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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - March 1, 1973, Troy, Illinois troy trib une a progressive paper in a progressive town Preschool Inventory Ait the present time the Troy PUblae are taking a pre sdtoql inventory and if you have a child who is not of school age and you have not been con tacted please contact the school at This is for any child from birth to March 1973 Volume Number 9 Gaertners To Observe ver Anniversary and Harold Gaertner will observe their twentyififth wed ding anniversary on March They were married March 1948 in Gaertner is the former Margaret Milota of Mr Gaertner is employed as rural carrier at Troy post They have one foster Har old Milota and a foster also a daughter at v Open House At Care Center A Work Center has been introduced at Pro fessional Care Center This only one of its kind in the sur rounding On 1 to 4 the public is invited to 1 come to the center and see the work the residents have completed and are proud The work is done under di rection oif George the originally from Items on display will include among ceramics and The public is encouraged to and there be door pri and Producers To Have Special Meeting A special meeting for all hog producers wiE be 1 at 8 at the Jacob Community The meeting has been called by the National Farmers Orgahizk tion and will pertain floor price contracts on packing industry is now ready to contracts under NFO agreements and alii produ cers of hogs and any farmer in terested in going into the hog pro ducing business should plan to Demo Womens Club Has First Anniversary The Troy Democratic Womens Club held a dance in ob servanice of the clubs first anni Viearsary on Saturday the 24th of ait Charlies Restaurant in Granite An enjoyable evening was spent by the following members and guests and Norman Louise Mag Margaret and Gordon and Dale and Robert Sid Side and Charles Cra and Bill MLss Ellen and Jam and Ed and Oscair and Paul and and Darwin Meienv Mass Burniski was chairman of the planning Please Return Troy American is asking that anyone having chairs and flags belonging to the please return Thank ArtsCraft Show Termed Success The Community Arts and Crafts Show was a great The public is to ibe congratulated for their wonderful participation arid contributions toward this It takes cooperation of the people and all of the organizations to promote such a show as The following organizations worked to promote this Pin Oak Home Extension and Pin Oak Womens Womans Club of XI Theta and the American legion The show included Suoh exhibits as basket kiiiit decoupage1 and tidiestoo numerous to Judging forthis show done by Donald art instruc tor of Belleville and Jim art teacher at Mascouitah High The followiing ribbon1 win riers in the show Best of in Ellen Weissenborn Best of Show in Gene Tliese two will receive member Siliip in the GatewayEast Artist Art Robert v Gindler and Maiy Honioraible mention Lynn Letiha arid Doris Migh Steve Bauer Steve Bauer Rich ard Rogier Mike Grade Susan Pahil Bobby Brenda Sheri Crafts Slybain Su Gloria Ardell Thorn Lori Gri Anigela Steven BOurT Deborah Mimi Gri Earl and Don Mor gan 2nd Ardell Roberta Janet Lois Wendy Ka re n Tom Eberhart 3rd place Carol Ardell Janet Cindy Seneczyn 4th place Thanks is extended to Fred Wakeland for printing entry and Linda v Judy Girt Daviid and to the food locker for remaining Thanks also the use of the school and to all who were responsible in promoting the Winners in the Art Section may display their work in the post of fice through March Winners of first place in crafts may diisplay at Roods Paint and Gift Store through March Children winners may display at Allens Drug Store until March Individuals will display articles at their own deoision of whether not to display your airticle is up to but you dis play at your own Gloria Publicity World Day Of Friday On World Day of Friday tomorrow March 2 women of all faiths join together to pray as one and to as one so that new forms of missions on every continent can become a World Day of Prayer is being celebrated at the Troy United Methodist Churdhat with fel lowship in the Qra Edwards Hall following the The theme is Alert in Our Time and the guest speaker is Glen Davis of Johns United Church of Bluff Everyone is Bowls 697 Series Bernie while bowling in Monday Nights Handicap Leaigue at the Trojan rolled a 279 games in a 697 The games were and 163 in cluding This is the first time in sever al years Such a game has ibeen bowled Wanted Adults interested in becominig Merit Badge Counselors to Troy Boy Scout Troop are asked to meet on March 4 at 2KX in the Methodist Educational Building or call Virgil Pete Getiihart at 6679148 or Jean Grd maud at Date Set For Special Election To Annex To BAC Lester Rueaterfe Superinten dair County Educational Service announced this week that he had received from Fred Executive Sec retary of tlie ffinois Junior Col lege an Order approving a Petition for Election to annex t erritory comprising Triad Com munity Disitriict 2 to Belleville Area Junior College The to annex the Triad Unit District 2 approved by the Illinois Junior College Board at its meeting on February and Rues was directed to call an tion on the prapdsiitiion in ac cordance with Section 65 of the Public Junioa College The Junior Act provides tha t a ttie votes tiast at the special election is hecessairy for TJie CoL lege District does not on the proposition for Triad Goniimuniity District Superintendent Hen ning met with L Ruesiter earlier this vyeek and set of urdayi for a spe cial election on the annexation of that area to the Area Junior College Palling places will be Troy Grade Jacob and Marine Grade Triad Triad Dumps Wesclin in Regional Jacob Honor Students Named The secpnd quarter honor roll at Jacob Grade School has been released by the dark Honor students are FIFTH GRADE Gerise Nancy Robert Karen Kurt Gene Laurie Laura Praini SIXTH GRADE Melody An Kim Rhonda Wes Brenda Me lissa Jane Brian Tarni Kevin Kaitihy Patsie and Randy Grater SEVENTH GRADE Diana MaMyn Randy David Gyndi Tami Barry Noelt Carl Riebold Marilyn Scott Donna Suntken and Jeff Wendler EB1GIHTH GRADE Deborah Leah Teresa Sharon No Steven Anita and Bret Glass and Tin Drive There will be a glass and tin drive sponsored by the Troy Mer lymalkers 4H Club on Manch 3 at Adelihardts parking between and A31 proceeds wild go to the Tri Townshap Iff pickup is call 667 Paced four in the Knights rolled to an easy victory over the Wesdin Tuesday eve The game was first round action ini the The Knights took an early lead and increased it 3311 by During the remainder of the the Warriors were aible to dose within 14 but never really got back in the With the Triad advances to the semifinal round where they will meet the of last nights game between Mulberry Grove andMarquette of A win in that contest would push the Knights into the cham pionship Friday Paul is the favorite and is ex pected to make it to the finals with no Triad let everyone know exactly how the game was going to be played from the opening After one minute of Brad Droy hauled in a rebound and dropped the ball back in to open tihe Dave Neighbors did the same for tying the Promoted Louis Union Trust Company has announced the election of James Sohuitzeto the position of vice president In Charge of its Business Service This department is charged with responsibility lor all closelyheld business interests administered by tile trust company in estates and Louis Union Trust Company is one of the largest trust companies in the Schultze is a resident of this city and a of Mc CrayDewey His wife is the Cornier Rose Mary also of is living in and is the son of and John also score at Holding complete control of the the Knights turned into six making it The two teams exchanged baskets just before the midway mark of the In the final four Weff clin could do nothing right The Warriors managed only one more while 65 sophomore Droy tossed in the final seven points of the For the Droy totaled nine leading the Knights to a 176 Still trying to figure out how to put the ball in the Wesclin was held scoreless lor the first three minutes of the second Before Mark Stan ton scored the Warriors first the Knights had increased their lead to Assisted by Tim Gairy Tedford dropped in a five Rick Wiesemeyer tallied from 25 feet hiking the Triad lead to Wesclin finally hit for four straight points to pull within a 2711 The Knights then scored six more points before the half came to an The score at intermission was Triad Wes clin The but scrappy club of Dave was red hot to start the second Todd a 6 and 510 Kevin Web er each scored two buckets early in the Triad led by only Brad Droy prevented a disaster by pouring in four straight The Warrior raMy was quickly and Triad lead to 5127 by the end of the In the final Triad tinued to add to its With three minutes remaining the Knights of Coach FLidh Mason led by a 6741 Knowing a vic tory was Mason cleared his The Warriors outscored Triad 126 in the final three min but the Knoghts won the One of the main reasons for the Knights success was their ability to stop the Wesclin fast The possessing a potent run and gun were shut off the preventing any possibility of a breakaway 61 senior Riick Wiesemeyer and 65 senior Gary Tedford for vtop scorinig Each scored 18 points while Brad Droy tossed in 17 for Dave Neighbors and Kevin Weib er Wesolinsscoring col umn scoring13 and 12 points re Thefirst game between Wonden and Livingstbn was won by The Knights semifinal match this evening will begin The contest will be preceded by the PaulWorden The winners will advance to the ohamplonsMp gameon Friday at Ora Ed wards Hall To Be Dedicated United Metliodist congre gation will the Ora Edwards Education Building Hall on Mardt during the worship The education building was e rocted in 1965 as the first phase of a building plan that the building of u new church In the education facility was niamed Qra Edwards Hall in appreciation pf iier generous bequest to the trustees and in recognition of her lifelong inter est in Christian John district su perintendent of the East Louis District of the Southern illinods Conference of the United Methodist will deliver the Members and friends of the con gregation are invited to attend the dedication service the potluck dinner which will Harbison To Have Lead in College Play Dennis son of and William Route has a role in the Culver Stockton Collebe Theatre production of One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest being presented this February March 1 and The concerns inddviduailisni and conformity in a hospital men tal ward and is adapted by Dale Wasseranan from Ken Keseys novel by the same is a sophomore psy chology major and graduate of High Roger Pense Born Recently and John Pense of Collinsville are announicdng the birth of their first a born February 1973 at at Elizabeths The infant who weighed eight pounids and two ounces has been named Roger The mother is the former Linda daughter of and Jack Hanratty of Paternal grandparents are and Dillard Pense of Collins Static Alvers Born Friday and Ronald Alvers of 209 Troy are announ cing the bkrtJh of their first cfefld on February 19t3 at Belleville Memorial The infant weighed five pounds and one ounce and has been named Stacde The mother is the former lyn PALLBEARERS NAMED Pafllbearers ait the funeral of Clarence Anderson on FetffMary 19TT3 were OrLo Mereaiib Jaines Roger Virgil and Jewel Maiteer Funerai was in ciharge otf
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