Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 17, 1950 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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»AOtltX ALTON EVlNtNO TILIOHAPtt TUMDAY, JANUARY i7, itSO Coroner Holds '-•'• Four Inquests I » • . de^aBBBBBMSlslliMaflililM Death Irom natural causes was found In two Instances and one e*W of accidental d«*th and an- dtt»«r of suicide was determined by : a coroner's jury at four inquests t Monday night «t Coroner Ben F. Staten's funeral home. Mrs. Rosalie 'Gasklll, 501 Miami, young housewife died Monday morning at her residence as n result of natural causes, th* jury found ". . . probably coronary thrombosis associated with cirrhosis of the liver." Mrs. Gasklll had been found dead In bed by her husband, Erber Gaskill, when he returned home Monday morning from working a midnight shift at a local plant. A physician's testimony supplemented r.asklll's statement to the Jury. The death of Clem A. Frye, 67, 3311 Franor, laborer, was also due to natural causes, the jury found. Daniel Ray Ayres, 14 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Ayres, 3719 Coronado drive, (lied Jan. 11 as a result of burns suffered on his lower extremities, The death was accidental, the jury found. Mrs. Martha Louise Ayres, the child's mother, described how she placed the boy in n dishpan half-, full of lukewarm water nnd then left momentarily to Rive a neich- bor some grocery money to shop for her. When she returned she testified, she found Daniel seated whimpering In scalding water running full force from the hoi water tap. He had turned if nn himself In her absence. "Suicide" was the verdict In the death of James Q. Graham, 65, wool presser, who died .Tan. 12 at his sleeping room, 167 Shamrock. He slashed his throat with a straight razor. Worden Woman Entertains Club North Alton WORDEN, Jan. 17.—(Special.)— Mrs. Earl King was hostess to members of her card club at her home Friday afternoon. Honor scores were held by Mrs. William Emrlch, Mrs. George S. Birmingham, and Mrs. Otto H. Dlt- tes. Late in the afternoon, refreshment! were served. Card Club Entertained WORDEN. —Mrs. Harold Klenle entertained members of her' card club at her home Friday evening. The time was spent playing pinochle. Honor scores were held by Mrs. Walter Ludwlg, Mrs. Martin Ellert, and Mrs. Erwin H. Stoecker. Following the games, a luncheon Was served. Vwmg Men'* Gink Meet* The Northslde Young Men's Clu met at 6:30 p. m. Monday at th Shelterhouse. Three ' officers an 23 members attended the meeting and heard reports by Presiden Don Russo and Treasurer«G«ft Fisher on the results of th* pity sponsored by the club last W**li It was announced that • Kennj Franz, assistant, adviser, and coach of the basketball team, would be entering school again with the be ginning of the second semester After hearing recommendation from the members it was voted to ask Bill Edgell to aSslst Franz In the coming weeks, so that he couU become coach of the • basketbal' team when Franz leaves. Ed gel accepted the position. Bob Shlrack and Edgell Were appointed to a committee to work a< the club dance beginning at 7:30 Thursday at the Shelterhouse. Missionary Meeting Friday The Missionary Society of. Elm Street Presbyterian Church wil" meet at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the church. Stewardship will be the theme of the January meeting. The new officers will be in charge^ of the meeting. The group Is not limited in membership and a welcome is extended to anyone who would like to attend. No School Thursday Parents have been reminded that there will be no regular school session on Thursday, but that classes will begin again at the regular time Friday morning The teachers will have a special work day that day. Miss Irene Wilson, principal of McKlnley-Delmar, announced Monday that second semester rental fees may be sent to school following the holiday. Honored With Birthday Party Mary Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Starkey of 12'/4 East Elm, was honored with a birthday party at the family home Saturday. Those In attendance played cards and refreshments were served. A large birthday cake wrfs on the center of the decorated table. Miss Marilyn Kranz assisted Mrs. Starkey with serving the refreshments. . ... Girl Scouts Learn Square Dancing Girl Scout'Troop 49 met Monday afternoon at Old Cathedral hall and Harold Bean of the recreation department instructed the girls in folk dances. Annoyed when his girl friend's father turned him down, Glovan- nt Tumbarlnu, of Cagliarl, Sardinia, bit the end of the old man's nose and walked out. Offirnn tMUTM Officers of the Carnation Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, were installed Wednesday evening at the D. of U. V. Hall on State street. Deputy Mrs. Nellie Paul was the Installing officer, Mrs. Ollle Bopp, ceremonial marshal, and Mrs. Emma Modes, installing chancellor. The 'new officers are oracle, Mrs. Bertha Weber; past oracle, Mrs. ftattle Eccles; vice oracle, Mrs. Stella Bockhorst; chancellor, Mrs. Modes; recorder, Mrs. Ethel Shatluck; receiver, Mrs. Frieda Walters; marshal, Mrs. Bopp; assistant marshal, Mr!. Birdie Clifford; Inner sentinel, Mrs. Dorothy Week!; outer sentinel, Mrs. Rose Backman; managers, Mm. Mary Blakley and Mrs. Edna Trump; musician, Mri. Rhea Jones. Some members were ill and unable to attend the meeting, so their places were filled !>y members, of the Marguerite Camp. A special hour followed and re- feshments were served. Favors were presented to Mrs. Frances Graessle, Mrs. Bopp, Mrs. Kccles, and Mrs. Walters. Northslde Noted Mf. and Mrs. Edman Hagen, flr. and Mrs. Lyle Ferguson and Miss Betty Jean Marshall of Dow attended the funeral of Ernest Jenry Strassemler of Troy, Mo., Sunday afternoon. Presbyterians at Moro to Meet MORO, Jan. 17. (Special)— The nnual congregational meeting of he Moro Presbyterian Church wlU held Wednesday! at 8 p. m. A ellowshlp supper will precede the meeting at 6:30. Thursday Mrs. Glenn Bickel, Vlr- ten, will speak at the Woman's Lssoclation meeting. There will be potluck luncheon at noon and Mrs. Bickel will speak in the after- ,oon. Parent-Teacher Meeting MORO — The Parent-Teacher meeting for January will be held Friday at 8 p. m. The program oplc will be "Foundations for Beter Peace". There will be musical umbers on the program in addi- on to the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. nrl Hoi beck, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer lelmkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Victor >avis and Mr. and Mrs. Walter lind comprise the committee. The giant sand dues of Kitty awk, N. 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Mr. and Mrs. James Ivers and sons of Cooke Valley farms were afternoon caller*. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown and daughter! of Bethalto visited with Mrs. Brown'! mother, Mrs. Pansy Wagner. , Among residents 111 at the present time are Mrs. Mary Fox, Mrs. Augusta Schroeder, Mrs. , Mary Varble, and Thomas • Handlln. Dr. A. K. Baldwin, Carrollton, was summoned to see Mrs. Fox, Sunday. She has suffered from a heart ailment for many yean. Mrs. Schroeder was takqp to the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and MM. Wilbur Schroeder, south of Eldred, Saturday, to be cared for. Handlln, who hai been afflicted with a bone ailment the past few years, entered St. John's Hospital, St. Louis, for treatment, Saturday. Elwood Matheny will return to Barnei Hospital, St. Louis, for a fluoroscope examination, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schwallen- stecker, Elwood Matheny, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schwallenstecker and son, Mike, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stecker, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Shuler entertained as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mri. L. R. Dawson, Alton. Mrs. Jessie Greene and son, Harold, Greenfield, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. T; Whiteside. . * Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Carrollton, were calling on friends In Eldred, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Aldaca took a motor trip to Havana, Sunday. Brighton PTA Meeting Thursday BRIGHTON, Jan. 17. (Special) —The Boy Scouts and Explorer Scouts of Troop 39 will give first aid demonstrations at the meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association at 7:30 p. m., Thursday, In the high school gymnasium. Grade school patrol boys will present the flag and awards will be given for safety posters which have been made by the upper grade students at grade school. Birthday Party BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bone entertained with a party Sunday afternoon honoring the fifth birthday of their son, Carl. The afternoon was spent playing games and watching television. Guests were Russle and Lynn Jester, Donald and Carole Mae Well, Martha Ann and Gary Little, Paul Anders, Lynn Walker, Bucky and Bob Stamper, and Jan- Ice, Marjorie, and Billy Bone. Mrs. Bone was assisted in entertaining the guests'by Mrs. Russell Jester. Receive Birth Announcement BRIGHTON — Relatives here have received the announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stamper, Godfrey. The babe was born Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Stamper was formerly Miss Frances Blair, daughter of Mrs. E. H. Abbott. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Link, Mrs. Elinor Bacon and Miss Vera Berger, Granite City, spent Sunday afternoon and evening with the Rev. and Mrs. K. Friebe. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Watt, Gene, Virginia and Sue Ellen, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and son, Adrian, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Cope, Jerseyville. Mrs, F. N. Orr, Cella Orr, Nancy Bergfold, Melvin Schieler and Carson and Fred Oberlander spent Sunday evening in St. Louis. Man Charted With Pandering S Other* Accused CHICAGO, Jen. it. t/rWArthur Newman Jr., 28, was charged with pandering last night after a Rock Island women accused him m holding her In e hotel room for five days and forcing her to submit to SO men. Three other men, accused of soliciting, also were booked «n charges of pandering. They ere Robert Welsh, 87, and two Negro bellhops, Ernest Smith, 56, and Willie Talbert, 54. , Smith and Talbert were released on bonds of $300 each. All four •re to appear In women's court today. The tajoman, Mrs. Grace Smith, an attractive 25-year-old blond, Is being held without charge for, questioning. Detective Tom McManus teld Mrs. Smith related she came to Chicago with Newman after leaving her husband following en argument. McManus said Mrs. Smith told him Newman kept her In the hotel room. She escaped when she was sent from the roqm Sunday night to buy food, the detective said she told htm. HturyJ.ADen J From Kansat, Diet WICHlfi Henry State* IhorUy afte*~« i.'m. t KM., Jan. i/ ... tl, former United ••"• lter» died ft* . had been HI for several week! and critically 111 the last lo flaya. A ttidtnt party otator at the height of Ml political career, AJ- lenThid wen lS*at» thi toit 20 yea». sr in Kansas tat half i ._.. wai chairmen * th*botrd „ Wichita Dtneen it UM tfme O f his death. • _ One of ewety four penofti in the United States lives in a community having «n Iron or Meet plant. KYRON •AVI MONEY- •ETKVION ECONOMY Hundreds of Altonlans have kai won* derful autwesa with KYHON YeMeis. 2 Popular Slits Moro Family's Auto Overturns; No Injuries MORO, Jan. 17. (Special)— Mrs. Victor Davis and children escaped serloui injuries Sunday morning when their car overturned near the H. E. Ooraey place. They were on their way to Sunday school with Mrs. Devil driving. It is thought the car skidded on the slick oil road. They suffered only minor injuries and were able to get out of their car unassisted. A passing motorist took them to their home. The car, which was considerably damaged, had to be towed to a garage. Attend Funeral MORO.— Persons from here attending the funeral of Frank E. Ellis at Terre Haute, Ind., Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettger, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Boett- S sr, H. E. Dorsey, Mrs. Maurice orsey. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kasten, and Mrs. Margaret Kabel. Ellis, 67, and a former resident, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home Thursday •vealng. He retired from the postal service a few weeks ago. D MORO. — Dinner end supper guests of Mr. end Mrs. Samuel J. Dorsey, Sunday, were Mr. and tfrs. Paul Welmers end family, Mrs. Anna Welmers. Mrs. Leonard Dlest, Edwardsvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Eerl Boettger and Mrs. Una Diest, Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Welmers, Pralrietown; Miss Mary Dorsey, St. Louis; and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooper end son of Moro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKee of Alton were also guests during the afternoon. • Neve to Baal Altost MORO. - Mr. end Mr*. Abe Leatherwood and family have moved from the Unterbrlnk property to East Alton. • Pint carpet seen In the Americas U Hid to have been one seised as part of Captain Kldd's booty when he waa executed in 1701. Fire Destroys Quincy Warehouse QUINCY, Jan. 17. WP)—Exploding gasoline tanks shot fresh fuel onto a raging fire which destroyed a three-story warehouse last night. A strong wind whipped the flames around the brick structure and parts of the walls and roof soon collapsed. The loss was estimated at "several hundred thousand dollars" by Tony Vldas, head of the Tony ' Vldas Transfer A Storage Co., which occupied the building. Cause of the fire is undetermined. Gasoline tanks of 11 trucks exploded and threw the blazing fuel about the building's wooden interior. All of Qulncy's fire apparatus, together with that of the Trl- Townshlp fire company, was used to battle the blaze. The Trl- Townshrlp equipment Is housed In Quincy for fighting* rural fires In the area. A quantity of furniture, $70,000 worth of farm machinery, four electric organs and stored soybean meal were destroyed In the fire, Vldas said. An active child takes more than 30,000 steps a day, almost twice 'as many as the average adult. Iron won't sink In mercury because. It is only about on-half as. heavy as mercury. SIUDEMXER nuns; Get the extra earning power of Studebaker's low-cost power! Streamlined Srudeboker trucks in J^-ton, f^-ton and 1-ton models are available with pick-up and stake bodies. Automatic overdrive and easy-ride, 2-stage rear springs may be had at extra cost in the J^-ton and Ji-ton Studebaker truck models. Gat a winning combination 'off high torque, and money-saving gasolino economy for your new-truck money! 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