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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - July 3, 1952, Troy, Illinois Jroy itrib une progressive paper in a progressive town July 1952 Volume Number 27 Briefs Alvin Kueker are their daughter and son and Arlyn Heu They la while in Hot pL Wetzel is visiting with her son and Harold I tad Grieve is home on leave North Caro which he expects to a three months cruise to 1 Former Resident Dies in Louis Monday Funeral services were held for Otto who died at his home in Mondayt June whose death was sudden and unexpected was a former resident of He was born February south of Troy to the late and Martin He lived in Troy until he was a young man when he moved to He was in World War 1 and served over For a number of years he has been caretaker of the Turner Hall in Fred Kassing Dies Saturday Morning Fred Kassing of a retired died at his home JDune who was born in November was eightyfive seven months and one He had lived in this vicinity for a number of years and was a lifelong member of Pauls Evangelical and Reformed Church on Bluff Road where he served in a number of Remains were at the Edwards Funeral until 11 Mon June then in state at Pauls Evangelical Bluff where services were conducted at 2 A brief service was conducted at the Edwards Funeral Home Monday morning before going to the Evangelical Church on Bluff Mornhinweg Survivors are his the former Miss Anna Klingmann three Hilbert of Collins Arnold and Fred of Troy two Herman Stec kert of Miss Elsie Kassing of Troy and two grand Jerry Steckert and Gayle One pre ceded him in Interment was in Paul fc Fred Polwort are vacation to Walter L Zielonko will Monday for Fort Sam to serve in the that was believed to be killed Monday evening Waiter The dog wwre community in It was the four Molden attended a re at the Jefferson class of Medical Seh Saturday Floyd meeting and barbfecue Club at Remains were at the Edwards Funeral Home until Wed then in Friedens Evangelical Church until 2 when services were con Mornhinweg Survivors are one Edward Ida Glen Carbon three and Deno his twin of Louis one Anna Gindler and one Edward preceded him in Burial was in Johns Cem etery in He was listed in a Louis paper as a victim of the heat Walter Kurts in their Funds Being Raised For Stricken Troy Child Funds are being raised for little Leo son of Mabel Leo was stricken with paral ysis on March 1951 and has been in a St Louis hospital until returning home The equipment tor his care is very expensive and funds are being received at the various bus iness places for those desiring to The Liona Chjb has alread pur chased a hospital for sod Ttlden Manley the fcmaral of uv Louis June Hoover war Esther In Chicago Esther wife of Oscar at Booth Hospital in Chicago Thurs June where she been a patient since January Gilbertson lived in Troy about thirty years ago and will be remembered by her friends as Esther Funeral services were held at Grein Fun eral June 1952 at 2 Survivors are Oscar one Leon Cal her Eliza beth three Walter Kate Tony Lena Albert Viola and five George and Gilbert Howard Lee Allen and Ben Tow anda one grandson Ronald Chicago and a number of nieces and Interment was in Memorial Park Mayor Moore Mayor R Moore To Reenter Business Field Troys is actively engaged in business After an absence of two and onehalf years while leasing the Troy Hotel and grocery store to Harry Moore has re possessed his lease and took over the business affecive July Moore had previously operated the business at that location for 20 The Swansons have purchased the business formerly operated by Louis and Earl Young and Elizabeth Snodgrass were guests at a gettogether and picnic last Wednesday evening at Monks The occasion was given in honor of and Kilburo Kicks and Pat and Mike of South Hicks is a son of and James Hicks of Collinsville and a grand son of The fourth annual free chest Funeral Services Held For Groner Infant Private funeral services were held June for Jane Lynn baby daugh ter of and Charles Groner of Wilson Jane Lynn was born at St Marys Hospital in East June 16 and died Wed nesday June Remains were at the Edwards Funeral Home where services were conducted Friday Mornhinweg Burial was in the Evangelical dnicted in Madison County and will be in Troy This anual casefinding program of the TB Association is the most important activity for which the funds from the Christntas Seal Sale are It is veys such as these that unsus pected cases of tuberculosis can be found in Madison County and steps take to cure these thus stopping the spread of their disease to others around This year a mobile Xcray unit has been brought into the county by the TB It is fur nished by the National Xray of with whom thV local Association has a Funds the Christmas Seal sale make ibis service You can help make JhiSsurfey a success by having a chest Xray yourself and urge those you know to have All adults over 15 years of age are welcomed In Troy the Xray Cruiser bus will be parked near the Bank on Saturday morning July The hours will be from 10 to 11 The time is limited so be sure to arrange to be there for your annual Troy Drops Twin Bill To Sunday After taking two knockout blows on the chin last 21 in 10innings to ad the Troy Red Birds will clash with Monsanto Chemicals on the Hartman Diamond Sundayr tough luck loser to will face the Chemicals and Gene The Red after bowing to 21 in 10 innings on John Enloes long homer which broke up a brilliant pitchers duel fell apart and were throttled in the The nightcap was all Edwards ville as they unloaded 10 hits good for 11 runs in the first five Guests of the Wakelands are their son and and John Joanne and Connie of Michigan and their daughter i of fflto who are and Leo Van1 Geison and Carol Aan and Arriving Wednesday from Kansas were another daughter and her and Richard Smith and i to spend the rest of the week with the and wcome of gueita of and other Sewerage Inspection Makes Rapid Progress Frank resident engineer on the sewerage has com pleted the inspection of the sew erage lines in the east end of Official word was expected Tuesday from the city officials to allow the citizens to tap into the Only a small number of feet are yet to be installed in the former city the sections recently added to the city will receive Guiests of the and Ottwein families over last week end were Ludwig and Virginia of Jefferson and Milton Voss and of and William Becker of Pine and Mrs Louis Becker and Ronald iand Marge Delgman and Ted of
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