Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 20
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Friday, July 5, 1968
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ALItMf , mt % m* ENJOYING A WESTERN FOURTH — Gov. Ronald Reagan, wearing western-style outfit, applauds and smites with approval while watching a Fourth of July parade in the Mother Lode gold mining town of Columbia, Calif. Thursday. Youngster standing at Reagan's right Is Peter Clark, son of his executive secretary. (AP Wirephoto) Police Department Flooded With Fireworks Complaints A Kansas man visiting in Alton over the holiday was arrested for discharging fireworks in the city Thursday as the police department was flooded with complaints about firecrackers and other explosives being discharged. At least one man was injured in a firecracker explosion. Alton Fire Chief Warren Grable said at least three fires were attributed to illegal fireworks Thursday. Children playing with firecrackers apparently set fire Thursday afternoon to a shed at .the Frank Thomas residence, 2609 Salu St. Chief Grable said the fire destroyed the shed. Firemen also had to extinguish at least three grass fires Thursday as a result of fireworks. Grable said two of the fires were at Riverview Park, In the only arrest made during the holiday for illegal discharge of fireworks, Lawrence E. Derricott, 38, of Overland Park, Kans., was charged by police Thursday night. Alton Police Patrolman Larry Parks had been visiting at 3308 Sherman St., when at about 6:45 p.m. he heard firecrackers exploding nearby. He went to 3249 Badley St., and identified himself, as a police officer, and told the persons involved that they were violating the law. Derricott was arrested and charged with violation of the city ordinance prohibiting discharge of fireworks. Police Lt. Paul F. Meyers said that the department was flooded with complaints about fireworks. He said that after more than 50 calls had been re corded, the shift commanders stopped writing up reports. In another incident, a 25-year' old Alton man suffered a burn ed hand ort the Fourth when some fireworks exploded before he could get rid of them. Richard Edwards of 2523 Della St., had the lighted fireworks in his right hand and didn't flip them in time to avoid injury. The blisters were treated with medication in the emergency room of Alton Memorial Hospital, Cyclist Slightly Injured In Hit And Run Accident Beryl L. Kinder, 18, of C Reed St., East Alton, suffered rnlnOr injuries after he was pinned beneath his motorcycle Wednesday after it was knocked skidding along the sidewalk by li hit-and-run driver in East Alton. Police said the motorcycle skidded about 78 feet after the car swerved into it. Kinder suffered only abrasions to both hands and knees, and they were not classed as serious by officials at Wood River Township Hospital, where he is a patient. Witnesses said a white 198364 Plymouth swerved as Kinder attempted to pass on the right about 11 p.m. near the intersection of E. St. Louis Avenue and Bowman Street. Police are searching for the driver of the car. Kinder tried to pass on the right after other cyclists he was with passed that way. They told police the car would not allow them to pass on the left. m another holiday accident a bicycle collided with a police cruiser driven by Sgt. Jame! Billingsley in an alley behind Hill Brothers Shoe Store. The Revolver, Cash Stolen From Home EDWARDSVILLE-A handgun and cash were stolen from a Wayside Estates home In a burglary reported to the sheriff's office late Wednesday night. The burglary occurred at the home of Paul Osborne, 60f Mary Drive, from which a .22 caliber revolver and $31 in change was taken. Entry was gained through a kitchen screen window, de puties who learned of the break- in at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday reported. Ill other sheriff's news, six minors were turned over to the county juvenile office after deputies stopped their car on Torch Club Road at 1 a.m., Thursday. Deputies said they found seven sealed beer bottles and two opened bottles in the gar. The six were Identified as: I A, Piopper, U, of Wood Hay Ttwraa*, 19, Don ny, 18, and Cindy GOO* I of Alton; wd Carol 18, of Godfrey. officer said his cruiser braked and stopped but the bike, ridden by Robert Klee, 9, of Sunrise Beach, Mo., was unable to stop and hit a front hubcap on the car. Klee was not hurt, police said. Mrs. Nancy Malson, 1400 Lee St., Cottage Hills, said a thief stole a citizens band antenna and hook-up from her station wagon as she and her husband dined in the Kern Cafe about 1:30 a.m. Loss was estimated at $24. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pullum 212 Ohio St., reported a prowler peering into a window at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday. Shortly before that police were told a prowler was trying to open the front and back doors of a home at 200 Goulding street in East Alton. He was described as tall and thin, wear in a checkered shirt. Police were unable to locate anyone of that description. Grain And Soybean Prices Mostly Off CHICAGO (AP) - Most grain and soybean futures prices declined today on the Chicago Board of Trade. Trade was light in a post- holiday atmosphere. But wheat, corn, oats and soybean oil set seasonal lows. Wheat prices came under selling pressure at the outset of trade. Harvesting of winter wheat was now gaining momentum in Nebraska, floor reports noted. There was some commercial selling of soybeans but trade turned mixed under aggressive Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Monday: Hogs 7,000; cattle 4,500; calves 150; sheep 500. Hogs 5,500; U.S. 2-3 210-240 Ibs 23.00-23.50; 3-4 220-280 Ibs 21.0023.00; sows 1-3 300-450 Ibs 18,2519.75; 2-3 450-650 Ibs 18.00-18.50; boars 15.75-18.25. Cattle 150; calves 25; slaughter steers load and part load choice 1,100-1,125 Ibs 27.25-27.75; cows utility 17.00-18.50; canner and cutler 14.00-18.00; vealers good to choice 26.00-34.00. Sheep 100; not enough on offer to test prices. Produce Prices At St, Louis . ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 29-32, A medium 21-24, A small 13-15, B large 21-23; wholesale grades, standard 19-21, unclassified 18< 19. Hen*: Heavy 1142; ligb* over Ibs8; under S^lbi5; era and fryers processor buying. Soybean oil was weak under aggressive selling but soybean meal showed a tendency to firm up. Oats and rye prices were weak in light dealings. Wheat was % to % cent a bushel lower, July 1.25%; corn was unchanged to % higher, July 1.11%; oats were % to % lower, July 67% cents; rye was 14 to % lower, July 1.0914 and soybeans were % lower to % higher, July 2.65%. Satellite to Help Map Milky Way WASHINGTON (AP) - A 417-pound explorer satellite is orbiting the Earth as part of a program intended to aid scientists in compiling the first low- frequency radio map of the Milky Way. The craft, designated Radio Astronomy Explorer-—A, was sent into an elliptical orbit Thursday, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. It will eventually be thrust Into a circular orbit 8,700 miles high. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the satellite will be operational in about a week. After the satellite reaches its final orbital position, four long antennas will be extended to form a giant "X". These will be capable of receiving ultra-low- frequency radio signals that cannot be received on Eartij. The antennas will each be 7W feet long. 0-1 Stock Swap Option On Sept. 30 TOLEDO, Ohio, July 1 - )wetis • Illinois, Inc., reminded te preferred shareholders today that their option of exchanging Owens-Illinois preferred for common shares of Owens-Corn- ng Fiberglas Corporation will expire at the close of business on September 30. The reminder was sent with the quarterly dividend of $1 payable today to preferred shareholders of record June 7. The basis for exchange is one share of Owens • Corning common for one share of Owens-H- tnols preferred. The company gave shareholders detailed Instructions for-exchanging pre- erred shares for Owens-Corning common shares. Preferred shareholders wish- ng to exchange their shares should send their certificates with appropriate assignments, and usual documentation where required, to transfer agent Marine Midland Grace Trust Company of New York, attention of C. E. Hoos, 140 Broadway, Seventh Floor, New York City 10015. Approximately 485,000 preferred shares are outstanding. Dr. Brown to Join Clinic At Hardin HARD1N — Dr. C. Maxwell (Max) Brown Jr., will join Dr. Bernard Baalman in mid-August in the practice of medicine at the Calhoun Medical Center lere. Dr. Brown, 30 years old, was born in Louisville, Ky. He was graduated with honors from No- xe Damp in 1959, and attended St. Louis University Medical School, graduating in 1963. He did his internship at St. Louis City Hospital and completed two years of residency in internal medic'ne there. He entered the Navy and was stationed 10 months at U.S. Naval Hospital, Corpus Christi, Tex., and 14 months at NAS Hospital, Albany, Ga. Dr. Brown is married to the former Mary Sue Lancaster of Louisville. They have four chil dren. Peavey Promotes Dale Porter Dale C. Porter has been made vice president and general manager of Terminal Operations in Alton, it was announced by C B. Green, executive vice president and director of Termina Operations. Porter began his career with Peavey Co. as a grain mer chandiser in 1962 at Alton. In 1965 he was made assistant gen eral manager there. Porter is a Universiiy of Minnesota grad uate, with three years expert ence in the Air Force. Kermit 0. Bergie was made assistant secretary of Termina Operations in Alton. Goostree Joins Matthew E. Corder. 74, a resident of 1010 Phtoney, died at 6:20 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital where he had been a patient since June 15. Mr. Corder, bora in Mettick, ill., July 2, 1894, was a supervisor in the shipping department of Luer Bros, for 88 years before his retirement when the plant officially closed. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marion Corder, he was married to the former Kizzle Rupe, Nov. 6,1915, in Carlinvllle, who survives. He attended schools and was a member of the Cherry Street Baptist Church. Beside his widow, he is also survived by two daughters, Miss Marjorie Corder, and Mrs. Ipla Mitchell, both of Chicago; four grandchildren; and a sister, «rs. Lucy Sandberg, Jerseyville. A son, Kevan, w» killed in Korea in 1950. Friends may call after 7 p.m. oday at Streeper Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Interment will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Book WHITE HALL - Mrs. Lucy Ray Book, 68, of White Hall, died Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Passavant Hospital in Jacksonville A native of Sullivan, Mrs. C. Springman Development Co. James L. Goostree is now as sodated with the Charles Springman Development Co. and will swve as the company's sales marager and loan consult ant. His act'vities will include advertising, customer relations, fi nancin<? and supervision of sales personnel. 9, L. GOOSTREE Goostree was formerly with Oliver • Coy and International Harvester in sales and customer relations. He Is a past master of the Masonic Lodge, Plain view, HI. holds 32nd degree with th« Scottish Rite, a Shrin er with the Ansar Temple Springfield, IU., Past Noble Grand with International Order of Odd-Mows and a Member of tfee Christian Church, He lives with bis wile and 4 children in Bunkerm Obituaries Corder the Hettick ton, Lincoln and Frederick Bfuns of Alton, Charles and Paul Brims of Godfrey, and Joe Brans of Clear Lake Oaks, Calif four daughters, Mrs. 2 ell a Springmsn, Jefseyville; Mfs. Ethel Grenzebach, Wood River; Mrr Agnes W, firwln, Fleidon: Mrs. Kathryn Booth, Wood River; 47 grandchildren; 62 great - grandchildren; a brother, Joseph Butch Foster, Jerseyville. Three sisters and four brothers preceded her In death. Visitation will begin after 6 p.m. today at Gent Chapel, where 3 u rvires will be conducted by thn Rev. J. W. Jordan at 2 p.m. Saturday followed by burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. The Heart Fund has been designated as a memorial. al services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the . funeral home with the Rev. Theodore Ballmann, officiating, tntfrmeflt will be in the Hardln Cemetery. Simpson LaRoss Mrs. Virginia Lee LaRoss, 49, of 2300 Chantel Drive, died Thursday at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis following a 15-year illness. She had been hospitalized since June 11. Mrs. LaRoss was a member of the Upper Alton Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Joseph; her mother Mrs. Hazel Svoboda; and a brother, Herman Harr of Riverside, Calif. Friend? may call at the Smith Funeral Home from 7 till 10 p.m Mrs. Ruby J. Simpson, «3, of 2799 Beerhmont St., Memphis, Tenn., the mother of Mrs. John Gallo of Alton, died Thursday at Oakvilte Memorial Hospital in Memphis. She h!><1 been in ill health and ad been in the hospital for ive years. She wan the daughter of the ate Mr and Mrs. Albert Shull nd was born April 23, 1905 at helby, Ark. She was preceded in death by er husband Herbert. Survivors in addition to Mrs. ;allo include: a brother Harert Wood of Alton and two Risers, Mrs Eula Tripplett of Alon and Mrs. Luther Tripplett of Memphis. Funeni arrangements are pending at Smith Funeral Home n Alton. Mo., was a member of the Church of White Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with the Rev. Virgil Santee pastor of the Upper Alton JOTS. Dn^K. was tt Hiemucr ui ure "**' r" v «*M/,I««TI« In Roya, "*•- - *Z* 5S1 St TSXi Alton Cemetery. Kettniss Miss Margaret Kettniss, 89 sister of Mrs. Philopena 0' Brien of Alton, died at 3:40 p.m Thursday at Jersey Community hospital. Miss Kettniss, born in Ger many, March 4, 1879, came to the United States as an infant with her parents and settled in Streator, 111. She later moved to Alton, where she was employed as a bookkeeper for the Home Building & Loan Co. For 30 years, she was employed as a bookkeeper in Toledo, Ohio for a plumbing firm. Four years ago she returned to Alton. Only survivors besides her sister, Mrs. O'Brien, are nieces and a nephew. Five sisters and wo brothers preceded her in death. A Requiem High Mass wil be sung at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church' with burial following in St Joseph's Cemetery. Visitation will begin after p.m. today at Staten Chape where the Rosary will recited at 8 p.m. Baptist Hall. She is survived by her husband, George; two sons, George H. Book of East Alton and Kenneth Book of Fresno, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Juanita Garner of Florence, Ala., Mrs. Myrtle Condiss of Springfield, Mrs. Viola Robson. both of Springfield, and Mrs. Evelyn Burk, of Lake Monroe, Fla ; three brothers, Bernie Troutt, of White Hall; William Troutt of St. Louis, and Fred Tmutt. of Salisbury, Md.; iiree grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Cburch in White Hall. In- :erment will be in Pine Tree Cemetery near Patterson. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at Dawdy Funeral Home. Brims -Mrs. Sina Louise Bruns, 82, 1015 E. 6th St., died Thursday at 2:20 p.m at Jersey Community Hospital She had been in ill health since Dec. Born in Jersey County, she was married to Peter Bruns in 1917 in A:ton. Mrs. Bruns was a charter member of the First Christian Church and a member of the Senior Citizens Club. Survivors include seven sons, Harry and Roy Kortkamp of Al- Weigler Funeral The Rev. Henry 0. Moore of ficiated a services at 10:30 a.m. today at Gent Chapel for George E. Weigler, who died Tuesday after an illness of several years. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry Thomas, Bob Hatfield, Dan Keslick, William Erbe, Paul Simms, and Ansel Barr. Davis Funeral Funeral services for Robert (Tode) Davis Jr., 58, who died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital after being in failing health for the last 10 years, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday from the Russell-Anderson Funeral Home, with the Rev. Thomas P. Wright officiating. Burial will be in Alton City Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 6 p.m. today at the Russell-Ander son Funeral Home. Bu siness Briefs Grad in Job Michae' Fettlnger, of Alton, and a 1968 June graduate of Marion S. Chism, retired Car linville restaurant operator, died at 7 a.m. today in Carlinvllle lospital. He had been in ill health for iome time, according to rela ives. In addition to his widow, Dol y, he is also survived by two laughters, Wanda, who lives in lolorado, and Mrs. Thomas 'ormea of Springfield, and a son, Bud. Funera! arrangements are be- ng made at the Weise - Anderon Funeral Home in Carlin- rille. Allen JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lau ra Meitt Allen, of Fairfield died Wednesday at the Game Nursing home where she had resided since February, 1968 Mrs. Allen was the widow o James Allen. They formerly resided in Grafton and Dow She is survived by a son: Frank Merritt of Alton; a daughter, Mrs. Hattie Sullivan of Alton; a half-sister, Mrs Edith Kiehl of Van Wert, Ohio two grandchildren; and eigh great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 p.m today at the Gubser funeral home where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday The Rev. William Turner o JerseyvUle will officiate. Inter ment will be in Alton City Cemetery. Vandaveer GREENFIELD — Miss Har riett H. Vandaveer, 92, last sur viving member of her family and the former librarian a Greenfield Library, died at ! p.m. Monday at Copper Queen Hospital in Warren, Ariz. Miss Vandaveer was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Vandaveer who lived north of Greenfield. Miss Vandaveer had resld ed since 1955 with a niece, Mrs Ross Cain In Tombstone, Ariz Her only survivors are nieces The funeral was held at H a.m. today at Shields Memoria funeral home, Greenfield, with ?H«, ^LSir burial In Oakwood Cemetery in with Merrill, r,r««iifl«iri Ducept HARDIN Ducept, 86, cepted a . Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith Stockbrokers of Monzoe, La., according to the Univerel ty's placement service. Fettlnger, an accounting ma jor, and his wife, Diane, live at 797 Park Drive. Connolly Named Paul L. Connolly, executive __, „„,—„ —, ..„ —„ vice president and cashier of ther of Hardin, and Carl, o .,.* Godfrey State Bank, has accept- Hamburg; seven grandchildren; ated. ed an appointment as a mem- and 10 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Charles Bober-at-large of the Illinois Bank- Friends may call after 2 p.m. main, Everett Richardson, Burl ere Assoc. on Bank Management Saturday at the C.C, Hanks Wittraan, Harry Nelklrk, 104 for tie yew WM», Funeral Home to Hardln. Fuaer- Walter «••— - Julius Edward of Hardln, die Thursday at Sunrise Nursln Home in Hardin. Mr. Ducept is survived by daughter, Mrs. Irene Swarrin CJiism Rttofldes Funeral the tody of Mrs. Antia fi. Rhoades, who died Sunday at AHWi Memorial Hospital aftef an illness of two weeks, was akett to Roselawn Memory Gardens for burial. The ttev. Jack Adams was in charge of ervices at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Marks Mortuary. Serving as pallbearers were Raymond N o 11 e, Charles Rhoades, Richard Gvlllo Charles filledge, William H Knupp, and Harold Halbe. Roberts Funeral Funeral services for Paul Smitty) Roberts, formerly of Wood River, were held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Marks Mortu iry, with Rev. Claude Black Assembly of God Church, Murphysboro, officiating. Pallbearers were Bill Stotard Odis Harrellson, John Jones tack Roberts, Allen Roberts and John Roberts. Burial was in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. Hubbs Funeral Funeral services for Maurice Hubbs, a former long-time resident of Wood River, were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Mehl Funeral Home, Carrollton, with the Rev. Manley Mace presiding. Burial was in Woodland Hil Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Bob Fulton, Maurice Graham Harold Solomon. Jim Thomp son, E. B. Wiley, and Gilbert Jones. Wayham CARROLLTON — Maude A Vayham, 80, a 30 year resident of Carrollton died at 1:20 a.m Thursday in Boyd Memori£ Hospital. She had been in il lealth for 28 years and had been in the hospital for four days. She had been a resident o Greene County for 59 years and was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Thomas Owens. She was born in Kansas Nov. 1, 188! and married her husband Ed ;ar, who survives, March 17 K>9. In addition to her husband other survivors include: thre sons, Thomas of St. Louis; Ed gar of Greenfield and Carroll of Carrollton. A son Kenneth preceded hei in death. Visitation will be held after 3 p.m. Friday in Mehl Funera Some and funeral services wii be held at 3 p.m. Saturday witl the Rev. Phil Pierce presiding Burial will be at the Jalap Cemetery in Kansas, Bowsher Mueller Ftmewii Funeral »rW«S tot ftteA ft. , MfleBer, Hi flW Circle Brit*, Bethaltd, wert held at 11 a.m. Harp Funeral Funeral services for Mrs Opal Harp, 57, of Colorado Springs, Colo, the sister of Mrs Arthur Moore of Alton, were held Monday at Alexander West Chapel in Evansville, Ind. In addition to Mrs. Moore her sister, Mrs. Harp is also survived by a son, Lance Cpl Arthur Loyd Harp who is sen' ing in Vietnam. Wohlert Funeral Funeral services were con ducted at 10 a.m. today for Will iam H. Wohlert Sr. at Morrow Quinn Mortuary, with the Rev James Thomson officiating. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Cecil Sarff, Glenn Mary, Ephr aim Green, Phi] Mathls, Dan Gray, John Gray. Mrs. Frances Bowsher, 73, o Raymond, died at 3:30 p.m Thursday at St. John Hospita in Springfield where she ha been a patient for one day. Mrs. Bowsher is survived b her husband Roy Bowsher; an a son, James of Godfrey; am granddaughter. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hough Funeral Home in Raymond. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First Presbyter- Ian Church at Raymond. Interment 'will be to the Asbury Cemetery. Messick Funeral Rev. Father Martin Bddy was celebrant of a Requiem High Mass at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Wood River, for Michael Messick, who died Friday in Barnes Hospital after a month-long illness. ' Interment was In Woodland 9111 Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Harry Deucker, Kenneth Luckert, Louis Bicker, .Joe Karns, Gary Karns, and Robert Me* sick. Spradlin Funeral GREENFIELD — Mrs. Dellia Spradlin. 92, a former resident of Wavcrly who resided near Greenfif'd with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, William Johnson, died at Springfield Memorial Hospital Saturday where she had been a patient thr*e weeks. Funeral services and burial took pl<t(* at Neece Funeral Home in Waveriy. Tuesday. Welch Funeral Following services it 1 p.m. Wednesday at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, the body of Weidon Welch was taken to val- Ootnaions For Sympathy, for Coacratulauoni or just for love. Flower* are the nicest way of *ay- ln« what you feel, without put tine a strain oa your budget. PH. 377-8439 SMITTY'S Lawn ft Garden Supply Route No. Mfr- Bethalto, HI. Tuesday at the 2ton Lutheran Church, Bethalto, with burial oUowlng in the Zton Lutheran Cemetery. The Rev, Daaiw Brunette was in charge of services. Pallbearers were Lincoln L»w* rence, Gene Cardwell, Ariyn Rienke, John Lucas, Virgil Dust* man, and Vernon Renkea, Chester Funeral Funeral arrangements for Mw, Mary E. Chester, 59, an employe of St. Joseph's Hospital in tte dietary division, for our years, have been complet- . Friends may call after 2 p.m. oday at the Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where Rev, Jamea E. Smith will officiate at aerv- ces at 1'p.m. Saturday with jurial following in Upper Alton Cemetery. Brockway Funeral The body of Kathleen Brockway, who was electrocuted Saturday in a freak accident involving an electrically-charged gas meter, was taken to McClean, 111. for burial in McLean City Cemetery. The Rev. Howard (Todd) Taylor officiated at services at 9:38 .m. Tuesday in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Serving as pallbearers were Gilbert Brockway, Donald Brockway, Ronald Brockway, and Robert Thomas. STREEPtR Funeral Home 1KO Washington Service with Dignity BUSS MABGABET KETTNISS VUlUtion 4 p.m. today Ro«ury 8 pjn. tonit* Requiem Man 0 ajn. Saturday St. Mary-i Interment St Joteph'i Cemetery MISS MART COLBERT Funeral Arrangements Pending Staten Funeral Home! 220 Court Alton 468-8641 44B-7J20 SINA LOUISE BRUNS WQMW* t *u*»« ** v«iv w ft t*» * •** VWM *• V*VI» TT 99 MHlvU W * HI' i, of Nebo, 111.; two sons, Lu- halJa Memorial Park for burial . ......... -_. ~- . -. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Gent Chapel Rev. J. W. Jordan, officiating Burial Valhalla Memorial Park In state at the Chapel after 6 p.m. today ALTON MARY E. CHESTER Visitation 2:00 p.m. Friday Service! 1:00 p.m. Saturday Smith Funeral Home VIRGINIA LA ROSS Vlattation after 7 p.m. Saturday Funeral 1:00 p.m. Monday Smith Funeral Home mwy SIMPSON Arrangement* Pending

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