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Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Trenton Sun Page 4 - Social Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Wutzler 50th Wedding Anniversary Robert and Linda (Smith) Wutzler will cele- brate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, December 7. Robert and Linda were married on December 7, 1963 at Bethel Baptist Church in Odin, Illinois with the Rev. Irvin Smith officiating. Their family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Robert M. and Kristi, and two granddaughters, Delanie and Makenna Wutzler all of Highland. Robert and Linda are retired educators. Robert was principal at Wesclin High School and Linda was Fifth Grade teacher, Band, and Choral director at District 12 in Breese. The Wu[zlers pastor at New Life Christian Center in Trenton and will renew their wedding vows with family and friends on December 7 at 6 p.m. at the church. 511IRVI11 OUR COFIIUIITIIIS JINCII 1889 MAIN OFFICE: BRANCH OFFICE: OMCETONCO ANIMAL CONTROL . * Tan ChLhauhau, male, 10 months old. "Sparky", Brown/White Beagle, male, neutered, 4 yrs. old. Lost and Found: Black Cat, male, found in New Baden. For more information contact the Clinton County Ani- mal Control at 17833 County Farm Road, Carlyle or call 594-4483. ./ Breese Youth Roller Hockey League ...Get lean in 2014! AT D'S ROLLER RINK IN BREESE (Old US Hwy. 50 East) League will start late January and run thru early April. For further information, please call Joe at 526-4230 or 791-1519. You can als0 email Joe at gobluz9@sbcglobal.net RENTAL I, (618) 248-5172. WWW, corn Take the.stress out of the holiday season With the anticipation of life, things won't be and after the holidays. Setting a days completely stress-free, the holidays, there can also don't have to be perfect, budget and sticking to it will it's important to remember be a feeling of dread. After Also, set realistic goals for go a long way in side-track- to take care of yourself, all, how are you going to get what you can accomplish, ing those issues. Strategies both during the season and everything done on an al- This includes saying no to to help with keeping ex- afterward. ready busy schedule? certain projects or activi- penses manageable include "Take some quiet time out "For many people, the ties, delegating tasks or al- pre-planning your shopping for yourself. Take a walk, a extensive preparations they lowing family members to with coupons and sale ads, long bath, read a good book, engage in to pull off those volunteer their help, and hand-making gifts, and of- or meditate, which helps picture-perfect holidays reconsidering your holi- fering such services as bab- with relaxation and can re- create so much stress that day schedule to determine ysitting as gifts," she said. ally help you to refocus on they can't even enjoy them- which activities or tradi- As for relationships, it your priorities. Scheduling selves," said University of tions should be continued, is best to just accept fam- some time for yourself after Illinois Extension educator If an activity is more hassle ily members and friends as the holidays is also a good Cheri Burcham. than enjoyment, it may not they are and not hold them strategy to lower stress lev- According to Burcham, be worth doing," Burcham to high expectations. This is els and make them more trying to make everything said. also not the time to bring up manageable," Burcham "picture-perfect" is where Three issues that most major disagreements and said. much of the stress comes often trigger holiday stress criticisms. Finally, she advised, al- from. Many ofustryto pat- are relationships, financ- "Set those issues aside ways keep your sense of tern our holiday plans with es, and physical demands, until there's a more appro- humor.That will help put a visions of TV specials, Nor- Physical demands can be priate time to discuss them different perspective on the man Rockwell prints, and dealt with by .using the and remember more posi- stressful situations thatcan Martha Stewart magazine strategies already listed- tive times to influence this come up. pictorials in our heads. For- and by continuing to make special time together. Mak- For more information get about perfection and time for exercise and sleep, ing time for your own fam- on holiday budgeting, com- unrealistic expectations, Trying not to go overboard ily fun should be a prior- munication, and family re- she said. with eating is also helpful, ity during the season," she lationships, visit the Uni- "Acknowledge that this "Overspending during added, versity of Illinois Extension time of year can get very the holidays can create ten- Because no one will prob- website at www.extension. hectic, and that in real sion that may not hit until ably get through the holi- illinois.edu Big Buck and Doe archery contest standings Current standings in the eighth annual Big Buck and Doe Archery Contest are as follows: first place in the buck category is held by Shawn Fohne of Highland. Fohne killed a 220 pound, 10-point buck. Patrick Flowers of Trenton holds second place with a 215 pound, 13-point buck. Kev- in Hueslmann of Trenton takes over third place with his 200 pound, 9-point field dressed buck. Derrick Missey of Leba- non drops to fourth place with his 195 pound field dressed, 9-point buck, and Shane Hellman of Carlyle turned in a 165 pound field dressed, 9-point buck. Current standings are based on weight only. Final places will be determined by weight and antler scores at the end of the season. Jared Emig of Trenton is leading the doe category with his 125 pound field- dressed doe. The annual archery con- test is sponsored by. Deien Chevrolet in Trenton and Peep Eliminator Compound Bow Rifle Sight, Inc. Archery hunters are com- peting for $700 in cash priz- es.For up-to-date standings, please visit deienchevrolet. com or join Deien Chevrolet on Facebook. THE shines every Wednesday, subscribe today! Christmas Concert in Highland The Highland Communi- ty Chorus is inviting music lovers everywhere to cele- brate the season with them at their first-ever holiday concert, "A Wreath of Car- ols." The event will be held on Sunday, December 8, at 3:00 p.m., at the Evangelical United Church of Christ. The program will include a selection of traditional and modern carols and sacred music, so there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. For more information, visit the group's website: www.highlandcommunity- chorus.org. MEMBER www.tempobank.com FDIC Free Checking...STILL FREE rom ontlv Debit Cards...STILL FREE aintenance Fees 28 West Broadway 301 N. 4th TRENTON, IL " BREESE, IL 618.224.9228 618.526.7256 MON.-THURS. 9-4 FRI. 9-6 SAT. 9-12 MON.-TUES.-THURS. 9-4 DRIVE-UP: MON.-FRL 9-6. SAT. 9-12 WED. CLOSED' FRI. 9-6. 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