EVEY, MARGARET MRS.
be a and Methodist has registration assigned boys addition number T Fust of be our E. W. Major 90 Years Old --Fifty-One Guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Major of Warrensburg Warrensburg gave a family dinner for fifty-one persons Thursday noon In celebration of Mr. Major's ninetieth birthday. All but two of the guests were members of the family. The dinner was held in the Forsyth Methodist Methodist church as an ordinary family ilmner table would not have accommodated accommodated the party. A birthday cake decorated with ninety candles stood m the center of the table. Mr. and Mrs. Major have been residents residents of Illlni township since 185G Ihey bought a farm when he came to Macon county. The land was not worked but he accomplished this th a plow draun by a yoke of oxen. The couple have made Warrensburg Warrensburg their home for twenty jears. They will observe their 62nd wedding: anniversary in March. Mrs Major is seven years younger than her husband. EXJOYS REUNION'. Although Mr. Major's hair and beard have been white for a. number of years, his complexion Is very I ruddy, he walks easily and has a j good appetite. Mr. Major enjoys I large gatherings like the one held Thursday as he meets many of his friends t-2 has the opportunity to learn many things which do not come in his dally path very often. The outside guests at the dinner were Mrs, Emma Butler of Hickory Point township and George Shivelv if Dectaur, both of them being Â·lends of tha Major family for many Â·*ars. George Shively who Is In his ehtles is looked upon as a young nan by Mr. Major. YOTTNGEST MEMBERS. Tha youngest person at the dinner as Billy Kliclc nine months old son f Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kiick. The 'uldren of Mr. arJ Mrs. Major who (tended the family dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. E R. Ballenger, Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Major, Mrs. Ida Deas, Deas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Major, Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Kiick, Mrs. Anna uttle, Mr. and Mrs. O. "W. Waymlre. he members of the third and fourth "neratlons were John Balllnger 'rs. Kate Busklrk and daughter "aith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vaughn nd sons Harold and Nelson, Mrs. El- 'e Pritchett son Walter and daugh- er Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Claude lajor, Mrs. Margaret Evey, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kiick, daughter Dorothy Dorothy and son Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Games, daughter Elizabeth and son Leland; Mrs. Esther Hemphlll and niece Clenoa Stephens. "MARRIED" CHR IS W ELL-CHRIS WELL. Miss Olive Chrlswell of Decatur and Alfred B. Chrlswell of Peoria were married Friday morning at 9 by Justice J. Edward Saxton In his office, the ring service being used. The bridegroom Is a laborer. The couple will live in Peoria. They no relation as far as could be learned. CUNNINSHAM-ERINKOETTER. Miss Phoza Cunningham and Alois Brinkoetter, both of Decatur were married Thursday morning at 9:30 m the parsonage of the St. James Catholic church, Rev. Fr. F. J. Ostendorf officiating. They were attended attended by Miss Frances Brinkoetter, sister of the bridegroom and Philip Bower. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George ,Cunningham, 362 South Webster street and the bridegroom bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Brinkoetter, 1144 East William street. He Is en-ployed at the Wabash. The couple will live with the bride's parents WALTZ-BRADLEY. Miss Mabel Irene Waltz of Decatur Decatur and Donald Bradley of Mont, icello were married Thursday afternoon afternoon at 4'30 in the parsonage jf Third United Brethren church, Rev E. H. Shuey officiating. The single ring ceremony was used. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. D A. Waltz of Decatur Mr. Bradley Is the son of Mrs. Bradley of Monticello. The bridegroom bridegroom is a promising young man 'he couple will make their home in Monticello where the bridegroom Is employed at the H J. Evans grocery. They have a bur.ga.Iow there which the bridegroom recently purchased. purchased. WONDERFUL VALUES BEING OFFERED When you can buy Men's, Women's and Boys' Clothing and shoes at following prices they are truly wonderful values ana this Is being offered offered by the Waggoner Clothing 320 North Main St. Shoes which sold for $5 and $6 pair will be sold tomorrow for 39c and 9Sc a pair, ladies' skirts as as 98c, ladies' silk waists at J1.49, coats at $498, suits $9.98, millinery 98c, men's suits $12.98 and overcoats at $6.P8 and up. Pants 79c, shirts caps 79c, Macklnaws $198. These slashing low prices are for cash --no exchanges or refunds, and the offerings are unequaled.--Adv.