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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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AL1?ON EVENING , AtlGOSIf 19, 1983 Obituaries Ilubbard MlsS Etta Mubbafd, 82, died Unexpectedly Sunday at f:30 p.m. «t the home of a sister, Mrs, Earl Booten. 535 N. 1st St., Wood ftivcr, where she had made her home since 1935. Miss Hubbard had been In failing health for several years. She was born at Karbers Ridge, March 1,1881, where she lived until after the death of her parents. She was a member and active in work of Karbers Ridge Methodist. Church for many years previous to coming to Wood River. After moving to Wood River she attended First General Baptist Church, East Alton. Surviving beside her sister, Mrs. Booten, are four brothers, Charles, Elgin; Edward, Dexter, Mo.: Ivy, Elizabethtown, and Fred, Harrisburg, and several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Leo Perkins, Roxana, with whom she had made her home at intervals. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Marks Mortuary by the Rev. George Daugherty, pastor of First General Baptist Church, East Alton. Friends may call at the mortuary after 6 p.m. today. Following riles at Wood River the body will be taken to Gibbons Funeral Home, Harrisburg, for services Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Hardin County. and Mrs. Daniel Finley. Before moving to Wood River 27 ypars ago, Mrs. Aldredge lived in Pettts County, Mo. She wns member of First Baptist Church, Wood River, Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. 4erschel Johnson, Wood River; a Brother, Robert Finley, Columbia, Mo., and two sisters, Mrs. tosella Langkop, Versailles, Mo., and Mrs. Hettie Reed, Sedalia, Mo. The body Is at Marks Mortuary where friends may call alter 6 p.m. today. Tuesday the body will be taken o Sedalia. Mo., to Ewing Funeral Home for services Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in lighland Memory Gardens, Sedalia. Visitation hours at the Ewing 'Uneral Home will be after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Sibley HARDIN — Elva Sibley, a retired mail carrier, died Saturday in Jersey Community Hospital where he had been a patient only a few hours. He was 67. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Youngs Sibley, he was born Oct. 11, 1895, in Calhoun County. He had been retired since 1961. Mr. Sibley, a veteran of World War 1, is survived by his widow, th,e former Tillie Schumann; two sons, Urban, Kampsville, and Wayne, Carrollton, and three brothers and two sisters. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church, Kampsville,' by the Rev. Paul Schroeder. Burial will be in Farrow Cemetery, Kampsville. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Kampsville where friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Mrs, Maude Waggoner of Nebo, nother of Mrs. Harold Killebrew, East Alton, died Saturday at 11:5 p.m. in lllini Hospital, Pittsfield. She had been in failing health or several years and entered the lospital Tuesday for surgery. Mrs. Waggoner was born Aug. |, 1888, in Kentucky. She had liv- d in Nebo for 20 years and prev- ous to that in the Pittsfleld area vhere her husband, the late Wiliam Waggoner, farmed. Survivors beside her daughter, Mrs. Killebrew, are two other aughlers, Mrs. William Kelly, ebo, and Mrs. Late Ramsey, 'earl; four sons, Cliff, Kingston; Valter, Quincy; Harvey, Prescott, Ariz., and Alfie, Anaheim, Calif., 22 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Nebo Saptist Church of which she was a member. The body is at Coultas Funeral tome. Pleasant Hill. . Aldredg< In failing health for six months Mrs. Ruby Lee Aldredge, 58 died Sunday at 9 a.m. at he home," 131 E. Penning Ave., Wood River. She was the widow o Stanley .Aldredge, who died 10, 1963. Mrs. Aldredge was born at Nel son, Mo., March 23, 1905, and wa'i married Dec. 19, 1921, at Booneville, Mo., to Stanley Aldredge Her parents were the late Mr Cut Flowers Floral Arrangements Member F.T.D. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone 466-1238 Evening 466-3617 CENTRALLY LOCATED TO MORE CONVENIENTLY SERVE OUR ENTIRE AREA. Waggoner Blueford White, 75, of 2410 E, 3fbadway, a resident of Alton or the past 35 years, died at 1:47 a.m. today In Alton Memorial Hospital after being bedfast or a period of eight months. In failing health for the past hree years, he was in the hospital for four days. Mr. White •etired from Alton Bo*board Co. vhere he had been an employe 14 years. Born May 8, 188S at Junction, 11., he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James White. He vas married to Terah Compton May 20, 1910 In Shawneetoxvn, and lived in that area before Doming to Alton. He was a member of the Main St. Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife and wo sons, Archie and Louis, both of Alton; four daughters, Mrs. Seulah Ballentine, E. Alton; VIrs. Margaret Morgan, Fosterburg; Mrs. Lillie Ladendorff, Alton; and Mrs. Viola Barton, Alton. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. May Rilying, Harrisburg, 111., and Mrs. Margaret avell who lives in Indiana. There are seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends may call at Gent Fu- leral Home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday n Gent Chapel by the Rev. Benamin A. Bonn. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Rice JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Julia V. Rice, widow of Dr. J. 0. Rice, died at 9:40 p.m. Sunday in Jersey Community Hospital. She was 79. The former Julia Versen, Mrs. Rice was born Aug. 13, 1884, at Marine, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Versen. She is survived by a son, S. Jackson Rice, and a daughter, Mrs. Delbert Short, Jerseyville; a sister, Mrs. W. E. Froelker, St. Louis, and a brother, Paul Versen, Kirkwood, Mo., and three grandchildren. The Rev. David Maxton oi Granite City will conduct funeral rites Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Gubser Funeral Home. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. Ebel CARLINVILLE — Mrs. Eunice Ebel, 72, of R. R. 4 died at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Carlinville Area Hospital. She entered the hospital July 24 after lying 24 hours in her yard where she had fallen and broken a hip. Funeral services were scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today at Hein: Funeral Home, with burial in Loomis Cemetery, southeast o: Chesterfield. She is surivived by her husband; two brothers, Lawrence and Charles Barnstable, both of Carlinville; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Duckies of Chesterfield, Mrs. Catherine Kornack of Springfield; one grandchild and- three great-grandchildren. ALTON ORVILLE R. FELTON Services 2 p.m. Wednesday Funeral Home ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHAU'O EDGAR P. STEFFEN Services 10:00 a.m. Tuesday In the Chapel. Rev. Rueben Baerwald officiating. Burial in Roselawn Memory Gardens. , In state al the Chapel after 4 p.m. BLUEFORD WHITE Services 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel. Rev. Benjamin A. Bonn officiating. In state at the Chapel after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Home White Steffen A resident of Alton for the past .9 years, Edgar P. Steffen, 63, of 1402 Highland Ave., died at 8 p.m. Saturday in St. Anthony's Hospi- al where he had been a patient 'ive days. He had been ill about ;wo weeks. Mr. Steffen was an attendant at Beverly Farm for the past four years. Previously, he worked at international Shoe Co. from 1926 o 1934; and after that he workec at Albrecht Chevrolet in Wood River for ten years. After working at Albrecht Chevrolet, Mr. Steffen and his wife ived in California for about a year, later returning to Alton. Before moving to Alton, he had lived n E. Alton. Friends may call at Gent Funeral Home after 4 p.m. today. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. in ent Chapel by the Rev. Reuben Baerwald. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Garden. Born June 10, 1900, in Sheboygan, Wis., he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Steffen. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church, he was married Oct. 27, 1928 to Edna Simpkins in Alton. Survivors are his wife, Edna and a son, Edwin. Also surviving are: three brothers, Milton and Arthur, both of Sheboygan, Wis., and Harry of Beloit, Wis.; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Lutz, Alton; Mrs. Rose Kuehl, and Mrs. Erma Nelesen, both of Sheboygan, Wis Behler EDWARDSVILLE — Wallace Lee Behler, 87, of Edwardsville died at 11:50 a.m. Sunday at the Madison County Nursing Home where he had resided for abou two years. A retired employe of Richards Brick Co., and a former resi dent at 225 S. Main St., he wai born April 26, 1876, at Brighton a -son of the late August anc Adeline Holloway Behler. He was married March 14, 1906, in St. Louis to Mary Ann Glaze who died in 1951. Surviving are a son, Donald Lee Behler of St. Louis and two daughters, Mrs. Norman Dankenbring of Edwardsville and Mrs. Harry Busch, Caseyville. Funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Les. ley Marks Funeral Home by the Rev. R. F. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden United Church of Christ, with interment in the Brighton Cemetery. Meldrum CARROLLTON — Leroy Meldrum, 38, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum of. White Hall, formerly of Carrollton, died at 2 a.m. today in Hines Veterans Hospital, Chicago. He entered the hospital three weeks ago and underwent surgery Aug. 13. Mr. Meldrum, a truck driver became ill six weeks ago. Survivors, besides his parents are his widow, Delores, and foui cluldren, Rebecca, Roberta, Cath> and David. Meldrum, a veteran of Work War II, lived at Vandajia, and the body has been taken there for fu neral services. Miller Funeral services for Joh nT Miller, 2200 Lasalle Drive, who was fatally injured Saturday in an accident at Laclede Steel Co., wil be coneuctcd Wednesday at 9 a in, in St. Matthew's Church. The body is at Staten Chape where visiting hours will be a/, ter 7 p.m. today. The Rosary will be re cited Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mr. Miller, w h o had been em ployed at Laclede Steel Co foi 42 years, was a native of Little Rock, Ark. He was born Dec. 23, 1901, a son ot Mrs. Joliatuia Miller $20,000 Sought In Damage Suit EDWARDSVILLE - William E. Goebel, doing business as Goebel Willing & Truck Service at Bunker till, was named defendant In a 20.000 lawsuit filed today In Cir- uit Court here as the result ol a raffle mishap June 25, 1962, near tottage Hills. Piiainttff In the suit was John ,esko, address unlisted in the •omplaint, who said he was a pas- engor in a motor vehicle which topped behind a county patrol •ar halted to permit a motorist ihcad to make a left turn. The defendant's machine, trav- ling in the same direction, collld- d with the rear of the machine n which he was a passenger and orced it against the county pa- rol car, and he suffered severe iijuries, Lcsko averred. Felten Committal ill Alton Cemetery Funeral services for Orville R Felten. of Hot Springs, Ark., re- ired Shell Oil Co., employe and iormer Al Ionian, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Smith runeral Home. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, will officiate at the rites. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral lome will be after 2 p.m. Tuesday. 'Hie body will be accompanied 0 Alton by Mrs. Felten. Saturday Rites /' / For Frank Snow Funeral services for Frank Snow of 803 Union St., World War 1 veteran, and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, Al ton, were conducted at 1:30 p.m Saturday in Staten Chapel. Msgr. James Suddes officiated at the rites at the chapel and a St. Joseph's Cemetery where in terment took place. Pallbearers were Dan Tie mann, George Hensler, W. Ear Smith, Sheridan Jones, Gene Pearson and Louis Landre, mem bers of Alton Post of Veterans o: Foreign Wars. Thornton Burial In St. Patrick's A Requiem High Mass was sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Patrick's Church for Mrs. Mary Ann Thornton, wife of Oscar H, Thornton of 1128 Vernie St. The Rev. Father Tarsicius Fischer of Chicago was celebrant of the Mass and the Rev Father David Peters officiated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. • Pallbearers were Joseph Smith, Al Cutter, Leo Harshberger, Melvin Rushing, Raymond Daniels, and T. B. Thornton. Hodge Infant's Funeral Saturday Funeral rites for Timothy Hodge, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Hodge, were conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in Free. Will Baptist Church, South Roxana, by the Rev. Robert Jones. Burial was in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Serving as pallbearers were Steve Futrell, John Hollis, Rickey Maynard, and Lester Jones. Guthrie Services In First Baptist Following services Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Bethalto, the body of Leslie A. Guthrie was taken to Roselawn Memory Gardens for interment. The Rev. Frank Marshall con ducted services at the church and at the cemetery. Pallbearers were George Harshberger, LeRoy Virden, Warren Meyers, William Boland, Ralph Schubert, and Pete Kladar. Deitz EDWARDSVILL E— Clarence W. Deitz, 67, died at 10 a.m. today at Barnes Hospital in St Loviis. Deitz resided at 334 W. Un ion St. Arrangements are pending al the Weber Funeral Home. The average American walks about 65,000 miles during his lifetime, the American Podiatry Association estimates. the late William Miller. In early childhood he movec with his parents to Alton and at tended SS. Peter & Paul's school He was a member of St, Mat thew's parish and belonged to the Holy Name Society and to Knighti of Columbia, at Veroma, Mo. and to United Steel Workers of America. Survivors are his widow, the former Susie Seitnater, to whom he was married Oct. 29, 1921, in Veroma, Mo,, two sons, Roberl and James, Alton; his mother; three brothers, Frank and AJ, A], ton, and George, East Alton, and three sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Stomske and Mrs. Mary H olio- way, Alton, and Mrs. Margaret Neal, St. Charles, Mo. NO GAME TODAY Little League and other baseball and softball contests were postponed today as heavy rains made diamonds a sea of mud. Shown here Is Riverfront Park diamond, facing west. — Staff Photo. Valachi Believed Transferred FARMINGDALE, N.J. (AP) — By closing the Monmouth Airport to civilian airplanes for 15 minutes Sunday, the Army opened speculation concerning the whereabouts of underworld informer Joseph Valachi. Valachi has been telling federal authorities what he knows of the operations of a national crime syndicate. The 60-year-old convict was doing his talking at Ft. Monmouth. where he was under close guard at. the Army's Signal Corps center. During the 15 minutes that Army authorities curtailed civilian use of Monmouth Airport here, two military planes took off from the field. The airport is nine miles southwest of Ft. Monmouth. A spokesman at Ft, Monmouth declined to answer questions on Valachi's whereabouts or the possibility that he had been moved. The spokesman referred questioners to the Justice Department in Washington. In the capital, neither the Jus tice Department nor the Pentagon would comment. It was learned last week thai Valachi had been brought to Ft Monmoulh from the federal pen! tenliary in Atlanta, where he was serving a life sentence for killing a fellow inmate. The underworld reportedly has placed a $100,000 price tag on the informers' head. Grandmother Nearing 98 BOSTON (AP) — A little old ndy In a blue ahd white print dress 'sat Jot n photograph Sunday with ten lively great-grand children. The Indy has sharp twinkling brown eyes and she \vlll be 98 years old oti Halloween. She has 38 great-grandchildren and 27 grandchildren, onewf whom is the President ot the United Stales. "Say, what's going on here?" Mrs. John F. Fitzgerald exclaimed as mothers and children trooped to her upstairs room where she sat in an easy chair in the sunlight. "\Ve just want to gel a picture of you with the children, Grandma," one ot the four mothers ex plained. Since the children Unged dawti to thfofi fnoWht thfi fathers held a drtss fche&rstl Mvfriftalrs llfat. Older chlld'ren Were loM 'where to sit in advance. The children's jffatiapflfeflfS, Mf. and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald, ate Prestderil Kennedy's "Urtcle torn and Aunt Bunny" as sighed en a photograph of the chief executive in the dining room of the, large, comfortable home in the Dorchester section of Boston. President Kennedy last visited his grandmother In November 1962, when he came to Boston to vote. She keeps close tabs on grandson Jack by television. In Boston over a half century ago, a schoolboy named .Toe Kennedy was awarded" a prize by Mayor ,"Honey Fllz" Fitzgerald for his baseball batting skill. Joe readied for the prize but his eyes were on the may6r 1 s pretty daughter, Rose. He married her in 1914. MONROVIA - Liberia has passed an Import law'to protect her local beer industry iprlces. . Kicker Takes Cloth MILAN*—An Italian football star has announced he'will quit his team and enter a Dominican monastery to become a monk. 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Let somebody'i scissors clip itfreeofcompeti*. tion. And then watch some- ,pne's pocket, or,purge carry it to the place of purchase, Print makes sense because print makes 'Ont-(fo-smtsfnstnted ty the Print Advertising Association and The AiTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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