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Alton, Illinois
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4H.TOK IVKN1NO TILlORAWf Sales Hodjie- Of PtSftftfB CHICAGO /P—A hodge-podge of gains and tosses was presented In grains en the tetrd of Trade today. Dealings never became very active and price changes were limited nttwrtfy to fractions. Wheat was weaker than other cereals, the May and July contracts sinking to new seasonal lows. The market continued to suffer from lack of export demand. Com firmed after early easiness; The Agriculture Department turned down a request by some livestock feeders for offerings of cash Corn at cut rate prices. Old crop soybeans contracts ran Into some early selling; it) sympathy with a decline in soybean meal and oil. Estimated carlot grain receipts of Chicago — wheat 25. corn 295. oats 50, barley ,46, soybeans JOS. CHICAGO K— Cash wheat none. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.60%-61; No. 3, 1.54%-eO; No. 4, 1.49-59'i; No. 5, 3.581/4; sample grade 1.43-49H. Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed 82; No. 2 heavy mixed 81; No. 1 heavy white 82-82!i; ;No. 1 extra heavy white 82!i>; sample grade heavy white 78. Barley nominal: malting 1.35-81; feed 1.25-45. High Low Close Prev.close Wheat May 2.18'% 2.17'i 2.18'i 2.18«i-18 Jly 2.21% 2.20% 2.21'.a 2.21U- 1 ,* Sep 2.25!i 2.241/2 2.35V* Alton Arm Deaths Mi% Delia Mockler She WM born Oct. 14, 1889 in .Corn* wafl, Me. Mrs. Dix Is survived by, besides •• •«_.« Mrti MiHcr> tfifcc otHw daughters, -Mw. Delta , Mr8 . op»i cope, ind M«, Ooldie at nm p.m. 8t M0 five SOTW( Jaffies « • .*.,. - -tJIm »L... OIK "" "«UIO( 1TIU., IITC OUIlBt UalllVa, tnwr restaence, sia. *..-,, u nil fa tn,4 fnffrmt Knn»a« Hlllsbow Ave. | Terre Haute, ma., ciirroro, Kansas Mrs. Mockter, §n employe for 19 years In the county clerk's of* flee, had attended to her clerical duties there Saturday morning. She was born July 14, 1899, nt Collinsville, a daughter of the late Prank and Caroline Knllna. On May 28, 1927, she was married here to John Morkler, who survives, together with a sister, Mrs. James Fletcher of Collinsville. " Funeral services are to be con- i ducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Strmihc funeral home, with burial in Buck road cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m- Tuesday. ' Mrs, Zeta F,.Dix One infS Pllkington's wife, who dfett some years ago, wts the forfnef Berth! Degenhardt. He leaves two daughters and a son, Dec 2.31% 2.30!' 8 2.31% 2.31H-31 Mar 2.35% 2.34 1 / 8 2.35^ Corn May 1.59 ,1.584 1.58 7 /» Jly 1.624 l.Glii 1.62 Sep l.em 1.59*4 1.61 1.59% 1 Dec 1.57% 1.56% 1.57& 1.56% Oats May Jly Sep Dec Rye May Jly Sep Dec ,75?i .74% .744 .73% ,75ft .744 .77% .77 ,.75% .754-75 '.74% .751/4, .77% .74% .77% 1.65% 1.64% 1,65% 1.644-% 1.694 1.684 1.69' 1.68-684 1.72% 1.71% 1.724 1.72 1.76% 1.764 1,76% 1.75% Soybeans May 3.064 3.05U 3.05% 3.064-4 Jly 3.024 3.01 3.024 3.024-02 Sep 2.83% 2.824 2.83% 2.82% Nov 2.744 2.73 2.74 2.734-4 Jan 2.774 2.75% 2,76% 2.764-4 Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS #—Produce and live poultry: Eggs: extras 47-48, standards 4445. unclassified 42-43, no grades 38-40, AA large 49, A large 47, A mediums 44. B large 44. j Butter: 92 score 65-66, 90 score I 62-63, 89 score 61-614. j Butter fat: Missouri, Illinois and; Mrs. Zeta Evelyn Dix, 63, widow of Ezekiel David Dix, who died In an industrial accident in 1927, died Sunday at 2:20 a.m. in an oseopath- ic hospital in Farmington, Mo. Ill City, Mo., CRarlef of St. Louis and Howard and Luther of Alton; two brothers, Otto Brown of Dtelta, Mo,, Ransey and R sister, Mfs, Pearl Lincoln of Bessvilie, Mo., 29 grand* children and four great grandchildren. A son, Homer, preceded her in death two years ago. The body Is at Millers funeral home, Parminglon, where friends may call and where riles will he rondiicicd Tuesday at 2 p. m. In- ierment will be In Hercalarieum, Mo. Mrs. F, Allen Mr«i. Florence York Allen, mother of Mrs. W. C, Scharte, whose husband 11 general manager of arms and ammunition division o Olln Industries at Mamden, Conn., died Sunday In St. Louis. Mrs. Allen had visited frequently in Alton with her son-in-law ' T-W*T> -HI T UH rWOi < "™ h « I J» •PUPI T . fttfani mMUffn FUJI tiw fnirtj « *,!?* £m iiii^ei **j*M*iHl*> Jfcn eiWeie*i *^ *• • •y 5* »Q» 1fi?™»n. All nreTfiwrrS to *ntTWr VNftmf mmimtfi f*Mtf*WI4Mft LLOYO F. mtjMjtt, Cmrff, WOOD fttVBR LOtJtiE— No. 10«». Spt- etai mwtmi Tuenday, April aitt. t o'clock. M, M. dairee. Vuitini hreth- . C. K. CoMlflf^W. M. when thfiv horn nn Mrs, Alma Shirley Mrs. Alma C. Shirley, 46, wife of Fred Shirley of 301 Grand Ave,, East Alton, died at 2:45 p, m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital following a prolonged Illness. She had been a patient 'in the hospital at various times since the beginning of her illness and for the past 10 years, Mrs. Dix, re-! had last entered five days ago. sided in Alton for a time, and In Mrs. Shirley was born April 27, California, before going- to the 1907, at Summervlllp, Tenn. home of a daughter, Mrs. Marie; Surviving in addition lo her htis- Miller in Farmington a year" ago. | band arc two sons, William Strieg- rl, KasLAlton, and Clarence Shirley, Hartford; three brothers, William and Monroe Tomerlin, Wood River, and Leo of Hartford; two sisters, Mrs. Louise Boucher, Wood Livestock Prices at East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, 111. /P — (USDA) — Hogs 12,500; bulk choice 180-230 Ihs 22.75-23.00; several loads mostly uniform choice Nos. 1 and 2 23.10; one load 23.15; most 240-270 Ibs 22.00-75; 150-170 His 21.2,5-22.75: 120-1-10 Ibs 18.2520.50; sows 400 Ibs down 20.2521.00; heavier sows 18.50-20.00; boars 14 t .00-16.00. Cattle 6.pOO. calves 900; few good and choice steers and mixed butcher yearlings 19.50-21.^5; utility and commercial cows 13^50-15.50; canners and cutters 10.50-13.50; utility and commercial bulls 14.50-16.50; canner and cutter bulls 13.00-14.00; good and choice vealers 19.0025.00; individual prime to 28.00; utility and commercial vealers 14.00-18.00. Sheep 650; choice to prime wooled lambs mostly 24.00-25, few lots good and choice downward to 23.00; small lots choice to prime new crop lambs upward to 26.00. Neivs of Stocks Resistance Pulls Prices Upward River, and Mrs. May Lewis, Meadovvbrook, and two grandchildren. Her parents and two brothers preceded her in death. The body is at Stroeper funeral home, Wood River, where friends may call. Funeral riles will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the funeral home. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Elmer U. Nixon ™ »Arkansas points No. 1 55, No. 2 the stock market and pulled prices D.,, Elmer U. (Buzz) Nixon, a former resident of Alton, died Sunday at Versalia, Calif., according to word received by Alton relatives. Nixon, whose father, Robert Nixon of California, was formerly in the plumbing business in Alton, had resided in the west for about 30 years, moving there from Alton, i Nixon was born in Alton and attended the public schools here. He had affiliated with Franklin Lodge No. 25, A.F.&A.M. and had maintained his membership here. The family had resided for many years in the 1500-block of Highland Ave., before going west. ' Surviving in addition to his father are,his widow; two daughters and two sisters, C. G. and Walter E. developed today in Smith of Alton are cousinSi Cheese (Wisconsin): Cheddars 41%-424, twins 424-%. flats 43- well up fi'om their lows. The market was lower on bal- i i- m,. A*-,, j • • ance a "d at one ti mc san k to a ,o,oi/ g T S 42 Vl 3V *' daisl ^i level right around the lowest of 42-424, rmdless prints (current) | 47-474, rindl'ess prints (60 day) 50504. process 41%-42ft, brick 41- Prices ranged from ai'ound a point lower to a point higher with 414, swiss 48-49, nearly cheese 1 j the dovvnside more crowde d. cent less. Funeral rites will be conducted at Versalia, Tuesday. Kathy Snelson An infant, Kathy Sue Snelson, born Feb. 5, was dead on arrival Volume was moderate at an es- at Alton Memorial Hospital, at crosses, barred and whites 31, 000 shares. cocks IS; ducks: white 5 Ibs and up 26, dark or small 20; geese 22; turkeys: hens 34, toms 29-32; guineas 21. reds 30 leghorns 24; roosters: old Improvpment was notcd ln rail . «>M *1O< >•]( t **1rn * ...1. I + AdlWn «*-.;•]' * roads, steels, motors, chemicals, merchandising shares, and in scattered areas of the list. Lower stocks included Studebaker, J. I. Case, American Can, Mclntyre-Porcupine, Consolidated Natural Gas, and Johns-Manville. Higher were Youngstown Sheet With the Rev. Father Anthony | & Tuhe> Mont g 0mer y Ward, Dow Requiem High Mass Is Sung for Nick Beck Schmidt as celebrant of the re- ,to the hospital in the car of Glen D. Moore, accompanied by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Snelson of Maple Park, near Cottage Hills. Deputy Coroner Quinn said the child probably choked to death on phlegm. The baby had a severe cold, he said the parents lold him, MSM18CTS OP PtASA U5BOB~Nn. 87, nut St. The Schades moved last L Mmbie «t the 'staten funeral parlor* summer to Mamden, when Schade i umtitit at IAS to perform the u»t wa* transferred them hv hl« firm ' "*«« tar mir brother, Willlum E. Zim- Mi AhS* iw tSvnillnSTn SiST 1 wh ° P "' Md * W ' y 8 ' U '"" y Texas when she learned of her ' H*roid t,. oibhinn, w. M.^ mother's death and she arrived in St. Louis this morning. Mrs. Allen, who was the widow of Russell Allen Jr., Is survived by n son. Francis York Allen; two daugh-, ters, Mrs, Schade and Mrs. John ptASA LODGE—No!a7, A. T. k A. M. P. Flanlgan, nnd a sister, Mrs. Special meeting Tuesday. April Slst, 7 Ralph W. Coale. I P' «"• Work '" 8nd degree. Visiting The funeral will be held, from the residence, 30 Klngabury PI., Wednesday. Requiem mass will he at 10 a. m. in St. Louis Cathedral after which the body will he Interred in Bellefontalne cemetery. C. a McCleery brethren welcome. Harold L. Olbblns, W. M. FRANKLIN tODO« — No. SB. Staled meetmi Tuesday, April 2l«t, 7:30 p. m. Vuitini brethren welcome. V. B. Williams, W. M. Curtis IT. McCleery, 75. who had followed the trade of a dynamiter for many years, djed unexpectedly Saturday evening at his home, 3250 Charlotte Ct. . McCleery's death, apparently due to a heart attack, was suffered as he was returning home after having visited with a neighbor. On his way home from the neighbors he apparently! had stopped to saw some limbs from trees and it was while thus engaged that he suffered the fatal illness, Coroner Ben F. Staten was informed. McCleery was found by a son, Clarence Ft. McCleery, who resided at the Charlotte Ct. address, and who had gone in search of his father when he failed to return home after an absence that was longer than usual. He was born Nov. 25, 1877 in Pike County and moved to Alton in 1916. He had worked for a number of years for Reliance Whiting. Co., as a dynamiter. Before moving to the Upper Alton area McCleery hid resided for nearly 25 years on Tenth St. His widow, the former Ella Roberts, to whom he was married 50 years, and four children, Mrs. J. H. (Myrtle) Brockman, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Theodore (Virginia) Bartholomew, Bethalto; Virgil C., Godfrey and Clarence R., at home, survive. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Mary Woodhouse, Hannibal, Mo., twa brothers. Cloyd, Alton, and Carl of Rockporl; 10 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren, survive. Funeral rites will be conducted at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday in Staten funeral home. Burial will be in Upper Alton cemetery. Friends may call a.t the funeral home after 4 p. m. today. Miss Mary Budde Rites at St. Joseph's Funeral rites for Miss Mary Budde, 81, who died last Wednesday in Edwardsville, were conducted at! 9 a. m. today in St. Mary's Church with Msgr. J, ,T 4 Brune as celebrant, of the requiem high mass. Father Rrune, nssisl- ed by the Rev. Father Michael; Sheehy of Grafton, officiated at 1 CHAPTER—No. 31», O. E. S. Special meeting Tuesday, April 21, B:00 p. m. Associate Party. !• M)Rt — STRAf Ell — LOST—Blue and white zircon r!n« on (Ferguson avenue, Wood River, Saturday. Reward. 4-1670, 4-3342, STRAYKD—Cocker apanlel. Aniwers to name. "Bullet." If found notify Rev. Luther T. Simmons, 1010 Gross St., or call 2-4183. Reward. LOST—Friday night, glauen In or near K. C, Hall, CarrolRon. Mri. Howard Parker, Jeraeyvllle, Illinois. LOS'T—Wednesday, April IS, 3-month- old setter pup In neighborhood Northmoor, Ramona Place. Reward. Call 2-S923. Mr. Homer Zlgrang. COST—'Truck llce'na* No. B-22488 rear between Jeneyvllle and Alton. Phone Bethalto 5914. FOUND, 2 CACVES—Owner mu»t Identify and claim within 3 days. Phone .1-7462 between 5:15 and 6:30 pm. II NOTICES DON'T FUSS—About the mutf. Get Vina Foam and clean those (oiled rugs. Buck's Paint Store. NOTICE—From this day forward 1 will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 18th day of April, 1053. Henry T. Sego, R. R. No. 1, Jerseyvllle, 111. GARDEN PLOWING—2-2002. MINNOWS • WORMS • GOLD FISH DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS 408 Belle Street. Phone 3-9607 4 A. M. — 10 P. M. DAILY Open Sundays MINNOWS—Worms and tackle. We give Eagle Stamps. Jim Baker Service Station, 3rd and Edwardsville i Road Wood River. STATE LICENSE AND NOTARY SERVICE CHAHLIE CLARK, 605 K. BDWY. CUT GLASS WANTED—Antiques, old chinaware, glassware, furniture, of lamps, iron toy«. 2^3276. NATIONAL LOCKSMITH—Mart Hauhe Keys made for Locks, Safe Openings New Sates 718 Belle 2-0123 KIDBKS RIDE WANTED—To Naval Air Station or vicinity, dally. Dial 4 r 9646. worn 81. twn, . __ orn i no wMnttff of n ontitt, «l 8418 Slate, ATI Tton. NTE-D—Wnite^nnfiin to tune cure invalid woman mid do hoOMWOtk. ijr. 3-747S. 1 _ TELEPHONE SURVRY five openinn for confidential telephone lurvey work, In your own home. Murt Have private line and devote «t lent 4 hour* Otttretf day. and Pte vimii extstwnet pet mit not ntoewaty. Wfiti full to Box »10, ear* Teiegrafn. J MfWJ-Wlddleaged l«ty~to careTor ildr*.ni no heavy work; slay on place. on« 8-.17BO after fl p. m. HcHETARlBS—Several intent in __ attractive local manufacturing. term iitnt or heavy diotation week. Kxperienee desired. Salary ,_.. and up, commcnsurote with ability and experience. Write Box 1140, care Telegraph. Telegraph. PKAcflcAL NUhlB Cfllhnun Nursing Home. Wm. Pros- k8Uor,_Mnrdln, Illinois. ____ A"rJfSR'KS-'-Xnd~ mSifpogtau. Wake over ISO week. Rush name and address. LtNDQN, Watertown, Mass, _ Snd ctMnttl. rtmtmiMf ram Can build ffnd tic tanki, 8-4195. trim top*, f MI Phnnt 4-9349. itimaiw. Haul Ajfif BD KRAUT __-- 1W ft VpBmUtJn A* TTWJ**W *lnd«, Onton WW». fM» LYNN WOOD, 3803 Franw. 3-9TO3 - :t-«lBl. MASONRY CONTBACTttfO — Bfiefc, bloek, tuck pointing and rock l«ym|. Plaster pnlchlni, B. l>. ftWUMnott, --1ST.JL •»" Uriel!. block or rock laying Tuckpmntinf, plastering and rement rinllhmi. Phone S-B408 M M Workman, centractor dARpfcNfl work a specialty, IBur WTO.—IHAbG • WANTED-CURS HELP" $;i(1 per week enliry, plu* lips nn<1 meat*. Mult be nrftt,, rlpflti, willing In work itendy. BRIGHT SPOT DRIVE-IN A lo 8 p.m. No phone calli CEMENT WORK lee us for modern ideaa in Concrete Ornamental Rock At Cement Work*, Ina Roy Wood. Mgr. Dial 3-8774. Bethalto. 4088 COMMISSION SALESPEOPLE MEN OR WOMEN One of the big five hospltalltatlon firms has just inaugurated a monthly bonus system that Is beyond comparison, in addition to regular above-average point of sales commission. We can absolutely prove earnings In excess of $1(10 per week regularly enrn- cd by our men In the past and now a minimum of 1230 per month additional due to this new set-up. There are no strings to this, fellows — let us explain to you why we think this is the finest opportunity for you In the selling field. We are not interested In Inexperienced turn, with no selling background. Apply 2-8 Monday, April 20, see Mr. VanWormer, Stratford Hotel, Alton, 111. SALESMEN SALESMAN OPPORTUNITY! Alton territory open for experienced salesman. Age 93-30. Call on grocery trade. Sell leading nationally advertised products. Car furnished. Expenses paid. $09 a wee'k to ftnrt, Write Box 620. care Telegraph. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN—or lady for Alton and vicinity. Please Write Box 610. care Telegraph. ADVERTISING BOOK MATCHES Full or Part Time Men Make Big Dally CommslMong Right In YOUR community are dozens of business men who not only WANT Advertising Book Matches, but NEED them to increase THEIR Sates. Sell them gorgeous Glamour Girls, Laufh- Qettlng Hillbillies, New Scenlcs, PLUS dozens of other styles. All popular I sl/n«: All With UNION LABEL. FHEE MASTER OUTFIT! SUPERIOR MATCH CO.. 7S64 S. Greenwood. Chicago IB. 111. SALESMEN WANTED—Leader In business farms industry desires additional salesmen for Alton, III., area. Sales experience not essential but helpful. Also accounting background helpful. All replies confidential. Box 840, care Telegraph. NEED 3 SALESMEN FO"R NEW BRANCH OFFICE Our business Is one that provide* our men with a definite future. Selling our products Involves practically no breaklng-in period and a minimum of detail. 5 sales per week will average from $300 to $400 commissions. This is not exaggerated and can .be proven. Even with our newest men. 80% of our sales are made on the basis of no down payment. Dial 4-1111 for appointment. 21 SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE WILL CLEAN OFF LOTS—Rake leaves, haul brush. 4-8437. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE LADY WISHES DAY WORK—1486 Bant 4th street, Apt. 2, Alton, III., after S p, m, | EXPERIENCED LADY—Cleans wallpaper and washes walls. 2-4248. BUSINESS OPPOHTUNmUS RIDERS WANTED—To Granite City, days. 4-9080. ISA INSTRUCTIONS GUITAR LESSONS — Learn to play America's favorite folk instrument. Lessons $1.30. Instrument rented with full credit applying toward purchase. HAYES MUSIC CO. 452 E. Jennings, Wood River. 4-4120 LT. S. CIVIL SERVICE JOBS! Men. Women. 18-90. Start high as $316.00 mqnth. 35,000 jobs open. Experience often unnecessary. Qualify NOW! Write for FFIEE 32-page book showing jnbs, salaries, sample tests, requirements. Box 770 care of Telegraph. 14 MUSIC, DANCING. DRAMA ACCORDION — Spanish and Hawaiian guitar instruction. Beginners' Instruments rented. Royal School of Music. committal rites cemetery. Pallbearers were Lawrence Wardein, William Wilkinson Sr., Frank HELP WANTED—MALE and had been coughing violently, i Sasek, Adam Mann, Clarence The baby was sleeping between the parents, who have four other quiem high mass, funeral rites el Plate R a j] roa d. Chemical, Philip Morris, and Nick- ! children. Mrs. Snelson reported she awoke and felt the babv's arms Mohr, and Walter Schenk. Stevenson Leaves Singapore SINGAPORE !P Adlai Steven- were conducted at 10 a. m. today in TJ. s , government bonds held i and awoke her husband who told I son . left h V air loda - v for Bangkok, St. Mary's Church for Nick Beck, Luer Bros. Packing Co., employe, j market Father Schmidt also officiated at steady In the over the counter I her the child was dead. The father is employed at Larlede Steel Co. An inquest will probably be held committal rites at Valhalla Me- Reichmuth, Robert Joucklm. Se- Tuesday, Deputy Coroner Quinn '-'"—'- 'bastian Sheilein, John Smith and' Ra jr|. Tne body is at Hanks morial Park. Pallbearers were Otto Johnk, Carl 'Louis Aslerol. funeral home, Hardin. THE MUTUAL INVESTMENT FUND . . , is designed to meet the needs of the prudent Investor. It offers him safety of principal and a good yield as well as diversified risk, professional supervision of his Investment and ready marketability. Complete information on all funds available upon request NEWHARD, Coon & Co. MIMMM NIWTODK tTOCK tXCMANQt; «OI FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.—ALTON PHONE 3-5585 IUCENE I. SHULTZ Resident Manager JOHN E. GREENWOOD Registered Representative Fred Hartman Red or Irish Cobbler POTATOES Ooidea Kip* BANANAS -S'ew POTATOES . BROADWAY & MAIN BRIGHTON. — Fred Hartman, 8<4. interior decorator and painter, who had lived in Brighton since 1913, died at his home here Saturday morning. He was born Sept. 27, 1868, in Springfield, and with his parents, moved to Qentralia at an early age. He later moved to St. Louis and to Kdwardsville, where on Nov. 9, 1898, he was married to Mary K. Schafer, who survives. Mr. Hartman retired eight years ago when his health failed. He was a member of the Presbyterian Churrh and of its board of trustees for a number of years; also of Hibbard Lodge, A.F. & A. Ml, which will conduct rites at the Warner Funeral Home today at 8:30 p.m., members to meet at the Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. Besides his widow, Hartman is survived by a daughter, Mrs. | Grace Boehler, Brighton; • son, Kdward Hartman, of Missouri; a sister, Mrs. Bertha Heed, of Cen- Thailand, after a three-sveek tour of Malaya. The former Democratic presidential candidate, now touring the Far East, plans to spend three days in Thailand and five in Burma. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in June, IBSII, is the Claim Date in the estate of Harris Smith Weld, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 6th day of April. 1BS3 RUTH DEMUTH WELD. Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, ProhatV Clerk JESRE J. MIDDLETON, Attorney. April 13. 20. 27 ANNOUNCEMENTS * CARP OF THANKS "_"_ ELMER COLE—We would like to take this mean* of thanking all our friends, neighbors and relatives who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rev. Wm. Bohn, the singers, Staten funeral home, pallbearers, thote who sent cards, flowers, or assisted in •ny way. Mrs. Elmer Cole. Sons, Daughter and Family IN MBMURIAM .. | • .1 lt-l» * FT H«Bi • » UK I|UWBI • WJWl Ltralia; tnree srandchildren, and And Je»u» is the light five great-grandchildren. ' "" " '"" ' Friends may call at the Warner funeral home until noon Tuesday when the body wil' be taken to the Presbyterian Churrh for rites at 1 IN MEMORY—Of our dear mother. Margaret Unverzagt, who pawed away one year ago, April 19th: Oh how oftrn she comet before us, Her dear face both sweet and new, Retting now in peace with Jesut, How our heart* still bleed for >ou. As we stand before her picture, And look upon her smiling face, We realize the is gone lorever, To that happy, gloriou* placr Where there are no dark shadows To dim the heavenly light, Where the flowers bloom forever. i W* know there is no more tuffenng. In that home so bright and fair, We long to be with you, dear mother, In that beautiful home up there. Sadly mused by Children A. Pilkington Arthur PfWdngton. hroth^r-fn-lavk of B. F. Degenhardt and Alliorl bofjcnhardt. of Alton died las) week in Mobile. Ala. His body will I* brought to Alton and taken lo Slaton Funeral Home. Tuesday. Burial will be in Si. Patri< k's CYin- ciery Wcdjritsday. Sliort kervirc.s al p.m. at the funeral homr < on- ducted by Msgr. Sloan, will pre- cde the committal riles. Requiem ma** was read in Mo- WEAR AND TEAR—That awful tic type Glaxo. 8«aU out soil. Buck's Paint Stoig. In St. Joseph s WANTED—Young man between age of 21-30. (Ex-Serviceman I to train for dairy plant work. Dressel-Young Dairy Granite City. III. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC JOBS High pay to $14,000. Fare paid. Alaska, So. Am., U. S., etc. Stamped self-addressed envelope brings reply. Foreign Opportunities. Waaeca, Minn. _ WANTED—Experienced furnltureTmover. Dial 4-6861 between H and R p. m. FOREIGN Employment Construction Work. If Interested In foreign project* with high pay, write Foreign Service Bureau, Box 205, Metuchen, New Jersey. JOBS~6PEN~ IN" UTS -~S<v Am~. "Europe". $3.000 to $12,000. Travel paid. Write Employment Information Center, Room :i22. 316 Stuart St.. Boston EXPERIENCED- Tnick "driver" wanted! Good opportunity for riKht num. Call in pemon after 11:110 a. m. A Hun Dottle Gns Co., God£rey Rd. BOY—Under 21, steady grocery work: no experience necessary. References required. Reply Box 600, care Telegraph. _ _ WANTED- Young ~man to do general store work. Apply Schwartz Furniture Co., Wood River, 111. Sea Bill Thompson COMBiNATJON -New " and uled car salesman; automobile experience preferred, but other selling experience, acceptable. Apply in person. Walz Motor Co.. 1000 East Broadway $75.00" PER WEEK GUARANTEE PLUS BONUS One of the fastest progressing companies in its field will have a representative interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. Age 21-;).*> 2. Own automobile In good condition 3. Willing to he away from home Monday through Friday. Home every week end 4. High school education 9. Available (or Immediate employment TRAINING. No experience Is necessary. Thorough training U given by company and pay begins with training. Apply In Person TUESDAY. APRIL 21 }0 a. m. to 3 p. m. MR STEWART Illinois Stale Employment Service Alton, Illinois It HEU» WAN'TED— tEMAH WOMAN To stay on place General housework And cooking Private home. References. Belleville. Ill Write Box B:iO cure Telegraph i WANTED -Experienced wullreVo Apply Northside Bwe«t Shop. 2H04 Sl.ile WANTED WOOlJ~SP6TTER~*" WOOL FINISHER MILTON ROAM CLEAN JCRS_ 2-B2:il _ CAf)Y To" care "for""2 "children while parent* work i dajs pei week Call 2-0426 FOR SALE—Lack of help forces me to offer for vale my 4-room modern home amall grocery, service station and workshop, located on highway in fast growing- neighborhood. 3 acre* o ground, pond, other outbuildings. Nea school and church. Write Box 530, care Telegraph » DRCORATTNO 'LOOR BAD — And reflnlshln}. Interior painting. Reasonable rate*, for free estimates dial 3-6514 or 3-3230. NTBOTdft * MeTfRtar PAfNTtNtU Property and workmen Insured. Union work. Free estlmnte. Bethalto Pnlntlng It houae; two ehtldrtn. Rifertnoa, FOR BALA—NOTth An trict. atort building, ment uaitaira. Wrltt Teiegrapn. _ FAHMB ft Oecoratlnt. Phone 34B1 itTfERTOR and fc^TERfoft PAtNTiM6 nnd decorating. 9-3141 — 8-0871. fNtERidff'A UXTBttWM PAtNfmo- Paper hanging. 4-B030. _ BO-ACRE rARM—90 RtflM acres in cultivation, 8 house, good barn, would con "« INTERIOR • BXTERIOR DECORATING —Plastering, patch plaiterlng, removing wallpaper. Free estimates. Dial 3-6864 KAlHO * f V KKPAlRINO AtT6Cl<S~&~WlLKlNSQN Radio and Television Service 127 W. 3th. Roxana We ror.vert to U. H. F. Open 9 to 9, except Saturday, B lo 9 100 ACREd—improved, cainoun Oood combination, well located fit n room, nttaehed garafe, 3 acres 8 miles from Shell Also vacant lot* M. H. HAHPOLB—4-8321 J7lF~cbN^*R'fiifis—For Admiral, Zen- Ith, Wcstlnghotuc. Channel 54, Installed $13.08. Wllcox Radio and Television 2Qt3 State. Alton. Dial 3-7442. FOSTERADIO-TV—SERVICE 2-0442 Robert L. Potter—North Alby Road Conscientious Courteous . Reliable RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 i. BROADWAY - 3-9411 SEVEN MEN tO SERVE YOU ROBERSON RADIO it TELEVISION SERVICE 2011 State, Alton. Phone 9-4213 GUARANTEED SERVICE RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE-rWe make night calls. Work guaranteed. Ebbler Electric, 8818 State. Ph. 3-7888. ill i STORAGE — MOVING ~ FOR fijlCK MOVING Phone 1-7830 8-8240 8-7484 PRES BELCHER MOVERS AGENTS FOR VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES iMa6 quick moving of stoves, refrigerators, pianos, trunks, boxea, or what have you'' A,l«o storage. SMITH BROS. MOVING LOCAL — LONG DISTANC , DIAL 4-6561 IB W. Ferguson, Wood River USED FURNITURE BOUGHT At SOLD McCOY TRANSFER CO. FREIGHT CALL 3-7701 FOR THE ANSWER TO YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS H. A: NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STREET OR ACROSS THE CONTINENT LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 1828 Wnslhngton Ave Dial 2-266S FOR s A LIT or TRADE—8-iefc farm. miles south of Carllnvltle. 8 team modern house, good outbuildings and water supply; all weather road. Dali JIhroyer, R. R. No. 7, Carllnville. 120-ACRE FARM—For rent or"~«ili. Greene county, v t under cultivation, Must have own farm equipment. Call 2-70S4. GOOD aO-AcSff FARM—A iKUW nwth- eaat of Jerseyvlltt. All rock road off Route 67. 17 acres tillable. Good .sprint on rest, smoke house, and other buildings! wired for atove, Good five room house. Can be bought on contract fiMO Fine level small farm. MOURNING REALTY CO. C. FOR SALE OR .,, 44H acres, Vh miles NOfth Bethalto, «H g ood oil road, B acre* patttiM, MlMtof i cultivation. .Part bottom, 8 room modern home. Oood barn, other mil Huildingi. New ftricinft. Ideal f« industrial worker or retiring* coupleY Will consider trading for town rcli* dence. JOHN BERIOAN REALTOR 4-6814. After 8 f. M. Cnappeil", 3-MM 800 W, Main * LOT 125 x 100 (Possible 2 lot"' ONLY $1900 CLEM NOLL AGENCY Office Ph. 3-6821. Evenings 2-8484; LOTS FOB SALfc LARGE LOTS—«1930,f080, |4JO. CIOM to achoola and mil. Terms, R1BHLAOINCY a>77a j.87f7 _ 8-8M9 LOTS FOR BALK—6n i block wttt of State 8t Ham O. Wlokenhauaer. JOB'S HILL—Large i lot—70,. x ers—water—gaa—for brick* down-flS monthly—price $1289,, FRANK. YODER. REALTOR 44113 0V 4*4627 j. LOT FOR SALE—fluiilio', In tfbrtH AltOlt district, near ichdolr and ttanaporta- 41 SLEEPING BOOMS SLEEPING ROOM—Near Glass works; private entrance. 3-9298, 2 SLEEPING ROOMS—Working men preferred. Phone 2-.1318. SLEEPING ROOM—One or 2 ladles or couple. 401 East Third. tion. price $800. Clyde BeilenHth,'Alton P. O. Box, 7L Phone Portage D«a «IO»J*, Mo.,..9377;:,,,V •" ' -.. ' --' M ' , •aoBMTCHI^^^^^^^ "NATIONAL 3 AND 4 BI $17W to «33L Many models equipped with ill* bath. Bendlx aptometlo waaher and dryer, aHtc (an, kitchen fan. Located 1 Mil* north of Alton on the Godfrey road. FURNISHED DISPLAY HQUU •< OPEN SUNDAY v 3:30 to 4:30 RALPH H. LADD EdwardaVlfle 4lM LARGE — Attractive sleeping room; single, double. For employed lady. 2-8.160. WE ARE LOOKING — For middle-aged man who Is dependable, willing to work and who is looking for a permanent position wHh an old reliable firm handling nationally advertised products. Future secured with profit- sharing plan. Group life insurance and ' hospitalization. Want outdoor man who likes to meet and sell the retail trade. Large commission with extra bonus commission on specialty itemis. No ex- ipcrlcnrc necessary iff we train you. Local territory available. Box 520, care TeJeRrnph CAFE BUSINESS'" E. ALTON BUSINESS AREA GOOD BUY AT $3900 Excellent business opportunity (or someone in a clean, like new building, In good condition. Fully equipped to start right In and nidlie a goo'l inronie. CLEM NOLL AGENCY Office: :«W.!. I- .•iii',: 2-B4B4 RESTAURANT >OR SALE — By owner, reasonable, doing good business. Call 1:30 ro 5; 3-9787; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., 3-7403. HEAVY STEEL "SAW MILL "FOR SALE Tom Fltzgibbons. Route U7. 2-9057. __ S ER vTCiT~SfA~TION —For lease In Ed- wurdsvllle, III. Only necessary to buy ntork and equipment. Low rental. Doing nice uHllonage. Ph. Sterling 2211. Mr Brnwn. WOOD RIVER" MAUTY "SALON";For sale. Excellent buslheiis. 3 rooms available at rear of shop. Call 4-8277 or 3-1)073. NICE QUIET SLEEPING ROOM — For gentleman. Phone 2-7178 after 6 p. m. SLEEPING ROOM — With privilege of 'lichen. 1030 Union, on bus Una. 2-3970 FRONT ROOM—Modern, cloae in, private entrance. 409 E, 4th. NICE CLEAN SLEEPING ROOM — For <|rl. 311 Hettpy St. 2-7471. LARGE .SLEEPING ROOM—Close to bus, for one or two ladles. 2-4378. SLEEPING HOOM^For rent, close to downtown. Telephone privileges. Gen- tIcman. 408 Eaaton. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM — Private entrance. 1834 Jersey. 2-8851). ONE SLEEPING ROOM—For gentleman. 017 Alton St. Phone 2-4078. SLEEPING ROOM—In refined home. 2-8227. 1700 State. 48 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 2 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — 4-5806. 430 Ferguson, Wpod River. FOR RENT—3 unfurnished'rooms, available April 25th. Wired for electric stove. Phone 3-81S8. 4ft APARTMENTS FLUTS 2 & 3 ROOM— Unfurnished -modern apts. Available May 1st. Inquire Manager's Apt. No. 7, Acton Apts, 37 East Acton, Wood River. "" ___ _ __ TWO- fio"b'M~UnfurnTan"ed" apt. RESTAURANT A good going businesn on Route 140 In Cottage Hills. Thin is an established business with god possibilities for drive-in. Stock and fixtures reduced to W200 LEONARD DANIEL AGENCY OFFICE 4-<;r>:;! A. D MII.RS . . '1-"0. SERVICE STATION & CAFE Small garage; :) rooms living quartet t, all stock and fixture* $.V>00 4 mil™ north of Pearl nn Route 10U Better sec this CAUL J. W. ALLF.N--4-B4II4 BURNS A CO :t-B42l BUSINESS SERVICE" ** — TAU-OKINU COVERED BUTTONS - Bel t» and but" tnnholes. 24-hour service Central Sewing Supply Co.. 14 W Broadway Dial _____ __ _ _______ _ SLiF~COVERS— And draperies expertly made; free e»t trrmtes It samp les. 4-8248 WANTED— Wwhlnji" and ironings. Call IRONINGS Call after ___ _ _ __ _ 2 t'/NFURNISHED "ROOMS" --"Wli-ed for electric stove, lights and water fur- nlshetl Adults only rt-Dlsn. ;i ROOM APT. : TTpiilairV" Privale"~"bath", hcut find water furnished. Adults. 721 Ea»t_6th. APT. FOR RENT- -$4S? Ciose~to Western. Dialj»-3954. _ __ __ ___ FOR RENT— 4~room "apt. S80~"per "mon'fhT Lights and gas furnished. 812 Park Drive. Ph£ne_ 4-1243^ _ _ _____ TWO --"Large "unfurnished basement rooms; utilities furnished. Private entrance. Children welcome. Phqne 2-2409 $35 month. _ __ :r"RC^"M~APT7— CoupleT" private, close in. Refere ncea._2-B516. _ __ 2""UWURNlSH'ED~ROOMS-~Near bus line. Reference* required. Call after 6 p._m. :i-80S3._ _ __ __ __ 4~ROOM "MODERN""--" Unfurnished" apt Adults only. Pit East 4th. 8-380B. 4g ______ KUKNISMEU APABTMBNTII __ 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—Kor rent. Call «:il Ea*t_Pourth St. _ __ __ __ TWU KURNISHEb-RObM APT" - "Heat. lights, gut. hut water. Oath, refrigerator. Adults. Appb; 204 Henry.^7331. FOR RENT--3 room furnished apt. Heat and rooking gas furnished. Good location. Inquire^ 810_Eaiit 7th. _ ____ 3 NICE— Large furnished room*. 413 Ea»t 01 h _ _______ NICELY FURNISHED~-3 room apt. Private entrance and bath. Adults only. 3-3712 B|THALTO 911 Lincoln. 4 room home! ntdely aee^- orated. Kitchen cabinet*." full ba**- ment, garage. Lot BO'xiaO'. Bxtra lot availabfe. Price . !,.;..........W880 LEONARD DANIEL AGENCY' OITICE ....,, 4-B031 A,. !»,. MIMS*. . ,.4-9038 BEAUTIFUL 0 ROOM HOME—Dougjaa St. area. Fireplace, knotty pine Playroom, lovely corner lot, garage, $16,800 RIEHL AGENCY 2-7722 3-877%, 2-30S9 , _ WASHINGS"""* 4::»0. 2-4787. 8! BrsiNKSS_A\NOl NftMtN'TS WATKR WELL DRILLING" N«-w" outfit. _ : Guaranteed service Orient Drilling Co., 2 ROOM MODERN Furnished apt. PH- 3 ROOM -Modern furnished apt. Private entrance, but line Adult* only. 939 Madison. Wqod_River. 2 LARGE KURKISHED ROOMS — All modern: no children. 104 Herman. East Alton 4-4ttU2. Jersiiyvine. 2B75 W4 FLAGSTONE" BUILDING' STONE—And v«te entrance, close tu tchooli and but. a-uina. driveway rock GILLENWATBR Di«l 2 RbOMS'FURNrBHED-All modern, ex- 3-830B , cellent location. jUt) Ea>t Third. •i ROOM" APT.—Private entranco 3-8083 RED & WHITE SANITARY SERVICE HQI 8K* KltMT . . Q .. , __ ¥»•*«»•• «*r*M » W9f% * ll«> •WIU* Ifnif, » ^»-" p.m. Dy tne UCV. tsennetn Bower, can't h«rm linoleum coatad with pla*- WOMAN For gena'raT" housework and pastor. Interment will be in Valley "' " """'" "' ' ' View Cemetery, fcdwardsville. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS "- CjTv e » WANTED Cleaning woman, experienced help to problem drinker! OiaJ 1-7228, Referenct-a/ 2-0883 or write P Q. gag tOT - .«_.---..—.— = ~ WE SPECIAtJil''W BIRTH CCBTIF1CATBS tOfl Eaiit Broadway. Phone 3-«32l Vault* cleaned, day or night. Wood Hivei 4-80t>2 or 4-348.^ TREE SERVICE cooking, o'j duyt ; 3 children. Phone Have your trees trimmed now Free •• •niirnate We devote our full time lo tree »crvice Phone 3-4840 or 4-3070 M c LOVE. Tree Service _ __ Se^p"" TarTk" and Outside 6 ROOM MOD"fRN HOME-With g»rd«n Call P'°L P J}9'}* .?^?** 8AL«—Colden Bule C'las* College Avt. Pr»»byten»n Church Thursday. April 23 MEMBERS of Greenwood Lodff Odd lelluwk runerul Mrvice for Wm O held Monday evening *t GIRL or LADY Wood River area. *Uy with 2 «-liool age children Call 4-427} •fter 5:10 WANTED White woman tu car* fur 8-> ear-old girl twite houteuurk Call between 5 .10 and Q.'-jO p rn 2-Bl~>.> DENTAL ASSISTANT WANTED Writ* Box 'W uic Telegraph, ttuting me experience <md education WANTED White girl, general housework and cooking go home nights Two, Middlelown Will* Box .M'U. can Telegraph DEMONSTRATORS. Part.v Plan Nvlon Lmgeiii. t'liildicn » Wt-ui lluaicly t>4 bl> le.s Gieiit fciriiingb Exi'l^^i^-c tcrri- tur> We ttarl >«u THOCitRbtN Wil ('OR RENT or LEASE-New home in choice location. Available June lit. 4 rooms and bath down, can sublet 3: loom furnuhed apt upstairs Private enlidncM and b#th Boy 640, care Telegraph. FOR RENT—3 room unfurnUhed house, near town. Adults only. Call 7 a. m. to 9 p. m 4-2«5 CARDENDALE ^^ 4 room home near high school. Wired for stove, electric water neater. L*rge lot with plenty of garden (pace. Price , 19800 . LEONARD DANIEL AGENCY OFFICE 4-8031 •* A. D. MILES . . .4-9038 UPPER ALTON 5 ROOMS—Large living room-with fir*- • place. Can be used a* 3 bedroom*. Attached garage, gat beat. Vary • nice. Hardwood noon. Paved atraat. Close to 2 buse* and school*. - ' NORTH ALTON VERY NICE 8 ROOMS—Large living room, fireplace. May be used a* 4 bedrooms. 3 car garage. On bus route. Close to schools. Price 916,800 CARL OR VIOLA TUETKEN , 3-5005 HARRY DREW AGENCY—8-188* OR 8 : 0*18 MIDDLETOWN, 6 ROOMS $11,500 4 down and bath; 2 up. Perfect condition, beautifully decorated, gas beat, screened porch, storm window*, t MRS. VERNA C. RICCS After 5-72-3238 or 3-3884 HEMPH1LL AGENCY UPPER ALTON 5 rooms and den, very large kitchen, 3 bedrooms, tile bath, full basement with stoker heat. Houst 5 years old and in perfect ton* dition. Insulated, combination srorm windows and doors, Venetian blinds, corner lot with fenced back yard. Convenient to schools and bus. Price $12,600 R. H. HESSENFLOW, Realtor 4-3893 Evenings Dial Andrieta Henderson _ „ 4-3517 __ ALTON REALTY COMPANY 613 E. Broadway. 2-2222 ' 4-room, enclosed por(>h, ga* furnace, large level lot, Wallace 8t ssaoQ 4-room modern block house; full bath, insulated, garage, lot 371x100. Seminary Road $7409 JOHNSON 3-8284 MOORE .. 2-1742 ~WOOO RIVER Better see this one quick—» large room bungalow, garage. Everything U nit*, floors, basement, yard and nelgh- feorhood. Ju»t g nice, clean, comfortable home priced to tell quick- fltJOO GLAZEBROOK .AGENCY XUfNONJOHNSON 2*33JW_ FOR 8AUE - By owner, hew'* (MM brick, garage attached. Billon area, Call a-TJQ4 _ LINCOLN BRt'NN, According Sec>. EXPERIKNCKD WAITRESS WANTED We<J«e Cafe. o'xJ t.^i BjodiJiva/. CESSPOOLS and Septic lanks pumped <*nd repaired Dial 4 3251 or V> llilS BLOCK LAYING C'hunnos tut'k pomteil $iu up Coovreie wurk <>l all kinds, jaid wurk. Dial 4 TUBS alter S p m CA RJPKNt'Rr REHA IRS -Block" laying electrical wurK ^t-wer repairs, con crele work Dial -1 !i01)l WILL CUT TRKEii DOWN-"-Top tree*. awa> 4-B437. ROWLAND REFRIGERATION SEIVICE 117 CiERSl'N $1500 DOWN 215 WHITEUW, W.I. t room compi*tfly modMn ba»»m»nt, oil heat. «Wf. 1*111 « _ H UNISHKO BAST ALTON --" »"' Kirm«to«d rooflu. 4-M88 .SMALL t ROOM HOUSE - furoUW ! GDBSOW «T— Call 4 aUHi i room —--•—- <• WILL SUU-LE/iSE-My V room "hoin* for Juiit Julv and AUKUiit. Reasonable rent ClulUrcn dc-ce0i«d. Write T J Fitzsibboii, R _^_No^8, AI too. 111. WANTED' Middiettfed covEpU to >h*r* home with eldtrly "" located Near bu$ ftux :>70. c*r« TtltlflQb for 101 2-6335 of 3 3514 H>inpJiill VI L _ *>1 _ -_„_ brriCE BPACK »'O* BW}¥--«* to per tuootb 1ZJ - 1J7 W- Tbtf4 &'• 8797. t

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