Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 Balater Rites to Be at Bethalto Mrs. Edith Combs Rites Conducted Funeral services for Mrs. Dena Johanna Balsler, 78, of Bcthalto, Mrs. Lula Crawford Rites Conducted will be conducted Friday at 2:30'pastor of Curdip Heights Baptist p.m. in Smith Funeral Horn e,|Church, officiating, funeral rites Bpthalto. by thr Rev. Wayne Hox- sio. Burial will be in Bethalto Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. Surviving in addition to relatives named Wednesday in an announcement of the death are a brother, George Rieken, East Alton, and a granddaughter, P a t Gallinot of Island Lake, III. ' Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Funeral services for Mrs. Lula With the Rev. Lolard Simmons,!Crawford, 88, of 820 Langdon St., were conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Stalen Chapel by the for Mrs. Edith Mar Combs of 302j Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of E. 12th St., were conducted Wed iTwelfth Street Presbyterian Obituaries Wallace nesday at Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence Tun- gelt, Walter Janke. James Mattin, Leonard Eaker, : .Sherman Hand, Milton Masters.' and Roy Arnold. Church. Burial was at Jerseyville in Oak Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward Bie- genzer, Ray Bridden, Harold Williams, John Farmer, Berle Peterson and Charles Magurany. OSLO — An American machinery and equipment trade mission is visiting Norway. End dry skin woes with a double feature h assar New Improved MOISTURE CREAM More beneficial than ever Now with polyunsaturates NoW flT^ PRICE Give your skin a new fresh look! Let Vitamin A whisk away dry flaky spots. Let polyunsaturates benefit diet-dry skin. Let this light-textured, quickly absorbed cream keep your skin flowery soft, dewy fresh. Use Moisture Cream by night, Moisture Lotion by day. Both products Sale priced today. MOISTURE CREAM 2 or. res. {3.00 4 02. rei. $5.M Now only $1.50 Now only $2.90 MOISTURE LOTION 4 oz. reg. J5.00 Now only $2.50 5 Convenient Locations Alton's Cosmetics Headquarters !CT-<-«-A"~" vw«T''»«ew»»M«8iJW>.iagT?CTim^^ '' W«? £*? Y*\ * % , O™ j^f^^V; v y ^"^^^^^?^ ^ ..$>*'**» ,j V&.v>/i. WE'VE GOT A SECRET AT THE WILD GOOSE CONFIDENTIALLY, IT'S A WAY TO PRICE GOODS SO LOW THAT OUR COMPETITION CANT TOUCH US! < ' < > < ' < ' SHOTGUN SHELLS B 7 5of $192 COMPARE! Back-to-School SUPPLIES! "Rite-Way" INSIDE LATEX PAINT . . . 12 Colors GAL $199 1 UNION MADE BIB I OVERALL OVERALLS I PANTS $ 2.99 I '1.99 REPLACEMENT AUTO HEADLITES 96' • Notebook 50(1 Filler Paper 300 Sheets 49c Big Stock of Famous Name Ball Point Pens At Reduced Prices! BOX OF 64 CRAYOLAS . . BACK-TO-SCHOOL DRESSES • ALL SIZES $089 • JUSTIN *£ 66c NEW SHIPMENT OF MEN'S AND BOYS' JACKETS JUST IN from AT NEW LOW, LOW PRICES! COME OUT THIS SUNDAY - WE'RE OPEN ALL DAY" NEW "AC" SPARK PLOB 159 t WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Conveniently Located Just 8 Miles Eiwt of Betbalto PLENTY OF PARKING DIAL DU 4-9022 Robert T. Wallace, a pharma cist in Springfield area for 56 years, died early today in Memorial Hospital, Springfield. H e was the father of Mrs. George Hayes, 452 Jennings Ave., Wood River. Mr. Wallace was moved to the hospital from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes in Wood River. He had been in failing health for six months, but had remained fairly active until entering the hospital. Mr. Wallace, who was 79. had worked until six months ago and had been employed in the pharmacy department of Memorial Hospital in Springfield. Survivors beside his daughter, Mrs. Hayes, are his wife, Leora; a sister, Mrs. Jessie Burmeister, Springfield; two grandsons, George, Wood River, and Robert E., in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Germany, and a great- grandson, Brett Robert. The body is at the Bisch Fun- ra! Home in Springfield. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield. Logue Harold S. Logue of St. Elmo, father of Mrs. Robert AsZman, 2405 Woodcrest Drive, died Wednesday in a hospital at Vandalia, where he had been a patient for three weeks following a heart attack. Mr. Logue, 68, is survived by his widow; two sons of East Peoria, and two daughters, Mrs. Aszman and another daughter, who lives at St. Elmo. Mrs. Aszman, a teacher at Alton High School, and Mr. Aszman, assistant principal at North Junior High School, are in St. Elmo, and will remain there until after the funeral. Geiben Mrs. Mildred E. Geiben, who had been in ill health for 13 years; and hospitalized for eight weeks, died Wednesday at her home, 2734 Sanford Ave. She was the wife of John T. Geiben. Mrs. Geiben, 56, was born in Alton, Oct. 5, 1906, one of two children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weil. She was married at Union, Mo., Sept. 14, 1940, to John Geiben. Mrs. Geiben was a member of St. Matthew's parish and belonged to the church Altar Society. Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. John Buescher, Alton, and Mrs. Ralph Jacquin, Wood River; a sister, Mrs. Paul Ballard, Alton, and four grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Matthew's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Burke Funeral Home where friends may call after 6 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Westerfield Mrs. Esther Westerfield, : widow of William Westerfield, died at 4 a.m. today in Mather- Yinger Nursing Home where she had been a patient since June 24. She had suffered from | infirmities for some six years. ! Previous to entering the nurs- I ing home, Mrs. Westerfield, who j was 90, had made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Jones, at 700 Alby. She was born Oct. 3, 1868, at Eldorado, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Bixler. Mrs. Westerfield had lived in Alton for 46 years. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Westerfield is survived by a son, John, Quincy; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The Rev. W. Freeman Privett, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, will conduct rites Saturday at 9 a.m. in Gent Chapel. Burial will be in Wolf Creek Cemetery, Eldorado. Visiting hours at the chapel will be after 4 p.m. Friday. McDonald Eddyville. Mr. McDonald died Sunday at Caldwell County War Memorial Hospital. Beside his son, Ira, another son of Eddyville; two daughters, two brothers, a sister, and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Faith GREENFIELD — Celah Faith, 67, a life - long resident of the Greenfield-Rockbridge area, died Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Boyd Memorial Hospital where he had been taken by ambulance following a heart attack. He had been a patient in the hospital only a short time. Mr. Faith, who hud operated a trucking servvje in the Rockbridge area for many years, was active in church and civic projects. Born March 9, 1896, at Greenfield, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Faith. He attended the Greenfield schools and in 1914 was graduated from Greenfield High School where he had been a star football player. For many years he had served on the Rockbridge Board of Education and was a member of Rockbridge Methodist Church and belonged to the Lions Club. Survivors are his widow, the former Nettie Pitchford, to whom he was married July 3, 1916. at Wyckliff, Ky., a daughter, Mrs. David Burruss, Crestwood, Mo., a son, Harold, Bridgeton, Mo., a sister, Mrs. Frank Grabner, Van Nuys, Calif., two brothers, Glen, of Van Nuys, and Leo, of Springfield, and five grandchildren. The body is at Shields Memorial Home, where friends may call until 1 p.m. Friday when the body will be taken to Rockbridge Methodist Church for services at 2 p.m. Marshall JERSEYVILLE — John Henry Marshall, 86, died at 5:20 a.m. today in Green Lawn Nursing Home where he had been a patient for 10 years. Born Mardh 25, 1877, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall. Survivors are three daughters Mrs. Sam Killam, Hettick; Mrs. Howard Bergen, Shellburg, la., and Mrs. Charles Rodgers, Alton; a son, Don, St. Louis; 15 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Gubser Funeral Home, followed by burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Daniel Funeral Rites Conducted Following services Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, the body of W. Eli Daniel was taken to Upper Alton Cemetery for interment. The Rev. John Henderson, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church, officiated at the rites. Pallbearers were Charles Wall, Wayne Harper, Wilbur Jenkins, Lester Parker, Verne Williamson and Floyd Doyle. DIAMOND IN NAME ONLY JASPER, Ark. (AP) — Diamond Cave near Jasper is an important tourist attraction. But the cave has no diamonds. It takes its name from the shining white formations which look like giant icicles hanging from the ceiling and rising from the floor. BETHALTO DENA JOHANNA BALSTEE Services 2:30 p.m. Friday Funeral Home WOOD RIVER JOHN PABISON Services 10 a.m. Friday Funeral Home Edwardsville Council Has Building Meeting EDWARDSVILLE — Mayor [sketches of the structure to al- Raymond 0. Rogers and fivejdermen at last night's informal members of the city council conferred with architect Edward Kane Wednesday in a colsed session in an effort to move along plans for a bond issue election on a new city hall-fire station building. Boy Hurt as Bike And Car Collide Mark Kamp, 7, son of Mr. and r,j A t Mrs. Edward J. <ttfi Ken- 336 en session. Four aldermen were absent. A $215,000 bond issue was pro-) posed for construction of the new 1 city hall. A proposal to trim $56,000 off the proposed bond I issue is under study by the coun- Mayor Rogers saifl today theicil. meeting was called to acquaint aldermen with plans for the proposed structure which will be constructed downtown adjacent to Alderman Alvin Gerbig Jr., finance committee chairman, proposed that surplus money In three funds be used to defray the existing city hall-fire sta-i cos t O f the structure. In Gerbig's tion building. ] plan J35.000 in surplus funds Target date for the special'would be taken from the public election on the building and a fire sub-station in another section of the city was scheduled for Oct. 15. benefit fund, $16,000 from the civil defense fund and $5,000 from the fire protection fund. Gerbig's suggestion of using Kane explained phases of the money from the three funds proposed building and showed would trim the proposed bond nedy Drive, Rosewood Heights, ( escaped with minor injuries Wed-j nesday when the bike he was rid ing and a car collided in Rosewood Heights. A county sheriff's department report of the accident indicated that the boy was riding his bike on Oakdale crossing Bender Avenue when the vehicle and a car driven by Mrs. E. D. Hamilton, 357 Bender, Rosewood Heights collided. The boy was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital for observation. The sheriff's report showed that the hood, a fender and a portion of the car's grill were damaged. issue to $159,000. No action has been taken by the council oni the suggestion. Throw AWR.V Can*, too JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (AP) —The rattle and bang of trash cans on garbage collection days will be a thing of the past If a run under way at 250 June- city is experimenting fill. with disposable paper containers which can be quietly find quickly picked up and hauled away, contents and all. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry —Dial HO 2-2932 FRESH BAKED COODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes SAVE PORK Loin ROUST HOMEMADE I Pork Sausage 4 51 Lb. BEEF MINUTE • Steaks . . • PIECE Braunschweiger- 39c This Coupon Worth lOc on MAYROSE THICK SLICED BACON FOOD LINEg .Alton's finest 9TH and Pack of 8 Hamburger Buns with purchase of 2 "; OO PKG. ^tfm ^••J 99 Without Coupon $1.09 3 IBS. GROUND BEEF GROUND BEEF ."39d I 3-lb. bag ONIONS lOLbs. 10 IBS. : POT P TOES H miiATUAU «» nci ipinnc C JONATHAN or DELICIOUS •APPLES 4 CARROTS2 Lbs. 49* 19 C ICEBERG HEAD Lettuce 2 29 With $1,50 Purchase (Limit 1) Funeral services for Ira McDonald, 80, of • Eddyville, Ky., father of R. M. McDonald, Alton, were conducted Wednesday at Sardis Methodist Church, in ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHAL1O GOLDIE ANNA KOCHERSPERGER Services 1 p.m. Friday In the Chapel. Rev. John Young officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. ESTHER WESTERFIELD Services 9 a.m. Saturday in the Chapel. Rev. Freeman Privett officiating. Burial at Eldorado, Illinois. In stale at the Chapel after 4 p.m. Friday. Funeral Home IUN, H All JUl:., •miRflCLE EUIHIP iCOFFEE iPUREX •SUGflR 5-HOLE NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER 300 SHEETS 59-i FOLDER'S (Limit 1) GAL 5 Lbs. With $5,00 Purchase A-G BRAND ICE CREAM CBTSUP CHEF'BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE IPIZZfl" KRAFT'S SLICED Swiss Cheese NABISCO Saltines . . SUNSHINE Hydrox . .. A-G BRAND Shortening . FREESTONE Peaches . Lb. Pkg. 69' Lb. Pkg. 3-Lb. Can 39' 59' No. 2'/a $| Cons I HI-0 NOH.QARBONATED Drinks .. . '£• 10' STILWELL CUT Gr. Beans . A.Q BRAND WHOLE Corn 8 303 $| Cons I 6 303 $| Cans I APPLE-QRAPE Jelly

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