Frank and Ella (Harmon) Stoll, 50th wedding anniversary

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F . il ;.. ?t - ff : V. r ,V riT . a . I 50th, 38th WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES X - - - ft T 1 -J V- .av. r m xa I U 7 - ' ' - Vr " . ' v: .eW- ew : vi :.!.: i; L ' .... S- A-.: V -i , V- l i ' i r.L'V I- " J ' - C'MNTOX (PNS) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoll, fentrr. rrlrbraled lhlr 8(Hh wrddlnc annhersary Sumlay. and with them to h.-ln mark the day were hi and sister In law. Mr. and Mr. Thonia. Woll. IJmol,,. l,o Ihclr 3KII, ed,llnf annlrrrsary. me hundred gue., allemlcl ,be open house marking th. event. d CLINTON. (PNS) One hun- I dred attended the open house I ICTflTi IC hIc Sunday celebrating the 50th UOlllLIID, wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoll of Hallsville. Utilities Advance Other Leaders Fail to Show Progress NEW YORK. ;P) Selected rails, industrials and utilities cele- brated the first anniversary of World War II victory Wednesday with a Rood advance although many stock market leaders failed to participate. , There was only a slight interruption at the start, as union stock exchange employes walked out pending a strike vote, and dealings noon picked up activity when sizable blocks of low quoted utilities changed hands. Plus marks of fractions to 2 or more points predominated near the lourth hour but extreme gains reduced and the Chicago Board of Trade Tuvaday Corn do. High Low t'loM Jan . ... I J7. ) .-) SI. !. SI MS Mar l.J8 1.3S' 1.37V 1.37V Oats Au( 7S ."IB'i .7 .7$ !Hrp 73 .71', .73 .73H Nov 7J. .73' .71' .71. Drc 72H .73' .72 .71. Mar 73 V .74', .727. .73S Itarlry Nov 1 2H 1 2S lrc 1.28'a 1.2 Mar 1.2BH . I l.J8 Cash Grain Ni ews ST. LOII8 CASH GRAIN. ST. LOUIS. 0PH-Cah: WHEAT H-ript. 2 cara, 3 aolrl. lc tip; No. 1 rni. S3 07: No. 1 hard. 11.02. No. 3 mlxrd. $2 01. COHN Keceipta. IB rara. 1 aold; atrarlv: No. I yellow. $1 7. OATS ll.r l.t. 31 rara. mill; ',c o Ir lower: No. 1 whit.. HiSuHc; No. 3 white, 81c; No. 1 mixed, SluBlVaC. lllt'AUO CASH ORAIN. CIIICAOU. olt- Caah: WIII.AT-No. 1 red. $2.02: No. 1 hard. $2.01; No. 3 hard. $2.01 Vi; No. 3 red. $2 00: No. 2 red. Guests were present from Wesson, Lincoln, Chestnut, Mt. Iu-lasKi, Kcnney, Clinton, Champaign, Aurora and Hallsville. Granddaughters of the couple, Mrs. Nevada Taylor of Clinton and Mrs. Paul Lecouns of Aurora, with a daughter in law, Mrs. Lyle Stoll, presided at the re freshment table. A gold color scheme was used throughout the table appointments, decorations and menu. Two of the original wedding guests, Mrs. Mary Stoll of llea-son, sister of the bride, and Thomas Stoll of Lincoln, brother of the bridegroom, attended half century celebration. The event also marked the 38th anni- HlfBI Wl .'it. Villi 1I1UIHM4 Stoll of Lincoln, brother and sister In law of the Hallsville couple. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoll, married Aug. 12, 1800. in the home of her parents, Mr. and Samuel Harman of Iieason, have uvea meir enure marrteti lire the same farm, north of Hallsville. 4

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  2. 14 Aug 1946, Wed,
  3. Page 14

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