St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri (2024)

1 4. AD INDEX The numbars in the index below refer to the classification number and not the page number. All Classifications Numbared and Appear in Numerical Order, Service Classification Number Announcements Bids and Proposals Wanted 286 Business Directory 38-74 Business Opportunities Business Death Notices Directors Meetings. 284 Education 75-78 Financial 282 Fishing, Vacation, Picnics Fraternal Notices Legal Notices 283 Loans 281 Lost and Found 17-18 Personals 23 Small Loan Companies 280 Special Notices 26 Stockholders Meeting 285 Swaps Employment Employment Agencies 85-87 Help Wanted: Men, Boys 82 Help Wanted -Men, Women 82A Help Wanted: Women, Girls 88 Partners 90 Salesmen Wanted 83 Salesmen, Saleswomen Wanted 835 Saleswomen Wanted 89 Situations Wanted 80-81 Real Estate for Rent Apartments for Rent 111-112 and 117 Business Property for Rent 120 Flats for Rent 113-114 Farms for Rent 157 Hotels 110 Houses for Rent 115-117 Office Space 121 Resorts for Rent 127 Rooms, Board 96-104 Suburban Property for Rent 117 Wanted to Rent 125 Real Estate for Sale Acreage 145 Apartments for Sale 147 Business Property for Sale 149 Deeds of Trust 140-141 Farms and Farm Land 158-162 Flats for Sale 147 Houses for Sale (St. Louis City) Hunting Grounds 155 Investment Property 150 Loans on Real Estate 142 Lots for Sale 148 Money Wanted 143 Real Estate Services 144 Real Estate Trade 150-T Real Estate Out of St.

Louis 161 Real Estate Wanted to Buy 153 Resorts for Sale 129 St. Louis County Farms 159 Timber Lands 156 Suburban Property for Sale 145 Things for Sale Air Conditioning Equipment 214 Aircraft 215 Animals 200 Antiques 217 Aquariums and Fish 213 Auctions 219 Automobiles 170-185 Baby Gifts and Children's Sup. 220 Bicycles and Motorcycles 221 Birds for Sale 211 Boats and Motors Books Building Material 227 Cameras and Supplies 229 Clothing 231 Coal, Wood, Fuel Oil 233 Dogs and Cats 202 Farm Machinery and Supplies 235 Fans 214 Fishing Hunting Supplies 237 Good Things to Eat, Produce 238 Heating Equipment 241 Horses and Vehicles 205 Household Goods 243 Household Goods Wanted 244 Jewelry and Diamonds 245 Lawn Mower Sales and Service 240 Machinery 247 Power Tools 247-P Miscellaneous for Sale 251 Mobilehomes, Travel Trailers 180 Musical 253 Piano Tuning and Repair 257 Poultry and Supplies 209 Rabbits, Monkeys, Pet Stock 207 Radios and Televisions 258 Seeds, Plants and Trees 261 Sewing Machines 262 Stamps and Coins Store, Office Equipment Toys LOW RATES FOR WANT ADS Rate per line Dally. Sun. TRANSIENT Lu Times consecutive) 76c or 10 Times (consecutive) the price 6 Times.

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6-GRAVE LOT? Sunset Burial park. PR 6-0262. 6 LOTS: Laurel Memorial Gardens. $750. Call IV 7-4206.

FLORISTS NETTIE'S FLOWER GARDEN Open Mon. through Thurs. 8-6, Fri. 8-8. Sat.

8-5. Closed Sundays 3801 S. Grand PR 1-9600 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 8 CROGHAN KINEALY CH 1-1190 KRIEGSHAUSER MORTUARIES WEST 9450 Olive Street rd. WY 4-3322 SOUTH 4228 S. Kingshighway FL 1-4320 ALBERT H.

HOPPE MORRELL JE JAY B. SMITH 7456 MANCHESTER ST 1-1115 STROOT-CARROLL 4600 Natural Bridge EV 1-0341 MOYDELL'S Mississippi and Allen. PR 2-0402 KUTIS FUNERAL HOME 2906 GRAVOIS PR 2-3000 CLARK (NEW) FUNERAL HOME 7400 PAGE PA 1-3950 MONUMENTS 10 ROSEBROUGH MONUMENT CO. West Florissant 5-7766. 6424 Chippewa FL 1-4300 FRATERNAL NOTICES 13 ODD FELLOWS ST.

LOUIS LODGE No. 5 1.0.0.F. Members please assemble at CALVIN F. FEUTZ Funeral Home, 4828 Natural Bridge, Dec. 19, 8 p.m.

Odd Fellow services for our late Brother and Past Grand RAYMOND W. NORRIS Hal A. Hamilton, Sec'y Frank T. Decker, N.G. MASONIC NOTICES BEACON A.F.&A.M.

LODGE NO. 3 Members, please assemble on Sunday evening. Dec. 19 at 7:45 p.m. at CALVIN F.

FEUTZ Funeral Home, 4828 Natural Bridge, to conduct a Masonic Funeral Service for our late BRO. RAYMOND W. NORRIS Visiting brethren welcome. T. KENNETH BUTCHER, W.M.

DEATHS 14 Achelpohl Alfred H. Achelpohl, St. Charles, Dec. 17, 1965. dear husband of Ethel Achelpohl (nee Somerton), brother of Mrs.

Anna Amann. Funeral service Dec. 21, 1:30 p.m. ARTHUR C. BAUE Chapel, 620 Jefferson St.

Charles. Interment Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery. Veteran World War I. Allen Marion C. Allen (nee Woods), Dec.

14, 1964, beloved mother of Dr. William E. Allen our dear grandmother and cousin. In state at GATES Mortuary, 4107 Finney Dec. 19, from 2 p.m.

to 9 p.m. Funeral from St. James A.M.E. Church, 4301 St. Ferdinand, Dec.

20, 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Peters Cemetery. In lieu of flowers make donation to American Cancer Society and the Tuberculous Health Society of St. Louis.

Arndt Mabel L. Arndt, Dec. 16, 1965, beloved daughter of the late George and Alvina Arndt (nee Berlemann), dear sister of the late Florence Pollihan and Elroy Arndt, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and greataunt. Funeral from CALVIN F. FEUTZ Funeral Home, 4828 Natural Bridge Dec.

20, 10:30 a.m. Interment New Picker Cemetery. Baer Joseph Baer, Thurs. Dec. 16, 1965, formerly of St.

Louis, at Los Angeles, husband of the late Rose Baer, dear father of Mrs. Belle Curry, Mrs. Edith Solomon, Mrs. Jean Spar, Mr. Saul (Sunny) Baer and the late Ben Baer, dear grandfather.

Funeral at Los Angeles, 1 p.m. Dec. 19, Baldwin Harry Baldwin, 8608 S. Grand Dec. 16, 1965, beloved husband of Ruth Baldwin (nee Buehre) dear father of Rose Ann Pixley and Dolores Smith, dear brother Julia Cope and William Baldwin, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, brother-in-law, uncle, nephew and cousin.

Funeral from TED FENDLER Funeral Home, 7420 Michigan at Koeln, Dec. 20, 10:30 a.m. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Bartels Arthur F.

Bartels of Tyler, asleep in Jesus, Dec. 15, 1965, 6 p.m., beloved husband' of Edna Bartels (nee Carson, dear father of the Rev. Wesley A. Bartels and Mrs. Ruth Cunningham, dear brother of Otto Bartels, Mrs.

Esther Voss and Mrs. Viola Paul, our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, grandfather, uncle and cousin, in his 69th year. Body will lie in state at BEIDERWIEDEN South Side until 11:30 a.m., Funeral Home, 3620 Chippewa Services same day 1:30 p.m., at Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 765 Lemay Ferry rd. Interment National Cemetery. Begeman Miss Emily Begeman, Dec.

9, 1965, Vienna, beloved sister of Mrs. George Stapf (nee Begeman), and Mrs. Otto J. Moser (nee Begeman), dear aunt, grand-aunt and greatgrandaunt. Interment private, St.

Matthews Cemetery. Berg Anna E. Berg (nee Wegener), Dec. 14, 1965. dear mother of Frances M.

Saas, sister of Armanda Preiss, Clara K. Heege and the late Wilhelmina Kergo, Lena Kingsbury. Harry, Gus and Herman Wegener, sister-in-law and aunt. Private funeral services were held Dec. 17, PFIZINGER Mortuary service.

Berlo William J. Berlo. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Dec. 18, 1965, beloved husband of Theresa Berlo (nee Schrick), dear father of Raymond L. Berlo and Marcella Horton, our dear fatherin-law.

grandfather, brother-inlaw and uncle. Funeral from DREHMANNHARRAL Chapel, 7733 Natural Bridge, 8:30 a.m. Dec. 20. Mass 9 a.m.

at Blessed Sacrament Church, Kingshighway and Maffitt av. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Betz Anna Betz (nee Hrdlicka) Dec. 17, 1965, asleep in Jesus, beloved wife of Edward Betz dear mother of Loretta Bolton, Blanche Kuehn, Melba Mrazek. Arleen Heintzmann.

Esther Stewart, Evelyn Kappen, Tessie Ann Unger, Wilbert Pat Avery, Edward Jr. and Betz. dear sister, sister-in-law. mother in law, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and cousin. Services at HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S.

Broadway, 1:30 p.m. to St. Trinity. Member Friendship Post No. 241 A.L, Auxiliary.

Borgelt P. H. Borgelt (Buck), St. Charles, Dec. 17, 1965, husband of Phyliss Borgelt (nee Hedeen), dear father of Bradford Hedeen and Brian Lind Borgelt, dear son of Walter and Alice Borgelt (nee Hoefner), Funeral services Dec.

2 p.m.. ARTHUR C. BAUE Chapel. 620 Jefferson St. Charles.

Interment St. John Cemetery, Member St. Charles County Bar St. Louis Bar Missouri Bar American Legion Post 312 and V.F.W. Post No.

2866. Brockmann Lucille M. Brockmann (nee Falke), asleep in Jesus, Dec. 18. 1965, beloved wife of Raymond Brockmann, dear mother of Jack and James Brockmann, dear daughter of Mamie and the late Otto Falke, dear sister-in-law, aunt, niece and cousin.

Mrs. Brockmann in state at MATH HERMANN SON'S Chapel, Fair and West Florissant until Dec. 21, 12 noon. Funeral same day, 2 p.m., from Pilgrim Ev. Lutheran Church, Fair and West Florissant avs.

Interment Lake Charles Cemetery. Memorials to Chapel of the Cross-Lutheran will be ponreciated. In parlor after DEATHS 14 Buenning Florence V. Buehning, Dec. 18, 1965, dear sister of Irene, Edmund and Walter Buehning.

Funeral Dee. 21, 10:30 a.m. from JAY SMITH Funeral Home, 7456 Manchester interment Valhalla Cemetery. Deceased was a member of Forest Park Chapter No. 377 0.E.8.

who will conduct services 8 p.m. Busalaki Clara Busalaki (Clairene) (nee Wyatt), entered into rest on Dec. 16, 1965, beloved wife of Tony Busalaki, sister of Mae Warrich, Dan and Tom Wyatt of California, sister-inlaw of Louise and Martin Russo, Ann Busalaki and Mr. and Mrs. Bart Busalaki, our dear daughter-in-law, aunt, niece and cousin.

Funeral Dec, 20, 10:30 a.m. from the BUCHHOLZ Mortuary, 5967 West Florissant av. Interment Calvary. Cassel c. Henry Cassel, Dec.

16, 1965, beloved son of the late Fred and Bertha Cassel (nee Bindr), dear brother of the late Fred Cassell, dear uncle of Celeste Wojcik and Ralph F. Cassell, dear brother in law of Leona Cassell, our dear greatuncle and friend. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Dec. 20, 2 p.m. Interment St.

Peter's Cemetery. In parlors Sun. 2 p.m. Christman Carrie Christman, Dec. 16, 1965, dear mother of Lily Aitkenhead, Myrtle Miller, Violet Streit, Ivy Tuckett and Harry W.

Christman, mother-in-law. grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Private service was held Sat. at BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Kirkwood. Clark Albert A.

Clark Dec. 17, 1965, beloved husband of Frances M. Clark (nee Cheatham), dear father of LeAlice Margraff and Robert Allan Clark, brother of Gladys Mize, Frances Moore and Herman Clark, dear father-in-law, sonin-law, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral Dec. 20, 1:30 p.m., from JAY B.

SMITH Funeral Home, 7456 Manchester av. Interment Memorial Park. Clements Steve C. Clements, Dec. 16.

1965, Phoenix, formerly of St. Louis, beloved husband of Waneta Clements (nee Gibbs), our dear stepin-law, father, grandfather brother-in-law, and fatherServices Dec. 20, 2 p.m., from COLLIER'S Funeral Home, 10123 St. Charles Interment Valhalla, Member of Forest Park Lodge No. 578.

A. and Apollo Chapter No. 424, O.E.S. O.E.S. services Sun, p.m.

Masonic services Sun. 8:30 p.m. In parlors after 12 noon Sun, Concannon Sister Mary Joseph Concannon, Nazareth Convent, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Dec. 17, 1965, dear sister of John Concannon, dear sister-in-law, aunt and great-aunt. Funeral from Nazareth Convent, 9 a.m.

Requiem Mass Dec. 20. Interment Nazareth Cemetery, Cozart Bessie A. Cozart, 3120 Ashby St. Ann's, entered into rest, Dec.

18, 1965, 2:30 a.m., wife of the late Miles W. Cozart, dearly beloved mother of Mildred L. Gibson, Mary F. Wakeland. Nadine A.

M. Gucciardo, Geraldine L. Cozart. Wanda L. Barron and Albert Charles L.

and Paul E. Cozart, our dear motner-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, greataunt and cousin. Funeral from BROCKLAND Chapel, Hogan and North Market, Dec. 21, 1:30 p.m. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery.

Remains in chapel Sun. after 3 p.m. Curran Clarence M. Curran, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Helen G.

Curran (nee Parsons). dear father of Michael Thomas P. and Clarence M. Curran dear brother of Francis 0. Curran, dear brother-in-law, fatherin-law, grandfather and uncle.

Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Dec. 20. 8:30 a.m. to Our Lady of Sorrows Church.

Interment Resurrection. A member of Brotherhood of Railway Clerks of Frisco Railroad. Deckert Walter T. DECKERT, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy mother Church, Dec. 17, 1965, beloved husband of Mary Deckert (nee Mrazek), dear father of Walter Jean Marie and James J.

Deckert, dear son of Elizabeth and the late Albert Deckert, dear brother of Oliver Deckert, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, nephew and cousin. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Dec, 20, 8:30 a.m. Requiem Mass St. Wenceslaus Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, DeMarco Mike DeMarco, Dec.

17. 1965. Rolla, beloved husband of Mary DeMarco (nee DeGirolamo), dear father of Angelina Consolino, Concetta Marler and Olivia Taylor, dear grandfather, brother in law, uncle, nephew and cousin. Funeral from PAUL C. CALCATERRA Funeral Home, 5140 Daggett, 8:30 a.m., to St.

Aloysius Church. Interment Resurrection. Deschu fortified Barbara with Deschu the (nee Sacraments Wagner), Holy Mother Church Thurs. Dec. 16, 1965.

beloved wife of the late Martin Deschu, dear mother of Martin and Elizabeth Deschu, Anna Floyd, Catherine Lucas and dear aunt of John F. Ott, our dear mother-in-law. sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and cousin. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Dec. 20, 9 a.m, Requiem Mass St.

Pius Church 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Dreyer Oscar W. Dreyer, Dec. 17, 1965. beloved husband of the late Helen Dryer (nee dear father of Joseph, Richard Dreyer, Helen Russell and Jeanne Murphy, dear grandfatiner.

great-grandfather, ther-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral Dec. 20, 8:30 a.m.. from STROOT-CARROLL Funeral Home, 4600 Natural Bridge, to Holy Rosary Church. Interment Calvary.

MASSES PREFERRED. Dunham Edward Morrison Dunham. Commander U.S.N. Retired, formerly of St. Louis, in California, husband of Alice Pendergast Dunham, father of Lt.

Edward M. Dunham U.S.N. Burial Dec. 15 at Point Loma, Calif. Eckhoff See Kunat.

Erwin Edith 0. Erwin, entered into rest Dec. 18, 1965, beloved wife of the late Henry F. Erwin, dear mother of Harl Erwin and Pearl Knotts and the late Earl Erwin, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral from SUEDMEYER Chapel, 3934 N.

Twentieth, 10:30 a.m., Dec. 21. Interment Valhalla Cemetery, In chapel after 4 p.m., Sun. Evering Mildred M. Evering (nee Boswell), Dec.

17, 1965, dear wife of Charles Evering, dear mother of Marjorie Boswell, Helen Ellis, dear sister of Maxine Stratton. Joyce McDonald. Shirley Sorrelle, William Young and the late James Boswell, our dear sister-in-law, mother-inlaw, grandmother, aunt, niece and cousin. Funeral from JOHN STYGAR SON Funeral Home, 5541 Riverview Dec. 21, 8:30 a.m., to St.

Adalbert's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In parlors Sun. after 2 p.m. Falke See Brockmann.

Ferguson Edna H. Ferguson (nee Gallup), Dec. 17, 1965, dear wife of the late George Ferguson, dear mother of Virginia Marti, Hershell Humphrey, Dorothy Ory, Hazel Sheppard, Letitia Goss, Melvina Gilbert, George and Frank Ferguson, dear sister, sister-in-law, mother-in-law. grandmother and aunt. Funeral from MORRELL Funeral Home, 3710 N.

Grand at Natural Bridge, Dec. 21, 1 p.m. Interment Valhalla Cemetery, In chapel 2 p.m., Sun. Fitzpatrick Lawrence W. Fitzpatrick, at Jetferson City, Dec.

17, 1965, husband of the Jate Edna Ware Fitzpatrick, dear father of Joseph, Robert Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Kenneth (Jean) Johnson, dear grandfather of Richard, Mary Lou, Bobby and Larry. Funeral from HOUSER Funeral Home, Jefferson City, 10 a.m., Dec. 20. Graveside services 3 p.m.

Farmington. Mo. Follow the "Swap" ColumnClassification 31 In Pant Dienatch Want Ads DEATHS 14 Floyd Charles A. Floyd, 7401 Olive Street Dec. 18, 1965.

dear father of Dianne and Holly Floyd, dear son of Grace Floyd and the late Harry T. Floyd, our dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, nephew and cousin. Funeral from CLARK Funeral Home, 7400 Page, Dec. 21, 10 a.m. Interment Chapel Cemetery, Keyesport, Ill.

In state after 2 p.m. Sun. Fox Mitchell Lee Fox, asleep In Jesus. Dec. 18, 1965, dear son of brother Lee of and Michelle Janice and Fox, Marshall dear Fox, dear grandson, nephew and cousin.

Mitchell at COLLIER'S Funeral Home, 10123 St. Charles after 2 p.m. Sun. Service 6:30 p.m. Dec.

20. at Peace Lutheran Church, 4055 Edmundson rd. Interment 2 p.m. Walnut Grove Cemetery, Virginia, Ill. Frey Frank W.

Frey. Dec. 17, 1965, beloved husband of Myrtle Frey (nee Hinds). dear father of Frank W. Frey and Shirley Banks, dear son of Anna Frey, our dear father-in-law, brother, son-in-law, brother-inlaw, grandfather, uncle and cousin.

Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois. Dec. 20, 10 a.m. Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Retired employee of Anheuser Busch Brewery.

Gahn Richard J. Gahn 121 Weis suddenly, Dec. 17, 1965. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, husband of the late Naomi Gahn, son of the late Richard and Mary Gahn, our dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, greatuncle, nephew and cousin. Funeral from TED FENDLER Funeral Home.

7420 Michigan at Koeln, Dec. 20. 8:30 a.m., to St. Andrew's Church for Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. Interment Sunset Burial Park.

Ganschinietz Joseph Ganschinietz, 508 N. Nineteenth East St. Louis, Dec. 16, 1965, dear husband of May Horigan Ganschinietz, dear brother of the late Ferd Ganschinietz. our dear uncle.

Funeral Dec. 20, 8:30 a.m. from JOHN BARNES Funeral Home, 7916 State East St. Louis to St. Joseph's Church.

Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Godbey John Gerald Godbey suddenly Dec. 17. 1965, beloved husband of Linda J.

Godbey (nee Smith), dear son of Vera M. Godbey, Trautman and John Gerald Godbey dear stepson of Frank A. Trautman and Leona Godbey, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Warren 0.

Smith, Gilbert brother Edwin of Trautman, Billy Joe and stepbrother of Frank A. Trautman grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M. Newman Horn of Farmington, step-grandson of Jessica Trautman, brother-in-law, uncle and nephew.

Funeral Dec. 20, 1:30 p.m. from BAUMANN BROTHERS Colonial Chapel to 504 Woodson Overland. Interment Lake Charles, Member of Labor Local No. 42.

Goetz Otto E. Goetz, Dec. 16, 1965, beloved husband of Alice, dear father of Robert and Dan Goetz and Marilyn Hobson, dear brother. father in law and grandfather. ER'S Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSSOUTH, 4228 S.

Kingshighway, Dec. 20, 2 p.m. Interment Sunset. Gotthardt Edward R. Gotthardt, entered into rest Dec.

18. 1965, beloved husband of Helen (nee 0th) Gotthardt, dear father of Deborah Lee Gotthardt, dear son of Edward and Josephine Gotthardt, our dear brother, law, brother-in-law and' uncle. Funeral from STOCK Mortuary, 9825 Halls Ferry Dec. 20, 8:30 a.m. to Our Lady of Mt.

Carmel Church. Interment Calvary. Masses preferred. Hall Lucille Hall (nee Deuser), Dee. 18, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of Patrick G.

Hall, dear mother of Joan Padfield Rola, grandmother, mother-in-law, aister, sister-inlaw and aunt. Funeral from ORTMANN'S, 9222 Overland, Dec. 21, 8:30 a.m., to St. Thomas More Church. Interment Resurrection.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Cancer Society appreciated. Hanco*ck Ruby M. Hanco*ck (nee Talbott). of Winter Haven, entered into rest Dec. 16.

1965. beloved wife of Raymond Hanco*ck, dear daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Otho Talbott, dear daughter-in-law of Mrs. Irene Hanco*ck, our dear aisterin-law, aunt, nisce and cousin.

Funeral 11:30 a.m. from BEIDERWIEDEN South Side Funeral Home, 3620 Chippewa st, to SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Body will lie in state after 11 a.m. Sun. Hanor Dolores Hanor (nee Hoeft), Miami, asleep in Jesus suddenly Dec.

15, 1965, dear daughter of Mrs. Minnie Hoeft the late Charles J. Hoeft, dear sister of Mrs. Joseph Keymann and Mrs. Leonard Saul, our dear sister-in-law and aunt.

Funeral 10:30 a.m., from BEIDERWIEDEN South Side Funeral Home. 3620 Chippewa to Pilgrims Rest in St. Trinity Cemetery. Hatch Alex D. Hatch, Dee.

18, 1965. beloved husband of the late Mary Hatch (nee Blonsky) dear father of Ann. Helen and Harry Hatch, Pauline Gabel. Catherine Hellman, Patricia Steinkiste, Virginia Bock and the late Daniel A. Hatch and Mary Gansmann, dear fatherin-law, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle.

Funeral Dec. 21, 8:30 a.m. from MOYDELL'S. Mississippi and Allen avs. to St.

Michael Archangel Russian Orthodox Church, Gravois and Ann interment Mt. Hope Cemetery, In parlors Sun. 10 a.m. Hawthorne Ellen E. Hawthorne (nee Dawes), Thurs.

Dec. 16, 1965, wife of the late Newton Hawthorne, beloved mother of Anna Singer and Robert Alfred Arthur K. of Overland Park, and the late W. Russell Hawthorne, Los Alamos, N.M.. dear sister of Martha Treichel and Roy Dawes.

DeSoto. sister-in-law. mother in law, grandmother and aunt. Funeral Dec. 20, 9 a.m., BAUMANN BROS.

CoIonial Chapel, 2504 Woodson Overland. Interment Laurel Hill Gardens. Member of Overland Baptist Church. Howze Robert E. Howze, 3422 Greenwood suddenly Dec.

16, 1965 fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear son of Catherine A. Howze (nee Eagan), dear brother of Catherine Howze, dear nephew and cousin. Funeral from CROGHAN Funeral Home, 7146 Manchester, Mon. 8:30 a.m. to Immaculate Conception Church, Marshall and Moller Mass 9 a.m.

Interment National Cemetery, Grand Knight of De Soto Council No. 903 K. of C. and member of St. Louis General Assembly Fourth Degree.

Members of De Soto Council and Fourth Degree will assemble at funeral home 8 p.m. Sun. Jones Bettie Worthem Jones. 507 N. Taylor Kirkwood, Dec.

18, 1965, wife of Lorraine F. Jones mother of Mrs. Courtney Shands of Alexandria, Mra. J. J.

Shillington, and M. Alexander Jones. Mrs. Jones in state at the residence from 3 to 5 p.m. Sun.

Services 3:15 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church, Kirkwood. Interment private. Memorials preferred to Grace Episcopal Church or Grace Hill House, St. Louis.

Kelly Margaret (Grete) Kelly, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Dec. 17, 1965, dear sister of Mrs. Stella Kelly Morris, dear aunt and great -aunt. Funeral from A. H.

BOCKLAGE Funeral Home. 6536 Clayton Dec. 20, 8:30 a.m. to St. Luke's Church, Bellevue and Dale.

Interment Calvary. Kern Maybelle H. Kern of Clara Del Dec. 17, 1965, beloved wife of Fred Kern, dear sister of Karl R. Hickman of Mountain Home, dear cousin and aunt.

Funeral from ALEXANDER SONS TOWN Chapel, 6175 Delmar 9 a.m., to East Lawn Cemetery, Springfleld. Mo. In state after noon Sun. Koch Mary B. Koch (nee Meyer), of Waterloo, wife of the late Louls Koch, dear mother of Mrs.

Olinda Feco, Mrs. Harry (Alfrieda) Wilson, Mrs. Herman (Pauline) Sunderman, Mrs. Wayne (Mabel) Woodco*ck, Miss Clara Koch and the late Lewis and Henry Koch, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother sister. In state at QUERNHEIM Funeral Home, Waterloo, 2:30 p.m.

until 11 a.m. Services 2 p.m. at New Hanover Church. InterFinte DEATHS 14 nunat Sophie D. Kunat (nee Reineke), Dec.

17, 1965, beloved wife of William Kunat, dear mother of Myrtie Vance and Virginia Eckhoff, dear grandmother. great-grandmother, great-greatgrandmother, mother-in-law and aunt. Services at HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 1:30 p.m. Interment Sunset. Member of American Chapter No.

484. 0.E.S. services 8 p.m. Friends may call Sun. after 2 p.m.

Lark Irvin J. Lark, Dec. 15, 1965, Jamestown, beloved husband of Josephine Treske Lark, dear father of Joyce Rymut and Richard T. Lark, dear brother, brother-in-law, father-In-law, grandfather and uncle. Funeral from SCHNUR Funeral Home, 3125 Lafayette, Dec.

20. 8:30 a.m. to St. Margaret of Scotland Church. Interment Calvary.

Leakey Dorothy E. Leakey, Dec. 16, 1965, beloved wife of Leonard B. Leakey, dear mother of Dorothy Torrillo, dear daughter of Goldie W. Curtis, dear sister of Hilda Hesse, Dr.

Robert D. Curtis, Merry Hook, Jean Zeller, Martha Heiser and Winona Gilman, dear daughter-in-law of Lula Leakey, dear mother-In-law of Joseph Totrillo, our dear sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Dec. 20, p.m. Interment Burksville Cemetery, Burksville, Ill.

Livingston Minnie Livingston (nee Marques), Dec. 18, 1965, dear sister of Ethel Finley, James A. and Cecil Andrew Marques, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and great -aunt. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Dee. 21, 9 a.m, Interment Bethel Cemetery, Summersville, Mo.

In parlors Sun. 4 p.m. Luechau Martha D. Luechau (nee Schlenther), St. Charles, Dec.

17, 1965, wife of the late John F. Luechau, dear mother of Mildred Luechau, Mrs. Ralph (Dorothy) Rebman, Mrs. Kermit (Bernice) Rupp, dear grandmother, daughter of Mrs. Henrietta Schlenther, sister of Albert, Julius and Elmer Schlen-1 ther, Mrs.

Adele Barklage, dear aunt, cousin and sister-in-law. Funeral service Dec. 20. 10:30 a.m. ARTHUR C.

BAUE Chapel, 620 Jefferson St. Charles. Interment St. John Cemetery. Member Eastern Star, Alexander Chapter 242.

Eastern Star memorial service 7 p.m. Sun. at funeral home. McFerren See Werder. Machino Minnie C.

Machino (nee Wulfert) Oakville, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the ments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of George Robert Machino, dear mother of Carolyn S. and William W. Machino, dear mother-in-law, grand. mother, sister, sister-in-law.

aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S. Broadway, 8:30 a.m. to St. Francis of Assisi Church, Oakville, Mo.

for Requiem Mass at 9:15 a.m. Interment Mt. Olive. Member of St. Ann's Sodality of St.

Francis Church. St. Ann's Sodality will meet at parlors Mon. 8 p.m. Mayo Roy F.

Mayo, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Sacramenta of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Mary G. Mayo (nee Mahoney), dear son of the late Harry" and Emma Mayo, dearest father of Carol. Mary Beth, Linda and Roy Michael Mayo, our dear brotherin-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral from ARTHUR J.

DONNELLY Parlors, 3840 Lindell Dec. 20. 8:30 a.m., to St. Anns Church, 7530 Natural Bridge Normandy. Requiem Mass 9 a.m.

Interment Calvary. Merkle Hazel S. Merkle (nee Schaefer), 6122 Newport, Thurs. Dec, 16. 1965, beloved wife of William L.

Merkle, dear mother of William A. Merkle. dear daughter of the late Julius and Lydia Schaefer, dear mother-in-law of Joanne Merkle, dear grandmother of Cathy Merkle, dear sister of Leora and Adolph Schaefer and the late Lorraine Schaefer, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Service Mon. 10:30 a.m.

at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment Lakewood Park. Member of Grace United Church of Christ, Grace Church Day Guild and Quilters and Friendship Council No. 9 D.

of A. Mitchell Charles Bill Mitchell, suddenly, Dec. 10, 1965, formerly of St. Louis, beloved son of Clarence and Faye Mitchell, dear brother of James Mitchell, St. Louis, Mo.

and Robert Mitchell of Scotch Plains, N.J.. dear father of Billie Mitchell of San Diego, dear brother-inlaw, uncle, nephew and cousin. Funeral and burial were held in Arlington National Cemetery with Military Honor Guard, Dec. 16. Moellinger Stella F.

Moellinger (nee Bernatowski), suddenly Dec. 17, 1965. dear wife of the late F. Edward Moellinger, dear mother of Edward Mrs. Mary L.

Becker and Robert E. Moellinger, dear sister of Steve Bernard and Mrs. Victoria O'Nelll, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Funeral from the ROBERT D. KINEALY Mortuary.

2228 St. Louis Dec. 21. 8:30 a.m. to Sacred Heart Church, Twenty-fifth and University.

Interment Calvary, IN PARLORS 3 P.M. SUN. Moman Timothy Moman, departed this life Dec. 16, 1965. dear brother of Gertrude B.

Moman. Funeral from ATKINS Funeral Home, 3644 Finney, Dec. 20. 10 a.m. In state Sun.

after 10 a.m. Interment Jefferson Barracks. Charter member of Local No. 143A of Moving Picture Operators Union. Moore Eugene E.

Moore, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved son of Eugene and Viola Moore, dear grandson of Mr. Moore, brother of Daniel and Mrs. Lucius Moore, dear nephew and cousin. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S.

highway, Dec. 21. 8:30 a.m., St. Margaret of Scot land Church. Interment Resurrection.

In parlors after 5 p.m. Sun. Mueller W. (Nelda) Mueller. Tusnelda Dec.

18, 1965, dear mother of Edgar Leslie Billerth, Mueller, dear dear sister grandmother of Judy and David Mueller. dear sister-in-law. motherin-law aunt, niece and cousin. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Dec.

20. 2:45 p.m. Interment St. Paul Churchyard, Family requests contribution be made to Salem Lutheran Church Building Fund or charity of your choice. In parlors after 2 p.m.

Sun. Neff See Kunat. Norris Raymond W. Norris, Dec. 17.

1965, beloved brother of Violet E. Norris. dear uncle of Grace Hurlburt and Alvin Norris, dear prother-in-law of Virginia R. Norris and greatuncle. Funeral from CALVIN F.

FEUTZ Funeral Home, 4828 Natural Bridge Dec. 20, 2 p.m. Interment Valhalla Cemetery, Mr. Norris was a member of Beacon Lodge No. 3 A.F.&A.M..

St. Louis Lodge No. 5 1.0.0.F., and Sign and Pictorial Painter's Union. Odd Fellow and Masonic Services 8 p.m. Sun.

Padfield See Hall, Peipers Charles L. Peipers. Dec. 16, 1965, beloved hushand of Helen E. Peipers (nee Kunes), dear father of Don Peipers, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Eugene Peipers of East St. Louls, sonin-law of Mrs. Bertha Kunes, dear father-in-law and grandfather. Funeral Dec.

20, 10:30 a.m. from BAUMANN BROS. Colonial Chapel. 2504 Woodson Overland. Graveside services same day, 2 p.m.

at Meyer's Cemetery, DuQuoin. Ill. Perret Gertrude Perret (nee Gaupel), Los Angeles, Dec. 18, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dearest wife of the late Ferdinand Perret, dear sister of the late Roland J. Gaupel.

Requiem Mass, 9 a.m., Dec. 21, St. Francis Xavier (College) Grand and Lindell bl. Interment Calvary. ARTHUR J.

DONNELLY Serv1de Sell things through a POST-DISPATCH WANT AD. Call MA 1-6666 DEATHS 14 Poscover Ida Poscover. Dec. 17. 1965, widow of the late Nathan Poscover, dear mother of Harry and Edward Poscover, our dear grandmother, great-grandmother and mother-in-law.

Funeral from BERGER Memorial. McPherson at Walton, 11:30 a.m. to Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery. In state 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.

Power Margaret Power, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear sister of the late Nicholas, William and Richard Power, dear sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral from the NORTHMortuary, 7239 West Florissant, Dec. 20, 8:15 a.m., to Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Mass, 9 a.m.

Interment Calvary Cemetery, Ridley Marie Ridley (nee Rodermund), of Houston, asleep in Jesus, Dec. 17. 1965, a.m., dear mother of Robert E. Ridley, dear Nina Ridley, dear grandmother of Barbara Ann Ridley, dear sister of Emma Harris, Caroline Younger, Frieda Kuehner, Martha Grant of Brunswick, and Herman Rodermund, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and cousin, at the age of 76 years. Funeral Tues.

1:30 p.m, from BEIDERWIEDEN South Side Funeral Home, 3620 Chippewa to Sunset Burial Park. Body will lie in state after 2 p.m. Sun. Roehrig Elizabeth Roehrig, 3648 Mary's fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Dec. 17, 1965, dear sister of Anton and the late Frank Roehrig, sister-inlaw, aunt and -aunt.

Funeral from CULLEN KELLY Funeral Home, 7267 Natural Bridge, Dec. 20, 9:30 a.m., to St. Ann's Church. Interment Calvary. In parlors after 2 p.m.

Sun. Roos Michael Roos, Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Katherine Roos, dear father of Margaret Kemper and Catherine Sonderman, dear father-in-law, grand. father, great grandfather and uncle. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S.

Kingshighway, Dec. 21, a.m.. to St. Cecilia Church. Interment Resurrection.

A mem: ber of German-Austrian and St. Francis de Sales Benevolent Societies. In state after 2 p.m. Sun. Rose Elizabeth Rose Dec.

17, 1965, dear wife of Alfred L. Rose, our dear aunt. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Dec. 20, 1 p.m.

Interment National. In state after 2 p.m. Sat. Rosenberg Anna Rosenberg (nee Hoth). Lakeland, formerly of Red Bud, asleep in Jesus, Dec.

18, 1965, beloved wife of Henry Rosenberg, dear sister of Della Hilda Batz, Albert and Bud Hoth, dear sisterin-law, aunt and cousin. In state at the DUKE-STEEN Funeral Home, Lakeland, Fla. Service 2 p.m. Dec. 21.

St. Paul Lutheran Church. Interment Lakeland Memorial Garden. Rousan Zoah (Bobbie) Rousan (nee Metcalf), suddenly, Dec. 17, 1965, beloved wife of Everett W.

Rousan, dear mother of Everett (Gene) Rousan, dear daughter of Lemuel Metcalf, dear grandmother of Bryan Rousan, dear mother-in-law, sister, sister-in-law, daughter-inlaw, stepdaughter, niece, aunt, great -aunt and cousin. Services at HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S. Broadway, 3 p.m. Entombment Mt. Hope Mausoleum.

Schiele Ethel F. Schiele, asleep In Jesus Dec. 17, 1965, beloved wife of George H. Schiele, dear daughter of the late Fred and Sophie Husemann, dear sister of Clarence Husemann and Pearl Wilson, sister-in-law of William C. Schiele and Dora Smith, aunt and cousin.

Mrs. Schiele HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa, at Watson, from 5 p.m. Sat. until 10 p.m. Sun.

In state at Hope Lutheran Church from 11 a.m. Mon. until service hour 1:30 p.m. Interment Sunset. In lieu of flowers.

memorials may be made to Hope Lutheran Church Bequest Fund, 5218 Neosho. Schilling Edward F. Schilling. Dec. 16, 1965.

beloved husband of Ruth E. Schilling (nee Fischer), dear brother of Mae Morgan and Henrietta Draper, our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from DREHMANN. HARRAL Chapel, 7733 Natural Bridge, 2 p.m., Dec, 20. Interment Mt.

Lebanon Cemetery. A Past Master and Past Secretary of Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 40, A.F.& A.M.. member of Bellefontaine Chapter No.

25, R.A.M.. Ivanhoe Commandery No. 8, K.T.. Moolah Temple. Square Club, Past Patron con Chapter No.

256 0.E.S.. member of Independent Cong. Church and retired employe of Terminal R.R. Masonic service 8 p.m. Sun.

Schneider William A. Schneider, Dee. 17, 1965. beloved husband of Anna M. Schneider (nee Rose), dear father of Helen Bokamper of Phoenix, Ada Lambur, dear brother of Nellie Crull of Cedar Hill, Florian Armstrong, Cape Girardeau, and the late Charly and Casper Schnelder, brother in law, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle.

Funeral Dec. 21, 10:15 a.m. from BAUMANN BROS. Colonial Chapel, 2504 Woodson Overland. Interment St.

Martin Ev. Church Cemetery, High Ridge, Mo. Retired member of Meat Cutters Local 88. Schoept H. Norman Schoepf, Dec.

16, 1965, beloved husband of Dottie Schoepf (nee McCallister), dear father of Sherry Sue, son of Henry and the late Christine Schoepf, son-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, nephew and cousin. Services at HOFFMEISTER Colonial Mortuary, 6464 Chippe. wa at Watson. 10 a.m. Interment New St.

Marcus. Schwartz Margaret Schwartz, entered into rest Dec. 17, 1965, beloved wife of the late Martin Schwartz, dear mother of Paul and the late Kenneth Schwartz, dear mother-in-law, grandmother and great-grandmother, Funeral from the SUEDMEYER Chapel, 3934 N. 20th 8:30 a.m., Dec. 20, to Holy Trinity Church.

Interment Calvary Cemetery, In chapel after 1 p.m. Sun. Sharp William H. Sharp, 4453 Osceola Dec. 16, 1965, beloved husband of the late Maude (McGuire) Sharp, dear father of Orel K.

of Memphis, Alta (Mrs. E. H. Copley), St. Louis.

Clyde of Benton, Ark. and Howard L. of Ferguson, dear brother of Arthur Sharp and Mrs. Ann Sherman, dear uncle, brother-in-law, father-Inlaw, grandfather and greatgrandfather. Mr.

Sharp will be in state at SPARKS Funeral Home, Flat River. Mo. Services Dec. 19, 2 p.m. at Flat River Christian Church.

Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Sinko Marie K. Sinko, 4971 Robert, asleep in Jesus, Dec. 18. 1965.

beloved wife of Michael G. Sinko, dear mother of George M. Sinko, dear sister of Anna Schramek, dear sister-in-law and aunt. Services 10:30 a.m. from JOHN L.

ZIEGENHEIN SONS. 7027 Gravois, to Hillcrest Abbey. Former sponding Secretary of Lutheran Orphan Home. Member of Ladies' Aid, Hope Lutheran Church, Vlasta Auxiliary of Sokol. In lieu of flowers, contributions to American Czech Center Building Fund.

4690 Lansdowne, would be appreciated. In parlor after noon, Sunday, Silver Arthur H. Silver. 1019 Kuhlman lane, Dec. 16, 1965, dear husband of Ina E.

Silver. dear father of Ann Smith, dear stepfather of Shirley Stephens, son of Peter J. Silver, dear brother of Raymond. Earl, Peter Jr. and Lester Silver, dear grandfather, uncle, cousin and father-in-law.

Mr. Silver at PARKER-ALDRICH Funeral Home, 15 W. Lockwood, Webster Groves after 10 a.m. Dec. 18.

Memorial service at First Methodist Church, Webster Groves Bompart and Fairview Dec. 19, 4 p.m, In lieu of made flowers, contributions Memorial may be to the Fund the First Methodist Church of Webster Groves. Springmeyer David W. Springmeyer, Dec. 18, 1965.

dear husband Sheila Springmeyer, dear son of William and Margaret Spring. meyer (nee Sigillito), dear brother of Margaret June and John Marshall Springmeyer, dear brother-in-law, nephew and cousin. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Dec. 21, 8:30 a.m., to St.

James the Greater Church. Interment Resurrection. In parlors after 7 p.m.. Sun, DEATHS 14 Sundmacher Rose Leona Sundmacher (nee Vogelpohl) Dec. 14, 1965, in Ontario, formerly of St.

Louis, beloved wife of the late Herman C. Sundmacher, dear mother of H. Carl Sundmacher of Los Angeles, dear mother-in-law of Lynn D. Sundmacher of Los Angeles, dear sister of Mrs. Emily Lepere of Dupo, Ethel Tebow of Alton.

William and Leo Vogelpohl of De Soto, and the late, Alma Kempf of Dupo, and Minnie Smith of St. Louis, dear sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, great great aunt and cousin. Cremation in Ontario, Dec. 17, 1965. Toal Leo R.

Toal Sr. of Springville, formerly of Waterloo, beloved husband of Hildegarde Toal (nee Brown), dear father of Jack, Leo R. Don and Robert, beloved son of the late Ethel Toal (nee Goodrich). In state at QUERNHEIM Funeral Home, Waterloo, p.m. Services 2 p.m.

Mon. at QUERNHEIM Funeral Home. Interment Waterloo, Ill. Tolles Lena R. Tolles (nee Krebs), entered into rest Dec.

16, 1965, beloved wife of the late Frank Tolles, dear mother of George and Frank Tolles and the late Arlene Tolles, mother-inlaw, sister-in-law, grandmother and aunt. Mrs. Tolles in state at the BUCHHOLZ Mortuary, 5967 W. Morissant, until 10 p.m. Sun.

Services Mon. Dec. 20, 2 p.m. at Moline Baptist Church, 2003 Chambers rd. Interment Friedens Cemetery.

Toman Albert Toman, Dec. 17, 1965, beloved husband of Frances Toman, dear brother of Mary Koehler and Hilda Sponster, dear brother-in-law and uncle. Services 2 p.m., from JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 7027 Gravois, to Hillcrest Abbey, Member of Amalgamated Lithographers of AmerIca. Tulley Manferd C.

Tulley, at ville, Dec. 18, 1965. dear father of Mrs. Glen Stapenhorst of Jacksonville, grandfather and father-in-law. Funeral from CULLEN KELLY Funeral Home, 7267 Natural Bridge, Dec.

21. 8:30 a.m. to Ascension of Our Lord Church, Nelson and cension Dr. Interment Calvary. In parlors after 5 p.m.

Mon. Vance See Kunat. Venegoni Lena Venegoni, suddenly Dec. 17, 1965, fortified with the Churck, Sacraments of Holy Mother dear daughter of the late John and Caroline Venegoni, dear sister of Joseph Venegoni, niece, aunt and cousin. Funeral from CALCATERRA Funeral Home, 5140 Daggett 8:30 a.m.

to St. Ambrose Church. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Vollmar Josephine M. Vollmar (nee Baumgarten), Dec.

17, 1965, beloved wife of the late Herman J. Vollmar, dear mother of Edith Ackerman, Herbert Raymond W. and Donald A. Vollmar, dear sister of Anna Trautwein, our dear grandmother, mother-in-law, sister-inlaw, aunt, great -aunt and cousin. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 S.

Grand Dec. 20, a.m. Interment New St. Marcus. Member of Epiphany (formerly Ebenezer) United Church of Christ.

In lieu of flowers. contributions to Epiphany United Church of Christ or Masonic Home would be appreciated. Walsh Ada M. Walsh, Dec. 18, 1965, beloved wife of the late Fred J.

Walsh, mother of Edna Mae Watts, grandmother, greatgrandmother, mother-in-law, sister, sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral from CULLEN KELLY Funeral Home, 7267 Natural Bridge, Dec. 21, time later, to National Cemetery. In parlors after 4 p.m., Sun. Walsh James W.

Walsh, Dec. 17, 1965. beloved husband of Mary Ellen Walsh (nee Powers), dear brother of Delia Pearl, and Kenneth Walsh, Sara Josephine Spoettel, Helen Eckles and the late Alice Voight and Glennon Walsh, brother-in-law of Matthew A. and John M. Powers.

dear uncle, great uncle and cousin. Funeral Dec. 21, 8:30 a.m., from SULLIVAN MUCKLE KRON Mortuary, 8806 Jennings rd. at Hord to St. Louise de Marillac Church, Lalite and Wilborn avs.

Mass 9 a.m, Interment Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Walsh was a member of Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. Santa Cruz Couneil No. 1215.

Watts See Walsh Werder Cora S. Werder (nee Vaughn). fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Dec. 17, 1965, dear mother of Barbara Zacker, Albert and Eugene Werder, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, great-aunt and friend. Funeral from WEICK BROS.

8:30 a.m. to Funeral Home, 2201 S. Grand, St. Vincent de Paul Church. Interment New St.

Marcus. Wiedner Eva Ferguson Wiedner, Normandy, formerly of Florissant, Dec. 17, 1965, beloved wife of Fred W. Wiener, dear mother of Wilma Kaye Lowe, dear sister, grandmother, greatgrandmother, mother-in-law and aunt. Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN Chapel, 118 N.

Florissant, Ferguson, Dec. 20, 2:30 p.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Zimmerman William Zimmerman, of Tyler, Dec. 17, 1965, beloved husband of Mildred Zimmerman, dear father of Rosalie Hill.

Delores Utz, and Wilma Germany, our dear father-inlaw, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from DREHMANNHARRAL Chapel, 7733 Natural Bridge, 2 p.m. Dee. 22. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.

An employe of Cotton Belt Railroad. Please omit flowers. Friends may call after 7 p.m., Tues. CARD OF THANKS 15 WISH TO THANK my relatives and many friends and neighbors for all the favors, the beautiful Floral offerings, spiritual Bouquets etc. in the loss my dear husband.

KARL A. ZIEGLER. who passed away Dee. 11th, also the Clergy of St. Anthony's of Padua Church, and pallbearers Mr.

Geo. Wingbermuehle and Sons Funeral Home for their kind courteous and efficient service shown to me and my family, MRS. CATHERINE E. ZIEGLER WE WISH TO thank our friends. neighbors and relatives for the kind of expressions of sympathies and beautiful floral offerings tended to us during our recent bereavement, the loss of our dear wife, mother, daughter and sister, Fay V.

Murphy. Especially we wish to thank Reverend Lester Sontag, the singer, organist, pallbearers and the Kassly Cahokia Mortuary. The Family of Fay V. Murphy. IN MEMORIAM 16 BECKER, KAKI, Dec.

25, 1960. In loving remembrance and great1v missed by WIFE. BERMERKAMP, LOUISE. Remembered with love Dec. 18, 1955.

We have only a beautiful memory To remember our whole life through Its sweetness will live forever As we treasure that memory of you. Sadly missed by her CHILDREN. BOCKIUS. MARY OLIVETTE Dear daughter, you're gone 3 weeks. I'll never hear your voice again.

The twentieth is your birthday. I'll be with you in love. Your Loving Mother and All Who Loved You MRS. MARIE E. FLAMME CASADY, DORA CASADY, EDWARD DIEHL.

HENRY KNOLLMAN, LILLIE Loving memory and sadly missed. LORRAINE, EDWARD CASADY COVINSKY, MYRTLE: In loving remembrance this Yuletide. Sadly missed by FAMILY. CURTIS. SAT.

HOLLACE Dec. 19, 1964. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by FAMILY and all who loved him. EARL, H. WILSON, Dec.

18, 1964. Lovingly remembered by HIS WIFE AND FAMILY STANLEY JR. In memory of our dearest nephew, passed away Dec. 15, 1964. Our loved one left a beautiful memory, To his friends, his neighbors and to all To us, whom, his life was 90 precious Our hearts were most broken at his sudden call.

Every day that passes, he is missed more by his sad aunts. Jo, Stella, Casimira, Helen SPARK, PAUL, Dec. 19, 1958. Lovingly remembered by wife. MALINDA SPARK.

LONG. MARY, Dec. 26, 1944. She was a precious mother With a heart so true. Scattering rays of sunshine Into lives she knew God alone sees our heartaches 'Tis God alone who sees our tears As they fall in sweet remembrance Of mother whom we loved so dear.

Sadly missed by CHILDREN. Follow the "Swap" ColumnClassification 31 In Post-Dispatch Want Ads IN MEMORIAM 16 MITCHELL. ANNA MARGARET (nee Rozier), passed away 25 years ago, Dec. 20, 1940. A quarter of a century has flown Since Christmas of bitter myrr was known.

Mother, your daughter's love endures Faithful and patient like yours. Sadly missed by DAUGHTER. JOHN May 24, 1955 MURRAY, RUBY Feb. 13, We miss you. THE CHILDREN.

FELLOM, JOHN, Dec. 17, 1964. Loving memory of my dear husband Sadly missed by his wife. MINNIE PELLOM and daughters. MeMAHON, JOE: Dec.

20, 1963. Years may pass but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday Lovingly remembered. Wife, Mary JULIA A. RAPP, Dec. 25, 1963.

Most lovingly remembered and sadly missed by CHILDREN SCOTT, MERRILL year today, sure miss you. RAY SLINKHARD, OAK Dec. 21, 1947. Always in loving memory. WIFE and RELATIVES STAANKEN, ALBERT, Dec.

23, In loving remembrance of our dear 1946. STELLA, Nov. '19, 1954. parents, THE FAMILY. THEODORE WIELAND Dec.

23, 1956. In loving memory of our dear husand and Dad. A memory, a tear, a thought sincere. How often we wish you were still here, Deep in our hearts you will always stay near. Lovingly remembered by WIFE and and all who loved him.

ZWEIBERTH, MATHILDA, Dec. 15, 1959, Sadly missed by family. LOST 17 $100 REWARD Weimaraner: male; missing since Oct. 12; make ours a Merry Xmas. HA 7-2708.

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Ferguson area, reward. JA 1-8688. co*ckER, black, male, red harness: reward. YO 5-4688. COLLIE male.

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VI 2-2036. COMET. 61; nice. automatic. $625 cash UN 8-4822.

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40. Mannino Truck Service. Reward, JA 2-3154. FRENCH Poodle, white, male, answer to Baby, child's pet. Lost vicinity of Page and Ferguson.

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GERMAN shepherd, black, male, 26 months, $500 reward. FO 7-6327 GLASSES. trifocals: Southtown Gem: reward, Grover 9-5931. GREAT DANE: black and white; Chesterfield, CR. 3-6996.

LABRADORS, reward, black. WY one 1-3174. male, one female; LOST east of Grand. policeman's badge, St. Louis County No.

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Reward. CH 1-4935. POODLE, male, white-brown spots on cheeks, answers to Artie' South 9th st. Reward. PR 6-6952.

POODLE: white, brown Tringe; choker with rhinestones. 3300 Henrietta, Reward. PR 2-8810, POODLE, miniature, silver-grey: "Shotty" reward, WY 3-4993. PUMP. lost from tank trailer.

Homelite 3" Highway 66, west of Kirkwood on Meramec Bridge. Reward. EXpress 8-2900. REWARD for information leading to the return of valuable papers missing, in the vicinity of Affton. For information call Busch Auto Body.

FL 3-6640. SHEPHERD and police dog, mixed. "Duke" Reward. VO 3-0548. WRIST WATCH.

lady's, gold, Washington U. campus; reward. VO 3-2185. FOUND 18 CAT; Vicinity of Kirkwood near Clay Ave. YO 6-3769.

FOUND; cat; black male. PA 1-8947. FREE BEAGLE 1 year old, female, for good home, found. ME 1-2982. Sunday after 12:30.

LOST A PET? Check with the Humane Society of Missouri, 1210 Macklind, MI 7-8800 FOUND: reddish brown collie pup. male. VO 3-5103. DETECTIVES 19 DETECTIVE, shadowing, investigating; electronic equipment; free consultation. County Detective Agency 7303 Natural Bridge, EV 9-5454.

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HA 6-7292. THANKS TO Our Mother of Perpetual Help for favors received. W. STAMP collection needed for Xmas present. Call Mrs.

Goldston. JE 1-4797. CARE OF CHILDREN AND AGED 24 BABY sitting, my home, hot meals, playmate, good care. Rock Creek, near 21, Atlas 7-2561. CARE for aged man in my home.

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WO 2-3991. 1750 S. Brentwood. WE RENT MONEY 1ST. 2ND and 3RD MORTGAGES EV 9-0360-HOME OWNERS SUITE 6.

7303 Natural Bridge AUTHOR of new "History of St. seeks publisher, Box J-120, Post- -Dispatch. WANTED, private or business investor, for project in Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico, Investment secured. JA 1-4506. COMPANIES RECEIVABLES BOUGHT.

Current, delinquent immediately. Specialty Financing. PR 6-5596. TRAVEL AND TOURS 29 DRIVERS AVAILABLE TO DRIVE YOUR CAR ANWHERE REASONABLE 27 OFFICES U.S. AND CANADA AUTO DRIVEWAY 722 Chestnut GA 1-1499 DRIVE CAR to East.

West, Salt Lake City, Denver, New Orieans. GA 1-1499. DRIVE your car to Los Angeles, you pay gas and oll. leaving about Dec. 25.

WO 1-5889. SOUTHERN California, $25; experienced cross-country driver: leave 12-27, arrive 12-29; references exchanged. UP 3-6520. PILOT desires 3 riders: share penses, Los Angeles, leave Dec. 22, return Jan.

HA 6-5650. DRIVE my car to L.A. Leave immediately. FL 3-0610. SHARE A RIDE 30 RIDE WANTED from Sappington.

Highway 66 to vicinity Page and Ashby: 6 a.m. YO 6-0473 RIDE wanted: Hwy. 70 and Carson to Clayton; 8:30 to 5. JA 2-0749, FROM Georgetown Apts. (66 and Laclede Station to downtown area.

8-5 work. WO 2-6634. 6500 ST. LOUIS to way and Lindell, 9-5. EV 2-0113.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1965 3 ST. LOUIS POST- DISPATCH SWAPS 31 MECHANICS SERVICE BODY For stake body, Sunday only. Missouri Refrigeration 6631 Manchester. ARE YOU MOVING! If so, why not trade your extra furniture on your moving or we will buy your furniture. Person Moving Service, 5740 Easton.

EV 1-3273 CHILD'S high chair, stroller, new: gun cabinet, $30: gun rack, $10: boots, size 9. $7: want '60 Corvair radio, shotguns or cash. EV 3-1624. ICE SKATES Exchange your old skates for the proper size, $1. HA 6-6472.

RENTAPAINT Spray FOR? 1825 8. B'way (Geyer) GA 1-0678 SHOTGUNS 750. and rifles, most makes and models, new, used: we buy, sell or trade; open Monday eves. till 8. Belleville Hardware 200 W.

Main Ill. JURE BOX, Ames, 80-play 45 rpm. for riding mower or mower attachment that can be used with deep, TE 7-9184. DODGE, -ton pickup with '57 Plymouth. V-8 engine, clean.

for sale, $375 or trade HA 9-6015. CHEVROLET, '54 pickup; 700x15 6-ply nylon snow grips, 8 hole heavy rims, 100 miles on tires. 8425 or HA 3-1134. SWAP for car or sell: Broadhill triple dresser and mirror, chest; walnut; 2-pc. sectional, brown; dinette, etc, PL 2-0905.

PAINTING, tuckpointing for. 1. ton pickup, panel or station wagon. PR 3-7034. YOUR BOAT OR CLUBHOUSE For 3362 Marbury brand new 3-bedroom ranch home, tile bath and kitchen, lot.

MEHLER REALTORS FL 3-1111 HOUSE, 3-bedroom, like new, nice area, Belleville, fully furnished, want any clean property, St. Louis, west. HA 2-8694, HA 8-0168. LOT, large, Flori acres, off Bayless, clear; WANT concrete labor, to build garage. HE 2-8694, HA 8-0168.

GARAGE DOOR; installation, service, remodeling, carpentry, for freezer, TV or TE 1-6711 RIVER lots or acreage for proved land in Reynolds, Shannon or Iron Counties, VE 2-4626. COMMERCIAL property North or Northwest County; preferably vacant. Trade for residential or multiple units. Call METRO JA 1-0700. VOLKSWAGEN, '62 Wagon: want Carry-all or wagon with automate 1c or sell $1195.

CO 1-8677 REVELLE Slot car racing set: 57" of track, 5 cars, $115 or will trade for gauge train set. TW 2-4036. FOR SALE OF trade; part or all of '59 Opel, call between 9 and 3 Sunday. JA 1-7985. LIONEL trains: remote control.

027 and 0 gauge and accessories for cash or PR 1-1506. BELL and Howell 16mm. sound projector, guitar and amplifier: sell for guns or 1819 Chouteau. TRAILER, 2-wheel heavy duty 6x10 ft. for small, light plant OF $125.

VI 3-8684, 3-5946. ZENITH HEARING AID, FORT EV 5-6643 FORD, '56; needs engine furnished for 2-7136. TYPEWRITER. Smith Corona standard. shotgun: prefer pump.

VI 3-2690. PLY MOUTH, '58 wagon; fire damage. Want painting, carpentry. MI 5-0627. WILL almost new Ping Pong table, paddles, balls, for pool table.

EV 2-0170. BEAUTIFUL 15 diamond solid gold ladies wristwatch, for Browning, Winchester or Remington automatic, or cash. HU 1-3988. DODGE, '60; Thor impact wrench; 1 h.p. grinder for pick up or guns, PR 1-4378.

CHEVROLET. '60 Corvair for Refrigerators, good condition, also work bench. HA 8-8352 CHEVROLET'56 4-doo: hardtop, excellent body, needs engine work; $100 or TO 5-3194. GAS water pump, needs re5-3194. STUDEBAKER, 55; clean: rebuilt motor.

$100 FL 1-1949. NEW H.0. train for Lionel .072, or gauge only. EV 8-2005. SWAP CARS Tor cash.

shotguns, pickups. etc. SH 1-1250. VACUUM cleaner: almost new, $15 YO 5-2941. FORD, 59: 2-door.

extremely clean. $425 or HA 3-1134. ELECTRIC wall oven, used once, $50 or FL 1-2191. DODGE, '50 pickup, $100 or FL 1-2191. LAUNDRETTE, sell or trade or for real estate.

PR 3-6528. JEEP, 49 panel, good condition, swap anything of value. EV 1-5254 DAUPHINE, 159: $135; '57 Ford $45 or WY 3-9660. NASH. V-8, automatic, runs good, for TA 2-7136.

CADILLAC. 57: power, air: $5007 trade for pickup. PR 2-9396. LAUNDROMAT in nice location; want real estate. HE 4-5938.

TVA $35, or what have you MO 4-5432. G5 6-3380. WINCHESTER, new. 30-30 lever action; for stereo. UN 7-6006.

TAKE LOT. Trailer as down payment on new home UN 8-2029. LUXURY 3-bedroom, 252-bath split level: for JLB. VI 3-1144. $790 DOWN buys 3 flats, 5290 come, trade, FL POODLE; ARC; black young male for clean oats or OL 2-0178.

TRAIN, Lionel and board: plow and sickle bar. Tilden 6-0677. PLY MOUTH. 2-door: for older coupe or convertible. EV 9-5212.

BRICK: 4 family, Turnaces, trade cottage. EV 5-1822 AMERICAN FLYER Trains Tor $200. stereo, or MO 4-8535. CHEVROLET, 60, pickup, ton for deep or DA 6-0231. CLEAR brick cottage.

for other property, acreage. PR 3-0825. SELL or trade my fine shotguns and rifles. MO 4-1754. ASH HAULING 41 ASHPITS, old sheds wrecked.

basem*nts cleaned: prompt service. THOMAS 4423 Page JE 5-0327 TRASH hauling; all kinds: reasonable, Carson, 4308 Maffit. JE 5-6890 BRICKLAYING, Tuckpointing. 43 BRICKLAYING, blocklaying, pairing bulged walls, cracked foun. dation, concrete work, plastering.

building. retaining walls, additions. Plumbline, 4210 Enright JE 5-8344 ALL TYPES TUCKPOINTING. brick work, waterproofing. Call Art Ambur Sons, 3809 California MO 4-5034 anvtime.

CHIMNEY repairs, any type brick work. Don, 3650 Oakdale. EV 3-7126, TOCKPOINTING and chimney pair: free estimates. Call HEARN PR 6-0834 4144A Connecticut CARPENTERS BUILDERS 44 CABINETS--CARPENTRY Home Repairs. Robertson.

618 Hamilton. VO 3-0796, V0 3-9115 GENERAL HOME REPAIRS Remodeling, concrete, roofing MIKE 6375 Lillian Co, 1-9442 HOME IMPROVEMENT SERVICE Room additions, porches, rooting. siding, garages, patios, painting. furnace. Call Noonan 6017 Harnes.

EV 5-3166. CARPENTER, concrete, aluminum windows. electric, paint, fence, paneling. 5-9259 1560 Vella CARPENTRY: painting. guttering, tiling.

Lemons, 2333 10th MO 4-8353. CEILING TILE. rathskellers, room additions, attics finished. Spanbauer, 4607 8. 38th, FL 2-5339.

REMODELING or new; residential or commercial; fully insured: FHA. GEORGE BRUSCA, builder 1727 Dyer HA 8-8557 WRIGHT CARPENTER Contractor 1473 Kingsland, PA 5-7750. PORCHES and Stairs; job too small. Frank Young, 2614A MeNair. PR 3-6646.

CARPENTER, concrete, aluminum paneling. AKINS EV 5-9259 1560 Valle CONCRETE, CEMENT WORK 46 FOUNDATIONBAsem*nT REPAIRS Hydraulic pumping raises slabs, driveways, porches, walks, fills below grade cracks, expands soil. Basem*nt leaks stopped. Guaranteed, Reference furnished. City and County, NEW WALLS CO.

7365 Olive BI. VO 3-0555 CEMENT work of all kinds, basem*nt and gutter cleaning. Elisworth. PR 1-7419. 3145 Texas STEPS.

Porches, Patios, Driveways, walks: bonded, insured. Jack McMullen, 3225 Alfred. PR 6-3499 CONCRETE SLABS raised, leveled, voids filled. work: bonded. BOYD 6310 Northwood PA 5-3607 SAGGING floors leveled with steel I-beams.

Basem*nt walls cemented. waterproofed. Art Sons. 3809 California MO 4-5034. ELECTRIC WIRING, ETC.

50 GARNER ELECTRIC; wiring, of all types: free estimates. TW 2-5939. 2965 Annunciation. TOBIN ELECTRIC house and mercial wiring installed and repaired: city and county: free esti. mates, 3328 N.

Mnth. CE 1-1163 ORR ELECTRIC: commercial, residential, since 1907: rehabilitation and condemn work also. 3225 S. Grand. PR 6-1100 FLOORING AND TILE 53 PARK Floor refinished special rates.

6132 Victoria. MI 7-0036. GARAGE DOORS 54G GARAGE door operators, radio controlled garage doors; aluminum, fiberglass, wood and steel. Alterations. Comfort Products 3815 Laclede.

FR 1-1455, night VO 3-9220. GARAGE DOORS, all sizes: door guaranteed Call 5 years, Garages made longer. any time, LEN 2620 Ave EV 3-2655 SALE; vear-end clearance: all doors reduced, near wholesale: installation and service guaranteed, Missouri Valley Door, 6253 Natural Bridge. TE 1-6711. Sell things through a POST-DISPATCH WANT AD.

Call MA 1-6666.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri (2024)

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