Wealthy Louise Crane Robley-Obit-12 Apr 1944-page 5

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Wealthy Louise Crane Robley-Obit-12 Apr 1944-page 5 - 3 Peipert Brothers In Reunion at J-lergt....
3 Peipert Brothers In Reunion at J-lergt. Robert L. Plepert,- who received his wings as a gunner at Lnredo, Tex., in March; Pfc. Preston Peipert, stationed at New Orleans, La.* and Pvt. William L. Peipert of Ft. Sheridan, sons of William Peipert of 1110 State street, had a reunion in Alton ovet? the Easter weekend. A fourth brother, S'ergt. Bernard L. Peipert, a marine, has been In the South Pacific for 20 rrtpnths. •• When Pvt. Preston Peipert arrived In Alton last Friday on a 10-day furlough he had Ws first meeting in 16 months with his brother, Sergt. Peip- ert. • Pvt. William L. Peipert, who entered service a short time ago, was here for the weekend, and Sergt. Peipert left Monday after a two weeks' visit at the Peipert home. which she owned of her death. until the . l ,«**• RObley Is survived by one Former Carrollton Woman D i e s in Colorado CARROLLTON, April 12.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaiser were sum- hioned to Colorado' Springs, Colo.» the last of the week because of the death of Mrs. Walter Robley, 87, a former Carrollton resident, who died Thursday at her home in Colorado Springs. She was formerly Miss Louise Crane of Aberdeen, Kan., and upon her marriage to Robley, she came to Greene County and resided on the farm west of town on Route V Mrs. Stella Emerson, and *on, Charles Robley, both of Colorado Springs, and three sls- mt, Mrs. Clara Cravens o! Green- fl«W, and Mrs. Mary Hobbs of Blue |«ket, Okla., and Mrs. Emma FWtke of Cqjorado Springs, Colo. V Funeral services for Mfs. Robley were conducted Saturday in soiorado Springs. Guardian Named} OK'* EnJI»tment f CARROLLTON. — The appralse- ftient bill was filed and approved ^Tuesday In probate court in the Loyal S. Griswold estate. MIntford Ernest Barnard was Appointed guardian of Junior Lee Barnard. The petition for authority for the guardian td consent to the enlistment of ward In the United States navy was granted. Claim of $47 was allowed against the Dora A. Short estate. Final report was approved and administrator and bond discharged in the Charles H. Smith estate. The will of Alexander Philip Herkert was denied probate and fitters of administration Were Issued to Mrs. Gertrude Pranger, Only heir at law. The bond of the administrator was $4000. Carroll! on Notes CARROLLTON.-Mr. and Mrs, o .. Guy Witt entertained at a family dinner Sunday at their home In celebration of the birthday of Mrs nd of her grandson, James Needed E. L duPont

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 12 Apr 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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