Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY APRIL 6, tt6t Obituaries Austin Peters f*rr* Haute, Ind., trid Mere. at St. Mary's Hospl- ital. Bast St. Louts, wh«* aheldith. Alton; a sister. Mrt. had been a patient one week. 'Pointer, Kansas City, Kara Born Nov. 9. 1»0. at Carpen and four grandehUdrm Co. Austin Petm, Tt. a fMlred Illinois Terminal employe, died at 1:29 a.fti day at his home St!, fallowing a brief illness. An tmptoye in the car shop of the railroad company, he had sisters, Mrs. land. Medora: Blanche Mrs Mnhol- t<r, a daughter of th» late John; Bell land Mary Langendorf Meter, she . „. . M _ — , iwas married Jan. 10. 1901, to Roberts, Kemper. ami Mrs. »»-j wn j iam c Bertemann, who dledi tie son ana July Two sons and a Mrs. Heine Bt'NKF.R HfLL ami Mrs. Joseph Wittenberg, Lawrence, Kaft, She was a member of Im- manuet Mvthodttt Church and tht Women's Society of Chrt*. tia« Service of the church. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Imman. Mrs. Lydtajuel Methodist Church with the .„ „ ^ .-„ ~..~ daughter sur- Heine, wife of Ferd Heine of. Rev. Frank E. Harris, patfor, «5 Mechanic daugltfer precwted her in death. vive Herman \V. Berlemann ot Dorsey. died at 4:35 a.m.. todayjofficiatlng. Interment will fte in Funeral rites will be conduct- iColllnsvtlle, Willard Berlcmann ; in Alton Memorial Hospital jWoodlawn Cemetery. «I Sunday at 2 p.m., In Bethel I of Shrewsbury. Mo., and Mrs .; where she had been a patlentjmay call at Weber Frienfls Funeral Baptist Church, northeast of \ Albert Meikamp. Edwardsville.; for t hree days. She was 77. i Home after 2 p.m. Friday. in Also surviving are a brother. Ed-! A n fp .| ong resident of Dorsey! Jerseyville. Burial will be Cemetery. Ataroo/Grtrfftf Old Soybeans Are in Demand CHICAGO (AP>-01d crop soybean futures contracts wen in strong general demand today on the 'doard of Trade and prices moved up seven cents a bushel or more, the broadest advance in two weeks, H. (Sparkyi Meier, and a; a year served road Brotherhood. A native of Frankfort, Ky , he was born March 18. 18W. His I parents were the late Mr. and .Mrs. James Peters. Mr Peters spent his early life in Frankfort where he attended school, and was married al Owensbnro. Ky-, May 20. W8 to Ida Jake. They moved to Al- 1 1( ton 40 years ago. „ , Home imay call after 7 p.m.. Friday. S. E. Holladav A. A. Heath The grains were steady to easier In quiet dealings. Stanley Karl Holladity W a former resident of F.a«t Alton died Wednesday nijrht in a ho«- t The Dal!e$. Ore., where bad been a patient since Monday for treatment of \n- suffcivd in an automobile :dren survive. She was a membrr of Fir.*t Pit" sbyterinn Church ;md United Presbyterian Women. Funeral sen-ires are schcdulnl (or 2 p.m. .Saturday at First PiTsbytrrian Church in charge of fl pr ',' p | s s , tbr pastor, the Rev. John F L'lrug. with burial in • Cemetery. Friends nm> call A brisk flurry of buying started 13 Selected Stockt Following m Wffcy'i t: p.m. quotations of 19 N«w stock Exchange Issues research has indicated are widely (MM in the Alton area, els supplied to tht Alton Evening Telegraph by Netvhard, Cook A Co., from Its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations) : ATAT 125«n, Gen. Motors 4Ui, Granite City Steel 42%, Olln Math. Chem. 46'4, Owen*«fll. Shell Oil 44%, Sinclair 43 H. Socony 44'4. Standard Oil dnd.t 51. Standard (NJ) 49i4, U.S. Steel 88*. Sears 59. ' Weber Funeral , pm . Friday. Homo «t!er '.' Mrs. Dresler He «as a member of Fin" Baptist Church and the church accident. His home was at Cas- building fund has been designat- cade Locks - Ore cd by the family a? a memorial Mr. Holladaj. a son of Mr j unc l' and Mrs. John S. Holladay of Survivors are his wife: two 128 Cooper St.. East Alton, mov- Mrs. Effie Dresler. wife of sons Wilbur Godfrey, and Don- ed from East Alton to Cascade John Dresler Jr.. of 1 East Elm p,- a irietown. aid Alton: a sister. Mrs. Myrtle Falls eight years ago. He was a St.. died at 9:30 a.m. today in The • • Aug. late She nad! May and j uly soybean* O ff as been married twice. Her first j Augustus A. Heath, a resident | much as {our „ husband. Chris Meyer, prec«d-<of Bethalto. died at 10:55 a.m.j er ^ proflf (nk)ng reversed the ed her in death. today at his home, 712 C. at. !d|rpdton for „ short Hme w lthin| lyt-. Mvrtlp tn Surviving In addition to her. Mr. Heath, who was 68. had!,, few m i nutPS .However, the sell- i a " St 1T *7" IIt: h-sunand. Ferd Heine are two been In falling health for two ing o ff prs were absorbed with a daughters. Mrs. Lewis Ricks, years. 'narrow setback which appeared to Bethalto and Mrs. Leonard A na(jvp of Rjd KPWaVt he was encourage establishment of long Funeral rites for Mrs. Myrtle Louis: a sister. Mrs. , wn , on gep , n ^^ a son positions and thr market again Hal) 63 of 75 K E)m gt \Vorden: a |>f (he , atfl Mr and MrSj John started upward. ' Rrnken. Alton. A Hpa(n He H t te nded Ridge-: Brokers said there long has been ! way schools, and moved to El-i H fairly general belief in the; ter and two brothers preceded rtol ' ado wnere he resided for 50^ trBde tnp P rirps nafl not 'OPPed; her in death. years before coming to thel ouf on lhp commodity. Funeral rites will be conduct- Trading Moves At Slow Pace NEW YORK (APT - Trading moved at a restrained rate on the stock market early this afternoon with prices mixed. The Associated Press 60-stock 248,1 with ifl*»trt«ti M* •*. up .« and uttHttw Awn .». w fell bttow flwir «! the seMton. investors apparently pwwed by the »t»t«n«t in which Keith Funston, pra™*™ <* the New York Stock Exchange, urged caution In making investment. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" If cows CPU] theyd give it, ji ('.corgc \\oodlavn hrot)lcr Ono m , lmr ,,. „„„„, A 11 and seven grandchildren. A sis- Dorby the ed Saturday at 2 p.m. sey Lutheran Church .... ..- (hf Rc\. Duncan Stevenson. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery. Bp(hal , 0 area s , x years ago Mr At noon, sovbeans were Bethal.o Grade School I J»T « I 1«I I \r (i j »., *i ,-" »,-v T V-M1 .-i n^ v. J-» 1 , [ » « . i ** Art -t A Heath had been employed at U«its a bushel higher May S3.10; '--•-—' a, higher to '» lower. May : corn V a 4 lower, May S1.09 a4 ; oats '» higher to 'a lower, three years ill health as a janitor until his retirement; $1 . In Valhalla Memorial Park. Casketbearers were Glenn. Clifton and Robert Waters, John White, Richard Koehne, and Russell Storey. to Lamer Frankfort. Ky.. and four mechanic by trade, grandchildren. His mother left by plane this Funeral rites will be conduct- morning for Oregon and Mr. ed Saturday a' 2 p.m.. in Mor- Holladay and son. Morris cx- row-Quinn Mortuary by the peeled to join her there later Rev. Orrin M. Anderson pastor f Or tr)e funeral, of First Baptist Chmvh. Burial St8n , ey Ear , Ho ,, adav j will be in Valhalla Memorial v)vpd by hjy wjfe ^ Park. Agnes Greuter of Carrollton: Friends may call at the mort- , hn?e chlldren . his parpnts- uary after " p.m.. Fi-iday. three brothers. Morris, Westfield. " ho lil.. \Va\Tie. U.S. Air Force, stationed at Turner Air Base, Al- Wash.. and a sister, Rita Ann. JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Cora East Alton. Viola Gross, wife of of Lester Arrangements for tbe funeral Gross of Medora. Rt. 2, died at , verp incomplete when news Qf the death wa* received bj' his Alton Memorial Hospital. She The bodv is at Gent Chapel pending funeral arrangements. E. P. Williams livestock r rices •It Efist St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. jmercial and standard 18.30: can- 2 |ners and cutters 14.00-17.00: utili- 'ty and commercial bulls 18.00•L'0.00: few 20.50: canners and cu»- ;ters 15.00-18.00: good and choice (vealers 24.00-30.00; high choice 24.00-30.00: high choice 31.032.00: standard and good 17.00- Hl.;24.00: cull and utility 13.00-17.00: « Mrs. Cora Gross 6:25 p.m. Wednesday in Boyd May fi1 7 «: rye unchanged at Jnroby-Wise Uvo years nRO ' lower, May $1.17«». Funeral Home. Bunker Hill. He is sur\ived by his wife. where friends may call after 3 Hi* 1 former Emma J. Mead, to p.m.. Friday and until noon whom he was married on Aug. Saturday when the body will be -'8. 1013 at Kldorado: and four taken to the church. daughters, Mrs. Carl Kingston of Kvansvllle. Ind.. Mrs. T. A. Johnson and Mrs. Stanley But- ,AP)-(USDA>-Hog S 10,000: U.S.igood and choice slaughter calves lei. both of Bethalto and Miss N O ].;> 180-230 Ib barrows and gilts" 19.00-24.00: utility and standard The body of Elmer P. Wil-. Hplcn Heath at home: four 18.00-15, 75 head No 1 200-215! 13.00-18.00. liams 67 World War I veteran KDWARDSVILLE — Miss grandchildren and two sisters, 18.23; mixed No 1-3 and 2-3 180-' died Monday in Kennedy Anna K. Schaake, 71. formerly Mrs. Matt Klaffer of Eldorado 240 Ib 17.75-18.00: No 2-3 240-280 Veterans Hospital. Memphis. O f Edwardsville. died at ,3 a.m. and Mrs. Daisy Sauls of Mead-ilb 17.25-85: mixed grade Tenn.. will be brought to Alton to day at St. Anthony's Hospit-jowbrook. His parents and two Ib 15.50-17.50; few 100-130 Ib 11.00 Chapel. Time of the n\ Alton, where she had been a' si st e rs preceded him in Williams, who resided at 1803' re «ided at the Hitz Memorial Funeral Home. Bethalto, after... „„ , . .,,-.„,.„ Home at Alhambra the past 7 p.m. Friday. The body wHI ilb l^-oMlghter u-eights 13.SO- nine years. be moved to Church of God Miss Schaake was born Oct. Church in East Alton at 11 a.m. down: 75: few 14.00. Cattle 650, calves i choice slaughter birthday anniversary was the mother of 13 children, 11 of whom are living. She was born April 27. 1907 in Greene County, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Meeks. Her survivors in addition to her husband are five daughters Imogene and Sue Gross, Medora; Mrs Cecil Loy, and Mrs. Sharon Joiner, dreenfield, and Mrs. Barbara Guthrie. Rockbridge; six sons, Leroy, Selah, Wash.: John R.. Jerseyville; Raymond. Greenfield; Marlin. Carrollton: Richard. U. S. Army, stationed in Germany, and Joseph. Medora; three brothers. Benjamin Meeks. Sa- var.ah; Von, Greenfield, and William. West Point. El.: three Mrs. Berlemann EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Em- Surviving are two sons, ma L. Berlemann. 80. of 520 N.imer and David Sylvester, Al-: Scnmidt - brothers and two sisters, Henry AMMAN. Jordan — Funds forjheifers and mixed yearlings 22.00- E |.,C. Schaake and Mrs. Fred highway improvements and ex-124.00; standard and good 19.00- •••»» both of Edwardsville, . nvo brotners , Joe Wi i son , i Edward A. Schaake of St. Jacob panded educational facilities have been granted by the government. HARRY M. BRLNK 2:00 p.m. Friday Funeral Home FOR 21.50; utility and commercial cows 16.50-18.00: few com TESTED MILNOT RECIPE PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCH 2 cups *ut*s. V4 cup MILNOT, 14 cup butter or margariiM. 1 cup peaput butter (crunchy or plain), S cups quick cooking oats (uncooked), 2 cups miniature marshraallows (or 30 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cook sugar, MILNOT, butter and peanut butter over medium heat unto mixture boils. Boil 2 minutes constantly. Remove from heat; add oats, marshmallowa and vanilla. Stir mixture until well blended i •lightly thickened Drop from teaspoon on waxed paper. Let cool Makes approx. 4& NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET San ford at Main .St. HO 2-0694 Phones HO 2-0695 Sburfine SHORTEXEVG Shurfine Cling PEACHES Halves ... cans 89- Shurfine Enriched FLOUR, 5-lb. bag Mi'LxOf 3 taJI can 39c ftiKh Score Ecco BUTTER. 1-lb. quarts Shurfine Waffle ACc SYRUP quart bottle tw 39 m 29( 79' Shurfine All Grinds COFFEE 1-lb. RQc (None Better) can IWI Shurfine Fancy f* O 300 ran* Shurfine Fancy A 46-oz. Oranijf Juice •• cans Kraft Large 20-oz. Jan Grape Jelly .... only Franco American A15H-oi. Allc m> can» £ I SPAGHETTI Shurfine Fancy FE.4L\UT A 12-oz. BUTTER .. ft jar» 69 Grass Seed .. S-lb. bag* 1.19 Dinty Moore'* Large Beef Stew Z4-o*. can Kraft'* Barbe- A!8-oc.KAc cue Sauce .,.. m jart Ww Smoked Jowls Ib. 2&c Hunter's Wieners Ib. pkg. 49c Boiled Ham ..... H Ib. 48c Pig Liver ....7..... Ib. 'J9c I rekh C'ala Style POKK ROAST Ib. AQ« ftw Hockk Ib. 3Sc Frt-kli ground A liainburgei • lb» Purk Sau»uge A U or bulk • Ibk. , Make a Meat Loaf Bet- f t buck Koakt . . Ib. 58c Boiling Beef Ib. CN FOOD struwberrie* . . . t pkgk. 35t Frt-nch Fried . . . 8 pkgk. Httc Boitnec Beef ...... pk(. 3tk' Orange Juice ... 2 can* 49c Neck BOJUSS ...... * Ibk. -'Ut Light, l^-an SPUiEKIBS (>*en or (Jutduor Barl>fcu«) Ib. 10 lt>k Grade ut I A. So J Rud III u. 75 I^TS I LARGE SEEDLESS Grapefruit THIN SKIN, JUICY AND RADISHES Bunch FOR NSALE JUICE ORANGES NEVER 'BETTER! ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE *'i ?£'«£&'•*>£ &&nm*, YOU SAVE MORE ALWAYS tROAD- DOZEN FOR ONLY THIN SKIN! VERY JUICY! BANANAS > 1 Oc GARDEN FRESH MAIN PRODUCE MARKET Plenty Bananas on Salt Cheaper Than That. POTATOES iC FRESH Tomatoes! EXTRA-NICE WONDERFUL COOKERS BEST YELLOW ONIONS i c FIELD-QROWrr- HOME-QROWN ! FLAVOR!

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