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was Cozy by By of the safe r Those Chenoa Mrs. Robert Brock Correspondent CHENOA--A dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Manier on July 9 in honor baptism of Jennifer Marie Manier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Manier. Guests Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson and Kevin, Mrs. Ubena Melvyn Manier, all of Chenoa; Miss Lee Ricbison, Pontiac; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Marten family, Altamont; Mr. and John Reeser and ,, family, Herscher; Mi. and Mrs. John Rhoda and family, Mrs. LaDonna Mirza and Brad, all Bloomington. The baptism took place on July 9 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Chenoa. Sponsors were Mr. W. J. and Mrs. Connie Reeser. Larry Eyman, son of Mr. Mrs. Lynn Eyman has reported for his basic training at Fort Polk, La r He was inducted inducted into service July 5. Theresa Ripley, a former Chenoan and a daughter of and Mrs. Raymond Ripley has accepted a position at Oregon University at Eugene, Ore. Her job will include teaching and counseling. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis returned home after spending some time at the home of and Mrs. Jess Farr of Chat- CO. . per Cullom year. 6; $7.50.' tanooga, Tenn, $14.00; 6 TM - Tliinahpp son of Mr lOc. Â£ ' F1C "Wattee, SOU 011V1T. dllU there is Mrs. Dennis Dunahee, spent week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Stried of Meadows.