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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - September 11, 1969, Troy, Illinois Illinois State Historical Library 62706 trib une a progressive paper id a progressive town Savings Loan Officers To Attend Convention Niedringhaus secre Dull and directors of Troy Savings and Homestead and secretary and Jewel president of United Savings and all of to join other top executives in the sav ings and loan industry at the 90th Annual Convention of the Illinois Savings and Loan League being held in the Chase Park Plaza September The program this year is aimed at providing convention September 1969 Volume Number 37 delegates fresh techniques and solutions to problems hope a view into the future of the business of home financing and The opening break fast conference and all general sessions will be presided over by Chester president of the League and Liberty Savings and Loan Association of Chi Five Apprehended by Local Police Two Recent Burglaries Solved Two solved re cently by the Troy Police Chief with cooperation of the Glen Carbon police Early Wednesday September Catholic Church in Jack was bro ken into and Chief of Police Bob Gereau and two county deputies an swered the call jmd went to the Entrancehad been gained by pryingopen the side and the churchs tabernacle and a crucifix were Later in the about Lens Gulf Service Station west of town on Route 162 was reported Entrance here had been made through Troy Methodists To Have Lay Witness Weekend The Troy United Methodist Church will conduct a Weekend of Lay Witness September 19 to On the a group of laymen from the Flora Meth odist Church will speak about their Lay Witness On the a noon luncheon will be served in the Educational Merrill Ottwein will The public is On the Ernest Teagel will speak in the regular morning worship serv The public is cordially in vited to Completes Basic Leigh Ann Frey Born Thursday and Kent Frey of Troy are announcing the birth of their first a born September 1969 at Elizabeths Hospital in Granite The baby weighed seven six ounces and has been named Leigh The mother is toe former Nancy daughter of and Upton Gardner of Twin Paternal grandparents are and Ottmar of Completes Course Aviation Electricians Mate Third Class Dale son of and War ren Westfall of Troy and husband of the former Miss Judy Flath of completed a twoweek Electrical Systems Maintenance course at Naval Air Imperial The course dealt with the electrical systems of the Sea sprite Westfall is now serving with Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Five at the Imperial Beach Michael Spengel Army Private Spen gel has graduated from basic training at Leonard He is now stationed at Fort for training as a ra dio operator in the armor divi He is the son of and Marvin Spengel of Twin His new address is Michael Spengel Class 7 6th 2nd Bde 40121 Football Season Starts Friday Friday the Triad Knights open their 196970 football season by hosting Van The game is scheduled to start at Coach stated tthat he had 14 returning letterrnen on his Those returning are Don Bill Bruce Bill Bill Lam Wayne Wade Rich Rod Stuart Toney Joe Dennis Oakley and Mike Also added to the Triad squad are several tooys that have transferred to Triad from other Two of the Tom a and Charles a thave had foot ball experience and probably would see quite a bit of action for the Coach Catalpa was especially pleased with the large turnout of He stated there were some 50 excluding fresh that responded to his call for The football coach also com mented that he had plenty of manpower for the but they lacked He felt that the team would perform at its best the last half of the picking up the experience the first Commenting on his Catalpa judging by last years he believed Mad ison would ibe their toughest conference Outside the he considered OFal lon to be one of the toughest teams to Triads freshmen will open their season Septem ber 18 at Register Now For Art Class New Art Classes will begin September These classes will be ably taught by Charles Morris of The course will be taught each week for twelve The last class will be Decemjber The classes will Ibe held in the Council Room of the Troy City Hall from 7 to 10 each The cost of the course is Registrations are toeing ac cepted by Barbara IFlanigan and Ruby Applicants will be considered registered when a the rear door of the La after an inventory had been a list of miscellaneous items were reported as toeing Glen Carbon police contacted Chief Gereau about 10 in quiring as to possible robberies in this as certain items had been found toy them in cluding a Chief Cooper and Officer Miller of Glen Cartoon met with Ge reau that and names of suspects were One the suspects ownedr car of the same make seen a bout midnight at St Johns Some of the items taken were found along Front age Road and old TrOyGlen Cartoon One of the sus pects was reported attempting to sell some of the stolen ar ticles in tiie school he This young man later appear ed in the Glen Carbon station with his mother and after in terrogation by Chiefs Gereau and he confessed and named his four He also revealed the place where the tabernacle had been discard four or five miles from the church near the Madi Glair county Three other suspects also con fessed on The fifth suspect refused to make a statement but was served with a warrant on The tabernacle and crucifix were taken to Madison County Edwardsville to be used check is made payable to Troy Womans Club for atod mailed to Box Illinois For more call 6676230 or This course is open to anyone who is interested in Michael Pense Born Recently and Dorman Pense of Troy are announ cing the birth their first son born August 1969 at Elizabeths The haiby weighed twelve ounces and been named Michael Charles Michael has three sisters 10 and Paternal grandparents are and Dillard Pense of Col The maternal grand father is Glen Smith of OFal jail in Echjjardsyille to be as arid evidence com signed by Judge On Chief Gereau ap peared before the Grand Jury to present the case against the Jive He stated that the officers of the Glen Carbon police depart ment Chief Patrolmen and McGhee were of tremen dous help in solving these Deputy Sheriff Nickolas proyi ded experienced help where Womans Club Meets Thursday The Troy Womans Club will hold its first meeting of the season Septemlber 18 at The meeting will be held at the Methodist Fellowship Charles art instruc will display a painting and talk about All women of especially art students past and present are invited to Magazine Sales Extended Magazine sales at Triad High School has been extended to September Anyone who Wants informa tion or wishes to buy or renew magazines is asked to con tact any high school student or call the high school Profits from sales are to be used to finance student organi Baptized Sunday Michelle infant daugh ter of and Tom Sene czyn of was bap tized in services Sunday ing at Pauls Lutheran Jack Amen offi Sponsors were Virginia Laird and Bill Cora Lockhart was taken from the Anna Henry Nursing Home in Edwardsville to Jo sephs Hospital irt Highland in an Edwards last James Busch Born August 31 and Darrell Busch of Edwardsville are announcing the birth of their first a born August 1969 at Al ton Memorial The baby weighed eight fifteen ounces and has been named James The mother is the former Elizabeth daughter David Dyer Born Recently and Jim Dyer of are announcing the birth of a son born August The batty weighed six ten ounces and has been named David David has a Julia Lynn aged Maternal grandparents are and James Stor now of Union former Troy Paternal grandparents are and Preas Dyer of Troop 38 Plaits Guest Night Boy Scout Troop 38 held ail Overnighter at Dennis September 5 and Highlight of the event was the constructing of a small A combination Guest Night and Court of Honor will be con ducted at the Walter Krauise Rural on September 15 from to A surprise guest will be there and also the Indian which is a part of the A brief report on summer camp will be and prizes will be awarded for audience parti cipation games Refreshments will be served by the of Bertha Kimberlin of NOTICE x There will be refreshments and a Fish Fry for all those who worked In the Legion beer stands at the The fry will be September at As the result of an accident on two miles east of 66 on Martin John Oliver was taken to Josephs Hospital in Highland in an Ed wards The Clines had family reunion Sunday at Monks A basket dinner and supper were served and 96 persons were present to enjoy the Sylvester Stephens of Collins ville was taken to Josephs Hospital in Highland from the scene of an accident on 1 miles east of He was taken in an Edwards Paternal grandparents are and Arthur Busch of Ed I FIREMEN ANSWER CALL The Troy Fire Department extinguished a field fire last Saturday afternoon at 19 Lance lot Avalon NOTICE There will be a meeting of any couples interested in Bowl ing in a late Friday nite Mixed doubles Friday Septemlber 13th at at Trojan All couples that are signed up plus any others interested are urged to Homemakers Plan Craft Day The Troy Unit of Homemakers Extension will have a Craft Day on September 17 at the home of Al The cratfts will consist of pearl parchment paper flow ers and plastic formafilm The Craft Day will begirt at 9 and all ladies are to bring a sack Anyone interested in making these crafts should call 667 9243 or 6679543 by September Fun Day Set For Highland Park A Fun Day will be held the Lindendale Park in HigJ land on Septemlber 1 The park thas recently ibe remodeled and you are invit to see the facelifting at tHie A band concert is planned for the and there will be dancing from to in the r Refreshments will be served from noon until The Helvetia Sharpshooters are sponsoring the and all proceeds will go to the park renovation Troy Methodist Commission On Education voted to have Sun day September 28 as Recognition Day for teachers and helpers of the past NOTICE Troy Khoury League Managers Please turn in all your teams baseball gear and uniforms at the Baseball Henry Thom as Will be there between 8 and Saturday Septem ber If you cannot make this please contact Henry Thomas for different arrange The National Laboratory on Early Childhood cen at the University of nois at has received a million federal grant to help improve thelearn ing environments of Gilbert son of and Victor Seda has just spent two weeks vacation with his parents after gradu ating with honors from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Sergeant Sedabres will begin atwelveweek Officers Train ing School on September 12 in San and will be performing duties after the first o the year at Scott Force
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