House. More than" 1000 units being opened. Company training and assistance guaranteed About $6,000 cash will handle, (only $2950 down). Send name, address and phone number to Little Pigs of America,) 1715 Sterick Bldg., Memphis, Tenn. 45 12 4 ROOMS—Garage. Rosewood HU. ERSONAL SERVICE DltliSSMAKING—1AILOHINU 0 — 9-4 ~ RESSMAKING—Alterations, pants ouffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 0 —' 7 ^ONINGS WANTED—Free pick-up and delivery. References. HO 5-5949. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 9/7 — AJR CONDITIONING J refrigeration service. Call Joe Rizzoll. HO 5-1506. 2 — 8-26 — T BULLDOZING—Clearing and grading of all kinds. Call George Long- CL 9-IG63. 45 5 ___ 1 —— ——— 4' ROOMS, BATH—Upstairs. Adults. Mlddletown. Newly decorated. Heat, lights & water furnished, $65. HO 5-5102 after 5 p.m. • 4 ROOM APT.—In North AHnn area. HO 5-2193. 4 ROOMS & BATH—Children welcome. 545 mo. 103 E. Maple, Hartford. 254-3378, 5 5 ROOMS—Upstairs. 502 Ridge. On bus line. Heat, water. $67.50. Ph. 465-5417. je Q — 6 ROOMS — Unfurnished, upstairs, private entrance. Completely redecorated. All utilities furnished. 282 S 9th, Wood River. CL 4-1658. 45 — 5 7 10 ——EAST ALTON—2 room furnished apt Air conditioned. Private entrance Heat, water furnished. On busline Near schools. $75 monthly. FRED E. THOMPSON AGENCY 254-5514 45 — 1 2 5 EAST END—Off College i Ave. 5 rooms, second floor. All utilities Included. $75 month. 462-4626 from 8 to 5 p.m. FOR RENT—2 rooms, 911 Humboldt Court. ^^_ >4ICE COOL 5 ROOM FLAT—Radiant heat. HO 2-5405. 306 E. 8th. 45 — 7 L —• • •• UPPER ALTON—'A block to 1 bus. Close to industry, 5 rooms. Heat & water furnished. Private entrance. Call HO 5-9432 between 8 and 5:30 p.m. 45 — TF fellow. HO 2 — 8-15-63 7162. CHURCH'S FURNITURE REPAIRING—REFINISHING TV. Appliances Serviced. 15 years WILSHIRE COLONIAL ARTS. Air-conditioned, spacious living. 1 & 2 bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. Range, refrigerator, disposal, drapes. R. N. Dunn, 254-9113 or 259-2987. experience. CL 9-9829. 2 10 ™ DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. 2 TF ————" 'ARTS i SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVF.R CLEANER SERVICE '2 —-• 8-19 63 — " " "* 'POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete stock Toro. Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 2 — 5 46 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 48 — 8-6 ' 2 ROOMS — Utilities furnished. $12 weekly. 302 E. 13th. SERVICE if Washers •jlr Dryers it Dishwashers if Air conditioners •<- Refrigerators if Gas refrigerators •if Gas appliances if Electric appliances Call Wood River Gas & Appl. tor prompt, efficient service. All work guaranteed. CL 4-7512 32 "SWIMMING POOLS Do It yourself- kits, or Installed. Concrete, fiberglus. redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. DUGGER-BAILEY, Inc. DU 4-4GB2 CL 4-2860 J3 BUILDING — CONTRACTING V-l CARPENTER REPAIRS — Additions, concrete porches, roofing, alum, siding, painting. Reasonable. 462-2901. 33 — 8-20 30B WOOD—Basement waterproofing and'cement work of all kinds. 466-2407. 33 — 8-28 CARPENTER REPAIR, block lay Ing, concrete work, plumbing, new homes, painting, HO 5-2436. 33 — 8-12 CARPENTER WORK — Patch plastering, roof repair, plumbing work, blocks laid and cement work. Also Interior and exterior painting. Call Charles Stormer. 466-1437. 33 — 8/8 2 ROOM—Furnished apt. Private bath and entrance, In Alton. CL 9-2100. 46 — 7 r— • 2-ROOM FURNISHED — Utilities furnished. $8.50 weekly. 462 T 9877, 46 — TF — 2 LOVELY ROOMS—Private bath. Ideal location. $55, Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 46 — 8 2 ROOM FURNISHED/ APT.—All utilities paid. 439 E. 3rd, or HO 2-5209. 46 — TF —— 2 ROOM—Nicely furnished apts.-All utilities paid. HO 5-7331. 46 — 10 3 ROOM FURNISHED—$15 week, 2 room furnished, $12 week. Utilities paid. Near downtown. HO 2-1427. 46 — TF — • 3 ROOM—Adults. Utilities. Close-In. Off street park. Winkler Apts., 700 Alby. 46 — 7 : 3 LARGE CLEAN COOL ROOMS — Private window fan. modern, no steps. Washing machine. One small baby accepted. CL 9-2533. 46 — 7 —— — 3 ROOM MODERN—Stove & refrigerator Water & heat furnished. Garage. Adults. HO 5-2402. 46 — 8-27 — 3 ROOM MODERN—Furnished apt. Couple 820 E. 6th St. 46 — 12 — 4 ROOMS—Private, modern, very nice furniture, air conditioner, newly decorated, gar-age, adults. References. Inquire 3423 Gillham. 46 _ 10 ——- - • • 4 ROOM FURNISHED—Private bath & entrance. Air conditioned. $78 monthly. 630 Lorena, Wood River. 46 — 9 ————— -~—————— APT. FOR RENT—Very nice. Utilities furnished. 807 E. Sth St. 46 — 8-2 '•. MOTEL APARTMENTS TV. telephone. Alr-condltloned. By day or week. Near Industries. Hartford. CL 4-6224. 46 — 7 ... —WOOD RIVER—3 room furnished duplex. Private bath & entrances, 1st floor, partially carpeted. Water furnished. $55 mo. 466-3648. CARPENTER WORK — Repairing, remodeling, roofing, siding. No Job too small. Estimates. 254-2303. 33 — 8/17/63 CONRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS— Walls, floors, walks, porches, etc, Free estimates, HO 5-1290. — HO 2-3483 Anytime. 33 — 8/10 ——— GUTTERING — Roofing, painting, odd Jobs, repairs. Reasonable. Prompt service, 254-3649, 33 — n SIDING — Rooflnu. Carpenter work. CL 4-1708. BUSINESS SERVICE M 34 — fl-5 IIKCOHATINO A-l PAPER HANGING— $10 per rm. HO 5-8764. 14 — 8/12/03 ..... BEST IN DECORATING — Paint- Ing interior and exterior. Paper hanging and removal Free estimates. Reasonable prices, 466-1134, 34 — 8-24 — DIAL HO 2-1656— From 5 to 8 p.m. for your money's worth In good exterior, Interior painting and decorating. , _ [NTERIOR &" EXTERIOR PAINTING— Plaster repair, tile laid. 460-3367 p.m., 4G2-5G9B a.m. 34 — 9-2 PAINTING, PLASTERING—Remov. Ing wallpaper. No Job too small. Free estimates. 406-3882, 462-8637. 34 _ 8/3/63 PLASTERING PAINTING. Wallpaoer removing Work guaranteed. Free estimates Alton, East 254-8181). Alton, Wood River- M STORAGE*'MO VINO 10)8 Alton, III. 17 HOUSES FUR RENT 47 _ 6 - - 2 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT— Walking distance to Western. Call CL 4-1355 or CL 4-0446. 47 _ 5 _ -- - 3 ROOM— Modern house lor rent, HO 2-5108. 47 — 7 - — — — .. . . 4 ROOM MODERN HOUSE— Newly decorated. Basement, sun room, garage, natural gas heat, bath, lane yard. North Alton, $70 mo, HO 5-9182. 47 _ 7 _ - __ - — 4 ROOM DUPLEX — Couple preferred or small family, inquire 404 Cobb, East Alton. 47 _ 5 _ , i— --- _««_—. . 4 ROOM MODERN — Furnished house. 4Q7Vii Grand, Alton. 485-333Q. 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE — 3311 Sherman St. HO 2-4731. _ EXTRA NICE— 3 bedroom brick, Central air conditioning. *IB5 mo. Phone CL 9-2136. 47 _ (i ____^ - ...... .....Ian. i L .. i ' FOR LEASE — :» and. 3 bedroom brick liomsi, In BethaltQ. f $140 per month respectively, — DU 4-6344. 47 _ 6—- - -, - -~ - -— FOR RENT— Bethalto. 4 room house. All utilities. See M. Vermaux, 653 Sheridan St. DU <•«>»*. NEW 4-RQOM BRICK r ~r tills, built-in stove, carpo rt. Adi) i, Heights, Belwood Dr., Roiewooa Heig Phone 2B9-9899, _ ONE* OF "MILTON ROAR'ST better 3-bedi-oom home*. Partly furnished, $125 momh. inquire Cy'« Pool room, 1130 Milton Road!. No phone ca'IU, WQob •484-a \ •#*» Telegraph \Vtnt'Adi* '*«&?* " j t ,., a'K t. «", , , \ ' '*' '"- AjM^J" 1 ' ' i , m«rt*t»

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