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Numbers are up for deer season tors that it has almost recovered. By KRIS SCHEFFEL One of the most notable being the Jersey County Journal potential for late-season hunting. Deer season kicked off on Oct. A seven-day span in November 1 for bowhunters. added two counties that require Over the past couple of years, additional curbing of the deer the numbers have shown a posi- populations. tive increase not just in deer pop“Macoupin reopened that seaulations, but also in the area totals son last year,” Krumwiede said. following deer season. After the “The population is rebounding, devastation of epizootic hermor- and that signals that it may come rhagic disease (EHD) in 2012, back to Jersey.” the numbers are a welcome sign In other news, it appears that of a return to norcrossbow season is malcy. more, nota“The population seeing Tim Krumbly younger, parwiede, a wildlife is rebounding, ticipants. biologist with the Brian Soffray, Illinois Depart- and that signals who sells permits ment of Natural that it may come and hunting equipResources, has ment at Farm and been studying back to Jersey.” Home Supply, deer populations noted that there across several been increased Tim Krumwiede has counties includinterest in hunting Illinois Department of Natural following the addiing Jersey. Resources wildlife biologist “There was a tion of a crossbow substantial EHD season. die off in 2012,” Krumwiede said. “There are more younger “Populations did go down in West people— people I’ve never seen Central Illinois.” before,” Soffray said. EHD is a viral disease carried Crossbows used to be only perby midge flies, which causes deer mitted for those with disabilities to hemorrhage. or above a certain age because “It starts to show itself after of the physical demands of bow waters recede,” Krumwiede said. hunting. However, the state, durKrumwiede said this year’s ing the previous deer season in population has still not completely late 2017 and early 2018, repealed returned to where it was 15 years ago, but there are strong indica(See, DEER SEASON, A2)

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Clocks will be turned back for Cheney Mansion Home to look as it did in 19th century By KRIS SCHEFFEL Jersey County Journal Halloween is around the corner, but this year, it is history, rather than the dead, that will be coming alive. The Jersey County Historical Society will be hosting tours for a new exhibit, Dearly Departed: Funeral and Mourning Customs of the 1800s. The 45-minute long tour will take visitors through the Cheney Mansion to experience and learn about how funerals have been transformed through new technologies and influential figures. In particular, the tour will dive into the roles Abraham Lincoln and Queen Victoria had in shaping the funeral customs of the 19th century. Beth McGlasson, vice president of the historical society, said the idea for the exhibit came from Conner Ashlock, a volunteer. “This was really the brainchild of Conner,” she said. “Conner came to me and said, ‘Hey, I think this would be really cool,’ because he has a background in mortuary sciences.” Ashlock has been work-

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Volunteer Matt Eschback prepares the Cheney Mansion for the upcoming exhibit by placing black ribbon around the portrait of P.D. Cheney.

ing with the historical society to create the exhibit, which will turn the clocks back to July 5, 1900 when former owner P.D. Cheney passed. It is the first of its kind for the historical society, having the Mansion become a part of the exhibit itself.

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By JARAD JARMON Jersey County Journal The Grafton Ferry will be closed this weekend because of newly forecasted high waters on the Mississippi River. The new forecasted river levels have gone up from 22.1 to 22.5 feet, Grafton Mayor Rick Eberlin said in a Facebook post. Calhoun Ferry Company closes the Grafton Ferry when levels go above 21.6 feet, Lonnie Baalman, ferry operator, said. He added this might continue into to next weekend if the water levels do not go down, but so far, the plan is to only close the ferry this weekend. The Grafton Ferry runs exclusively on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Eberlin said the ferry at Golden Eagle will remain open. That crest will not happen until October 15, he added.

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“It will look like they are in a house of mourning,” McGlasson said. The house will be filled with artifacts from the period with many from the Gubser family collection on loan from the Alexander

County Board amends proposed annual budget By KRIS SCHEFFEL Jersey County Journal The County Board has updated the annual budget for the coming fiscal year beginning on Dec. 1. The board will not take action on the budget until the Nov. 12 meeting. The changes have come about following reevaluations of costs and needs for the county. “There have been some additional developments that have come about,” Chairman Don Little said. The unamended budget accounted for the purchase of one new patrol vehicle for the Sheriff’s Department. This will now have been revised to include two vehicles with the initial budgeted cost at roughly $60,000 now being updated to roughly $85,000. Chairman Little proposed a reassessment of Jersey’s public defenders. The amendment, if adopted, would now see the three part-time public defenders

reduced to one full-time public defender. This will reduce the funds going toward public defenders and extend the court traffic funds, which Chairman Little noted have been “declining over the years.” The state will reimburse about $32,000 of the public defender’s salary.

“There have been some additional developments that have come about.”

Don Little Chairman The board has also proposed a reevaluation of the county’s recycling program, which had previously been cancelled. “It is my understanding that the program was popular with a significant proportion of Jersey

citizenry,” Little said. The County Board will be meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 6:30 p.m. to go more in depth on these and additional amendments to the county’s annual budget. The amended budget will be on display on the county website, and there will be printed copies at the county office. In addition to the presentation by the Finance Committee on the budget, the board briefly discussed increasing the salary of the county engineer, Tom Klasner. The board resoundingly agreed to a 2 percent increase in his salary, putting it on par with other county officials. The salary is still under that which is recommended by the Illinois Department of Transportation which will be discussed by the board in the future. “Tom you are well worth it,” Little said. A request to hire a surveyor for 12 unplotted pieces of land along Macoupin Creek and Spanky was (See, BUDGET, A2)

Local state lawmakers’ town hall addresses gun rights By KRIS SCHEFFEL Jersey County Journal

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tate Sen. Steve McClure, R-Springfield, and State Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer, R-Jacksonsville, made their way down to Jerseyville to speak with constituents about their concerns regarding a wide range of issues including gun control, taxes and abortion, to name a few. The two legislators spoke about the uphill battle for down state interests in a state legislature that holds a Democratic majority. “Things have changed a lot over (my) seven years,” Davidsmeyer said. McClure elaborated on this point, touching on legislation passed earlier this year that will raise minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2025. “Chicago can do that, but other places can’t,” he said. “It only makes sense to make it regional.” The goal, simply put, is “to make it less bad,” Davidsmeyer said. The two touched on the issues of marijuana, abortion, the gas tax and the cable and satellite tax as examples of the domination of upstate interests in the state legislature. “They can do whatever they want, even if it’s unpopular with their constituents,” Davidsmeyer said. Following this introduction, the floor was open (See, TOWN HALL, A2)


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Police search for Alton man ends in Jersey By KRIS SCHEFFEL Jersey County Journal At 5:48 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8, the Jerseyville Police Department and the Jersey County Sheriff’s Office apprehended Cody J. Eberlin, 33, of Alton who had remained at large following the alleged kidnapping and battery of his wife Alexis Eberlin on Sept. 29. The suspect, according to the Alton Police Department, had disappeared into the woods following the arrival of Alton police to Wood River Township Park on Sept. 29. Alexis was found safe the following day, but the suspect remained at large. Following a number of reports, Brighton police said they had made an attempt on Monday, Oct. 7, to once again apprehend Eberlin and once again, the suspect fled on foot. Multiple law enforcement agencies, according to Brighton Police, aided in the search for Eberlin including several K9 units leading up to his arrest Thursday night. The Jerseyville Police Department and Jersey County Sheriff’s Office said they

were able to locate Eberlin, who was unarmed, on the railroad tracks along Wittmill Road, which sits along the JerseyGreene County border. Following a brief pursuit on foot, the suspect was apprehended. “Our officers CODY J. EBERLIN and deputies did a great job tracking and locating the suspect,” Jerseyville Police Chief Brad Blackorby and Sheriff Mike Ringhausen said in a joint press release. “Our officers and deputies worked swiftly together in order to apprehend a subject that had been attempting to elude law enforcement for several days.” Eberlin, according to Jersey law enforcement, is currently held at the Alton Police Department for one count of kidnapping, one count of aggravated domestic battery and one count of domestic battery.

Story of Elsah’s founding to be spotlit The story behind the founding of the historic Village of Elsah will be told during a special presentation at Farley Music Hall in Elsah on Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. Local historian George Provenzano will tell the story of “The Semples of Elsah” as part of the Hosmer-Williams Lecture series. This is the first program in Farley Music Hall since the building was damaged by flood waters earlier this year. In 1851 at age 53, General James Semple (his Illinois Militia rank from the Blackhawk War) moved his family from Vandalia to Jersey County. In his words, Semple “settled in the woods, at Jersey Landing,” a village he later renamed, Elsah. In this picturesque region of rolling hills and majestic bluffs, four miles from the confluence of the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers, Semple set about rebuilding his much depleted personal wealth. He purchased large tracts of land, built a family home called Trevue (Tree View), and for the remaining 15 years of his life, this prairie entrepreneur successfully engaged in businesses in land and transportation development, freight transfer and farming. Just before moving to Elsah, Semple had abruptly abandoned a long career in public service. Four years in the U.S. Senate left him bitter and dissatisfied with the pettiness of party politics. He declined to run again for

(Continued from A1) the restrictions on hunting with crossbows. “It makes it a little easier with a crossbow,” Soffray said. “You don’t have to worry about drawing the weight back like you do with a bow.” Of course, firearm season remains the most popular seven days of the year for deer hunters. Soffray said he sees close to a hundred individuals waiting in line to purchase permits on Oct. 15. Illinois has been a notable record holder when it comes to deer. Just earlier this year, Edgar County, Illinois set the world record for archery with Luke Brewster’s non-typical buck. This, in addition to a 1965 world record for a typical buck, means that Illinois hold both archery world records for the largest bucks. The local deer population

is certainly not something to take for granted. Closeby, Calhoun County is considered a prime spot for deer season not just in the state, but in the entire nation. Calhoun sits at the southernmost point of the northern woodland whitetails’ range, the largest subspecial of deer. “The habitat is truly unique,” Aaron Quillan of Monarch Rivers in Calhoun said. “You have two beautiful rivers on either side that meet at the bottom of the county, and there are so many flat spots and mass bearing trees that grow straight up.” “When most folks get to West Central Illinois, they say ‘look at all the deer!’” Krumwiede said. With the increasing deer population and increasing interest in hunting, all things are looking up for this year’s deer season.

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Students break new ground in digital landscape

By KRIS SCHEFFEL Jersey County Journal Jersey Community High School is adapting to the digital age with students leading the charge. A new digital media internship will equip students with the skills and know-how for the modern work place. With the support of the administration, particularly Superintendent Brad Tuttle and JCHS teacher Dan Diamond was able to put together the internship program after hearing from interested students. The program kicked off this month with seven students having signed up.

“I noticed there was a gap in getting students involved, and a gap in our social media presence,” Diamond said. Students are responsible for the district’s social media accounts on the Jersey 100 app, Facebook and Twitter. They are even in the process of setting a YouTube channel for the district for public service announcements tailored to and for the interests of other students. They will also learn to edit photos and videos and even learn the in’s and out’s of broadcast equipment. “These are skills they are already using, but in a more professional way,” Diamond said. “(The students)

understand that 21st century skills are going to carry over to any job.” Diamond describes the internship as “a student-led initiative.” It appears to show in the work of the students who have been putting in the time to cover football games and assemblies among a number of the district’s activities. “They are letting the community know what we are doing,” Diamond said. The future looks bright not just for the new digital media interns, but also the program itself. Diamond hopes to expand upon the program’s success in the coming years.

Budget onto the Illinois Century Network. Individuals from the state board will be coming to the county to assess the network’s security in the future. By participating in the program, the county has been able to utilize grant money to save on network costs and double the network’s speeds. The cost will be covered by this grant for the next five years. The board has approved the appointments of Zach Crawford, Bill Rice and

Barb VanWalleghan onto the Jersey Community Board of Directions from Aug. 1, 2019 through July 31, 2022. Also in the meeting, Little read a report on the public assistance program from the Emergency Service Disaster Agency director, Larry Mead. A meeting was held on Oct. 1 to brief individuals and organizations on public assistance funding. Individual assistance has been denied by the federal government, but the state of Illinois is appealing the denial.

Town hall (Continued from A1) to residents to voice their own concerns about the direction of the state government and new and upcoming legislation. One concern voiced by several of the residents present was Senate Bill 1966, which looks to amend the regulations surrounding the Firearm Owner’s Identification Card. Those looking to renew or apply for the card, if the legislation is passed, may be requested to provide fingerprints for a government database. While a small part of SB1966, which aims to better identify individuals posing

the Senate; he rebuffed being nominated to run for governor. In Semple’s mind, his achievements in public office had come at too high a price to his family and his fortune. Provenzano will present new insights into the lives of the general, his wife, and six children obtained from dozens of family letters written during the Civil War and Reconstruction. The letters relate how the lives of the Semple parents changed as their children married, left home and started families of their own. The program is anticipated to include surprises. With this program, the Historic Elsah Foundation (HEF) will reopen Farley Music Hall for public events for the first time since May when the Great Flood of 2019 backed up into Elsah and seeped into Farley. The HEF Board has worked very hard to bring this antique building back to life. A new floor and wainscoting and exterior painting have put the venue back into its old, glorious form. Please come see for yourself. Provenzano’s presentation is one of this year’s Hosmer-Williams lectures sponsored by Historic Elsah Foundation and underwritten by Liberty Bank: A United Community Bank. The program is free and open to the public. Reservations are not required. Parking is available. Refreshments will be served following the lecture.

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High schoolers from Jersey Community are part of a new digital media internship program. Left to right: Caleb Hall, Annie Walker, Karli Talley, Quinn Diamond, Bernie Dohrn and Jack Dohrn. Not pictured is Bobbie Talley.

(Continued from A1) approved. At the meeting, an update was given on the county’s participation in the Cyber Navigator Program. The program was said to make the county eligible for grant money. The program itself is designed to as part of a larger effort to help defend elections against cyber-attacks. One step in the process, which has been undertaken by the county, has been moving the elections office

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“a clear and present danger,” many at the town hall voiced concerns about giving that level of personal information to the government. Others, such as local resident Marilyn Parsell, expanded on the discussions by asking what data was being gathered in order to identify which policies worked and which did not. “(Illinois) has been expanding gambling and now marijuana. My question is, do they have in place what it costs families and hospitals and the state of Illinois—to say is it worth what we voted for?” Parsell said. Davidsmeyer responded to

the question by saying that the state probably does not collect the necessary data. “There are certain pieces of data we do collect,” he said. “I don’t know that we have the data today that we can compare to the expansion.” Following an update on the Cardinals’ game, discussions carried on centering on citizens’ concerns about history in schools, marijuana legislation and sanctuary cities. The Senator and Representative concluded the town hall by inviting citizens to introduce themselves and ask questions or make comments one on one.

Turning back (Continued from A1) of Gubser Funeral Home. “We’re telling the story through the Jersey County perspective,” Ashlock said. The clocks will be stopped, lights dimmed and mirrors covered as visitors are guided through the history of funeral customs. All questions, even the ones that had yet to be thought of, will be answered by the knowledgable tour guides. “We’ll talk about what’s the difference between a coffin and a casket,” McGlasson said. “A lot of

the superstitions that went along with death through the years.” Visitors will be surprised to find out just how foreign these customs are from the ones practiced today. Attendees will also leave with a funeral biscuit. The tours will be held on Oct. 12, 19 and 26 at the Cheney Mansion located at 601 N State St. The first tour begins at 11 a.m. and the last at 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 and will go towards the historical society.

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Jerseyville council accepts road closure for Veteran’s parade By JARAD JARMON Jersey County Journal The Jerseyville City Council OK’d an Illinois Department of Transportation resolution to close State Highway 67 Nov. 11 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. for the Veteran’s Day Parade. The parade will start off of W Pearl Street toward State Street (Highway 67). The parade will then go to E Exchange Street then head south on Washington Street the parade will then land at the war memorial at the Jersey County Courthouse, where a veteran’s ceremony will take place. In past years, the ceremony has taken place at 9 a.m., but in an effort to finish around 11 a.m., organizers sought to have it at 11 a.m. “The armistice back in World War 2 was signed Nov. 11 on the 11th hour,” Greg Breden, organizer for the parade and ceremony, said. “That is why we are trying to get close to the 11th hour of wrapping up the ceremony.” “Hopefully, (the 10 a.m. start) will be a continued tradition,” he said. The Veteran’s Day event in Jerseyville

is a collaboration between multiple veterans’ organizations including the local American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Marine Corps League and the Veteran’s Assistance Commission. At the ceremony, the Jersey Community High School Band is set to perform, Breden said. Currently, the speaker at the ceremony is to be determined. The ceremony will end with the playing of the Taps and a gun salute. Breden said events like these are very important for the veterans in the area. For those interested in participating in the parade, they should call Breden at 618498-1810. In other news, the City Council approved Denise Hayes, Jerseyville City Clerk, to attend the Municipal Clerk’s Academy Training Session in Springfield Oct. 16-18. “It is very important for Denise to learn how to keep us all in order,” Kevin Stork said. “It is an annual training. A lot of good courses. A lot of the topics from (Freedom of Information Act) to parliamentary procedures. All of the stuff we need to stay (up to date) on.”

Girls walk dogs to raise Treehouse donations

By JARAD JARMON Jersey County Journal Simply in an effort to do some good, three regional young girls have donated to the TreeHouse Wildlife Center in Dow using money they have collected through walking dogs. Haylee Weir, 10, Madeleine Smith, 9, and Ella Troughber, 9, all of Ballwin, Mo., started walking dogs in February. When they started collecting money from the ventures walking dogs, it came time to decide what to do with the money. They chose to donate to the TreeHouse Wildlife Center. Their connections to the center were slight. Haylee had been at the center once before. The interest in supporting the center were nevertheless strong. Haylee said they donated the money they garnered from dog walking to the center because the work they do with animals. “TreeHouse helps so many animals,” she said. “It feels good that we are helping animals.” TreeHouse is a local nonprofit dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick, injured

JCHS student tries hand at proposing legislation More than 60 students spent their day in Springfield learning about state and local government, debating issues, and proposing new laws, all as part of State Sen. Steve McClure’s (R-Springfield) Youth Advisory Council program. Among this group was Grant Morgan, a Jerseyville Community High School senior. “This is a way for me to try to get younger people more involved with our government and more involved with the issues that we’re dealing with,” McClure said. “I hope they continue to want to get more involved with government and that they keep these issues in mind, because so many of these things affect them, and they need to be part of the discussion.” The students travelled to Springfield from across the 50th Senate District, which encompasses all or parts of nine counties. They began their day discussing issues with the Senator, and hearing from other officials along with learning from government reporters. “I’ve been interested in politics for the last four years, it’s become my passion, it’s what I want to do for a living,” said Jersey Community High School senior Grant Morgan. “I think the things I learn here, will help reflect other opinions, and the way I speak and the people I talk to will help build on what I already know, and I think that’s really important towards the overall goal of getting into politics.” Later in the day the students separated into groups to discuss and debate ideas for new legislation. The students’ proposals ranged from free college tuition to requiring armed officers in schools. Each group had the

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State Sen. Steve McClure (R-Springfield) stands with Jerseyville Community High School senior Grant Morgan. Morgan was one of more than 60 students spent their day in Springfield learning about state and local government, debating issues, and proposing new laws, all as part of McClure’s Youth Advisory Council program.

opportunity to present their idea, take questions and debate the merits. Eventually, the whole group voted to take one proposal forward, ultimately picking their plan to provide higher education at no charge. “It’s important for us to get involved because at a young age you never know what’s going to happen and the decisions that we are going to make, if we mess up, it could change the lives of our kids,” said Calhoun High School student DJ Lorton. “I learned a lot about what our government does and how it works.” North Greene High School student Victoria Smith saw it as a good opportunity to see how things work and what is going in our state. “It’s going to help me see how to make a change and create a better outlook in our

lives,” Smith said. The students will meet again in the spring, this time at the Illinois State Capitol, where they will conduct a mock Senate committee hearing on their proposal. Each student will take on a role in the process, from lawmakers, to lobbyists, concerned citizens, and even members of the media. “My favorite part of this event is the discussion, it’s really fantastic to hear from them, and to hear how excited they are,” said Senator McClure. “I hope they take away from this skills that they can use, whether they want to run for office, whether they want to be a journalist, whether they want to be in business, because there are so many skills and lessons that can be learned from public service that can be used anywhere.”

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From left to right: Ella Troughber, Haylee Weir and Madeleine Smith stand with a pamphlet from TreeHouse.

and orphaned wildlife and the educational promotion of environmental stewardship and awareness.The move came as little surprise to Haylee’s grandmother Barb Weir said. “They are

just generous thoughtful little girls,” Weir said.They donated $260 from their dog-walking work to the center, and plan to continue to donate in the future.

Lindsey Gast named one of 10 Outstanding Young Americans

JCI USA, commonly known as the Jaycees, announced Lindsey Gast, 40, has been named as one of the 2019 Ten Outstanding Young Americans. Gast is the daughter of Jerseyville natives Chuck and Linda Gast, and is now one of only ten individuals nationwide who will be honored at the 81st annual black-tie awards ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Omni Hotel in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Ten Outstanding Young Americans program (TOYA) is one of the oldest and most prestigious recognition programs in America. Gast, who was chosen for her excellence and achievements in the area of business and entrepreneurship, joins an elite group of individuals who have had amazing impact on their communities and the world. Since 1938, JCI USA has sought out young men and women under the age of 40 who best exemplify the finest attributes of America’s youthful achievers in the areas of business or entrepreneurial accomplishment, political achievement, humanitarian

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and voluntary leadership, and more. Previous honorees include the likes of John F. Kennedy (1946), Gayle Sayers (1969), Elvis Presley (1970), Dick Cheney (1976), Wayne Newton (1977), Bill Clinton (1979), Michele Tafoya (2001), Kurt Warner (2010) and Ruth Riley (2014). “I m humbled to be honored as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Americans,” Gast said. “To know that this award highlighted the lives of such historically notable. “Americans like John F. Kennedy, Elvis Presley and Howard Hughes reminds us that success is not an achievement, but a mindset. I can only hope that my future will pay homage to the caliber of those honored before me, and serve as an inspiration for those to come to continue to serve their communities and the ideals of the Jaycees.” In recent years, Gast has received the Col. William Carr Memorial Award for young entrepreneurship from the Florida Jaycees, named Exchangite of the Year from the Exchange Club of Jacksonville and was recognized as one of the Jacksonville

Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 top young professionals. BizWomen also named Gast as one of their BizWomen Headliners: Women to Watch in 2019 and Beyond. In 2004, Gast stepped away from a successful career in marketing and public relations to devote time to her family. Returning in 2014 to a dramatically changed landscape, Gast noticed a disconnect that helped create her niche. “Facebook didn’t even exist in the world I had come from, and now there were more ways to market your company than ever before,” Gast said. “There was this ongoing generational battle over whether the ‘old way’ or ‘new way’ of marketing was more effective. “I could have allowed myself to become obsolete in the ocean of new technologies, but instead, I made myself a bridge for that gap.” Gast officially launched her firm, GastHouse Public Relations, in 2015. Since then, Gast’s ability to bridge the gap has garnered the company successful growth, while earning her a recurring role as a mentor to local entrepreneurs.

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The issue: Council members approved up to $100,000 roof project Our view: This would have been a time to go out for bid

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t is not a matter of “can you do it,” but “should you do it.”

Last month, the Jerseyville City Council accepted a contract with John Beal Roofing to replace the roof of the Susnig Complex for no more than $100,000. Poor drainage and leaks at the building were cited, warranting a full replacement. There is also interior damage to ceiling tiles that will be contracted out for bid at a later date. The city council accept contracts regularly, but the contract approved to start the work on the building was different. The city did not bid out for the project — a move that is entirely legal as long as a “supermajority” of council members approve. State statutes say the city council would have to advertise for a competitive bid for contracts exceeding $25,000. However, for those municipalities with populations less than 500,000, several exceptions are in place. One exception allows a municipality to move forward with a project exceeding that amount when a two-thirds majority of the governing body excluding the mayor OKs the project. In this case, the governing body would be Jerseyville City Council, and the project was accepted unanimously. But the question has been raised — was it the right move to make? The discussion about not bidding out the project and, instead, making careful inquiries about the bid recipient, are reasonable. City officials expressed an urgent interest in getting the work done ahead of the start of winter season. The roofing company selected was already in the process of doing two private projects in the city including Jersey State Bank, and in both cases, were said to be the lowest bid and were inspected to ensure quality. Even so, the argument could be made that it was an ill-advised move when considering the reason why competitive bidding is the norm: transparency. It’s always reassuring to taxpayers to know that several options were explored. This open bidding process instills a sense of confidence in residents that the city is looking for the best value for taxpayers’ money. In an age where transparency is a key point for many, it seems the best option to bid for a project. It was said that cities often do these no-bid projects in emergency situations that require the city to move on a project quickly. But, with such a price tag of $90,000- $100,000 projected for this roof work, one could ask if transparency should or should not trump interest in getting a project done quickly. If you have thoughts on this matter, we’d be glad to hear them — or take a moment to let your elected government officials know.

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YOUR VIEWS Says: Trump needs support amid liberal nonsense TO THE EDITOR: The liberals are trying to make Trump’s presidency a failure. Even before he took the oath of office, they have been trying to block everything he has set out to do. Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime

to address the issue of illegal immigration. Trump wants to build a wall. The liberals want our borders kept open. Trump wants to protect our Second Amendment rights. The liberals want stricter gun laws. Trump is doing his best to defend the religious liberties and conservative values that our country was founded on. He is working in the best interest of the American people, not dividing them. He needs our support and prayers. Roger Newberry Jerseyville, Ill.

Father Heinen will be long remembered Guest Column M BY BETH MCGLASSON

any residents of the area remember Father Heinen, long-time pastor of Holy Ghost in Jerseyville and St. Mary’s near Fieldon. Paul P. Heinen was born March 3, 1904, in Oberpleis, Germany. He was the fourth of six children born to Dr. Francis and Antonnette (Tony) Heinen. Oberpleis is located about nine miles southeast of Bonn in the Middle Rhine Valley, the most famous and picturesque portion of the Rhine River. Oberpleis is well over 1,000 years old and was home to about 4,400 residents when Father Heinen was born. Four months after Father Heinen celebrated his 10th birthday, Germany entered World War I. Although Western Rhineland suffered minimal damage during the war, after its close, it was occupied by French and British troops under the conditions of the Versailles Peace Treaty because of its close proximity to France. It was during this occupation that Father Heinen began studying for the priesthood. On Aug. 6, 1929, 25-year-old Father Heinen was ordained for the Archdiocese of Cologne, whose magnificent cathedral took more than 600 years to complete. Father Heinen served as an assistant in the Cathedral and established a Catholic Youth Center there. Shortly after the center was completed in 1932, Adolph Hitler assumed control of the building, moved in, and ordered all Catholic youth activities to cease. Father Heinen fled to nearby Holland. Over the next four years, he served as chaplain of a tuberculosis sanitarium, directed publicity at a university, and did post graduate work. Wishing to continue his work in America, Father Heinen wrote Bishop Griffin and asked to join the Diocese of Springfield, Ill. The Bishop consented, and when Father Heinen arrived in Springfield on Easter Day in 1938, he spoke little English. When Father Heinen fled Cologne, he left

his parents and six siblings behind, where they were in grave danger. From 1942 to 1945, nearly 45,000 tons of bombs were dropped on Cologne. Fourteen aerial bombs and 70 firebombs hit the Cologne Cathedral, but it remained standing. Although they lived less than 24 miles from Oberpleis, Father Heinen’s parents never left their home. Miraculously, all of his immediate family survived, and in 1950, he returned to Germany to see his brothers and sisters for the first time in 15 years. It was one of several trips he made home during his years of service in Jersey County. Father Heinen served Jersey County’s German Catholics from 1943 to 1967. Genevieve Goetten worked as his housekeeper. The first couple he married was Henry and Helen Heitzig. Charles Darr was the first child he baptized. John and Charles Schmieder were the first altar boys to serve under him at St. Mary’s Church, and Ed Bunse and Paul Meuth were his first servers at Holy Ghost. After leaving Jersey County, Father Heinen served in Taylorville and Gillespie. He was appointed a monsignor on April 26, 1974. After Father Heinen retired in 1985, he returned to Jerseyville and lent a helping hand at St. Mary’s and Holy Ghost. His former housekeeper, Genevieve, once again undertook his care and did so until he died in June 1998 at age 94. Father Heinen is buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery near Fieldon. Father Heinen was instrumental in starting the Holy Ghost Catholic School and was key in founding the Jerseyville Moose Lodge. He was a member of the Elks Lodge, a former Lions Club member and served on the board of the Jerseyville Hospital. –––––––––––––––––––––––––– Q Beth McGlasson is a history buff and vice president of the Jersey County Historical Society. This column originally appeared on the Jersey County Historical Society Facebook page.

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OBITUARIES

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Stanley Geilser Stanley Francis Geisler, age 55, passed away at 2:37 p.m., Thursday, October 3, 2019 at his home in Jerseyville. He was born on July 31, 1964 in Jerseyville to the late Fred and Anna (Page) Geisler. He was raised in Calhoun County, where he and his siblings rode horses, played in the creeks and thoroughly enjoyed family life on the farm. Stan served with the U.S. Marines and spent the majority of his years working for the barge system. Throughout his life he displayed a love of the outdoors and strong work ethic. He married Jane Shain and together throughout their 9 years of marriage they were blessed with two daughters, Jessica and Jamie. He later married Ronda Hambrick on May 20, 2014. Stan was a very kind and generous soul, whose faith many have been quiet, but he knew and loved Jesus. Stan loved to have fun and created many lasting friendships throughout the years. He will deeply missed by his family and friends. Surviving are his wife, Ronda Hambrick of Green-

ville; two daughters, Jessica Shain and Jamie Shain, both of Jerseyville; four grandchildren, Anna, Andrew, Trentin and Kailey; his siblings and their spouses, Tom and Shirley Burch of St. Johns, AZ; JoAnn and Bill Beiermann of Jerseyville; Fred and Georgia Geisler of Eldred; Steve and Dorothy Geisler of Carrollton; Beth and Marty Crane of Carrollton. A private graveside ceremony will be held at a later date at the Oak Grove Cemetery, in love and honor of Stan. Memorials may be given to further the education of his daughters, Jamie and Jessica, in care of the funeral home. Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville is in charge of arrangements.

Geraldine Krause

Geraldine Marie Krause, 97, died at 8:04 p.m., Sunday, October 6, 2019 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. She was born just north of Hardin, Illinois on April 24, 1922, the oldest of eleven children born to Paul Frederick and Theresa Agnes (Becker) Godar. As the oldest of her siblings, she learned early on the traits of responsibility, as well as a caring heart. She has spent her entire life caring for others, nurturing and loving, not only to her siblings when they were youngsters, but also as a caregiver in the health care field, where she worked at numerous nursing homes in the area. During her career, she most of her time at Greenlawn Nursing Home in Jerseyville and Reisch Memorial Nursing Home in Carrollton. As a devoted farmers wife and mother, she spent many hours on the farm assisting wherever necessary, and especially enjoyed the tranquility of her flower gardens. She married Arthur Krause on June 25, 1941 in Calhoun County, and together they raised their three children on their farm in English Township, and spent 51 years together prior to his death on August 7, 1992. She is survived by her two daughters and a son inlaw, Dorothy “Dottie� and Kent White of Jerseyville, and Ruth Rodgers of Kane; a daughter in-law, Barbara Krause of Carrollton; five grandchildren and their spouses, Mike and Julie White of Godfrey, Tammy Harmon of Kane, Michelle Raymond of Jerseyville, Allison and Nathan Howard

of Alton, and Will and Elizabeth Krause of Edwardsville; 13 Great Grandchildren; and two sisters and a brother in-law, Donna Droege of St. Charles, Mo., and Melba and Steve Tepen of Hardin. Although she was blesses with a long and happy life, she also endured tragedy during her life, as she lost her Darrell Krause on July 11, 1997 and a granddaughter, Audrey Rodgers on Nov. 22, 2016 both in tragic automobile accidents; a great granddaughter, Emma Schildroth; five brothers, Alfred, Cecil Frances, Romeo Joseph, Patrick Joseph, and Manuel Godar; and three sisters, Elaine Turner, Rosalie Beiermann and Alice Baalman. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville, where a prayer service will be read at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville, with Father Hyland Smith officiating. Burial will take place in the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Cemetery in Jerseyville. Memorials may be given to the St. Francis/Holy Ghost Catholic Schools in Jerseyville or to Masses.

Jeffery Knifffen

Jeffery Allen Kniffen, 62, passed away at his home on Thursday, October 3, 2019. Jeff was born on April 2,1957 in Buck Co, PA to Samuel Kee and Jane Elizabeth (Wyman) Kniffen. Jeff served his country in the United States Army and was later a member of the Veterans Association. He was also a member at the Eagles lodge and loved to volunteer at the Christian Co-op and local churches. Jeff is survived by his children: Elizabeth (Bethannie) Loyd of Lima, OH, Courtney Loyd of Lima, OH, Kevin Loyd of Lima, OH, and Kyle Kniffen of Jerseyville; six grandchildren; fiancĂŠ: Debra Matzen of Jerseyville; siblings: Gary Kniffen of Naples, FL, Sam Kniffen of Vermillion, SD, Nancy Craig of Vermillion, SD, Keith Kniffen of Frisco, TX, and Brian Kniffen of Madrid, IA. Jeff was preceded in death by his parents; wife: Kathleen (Alexander)

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Brenda Myers Brenda (Swarringin) Cordes Myers, 64, formerly of Jerseyville, went to be with her Lord, at 9:30 a.m., Sunday, October 6, 2019 at her residence from complications from Huntington’s Disease. She was born in Jerseyville, Illinois on June 12, 1955, and was the daughter of Charles David and Irma Jean (Looper) Swarringin. Brenda grew up in and around the White Hall and Carrollton areas, and attended Carrollton High School. She married Michael Eugene Cordes on Dec. 14, 1972 in Carrollton, and together they raised three sons, and shared nearly 25 years of marriage prior to his death on Aug. 8, 1997 after a fight with brain cancer. For the majority of their married life, they resided and raised their sons in Jerseyville. She was employed with the Jersey Community Unit School District #100 as a teacher’s aide, and enjoyed her time there until she decided it was time to stay home and care for her husband during his illness. She considered her three sons a gift from God, and in return to considered her ability to sign as her gift to God. She considered it a privlige to use her skills in signing at church, where she was able to provide the message as well as music to those that were in need. Later in life, she met Charles Myers, and the two married on April 22, 2009 in Hannibal, Mo. Together they two have made their home in Hannibal, and have enjoyed their 10 years together. Surviving are her husband, Charles Myers of Hannibal, Mo.; her three sons and daughters in law, Christopher Cordes of Dunedin, Fl., Patrick and Jamie Cordes of Fieldon, and David and Erika Cordes of Ocean Springs, Ms.; five grandchildren; five step

Gary Foiles Gary Charles Foiles, 65, of Shipman, died at 12:25 p.m. Oct. 1, 2019, at his home. Burial of cremated remains will be held on Oct. 13, 2019, at 1 p.m. in Shipman Cemetery. Anderson Family Funeral Home in Shipman has been entrusted with funeral arrangements. Memorials may be made to Autism Speaks.

Dana Bailey Dana Lee Bailey, 48 died at 4:08 p.m., Oct. 6, 2019 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO. Memorial Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until time of memorial service at 6 p.m. Oct. 14, 2019 at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville.

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children, Christopher Myers of Jacksonville, Fl., Regina Morgan of St. Petersburg, Fl., Lauren Blackstun, Sydni Myers and Cayse Myers all of Hannibal, Mo.; seven step grandchildren; and three brothers, Steve Swarringin of Jacksonville, Jesse Swarringin of Roodhouse and Charles Swarringin of Arnold, Mo. Visitation will from 11 a.m. Thursday until time of funeral services at 1 p.m. at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. Her pastors from Hannibal, Rev. Jamie Dyke and Rev. Michael Niffen will officiate. She will be laid to rest beside Michael at the Grimes-Neeley Cemetery in Jerseyville. Memorials may be given to the Standing on the Rock Ministry in Hannibal, Mo. Memories may be shared at crawfordfunerals.com.

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Otis Burgess Otis W. Burgess, 87, died at 11:50 a.m. Friday, October 4, 2019 at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home. He was born in Enfield Township, White County, Illinois on December 5, 1931, the son of Louis Franklin and Oma Ellen (Mayberry) Burgess. Otis served his country with the United States Army, and for many years was employed as a shipyard foreman with National Marine. He then began working as a school bus driver for Jersey Community Unit School District #100. He was probably most known, and fondly remembered as a valuable and trusted mechanic, operating Otis’s Garage out of his home on West Spruce Street in Jerseyville. He married the former Roberta J. Hargrave on Jan. 15, 1955 in Batesville, Ms., and their 45 year marriage was blessed with many happy memories, prior to her death on Aug. 18, 2000. Surviving are his daughter, Sandra Burgess of Chicago; two sisters, June Nash of Jerseyville and Wanda Schafer of Bowling Green, Ky.; a brother, Silas Burgess of Staunton; along with numer-

ous loving nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, Louis Burgess, Wayne Burgess and Lawrence Burgess. Visitation was from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville, where funeral services were conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday. His brother in law, Darrell Nash, officiated. He was laid to rest in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville, with the Jerseyville American Legion Post #492 conducting military graveside rites. Memorials may be given to either the Activity Department at Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home or to the Jersey County Relay for Life.

Can’t believe it’s been a year since you left us. Not a day goes by that we don’t think about you. Miss and love you so much. Paul, Michelle, Dusty, Taylor, Carly, Katie, Ryan, Rachel, Josh, Gage & Zoey

4-15-50 ~ 10-13-18 In Memory of Mary Lou French Heitzig The family of Mary Lou French Heitzig wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and families for their prayers, telephone calls, text messages and other acts of kindness shown to us during our loss. We wish also to thank the staff at Jerseyville Nursing and Rehabilitation and BJC Hospice for all the care and kindness shown to our Mother. Carl, Zack and Collin Crawford, you show such caring compassion and make a difficult time bearable. Thanks the Shawna Crawford for the beautiful flowers. Thanks to the Holy Ghost Altar Society for preparing and serving a delicious meal. And to Father Hyland Smith for celebrating a beautiful Funeral Mass in her honor. Thank you Phillip Wittman and Ted Prehn for the special awesome music. Larry Heitzig, Max and Glenda Heitzig, Connie Blackorby, Danny and Amy Heitzig, Luann Breitweiser, Jan and Wes Foiles, Craig and Jill Heitzig and families.


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Apples, good vibes a plenty at Jerseyville festival

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The Calhoun Vintage Country Band cranked out some tunes at the Jersey County Historical Society Apple Festival in Jerseyville Saturday bringing some to get up and dance. The event featured food and crafts vendors as well as historical demonstrations.

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With apples in hand, Jason Lott of Jerseyville walks his dogs Sabel, 3, and Little Bit, 9, at the Apple Festival.

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Eight-year-olds Emily and Olivia Johnson, both of Medora, paint a plank of a fence on the grounds of the Jersey County Historical Society during the annual Apple Festival Saturday.

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Mary Mager weaves a place mat on an old-fashioned loom Saturday. The process is said to take an hour.

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Jerseyville resident Larry Imming and his great grandson, Carter Woodson, 8, look at the wares on display at the Apple Festival.

Bruce Eyers stirs kernels, soon to be kettle corn, in black pot during the Apple Festival Saturday.

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Jim Schell works a Cotton Candy stand at the Apple Festival. Jarad Jarmon/Jersey County Journal

Carol Wilson crafts a basket to be made into a manager with a baby Jesus inside in front of one of the cabins at the Historical Society Saturday. The smaller baskets were more of a challenge than the bigger ones.

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Judy Heitzig stirs the sloppy joes, also known as yip-yips to some, at the Ringhausen Orchards tent during the festival.

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Korbin Ruyle, 5, of Jerseyville intently creates tin art by punching holes into the tin Saturday. Even still, it wont keep him from his rock candy.


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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

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JCHS HOMECOMING COURT

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ANNOUNCED

The 2019 Jersey Community High School Homecoming Court. Front, left to right: Jerra Laplant, Christine Wendell, Hailey Tonsor, Abigail Manns, Elese Smith, Katelynne Jones, Jada Porter and Carly Daniels. Back, left to right: Hunter Watson, C.J. Brunaugh, Zachary Renken, Wyatt Daniels, Brett Bryden, Kaden Bell, Jayden Beemer and Garret Smith.

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SHINING KNIGHTS

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The Shining Knight winners from St. Francis/Holy Ghost School for the month of September were: (Front, left to right) Hallie C., Hadley G. and Rayne M., (Back, left to right) Macy K. and Colby G.

The Shining Knight winners from St. Francis/Holy Ghost School for the week of Oct. 7 - Oct. 11 were (left to right): Clara H., Dane W., Ben R., Cole B. and Maddy C.

JCHS, local banks award ‘Students of the Month’ The Jersey Community High School Students of the Month for the month of September have been announced. The selection of a “Student of the Month� is based upon the number of F.O.C.U.S.

nominations, which a student receives for a given month. F.O.C.U.S. (Finding One Clearly Unique Student) is a program, which acknowledges a student each week for academic or kindness.

Each week teachers may recognize students who have performed well in their classes by selecting them as F.O.C.U.S. students for that particular week.

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The Shining Knight winners from St. Francis/Holy Ghost School the week of 9/16-9/20 were: (Front, left to right) Morgan A., Faith J., and Maci A. (Back, left to right) Emma C. and Louise B.

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In conjunction with Jerseyville Banking Center, Jersey Community High School has selected their “Students of the Month.� The recipients for the month of September are Sam Lamer (10th grade, center left) and Boston Talley (11th grade, center right) presented by Zach Droege (left) and Emily Stemmler (right) of the Jerseyville Baking Center.

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The Shining Knight winners from St. Francis/Holy Ghost School for the week of Sept. 23- Sept. 27 were: (Front, left to right) Kali W., Patrick S. and Allison E., (Back, left to right) Macy K. and Colton S.

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In conjunction with CNB Bank & Trust, Jersey Community High School has selected their “Students of the Month.� The recipients of the award for the month of September are Lauren Lyons (8th grade, left) and Gabriella Kanallakan (9th grade, right) presented by Matt Eschbach (center) assistance vice president of CNB Bank.

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The Shining Knight winners from St. Francis/Holy Ghost School for the week of Sept. 30- Oct. 4 were: (Front, left to right) Quinn W., Ellie M. and Sophie H., (Back, left to right) Ben R. and Tate L.

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In conjunction with Jersey State Bank, Jersey Community High School has selected their “Student of the Month.� The recipient of the award for the month of September is Kirsten Hetzel (12th grade, left) presented by Sherry Cooper of the Jersey State Bank.

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The stages of breast cancer

Upon receiving a breast cancer diagnosis, patients will soon receive a pathology report that informs them about the stage their cancer is in. The stage indicates how advanced the cancer is and whether or not it is limited to one area of the breast or has spread to other tissue or even other parts of the body. Understanding the stages of breast cancer can help patients cope with their diagnoses more effectively. Once the doctor has completed all the necessary testing, patients will then receive their pathology reports, which will include the stage of the cancer. The following rundown of the various stages of breast cancer can help breast cancer patients better understand their disease. Stage 0 Non-invasive breast cancers are considered to be in stage 0. When doctors have determined the cancer is in stage 0, that means they have not seen any indication that the cancer cells or the abnormal non-cancerous cells have spread out of the part of the breast in which they started. Breast cancer patients may hear the term “fiveyear survival rate� when discussing their disease with their physicians. The five-year survival rate refers to the percentage of people who live at least five years after being diagnosed with cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, the five-year survival rate for women with stage 0 breast cancer is nearly 100 percent. Stage I Stage I refers to invasive breast cancer and is broken down into two categories: stage IA and stage IB. Stage IA refers to invasive breast cancers in which the tumor is up to two centimeters and the cancer has not spread outside the breast. The lymph nodes are not involved in stage IA breast cancers. In some stage IB breast cancers, there is no tumor in the breast but there are small groups of cancer cells in the lymph nodes larger than 0.2 millimeter but not larger than two millimeters. But stage IB breast cancers may also refer to instances when there is both a tumor in the breast that is no larger than two centimeters and small groups of cancer cells in the lymph nodes that are larger than 0.2 millimeter but no larger than two millimeters. The ACS notes that the five-year survival rate for stage I breast cancers is roughly 100 percent. Stage II Stage II breast cancers are also divided into two subcategories: stage IIA and stage IIB. Both subcategories are invasive, but stage II breast cancers are more complex than stage 0 or stage I breast cancers. Stage IIA describes breast cancers in which no tumor can be found in the breast, but cancer that is larger than two millimeters is found in one to three axillary lymph nodes (the lymph nodes under the arm) or in the lymph nodes near the breast bone. But an invasive breast cancer can still be considered stage IIA if the tumor measures two centimeters or smaller and has spread to the axillary lymph nodes or if the tumor is larger than two centimeters but not larger than five centimeters and has not spread to the axillary

lymph nodes. Stage IIB breast cancer describes breast cancers in which the tumor is larger than two centimeters but no larger than five centimeters, and there are small groups of breast cancer cells in the lymph nodes. These small groups of cells are larger than 0.2 millimeters but no larger than two millimeters. Stage IIB may also be used to describe breast cancers in which the tumor is larger than two centimeters but no larger than five centimeters and the cancer has spread to between one and three axillary lymph nodes or to lymph nodes near the breastbone. Tumors that are larger than five centimeters but have not spread to the axillary lymph nodes may also be referred to as stage IIB breast cancers. The fiveyear survival rate for stage II breast cancers is about 93 percent. Stage III Stage III cancers are invasive breast cancers broken down into three categories: IIIA, IIIB and IIIC. When patients are diagnosed with stage IIIA breast cancer, that means doctors may not have found a tumor in their breast or the tumor may be any size. In stage IIIA, cancer may have been found in four to nine axillary lymph nodes or in the lymph nodes near the breastbone. Tumors larger than five centimeters that are accompanied by small groups of breast cancer cells (larger than 0.2 millimeter but no larger than two millimeters) in the lymph nodes also indicate a breast cancer has advanced to stage IIIA. But stage IIIA may also be used to describe breasts cancers in which the tumor is larger than five centimeters and the cancer has spread to one to three axillary lymph nodes or to the lymph nodes near the breastbone. A stage IIIB breast cancer diagnosis indicates the tumor may be any size and has spread to the chest wall and/or the skin of the breast, causing swelling or an ulcer. The cancer may have spread to up to nine axillary lymph nodes or may have spread to the lymph nodes near the breastbone. In stage IIIC breast cancer, doctors may not see any sign of cancer in the breast. If there is a tumor, it may be any size and may have spread to the chest wall and/or the skin of the breast. To be categorized as stage IIIC, the cancer must also have spread to 10 or more axillary lymph nodes or to the lymph nodes above or below the collarbone or to the axillary lymph nodes or lymph nodes near the breastbone. The ACS notes that women diagnosed with stage III breast cancer are often successfully treated and that the five-year survival rate is 72 percent. Stage IV Invasive breast cancers that have spread beyond the breast and lymph nodes to other areas of the body are referred to as stage IV. Stage IV breast cancer may be a recurrence of a previous breast cancer, though some women with no prior history of breast cancer receive stage IV diagnoses. The five-year survival rate for stage IV breast cancers is 22 percent. More information about breast cancer is available at www.breastcancer.org.

Breakthroughs in imaging technologies can help fight cancer Doctors and patients have many different tools available in the war against cancer. Imaging is one of the essential resources used in such battles. Imaging helps screen and diagnose cancer and can be used to guide treatments and determine the efficacy of various therapies. Therefore, advancements in imaging can have profound effects on the ability to manage and hopefully in the future - prevent or cure the disease. The goal of cancer imaging is to detect the smallest possible number of tumor cells at the earliest possible time. Traditionally, X-ray, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, singlephoton emission computed tomography, and positron emission tomography have been utilized as key cancer imaging techniques. These technologies are being studied and advancing. Imaging probes are one area of imaging worthy of attention. The Center for Probe Development and Commercialization, a supplier of radiopharmaceuticals, is developing the next generation of molecular imaging probes. They are designed to detect responses to chemotherapy in breast cancer patients. CPDC also

has started to manufacture another probe designed to identify hypoxic tumors. These probes work on a molecular level, according to data published in 2013 in the International Journal of Biomedical Imaging. Molecular imaging has the potential to greatly enhance understanding of various cancers. Another cancer imaging and evaluation tool that is being produced and tested is called the MasSpec Pen, which enables a controlled and automated delivery of a water droplet to a tissue surface during tumor surgery or diagnostic exploration to extract biomolecules. The sample taken can immediately tell if cancer cells are present and distinguish tumors from healthy tissue. Imaging has merged nanotechnology and conventional imaging tools with new developments. These technologies are still in the testing phase. Novel diagnostic probes with nanoparticles can improve imaging results. A 2018 review paper published in the Journal of Controlled Release looked at how nanotechnology could improve the imaging and treatment of lung cancer. For example, gold nanoparticles work better

than iodine-based agents for CT imaging. Similarly, superparamagnetic ironoxide nanoparticles can be utilized with MRI for the ultra-sensitive reactions they produce. Other imaging technologies in the works involve combining and improving the workflow of various methodologies. Philips Medical Systems’ Ingenia MR-RT Oncology Configuration is a comprehensive solution that allows radiation oncology departments to integrate MRI into their computed tomographybased radiation treatment planning. In addition to the imaging evolution itself, researchers have realized the limitations of the human eye to discern abnormalities or small changes from images collected. Therefore, technological advancements are enabling artificial intelligence to look for key signs in images and correlate changes to the aggressiveness of the disease. This can improve treatment success rates and reduce the chances for human oversight. Imaging plays a key role in cancer diagnoses and therapies. Improving cancer imaging can improve treatment plans now and in the future.


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Survival rates are on the rise Cancer survival rates are on the rise, and that rise can be credited to a host of factors. Advancements in cancer research and treatment have played a big role in rising survival rates, as have the efforts of various organizations to promote cancer prevention and raise awareness about the disease. The World Health Organization notes that between 30 and 50 percent of cancers can currently be prevented by avoiding certain risk factors and implementing evidencebased prevention strategies. However, people can be vulnerable to cancer if they do not pay attention to their bodies or make an effort to protect themselves against certain risk factors for cancer. In such instances, cancer may already have spread to other parts of their bodies, or metastasized, before they are even diagnosed, greatly reducing their likelihood of surviving the disease. Cancer that spreads to distant parts of the body is known as metastatic cancer and is often referred to as “stage IV cancer.” According to the National Cancer Institute, when observed under a microscope, metastatic cancer cells feature traits like that of the primary cancer and do not mimic the cells in the part of the body where the cancer is found. That is how doctors can tell that the cancer is metastatic cancer and has spread from another part of the body. When doctors diagnose metastatic cancer, they will refer to it with the same name as the primary cancer regardless of where the metastatic cancer was discovered. For example, the NCI notes that breast cancer that has spread to the lungs will not be referred to as

CANCER. lung cancer, but metastatic breast cancer. In addition, when treating the disease in this example, doctors will treat the cancer as stage IV breast cancer, not as lung

cancer. Understanding metastatic cancer can help recently diagnosed men and women better comprehend their disease and their prognosis.

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Welcome, baby Harper

Timothy and Anna (Homeyer) Travers of Palm Bay, Fla., welcomed a daughter, Harper Lainne Travers, born at 2:43 p.m. July 29, 2019, in Melbourne, Fla., at 8 lbs., 9 oz. Harper has a sibling, 3-year-old Paisley. Harper’s grandparents are John and Nannette Homeyer in Washington, Mo., Nick and Susan Frolos of Ballwin, Mo., and Bill Travers of Jerseyville. Great grandparents are Lucille Homeyer of Washington, Mo., Clif and Geri Daniels of Jerseyville, Jim and Betty Davenport of Fieldon and Gloria Travers of Jerseyville.

Roundcounts celebrate 50th anniversary John & Karen (Varble) Roundcount of Eldred recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple were married on September 6th, 1969, at St. John the Evangelist Church in Carrollton. After moving several times for John’s Naval Career, the couple returned back to their hometown of Eldred in 1979 to where they still reside today. John & Karen

are the owners of Associated Agri Business, Incorporated. They have two children, Whitney (husband Justin) McIver of Jerseyville, and Keegan (wife Lyndsey) Roundcount of Alton, and one grandchild Cecily McIver. The couple celebrated their anniversary with a Jeep trip to the Desert Southwest. Many times we’ve needed you, Many times we’ve cried. In life, we loved you dearly. In death, we love you still. In our hearts, you hold a place that no one else can fill. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you didn’t go alone. For part of us went with you, the day God took you home.

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Bryden, Crawford to be married

David and Denise Bryden of Jerseyville announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Sarah, to Collin Crawford, the son of Carl and Shawnna Crawford of Jerseyville. Both the bride and groom are 2015 graduates of Jersey Community High School. Sarah is a 2019 graduate of Eastern Illinois University with majors in both Finance and Health Services. She is employed at Jersey Community Hospital. Collin is a 2017 graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science and is employed with his father and brother at Crawford Funeral Home in Jerseyville. The couple will be exchanging vows on Saturday, October 19, 2019, at Holy Ghost Church in Jerseyville..

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McCarry’s Dairyland will be closing for the season on November 3, 2019. We are now accepting winter freezer orders. Orders will be taken through October 26, 2019 and we ask that you have them all picked up on or before noon on October 31, 2019. You can place your order by stopping by the store or calling 498-6113. You can place orders for any of our freezer items, such as, Dairybars, Drumsticks, Hot Fudge Bars, Cherry Chip Bars or Cool Cookies. Also, we will be taking orders for quarts or 1/2 gallons of ice cream or yogurt. Please note, if you see a yogurt flavor you like, order it now, as we will only have limited flavors for the rest of the season. If your order has not been placed prior to October 26, 2019, there is no guarantee we will have freezer items left for purchase! We would like to thank all of you for another great season. We have been truly blessed to serve the Jersey County area for over 40 years. We would like to wish all of you a happy and healthy holiday season and a blessed new year. See you all again in 2020!! Thanks again, Shannon, Holly & Staff

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Goen, Dahlman engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goen of Fieldon announced the engagement of their daughter Jessica Goen to Jonathan Dahlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dahlman of Pella, Iowa. Jessica is a graduate of Lewis and Clark Community College and works in Des Moines, Iowa as a maternity nurse for UnityPoint Heath. Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Iowa and works in Des Moines as a financial analyst for F&G. The couple will be married on Dec. 7, 2019, at Delhi Baptist Church in Jerseyville.

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If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser shall UHFHLYH D &HUWL¿FDWH RI 6DOH which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the real estate afWHU &RQ¿UPDWLRQ RI WKH VDOH The successful purchaser has the sole responsibility/expense of evicting any tenants or other individuals presently in possession of the subject premises. The property will NOT be open for inspection and Plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to FKHFN WKH &RXUW ¿OH WR YHULI\ DOO information.

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PUBLIC NOTICEVARIANCE REQUEST NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on October 23, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Jersey CounW\%RDUGRIÂżFHORFDWHGDW N. Lafayette St. Jerseyville IL. EHIRUHWKH6XEGLYLVLRQ and Land Use Committee for the purpose of hearing any interested persons in the following request for a Variance. 5HTXHVWHG E\-RH$GDPV +LVWRULF 7LPEHU DQG 3ODQN ,QF D 9DULDQFH RI -HUVH\ County &RPPHUFLDO6HWEDFNRI Ft. from Van Horne Lane to a Commercial Setback of approximately 46.3 Ft. Abbreviated Legal Description of property; SEC 117:351*1(37( 6((RI5W This property is located DW9DQ+RUQH/Q-HUVH\YLOOH,/ All interested persons may VXEPLW WKHLU YLHZV LQ SHUVRQ LQZULWLQJRUE\VLJQHGSUR[\ prior to the public hearing or at the public hearing. All materials concerning this request may be seen at the Jersey County Code AdPLQLVWUDWRUÂśV 2IÂżFH ORFDWHG DW  1 /DID\HWWH 6W 6WH  -HUVH\YLOOH ,/  EHWZHHQWKHKRXUVRIDP DQG SP 0RQGD\ WKUX )ULGD\ 3KRQH    ([W 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE LAND USE & SUBDIVISION COMMITTEE Notice is hereby given that the Land Use & Subdivision Committee will conduct a public hearing regarding an application for a Plat Vacation to eliminate the recorded plat of: a road platted as Greens Court located Wolvesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Crossing Estates Subdivision, recorded on 6th day of July, 1999LQWKH-HUVH\&RXQW\5HFRUGHUÂśV2IÂżFHÂżOHGLQPlat Cabinet 2, #45D.7KHDSSOLFDWLRQZDVÂżOHGE\7HUU\+DQVHQWRYDFDWHWKHUHDO estate for the purpose of: vacation of a road platted as Greens Court. The real estate subject to this application is generally described as follows:

And more commonly known as: Loke Inc. Wolves Crossing Gold Course; Parcel ID# 04-019-001-00. The public hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m. on the 23rd day of October, 2019DWWKH-HUVH\&RXQW\%RDUG2IÂżFH1/DID\HWWH St., Ste 3, Jerseyville, IL 62052 where all interested parties will be given an opportunity to testify regarding the proposal. The applicaWLRQDQGÂżOHRQWKLVPDWWHULVDYDLODEOHIRUH[DPLQDWLRQDWWKH-HUVH\ &RXQW\&RGH$GPLQLVWUDWRU2IÂżFHEHWZHHQWKHKRXUVRIDP WRSP0RQGD\WKURXJK)ULGD\H[FOXVLYHRIOHJDOKROLGD\VDW WKHDERYHDGGUHVV:ULWWHQREMHFWLRQVPXVWEHÂżOHGZLWKWKH&RGH Administrator by the date of the hearing to be considered by the Committee.

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IN THE ESTATE OF RUSSELL EUGENE GREELING, Deceased. Cause No. 2019-P-59 CLAIM NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS J.P. MORGAN MORTGAGE ACQUISITION CORP. Plaintiff, -v.BRYAN J. MCKENNON, MELISSA H. MCKENNON Defendant 2019 CH 18 NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE

NOTICE IS GIVEN TO CREDITORS of the death of Russell Eugene Greeling, LetWHUVRI2IÂżFHZHUHLVVXHGWR 6KDZQ *UHHOLQJ  ZKRVH DGGUHVVLV86+LJKZD\ -HUVH\YLOOH,OOLQRLV as Independent AdministraWRU DQG ZKRVH DWWRUQH\ RI record is Nick W. Graham, of Strang, Parish & Graham, Ltd., 506 North Main Street, Carrollton, Illinois, 62016. Claims against the estate PD\ EH ÂżOHG LQ WKH &LUFXLW &OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH-HUVH\&RXQW\ &RXUWKRXVH -HUVH\YLOOH ,OOLQRLVRUZLWKWKH,QGHSHQGHQW $GPLQLVWUDWRU RQ RU EHIRUH March 25, 2020, or if mailing RU GHOLYHU\ RI D QRWLFH IURP the Administrator is required E\ 6HF  RI WKH 3UREDWH $FW  ,/&6   WKH GDWHVWDWHGLQWKDWQRWLFH$Q\ FODLP QRW ÂżOHG RQ RU EHIRUH WKDW GDWH LV EDUUHG &RSLHV RIDFODLPÂżOHGZLWKWKH&OHUN PXVW EH PDLOHG RU GHOLYHUHG E\WKHFODLPDQWWRWKH$GPLQLVWUDWRU DQG WR WKH $WWRUQH\ ZLWKLQ WHQ   GD\V DIWHU ÂżOing. SHAWN GREELING, Independent Administrator of the Estate of Russell Eugene Greeling, deceased %\/s/ Nick W. Graham Strang, Parish & Graham, Ltd. 506 North Main Street Carrollton, Illinois 62016 7HO   ngraham@StrangParish Graham.com 9.25, 10.2, 10.9

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS US Bank National Assocaition, not in its individual capacity but soley as Indenture Trustee for the CIM Trust 2017-8 Mortgage-Backed Notes, Series 2017-8 PLAINTIFF Vs. Anthony Wadlow; et. al. DEFENDANTS 2019CH5 RESIDENTIAL NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEYVILLE, JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS

NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that on 6HSWHPEHUDFHUWLÂżFDWHZDV ÂżOHG LQ WKH 2IÂżFH RI WKH &RXQW\ &OHUN RI -HUVH\ &RXQW\ ,OOLQRLV VHWWLQJ IRUWK WKH QDPHV DQG SRVWRIÂżFH DGGUHVVHV RI DOO WKH SHUVRQV RZQLQJ FRQGXFWLQJ DQGWUDQVDFWLQJWKHEXVLQHVVNQRZQDV 'HHU/DQH%RXWLTXHORFDWHGDW6 :DVKLQJWRQ 6W -HUVH\YLOOH ,/  'DWHGWKLVGD\RI6HSWHPEHU

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PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on August 8, 2019, the Sheriff of Jersey County will at 10:00 AM on November 7, 2019, at the Jersey County Courthouse, 201 WEST PEARL STREET, (South Door), JERSEYVILLE, IL, 62052, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Lots One (1) and Two (2) of Barrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Addition to the Town, now City of Jerseyville, all being situated in the City of Jerseyville, County of Jersey and State of Illinois. Commonly known as: 403 S. LAFAYETTE, JERSEYVILLE, IL 62052 Property Index No. 04-335-001-00

taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS ISâ&#x20AC;? condition. The sale is further subject WRFRQÂżUPDWLRQE\WKHFRXUW Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser will UHFHLYH D &HUWLÂżFDWH RI 6DOH that will entitle the purchaser to a deed to the real estate after FRQÂżUPDWLRQRIWKHVDOH The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are adPRQLVKHGWRFKHFNWKHFRXUWÂżOH to verify all information. If this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). If this property is a condominium unit which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g-1).

IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REThe judgment amount was MAIN IN POSSESSION FOR $83,111.13. 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, Sale terms: 10% down of the IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECKLJKHVW ELG E\ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV TION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLIat the close of the auction; the NOIS MORTGAGE FORECLObalance, including the Judicial SURE LAW. sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality For information, contact PlainRelief Fund, which is calculated tiffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attorney: RANDALL S. on residential real estate at the MILLER & ASSOCIATES, 120 rate of $1 for each $1,000 or N. LASALLE STREET, SUITE fraction thereof of the amount 1140, Chicago, IL, 60602, (312) paid by the purchaser not to   3OHDVH UHIHU WR ÂżOH H[FHHGLQFHUWLÂżHGIXQGV number 18IL00447-1. E-Mail: is due within twenty-four (24) ilpleadings@rsmalaw.com. hours. The subject property is Case # 2019 CH 18 subject to general real estate The real estate is improved with a single family residence.

PUBLIC NOTICES DELINQUENT MOBILE HOME PRIVILEGE TAX, JERSEY COUNTY OFFICIAL PUBLICATION STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF JERSEY 2IÂżFHRIWKH&RXQW\7UHDVXUHUDQG([2IÂżFLR &RXQW\&ROOHFWRURI-HUVH\&RXQW\,OOLQRLV-HUVH\YLOOH,OO The following is a list of mobile homes situated and lying in Jersey County and being part ofthe County of Jersey, in the State of Illinois; on which all mobile home taxes, interest, costs and total amount of FKDUJHVGXHWKHUHRQUHPDLQGXHDQGXQSDLGIRUWKHFXUUHQW\HDU$'7KHÂżJXUHVLQWKHULJKWKDQG column denote the amount of current year unpaid county mobile home taxes and, in addition to which that law provides that the following costs be added. All taxes for 2019 are due through September 6, 2019, unless otherwise noted. Fees and further interest accrue for the rate of the $25 per month with a maximum of $100 until paid, or sold, parts or fractions of a month to be reckoned as one month. Publication fee of $10.00 added after September 26, 2019. All taxes for 2019 are due by noon, 12:00 p.m., on October 28, 2019. *LOEHUW/$VKORFN&RXQW\7UHDVXUHU ([2IÂżFLR&RXQW\&ROOHFWRU

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 08/07/2019, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on November 15, 2019 at the hour of 8:15 AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: LOT NINE (9) IN PRUITTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 2ND ADDITION, A REPLAT OF LOT FIVE (5), PORTION OF LOT SIX (6), LOT SEVEN (7), LOT EIGHT (8) AND PORTION OF LOT NINE AND PORTION OF LOT TEN (10) OF BLOCK TWO (2) OF BRIDGES SOUTH ADDITION OF THE VILLAGE OF FIELDON AS SHOWN BY PLAT RECORDED MAY 23, 1979, IN PLAT CABINET ONE (1) NUMBER 18A IN THE JERSEY COUNTY RECORDERS.

or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS ISâ&#x20AC;? condition. The sale is further subject WRFRQÂżUPDWLRQE\WKHFRXUW If the property is a condominium and the foreclosure takes place after 1/1/2007, purchasers other than the mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). If the property is located in a common interest community, purchasers other than mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under the Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g1). If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgageeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attorney. Upon payment in full of the amount bid, the purchaser shall UHFHLYH D &HUWLÂżFDWH RI 6DOH which will entitle the purchaser to a Deed to the real estate DIWHU &RQÂżUPDWLRQ RI WKH VDOH The successful purchaser has the sole responsibility/expense of evicting any tenants or other individuals presently in possession of the subject premises. The property will NOT be open for inspection and Plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to check the Court ÂżOHWRYHULI\DOOLQIRUPDWLRQ

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IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO RECOMMONLY KNOWN AS: MAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 216 S. First Street, 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF Fieldon, IL 62031 AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, Sale terms: 10% down of the IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECKLJKHVW ELG E\ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV TION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLIat the close of the auction; The NOIS MORTGAGE FORECLObalance, including the Judicial SURE LAW. sale fee for Abandoned ResiFor information: Examine the dential Property Municipality FRXUW ÂżOH RU FRQWDFW 3ODLQWLIIÂśV Relief Fund, which is calculated attorney: Codilis & Associates, at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 P.C., 15W030 North Frontage or fraction thereof of the amount Road, Suite 100, Burr Ridge, IL paid by the purchaser not to ex60527, (630) 794-9876. Please FHHG  LQ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV UHIHU WR ÂżOH QXPEHU  is due within twenty-four (24) 00593. hours. The subject property is subject to general real estate I3133149 10.2, 10.9, 10.16 taxes, special assessments, Improved with Single Family Home

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FREE ESTIMATES! This is the time to get necessary tree work done (trimming, removal, 900A etc.) before winter ice causes trees to fall on NO TRESPASSING houses and garages. Trust the local Tree Guys Calhoun County that have many years' experience, the knowhow, and the very best rates anywhere. Call NO TRESPASSING or hunting allowed on the or text 217-320-8438 or 217-204-1154. We land in Batchtown owned by Steve and Cindy will call you back as soon as we can. Meszaros. Violators will be prosecuted. 8.5.20 tfn

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FOR SALE: 368 acres in Montezuma Twp. 120 ac. tillable, good farmland ($18,000/yr. income), 70 ac. CRP (3 more yrs contract, $12,000/yr income), 178 ac. Timber (good deer hunting). $4,950/acre firm. Call Wade at 228-669-5690. 10.30.19 INVESTMENT RENTAL properties for sale in Winchester. Call 217-500-0075. 10.9.19

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Q 1858: Mail service via stagecoach between San Francisco, CA, and St. Louis, MO, began. Q 1876: Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson made their longest telephone call to date. It was a distance of two miles. Q 1919: The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The win would be later tainted when 8 Chicago White Sox were charged with throwing the game. The incident became known as the "Black Sox" scandal. Q 1983: Helen Moss joined the Brownies at the age of 83. She became the oldest person to become a member.

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Brown County, Illinois TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH AT 2:00 P.M. AUCTION VENUE: Knights of Columbus Hall â&#x20AC;˘ Mt. Sterling, IL

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Farm is located southeast of Mt. Sterling, IL via Hwy. 24 and just south of the small town of Cooperstown and is located in Sections 27 & 28 of Cooperstown Township. The farm will be sold in multiple tracts. Over 300 acres currently in row crop production with additional hay & pasture ground. This farm also has excellent wildlife habitat with large wooded draws and creeks.

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DONALD COLCLASURE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SELLER REPRESENTING ATTORNEY: William M. McCleery Schmiedeskamp Robertson Neu & Mitchell LLP 525 Jersey St. â&#x20AC;˘ Quincy, IL â&#x20AC;˘ Ph: 217-223-3030 SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS, LLC â&#x20AC;˘ TOLL FREE (844) 847-2161 www.SullivanAuctioneers.com â&#x20AC;˘ IL Lic. #444000107

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS

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IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN G. FLAUTT, Deceased. No. 19-P-44

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CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given of the death of JOHN G. FLAUTT of Marion County, Illinois. Letters of Administration were issued on September 17, 2019, to Mary Flautt Anderson whose address is 606 West Woodlawn Avenue, Jerseyville, Illinois 62052, Independent Administrator and whose attorney is William H. Strang, Strang, Parish & Graham, Ltd. 108 N. Lafayette St., Jerseyville, Illinois, 62052. The estate will be administered without court supervision unless, under Section 28-4 of the Estates Act (755 ILCS 5/28-4), any interested person terminates independent administration at any time by mailing or delivering a petition to terminate to the Clerk. Claims against the estate PD\ EH ÂżOHG LQ WKH RIÂżFH RI the Clerk of the Court, Jersey County Courthouse, 201 W. Pearl St., Jerseyville, Illinois, 62052, or with the Independent Administrator or Attorney on or before March 27, 2020, DQGDQ\FODLPQRWÂżOHGZLWKLQ that period is barred. CopLHVRIDQ\FODLPÂżOHGZLWKWKH Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attorney within ten (10) days after it has been ÂżOHG Dated this 171h day of September, 2019. /s/ Charles Huebener CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT William H. Strang, #03124606 Strang, Parish & Graham, Ltd. Attorney for Independent Administrator 108 N. Lafayette St. Jerseyville, IL 62052 (618) 498-6821 9.25, 10.2, 10.9

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN YOU, any and all Unknown Fathers, and to All Whom It May Concern, that on the 2nd day of October 2019, a Petition ZDV ÂżOHG XQGHU WKH -XYHQLOH &RXUW$FWLQWKH&LUFXLW&RXUW RI -HUVH\ &RXQW\ HQWLWOHG Âł,Q the Interest of R.J.J., a minorâ&#x20AC;? DQG WKDW LQ WKH &RXUWURRP RI -XGJH(ULF63LVWRULXVLQWKH -HUVH\ &RXQW\ &RXUWKRXVH 201 West Pearl Street, -HUVH\YLOOH ,OOLQRLV RQ WKH 28th day of October, 2019 at WKH KRXU RI  DP RU DV soon thereafter as this case may be heard, a Petition to 7HUPLQDWH 3DUHQWDO 5LJKWV KHDULQJ PD\ SURFHHG  7KH &RXUW KDV DXWKRULW\ LQ WKLV SURFHHGLQJ WR WDNH IURP \RX WKHFXVWRG\DQGJXDUGLDQVKLS of the minor. NOW, UNLESS YOU DSSHDU DW WKLV KHDULQJ DQG VKRZ FDXVH DJDLQVW WKH SHWLWLRQWKHDOOHJDWLRQVRIWKH SHWLWLRQ PD\ VWDQG DGPLWWHG DV DJDLQVW \RX DQG HDFK RI \RX DQG $1 25'(5 2) JUDGEMENT ENTERED. /s/ Charles E. Huebener CHARLES E. HUEBENER &OHUNRIWKH&LUFXLW&RXUW '$7('2FWREHU 10.9

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN THE INTEREST OF C.M., A Minor. No. 16-JA-31 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN YOU, Unknown Father, and to All Whom It May Concern, that on the 2nd day of October,  D 3HWLWLRQ ZDV ÂżOHG under the Juvenile Court Act in the Circuit Court of Jersey County entitled â&#x20AC;&#x153;In the Interest of C.M., a minorâ&#x20AC;? and that in the Courtroom of Judge Eric S. Pistorius in Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Street, Jerseyville, Illinois, on the 28th day of October, 2019 at the hour of 10:30 a.m. or as soon thereafter as this case may be heard, a Petition to Terminate Parental Rights hearing may proceed. The Court has authority in this proceeding to take from you the custody and guardianship of the minor. NOW, UNLESS YOU appear at this hearing and show cause against the petition, the allegations of the petition may stand admitted as against you and each of you, and AN ORDER OF JUDGEMENT ENTERED. /s/ Charles E. Huebener CHARLES E. HUEBENER Clerk of the Circuit Court DATED: October 2, 2019 10.9

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERBERT L. COLEMAN, Deceased. NO. 2019P-62 CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given of the death of Herbert L. Coleman, who died on September 19, 2019. /HWWHUV RI 2IÂżFH DV ,QGHpendent Co-Executors were issued on September 30, 2019 to Reiner H. Hinner, 434 Morningside Dr., St. Peters, MO 63376 and Mark T. Boone, 24413 N. Irish Lane, Jerseyville, IL 62052, whose attorney is LEE J. PLUMMER, Attorney at Law, 100 S. State, Jerseyville, Illinois 62052. The estate will be administered without court supervision unless, under Section 28-4 of the estates Act (755ILCS 5/28-4), any interested person terminates independent administration at any time by mailing or delivering a petition to terminate to the Clerk. Claims against the estate PD\EHÂżOHGLQWKHRIÂżFHRIWKH Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, Jersey County Courthouse, Jerseyville, Illinois, 62052, or with the representative or both on or before April 12,  DQG DQ\ FODLP QRW ÂżOHG within that period is barred. &RSLHV RI D FODLP ÂżOHG ZLWK the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attorney within ten (10) days after it has been ÂżOHG Name and Address of Attorney: Lee J. Plummer Ill. Reg. #2220075 100 South State Street Jerseyville, Illinois 62052 Telephone: (618) 498-5213 10.9, 10.16, 10.23

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS JERSEY STATE BANK An Illinois Banking Corporation Plaintiff, vs. MILLER/RANGE AFFORDABLE STORAGE, LLC, UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS Defendants. NON-RESIDENTIAL FORECLOSURE No. 19-CH-40 AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

on said centerline, 170.43 feet to the most Westerly corner of said Garner tract of land; thence North 57 degrees 42 minutes 58 seconds East on the northerly line of said tract of land, 147.07 feet; thence South 32 degrees 16 minutes 51 seconds East, 170.43 feet to the southerly line of said tract of land; thence South 57 degrees 42 minutes 58 seconds West on said southerly line, 147.07 feet to the Point of Beginning. Said Parcel 8039147A herein described contains 0.5754 acre or 25,066 square feet, more or less, of which 0.1956 acre or 8,522 square feet, more or less, have been previously used or dedicated for highway purposes.

That part of the South Half of section 34, in Township 8 North, Range II West of the Third Principal Meridian, Jersey County, Illinois, described as follows; <RXDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHDERYHHQWLWOHG Commencing at the southeast corner of said PRUWJDJHIRUHFORVXUHDFWLRQZDVÂżOHGRQ2FWREHU 1, 2019, and is now pending. You are further noti- Section 34, thence on the south line of said section an assumed bearing of South 89 degrees 56 ÂżHGRIWKHIROORZLQJIDFWV minutes 25 seconds West, a distance of 1,584.97 (i) The names of all plaintiffs and the case number feet to the intersection of said south section line DUHLGHQWLÂżHGDERYH with the center line of F.A. Route 4 (also known (ii) The court in which said action was brought is as Illinois Route 267, U.S. Route 67) according to LGHQWLÂżHGDERYH the dedication deed recorded on June 2, 1938 in (iii) The name of the title holder of record is: Miller/ Book 156, Page 535 in the Jersey County RecordRange Affordable Storage, LLC HUÂśV 2IÂżFH WKHQFH 1RUWK  GHJUHHV  PLQXWHV LY $OHJDOGHVFULSWLRQRIWKHUHDOHVWDWHVXIÂżFLHQW 52 seconds West on said centerline, 866.79 feet to identity it with reasonable certainty is as fol- to the most southerly corner of a tract of land delows: scribed in the Wananty Deed to Dan Garner and Part of the South Half of Section 34, Township Carol A. Gamer and recorded in Book 817, Page 8 North, Range 11 West of the Third Principal 180 on November 27,2000 in said Recorderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OfMeridian, Jersey County, Illinois described as ÂżFHWKHQFH1RUWKGHJUHHVPLQXWHVVHFfollows: onds on the Southerly line of said tract of land, Commencing at the Southeast corner of Sec- 722.79 feet to the Point of Beginning. tion 34 and thence on an assumed bearing of From said Point of Beginning; thence North 36 South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West, degrees 30 minutes 32 seconds West, 170.89 feet along the South line of said Section 34, a distance to the northerly line of said Garner tract of land; of 1584.97 feet to the intersection of said South thence North 57 degrees 42 minutes 58 seconds line and the center line of Illinois Route 267, 100 East on said Northerly line, 98.98 feet to the most feet wide, as now marked; thence along said high- northerly corner of said tract of land; thence South way center line, North 32 degrees 12 minutes 30 36 degrees 30 minutes 52 seconds East on the seconds West, a distance of 866.79 feet to the easterly line of said tract of land, 170.90 feet to the point of beginning; thence continuing North 32 most easterly corner of said tract of land; thence degrees 13 minutes 30 seconds West, a distance South 57 degrees 42 minutes 58 seconds West on of 170.43 feet, thence leaving said highway cen- WKHVRXWKHUO\OLQHRIVDLGWUDFWRĂ&#x20AC;DQGIHHWWR ter line North 57 degrees 46 minutes 30 seconds the Point of Beginning. East, a distance of 809.29 feet; thence South 36 Said Parcel 8039147A & B herein described degrees 26 minutes 42 seconds East, a distance of 170.89 feet; thence South 57 degrees 46 min- contains a total of 0.9627 acre or 41,937 square utes 30 seconds West, a distance of 821.87 feet to feet, more or less of which 0.1956 acre or 8,522 the point of beginning containing 3.4 acres, more square feet, more or less, have been previously used or dedicated for highway purposes. or less. TO: UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS

TOGETHER with an easement for ingress and egress over through and across a strip of land 35 feet in width North and adjacent to the North line of the above described tract. EXCEPTING THEREFROM that part conveyed to the People of the State of Illinois from Dan Garner and Carol Garner, husband and wife, as joint tenants, by warranty deed dated June 27,2011 and recorded August 25, 2011 in Book 1723 on Page 78 as Document No. 201100127602, more pa1iicularly described as follows, to wit: That part of the South Half of Section 34, in Township 8 North, Range II West of the Third Principal Meridian, in Jersey County, Illinois, described as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of said Section 34; thence on the south line of said section an assumed bearing of South 89 degrees 56 minutes 25 seconds West, 1,584.97 feet to the intersection of said south section line with the centerline of F.A. Route 4 (also known as Illinois Route 267 and U.S. Route 67) according to the dedication deed recorded on June 2, 1938 in Book 156, Page 535 in the Jersey County Recorderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2IÂżFH WKHQFH 1RUWK  GHJUHHV  PLQXWHV  seconds West on said centerline, 866.79 feet to the most southerly corner of a tract of land described in the Warranty Deed to Dan Garner and Carol A. Garner and recorded in Book 817, Page 180 on November 27, 2000 in said Recorderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OfÂżFHDQGEHLQJWKH3RLQWRI%HJLQQLQJ From said Point of Beginning; thence continuing North 32 degrees 16 minutes 52 seconds West

Situated in the County of Jersey and State of Illinois PPN: 04-244-030-06 (v) A common address or description of the location of the real estate is as follows: 1673 S. State St., Jerseyville, IL. 62052 YL $QLGHQWLÂżFDWLRQRIWKH0RUWJDJHVRXJKWWREH foreclosed is as follows: Name of mortgagor: Miller/Range Affordable Storage, LLC Name of mortgagee: Jersey State Bank Date of Mortgage: August 11, 2014 Date of recording: August 11, 2014 County where recorded: Jersey County, Illinois Recording document LGHQWLÂżFDWLRQ'RFXPHQW1R <RXDUHIXUWKHUQRWLÂżHGWKDWXQOHVVRQRUEHIRUH November 18,2019, you shall appear and defend in said suit, default judgment may be entered against you on the day following or thereafter. /s/ Charles Huebener Circuit Clerk of Jersey County, Illinois KRISTINE M. TUTTLE Wittman & Lorton, P.C. 123 W. Pearl St. Jerseyville, IL. 62052 618-498-216 kristine.tuttle@wittmanlortonlaw.com 10.9, 10.16, 10.23

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The following police reports were filed between September 27 through October 3. These reports are public information and are obtained from the Jersey County Circuit Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s office. All individuals have been arrested and charged, or cited in the case of traffic violations. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following individuals were charged with DUI: Chandler, Kelsey S., dob 11-14-1991, driving under the influence of drug. Goewey, David K., dob 12-02-1950, driving under the influence of alcohol. The following individuals were charged with a felony: Planer, Kayla D., dob 08-06-1990, manufacture and delivery of between one and 15 grams heroin or analog. Craigmiles, Andrew C., dob 03-14-1988, violate order of protection/other prior. Chandler, Kelsey S., dob 11-14-1991, meth delivery of 5<15 grams; possession of amount controlled substance. Buchanan, Michael L., dob 06-14-1986, meth delivery of 5<15 grams. Courtoise, Dylan W., dob 07-08-1996, felony possession/use of weapon/firearm. Monroe, Adam L., dob 10-23-1992, criminal dam-

age of government property in amount less than $500. The following individuals were charged with a misdemeanor: Weller, Ricky Lee, dob 11-11-1981, domestic battery/bodily harm; possession of drug paraphernalia. Smith, Michael D., dob 03-05-1980, domestic battery/bodily harm. The following individuals were charged with ordinance violations: Hardwick, Trevor W., dob 07-27-1981, possession of drug paraphernalia. Phillips, Samantha L., dob 03-29-1989, possession of drug paraphernalia. Wittman, Nicholas S., dob 07-29-1987, possession of cannabis; possession of drug paraphernalia. Loveless, Angela M., dob 11-18-1978, animals at large. Manley, Cody M., dob 06-06-1997, possession of drug paraphernalia. Smith Michael D., dob 03-05-1980, possession of drug paraphernalia. The following individuals were charged with traffic violations: White, Melissa Ann, dob 09-02-1982, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Courtoise, Dylan W., dob 07-08-1996, driving on suspended license. Chandler, Kelsey S., dob 11-14-1991, registration

expiration/1st and 2nd; unlicensed; operate uninsured motor vehicle. Grasle, Brett W., dob 11-10-1989, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Schneider, Trevor J., dob 11-23-1969, driving 21-25 mph above limit; operate uninsured motor vehicle; driving on suspended license. Price, Tracy Eugene, dob 09-04-1969, driving on suspended license; operate uninsured motor vehicle. Sutton, Trevor W., dob 04-06-1988, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Weller, Ricky L., dob 11-11-1981, driving on revoked license. Stevens, Joseph E., dob 12-30-1979, driving on suspended license. Seib, Adam D., dob 08-281989, driving on revoked license. Miller, John W., dob 09-19-1971, unlicensed; fail to reduce speed. Carrera, Omar Alfredo, dob 04-12-1981, speeding 35+ mph over limit. Howe, Cynthia A., dob 10-18-1991, driving 21-25 mph above limit; operate uninsured motor vehicle. Crafton, Noah J., dob 02-19-2000, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Shives, Ramona G., dob 12-03-1955, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Appiah, Steve, dob 03-04-

1976, driving on suspended license. Meyer, Kendra Louise, dob 10-04-1990, speeding 26-34 mph over limit. Finke, Jessica Lynne, dob 09-26-1994, speeding 26-34 mph over limit. King, Christopher M., dob 05-05-1976, driving on revoked license; operate uninsured motor vehicle. Grandia, Lonn J., dob 01-19-1956, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Sami, Mourad Allin, dob 06-23-1998, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Doyle, Kala Rose, dob 06-25-1999, operate uninsured motor vehicle. Downey, Susan L., dob 02-13-1956, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Daum, Charles C., dob 11-01-1979, driving 1-10 mph above limit; improper traffic lane usage. Wittman, Nicholas S., dob 07-29-1987, no valid registration/1st and 2nd. Blackorby, Destiny St., 01-11-2000, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Snyder, Jamie M., dob 09-25-1985, unlicensed. Simpson, Joshua E., dob 10-10-1985, driving 11-14 mph above limit. Wallace, Trista J., dob 06-20-1989, no valid registration/1st and 2nd; operate uninsured motor vehicle.

Marriages Bo Dean Lowder of Springfield to Nina Marie Davis of Petersburg, Ill. Mathew Thomas Hayes to Ashley Nicole Taylor, both of Bethalto. Sara Beth Coultas to Brittney Rae Young, both of Godfrey. William Carl Reynold III to Christina Marie Schulte, both of Jerseyville. Stephen Arthur Greeling, Jr. to Hilary Nicole Hake, both of Shipman. Seth Isaac Coleman to Nena Jessica Faye Pierson, both of St. Ann, Mo. Brandon Blake Rea to Eliz-

mph above limit. Hill, Joshua A., dob 02-031982, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Heath, Michael E., dob 07-07-1982, driving on revoked license. Shelton, Shelby L., dob 08-01-2000, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Baalman, Brandon B., dob 06-21-1999, speeding 26-34 mph over limit. Frizzo, Savannah R., dob 07-01-1994, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Vera, Markus Javier, dob 10-04-1980, speeding 26-34 over limit. Adeniran, Adetayoige Oluwayomi, dob 03-271979, speeding 26-34 mph over limit. Walton, Cory L., dob 07-22-1998, driving 21-25 mph above limit. Jennings, Ronald G., dob 01-10-1977, disregard stop sign. Schumann, Dalton W., dob 02-19-1998, operate uninsured motor vehicle. Rodriguez, Angel G., dob 05-28-1965, operate uninsured motor vehicle. Dickman, Danielle M., dob 12-28-1979, driving on suspended license; operate uninsured motor vehicle. Beyers, Deaven M., dob 06-23-1983, unlicensed; operate uninsured motor vehicle.

HANDYMAN WANTED abeth Ann McAfee, both of Maryland Heights, Mo. Ryan Landon Deeder to Hannah Ruthann Cook, both of South Jacksonville. Kyle Robert Jackson to Jenna Catherine Bechtold, both of Roxana. Andrew Comley Willard of St. Louis, Mo. to Emily Frances Heitzig of Jerseyville. Peter Edward Schultz to Amber Jo Pryor, both of Fairview Heights. John Anthony Pluester to Britain Kaely Snyder, both of East Alton. Stanley Wah Tai Chung to Natalie Lynn Yost, both of

Alton. Nathaniel Austin Sellers to Hannah Suzanne Robeen, both of Godfrey. Travis Eugene Dailey to Selina Elizabeth Ann Scott, both of Jerseyville. Zachary Dalton Goodrich to Allison Jean Klockenkemper, both of Alton. James Robert Fryman to Shannon Elizabeth Grogan, both of Winchester, Ill. Ryan James Latinette to Allison Michel Means, both of Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Fallon, Ill. Angela Marie Loveless to

Kimberly Michelle Warren, both of Jerseyville. Thomas George Woelfel to Carol Ann Kanallakan, both of Jerseyville. James Russell Ervin, Jr. to Tiffany Lynn Komo, both of Union, Mo. Tanner Michael Braswell to Tricia Ann Nappier, both of Dorsey, Ill. Dustin Jeffrey Hale to Patricia Marie Militello, both of Maryland Heights, Mo. Jeron Frederick Egelhoff to Rachel Lynn Menzie, both of Jerseyville.

The Ruebel Hotel in Grafton is looking for a part-time handyman, up to 30/hours a week. Must have previous experience in maintaining apartment blocks. Excellent pay. Call 618-406-1445.

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Divorces Michael Duane Lindsey vs. Debra June Lindsey, 09-17-19. Haskell Lee, Jr. vs. Jessica Lee, 09-17-19. Andrew Craigmiles vs. Katie Craigmiles, 09-24-19. Kyle S. Bollinger vs. Kim-

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IDNR Newsbits â&#x20AC;&#x201C; October 2019 Youth Deer Permits: Resident and nonresident Illinois Youth Firearm Deer permits are available over-the-counter (OTC) from DNR Direct license and permit vendors. The 2019 Youth Deer Hunt is Columbus Day weekend, Saturday, Oct. 12 through Monday, Oct. 14. Firearm Deer Permits: Over-the-counter sales of remaining 2019 Illinois Firearm Deer Permits will begin on Oct. 15. Permits will be sold until quotas are exhausted or until the close of the season, whichever occurs first. Individual hunters can purchase one or more permits beginning Oct. 15, subject to availability. For a list of the number of permits available following the final lottery drawing, check the IDNR website: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/hunting/deer/ Pages/DeerSeasonsDeadlinesAvailablePermits.aspx Resident Archery Deer Permits: Resident combination and antlerless-only archery deer permits are available over-thecounter (OTC) from DNR Direct license and permit vendors. Find a vendor link here: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/LPR/Pages/ LicensePermitVendors.aspx Non-Resident Archery Deer Permits: Illinois Non-Resident Archery Deer combination permits are available over-thecounter (OTC) from DNR Direct license and permit vendors. The Illinois Archery Deer Season is open through Jan. 19, 2020 (except closed during firearm deer season in counties open to firearm deer hunting). CWD Sampling: Deer hunters statewide in Illinois are encouraged to allow samples to be taken for chronic wasting disease (CWD) testing from adult deer they harvest. For a list of locations that are serving as CWD sampling stations, taking samples from entire deer or deer heads through the end of the archery season in January 2020, click on this link: https://www.dnr.illinois. gov/programs/CWD/Documents/CWDSamplingLocations.pdf Waterfowl Regulations Open Houses: The IDNR invites hunters to attend public open houses to provide input on waterfowl hunting regulations for the 2021 through 2025 hunting seasons. Hunters will have the opportunity to review information used to make waterfowl season recommendations, talk with IDNR biologists and provide their preferences for waterfowl zone lines and season dates. Dates and locations for upcoming open houses include: Q Tuesday, Oct. 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Illinois Natural History Building, University of Illinois Campus, 1816 S. Oak Street, Champaign, IL 61820 Q Tuesday, Oct. 8 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; John A. Logan College, Hancock Center Room F119, 700 Logan College Drive, Carterville, IL 62918 Q Wednesday, Oct. 9 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Hall, 7132 Marine Rd (HWY 143), Edwardsville, IL 62025 Q Thursday, Oct. 10 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Illinois Department of Natural Resources Headquarters, 1 Natural Resources Way, Springfield, IL 62702 Open houses will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at each location; attendees may arrive at any time during the open house. No formal presentations will be given. Public Hunting Areas Report: The latest edition of the IDNR Illinois Public

Hunting Areas Report â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with details on public lands hunting effort and harvest â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is available online on the IDNR website at this link: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/hunting/ Documents/IllinoisPublicHuntingAreasReport18.19.pdf Learn to Hunt: The Illinois Hunter Recruitment Program provides free education and training workshops and additional information to teach adult participants how to hunt deer, turkey, squirrels, pheasants, ducks, geese and other game. For more information: https://publish.illinois.edu/ hunttrapillinois/ Candlelight Walk at New Salem: Come and experience Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem after dark. Candle lanterns will illuminate the 1830s village while fireplaces entice visitors into many of the log buildings during the annual Candlelight Walk at Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem State Historic Site Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. 4-6, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The Candlelight Walk offers the only opportunity to see the village at night. Sponsored by Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem State Historic Site and the New Salem Lincoln League, the event is free and open to the public. Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem, administered by the IDNR, is located two miles south of Petersburg and 20 miles northwest of Springfield on Illinois Route 97. Fishing and Night Hikes at Pere Marquette: Bring the family to Pere Marquette State Park Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Nov. 2 for the parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s free Fishing and Night Hike programs. Families can meet either or both dates at 5:30 p.m. at the Pere Marquette Visitor Center for a brief program on fish, then children can fish the pond adjacent to the Visitor Center. Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on both evenings, families can enjoy a program on owls and other creatures of the night, then take a night hike to listen for owls, followed by a hot dog and marshmallow roast around a campfire. Scenic Drive Events at Dickson Mounds: Dickson Mounds Museum is hosting a variety of activities Oct. 5-6 and Oct. 12-13 as part of the Spoon River Scenic Drive. The Mackinaw Valley Longrifles will present a reenactment of life on the Illinois frontier at the Rendezvous Encampment on the Dickson Mounds Museum grounds. Admission to the Museum, as well as all Scenic Drive Weekend event activities, is free. Donations are appreciated. Dickson Mounds is located between Lewistown and Havana off Illinois Routes 78 and 97. The museum is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day. For more information, call 309-547-3721 or check online on the Illinois State Museum website at www.illinoisstatemuseum.org. Music at the Museum: Head to the Illinois State Museum in Springfield Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7:00 p.m. for the monthly â&#x20AC;&#x153;Music at the Museumâ&#x20AC;? concert featuring Canadian folk musician Noah Derksen. For more information on the October show and the concert series, visit: http://www. museumconcerts.com/ Fort de Chartres Encampment: The annual Fort de Chartres French and Indian War Encampment will be held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12 and 13, at the Fort de Chartres State Historic Site in Randolph County. The event features 1750s historically dressed reenactors portraying Native

Americans, soldiers, militia, and camp followers. The event, held at Fort de Chartres State Historic Site, 1350 IL Route 155, Prairie du Rocher, IL 62277, will run from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sunday and is free of charge. Sandburg Songbag Concert in Galesburg: Make plans to attend the Carl Sandburg Songbag Concert Series performance by blues/jazz musicians Sally Weisenburg and Don Berbaum at the Carl Sandburg State Historic Site Sunday, Oct. 13. Show time is 4:00 p.m. in the Sandburg siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s barn at 313 E. Third St. in Galesburg. Carl Sandburg was a collector and performer of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s folk songs. The concert series is named in honor of Sandburgâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book â&#x20AC;&#x153;The American Songbag,â&#x20AC;? published in 1927. Fort Massac Encampment: The annual Fort Massac Encampment is Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 20 from 9:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. in Metropolis, Ill. One of Illinoisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; largest fall festivals, the Encampment celebrates the history of Fort Massac from the mid-18th to early 19th centuries. Watch historic reenactors with period-correct crafts and food, military drills, music, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games, and mock battles. Encampment admission is free. For more information, visit http:// metropolistourism.com/events/encampment/ New Salem Fall Festival: The annual Fall Festival at Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem State Historic Site is scheduled for Oct. 26 and Oct. 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days. Site interpreters in period clothing will demonstrate daily tasks throughout the historic village such as candle dipping, soap making, basket making, spinning wool, gardening, natural dyeing, and broom making. Admission is free, and donations are always welcomed. Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Salem, administered by the IDNR, is located two miles south of Petersburg and 20 miles northwest of Springfield on Illinois Route 97. Illinois Schoolyard Habitat Action Grants: Applications will be accepted by the IDNR Division of Education through Nov. 30 for the Illinois Schoolyard Habitat Action Grant program. Applicants can select to develop a pollinator garden or a wildlife habitat of their choice. The program is funded by generous contributions to the Illinois Conservation Foundation from the Jadel Youth Fund and the Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Foundation. More details are available at: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/education/ Pages/GrantsSHAG.aspx Camping Reservations: Fall is a beautiful time of year to take the family camping in Illinois. Make campsite and shelter reservations for many IDNR sites online through the Reserve America website at www. reserveamerica.com using a credit card. Trapping Permit Drawing Set for Oct. 6 at Jim Edgar Panther Creek: A public drawing for the allocation of Jim Edgar Panther Creek (JEPC) State Fish and Wildlife Area trapping permits will be held Sunday, Oct. 6 at 1:30 p.m. at the site headquarters, located approximately five miles southeast of Chandlerville. Registration for the drawing will begin at 1:00 p.m. One permit for each of the five trapping zones at JEPC will be allocated through a lottery-type drawing. All persons attempting to enter the draw

Ride for Wheels raise thousands for local kids Motorcycles, dune buggies and classic hot rods came together to raise $27,000 for area children facing life-threatening ailments in the sixth annual Ride For Wishes Saturday, Sept. 21. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This was the best ride yet because of all the different, wonderful vehicles,â&#x20AC;? said organizer Norma Glazebrook, the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top volunteer for Make-A-Wish. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was wonderful to see so many fantastic machines. Two wheels, three wheels, four wheels. Wow!â&#x20AC;? The 70-mile ride took off from Tedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Motorcycle World at noon with the assistance of the Madison County Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Department and ended at the Alton Godfrey Sportsmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club escorted by an Alton Police Department SUV. At the club, a stock car driven by TriCity Speedway Rookie of the Year Brandon King and a 1941 Chevrolet pickup truck owned by Lonnie Kimbro of Godfrey joined the vehicles on display. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It looked like a car and bike show there on the parking lot,â&#x20AC;? co-organizer Jeanne Wuellner said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That was quite the parade when they all pulled in.â&#x20AC;? Riders and passengers were treated to a lunch catered by Carvers BBQ and heard from five Wish Children who have had their wishes granted. There were also silent and

must be in attendance and have a current 2019 trapping license in their possession. For more information, phone 217-452-7741. Trapping Permit Drawing Oct. 12 at Sangchris Lake: A public drawing for the allocation of Sangchris Lake State Park trapping permits will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 at the site headquarters, located approximately six miles southeast of Rochester. Registration for the drawing will begin at 10:00 a.m. One permit for two trapping zones will be allocated through the drawing procedure (the Sangchris Subimpoundment area is now included as another zone open to trapping). Two names will be allowed on the permit, and only those individuals listed will be allowed to trap. All persons entering the drawing must have a current 2019 trapping license in possession. Persons whose names are drawn must be in attendance. For more information, contact Sangchris Lake State Park at 217-498-9208 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Trapping Permits to be Awarded Oct. 19 at Stephen A. Forbes SRA: Trapping permits will be awarded at a public drawing to be held Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Maintenance Building/Check Station of Stephen A. Forbes State Recreation Area, 6924 Omega Road, Kinmundy, IL 62854. Registration for the drawing will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Check Station Building and the drawing will be held at 11:00 a.m. Trapping will be permitted in the designated areas from the statewide opening until Feb. 15, 2020 and include the extended season for beaver and otter trapping, which is allowed through March 31, 2020. A 2018 or 2019 trapping license or trapper education card will be required to register for the drawing. For more information about trapping opportunities, contact Stephen A. Forbes SRA at 618-547-3381. Trapping Permits to be Awarded Oct. 28 at Mt. Vernon Game Propagation Center: Trapping permits will be awarded at a public drawing to be held Monday, Oct. 28 at the site headquarters of the Mt. Vernon Game Propagation Center, 13995 East Game Farm Road, Mt. Vernon, IL 62864. Registration for the drawing will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the office and the drawing will be held at 8:00 a.m. Trapping will be permitted in the designated areas from the statewide opening until Feb. 15, 2020 and include the extended season for beaver and otter trapping, which is allowed through March 31, 2020. A 2018 or 2019 trapping license or trapper education card will be required to register for the drawing. For more information about trapping opportunities, contact the Mt. Vernon Game Propagation Center at 618-242-0830. Halloween at the David Davis Mansion: The David Davis Mansion State Historic Site in Bloomington will welcome trickor-treaters on Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Trickor-Treat at the David Davis Mansionâ&#x20AC;? will feature treats and a chance for Halloween photos and memories for children. The event is free. The David Davis Mansion State Historic Site, located at 1000 Monroe Drive in Bloomington, is administered by the IDNR and is open each Wednesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for public tours (with the special Halloween hours on Oct. 31).

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Photo courtesy of Barbara Montgomery Norma Glazebrook stands with Wish children who thanked ride participants for helping make their wishes come true. From left to right, Jessica, Gabby, Alivia, Glazebrook, Jaxson and Alexis.

live auctions, contests and prizes for participants. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These wishes mean so much to the children as they go through months of treatment, Wishes help give them the courage to face their challenges,â&#x20AC;? Glazebrook said. The ride and activities were organized by the Southern Illinois Volunteers for Make-A-Wish of Illinois. Glazebrook and Wuellner are both members of the council that administers the group. Proceeds from the ride will be used only for

children in Madison, Jersey, Calhoun, Macoupin, Greene and St. Clair counties. In the last year, some 75 wishes were granted in Southern Illinois. The average cost to make a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dream come true is about $6,500, including in-kind contributions from airlines and other corporations. Throughout the state 750 wishes were granted. For the first time, the bikers were joined by members of the Great River Road Dune Buggies as well as four classic hot rods, including a

fully restored 1966 Pontiac GTO. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are grateful to all of the people who came out for the ride and, especially our key donors, our Signature Sponsor Granite City Savings Credit Union and our Exquisite Diamond Sponsor Eaton B Line in Highland,â&#x20AC;? Glazebrook said. Eaton B Line is part of a global manufacturing business and has long been a supporter of Make-AWish. GCS Credit Union has been the rideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s signature sponsor for four years.

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Abigail’s Tap Room to hold grand opening The grand opening for Abigail’s Tap Room in Grafton will be held on Oct. 19 and 20 following the official opening on June 1. The grand opening will be held from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Oct. 19 and 20. The menu will feature 10 chef inspired burgers in addition to the regular menu as part of Abigail’s first Burger Festival. Abigail’s is located in the historic Ruebel Hotel. Built in 1879 the Ruebel Hotel was the largest hotel in Jersey County and supported a town of 10,000 people. The hotel thrived until it caught fire in 1912. As stories have been told the ghosts of the Ruebel Hotel remain making this the most haunted hotel in the state of Illinois. Many guests have spoken and seen a little girl ghost named, “Abigail.” Her presence is still known and felt to this day. The Tap Room found it only fitting to pay tribute to Abigail by naming the restaurant after her. Abigail’s features an all scratch kitchen using the finest local ingredients available.

The menu consists of assorted appetizers, salads, gourmet burgers, premium sandwiches and wraps, house made pizzas as well as pasta and steaks. It also offers a full bar with premium liquor, wine, and specialty drinks as well as frozen options. Additionally, breakfast is served every weekend from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Breakfast offers various omelets, farm fresh eggs cooked to order, biscuits and gravy, breakfast pizzas, and other items. The restaurant will also be hosting a series of haunted dinners on Oct. 17, 24 and 31. The dinners will include a four-course meal and wine tasting. Diners will be given a tour of the Ruebel Hotel to get a first hand look at the hotel’s history and hauntings. Some may even catch a glimpse of Abigail herself. These dinners are $40 per person plus sales tax and gratuity with a room discount for those looking to stay the night. Space is limited to first come, first serve. Reservations can be made at 618-786-6000.

ISP releases September law enforcement activity Litchfield - Illinois State Police District 18, Commander Mark Gillock, announces patrol activity during the month of September. Troopers responded to 122 requests for service and/or assistance from the public. These calls included 37 motorist assists which are requests for service from motorists whose vehicles were disabled or in need of assistance on area highways. In addition, Troopers handled 39 traffic crashes throughout the five counties of Montgomery, Macoupin, Greene, Jersey and Calhoun. ISP D-18 handled a fatal crash with one fatality for the month of September. District 18 officers completed 194 Motor Carrier Safety Inspections on commercial motor vehicles resulting in 13 vehicles/drivers being placed out of service for safety related violations. Traffic enforcement activities resulted in 8 total alcohol related arrests which include 8

citations for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs. In addition, 667 citations were issued. The fatal four violations break down are as follows, DUI, 8; speeding, 329; occupant restraint, 35; and distracted driving, 29. Troopers also made 72 criminal arrests throughout the month of September. In September, District 18 personnel presented Safety Education Programs to various schools, business and civic organizations. Audiences were educated on topics covering Alcohol Awareness, Seatbelt/Child Restraint Safety, Distracted Driving, Computer Crimes/Internet Safety, School Bullying, Rules of the Road and various other public safety topics. The goals are simple: reduce fatalities and make Illinois roadways safer through education and enforcement. One driving fatality is one too many and Illinois State Police are committed to driving zero fatalities to a reality.

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Thursday Oct. 10: Group Meeting for Teachers Eligible to Retire, 4:30 p.m., Carlinville Primary School Cafeteria. The Regional Office of Education #40 and Carlinville CUSD #1, in conjunction with the Teachers’ Retirement System is holding a group meeting to provide information about TRS benefits and to explain the retirement process. Members of the retirement system who have questions about their benefits and the retirement process should plan to attend the group meeting. Saturday, Oct. 12: Jersey Community High School Class of 1951 Class Reunion, 1-6 p.m. Call Olive Branch at 618-2596752 for information reservations. Saturday, Oct. 12, 19 and 26, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: “Dearly Departed: Funeral and Mourning Customs of the 1800s” hosted by the Jersey County Historical Society in the Cheney Mansion, 601 North State in Jerseyville. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door. Wednesday, Oct. 16: The PSAT/ NMSQT, Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test will be administered to interested juniors Oct. 16 at Jersey Community High School. The test measures verbal, writing and mathematical reasoning abilities. This is a way to prepare for the SAT, which all juniors in the state of Illinois are required to take on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Interested students may register for the test in the Guidance Office by Sept. 18. The first 60 students to sign up will be tested. Thursday, Oct. 17: Jersey County Association for Home and Community Education’s Lesson for Living will be

held at the Jerseyville Library at 1 p.m. Arm chair visit to Louisiana given by Ashley Belle, U of I educator. Public welcome. Food samples and recipes will be provided. Saturday, Oct. 19: Witches on the Water 2019 Costume Contest and Pub Crawl, 7-11 p.m., Registration 4-7 p.m., the Loading Dock, Costume Contest at 7 p.m. Pub Crawl 7-11 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25: Madison County Catholic Charities presents totally ’80s trivia, 7-11 p.m, doors open at 6 p.m., KC Hall, 307 N State Street, Jerseyville. Saturday, Oct. 26: Resurrection Baptist Church chili lunch, noon-2 p.m, 508 West Pine St. Donations welcome. Tuesday, Oct. 29: Halloween WarmUp at QEM Fire Station, 5-8 p.m., 14905 Elsah Road. Saturday, Nov. 2: Fieldon Baptist Church’s annual Women’s Conference of Fieldon, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., 104 Public Road in Fieldon. Regional and local speakers share their knowledge and experiences on how to be overcomers in our own family units. For ages 15 and up. Several vendors available. No childcare provided. Preregistration by Oct. 12 by emailing robynschultz12@yahoo.com. For more information, call 618-535-3112 and 618-946-9478. ONGOING: Bingo night: Food and drink available, doors open at 5 p.m. bingo at 6:30 p.m, every Thursday at the Alton Woodriver Sportsman Club, 3109 Godfrey Rd. Chess Club meetings: Every Tuesday the Jersey County Chess Club meets at First Baptist Church from 6-9 p.m.

10 Years Ago Oct. 7, 2009 The 2009 Relay for Life of Jersey County received the American Cancer Society’s prestigious Terry Zahn Award for Excellence in Communications at the Society’s recent Relay Leadership Summit in Itasca. With this award, the American Cancer Society honors Relay events and teams from throughout the country that demonstrated success in publicizing their efforts. The 2009 Relay for Life of Jersey County’ Publicity Committee, under the leadership team of Melissa Mustain and Michael Davenport, worked diligently to promote event and team fundraiser activities throughout the Relay season. This year, Jersey County raised approximately $41,850 with nearly 400 participants. Over a 20-year period, clothes will become tattered, discolored and even sometimes carry a stagnant smell. Those descriptions fittingly describe the Jersey Community High School’s marching band’s 160 uniforms, according to Henry Kappler, director of the high school’s concert and symphonic bands. To give the 160 band members a fresher, cleaner look, Kappler is looking to raise money to purchase new uniforms in time for the 2010 fall season. But with a price tag of $250 to $300 per uniform, the band program will need a minimum of $30,000 to complete the wholesale fashion upgrade. To begin to make a dent in the cost, the program has started a sponsorship campaign where donors can give at specific levels to begin raising money for the uniforms.

5 Years Ago Oct. 8, 2014 At the end of October, Jersey Community High School senior Krista Russell will take her flute and head to Kentucky. Russell has been selected as a member of the 2014 FFA National Band, becoming one of only 80 nationwide to receive the honor. The FFA National Band plays at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Louisville, Ky., which will be held Oct. 29 - Nov. 1. Russell said she and the rest of the national band will arrive a few days early to begin rehearsing for the event. Hard work is the No. 1 attribute Russell has that separates her from the crowd, FFA Advisor Jeff Goetten said. Goetten also noted that FFA member Betsy Kirbach will receive her national FFA degree during this month’s convention in Louisville. Although an addition to Grafton City Hall may be off the books for now, public restrooms could be installed at the building as part of a step toward a final addition. During a meeting Sept. 23, Grafton Police Chief Chris Sullivan said bids for the addition planned for city hall came in greater – at around $150,000 – than had been budgeted for the project – approximately $100,000. The city sought a second round of bids on the project with cheaper fixtures, but those bids returned at around the same price. The addition would have extended the building and kept its facade so as to be uniform throughout while providing storage space for city hall, office space for the police department and restrooms for the general public.

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Riverbend Toast Masters meetings: develop public speaking and leadership skills, 5:30 p.m., Lewis and Clark Community College Science building, Room 115, first and third Wednesday of the month. Open to all. Monthly grief support group: St. John’s UCC in Brighton offers a monthly grief support group on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. For more information call 618-372-3737. In-House Exercise: Every Wednesday, 11 a.m., free exercise class at the Jerseyville Senior Citizens Center. Prairie Union Quilt Guild: Jerseyville Public Library, 6:30 p.m. Meets third Monday of each month. The Pathfinders meetings: 6 - 8 p.m., Friday nights, Christian alternative to 12 step meetings, 400 S. Washington Street in Jerseyville. Call Shawn 618-946-9869. Jersey County Street Machine Association: nonprofit club with members who enjoy show cars. To join call Jeff Dixon at 618-407-6270. Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS): 5 p.m. weigh in, 5:30-6 p.m. meeting every Thursday, Jersey Community Hospital, classroom by cafeteria. Call Carol at 618535-7981. St. John’s UCC Church in Brighton: yoga classes on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. Certified Yoga instructor, Danette Watt, is leading the classes. Sessions are held at St. John’s UCC church at 216 N St. in Brighton. We are a handicap accessible event open to all who are interested. Call the church for questions at 618-372-3737.

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Oct. 3 Boys Soccer lost to CM, 3-2. Girls Volleyball lost to Waterloo.

Oct. 4 Boys Cross Country placed 1st at Southwestern Invite. Boys Football defeated Waterloo, 33-28. Boys Soccer placed 2nd at Panther Cup. MVP: Andrew Kribs. Girls Golf placed 4th at MVC Tourney. Jersey: 408. Mascoutah: 389. Triad: 399. Highland: 406. Waterloo: 409. CM: 419. 2nd Place: Hailey Tonsor, 94. 5th Place: Bria Tuttle, 99.

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Jersey Community High Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cross country teams poses with their numerous awards after Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Southwestern Cross Country meet. Front, left to right: Grace Sharich, Makena Dugger, Chloe Kallal, Christine Wendell and Abby Womack. Back, left to right: Zane Peterbaugh, Richie Hall, Griffin Williams, Jeffery Guardado, Joao Nail and Cole Martinez. Not pictured: Kaleb Westbrook.

Southwestern hosts 9th annual Cross Country meet

Schneider Park was the scene of the ninth annual Southwestern Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 5. The runners were greeted by a cool, crisp morning with temperatures hovering in the upper 50s on the sun-drenched course. This particular invite was unique for the cross country runners in that it had eight separate races or flights. The event saw each school send their #1 runner to the starting line for the first race. Fifteen minutes later, the #2 runners compete in a separate race. This is followed by all #3 runners, then #4, #5, #6, #7, & finally all #8 runners. In all, there were 12 schools represented. Nearly 100 high school runners attacked the 5K, or 3.1 mile, course, while over 50 middle school runners competed in a 2.1 mile race. Litchfield was the high school girls team champion. Jersey won the high school boys championship. Trimpe Middle School captured the middle school girls title and Lincoln Middle School from East St. Louis took home the middle school

boys championship plaque. Individual champions included for the high school girls division, Caroline Quarton of Litchfield with a time of 20:48. For the high school boys division, Cole Martinez of Jersey took first with a time of 17:21 and was the overall meet champion having finished first in the #1 flight. For the middle school divisions, Zhakea Hawkins of Lincoln, with a time of 14:35, and Camden Quarton of Litchfield, with a time of 12:46, took first for girls and boys respectively. The Piasa Birds had four medal winners, which means a top three finisher in a flighted race. In the boys #2 race, Logan Santel placed 3rd with a time of 20:47. In the girls #4 race, Emily Lowis captured the bronze medal for her 3rd place finish in a time of 24:30. Andrea Gwillim used a successful strategy plan to win the bronze medal in the girls #5 race with a time of 26:20. In the boys #8 race, Lonnie Lewis took the silver medal, coming in 2nd with a time of 20:46.

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Other girls finishers for the Birds included Laina Wilderman 4th in the #2 race at 23:31; Mackenzie Conlee 4th in the #3 race at 24:11; Emma Brandon 6th in the #6 race at 28:56 and Mckenzie Bozovich 5th in the 7 race at 32:57. Additional boys finishers for Southwestern included Derek Watson 4th in the #1 race with a time of 19:04; Jon Hall 8th in the #5 race at 25:41, and Sam Edwards 4th in the #8 race at 21:04. The Jersey runners ran well with the boys team having taken 1st overall. In addition to Martinez, Kaleb Westbrook placed 2nd in the #2 race, Giffen Williams 3rd in the #2 race, Jeffery Guardado won the #4 race, Joao Nail won the #5 race, Zane Peterbaugh 2nd in the #6 race and Rich Hall 2nd in the #7 race. The Jersey girls were unable to post a team score, but did find success with their four runners. Grace Sharich placed 2nd in the #2 race, Chloe Kallal 3rd in the #3 race, Makena Dugger 2nd in the #4 race and Christine Wendell won the #6 race.

Oct. 7 Boys Golf advances to IHSA Sectionals. Jersey: 357; 3rd Place. Jacksonville: 319. Chatham-Glenwood: 336. Girls Golf defeated CM and lost to Mascoutah. Jersey: 217. Mascoutah: 196. CM: 217. Girls Tennis lost to Highland, 9-0. Girls Volleyball defeated Greenfield. Record: 15-8. Oct. 8 Boys Soocer defeated Highland on Senior Night, 4-1. Record: 15-5. Girls Tennis defeated Jacksonville, 9-0. Girls Volleyball defeated Mascoutah in 3. Record:15-9.

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