Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 21
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April 13, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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O&ituaries lull Mra. Anna wmtet w, owl ofr «Xf»<*t61? W**«8dty at • Mr home, 3538 Brawn 9t, ol » at* pHmit Hdatt Attack. flte was fart d«d by MmlR who had ca!ted at her horn* to tate bet to * meeting of Putt Ifatfle Grand Cttfb. Her WlureW respond when (he women wuwit- an the door T. JUMrkfje, fljy IB it Hopkins, Ho|> CUnMi« Ky.i pwrfMig rantnl ejs Mrs. Rclef ord HETTTCK — Mrs. Charlotte L (Gasstel Releftofd. 70, died Toes day at her home, following along illness. Funeral services will he at 2 pjtn., Friday, at Gltead Bap„_ „.. — — ol Mrs. While's (tst Church. The body Is at hone earned them to fear som- Funeral Home in atmyra -*•*•—— jMriskA • • n*iIn • -* «AMtth ffrmni i _ „ Surviving are tour sons: Irving (BUD Stratton. Wood River: Otis Reletord, East Alton; Howard HettlcK; and Wesley of Palmyra; n daughter. Mrs. Mary Maberry of HettJck; a stepson, Alfred of Rettfok; 23 grandchildren, 2 great • grandchildren: a sister Mrs. Uaie Davis of Carlinville; three half-sisters. Including Mrs Susie Dunn of Carlinville; five half-brothers. Including! James Billbrurk Owen and Fred of Car- Unvtile. Robert of Palmra. Allen of Chesterfield. „__.._ house they DOttied police and her body was found. Mrs. White had been dead only a short time when the called W oh* her up. One of . them hfl ttfted to her on the telephone- about 30 minutes previous to calling at her home, and Mrs. White had appeared all right at Out time. She toM her fellow lodge members that she would be ready when they called to pick her up. A resident of Alton since 1930. Mrs. White was horn at Shelby- Vffle, April 14. 1882. Her parents j were the late Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Tboiy. She was married April 5, 1899, to William H. White, who died Jan. 12. 1950. E. N. Sexton — CARROLLTON — F u n e r a services for Everett Neal Sexton of Godfrey will be held Saturda> «« -»u. ~. «*. a t 2:30 p.m. at Oie Baptist church Mrs. White was «•member of Kane Graw8We wervtaa at Calvary Baptist Church. Order of! fhp Kanf> ^ ^ ^ , Eastern Star and ttie Rebels^ Memorial American Lodge and Past Noble Grand ;L(> p^. ( NQ ^g o{ CJub - i Hills. Surviving are two daughter?-! ^^ who ^ a plasterer Mrs. Franklin Hack. CMfport., unta his ^na,^ ^ years BDss., until recently a resident of, ^^ Wednesday at 5 ajn Alton, and Mrs. Roy DeVore.| ^ Jo8epn . 8 Ho8plta i to Stonington. a SOT. Charles J.. Hp w&g ^ A ^ x Wichita, Kans.. a brotoer. Grover Carrol)ton rf ^ tete Mr Soy bean Rally Boosts Prices CHICAGO (AP>-A rally In soy- •L^^^^, ^_^^^^^M *MA ^^U^. luiuin pmnea on crop 1 ahead about B wills a bushel at times tot the early afternoon today on the Board of Trade. The runup had recovered virtually all the tosses of the previous session. The grains also firmed trith corn moving up about a cent. Cartot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 3 cars, corn 172. oats 3, rye none, barley 34, soybeans 11. CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat or aoybean sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.09-09K; No 3 yellow 1.07-08; No 4 yellow 1.004)6; No 5 yellow 1.00- om; sample grade yellow Sl-98. Oats No 1 heavy white «6U: No 1 extra heavy white 66%. Prev. High Low Ckse close Wheat May Jul Sep Dec Mar Corn May Jul Sep Dec Mar Oats May Jul Sep Dec Rye May Jul Sep Dec The body is at Gent Chapel. Mrs. Sanderson Mrs. Berea Bugg Sanderson, a former Wood River resident, died Wednesday at 4:30 P-m.. at May- and He was married to Miss lotte Mimer, Nov. 20, 1935. and she survives. Also surviving are two children, Delmar Sexton and Vicld Sexton, both at home. He also leaves two brothers, EJvin Sexton and Harold Sexton, and a sister, Mrs. Edna Pointer. Friends may call at the Mehl of Marvin Sander son. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Raymond Featherstone, East Alton, who is in Mayfield for the funeral; Mrs. Robert Girman, Whiting. Ind., and Mrs. Glen Sparinger, Bellflower, Calif., two sons, Ronald Bug , Hammond, Ind., and William, Clinton, Ky., two brothers, Fred Evans, 'Cottage Hills, and Paul, CBnton, Ky., and a sister, Mrs. JOHN HEXRY HUNTER 10 a.m. Saturday Funeral Home 2:00 p.m. Saturday Funeral Home |7 to 9 2 to 4 The body will be taken to church at 1:30 Saturday. Mrs. Duckels MEDORA — Mrs. Laura Duc- jkels, 84, who made her home for the past 18 years with a sister, Mrs. Caddie Ruff, northwest of Medora, died unexpectedly this j morning. ! She was born Jan. 31. 1877, at Brighton, a daughter ol the late Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Barnes. Her husband, Edward Duckels, preceded her in death. Mrs. Duckels was a member of Royal Neighbors of America. Her only survivor in addition to her sister, Mrs. Ruff, is a niece, Mrs. Helen Gaddis of Alton. The body is at Warner Funer- ial Home. Medora. where services ; will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Maple Lane Cemetery, near Medora. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Friday. ANNA WHITE Arrangements Pending 1.92 1.92K 1.92% 1.87% 1.86% 1.37M 1.87M. 1.90% 1.89% 1.90% 1.90H 1.96H 1.96% 1.96Mi 1.964 2.00% 1.99% 2.00Vi 2.00% 1.09 l i 1.08% 1.09*4 1.084 1.134 1.11% 1.12% 1.124 1.15% 1.14H 1.14% 1.15% 1.174 1.16% 1.17% 1.17V4 1.214 1.21 1.21% IS Siwcfiii SHitdti Fonowtnt «* toftp's 1 1:1* p.m. quotations of 12 Hew fort Stock Kxcnanfv issues n&wu'V has indicated are widely field In the Alton area, as supplied to the AHott Eventoig Telegraph by NewhArd, Cook A Co., from Hi Alton branch office, (The New York Exchange etosts dally at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotation*): ATAT iau: Oen. Motors 45-%: Oranlte City Steel 45« Olin Math. Chem. 45%; Owens 111. 102*4: Shell Oil 43%: Socony 45**; Std. OU, <md.) 88; Std. Oil. (N.J.* 4«H; U. 8. Steel Sears 59M- African Terrorists Killing Portugese JOHANNESBURG, South Africa AP^—African terrorists are ambushing and killing Portuguese soldiers and waging a campaign of destruction in northern Angola, the South African Press Association reported today. A Portuguese army captain, a lieutenant and a number of soldiers recently were trapped and Wiled north of Luanda, the news agency reported in a dispatch from the capital of the Portuguese territory. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 Late Market Is Irregular NEW YORK <AP)-Th« stock market was Irregtrtar late this afternoon after halting an early decline. Trading slowed below the usual level. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.5 million shares compared with 4.87 million Wednesday. Gains and losses of fractions to about a point prevailed among most key stocks. Some of the speculative favorites or higher-priced issues advanced several points. Polaroid was up more than 7, Revlon half a dosen points and International Business Machines about 10. MOM, which took an early 5- point loss on news that its president had sold a big block of stock, recovered later, paring the loss to about a point. Electro Autolite was Of! more than 2. American Machine Foundry spurted about 5. Losses of around a point were shown by Certain-Teed, General Electric, American Smelting, Allied Chemical and Air Reduction. Most of the major steelmakers **>•*** jy^^_ ^•SMMHhattfl^MJ ton vDnanwra wittim was awutid • _ •fct^J^^—^^ tt^UB^^^^^j^^^^ J^^^J . ._ gti Branan IUBUUHWRS was • 9 point toiWt American atooh BMOnajsje i WBTC ml Corporate bonds tOM4 flowB* ftfr'slt m natural its tsjtti dty Mri A..^..i-m i fc .^ie*i* MsWtaatilafjsii ta% lahfl OBtni It Wnl Cnfaptr w 191 tfts Hshtt bom than *r tttniMt to turn them on and off. MeoWtnn Rat Is IWBt ovtf • ntttmil fls pool. Friday and Saturday Ftalurti OM PeiMWHNl Assto Ga*tti • M0 ., SejMMn PwefiM A treat tor Breakfast, Lunch or Snack Time ... moist and tasty ... baked in a foil pan ... your family will love it... Order yours today! RRUbOfD rW. .>••••• "«WH A real spring time treat . . . Tender, flaky pie crusts with tasty, fresh frozen rhubarb cooked to perfection . . . Try one, you'll love It. Mrs. Seibold's Bake Shops, Inc. Wllihlrt vitiate 7 a.m. to 7 Oven Tiffs ».m. Dial AN OLD WA*HBCKftO IN A »ML Or* fP ANO WAT6R.APT6RO6ANIWA RINM THfi MUftH IN CUAff UNTIL NlffPCO. Alton Water Co. 30f Htnry St. .63^4 .66^4 .70 .60H .63 .65% .69% .63% .66 .69% .65!* .69% l.M U3H 1.14 1.13% Lim 1.22% Soybeans May Jul Sep Nov fan STOCK REDUCING EVERY SHOE REDUCED 2S% to 30°o 114 Wert 9nl Si ALTON 1.16% 117 U&4 1.19*4 1.19 1.22% 1.22% 1.22H 3.22W 3.27% 3.24H 3.3154 3.24tt 3.30% 3.27 2.65 2.62H 2.65 2.62*4 2.47U 2.45*4 2.46% 2.46 2-51H 2.50 2.51 2.50% 2.54*4 2.53 2.54^4 2.53% Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. AP)—(USDA)-Hogs 7,000; U.S. No 1-2 185-23Q Ib barrows and gilts 17.75-18.00, mostly 17.75-85, over 200 heaii 'at 18.00; mixed No and 2-3 180-240 Ib 17.35-65, some No 1-3 17.75; No 2-3 240-280 17.00-60; mixed grade 140-170 b 15.25-17:25; few 100-130 Ib 11.004.50; sows No 1-3 400 Ib down 6.25-17.00; over 400 Ib No 2-3 5.75-16.00, few lots to 16.25; boars >ver 250 Ib 12.75-13.00, lighter i-eights 13.75-14.00. Cattle 700, calves 250; standard and good slaughter steers 20.0023.50; choice mixed steers and heifers 2450; utility and commercial cows 1650-18.00; canners and cutters 1100-17.00; thin shells down to 12.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.00-20.50; canners and cutters 15.00-18.00; vealers and slaughter calves active, fully steady; good and choice vealers 24.00-30.00; high choice 31.00-32.00: standard and good 18.00-24.00; cull and utility, 14.00-18.00; good and choice slaughter wives 19.00-24.00 Charles H. Ruyle Rites Conducted Following funeral services Wednesday at 2 p.m.. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, the body of Charles H. Ruyle was taken to Kemper for burial. The Rev. Fred Peek officiated at the rites. Nephews were pallbearers. They were William, Amos, Milford, and Charles Ruyle, and Harry and Earl Anderson. Mrs. Beulah Zoll Rites Conducted Funeral rites (or Mrs. Beulah B. Zoll. wife of Earl Zoll of 3216 Kendall Dr.. were conducted at L> p.m., Wednesday in Morrow- Qutnn Mortuary. The Rev. Robert J. Cochran. pastor of Upper Alton Baptist Church, officiated at the rites at the mortuary and at Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Frank Dittmeier, Jerry Jokeist, Gil Connor, Harry Schomaker, Fred Laufketter, and Steve Smith. Otis W. Wilton Rites Set Saturday Funeral rites for Otis W. Wilton, 84, of Genoa, Tex., former Prudential Insurance agent in Alton, will be conducted Saturday M 2 p.m., in Smith Funeral Home, Alton, by the Rev. John Henderson, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church. Burial will be in Bethany Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m., Friday. Mr. Wilton, who was the father of Dorris W., and Lorraine M. 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