Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 26, 1963
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SIGHT ALTON TELEGfcAPtt MONt>A¥» AUGUST 26,1963 Obituaries tTuemitikr Fred C. fuemmler of 722 Royal St., vice president of Alton Sav- iHgl & Loan Association, and retired business man, died Sunday in St. Ahtliony's Hospital where he had been a patient for one day. : , Mr, Tuemmler, who was 87, had been in failing health cince March, but had remained active, and presided at a meeting of the savings & loan association on Aug. 13. . He had been,, elected to the board of directors in 1925 and Mo., Jan. 26, 1876, a son of the Rev. Carl and Mrs. Marie Tuemmler. ' Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mattie Tuemmler; a Son, Fredrick D. Tuemmler, Berkeley, Calif., a foster son, Cat'l Dono- liue, California; two grandsons and a granddaughter. His first wife died previously and in 1957 he was married to Mrs. Mattie Smith. Funeral services will be con ducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel by the Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the chapel will be after 7 p.m. today. Goodrich had been vice president for 10 years. He also had been an officer of Germania Building & Loan a number of years ago. ;' Mr. Tuemmler had been in the dry goods business on East Broadway for 28 years previous to disposing of his store in 1930. Before that he had worked for several years in the old Bowman Dry Goods Co. A member of Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, Mr. Tuemmler sang in the choir there for 12 years and a number of years ago had been active in the old Camerata Chorus. He was born at St. Charles, Graveside rites for Bobby Neal Goodrich, infant son of Mrs. Hel- Goodrich of Rte. 1, Bethallo, vere conducted at 2:30 p.m. today in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens by the Rev. Montgomery Hounchell, The baby was born Wednesday in Alton Memorial Hospital and died Friday. Survivors beside the mother are three brothers, Donnie, Danny, and James, and three sisters, Sharon, Sandra, and Patricia. Pending time of the rites the body was at Smith Funeral Home, Bethalto. home in Collinsville. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at Holy Cross Church in Collinsville. Gratidone Dominic J. Grandone, retired Gillespie business man, and father of James Grandone, Alton, died Sunday at 5:12 a.m. in St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. Mr. Grandone, who had been in ill health for several years, entered the hospital Friday. A native of Italy, he was born son, James, are two other sons, Dr. Joseph J. Grandone, Gillespie, and Leo D., Springfield; three brothers, Charles and John, Eagerville, and Frank, Italy; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Ceretto, Milwaukee, and Josie, Turin, Italy, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in SS. Simon & Jude's Church, Gille. pie. Burial will be in Holy Cros Cemetery, Gillespie. The body is at Wiese - Heben stiet Funeral Home, Glllespi where friends may call after p.m. today. Grese William Grese, 72, of Chatta- nooge, Tenn., formerly of Collinsville, died of a heart attack Saturday while on a visit to relatives in Pleasant Hill, near Collinsville. Mr. Grese is survived by three brothers, Louis Grese of East Alton, Harry Grese of Belleville and Fred Grese of Greenville; a son, the Rev. Everett Grese of Chattanooga; a daughter-in-law and 11 grandchildren. The body is at Herr's Funeral DOMINIC GRANDONE May 1, 1879, at Courgne. He came to the United States in 1901 and was married Dec. 24, 1904, at Hillsboro, to the former Angelina Lanzerotti. Before going to Gillespie he had resided briefly at Eagerville. Mr. Grandone had been in business in Gillespie for 50 years previous to his retirement, and had been active in civic, fraternal and church organizations. He had been a member for a number of years of the Gillespie- Benld Municipal Band and had served as treasurer of the Band. Me belonged to S. Simon & Jude's Church, Gillespie; was a member of the Order of Eagles; the Dad's Club, and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving beside his wife and Maurer J. Fred Maurer of Alhambra father of Mrs. Arnold F. Wet zel, Alton, died at 7:30 a.m. to day in St. Joseph's Hosplta where he had been a patten since Wednesday. He was 94 A life-long resident of Alham bra, Mr. Maurer was bom March 18, 1869. Survivors beside his daughter Mrs. Wetzel, are a son, Walte Alhambra; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The body Is at Halleman Fu neral Home, Marine, pending funeral arrangements. Burla will be in Evangelical Ceme tery. Carmona Former Alton resident Ru dolph (Rudy) Carmona, 440 Cookson Rd., Fairmont City killed in an automobile ace: dent Sunday, was the son o Mr. and Mrs. Saturnine Cai mona, 720 E. 7th, in Alton He is survived by his wife Elizabeth and a three-week-ol daughter, Rhonda Marie, hot at home. He attended St. Mary's schoo and Marquette and Alton Hig! Schools. He served two year in the Army. Carmona was married Ma; TIME LEFT! GODFREY use auliful Permit No. 907 GOING OUT of BUSINESS! THIS IS A COMPLETE SELL-OUT OF FINE FURNI- TUBE! WE ARE FORCED TO VACATE A BRAND NEW STORE (ONLY 4 MONTHS OLD) CONVENIENTLY LOCATED BESIDE P, N, HIRSCH CO, — IN "NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CENTER," STATE AND DELMAR STS, — EVERY ITEM IS BRAND NEW, NO SPECIAL PURCHASES — OUR ONLY AIM IS TO SELL EVERYTHING AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE, We must dispose of a store full ol line furniture at cost or below cost. Everything —from the smallest ash tray to the finest bedroom or dining room suite —musf be sold. Our selection features all famous names such as DREXEL, TOMLINSON, LANE. INTERNATIONAL, DAYSTROM. SIMMONS. BASSETT. SELIG and many, many more — all winners.. Everything is brand new and in perfect condition. No shoddy old beat-up "floor samples" —we haven'/ been open long enough to accumulate any. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY FURNITURE ... AT ANY PRICE ... ANYWHERE... Shop this out of business sale first. REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED! 19, 1962, to Elizabeth Sanchez in Falfmount City. He was a member of St. Mary's Church until moving to Fairmont City when he was married. Survivors In addition to his wife, daughter and parents, are a brother, Benlto; three sisters, Mrs. Pat Maclas, Mrs, Mary Stephenson and Mrs. Dolores Stinnett, all of Alton. He was preceded In death by one sister and one brother. A requiem mass will be sung Thursday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Visitation will be at the Staten Funeral Home Chapel Tuesday at 7 p.m. and the Rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. interment will be In St. Joseph's Cemetery. Yates EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. Effie J. Yates, 73, of Edwardsville, died Sunday night while on a visit at the home of a son, Ted Yates, at Mulberry Grove. She had made her home here with another son, Raymond Yates, at 104 S. Charles St. Born April 6, 1890, at Thurber, Tex., she was married there June 30, 1908, to Thomas Yates, who died in September, 1928. Her parents were the late Andrew and Annabell Murphy Fanning. Four sons surviving are Raymond of Edwardsville, and Ted, Mulberry Grove; Printice Yates of San Francisco, Calif., and Marvin (Jfack) Yates, Odessa, Tex. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Charles Aaron and Mrs. Leo Fink, both of Edwardsville, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. John's Methodist Church. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Straube Funeral Home, with Interment In Sunset Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. leaves a brother, Joseph MaytHe, New Albany, ittd., 12 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grartdchildren. Beside her husband; a Son, James three brothers and at* sisters, died previously. The body Is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after t p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the •Iha- pel. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. tet, Gertrude, Hamburg, and 17 grandchildren. Funeral rites Wednesday at 2 p.m. will be conducted In the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Hardin. Burial will be in Providence Collins Mrs. Emma Mary Collins of 2309 College Ave., died Sunday at St. Anthony's Hospital shortly after she had been admitted there. She had been in falling health for more than a year. Born Aug. 27, 1874, at New Albany, Ind., she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Naville. She had lived in Alton since 1910, and was married June 12, 1896, to Dennis Joseph Collins. Her husband died in 1928. Three sons, John and Patrick, Alton, and Thomas, Hardin, and five daughters, Mrs. Arnold Gibson, Mrs. Eugene A. Sawyer, Mrs. Edward Markley, Mrs. Lewis Henning, and Mrs, Elmer Childers, Alton, survive her. She also Heart Gas? 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