1-26-2010

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DEMOULIN'S MUSEUM

 

In March, a new attraction will be opening in Greenville.  Local collector John Goldsmith will be opening the DeMoulin Museum dedicated to the varied products and history of DeMoulin Brothers. Saturday, Goldsmith, along with California writer Charles Snyder, held a press conference to talk about the soon to open museum and the new book that will be published this summer about the treasure of products manufactured at DeMoulin's. The opening of the new DeMoulin's Museum is set for March 20th in the American Legion Hall on Main Street in Greenville.


HIGHLAND MAN ARRESTED AFTER ALLEGEDLY HITTING FOUR CARS

 

A Highland man was arrested early Sunday morning after his vehicle allegedly struck four other cars.  According to information from the Highland Police Department, Brent Rosborough, age 50, of Highland, was apparently eastbound on Main Street, about 2:00 a.m. Sunday, when his 2001 Chevy Malibu allegedly struck four other vehicles.  Rosborough's car struck one car in the 1200 block, two cars in the 1300 block and another car in the 1500 block of Main Street before being arrested by Highland Police.  Rosborough was cited with three counts of alleged improper lane usage and one count of alleged DUI. 


ANNUAL GREENVILLE FIREMAN BANQUET

 

The Greenville Fire Protection District annual banquet was last Saturday.  Three firemen were awarded plaques for 25 years of service. They are Denny Wise, David Marti, and Jim Sutton.  Jon Germann, Claude Pepper and Bill Johnston were given 30-year service awards.  The firemen presented a one-of-a-kind recognition to Carl Sutton. His son, Captain Jim Sutton and Jim’s son Evan Sutton, all are active firemen in Greenville.  That makes three generations of the same family serving Greenville at the same time. 


WORKSHOP ON COVER CROPS PLANNED

 

A workshop on "Utilizing Cover Crops" will be offered by the University of Illinois Extension - Clinton County Office, February 3 at 7:00 p.m.  The cost for the program is $5.00 with advanced registration due by Friday, January 29.  To register or for more information, call 618-526-4551.



SPORTS

JIM BURKE TOURNEY HELD OVER WEEKEND

 

The annual Jim Burke Memorial Basketball Tournament was held over the weekend at the Greenville Junior High School.  Carlyle took the championship in the eight team tourney.  Greenville took the consolation championship by beating Hillsboro 30-29 in the consolation final.  Bluejay Daulton Young was named to the all-tournament team.


OBITUARIES

ANNA SPIHLMANN

 

Anna M. Spihlmann, age 90, of Germantown, passed away Saturday, January 23 at Country Side Manor in Aviston. A funeral Mass of Christian burial for 90 year-old Anna Spihlmann will be today, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Germantown. Interment will be in St. Boniface Cemetery. Visitation will be today, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Moss Funeral Home in Germantown. Memorials may be made to the St. Vincent DePaul Society or to the donor's choice.


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