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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - April 3, 1952, Troy, Illinois to J une A progressive paper in a progressive town April 1952 Volume Number 14 il Briefs American Legion Auxiliary meet Tuesday April i their regular meeting I members are unred to jRasmussen of was at ot Minnie and Al Kichter of Col Ue and ami Melvin ti visited with and Sefton of Elizabeth Siiodgrass is a guest of her son and and Floyd jind Elaine of Richardson of the Baptist Church has been as pijstor of the Meadow frta Church m Union Easter Services Planned By Churches Union Services will be by he four participating churches during the week preceding All thf services will be held at he Presbyterian Tuesday hrough Friday beginning at 30 The schedule is as in cluding the sponsoring church nnd heir the speaker for that evening Robert Walker Evan gelical and Mornhiuweg Howard Johnson and John Everyone in the community ia invited to these Lyons visited with his and Fred weekenroute to Chicago from a vacation in Augustine is pic n the March issue of the Milk along with members of the Board of for and William od enroute to a business visited and Satur Md Duaae sons of Harold have to Western Military in Alton after spending spring vacation in Fred Norbury jana Bertha Hart and and 1 Frangen were week of the Harts in VOTE Von City Hall Lease The Troy city council convened for a special meeting Monday night for the purpose of opening sealed bids on the house service connec tions and on the proposed water The bids are being tabulated by the city engineer aad the resulting low bids will be announced in weeks The council also announced that they are now receiving money for the sewer house service The fee is and is payable at the City Clerks The Troy city council also met in a special meeting Saturday after noon to discuss the lease of the city hall building with representatives of the Kroger The present lease with the Kroger Company expires in November and a new figure was The present rate is a and the council asked The building was recently gutted by fire and has been renovated to allow business to operate but the company ia waiting for a new lease before stocking the store decision was reached between the although the councjJ agreed to settle for while the Kroger Company offered A decision is expected to be reached this Saturday Evening Fiurm Estimated Damage LifeLong Troy Henry Dies Early Monday Morning Henry lifelong resident of died of compli cations at Josephs Hospital in March 1952 at He had been ill and a patient in the hospital nine Remains were at the Edwards Funeral Home until noon Wednes April then in state at Friedens Evangelical Church until 2 when services were conduc and Frey Announce Baby Boy and Ottmar Frcy are the parents of a seven pound three ounce son born March 26 at Josephs Hospital in High The baby has been named An thony Charles and has two older Kent and Morhinweg officiated He was born in June 188 to the late Henry and Barbara Wittman His marriage to Anna Kirsch who died December took place in January Until retiring approximately ele ven years Gindler ha spent his entire life in genera He was a member of the Friedens Evangelical Church here in Survivors are one Irene Troy four Oscar and Troy OFallen Collinsville one Storm two Theresa Stein meyer and Mary Dollinger of Ten grand children and a number of nieces and Burial was in Johns Evan gelical Cemetery in A fire resulting in about damage summoned the Trey to the William Link arm one mile north of Troy Sat urday evening at 8 A granary was completely leveled and the worth of new and a considerable amount of corn and soybeans was The cause of the fire is believed be spontaneous combustion as the building was enveloped in flames and it is not electrically Workers had last been in the building at where they were piling The lumber stored the barn was to be used in further remodeling of the where extensive remodeling has already been The is owned by William and is occupied by him and his Link is credit man ager for Sears and East He purchased the farm two and onehalf years ago from The building was partially cover by Union Youth Services Get Encouraging Start The new Union Youth Services got off to a good start Saturday night at the Methodist All Troy churches were Approximately 70 young people were in attendance including young people from Granite Livingston and After a half hour of the group heard a talk by James Townsend of Fol lowing the talk they played games and other recreation in the church Lunch was served by the the Methodist Youth Fellow The next youth service will be held April at the Baptist Due to the fact so many young people expressed their enjoyment of the a special invitation is extended to all the young people in the area to join this fellowship with their Savior and fellow Christian young Post Office Gives Air Mail Procedure Assistant Postmaster Virgil Geb hart hns announced a change in postal An airmail seas package must not weigh over 2 The post office maintains a sep erate pouch for airmail delivery and when it reaches the Louis station after being picked up here in Troy at it is sent directly to the Senior Class Play Given To Large Audience Friday The Senior class of McCray Dewey High School presented the three act Out of This World Friday night at the audi The cast was listed in a previous edition of the Cath erine Cox was director and Ted Fedder and Darwin Siegel served as Between acts the audience entertained by the girls glee club and the boys glee both under the direction of Charles Approximately 245 people were in Just My Vote Thomas John Guennewig b Born Monday An eight four baby boy was born to and William at Josephs i n March The baby was named Thomas The Guennewigs have two older a Billy and a dau Howard paitor of returned home How many times have you Just my one vote wont amount to much I Picture a harmonious with 80 presenting a melo dious rendition of n difficult suppose one violinist decides he isnt heard so his bow is while the strains continue to swell the opera Then another violinist gets the same then then soon the depth and beauty of the group Picture a strong with full democratic When every one works and shoulders the nation governing Then one citizen becomes decides he isnt noticed or particularly Then then and the group strength is When responsibility is centered in a small group or a limited number people are given an oveabundance of human weakness often creeps Selfishness often replaces brotherly The responsibility for voting squarely rests on the shoulders of every There are many and slightly varying estimates of the percentage of eligible voters who have cast their ballots in recent but it is clear that the figure ia Every citixen can meet that A in the election fi also a vote for democracy and fhere IponsibUity that goes with A vote how may protect your chanee to vote Five Students Receive Perfect Report Cards Superintendent Fred Wake land has announced the following quarter honor Those receiving all A s were Sharon Arthur JaneEllen Those receiving honorable men tion with no grades below were Arnold Karol Koe June Mary Jo Ruth Shirley Frieda Donald Cha rles Doris Dorothy Mary Ellen Lynn Sally Jo Ann Shirley Naomi Joan dore Fedderr Bonnie James Harold Those receiving an 85 average with no grade below were Rochelle Esther Baumgart Leonard Melvin Ralph Edward Hoiidiauser Sylvia Myrna Dale Robert Dar lene Betty Jo Marion Glenda Roberta Elroy Joanne Buddy Bernice Allan Milton Arthur Marlin Gladys June Hochuli Melvin Ronald Dolores Rodger Wag and Yvonne TOtJ Baby Daughter Born To and Klueter and Fremont Klueter have announced the arrival of a March Jana Lynn weighed nine three ounces and was born at Josephs Hospital in and Klueter have two older Attend Banqpet and Paul jQlinton Bogier and John Metsger of Iffinou r fSe 200th Anniversary banquet of the Insurance Tneeday Tto bwquot wai HsV
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