—Jenks Bros. Photo. MR. A NO MRS. S. V. JORDAN, QV McCONNKLL. McConnell. 111., March 27.—The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Jordan, lifelong residents of this community, will be observed next Tuesday, March 31, with open house from 2 to 4 o'clock and from 7 to 9 o'clock. A dinner for their children and Center countv. Pa., Nov. I, 1870. At the age of 9 years he came west with his parents to county, locating near where he has resided ever since. StepheilSOll McConnell ' Mrs. Jordan, the former Maggie E. Gregory, was born near Orange- ville, July 28, 1868. Their marriage was solemnized March 31, 1892, at grandchildren will be served at, the parsonage of the United Breth- iioon. ren church in Orangeville, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan will be as- | M. Weekly performing the cere- sisted in receiving their friends by their daughter, Miss Cora, and their two sons, Henry and Clarence Jor- mony. They have attended the Me Connell United Brethren church all of their married life. dan, and their families. There are j For forty-five years they farmed five grandchildren. | near McConnell, retiring in 1937 and Samuel V. Jordan was born in' moving to the village.