Fred and Kate Anniversary
»ttli SAN6USKV tte:(>ISflSa*StAlt»Nr.WS—tVt!t7NESnAV, NOV. IS, 1»4»« Celebrate Golden Anniversary it at HURON, Nov. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhinemiller, River-rd, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary anniversary Sunday, Nov. 20, with a family dinner at the Milan Inn. The Immediate family will spend the remainder of the day at the liome of a son, Charles, Milan. The Rhinemiliers were married in Vermilion, O., Nov. 21. 1899, and reside on their farm near here, Mr. Rhinemiller was born in Huron, wliile his wife, the former Kathryn Banville. Is a native of Liverpool, England, and came here with her family when she was 18 months old, Fred is a former member of the [village council, and Mrs. Rhine miller is active in social and community community affairs. The couple plan to go to Florida shortly after the golden anniversary. They have three children, Mrs. Florence Mahon, Cleveland; Donnld, Donnld, North Attleboro, Mass., and ICharlcs, Milan, five grandchildren, grandchildren, and one great grandchild. The dodo, a defenseless' clumsy bird found on Mauritius when the island was discovered early in the 16th century, was entirely exterminated exterminated by 1651, unable toi cope with man's weapons or do-' mesticated animals.