ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUSf id, 1963 Obituaries Howard Mrs. Rosie* Howard, who lived in Alton «ren for 60 years before going to St, Louis seven years ago,-died at 9:25 p.m. Thursday at the home of a son, bee Mo\v ard, 183T fienton St., St. Louis. The body will be brought to Alton for interment in Upper Alton Cemetery beside the grave of her husband, A. C. Howard, who died stx years ago. Pending time of the funeral the body will be at Kheelly Funeral Home, St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard observed their golden wedding anniversary some 10 years ago while living at Hartford, Surviving beside her son, are a granddaughter, five great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Granite City. Bishop CARROLLTON- Claude Bishop. a retired Standard Oil Co. em- ploye, and former driver of a school bus, died Thursday at 9:10 p.m. at his home, He had been ill since May. Mr. Bishop, who would have been 60 Aug. 31, was born at White Hall, Aug. 31, 1903. His parents were (lie late Mr. and Mrs. William Bishop. He lived in Detroit, Mich., before coming to Carrollton five years ago, and while in Detroit was employed by Standard Oil. Co. After moving to Carrolllon he worked at a service station and drive a school bus. Survivors are his widow, t the former Myrtle Garrison, two brothers, Bert, Pontiac, and Carl, Mt. Hope, Ark., and a sister, Goldie, Carlinville. Two brothers and a sister, died previously. While in Detroit Mr. Bishop af filiated with the Baptist Church and:'funeral .rites ;Sunday at 2 p.m. wiifbe conducted in First Baptist Church, Carrollton by the- Rev. Darwin Rowlens. .Burial will be in 'Carrollton City Cemetery. The body is at Mehl Funeral Home. JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Myrtle Villiams, formerly of Jorseyville, led Thursday at 5:50 p.m. in ioyd Memorial Hospital. Carroll- on. She had been making her ome in recent years with a aughter, Mrs. Randall Whitlock. i Carrollton. Mrs. Williams is survived by iree daughters, Mrs. Randall .'hitlock, and Mrs. Porter Whitock, Carrollton, and Mrs. Stan- Wilkinson, Kelso, Wash., and ii'ee sons, John, Kane, and Vayne and Clinton, Eddyville, owa. The body is at Guhser Funeral tome pending funeral arrange- lents. Tegtmeier EDWARDSVILLE - George C. 'egtnieier, 84, of Maryville, 111. ied at 4:50. p.m. Thursday at it. Elizabeth's Hospital, Belle- •ille. A retired farmer, he was born une 23, 1879 at Maryville, a son f the late August and Mary ^eslage Tegtmeier. He was mar- ied July 16, 1908, to Emelia iigusta Blume, who died May 19, 951. He is survived by a son, George . of Maryville; a daughter, Mrs. idward Volz of Edwardsville; a brother, William of Troy; three grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. He was a member of the Mary- ille Baptist Church, where serv- ces will be conducted at 2 p.m. iunday by the Rev. Richard Dilender, pastor. Interment will be n Buck Road Cemetery. Friend; may call after 7 tonight at the (Veber Funeral Home. Thornton Mrs. Maiy Ann Thornton, wife of -"bscar H. Thornton of 1128 Vernie^Ave., died Thursday at 8:15 p.mi in St. Joseph's Hospital. She had:tbeen in ill health for three years and entered the hospital July ''• 30. Mrs. Thornton was born Aug. 2, 1913, at Mattoon. She moved wi}h her parents, the late Howard.,.and Elizabeth Helmick' Gil- les'pey, to Alton in early child- She attended St. Patricks school and Marquette High School. She, was a member of St. Patrick's Parish and St. Patrick's Mothers Club. Mrs. Thornton had been employed at Owens Illinois for a number of years previously to 1940, Surviving are her husband to whom she was manned Nov. 29, 1937, in St. Patrick's Church; two daughters, Virginia Lou, and Mary Elizabeth, both at home; a sister, Mrs. Bertha Turner, Batchtown, and three brothers, Ed' ward, Urban and William Gilies- pey, Alton. A son, Donald, two brothers, and her parents died previously. Funeral rites will be conduclec Monday at 9 a.m. in St. Pat- EAGER TO SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES. Ick's Church, followed by burial n St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body .is at Staten Chapel vhere friends may call after 7 i.m. Saturday, The Rosary will ie recited Sunday at 8 p.m. Williams Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual nvestment fund stock quotations rovided to the Telegraph by Mewhard, Cook Co. through its Uton office. These stocks are elected on tho basis of their ales and ownership in the area. 'he quotations are yesterday's losing. Issue. Hid. Affil. Fund ...... 8.28 Broad St ........ 14.48 Bullock ....... •.. 13.64 Hackett John Hackett, a veteran of Vorld War II, died at 6 a.m. oday at the Sailor & Soldiers Home, in Quincy. He was 61. Before entering the home at Quincy two weeks ago he hac made his home with a sister, Vtrs. Charles Graul, and his nother, the late Mrs. Ida Hackett, at 800 Park Drive. His mothci died last July 9. He was born in Alton, Jan. 23, 902,. a son of the late John and da Shockley Hackett, and had ived' here all of his life with xception of time spent in military ervice in World War II. Before his illness he had been •mployed by the N. E. Mary Upholstering Co. He was a member of St Patrick's Parish and attended St 'alrick's schools. Surviving are five sisters, Mrs Graul and Mrs. Charles Fritz Alton; Mrs. Francis Sheeran anc Vlrs. Clarence Hopkins, St. Louis and Mrs. Nathan Davis, Peoria A Requiem Mass will be sung Monday at 11 a.m. in St. Pat •ick's Church, followed by buria n St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Slaten Chape vhere friends may call after 1C a.m. Sunday. The Rosary will be ecited Sunday at 8:15 p.m. Welling Rites to Be At 2 p. m. Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Anni Catherine Welling of Wood Rivei will be conducted Monday at p.m. in Smith Funeral Home STREEPER FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON WOOD RIVER ANNA KATHERINE WELLING Services 2 p.m. Monday Funeral Home BETHALTO LESLIE A. GUTHRIE Services 2:30 p.m. Saturday , First Baptist Church, Bethallo TIMOTHY BAY HODGE Services 1 p.m. Saturday The Freewill Baptist Church South Roxana Capit. Shrs Divicl. Shrs Fid. Cap Fid. Fund Fid. Tr Fund Inv Keystone K-2 Keystone S-4 Mass. Tr 11.62 3.49 9.01 16.62 14.9!) 10.08 5.31 4.25 15.25 Mass. Grth ....... 8.41 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.91 Nat. Inves ....... 15.62 Asktnl. 8.95 15.65 14.95 12.74 3.83 9.79 17.97 16.29 11.05 5.80 4.64 16,67 9.19 24.79 16.82 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. notations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has idicaled arc widely hold in the Uton area, as supplied to the 'eiegraph by Newhard, Cook & !o., from its Alton office. (The Vow York Exchange closes at :30 p.m. (Alton time), so these re not the closing quotations): \T£T 124%, Gen. Motors 73, ranite City Steel 29, Olin Math eson 43%, Owens-Illinois 81%, Shell Oil 46, Sinclair Oil 46, socony 71, Standard Oil (Ind.) 5%, Standard (NJ) 70%, U. S. iteel 50, Sears 93%. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS W — Eggs and live TOultry: Eggs, consumer grades, Alarge 35-36, A medium 25-27, A small 6-17, B large 27-28, wholesale grades, standard 27-28, unclassi- ied farm run 23%-25, checks 1811. Hens, heavy 13-13%, light over i Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 7-7V 2 , commercial broilers and fryers 16-17. Haitian Rebels Claim Success in Campaign By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic(AP) — A Haitian exile spokesman claimed today that 'ebel Gen. Leon Cantave's invasion force has scored its first suc- 'ess in a mountain guerrilla campaign to overthrow dictator Fran- •ois Duvalier. Paul Verna, the exile spokesman, said Cantave's army of several hundred exiles had seizec he village of Mont Organise, in he Riviere du Nord Mountains 1 miles south of the northern coast on which the invaders claim they anded early last week. President Duvalier's government claimed its forces hac crushed the invaders, Rites Conducted For Dettmer Infant EDWARDSVILLE — Graveside services for Renee Joyce Dettmer, three-day old infant daughter of Darl and Joyce Dettmer, 405 East Vandalia, were conducted at 2 p.m. today by Rev. W. C. Halm, assistant pastor of Eden United Church of Christ. Interment was n St. James Cemetery, Ft. Russell Township, with the Weber Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. The infant, whose twin brother, Richarl John, died Aug. 13, was born Aug. 12 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and died at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. In addition to the parents, survivors include two sisters, Kathleen and Cheryl; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dettmer, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Grace Phelps. Private Services For Frank Snow Private funeral services for Frank Snow of 805 Union St., will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Staten Chapel, Visiting hours at the chapel will be from 10 a.m. Saturday uniil time of the funeral. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Surviving Mr. Snow are two sisters, Mrs. Alma Brecht, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Abbie Albert, Fieldon. Wheat Up One Cent CHICAGO (API—Wheat futures iricps firmed somewhat in the early afternoon today as oxport- rs became more active buyers nit other commodities were generally steady to weak on the ioard of Tradr. Wheat moved up about a cent n spots, its broadest movement of the day. Soybeans and corn slipped major fractions. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat l(i cars, corn 102, oats 10, rye 3, barley 11, soybeans 7. CHICAGO (API—Wheat No 1 Yellow hard 2.00%; No 2 yellow lard 1.99V a . Corn No 2 yellow 1.32; No 4 yellow 1.29',i. Oats No I extra heavy white (>8. No soy jean sales. Soybean oil 8%b-'/,a. of Grains CHICAGO (API- Wheat Sop Dec Mai- May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mai- May Jul Oats Sep Dec Mai- May Rye Sep Dec Mar High Low Close 1.80% 1.86 1.89 1.83% 1.5614 1.79% 1.80 1.84% 1.85% 1.88 1.89 1.82% 1.83% 1.55% 1.56 Prev. close 1.79% 1.85% 1.8814 1.82% 1.55% 1.58% 1.57V a i.s Jul Soybeans 1.23% 1.12% 1.15 7 /8 1.18 1.20% .63% .67% .69% .68% 1.27% 1.30% 1.33% 1.32% 1.277s 1.22% 1.22V 2 1.12 1.12% 1.15 1.15% 1.17% 1.17% 1.19% 1.19% .62% .62% .66% .66V 2 .68% .68% .63% .68y 2 1.26% 1.27% 1.29% 1.30% 1.32% 1.33V 2 1.31% 1.32% 1.27% 1.27% Aug Sep Nov' Jan Mai- May Jul 2.58% 2.55% 2.54 2.57% 2.60% 2.62% 2.63% 2.56% 2.531/2 2.52% 2.55% 2.58% 2.61% 2.62% 2.57% 2.54% 2.52% 2.56% 2.58% 2.61% 2.62% 1.23% 1.17% 1.16 1.18% 1.20% .63% .68% .68% 1.26% 1.29% 1.32% 1.31% 1.27% 2.58% 2.54% 2.531/2 2.57 2.59% 2.62% 2.63% News of Stocks Key Issues Show Rise NEW YORK (AP)—Rails, motors and steels paced an irregular stock market rise late this after noon. Trading was moderately active. Volume for the day was esti inated at 4.2 million shares com pared with 4.99 million Thursday Rail stocks renewed their ad vance, on Wall Street reports tha some progress may be expectec in settling the railway labor dis pute that threatens a strike Aug 29. A standout feature was a jump exceeding 3 by Noi-th.American Aviation. Ford gained a point and Chrys ler more than that. General Motors and American Motors addec fractions. Leading steelmakers posted string of fractional gains. Up about 3 were Xerox anc Control Data. Gains exceeding a point wen made by Mueller Brass and IBM Up about a point were Texaco National Air Lines, Du Pont anc Kennecott. Consolidated Natural Gas sank a point. CBS rose nearly 2. Moderate losses were shown b> Sears Roebuck, Raytheon, Com monwealth Edison, U.S. Gypsun and Sobering. Prices on the American Stoc Exchange were irregularly high er. U.S, government bonds widenec modest early increases in lab trading. Corporates were steadj to higher. Wood River, by the Rev. William Sipes of Hartford. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. Saturday. Window Smashed WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Ger trude Tedrick, 619 Bowman, Eas Alton, reported to police that a window in her car had been smashed Thursday night w h 1 parked in the lot at the Old South Inn, 57 Edwardsville Rd. Hoy Hurt In Full WOOD RIVER — A nine-yeai old boy was admitted to Wooc River Township Hospital Thurs day 6:50 p.m. for a left arm in jury incurred when he fell out o a swing at a neighbor's home. Michael Miner, son of Mr. anr Mrs. Oscar Minor, 1131 Ferguson Wood River, was reported in gooc condition today at tho hospital. DWIGHT L PITKIN, SR. Services 10 a.m. Saturday in the Chapol. Rev. C. H. Collisson officiating. Burial In Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. NEED CASH FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS? 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