M/M Arthur Robley-50th wedding ann.-Alton Evening Telegraph, 31 Jan 1939

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M/M Arthur Robley-50th wedding ann.-Alton Evening Telegraph, 31 Jan 1939  - great ice field above the dam in Alton...
great ice field above the dam in Alton harbor.—Staff photo. Circle Meeting At Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. 31.— (Special.)— (Special.)— Members of the East End Reading Circle met Monday afternoon afternoon in the library hall with Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard as hostess. A paper on "Rivers Made Famous in Song," written by Mrs. Saretta DeBolt, was read and special musical musical numbers were given by Mrs. Brace Dawson, Mrs. Henry Borlin and Mrs. N. D. Vedder. The West End Reading Circle mot Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leven Dowdall. A paper on "Maps" was read by Mrc. A. J. Sharon. Home Bureau CARROLLTON.— Mrs. S. F. Wehrly of Kane was elected president president of the Greene County Home Bureau at an organisation meeting of the executive board in the Farm Bureau office Saturday afternoon. Mrs. A. R. McConathy of White Hall was elected vice-president; Mrs. Clevelie Otey of White Hall was elected secretary, and Mrs, A. K. Baldwin of Carrolltog was re-elected treasurer, Golden \VrUding Date CARRO L L T 0 N. — Thirty-five relatives attended the fiftieth anniversary anniversary dinner given Sunday at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hackley complimentary to Mrs. Hackley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robley of Eldred. Open house was also held at the Hackley Hackley home from 3 to 6 o'clock Sunday Sunday afternoon. All but two of the six children were present Sunday. Those present were Mrs. Herschel Hackley of this city, Miss Gilda Robley of Chicago, Vales Robley of Eldred, and Arthur Robley jr., of Perryville, Mo. Two sons, Lester Lester Robley of Mineola, L. I., and Ross Robley of Springfield, Mo., were unable to be present. Mrs. Robley was before her marriage, marriage, Miss Gertrude M. Dnyton, daughter of the late Captain and Mrs. Thomas H. Dayton of Woodville Woodville township. Robley was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robley, also of Woodville township. Mr. and Mrs. Robley were married on Jan. 27, 1889 at the Dayton home with Col. J. B. Nulton of Carrollton, Carrollton, an uncle of the bride, performing performing the ceremony. They made their home at the old Robley homestead homestead on the Bluff road north of Eldred where they resided until 14 years ago when they moved to Eldred where they have since made their home. Prior lo his retirement retirement from farming Mr. Robley was an extensive landowner, was at one time president of the Greene County Fair Associalion and was owner of race horses that made the circuit of many large fairs. Prior to the dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robley entertained 45 at dinner Friday at their home in Eldred, the guests being members of four clubs of which Mrs. Robley is a member. A man walking along a highway ig able to see 1» times as much area ahead of him as a motorist. Limitation of the driver's sight is due to narrow windshields, wide posts and high hoods over the cars. 1 by de' (lei sir commercial the by

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  2. 31 Jan 1939, Tue,
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