Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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AUGUST 21, ALTON EVENING Boedeker 1 *' . Chflrlfeft A. B6odekcr, 82, a former glflss blower' and rented grocer, dred Tuesday nt '3:30 p.m. In St. LwittospUnl, St. Louis, where ha 1l|itt tH?b|J a "patient for six da$M| J 'f Mr. BoM^keK/whoBc j'eslflence was al.$Q9 Jfe'm\y SI,', Had : beon in ill liefll^fibj' : '-:u year. "'.:' > He was born 'in Macoupln County, April 1, 1.881. a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boecleck- or, During his early life he worked as a glassblower at Illinois Glass WE INVITE COMPARISON Wu Arc Proud of. our • ESTABLISHMENT • FACILITIES • SERVICE • MODERATE COSTS Co., and when hand blowers were replaced by machines he engaged m The grocery business. 'He 6per- filed A store In the GOO-blocfc of East Broadway for many 'years and later/ was employed at the grocery on Pearl Street. A longtime member and&ctlVo in Work of Alton EVatfeolleal Church, ho had served 1 as head usher nl thp church tor 2(1 yeni's and was a member of the church consistory; n member 'joT the board ot elders,-and belonged to the Men's' Brotherhood. tie was married In -1004 In Alton MvafigeUcal Church to tlie former Bertha Sehijniaehefr,' Their ^Oth-wedding anitfver&ary' In 1954 was bbsftgved , with a reception attended b'y nib-re than 200 guests, Atf'ardent sportsman/Mr, Boe- ticket 1 *'had devoted , his leisure time,to fishing and waa a 'mem- ber'of Allpn-Wood River Sports- rn'itn 'Club. He was also a member of the 1 Macabec Lodge. ."Surviving'are his ;widow; a brother; Louis, Alton;' and four sisters, Mrs. Mu'ry Miller and Mrs. Arthur Laux, Allon; Mrs. Elizabeth Reids, Chicago, and Mrs. 'George Davis,, Wood River. Three 'brothers,' ' 'George, Anton, and William, died previously. Funeral services will be con- dueled Thursday at 10 a.m. In Morrow-Qulnn Mortuary by the Rev. A. L. Scheiler, retired minister, who is occupying Ihe pulpit al Alton Evangelical Church while the Rev. Charles Stevens is on vacation. Entombment; will be in Grandvlew Mausoleum, Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the mortuary will be after 5 p.m. today. John Goodock, who survives. Also surviving are a brother, Alton Uflftiel 6f Gfrahlte City, and a sister, Mrs. Marjorle Lee of Los Angeles, Calif. Following f|(es at 8:30 _a.m. Thursday 'M .'.§lf aiiVe FinWal Hdme, Retjtllefh Mass is to be read at 8 o'elbojk at St. Cecelia's Church.m Glen carbon, with ln- termsht in Glen Cdrboii Cemetery. . ,,;•' .'•; . Stephen.' Mlnnrick, 134 Acton Ave,,. \Vood * River,, a retired American Oil Co., employe, died at 10:40 ft.ttii fuejsday in Alton Memorial Hospital. 'He had been II for stoc weeks attd a jialicnt n.the hospital dnly one day. Mr. Mlhariek, a pipefitter, be- gah Work . f o r Standard Oil Co., In 1926. He had been employed by the company 'al Ellsworth, Pa., and al Gary, Ind., before coming to Wood River. Mlnii'rlck FrpnV -1946 until .imc of his rcllrWient In 1956 he wd been employed Irt Ihe pipe department of the refinery. He was born In Czechoslovakia, Aug. 29, 1872. He was married in L902 to the former Mary Humuro- vich, who died in December ol Goodock EDWARDSVILLE Mrs. Anna Goodock, 51, of Glen Carbon, died at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Mrs. Goodock >vas born Dec. 8, 1911, at Oklahoma, Ark., a daughter of the late Albert and Ann Darnel. She was married Nov. 19, 1948, at Granite City to ARTHUR C. LAMPARTER "Services'10 a.m. Thursday at Faith Lutheran Church. Rev. Paul Schroeder officiating. Burial in Valhalla. Memorial Park. In state at the Chapel. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs Margaret Hozian, Wood River; three sons, Frank, Elsah; John Bethallo, and Steve, Wood Riv er; a half-brother, Walter Skal clmn and two grandchildren. Two sisters died previously. A Requiem High Mass will be sung Friday al 9 a.m. in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, fol lowed by burial in Calvary Ceme tery, Edwardsvllle. Visiting hours al Marks Mort uary, Wood River, will be aftei 7 p.m. today. The Rosary wil be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. Wiist JERSEYVILLE — Funeral serv Ices for Edward Louis Wiist, 54 who was fatally injured Tuesda> in a tractor accident at his tarn home, north of Fieldon, will be ALION-WOOD KIVEK HEiHALIO your once-a-year opportunity to save! stockings Miller A Solemn Requiem High Mass as sung at 9 a.m. today In St. /tfittficw's Church for John t. filler, who was fatally injured aturday in an accident at La- lede Steel Co. Burial was 1. Patrick's Cemetery. In Rev. Father John Stewart as celebrant of the Mass; the ev, Father David Peters, dea- pil, and the Rev. Father Robert itorrow, sub-deacon. Nephews were pallbearers. They were Paul Parker, Joseph hd Raymond Miller, James, 'homas and Edward Stromskc. Coons Interment in Upper AltoiiCemelery Following services Monday at p.m. In Streepor Funeral Home 1C, body of Mrs. Mable Mae loons was taken to Upper Alton Dcflletcry for Interment. The Rev. Orrin M. Anderson, >aatoi- of First Baptist Church, ffidated at the rites. Pallbearers were Larry Beasey, Henry Grisham, Carl Lathron, Eldredge Kelsey and James 3rooks. Meld rum Funeral Wil I Be Thursday CARROLLTON—Funeral sqrv- ces for Leroy Meldrum of Van dalia, formerly of Carrollton, II be conducted Thursday al 1:30 p.m. in First Baptist Church, Vandalia. Burial will be n Providence Baptist Cemetery, east of Carrollton. Pending time of the funeral the jody will be al Mark Miller Fu- leral Home, Vandalia. o Futures Turn Weak CHICAGO (API—Grain futures prices eased into general weakness with trade virtually at a standstill in the early afternoon today on the Board of Trade. September corn was the only 'onlract on Ihe exchange show- ngs any firmness at that time t was up a major fraction on stip- >orl which dealers said appcarec o include some short covering Cnrlot receipts today were es imalotl at: wheat 5 cars, corn 58 oals 5, rye 2, barley 10, soybeans 0. CHICAGO IAP) — Wheat No 2 •ed 1.8214. Corn No 4 yellow 1.29'/i-31j No 5 yellow 1.29-2914. No oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 8n. Wheat lep Dec War May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar Time is Money WASHINGTON—Railroad men say that standardizing Daylight Savings Time would save them over a million dollars a year. icld Friday. A Requiem High Mass will be sung al 9:30 a.m. in St. Mary's Church of the West Woods by UK lev. Fatther Peter Klumby. Buria will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Wiist was born Sept. 3 L908 at Fieldon. His parents were he late Mr. and Mrs. Willian Wiist. Survivors are his wife, Virginia; son, William J., Godfrey; two daughters, Miss Marcell Wiist Fieldon, and Mrs. Richard Wil son, Jerseyville; six sisters, Mrs Louise Hagen, Fieldon; Mrs Margaret Drainer 1 , Wood River; Mrs. Pauline Franklin, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Eyers, Brighton; Mrs. Theresa Klunk and Mrs Mildred Healey, Jerseyville. His parents, a son, Robert, and daughter, Barbara, died previous The body is at Jacoby Bros Funeral Home where friends IT call after 3 p.m. Thursday. The Rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m. Selected Stocks High Low Clo«e Prev. close 1.81'/a 1.79'/2 1.79" 2 1.80% 1.86W l.SSVj 1.85% .86 1.89'/:! 1.88',/i .88Va 1.89'/2 1.8<Hi .83% 1.83% 1.84Vi 1.57% 1.57 1.57 1.57% 1.fi9',i 1.59 1.59 1.59% 1.23Vi 1.22% 1.23 1.13 1.12 1.12 1.22% 1.12% Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange Issues research has ndicated arti 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 are not the closing quotations). AT&T 122%, Gen. Motors 72, Granite City Steel 28V4. Olln Mathieson 43M, Owens-Ill. 80'/4, Shell Oil 46to, Sinclair Oil 48%, Socony 70%, Standard Oil (tnd.) 64%, Standard (NJ) 70Vfr, U. S. Steel 48%, Sears 94%, News of Slocks Key Issues In Demand NEW YORK (API— Selected is- IUGS were in demand late this aft- rnoon as the slock market dls- ilaycd an irregularly lower pat- ern in moderate trading. Volume for the day was es- .ininled at 3.7 million shares compared with 3.65 million Tuesday. Blue chips were a scramble of 11) nor gains or losses, with the major trend down slightly. Speculative activity was high in Produce Prices At St, Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)-Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades. A large 35-36, A medium 24>26, A small 16-17, B large 27-29, wholesale grades, standard 26-28, tin classified farm run 23V2-25, checks 18-21, Hens, henvv 13'/ 1'Ha light over 5 Ibs S-9, under 1.1B% 1.15W 1.15% May 1-18% 1.17% 1.17% 1,17% Juf Oats 1.2014 1.19% 1.19% 1-20 Sop Dec Mar May Rye Sep 62% 66% 68% 68% 62% 66% 68% 63% 62% 66'/i 68% 68% 62% 66% 68% 68'/ 2 1.28 1.27% 1.28 1.27% May Jul Dec 1.3214 1.31 Ms 1.32W. 1.31% Mar 1.35% 1.35% 1.35V. 1-35% 1.34% 1.34 1.34% 1.34 1.29% 1.29 1.29% 1.29V* Soybeans Aug 2.58V4 2.5(5% 2.57% 2.57% Sep 2.56 2.54 2.54V* 2.54% Nov 2.54V2 2.52% 2.52% 2.53% Jan 2.5814 2.56 2.56% 2.56 7 / 8 Mar 2.61% 2.59 2.59 2.60 May 2.63>/i 261Vi 2.61% 2.62% Jul 2.64% 2.62 2.62% 2.63V4 Livestoek Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 (AP)—(USDA)— Hogs 8,000; 25 ti 35 lower; barrows and gilts 19C 260 Ib 17.25-18.00; sows 275-625 It 13.00-16.50. Cattle 2,500; calves 250; steady good lo prime steers 22.50-25.75 good to choice heifers 22.50-24.00 utility cows 14.50-17.00; vealen steady; good and choice vealer: 25.00-31.00. Sheep 600; steady; good ti prime lambs 19.00-21.50; ewes cul to good 4.50-5.50. They Will Learn DAMASCUS — Several Syrian businessmen are reported going to Moscow to study Russian trade and sales tricks. ANNOUNCEMENTS Ibs 7-7V6, commercial broilers ftnrf 'fycrs 16-17. O pposc Listing Race, Faith of Pupils NEW YORK (AP)-The American Federation of Teachers went on record Tuesday against listing the race and religion of pupils on school records. 110 Moslems Killed , hi tent pta Collapse BOMBAY, Ifldfo (AP)-Poll$i reports reaching here today «l8 at least 110 Moslem worshiper* were killed and 68 Injured In the collapse of a mosque Tuesday 111 (he central Indian town of Yeot- mal, 400 miles from Bombay, LfeOAL NOTICES Legal — Aug. 7 H 21 '03 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS: COUNTY OF MAuISON ) HELEf BOLTON. Plaintiff •VS- MELVIN BOLTON. Defendant DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 63-C-454 -To; MELVIN BOLTON The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice Is hereby given you, MELVIN BOLTON. defendant In Ihe ahoVe entitled cause, that the ubove suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff. HELEN BOLTON, apalnst you, praying for divorce; that said suit Is numbered B3-C-454 In Chancery, and Is still pending. And that MELVIN BOLTON, Defendant, Is to be served by publication. Now therefore, unless you, MELVIL BOLTON, said Defendant, file your answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held In the Court House In the city of Edwardsvllle, nil- nols on rr before September 6, 1983, default may be entered against you al any time after that date, and a Decree entered In accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this 6th day of August. A.D. variety of issues, however. U.S. Smelting gained more than 4, IBM more than 3, Polaroid 2, Yen- do, Automatic Canteen and United Artists around a point each. Korvctle was strong, rising more than a point, and was traded on sizeable blocks. United Artists was up l ] /4- General Foods, Universal Match, Lionel, General Precision, 1903. Studebaker tric Power and American Elec- were briskly traded fractional gainers. American Telephone was off about a point. Xerox and National Airlines were down about a point, U.S. Gypsum more than that. Gains of about a point were posted for Consolidated Edison and Montgomery Ward. Chrysler, U.S. Steel, Royal Dutch and Du Pont (ex dividend) added fractions. Prices were irregular on the American Stock Exchange. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Affil. Fund 8.29 8.97 Broad St 14.54 15.72 Bullock 13.65 14.96 Capit. Shrs 11.73 12.86 Divid Shrs 3.49 3.83 Fid. Cap • 9.06 9.85 Fid. Fund 16.67 18.02 Fid. Tr 14.98 16.28 Fund Inv 10.11 11.08 Keystone K-2 .... 5.32 5.82 Keystone S-4 .... 4.25 4.64 Mass. Tr 15.29 16.71 Mass. Grth 8.44 9.22 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.97 24.85 Nat. Inves 15.69 16.96 Tevev. El 7.50 8.17 WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois Wiseman, Hallctt & Mosele Attorneys for Plaintiff 020 E. Third, Alton. Illinois CARD OF THANKS 2 — 21 ANNA C. WELLING—We would like to thank all those who were so kind during our recent bereavement, especially: Rev. Wm Sites. Rev. Porter Estes. Mr. & Mrs. Enos Starkey, Mr. & Mrs. Blnkley. 3 IN LOVING MEMORY 3 — 21 IN LOVING MEMORY of Hlske Gerdes. who passed away one year ago, August 21, 1902. She Is gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by, Sons, Daughter & Grandchildren FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3-0 7 — 9-2 ___ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 8-26 Happy Feet go Back-to- School m Yes, they're really Berkshires the famous stockings with the Nyloc® Run-Barrier, Guaranteed not to run from top or toe into thej/sheejr leg area*or ypw get « new* Jjalr free, \:/ AUGUST 22 - SEPTEMBER 7 shoes EXTRA SPECIAL THURS., FRI. & SAT. ONLY ALL ChecK fabulous sayjngsl 3 Mil $3.79 IASTGATE PLAZA Open 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. • THE SHOE FOR CHILDREN CorecTred & Regular ...o/ course OFF ALL NEW PATTERNS NO ODDS AND ENDS Infant'* Size I '/i to Women's Sizv X WIDTHS: From AAA to KB In most nutlorns Mtiny Other J'uttcrns To Choose From in lll|{h or kow Shoes. FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 4B6-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd PK'«SONAI.S 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 Phar- ma>.y. 8 RUMMAGE 4 8 — 21 PASTRY SAI.KS RUMMAGE SALE — At Loretto Home, 417 Prospect, rear, Aug. 22. SOCIETIES 9 _ 21 id LODGES WOOD RIVER LODGE NO 1062 AF&AM. Stated meeting Aug. 21, 19G3, 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren. HOWELL K. BARNETT, W.M. (Classified Cont. on Pago 28) Yes, LEVI'S Double-Knee Western Jeans are actually 87% tougher by laboratory test! They're Sanforized, too, for easy washing and perfect fit—have zipper fly and waist snap even tiny youngsters can work. Regular and slim models Sizes 2 to 12. Husky to 36 Waist. Regulars and Slims LEVrs DOUBLE-KNEE ;^ WESTERN JEANS Sanforized Pre-Shrunk LEVI'S Waist 27" $4 QQ to 38" »!i»I%l Husky $3.50 WHITE LEVI'S Sizes 8 to 12 $3.49 WHITE LEVI'S Sizes 27 to 38 $4.49 STORE IN TOWN Open Monday and Friday 'Til 9 p.m Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Give him a WURLlIZER fora lifetime adventure in music This is a milestone In his "growing up," this first experience in the enchanted world of music. There is no finer instrument for him than a Wurlitzer piano. Life-long, his Wurlitzcr stays new in tone and playing quality. Painstaking care and expert craftsmanship build the Wurlitzer, More than a century of experience in music is behind this matchless instrument. Start your child—today—with * Wurlitzer Piano. All This Season's Newest Styles and Colors WSNT A WUItUTiUfill PIANO FOIl ONLY 10.00 PER MONTH (pluB cnrtnge) Select from more than 50 styles and finishes— there 1 * one exactly right /or you, Com* In or mall coupon THIRP AND STATi STS.^HO 5.7531 I would Ilka ditolli on th« Wurlltur Piano. AM'lll. HALPIN MUSIC 561 K. liroudwuy— HO g-QUUU Open Won. $ Frl. Evouliign luxurious drapenes CUSTOM MADE FOR Yard SHORTIE DRAPERIES . . . new and venalllo. Attractive way to solve difficult window problem!. ROOM DIVIDERS ... a modern way to create extra roomt . . . bedroom, dining room, play room or reading room. EXPAND THE LONO AND NARROW ... with mvlll- wldihi (or treolmonll. BOTH LABOR AND MATERIAL INCLUDED AT THESE LOW PRICES PRECISELY TAILORED TO SATISFY PARTICULAR WOMEN! LARGEST SELECTION OF PLAIN OR PRINTED FABRICS! Compare These Deluxe Features I'ernuiiioiil 4" Uuckrum Howling Wind Stitched Hem* Full 4" Bottom Heine l,eud Weights (or oven flanging Fan Folded »nd I'lewtefl to your Kxiw>t Window Measurmenfo t Custom Out tot Uniform FwUnew 627 E, Broadway Alton CALL 465-4451 FOR INFORMATION Jacoby's

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