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   Troy Call (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Troy, Illinois                                other no matter how big or greatt gives you at Much newt of Troy and vicinity Call For this If no you should THE TROY CALL Independent In All Things and Devoted to the Advancement of Home flThe date opposite your name on the margin or wrapper of The Call indicates the time to which your subscription Is Look at It TWENTYTHIRD JUNE EIGHT PAGES DRIVE SM CAMPAIGN FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS IS NOW Madison Countys Quota and Troys A countrywide campaign for the sale of War Stamps begins today and will continue for the next several Madison countys quota in the drive has been placed at and of this amount the county has credit for the sum of ap proximately for stampsal ready sold by banks and Charles Boeschenstein of Edwards who is chairman for Madison has announced the quotas for various parts of the county which are as follows including Alham including the city Fort including Bethal including Hamel including part of Highland including part of including including Grantfork including Marine including Moro New including New Douglas including Livingston and including Worden and Prairietown including Jacob including Mitqhell Pin Oak including Wood Fosterburg ittfojftag aryVille Including Granite and Madison which Comiquet declared he was un able to pay and his membership and insurance policy was maintained that he was 35 years of age and his declared he was A church record was then referred to through Christian Gritz of East Louis who found Comiquet was born March and was christened in July qf the same This would establish his correct age as 34 his last The church record satisfied the Exemption Board who declared the charge unfounded and ordered the release of Total BOYS GO TO CAMP TAYLOR 104 Who Left Edwardsville Monday Were All TROY ITALIANGETS IN BAD Dofninick Coma Charged With Inter fering With Dominick an Italian miner who resided in the Krieger was arrested last week on a charge of interfering with thedraft and threat ening to blow up members of the local miners committee whom he said were meddling with his Deputy Sheriff Vernon Coons ar rested Coma and took him to Edwards ville where he was given a hearing last Saturday after which a federal him to Springfield that The charge against Coma for in terfering with the draft grew out of disapperance here last week of Gall and both 21 years of who boarded with Coma who is believed to have assisted the two young men in getting Coma is known to have drawn the pay of the two men at the Donk mine and author ities believe he is aware of their pres ent It was while the miners committee were investigating the idissappearance of Gali and Zircea that ThomasNor bury and Tony Mersinger overheard remark that the pit com mittee would be blown up if they continued to meddle with his Norburyand Mersinger were sum moned to Springfield this week to testify in the case against Coma but the outcome has not yet been One hundred and four selected men for army all from District 1 Of Madison depart from Edwardsville Monday morn ing at 7 ojclock on a cpecial train over the Clover Leaf railroad for Camp The contingent went to East Louis where they were join ed by others from the two districts of Madison county and departed from there on a special train of fifteen cars over picking up another contingent at pastor of the First Baptist churchof accom panied the Madison county boys for the Lunchwas served enroute to the soldiers from the din ing car attached to the train and when North Vernon was reached sup per was served them by the Red Cross of that The arrival at Camp Taylor was at and all the boys were in fine spirits and eager to get into the The exemption board of District 1 a call last week from Spring fled for volunteers for train ing and four young mien They were Reinemer of Pocahdn Charles Graham of Orville Harris of Alhambra John Kelley of New the men will be to the Rae Automobile School in Kansas City this AMONG CHURCH AND SOCIETY News and Other Notes of Religious The Ladies Aid Society of the church will meet at the home of Wild next Wednesday The Womens Missionary Society will meet with George Morriss at oclock next Friday July A review of the Study Book on Africa will be had with Percy Wilkinson as lead The Baptist ladies will also serve a George the convert ed Buddist of and an exsaioonkeeper of who is conducting a series of revival meet ings at Braners will deliver a lecture on Booze Saturday evening at 7 and on Sunday afternoon at will hold a meeting for men The subject for the latter lecture will be The Under ARRESTED ON FALSE CHARGE Charles rect Age t Released When Cor mes Known Charles better knpwn as Charles was arrested at his home here byDeputy Sheriff Vernon Cocjis and taken to EdwArdsville on a charge of failing to legister for the army After the case was given a hearing before the Exemption Comiquet was released and re turned to his home Ffbin whfit can be learned of the affair the incidents leading up to the matter are as follows Comiquet is a Frenchman and came here from French Village In St Glair county about a year Last June he join Modern Woodmen order and in way his age was recorded as 29 When tWs error discover ed claimed he was This called a higher lodge HELP STOP THIS BUY on June of is with Troy rela was a recent STATES ATTORNEY STREUBER IS BEATEN AND of Mitchell Avenges Closing of Fred formerly proprie tor of a notorious resort at assaulted States Attorney Joseph Streuber Monday afternoon in the latters office in the court house at Ed wardsville and the states attorney was struck several blows end kicked in the EVENTS IN BOTH PAST AND The Comings and Goings of Visitors Duly Eversull Briegel The marriage of Miss Mildred Lucille Briegel of to Frank Lissenden pastor of the Presbyterian church and principal of the McCrayDewey township high school of this was a happy nup Hackenthal harbored a grudge I tial event which took place yesterday against States Attorney Streuber be afternoon at 4 oclock at the home of cause the latter was instrumental in j the brides and closing h8 He of the in The couple drafted men to go to Camp entered the parlor to the strains of Tuesday and apparently bided Lohengrins Wedding executed his time for the He went to on the piano by Miss Ruth a BRIEF NEWS Happenings and Gossip Boiled Down for Easy August Trost has purchased a hand some new Elcar from the local and Williamson and family have moved here from Van and have taken up resi dence with Emaline The executive committee of the Womens Council of Defense will meet Monday evening at 7 oclock in the Red Cross rooms in the Auwarter An automobile belonging to Bert Dugger and driven by Gene was overturned last Saturday evening on The car was damaged but the oc cupants escaped with only a fe slight Edwardsville Monday afternoon and sister of the and stood before an altar of palms and where Howard Billman of East Louis performed the double ring torney and after striking him several j The bride was attired in kicked him in the face making I a suit of serge and was attend an ugly Hackenthal is i ed by her Miss Hilda Stein said to have been reaching for his hip of who wore a gown of blue found the states attorney in his of After starting an Hackenthal attacked the states at pocket when Floyd a The groom was attended by his interfered and the latter was then Hackenthal made his escape and Harry immediate relatives Only of the bridal luauo i couple witnessed the Pol succeeded in evading deputy sheriffs i lowing the wedding an elaborate stfp until Tuesday morning when he boardj per was after which the couple came to Troy and went to their home ed the train which him to Camp Following the alterca in the Presbyterian They the states attorney secured a will spend next week at Piasa after warrant for Hackenthal on the simple I which they will motor to charge of assaujt with intent to do to visit with relatives of the A brief letter from Mar formerly pastor of the Troy Presbyterian who has been re siding in New York City for past states that he is now located temporarily at his formerly wh IB pro fession at Marshalls ad dress is 429 East End For for aulo IStt bodily but it has been intimated that there will be another chapter to the story when the case is investigat ed by the grand This is the second time the states been assaulted within a The other instance was when he was attacked and knocked down by Sheriff Jenkins who was disqualified from acting the Prager lynching Building and Loan At the annual meeting of the Troy and Homestead held Tuesday the following officers were elected for the ensuing year president vice president George and groom and will be at home to friends here after August The bride is an attractive and accomplished young a graduate of the Columbia high school and has been a teacher in the public school there for the past two She possesses a pleasing sonality and Is quite well known in Troy by reason of frequent visits here in the The groom is a son of and Eversull of East Louis and came two years ago from Columbia where he was prin cipal of the high school for several He is a capable and amiable young man and popular among The many Troy friends of the couple extend hearty congratulations and trust that the future will enfold for them a happy and prosperous Personal Miss Hannah Morgan Is sojourning with Louis relatives this Lester Kinder and son are visiting with relatives in Maggie of is making a visit with Mrs Lucy Snodgrass visited with relatives in Louis several days this Miss Bertha Herbst visited with Collinsville and Louis relatives the past son and Miss Mary Kolb were Louis vis itors Miss Irma spending a vacation tives and Carl Emery guest of and Harley Wilson at East John of was a Sunday guest of her John Kelly and Miss Aline of visited with and Preston and family several Frank Bour was over from Belle ville several days visiting with his mother who has been Miss Lucy of was a guest at the country home of Miss Viola Watt several John Wyatt and of were Wednesday guests of and Frank Elizabeth Frangen and daugh Miss are here from Louis visiting with and John Feldmeier and and John Deimling and son motored to Louis and Emil Lebeque and of Sundayed with and Philip Stock and Misses Essie Edwards and Georgia Anderson have gone to Corbondale to attend the Southern Illinois norma and Hugh Hoskinson and with and Forbes McCain this and John Schaffer and of were Sunday guests of and Peter Aebel and Effie of was a guest of and Cramer and and John Collins several Miss Mae Taylor was here from Louis Sunday visiting with her and James Tay and other Dave of Sundayed with relatives in Troy and was accom panied home by his wife and daughter who were visiting Maynard Joseph and of spent several days here this week with the formers August and Bornemann and children motored out from Louis Sunday and spent the day with and Miller and and Julius Hackmann and John Hackmann and Miss Hilda of CreVe were Sunday guests of and August and Dip pel and daughter Miss also Robert of were Sunday guests of and Dippel at the Evangelical and Ed for mer visited with Troy relatives several They have been residing in Missouri but will again take up residence in East Miss Minnie Riggin went to Louis Wednesday and was accom panied home by her who has been at Anthonys hospi tal for the past several weeks under going treatment for nervous and Jgsephus Porter and daughter Lorene and Julius Neubauer and and George Giger and son spent Sunday last with and Hillory Heck at Glen Carbon It SCHOOL OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF REG ULAR JUNE Schedule and Bills and Routine June The board of education met in regu lar session on the above date President Dawson in the chair and all members Formal opening had and the minutes of the previous regular and special meetings read and Final report of Liermann and his application for reappointment as dental supervisor were read and on motion of seconded by the same were Applications of Bess Davy and Snodgrass for appointment as census enumerator were read and bal loted Miss Davy received a ma jority of all the votes cast and was declared The house and grounds submitted picnic proceeds and expense data and reported an understanding had with Donk Coal Coke that the school be supplied with lump Moved by seconded by that the report of the com mittee be received motion The finance committee reported favorably on schedules and bills as follows principal 00 Mamie teacher 6050 Miss Elsie MissGrace Miss Margie Miss Maude teacher Miss Bernice Adda teacher truant officer Miss Cleda librarian Mm Jaiatr 5775 5500 5500 5500 55 00 6325 15 00 5 00 Bfkngen PorterMotter wall pictures 1932 Welch diplomas 16 lettering diplo mas 6 Southern Illinois Light Power lights and wiring Jacob 3 00 StolzeTrares Lumber sup 270 Moved by seconded by that the report of the finance committee be accepted and the several claims paid as recommended all voting Principal Anderson recommended the tracing of mfssing library books and the collection of outstanding His school report for the past month was also submitted and read afe follows Number of males 121 number of females otal number of pupils 239 rand total days 4177 average daily 194 cases of 10 number on honor Moved by sec onded by that report of the principal be motion Moved by Thompson seconded by that Janitor Simpson be provided with a scythe and hand sickle for lawn mowing purposes motion Proposition to dispose of discarded school desks to afford space for fuel storing was heard and discussed but not acted President Dawson complimented the arrangement committee on the success of the annual school picnicY Meeting declared Stork and Humble an nounce the arrival of another son at their home this and Jackson are rejoicing since Monday evening over the arrival of an infant son at their A daughter was born Tuesday to and Frank Wilson of Beards town at the home of Wilsons and in this Lost articles can usually be recov ered if advertised in The AIRPLANE FELL AT JACOB Machine Wrecked But Aviator Es capes Without I V u 3 One of the three airplanes from Scott Field which appeared over Troy Thursday fell on the Porter farm four miles south of Jacob and was considerably The avia tor escaped without a Motor trouble was said to be the News that the plane had fallen soon reached Jacob and many people went out to In its descent machine struck a tree which considerable damage and it alighted squarely between other planes which were flying in the came down and after the pilots had looked over the situation they proceeded on to Scott Field report the A motor trw and mechanics were dispatched the field and by 12 oclock the plane had been dismantled and its way back to the v   

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