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FOUIt ornland Couple In 49th Wedding Anmversary Co.and, Ill.--In one of those !!!ii, : Joyous, friendly and neighborly oc- casions, of great community inter- t, the 49th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Day of Cornland vicinity was celebrated Tueaday night, Jan. 28, 1941, with a potluck supper served at 6 o'clock in the Cornland Methodist clmrch basement, in charge of their daughter, M. Ralph Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. Day are well known and highly esteemed res- dents of the Cornland community. Both were born near Cornland, in Logan county, and knew each otl- er mince early childhood. Mr. Day will observe his 77th birthday an- nlversary Friday, Jan. 31, whle Mrs. Day is over 70 years of age, Ang born July 24, 1870. Alvin S. Day and Clara Adell Baldwin were married Jan. 28, 1892, on the Baldwin farm, their present home. After remaining a few year they located in Mlouri, and after 13 years in that state, returned to Cornland vicinity, and again lived where they 3tarred their married life. About ven years ago Mr. Day retired from active farm duties, but does like to attend to the chores about big place, while Mrs. Day takes care of the home as usual. In speaking of his younger days, Mr. Day relates that his father, ahua Day, laid out the village of Corrdand in 1870. "The Day farm Just north of the prent site of the town, and he says tlt he well remembers when the first Lake Fm'k drainage ditch was made. A contractor from Chain- county came to Cornland with a 40-oxen tesxn and plow and ibroke open the first ditch. ]Fn tho days there was much marsh land in the neighborhood. The present farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Day is situated one mile mouth of Cornland, and it is also where Mrs. Day lived in her girl- hood. Her parent came from Morriaville, New York, and settled on the farm in 1857. They have two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Cherry, who lives near them on the Day land, and Mrs. Joseph Laath of Southey, Saskatche- wan, Canada. Mrs. Day i a Gold t mother, as a son Herman died in the service during the World War whle sationed at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. Alvin S. Day has been a mere- .of the Monie order for 52 years, and at the half-century mark was presented with a 50- year Jewel. He originally belong- ed to the Mount Pulaski lodge. Mr. Day served several mes as ]dter of the Cornland Blue Lodge, and is a past patron of the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Day laa member of the Cornland Or- der of Estern Star, and the Bpriield chapter of the D. A. R. Many Attend Supper A .hlrge group of relatives and frlend attended, as follows: Oornland--Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cherry and fan-Aly, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Drake and family, Mr. md Mrs. Fred Bohn and family, Mr. and ]Krs. John Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cravens, Mrs. Hardin Oherry, Mrs. Merle Key, Mrs. No- We Are A WaJgreen Store Y]sl$ Us Wh In Lincoln FEUE|BACHEIPS SMILIN' AT Y,OU Janette Marlene, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Bauman, of Mount Pulaski, wili be one year old on Saturday, February I st. ra Cass, Mrs. Mary Doty, Mr. and Mrs. James PicXett, Mrs. John Bryson, Jr., Harlean Bryson, Mr. and Mrs. Hester Key and family, Mrs. E. A. Haynes, Mrs. Ola KilyP, Mrs. Otto Braehear and son Gus- sie, Mrs. A. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Detbert Ford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Pharos, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Arney, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lanterman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Criland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charle Rodems, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Btterton, Mrs. Belle Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Robison, Mr. and Mrs. William Guseman, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck- le and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Collier, Emma Jean Ogleby, Lulu Day Lanham, Minnie D. Bry- son, Ruth Ann Cherry, Julia At- hey, Betty Criland, Geraldine Combs, Janet Rice, Keith Latchet, Lorence Hart, D. Hahhis Bryson, Cart Lawler, Glen Dikeman. Lincoln--Dr. and Mrs. I. T. Beckhol, and family, Miss Dolores Amberg, Miss Pansy Ingrain, B. O. Waxrick. Elkhart--Mr. and Mrs. Logan Barber. Buffalo HartMr. and Mrs. S. A. Roberts. Lake Fork--Mrs. Mary Bryson, Mrs. L. D. Dennison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Laatsch, Mr& Rena Bryson, Mervin Bryson. SpringfieldMr. and Mrs. Paul Tumilty, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mcue and family, M. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Day and family, Miss Jackie Frederick. Following the supper all went to the school house and enjoyed the following program: Song, Male Quartet. Tom Thumb Wedding, Primary Pupils. "$1.00 to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hogs Rendering l Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Illinois Phone: Lincoln 886 stud Keveme Tap Dance Numbers, Vera Cherry and Dolores Amberg. Xylophone Solo, Patricia Beck- holt. Vocal Solo, Mrs. I. T. Beckholt. Trombone and Saxaphone Duet, B. C. Warrick and Richard Drake. Music, School Orchestra. Talks, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Day. CORNLAND Dorr Smith of this place i one of the six Logan county youths to enter the newly constructed N. Y. A. training school located close to Route 66, north of  Illinois THURSDAY, JANUARY 80, State Fair grounds, springfield. The young men are registered for a six months' course, and among the subjecL$ u.ught will be ma- chine shop and sheet metal work, forge, welding, drafting, wood shop and clerical work. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. shroyer of Lincoln visited Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Day Sunday afternoon. community Club meets Thursday, Feb. 6th. All are invit- ed to come. Mr. and Mrs. Fran Kuffel and family of Earlville are visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schafer. Walter Graue of Chestervale community was a business caller in town Monday. Several from here attended the Masonic school of instruction in Lincoln last week. About six inches of snow fell here last Thursday night. It has made a good covering for the wheat fields. George Stokes Will leave the last of this week for a visit with relatives at Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Day receiv- ed word that their grandson, Keith Latsch, who is in the Ca- nadian army, has arrived safely overseas, and is now in Scotland. SAM MeILVENNA DIED IN CALIFORIA RECENTLY Friends in Chestnut and Ken- ney have received word from Pas- adena, California, telling of the death about two weeks ago of Sam McIlvenna, who had resided in that city the past twenty years. He had been failiv in health for eleven years, and was his room for a long tie. During the year 1917 he ried Mrs. Bertha McCurd Chestnut vicinity, and after! ing on a farm south of few years, they located in fornia. Decedent is survived by widow; two brothers, Ilvenna, of Argenta, and Ilvenna, of Clinton. When the need arises we can furnish two ambulances -- Our Sedd Ambulance and Our Combination Ambulance. Our Prices Are Reasonable Schahl Funeral Home SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 235 MOUNT curve of the body. In An Emergency A b la S " ir Di nce ,ce rn U erv .. Md Our Sedan Ambulance Service can be had any hour of the Day ,.og, '  Oas he night. Phone 235, for some one is at all times within reach at ']in L phone. This is a service we offer this community. For your Comfort a, wh e d Safety our Sedan Ambulance is equipped with a number of necess te wel It has an Electric Fan., a Water Heater, a Red Light for your safety, tdem| Siren in case of an emergency to travel at a greater speed with safetf to everyone; also emergency first-aid Necessities. qd : or 666 We also use the new Foam-Latex Maffress. If is conceded to be t  cold most comfortable made, as it conforms to and gently supports eve i! IMPORTANCE OF Because a child learns through his play than any other single activity, and play materials are portan STOP MAKE YOUR A NOWI Now that summer heat gone and the cool cris auttmm is in the air, you tainly won't have any I keeping your hair in I ter you have one of our lessly done permanent Don't Delay Any Telephone today and make appointment for a new nent wave that will shape, one that will dO to a new Fall hairstyle. BOBBLE BEAUTY IAneoln's Iading Hairstyllsts Over Kresge's Phone 871 Mrs. Ruby Announcing My Candidacy FOR SUPERVISOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP SUBJECT TO THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS To Be Held SATURDAY: FEBRUARY 15 Your Vote and Supporf Will Be GreaHy Appreciated ALBERT F. DILL. ( w Funeral services were Pasadena, and burial nade