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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Obituaries Sherman Sye Seanlon Sherman, a hod- carrier and member of Labor Local 218, died at 5:17 am Sunday in St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been in failing health for two years and a patient in the hospital for eight weeks. Mr. Sherman, 64, lived at Rte 1, Bethalto. He was born In Indiana, May 5, 1899, a son of the late Mr and Mrs. William E. Sherman He attended school in Indiana and moved with his parents to Alton st the age of 13. Mr. Sherman was married in Carllnvllle, Oct. 1, 1926, to the former Mae Baum. He had worked as a hodcarrier in Alton area for 45 years Survivors are his widow; a son, William, Bethalto; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Lou Pritchett Godfrey; a brother, Robert Scanlon Sherman, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Mary Eich, Pekin; a half-brother, John Scanlon, Alton, and three grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after CENTRALLY LOCATED TO MORE CONVENIENTLY SERVE OUR ENTIRE AREA. 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8 p.m. Carpunky Ziprin Carpunky. 86, an Alton resident since 1923, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital at 1:30 a.m. Sunday after he became ill at his home. Living at 2502 Krum St., he was not in ill health previously and had painted a room in his house Saturday. Carpunky retired at age 60 after working at Owens - Illinois Glass Co. for 20 years. He worked at the Salvation Army until four years ago and prior to that was an employe of Alton Memorial Hospital. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. William Carpunky. He was born in Calhoun County Aug. 22, 1877 and married Letisha Rush Sept. 5, 1905 in Jerseyville. Surviving *n addition to his wife are two sons, Truman, Alton; and Raymond, Godfrey; a brother, William and a sister, Mrs. Ella Bray, both of Jerseyville. There are two grandchildren. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, and funeral services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the funeral home conducted by the Rev. Joseph Fast. Interment will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Scott Mrs, Mildred Scott of Tucson, Arii;.. wife of the Rev. Minard Scott, former minister at First Christian Church, Alton, died Saturday in a Tucson hospital according to word received here. The Rev. Scott was minister of the Alton church from 1952 until 1955. Survivor? beside her husband arc two sons,, the Rev. Rober' Scott, associate minister of t h t 1 Cincinnati! Avenue Christian Church, Tulsa, Okla., and John David, 16, and a grandson. A son died previously. The body will be sent to Orr- ADULT EDUCATION Alton Senior High School 2200 College Avenue Registration at F. W. OLIN VOCATIONAL BUILDING SEPTEMBER 9-10-11-12 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Education Means Advancement! Earn your high school diplomas by attending evening classes. Over 70 classes to choose from. Courses offered in fhe following areas: Trade — Non-Trade — Business Education Homemaking — Academic — Hobbies Fees Musi fie Paid Before Admittance To Class. For further information inquire at the F. W. Olin Vocational Building or Phone HO 2-0093 or HO 5-1755 ville, Ohio, for funeral rites either Wednesday or Thursday. The Tucson address of the Rev. and Mrs. Scott was 842 Calle Al vord St. Simpson Mrs. Nancy Jane Simpson, a resident of Alton until four years ago, died Sunday at Manhattan Beach, Calif. She was 82. The body will be brought to Alton for funeral services and burial and upon arrival here will be taken to Morrow - Quinn Mortuary. A resident of Alton nearly all of her life, Mrs. Simpson was born Feb. 5, 1881, at Plainview. She was the former Nancy Jane Simmons. Before going to California four years ago Mrs. Simpson made her home with a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Simpson, 3240 Theresa St. She was a long time member of First Methodist Church. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. John Bradfisch, Grafton; Mrs. James Rybolt, Manhattan, Mont., Mrs. Lyle Ferguson, Manhattan Beach, Calif., two sons, Charles, Torrence, Calif., and Alvin, Alton; nine grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Carnes, she was born Dec. 24, 1895, in Calhoun County. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sherman Carnes. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Osbome, Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Mary Ann Tepen, Belleville; a son, Charles Howard, Hardin; five brothers, James and Williams Carnes, Hamburg: John, Carrollton; Henry and Charles, Batchtown, and four sisters, Mrs. Annie Ducett, Batchtown; Mrs. Goldie Wangelin, St. Louis; Mrs. Sadie Etter, Steelville, Mo., and Elizabeth Fiedler, Hardin, and 11 grandchildren. B'uneral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m., in Indian Creek Church, followed by burial in the church cemetery. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin where friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Stille EDWARDSVILLE — Eldon Stille, 34, of 6 Logan Place, died at 11:30 p.m. Saturday at his home, of an apparent heart attack. An office supervisor for International Shoe Co., St. Louis, for the past 11 years, he was born March 24, 1929, in Hamel township, a son of Mrs. Hilda Rohrkaste Stille of Edwardsville and the late Arthur Stille. In addition to his mother, he is survived by three brothers: Wayne and Marvin, both of Alhambra, and Maurice of Herrin. He was a member of the Salem United Church of Christ of Alhambra, where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday, with interment to be in Salem Church cemetery. The Daudermann funeral home of Alhambra will be In charge of arrangements. Friends may call tonight until 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Lesley Marks Funeral home in Ed- wardsvile. Fuller HARDIN—Mrs. Martha Ellen Fuller, 67, of near Hardin, died Sunday night in Jersey Community Hospital shortly after her arrival there. She had been in failing health, but seriously ill only a short time. The former Martha Ellen Albrecht WORDEN - Mrs. Sophie M. Albrecht, 88, of near Worden, died Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where she had been a patient for one week. She was the widow of Herman F. Albrecht. The former Sophie Sievers, she was born Aug. 10, 1875, in Olive Township. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. William Sievers. She was married Oct. 16, 1898 to Herman Albrecht. Her husband died Doc. 19, 1950. Survivors aiv a son, Herman R. Albrecht and two daughters, Mrs. He-iry Henke and Mrs. Paul Henke, near Worden. She also leaves three grandchildren. Mrs. Albrecht was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and funeral lites Tuesday at 2 p.m. will be conducted in the church by the Rev. Albert J. Webber. Burial will be in Worden City Cemetery. The body is at \\illiamson Funeral Home, Worden, where friends may call after 4 p.m. today and until noon Tuesday when the body will be taken to the church. Gibbs Relatives here received word of the death Saturday of Riley Dewey Gibbs, 62, a former Alton resident, in a hospital in Rock- lord, 111. Three sisters and two brothers surviving, are: Mrs. Violet Williams, Alton; Mrs. Lettie Masiero, Cottage Hills; Mrs. Bessie Rossato, Rockford; and Victor Gibbs, Ventura, Calif.; and Albert Gibbs, Cottage Hills. Funeral services are to be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Mehl Funeral lome, Carrollton, and burial will be in Dayton Cemetery, Eldred. ALTON ZIPRIN CARPUNKY Services 10 a.m. Tuesday Funeral Home. REMEMBER - NOW THERE ARE * ALT ON-WOOD RIVER BtlHAHO CARROLLTON — John T. Heraty, 87, a retired farmer, died Sunday at 3:45 p.m. in Oak Lawn ianatorium, Jacksonville. He was born in Greene Coun- y, May 11, 1876, a son of the late . and Mrs. Michael Heraty. fls wife, the former Theresa Jennings, to whom he was married April 17, 1901, died previous- y. Four daughters, Mrs. Mary lone, St. Louis; Mrs. Catherine Hutchens, White Hall; Mrs. Ethel Keller, Carrollton, and Miss IMPORTANT NEW NUMBERS for ALTON and WOOD RIVER INFORMATION 411 for ALTON, WOOD RIVER BETHALTO and BRIGHTON REPAIR SERVICE 465-9954 ILLINOIS BELL (|p TELEPHONE 401 Market Street Phone: 466-9881 Heraty Skiles Burial in Wood Lawn Cemetery Funeral services were conducted for Lester Skiles Saturday at 2 p.m. in First Methodist Church, Wood River, by the Rev. Edwin H. Grant. Pallbearers were Donald Bodey, Blenn Porter, Fred Mansholt, Gilbert Smith, G. C, Farmer, and Harold Helvie Burial was in Wood Lawn Cemetery, Edwardsville. Davis Interment In Upper Alton Rites were conducted today at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, for Robert Glen Davis by the Rev. R. W. Meyer, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wood River. Pallbearers were Buck Loafman, Wally Ott, Les Smith, Eu gene Waggoner, Robert Timmons and Charles Bund. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Funeral Mass for F. G. Clifford Funeral mass was recited at 9 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church for F. G. Clifford by the Rev. Father Richard Niebruggee. The Rev. Father Vincent Worland conducted committal rites at St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were from Oblate Father's Novitiate. Rites at Rockbridge For Celah Faith GREENFIELD — Funeral services for Celah Faith were conducted by the Rev. John Seed, pastor of the area Methodist Churches, at Rockbridge church Friday afternoon. Pallbearers were Maurice Fitzsimmons, Carrollton; Lester Sample and Rollie Ruyle, Rockbridge; Carl Wright, Reid Tendick, Joe Longmeyer, Henry Kirbach and Francis Kuhnline. Burial was in Witt Cemetery, southwest of Rockbridge. AMSTERDAM—Mergers of industrial firms in the Netherlands are reported increasing and firmer antitrust laws may result. Ruth Heraty, Jacksonville, and two sons, John and Howard, San Diego, Calif., survive him. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 9 a.m. in St. John's Church, followed by burial in the church cemetery. The body is at Mehl Funeral Home where friends may call from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 p.m. Howard Word was received today in AI ton of the death of a former Altonian, Mrs. Mary, Howard, at Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Howard, who was the widow of Vetel Howard, died Thursday at Louisville where she had been making her home with a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frierson, since the death of her husband in 1955. They formerly lived at 1839 Market St., and were members of Campbell Chapel, A.M.E. Church. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Louisville. 2 Youths Hurt As Motorcycle, Auto Collide EDWARDSVILLE—Two Wood Siver High School students wore njured Sunday afternoon when fhe motorcycle on which they were riding was struck by an automobile on Rte. 159 near the Viaduct Auto Parts. Carl Galligos, 17, of 329 East Madison, Wood River, suffered njuries to his loft leg and was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital, where he is reported in good condition tday. Donald Noonan, 17, of 571 Wood River Ave., Wood River, was treated for abrasions and a laceration of the left eye at the hospital, and was released. Joe Krozser, 1203 Grand Ave., Madison, was driver of the car which struck the motorcycle. State police investigated the accident. Roxana Club Board To Meet Thursday ROXANA — Thorp will be an executive board meeting of t h e New Faces Club at 2 p.m. Thursday at the homo of Mrs. Larry Duckworth 422 Relief Ave., to plan the program for the coming vonr. Members of the board are Mrs. Jerry Malone, Mrs. Jack Fasig, Mrs. Charles Price and Mrs. Duckworth. Itoxnnn Notes ROXANA — Miss Sherry De 3oard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph DeBoard, of 46 W. Woodland, Rosewood Heights; Miss Janet Dycus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dycus of 289 S. Fourteentli St.; Miss Gayle Lackey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lackey of 314 Thomas St., and Miss Judy Bernard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bernard of 710 Ninth St., left during the week end to begin their freshman year at Illinois State Normal Uni sity at Normal. Miss Nancy Ames, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ames of 207 Maple, left Sunday to begin her sophomore year. All are graduates of the Roxana Higli School. Dennis McLane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McLane of 402 Doerr Ave., left Sunday to begin his sophomore year at Southeast Missouri State College at Cape Girardeau. Kenneth Schubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert of 322 Doerr Ave., left Sunday to resume his studies at the University of Illinois in Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McLane of Hinsdale are visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ear; McLane, of 402 Doerr Ave. 7 From Edwardaville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE—Seven are>i residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend and four pa tients were discharged. Admitted were: Leroy Bollinger, Rte. 4; Billy Wolf, 815 Troy Rd.; Mrs. Anna Dankenbring, Rte. 4; Mrs. Anna Kotva, Rte. 4; Miss Edna Henkc, 1444 Eberhart; Fred Casna, 118 McKinley, Mrs. Kathryn Trebing, Rte. 1. Discharged were: George Wai fensmith. 1029 Grand; Robert Meyer, 715 Frederick; Mrs. Rose Wallbrinck, 429 West Fourth St.; Mrs. Lillian Davis, 230 S. Buchanan. S & L Assn. Buys Orchard Shopping Center EDWARDSVILLE — The Orchard Shopping Center at Collinsville was "bought" at a mortgage foreclosure sale here oday by State Savings & Loan Assn. of East. St. Louis, acting as agent, for itself and similar agencies having an interest as co-mortgagees. The mortgage foreclosure sale was ordered recently in Circuit Court after developers of the shopping center, Irvin and Sybil Goldfarb, failed to pay Balance of $730,219.68 due on he shopping center mortgage. Circuit Court Master-in Chancery Harry Mondhink of Alton conducted the sale this morning at the courthouse and sold the shopping center, subject to a 90-day-redemption period, to the East St. Louis Savings-Loan firm as agent for $740,000. The total sum due the group of mortgagees, including cour costs and attorney fees, now stands at $753,100, it was re ported. State Savings & Loan wil handle rents from occupants of the large shopping center on the Northeast edge of Collinsville. MAX'S RAGTIME IMAGE DENVER (AP) — Max Morath who plays ragtime piano for television programs and recordings always appears with a c i g a i clenched in his teeth. He says he hates cigars, but they 'contribute to the image." BACKACHE & NERVE TENSION SECONDARY TO KIDNEY IRRITATION After 21, common Kidney or Bladder irritations affect twice as many women as men and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or Itching urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headache*, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, OY8TEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort by curbing Irritating germs In strong, acid urine and by analgesic pain relief. Get OYSTEX it druggists. Feel better fast NEW MAYTAGS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO SERVE YOU! REMEMBER ALTON PLAZA Shopping Center Today Chefs Only MOOSE JAW, Sask. (AP) — There are no women in the "Or der of Good Cheer" here which meets once a month to try oul the favorite recipes of members Each meal ,is a speciality anc twice a year the men invite their wives — presumably to give them a few tips. SINGAPORE — Malaya is work ing on schemes to boost her im porting potential. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR RUGS GLEANED with Confidence at... SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1636 Main St. — 465-252H ooon EXC I;SE MIAMI (AP) — Attorney Seymour London failed to appear or a prptrial conference and Gr •uit Juflgp Henry Balahan angrily j iont court aiflrs looking for the] awyer. They found London in a courthouse elevator, stuck between loors. BANGKOK — Thailand expects o announce nrw laws that will ffect U.S. exporters. Special Purchase Sale Beys' and Men's White Basketball SHOES- OXFORDS Rpg. 3.05 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-OU E. Broadway Boys' Sizes I to R POWERFUL nUNOtR CUAftS CLOCCED TOILETS inaJMtyl NEVER AOAIN Ihol «kk when your toll*! overflew* . 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Even if you had the time, it could take you weeks to visit all the new homes in and around this area. And you could never hope to visit all the fine homes which are available. So why not choose the general area in which you'd like to live—then contact one or more of the real estate offices in the area. Chances are that one of them knows about just the home you're looking for. And when you buy—be sure the title to your property i* insured by a title insurance policy from Chicago Title and Trust Company. ChicagoIi&eand^Smt Company Ul WEST WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO 2. ILLINOIS Madison County Office: 241 North Main Street, Edwardsville-~Phone 656-4345

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