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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - April 17, 1952, Troy, Illinois iroy trib une A progressive paper in a progressive town April 1952 Volume Number 16 1 Briefs and James Smith and and and Peter en were guests of and Harry Potts and sons of new beautiful 16stool coun carbonic has been installed at Drug Store counter replaces the smaller nter and tables which were the east wall of the build and ned last week from a trip rough the of and Beutel were and rf of Highland 1 and James Fischer daughter Kathy Lynn of Troy Red Birds Open Season Sunday Big Celebration Planned The Troy Birds will raise the curtain Sunday on the 1952 South western Illinois League play at the Hartman Dia revamped Rod Birds will be managed by ami A celebration will he held before the with Mayor Moore tossing the first Other first round games will be heid Sunday with East Louis travelling to Wood Carpenter to Glen Madison playing Monsanto at East and Collinsville entertaining Kd new store front on the Dry Goods and Furniture with the new being They cave their grand opening in s near music and drama P Program will be presented April at 8 the Troy Public of the of at is spending his Cation in Troy with his and John Earl Rounds and been the guests of and Martin of and of Rounds par Lee Rounds of Musical Program Set For Friday Afternoon Principal William Freeman is extending an invitation to all parents and to the public to at tend a musical program at the Troy Public School Friday after at Students from the fifth and sixth grades will take Charles Cordeal is in charge of the There is no admission charge and everyone is urged to Lydia Wehmeyer Dies Saturday Evening Lydia a res ident of died at Josephs Hospital in Highland April 1952 at She had been illand in the hos pital about toil The remains were at the Edwards Funeral Home until April then in state at Pauls Lutheran Church until 2 when services were conducted by Fred Wehmeyer was born near Troy January She was the daughter of the late William and Mary Langreder She was married Thanksgiving 1902 to William Wehmeyer of They lived on a farm south of Jacob until the death of Weh meyer in after which Wehmeyer moved back to Wehmeyer was a member of Pauls Church and the Ladies Aid Survivors are one daughter Hueser of Troy one son Norman Wehmeyer of Edwarda ville two Amanda of Troy and Clara Luker of Collinsville two brothers Edward and Louis with whom she of Troy and four Interment was in the Lutheran Bonding Representative To Advise Monday On Securing More Third Son Born To and McDowell Announcing the arrival of their third son March 31 at are and Leland The baby weighed seven ounces and has been named Richard The are the parents of two older and and Droy laat week and Announce First Child and Victor of East Louis are announcing the birth of their first April Victor William was born at Marys Hospital and weighed seven is the son of Bin of Baby Daughter Born To and John Wilhelm and John Wilhelm are announcing the birth of a daugh ter April at Hospital in East St weighed nine ounce and is Five Grade Children To Attend Clinic Five grade school children will attend a Grade School band clinic Saturday at the West Junior High School in Those attending from Troy and their instruments are Dorothy clarinet Elvera trumpet Nancy Charles their will accompany The group will give a concert in the evening and the public is invited to Troy Elects And Installs New Officers The Troy As sociation elected and installed new officers at their meeting Wednesday March New officers are George president Thomas vice president Doris secret ary and Verona treas These new officers met at the school Monday April and named Jack Gilbreath as program chairman Harold Gind radio chairman and David publicity ADDITIONAL POLIO CONTRIBUTORS Local Polio Chairman Vorhees Cohley has announced three late contributions to the Polio are Troy Grain Methodist aim Parents Asked To Register School Children All parents of children who will be six years of age on or before December are asked to register their children at the Troy Public School on May between and Parents should accompany their child and also bring birth certifi cate showing that sixth birthday occurs on or before December Mary first grade will be in charge of the If for any reason the parent or child is unable to be present at that time please notify grade school principal or Fred It is essential that every child be reg in order to have adequate facilities when school opens in Former Resident Dies in Illinois Funeral services were held April at for William Van Hooser who died April Van a former resi dent of Troy died at the Odd Fellows Old Folks Home in Matoon Illinois whore he lived past five He was born in New July 1882 but spent most of his life in He was a farmer by Services were held at the Ed wards Funeral Howard Johnson Interment was in Friedens Ceme tery under the auspices the Neil son Lodge Number of which he was a The Troy City Council was stumped again Monday night ina special meeting as the represent ative from the bonding company balked on supplying more money on the sewerage The city needs approximately more to complete the system in the Taylor additon and on Windy and about to connect the new lines to the property The city has a potentiality of about available on gen eral obligation but not suf ficient funds to finish the sewer They are working on the pos of combining the new water bonds and the sewerage bonds and securing the additional funds that The representative of the bond ing company recommends the city defer action on bids on the house service connections and on the proposed water system until he contacts bondholders for their The council will meet next Monday night in a special session to act on the School Election Draws Twentyfour Voters Election of school board mem bers of Troy Community Unit 3 was held Only the two present members were on the ballot and were elec Oscar Buescher of Pin Oak Township and James Gerste necker of Jarvis Twentyfour votes were and all twentyfour cast votes for the two Ella Auwater has returned to her home here in Troy after spending the winter with the
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