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ALTON SWUNG wuao3t.Om.HHni Obituaries m§ JHF9» Mr*. Ulllnm Kcrtner. St. Petersburg. Fl«. and a brother, Russell, St. Louis. Mrs. Peart Lydla Poole, wife the bwly is at Shields Me- •f rotter D. Poole of 215 Mac, mortal where the family will Arthur Dr. Cottage Hills died (receive frirnds from 2 p.m. to Tllunrtay in faood River Town-U p.m and 7 pm. to 9 p.m.. Ihlp Hospital, Wood River. Saturday •here she hes been a patient ; Funprnl ritp* "ill be ronduct- fot two week*. ed Sunday at 2 p.m. in the fun- Bom at Dorchester. Sept. 18. oral homr h >' < he R(>v s - w 1908. she was a daughter of Thornton Burial will be in Oak- the late Mr. and Mrs. George ( vvood Cemetery. Ooatney. i iShe was married Feh. 21. 1925, at Carlinville, to Foster D. Poole. They have resided fori Mrs Maule Briokry of Wash- the past 15 years in Cottage lington. D.C.. a former resident Hills. of \VhitP Hall, and mother of Mrs. Surviving in addition to l*ri«™". m _ p - Hartnrtt o( 1041 Ca 'husband are two children, Its Mrs. Brickev Hmt* of Grain* Soybean Futures Shift Broadly 12 Sm€C$fd <9f0Cnf Following are today's t:» p.m. quotations of 13 N*» York Stock Exchange Issues rewnrch hns indicated are widely neM in the Alton area, as supplier? to the Telegraph by Newhard, CHICAGO (AP> - Soybean fu- i Coo* and Co. from Its Alton shifted fairly broadly today 1 ,^ n " ch o(flc «- (TI *! ,? CW , V ,°!j .u « _. . «_ j !! , Exchange* closes daily at 2:30 on the Board of Trade, but onl.v| p m ^ M the9e are not clos . either way from pr*- )|ng quota ,i ons .> : vkHi* closes. The old crop con ATft? . t26 ^. Q^ Motprs tracts ranged from about 3 cents higher to about 3 tower, while the grains showed only fractional changes. Trade volume appeared to be at or near its lowest of the week. Carlot receipts today were esti- 1 cat Ave.. dav. acoorrimc to word received F., and Mrs. Richard L. Wheat. Cottage Hills: two sisters, Mrs. Clara Lilly. Havana, and Mrs. Mj-rtle Poole. Dorchester and a brother. Harry Coatney. Dorchester. The body is at Wiese Ftmer- il Home. Gillespie. where the Rev. Raymond Clodfelder "'Ml i funeral. conduct rites Saturday at 3 p.m.) A)go gft^^ng. from Mrs. Hartnrtt. who has been in Washington. D. C.. attending her mother. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at J p.m.. in Simmons Funeral Home. Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Hartnett will be bv Mr. Hartnett. for the Burial will be in Gillespie Cemetery. Visitation hours at'the funeral home will be from 2 p.m. to. dav until time of the funeral. Presslev ,.~^_,,., T , ,„ ,, JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Pressley. wife of George Press- j ley, died Thursday at 2:30 pm..: jngton D c «t her home in Otterville. She K and be another daughter of Mrs. Hartnett, Mrs. G. W. Price of Carrollton. Mrs. Brickey, 72. was born at Drake, May 8. 188. She had resided In Carroltton befor emoving jto Washington. D. C.. in 1938. „, addition to Mrs. Hartnett and are Ann Bric|{ey Wash . daughters. RusseU R-i Washington, • D. C., her husband; eight grand- and six great-grand- was 83 years old. Born at Alexander. Mo., Feb. j children, 26, 1878, she was a daughter of children, the late Mr. and Mrs. Elige Lee. She was preceded in death by In addition to her husband, two sons, she is survived by a son. Rich-: ard Chamberlains. JerseyvfUe.i PJ..^*.* rt «»and a sister. Mrs. Betty Terrell. &€lUCttlOr8 Louisiana. Mo. _ The body is at Jacoby Bros. OCttCf Funeral Home where services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m., by the Rev. James Sitze of Otterville. Burial will be in Fifty-five county-, district and Hardin Cemetery. .assistant school superintendents Friends may call at the funer- j —plus professors of educational al home after 7 p.m.. today. administration from a nine- i county area agreed Thursday lWli«c l lai*Q rfolA 'that a need exists for improv- IfJl^. \jldl d I IdlC j jng the qliality of eduction in 45%; Granite City Steel Olin Math. Chem. 46%: Owens 111. 101%: Shell Oil 48Tfc; Sinclair Oil 42%; Socony 45%: Std. Oil. (Ind.) 53%; Std. Oil( (N.J.) Petition is Fifed for Legate's Reinstatement EDWARDSVTLLE - A petition for a writ of mandamus In behalf of dismissed fire and police commissioner Orval W. Legate, requesting that lie be restored to his office or allowed the opportunity to reply to thp charges against him. was filed in Circuit Court Thursday afternoon by Legate's attorney, Ear] L. Vuagniaux, Named defendants In the pe- oats 7, rye none, barley 6, soy- beam 8. CHICAGO (AP> - No wheat ori soybean sales. Com No 2 yellow j No 3 yellow 1.06H-«m»: 47N; U. S. Steel 89%; 9eara| tmofl nrp the City of Edwnrds . v ille, Mayor William C. Strnube, City Clerk Edward H. Poos, City Treasurer Joseph Rotter No 4 yellow 1.02-06'*. Oats No 1J extra heavy white 86H-67. choice 1.10- Prev. Close close Soybean oil Barley: malting 1.20n: feed 93-1 .OOn. CHICAGO (AP>High Low Wheat May 1.9ft 1.81* 1.91*4 1.92U Jul Sep Dec Mar Corn May Jul Sf-p Dec Mar Oats May Jul Sep Dec 1.86% 1.87% 1.87^4 1.90% 1.89% 1.90% 1.90% 1.96% 1.96 1.96 1.96H 2.00>4 1.99% 2.00H 2.00% 1.09 1 * 1.08% 1.08% 1.09% 1.13% 1.12% 1.12* 1.12% 1.15% 1.14% 1.14% 1.14% 1.17 a i 1.16* 1.17 1.21% 1.20% 1.21 .61M, .64 .66% .70 .61 .63% .66 .69% .81'i .63% .66 .69% 1.21 .61'i, .63% .66 .69% Hye May 1.14 1.12% 1.13% 1.14 J?ftr Jul iSep jDec Soybeans i May jJul Sep Nov i Jan i Mar New of Stock* Irregular Advance Posted NEW YORK (AP>—The stock market posted an Irregular advance in active trading, with some wide moves late this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.3 million shares compared with 4.77 million Thursday. While most key stocks showed gains and losses ranging from fractions to a point, some specially-situated issues rose 2 or more point. Affected by stock split*. Lehn ft Fink and American Hospital supply rose about 3 each and Procter Gamble more than a point. In the same category, American Machine Foundry halved an early gain of about 2. Steels, motors, coppers and an assortment of electronics did well. Ford and Anaconda rose more GAA at Roxana High Initiate* New Members ROXANA-The Girls' Athletic Association of Roxana High School 'had annual initiation of members Tuesday evening in the gymnasium. The girls gave demonstrations in tumbling, rope skipping, modern dance, basketball and trampotin. Girls participating in the dem than a point each. McDonnell Aircraft, prime con- 1.17H 1.15A* 1.16«4 Lie 8 * j tractor for the Mercury astronaut 1.19»s 1.18% 1.19% 1.19% j program, was active and fraction- 1.23 1.22% 1.23 1.22 7 »j a lly higher. Litton Industries ad- jvanced about 2. 3.31 3.2434 3.27% 3.27% j International Business Machines 3.33'i 3.27M. 3.30 3.30% was up half a dozen points. Vendo 2.63% 2.63% 2.65 2.48 2.46^ 2.46% 2.46«4 2.5034 2.31 BUNKER HILL—Funeral rites, 'schools of the state. The ingredients of quality ed- for Mrs. Clara M. Hale. 68. who; ucaHon ' are qualjty teacher8i died Wednesday at Burlingame. 1Jb . curriculum and ade . Calif., will be conducted Satur- te financia , supporti tnc edu- day at 2 p.m., in Jacoby-Wise j cfltors decided . Funeral Home. Burial will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. Attending a day-long meeting j of the Southwestern Illinois Mrs. Hale. 68. was the widow Schoo , AdminJ8trators Forum in the administrators conclusions after of Stephen Hale. former residents Hill. They were Be n e ville. of Bunker « reacned | listening to talks and discussing panne,.,, 2.55 1 4 2.533i 2.54 2.54% Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP>—(USDA)—Hogs 8.500; 1-2 183-230 Ib barrows and gilts 17.5075, large share 17.65 down; mixed 1-3 and 23 180-240 Ib 17.30-50; 240300 Ib 16.75-17.25: mixed grade 140-170 Ib 16.00-17.00; few 100-130 Ib 11.00-14.00: 1-3 sows 400 Ib down 160-75; over 40 Ib 15.50-16.0: mostly 15.75 down; boars over 25 Ib 13.00, lighter weights 14.00. Cattle 800; calves 150; utility and commercial cows 16.50-18.00; dropped about 2. Interstate Department Stores was off about 3. American Stock Exchange prices advanced in heavy trading. Corporate bonds slipped fractions. U.S. government bonds (were mostl> r unchanged. Mrs. Anna White » Rites Set Friday Arrangements for the funeral of Mrs. Anna White, who died unexpectedly Thursday at her home, 2336 Brown St., have been completed following the arrival in Alton of her children. the notrd of ft The petition avers thtt Legate was appointed to the board of fire and police commissioners on March 1, I960, for a term ot three years, or, in the alter^ native, for the unexpired term of his predecessor, that he took the oath of office and is ready nnd willing to enter into a bond. On Feb.. 24, 1961, the petition stated, the mayor removed Legate by letter and subsequently called a special meeting of the City Council on March 2, 19U, getting -forth the reasons for the removal. It is alleged that the charges J placed against Legate "are mot true and were insufficient," that Legate was not given an opportunity to reply to the charges or to be represented by counsel at the meeting, that the aldermen were given no opportunity to vote on the removal, and that they would have disapproved the removal. The petition requests the writ of mandamus commanding the defendants to*"terthwith restore" onstrattons were: Carol Peeto the Plaintiff^to his office," or Joan Anglin, Judy Heakett, Martha Hurley, tumbling; Jo Ann Platter. Gayle Lackey, June Huck and Gay lutwrence, tram- polin; fourth hour PE class, rope dance; fifth hour PE class, modern dance: Ruth Mygatt, Pat Ingold. Jcannie Powers, Shirley McDonough, Bette Jones, Ames, Donna Carol The body is at Crider, Beverly Harris, Lana Zakrzewski and Charyn Nowling, basketball. Referees were Janet Turnbeaugh and Marilyn Holland. Girl initiated were Judy Barnard, Charlotte Bartels, Phyllis Biondolino. Gerry Blanchard, Sandy Bolen, Donna Boren, Vicki Browder, Joyce Brunk, Jacquie Byrley. Peggie Burgess, Mary Cox. Mary Fraser. Kay Fries. Jeanne Helmkamp, Marilyn Hill. Beverly Isted. Patt Kokorudz, Karen LaTempt, Sharon Martin, Rose Militello. Charyn Nowling, Barbara Perez, Carol Proffer, Ginger Reese, Diane Roark, Ann Robinson, Donna Smith, Linda Spurgeon, Jeanette Stark, Anita Steele, Sandy Steele, Janet Steinbrook, Martha Sulton, Ruth Thompson, Elaine Titue, Carol Voyles, Margy Walker, Tetry Williams, Jeanne Wilson and Dorothy Woodard. that a writ be Issued com mandlng the defendants to allow the plaintiff to reply to the charges against him, to be represented by an attorney and to allow the aldermen to vote on his removal. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Two area Morris, Nancy residents were admitted Thurs- Collins, Linda day to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and two patients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Jane Schneider, 608 Garfield; Miss 'Gena Bone, 318 South Buchanan. Discharged were: August Lenglet, 837 Ruskin; Dennis Caulk, 311 South Benton. Alton High Honor Society Inducts 54 flftythree student* were hv icted into the National Honor Society in ceremonies at Alton High School, Thursday night. Forty-two seniors and 11 jure tors were presented as new members by Q. C. Davis, principal. Dr. Donald B.' Summer*, Olln Mathieson visiting chemistry teacher at the school, was the principal speaker. He empha* sized the Importance of academic endeavor as opposed to extra curricular aotlvity. "Every college wants to know the high school graduating students' rank, grades and general scholarship," he said. He also talked on the quality of leadership, Which he described as not being "bossism but ability to work hard yoursttt and Indicate mote by example." When you do this, he jaltf, people will follow you. the following officers were announced to serve the remain* der of the semester: Robert fiergstrom, president; Katheryn Butler, vice prestdenti; Sally Braun, recording secretary; and Rebecca Allgeyer, corresponding secretary. The Inductees and guests were welcomed in a talk by Ronald Jureziz, president of the society. Other students on the program weret Franklin Johnson, giving a historical sketch: Ann lati of we Young, interp emblem; Sydney Fergirton, tuk on chafRctW! Robert Bergstrom, scholarship: Jerry Clardy, leadership; Kathryn Butler, service; Jean Pierce, pledge ceremony. Seniors were Inducted: William Armstread, Jeanette Arnold, Richard Barocca, Mary Blayney, Michael Bowker, Edward Dancy, Edward Evewten, Judith Fairbanks, Charles Freeman, Stephen Glbbins, Robert Gouldlng, Robert Creeling, Donna Hine, Edward Houston, Jean Humphrey, Judith Hunter, Glen Ingram, Michael Ktstner. Katherine Lelmbach, James MoBrien, Janet McBrlen. Ronald McConathy, Nancy Maucker, Sharon Mayhew, Carol Misegadaa, John Paul, Janis Pinkerton, Stephen Pfaff, William Richardson, William Rippley, James Robblns, John Roe, James Schoeffel, Letitia Schu- maoker, James Show, Sandra" Shaw, Mary Stobbs, Charles Taylor, Linda Tuetken, Joseph fMuinii Arifli* 'wyw Bead* tew, Michaal Robert Fike, Tamara Hutw, CreifhUm Mill. , Ntrwy OdeO, Aoberta Point, r, Sue Sheldon,' Mloheie Ann urveyer, Virginia Yoant, and Thomas Wicka. Home Bconofnfei Department irved refreshmenta. Mrs. Clarice Ferguson wai at the organ. Read Telegraph Want Aft Daily H«lpt Yoi Ovtreome FALSE TEETH Loosotitit and Wdrry No longer M uu>o)r«d or •ue beouM ot IOOM. ^' tMtb. PA8Tt»TB, «0 Ml Ik* tWI UIWIV VVPM***-'* «*V*»- «»»*»»• *»•»•»•• MMincnt cftUMd by loose plates. Get •A8TKBTH at any drug counter. COMI SK AND TRY OUR NIW HIAVY DUTY GOODALL MOWERS THE WORKSHOP Godfrey Phone HO 5-3456 New Location—Godfrey • Rd. '/4 Mile North'of the IT rehouse Gent where Chapel Walton Chapter Order of Cimriitn^c f.~ « cnn t>n..l TS " 1 raillieiTj J1J1U CUllCrS 11.UU-.IIUU, nS^^r Rn,n^ Tplif o^r the " quwt *<" quMiy " the utility'and commercial hulls 18.00"l e ;/^" B ^;£t f ;;/fl r ^cx)l S and local school districts 2 o..5o : canners and cutters 15.00- sisters. Mrs. Ethel Pollack. Angeles: Mrs. Alma Pieper,; A Gordon Dodds. superinten- cutters 14.00-1700; JEastern Star will conduct memorial services Friday at 9 p.m Hawthorne. Calif.. Mrs. Velva dent of E dwardsville schools, j 18.00; vealers and slaughter cah'es mostly steady; good and Evans. Lynwood, Calif., and _, Mrs Edna West. Maywood. was reflected president of the Cahf and three grandchJdren Forum A j Woods rin . In addition to her husband, she nt o{ Mascoutah Hlgn was preceded jn death by two i School, was elected vice presl- On Saturday at 8 choice vealers 24.00-30.00; high I p.m., members choice 31.00-32.00; standard and j of Rebekah Lodge good 18.00-24.00; good and choice j will assemble at Mrs. A. Whtte slaughter calves. 19.00-24.00. 'the chapel for services. Sheep 100; not enough to test I Friends may call at the ident; and Chester Moss, Nash-j market; about 25 head good and! chapel from ^ p.m., today, un- Friends mav call at the fun- ville elementary school superin- 1 choice fall shorn lambs 17.00; few HI Sunday at 10 a.m., when eral home after 3 p.m., today. J. H. Quast jtendent, was elected secretary. • Edson Smith, superintendent ' of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, was named representative to the advisory GREENFIELD — John Hyden c . OU ncil. Illinois Association of Quast, World War II veteran, Srhoo , Administrators, and T>r. died at 4 a.m. today in John, Leonard B Wneat aadstam to Cochran Veteran's Hospital. St.j lhe dean for duate studies Louis, where he had been a pa- ,. .. .,,: .... „ , tient since Dec. 27. at ^ uth " rn IIlinois Un.verdty. A native of Greenfield. Mr. *" u ' h «-" J ' n Campus. was Quast was born Aug. 6. 1900 , naiwd lu - sw:e as P rofession al one of seven children of the advisei> to rhf «™P late Mr. and Mrs Carsten Quast Hheat and Dr - H - Brubaker, He attended the Greenfield i professor '" Educa «on Admini- schools and during World \Var stratlon and assistant to the H was a parachute inspector in SIt ' P res ' den t- are forum mem-! the Air Force bers and a »ended yesterday's j A retired employe of Mobile. meelmg i Gas Co.. he had worked in St. Counr '« represented by! Louis, Tulsa, and in Texas. m f -m be rs in the Southwestern j Survivors include a sister. Illmois SchoGl Administrators' Forum are Madison, St. Clair, J,Jersey, Bond, Clinton, Monroe, Macoupin, Washington and Rani dolph. and utility wooled lambs!the body will be taken to Ston- 10.00-15.00; few slaughter ewes : ;ington for services at 2 p.m. 7.00 down. Hn First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Hall Cemetery, Blue Mound. Mrs. White, who was th* widow of William H. White, was preceded in death in addition to her husband by a brother and three sisters. Survivors are a son, two daughters; 11 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren. On Sale Fri. & Sat. at BROADWAY MAIN Drive-In Produce Mkt. POTATOES 10 £ 29e Cheaper by the 100 Ib. bag Fresh Vine Ripe TOMATOES 3,,,s49c California Iceberg LETTUCE Z Heads I9C Fresh Cut ASPARAGUS 10* 196 See The VILLA MARIE Values! Even tho the weather it bad . . . The Spring Scene at Villa Marie Cannot Be Dampened! Come See The Big Values! We Can Make Home Ownership Easy for You! Ask This Week How You Can Get Extra Optional Values Free! Come Out This « Week-end . . . OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. CAUL. YOUR NATIONAL HOMES BUILDER-DEALER JUN REAL ESTATE CO. 281 E. ELM ST. PHONE HO 5-5564 EVENING HO 2-9152 DISPLAY HOME HO 2-4411 NATIONAL HOMES Is your home insurance as modern as the new home you're paying for? JOHN HEMtV HUNTER 2:00 pm Saturday Funeral Home CUT FLOWERS Floral Arrangomonts Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILtLIS SR. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 6J617 Service* 2:00 P.M. Sunday in the Baptist Church ai Stoning ton. Illinois. Burial in the Hall Cemetery at Slue Muund. In slate at the Chapel from 7:00 P.M. until JU:00 A.M. Sunday. In state fiom noon until .service in the church. Walton Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star services 8:00 P.M. Alton Rebekah Lodge services 8:00 P.M. Saturday. On* policy fillt th« "gap*" in your protection and coven you 4 ways: (1) Horn*—protection againat losses from fire, wind, storm and other hazards. (2) Family Property —fire insurance on your clothing, furnishings, appliances, etc. (3) Theft-insurance against burglary and damage caused by thieves. (4) Liability-protection againat financial liability for injury to others in an accident on your property. Alhtatt't Homtownm Policy brings your insurance up to data. Because it's a package of protection, you pay a lot leas than you would for aaparata policies. You don't have to wait (or your present fire insurance to expire. Whether you own or rant, you can gat a Homaownara Policy to fit your needs. Why not call an Allstate Agent and have him •pell out the details? AUatata Infuraooe Companies. Horot Office*: Skokie, Illinois. May we help you? Seara, Roebuck and Co. BIdg. 309 Plata St., Alton, Illinois. Phone: HOV5511 , You're In good hands with ALLSTATE INSURANCE New! A Way To Get More Roses, Bigger Blooms! The simple (and surprising) secret of more roses is—more leaves/ To keep insects and disease from taking their heavy toll. 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