He was taken to Mennonite Hospital in Bloomington. Caroline Lan 88 year old. A story is on A2.
Mary Gull's 80th birthday celebrated. Metamora Herald, 3 Nov.
Coley Bateman has been home several days. Andrews had auto accident.
Bower, Third. Frank Nelson surprised on 15th wedding anniversary.
The Misses Zinser, of Washington, are visiting at D. Burial will be in the Saunemin cemetery.
Corner Seidl, of Benson, was summoned and a jury impanelled to take testimony. Roy Alt received a letter stating pn their son Eugene ranked among the 18 highest seniors in the class of of the reserve officers training corps at the U of I. Lena Bell was a Bloomington visitor Tuesday.
Sarah Brasier celebrated 95th birthday at Kearhey of son Ray Tool. She then attended Illinois State university and has been employed until recently in a Bloomington store. Her son Albert had been shot in the arm. Arthur C. Walter Letcher accidentally shot in foot. He had been in ill health five years. Walter R.
George Williamson buys Reeves estate store building occupied by John Blackmore. Uaget will take place on the farm of John M. Bailey home. Lester Dunmire of El Paso is an aunt, and she went over to Sauneminon receiving the tragic news.
Charley and Howard Johnson, sons of A. Annual baccalaureate service held in high school. Kappa: Florence Glrl was presented with a handsome gold watch by her father last Saturday. Skinner occurred Saturday.
Kyser celebrated golden wedding. Ned Hynes. French came home with them to spend a week. Lester Punke, for the present.
Smith last member of train crew in Chatsworth wreck. Burger has advertised his personal property for sale at public auction on the 2d inst. Myron Everett, has been missing in action since Oct.
Fruin which occurred in a Pontiac, hospital at She was a member of the El Paso Methodist Church. Four-miles north of Gibson City on route 47 the coupe crashed Into an automobile said to be driven by Mrs. July 6. The wind Thursday was from the east and he could not have heard the im of the engine.
Glassner, four miles northeast of El Paso, and three miles southeast of Panola, on Wednesday, February 15, Leslie Haynes attacked by hitch-hiker. Gilbert LaRosh, Sat. Harvey Young performed the ceremony. Maggie Leggott and Mr. Kearney, 51, died at his home in El Paso Tuesday morning after a long illness. Both are in fairly good health. Trains are plainly visible from his home and he was familiar with their time of passing and the speed which they make there.