Emmanuel Lloyd Eaton
Pana Soldier Is Wounded Pana (Special) Marine Pvt. Emmanuel L. Eaton, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Pana was seriously wounded in Viet Nam Sunday. . According to word received by the Carter family, Eaton was struck in the head with shrapnel from exploding enemy mor-tor fire. He is reported in a deep coma and in serious condition in a station hospital. Eaton, who has been in Viet Nam for seven months was re- MONTICELLO ART CENTER SEEKING SPONSORS The Monticello Arts Center is seeking sponsors for its series of exhibits to be held monthly dur ing the winter of 1966 and spring of 1967. Various organizations com prising Monticello social, fra ternal, business and profession al life are being invited to par ticipate. The sponsors will provide hostesses during museum hours and have general supervision of the exhibit for one week. 5, cently returned to duty after having been hospitalized with a foot wound suffered in July. The Carters have another foster son in the Marines, Donald French, who is stationed in California.