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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - June 26, 1952, Troy, Illinois troy trib une progressive paper in a progressive town Leeds Watson Elected To Read Lions Club Leeds local lumber has elected to head the activities of the Troy Lions Club for the next He suc John Other offices filled at the re cent election were first vice president second vice president Arthur third vice presi dent Ray secretary and Les Merrill Kueker was reelected Tail Twister and Freeman Porter is the Lion Tamer for the Oscar G i n d 1 e announced plans were rolling for the celebration and Walter Kurtz and John parade told the club that 16 floats were promised for the Bands and drum corps are also June 1952 Volume Number 26 tl Briefs Wiesemeyer underwent at the Veterans Hospital Little address of John Schul is San Diego Henry who has a patient at Josephs pital in Highland is now at George who was injured recently in an to expects to under surgery at Josephs and Ben Faye and Lynn back from a vacation trip to On their the Zenks at Michigan to visit Gene guests of and Gerstenecker were Roy Gerstenecker of who is in at Fort W promoted Mrs f smens Pair at the VFW mile east of Edwards 28 and on page val Schmitt and Robert and County Red Cross Campaign Report Given The 1952 fund drive of the Madison County Ameri can Red netted a total of announced This amount represents 83 per cent of the original In was collected during the All other outlying branches of the county chapter contributed The 1952 total represents ap proximately a per cent in crease collections in when was In contri buted and the outlying branches of the The branches iii the chapter and their contributions Al Glen Moro Marine New and HighFlying Red Birds Host To Edwardsville The Troy Red leaders in the Red Division will play host to VFW Braves in a Sunday at the Moon light one mile west of in the Southwestern Illinois InterCity Baseball The first game will start at 1 Young Ed Granite City high school will pitch one of the and Bruce Mc Intosh will work for Five runs in the first ngs was all that Cook needed to down last Cook waa tagged for five two of which were doubles in the eigh fanned passed and was in real danger in the eighth when Leonard Scheibal and Les Muel ler opened with successive doub but Cook put on the lid at point and fanned the next batters to end the friendly Gibson Galeener Earl Lewis Services Held or Malinda wife of Oscar died Josephs Hospital in June 1962 at who was a life long resident of this had been a patient in the hospital three She was born in Jarvis town September 1881 to the late and Henry April 1908 she was married to Oscar Gornet of Gornet was a member of Pauls Lutheran a lifetime member of the Lutheran Ladies Aid and a member of the Lutheran Womens Missionary The remains were at the Ed Funeral Home until 12 oclock June 24 then in state at Pauls Luth eran Church until 2 when services were Fred Beversdorf Survivors are her husband two William Flor ence Reiss of Darwin Gladys Heckle of Collinsville one Wil liam Anna Wittman of Merce Texas five H Taake of Henry Taake of J Erwin Taake of Mis Harry and William Taake of Troy grandchildren Richard and Linda Reiss of and a num be of nieces and Interment was Friedens Expected Soon Former Trojan By National Company An announcement has been made recently of the promotion of Earl advertising mana ger of the Products Com to a newlycreated position in the firms sales where he will be in charge of special the son of and Thomas Lewis of has head ed the companys advertising act for the past two He assumes his new duties July After attending the Lutheran Grade School and High he graduated from the University of His the former Miss Edith of also attended he Uni versity of The couple has one and make their home in Dairy Herd Club Twenty two cows from Madison County earned the honor of mem in the 500Pound fat Club last according to Farm Adviser Truman Dairymen with one or more 500pound cows last year are Harold Edwin Schumach Leo Albert Samuel Milton Elmer Orville Oliver Henry Earl Gansmann and Clyde The 500pound Club includet all cows enrolled in state dairy herd improvement last year produced in The city council held a special meeting Thursday night to dis cuss the sewerage system in The system is nearing comple and since the city engineer has been off the job due to a contract the lines that are completed have not been inspected and The east end of Troy is completed ready for The lines are to be inspected before sewer age is allowed into the disposal The council decided to con tact the State Department of Health in regard to inspecting the State Health Representative Golly from Springfield was in Troy Monday to speak with the city officials and he advised them that the state was only interest ed in the sewerage after it is processed in the disposal and that the city would have to inspect their sewer Mayor Moore was attempting to contact Edward city en to ask him to send his resident Frank who has been on the job since its on title job to complete the Following inspection and val of the the house con can be hooked up to the main sewer The council wanted it made plain at their special meeting that the ordinance condemning other disposal systems would be ced and every house must be hooked to the new city sewerage Trojan Family United In Troy Over WeekEnd Adda Matthews and her had a family their home Suir Those present were and Paul Ritcher and daugh Paula and Susan and Rossiter and Dick and Ray Matthews Ella Auwarter and Frank Paul Ritcher and his family are on their way from to where Ritcher will assume his duties as head of the Depart ment at Oregon State College in Rossiter is principal of the Davenport Grade School at Eur The dau who was unable to be is at the Egyptian Music where she will toe in an operetta and will come to Troy following the Paul Ritcher and formerly Mary are child ren of Ritcher and the late Bertha Mattie Edna Absher of New and and Lester Kinder of Troy were of and Morrison Jimmie and Barbie of Webster The Union Youth Fellowship will meet on the Uwn of the Dull Saturday and Esenberg Leave For Indiana and Leonard Esenberg left Troy last week to make their home in Indiana where be with Wesly Mattox in a combination Cabin restaurant and filling Their place of business will be known as The Oaks and is located 52 near The Executive committee ana the Program chairmen of the Troy Womans Club met Friday evening at the home of the Presi Earl Plans are suggestive of an interesting year The first meeting of the year will be in
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