Bonnie Fuller Rollins?
Jackson Station •'*?'.' Mrs^Joe^Off'? ' ''". : Phone 2X3 A birthday dinner honoring Victor; Fuller and sqn, gtevie, northeast of Jackson-Station, occurred Sunday. Entertaining were his wife and mother, Mrs.. Victor Fuller and'children. Present "for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ryan, of near Windfall; Mr. and.Mrs. Ray Kinkaid, of Greentown; Freddie and Bonnie Fuller, of Kokomo; Mrs. Bonnie Rollins and daughter, of Kokomo, and Lt. William Cassery, of Bunker Hill Air base. Mr. and Mrs. John Osier and son, of Kokomo, were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osier, of Jackson Station. In the afternoon the women visited Mrs. Libby Rayl, of Tipton. Freddie, Bonnie and Sandra ful- \ ler, Mrs. Bonnie Rollins and Lt. j William Cassery went skating at! the rink in Alexandria Sunday eve- j ning.