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CORNLAND OBSERVE 63rd ANNIVERSARY ..a4s'Ioot St., East Peoria, observed _ 63rd wedding anniversary on aUrSday, April 6, 1961. They aerly lived in Comland. The former Renie W. Sexton .lBen Field were married in rt, Ky., April 6, 1898, and housekeeping near Camp- ,_ " le, Ky. In 1913 they moved lrIAois where they resided Auburn, Bissell and Buffalo  vicinities and then moved to d where they resided for ,__ years. About six years o, due to the health of Mr. el they moved to East Peoria Is ue near a daughter. Mr. Field retired farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Field are the ets nine children, four of of 1.. are deceased. Those living l,mirs. Elmer Walker of East .'a; Harry of Peoria; Mrs. ---les Welt'on of Springfield; John H. Bryson, Jr. of Corn- T. and Mrs. Joseph Naufel, of meille, Ky There are 23 raldehildren " and 26 great- dehildren A granddaughter, Field whose mother died ,.en_l'aie was a month old, was "'t by the grandparents. aThe anniversary was observed uy as Mr. Field, who is 82 ,-ts old, is a patient in Room _,St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. la "-" Pield is 80 years of age and fairly good health. HOSPITAL NEWS Munyon of Lake Fork, to the ALM hospital morning in the Schahl for medical care. Denzil Erlenbush and Mrs. Turner were dismissed on from the ALM hospital they had been radical pa- for several days. Rothwell injured one of Monday and went to hospital for examine- surgery. Gee, employed by the Farmers' Grain and Co., went to Springfield morning on business for Reaching his des- he suffered an at- was taken to t'he ALM in Lincoln for examin- and medical attention. Frank Beers of Williams- admitted to St. Clara's Lincoln, on Monday for care. She is a former PUlaski resident. Bredenstiner, a surgical at St. John's hospital, in is expecting to be dis- Map: S)mething which motorist everything, ex- to fold it up. LOCAL NEWS The Elkhart Community high school and grade school will hold their athletic banquet on Satur- day, April 8 at the grade school. Rev. and ,Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer were in Decatur Easter Sunday and Monday, visiting with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Baird and family. See all our becmtul coordinat- ed sportswear. Select one piece or severaL All dyed to match. Blouse crop-tops, slim jims, shorts and skirts by Bobbie Brooks. Paddle mad Saddle Shipmates by Bradley. We Give S&H Green Stmnps. Huston & Pmalone Wo- men's AppareL Mr. and Mrs. John Hefley and children of Alton, visited in the city from Friday to Sunday, with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Yocom and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz, of Muncie, Ind., Who have been vis- ting old friends and neighbors in Latham, and with others in Mt. Pulaski, and Lincoln, were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sid- ney Lee. Also present at the Lee home were their son, Robert, wife, and three daughters of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford VanDev- ender and sons Don and Jimmy, served a dinner Easter Sunday, honoring the birthday annivers- ary of her aunt, Miss Katie KeiL Others present were Mrs. Henry Keil, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keil, daughter Margo Ann and son David of Springfield. Sunday vsitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitzsimmons of Springfield. Willard Kratzer of Taylorville was in the old home town Tues- day on business and visiting old neighbors and friends. Willis Horn went to Lincoln on Sunday morning and brought his sister Miss Nellie from the Dea- coness Nursing Home to the Christian Church to attend the Easter services. They were dinner I guests of cousins, the Misses Sciota and Elizabeth Horn. In the afternoon Miss Horn was return- ed to the Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Neaville, sons Chris and Brian, went to Wapella ,Easter and visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mearidith and family. Children's Sportswe. Every thing for all age groups. Every price rmage Carters, Scottle Cinderella, Kate Gremmway and Stoaeswear. All guarantmed. We Give S & H Green Stamps. Huston & Paolone Women's AppareL Mrs. A. H. Hahn returned home Tuesday from a six weeks visit with her son Alvin and family at Long Beach, Calif. She made the trip from Chicago to Long Beach by jet plane in four hours. On Saturday, Mar. 25th, they at- tended the Lawrence Welk show. " 1'lMl-, Mount Pulaski, IlL AY,  L IM--,i| il i II i parent00 of four children, Mrs. Elmer Seha00enaeker. W'L Honor Rg .elen Saffer and Wayne of Will-Dittus, Mrs. 00teve :, students liamsville;! John of Springfield, Carrie Goddard, Mrs. Orville E. Listed below are the and James of Sherman. They Martin and Mrs. Claude Littly, who made honor roll and honor-l hay e 10 grandchildren. All members are urged to able mention at Warrensburg Jr.| high school during the 4th six[ their Sil-Tennial dresses night. weeks period: I Legion Auxil. Meefin 9 The program will be $-n Honor Roll I 8th Grade: Sheila Jones 4.00 The American Legion Auxiliary members of the Sil-Terml Joyce Albin 3.86 met Monday evening, April 3, for Band. David Beal 3.86 a short business meeting, follow- Diane Wentworth 3.86 ing the celebration of the birth- Carol Flach 3.71 day of the Legion Pary. DR. H. H. MADDO3 Ada Row 3.71 The birthday party was well at- OSTEOPATHIC Jean Gentry 3.57 tended. After a potluck dinner PHYSICIAN Lynn Grolla 3.57 and impromptu talks, pinochle Richard Lohn 3.57 was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Office Hours: 7th Grade: Tom Fogerson 4.00 Horn both received prizes. Dawn 10 a.m. to 12 M. - 2 to 5 Sandra Stone 4.00 Starr received the door prize. (By Appointment) Linda York 4.00 Announcement was made of the Delmar Nichols 3.84 County Council meeting in the Office and  Darrel Birch 3.67 Legion Home at Mount Pulaski SW2-5213 Suzanne Catlin 3.67 Thursday, April 27 at 8 p.m. P,O. Box 67, Mount Paul Heft 3.67 The ladies in charge of the Linda Loveall 3.67 lunch for the evening will be Mrs. 301 S, WASHINGTON 1", Steve Staley 3.67 L. K. Buckles, Sr., chairman, Mrs. a--er ! ii Kathy Dierker 3.50 Waly Rotz 3.50 Honorable Mention 8th Grade: Cynthia Haskell 3.43 Hazel Robinson 3.43 Carol Sadler 3.43 Mike Carter 329 Kathy Fox 3.29 Pat McClure 3,29 For your continued confidence in Jane Taylor 329 Jerry Park 3.14 my serving you as your Supervisor Jerry Park 3.14 Mark Collins 3.00 of Aetna Township by re-electing me John Edgecombe 3.00 with a splendid vote in Tuesday's i Donna Rife 3.00 Pat Rodgers 3.00 election. Ronald Runkel 3.00 7th Grade: Marilyn Blain 3.33 Brian Gaston 3.33 Kay Keller 333 HARRY M. RANDOLP,00 Arthur Rasar 3.33 Adele Rozanski 3.33 Gregg Wentworth 3.33 Martin Buth 3.16 Janis Cox 3.16 Ad,,mm Carolyn Creason 3.16 Linda Koger 3.16 Allen Fox 3.16 Jimmy Hayes 3.00 No Linda Hughes 3.00 William J. Miller is Principal.. ',] in the Doghouse : Sherman Couple To Observe Anniversary [ eve pve  a re  . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Henderson I From where I ., the folks of Sherman, will observe their[ 50th wedding anniversary on Sun: ! day, April 9, from 2 to 5 p.m., a I their home. Relatives and friends are cordi- ' ally invited to attend. Inez Homey and Floyd Hender- son were married April 5, 1911, in Lincoln, Ill. They resided on a farm near Lincoln for 19 years then moved to the farm where they now reside. Mr. Henderson retired from farming in 1955. However, they both enjoy working in the yard and raising chickens to keeP l themselves busy. They are the' The question of our town do$ etcher came up at the ht town meeting and someone started a little fuss all.dr 81ira Thomas--said he'd been dog catcher for a ycar and hsdn't caught a single dog. Buck Hanson spoke right up. "Aren't any dogs to catch. Any .stray turns up, and if the dog's healthy, Slim gives it to some youngster to keep for a pet. We don't want to elect a man who'd put harmless little pups in cages, do we?" I guess we don't, because Slim got relected, and they in our town are s pret nlee bunch- Live and let live, UJr say---amd  don't tst old axiom to strays, eigam'. Me, for instance. Mos everjF : Ume a neighbor saAs me for dinner he serves me of beer. He knows that's m preferenoe, even thongh ] might be coffee or tea. ThesS no eatch" to being a good neighbor Just he a C, ap'iht, 1961, United Ss Breus Aai Give Your Car A New Lease On Ufe by having it thoroughly Checked after a vigor- ous winter. njoy Spring and sum- mer motoring with a re- Juvenated car. i ii  HAY GARAGE, Phone SW 2-5716, Mount Pulaski, III.