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|January 5, 1907
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. KRESS of Fanny street, celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary on Tuesday evening, Jan. 1, 1907. About twenty people were present to express their congratulations and best wishes, bringing a number of very beautiful gifts as tokens of their esteem for Mr. and Mrs. KRESS who are well known in this locality. In keeping with the occasion those present were bent on having a good time, and carried out their intentions. During the evening the guests enjoyed a musical program and bountiful lunch. At a late hour the guest departed with wishes that Mr. and Mrs. KRESS might have many more years of happy married life. The out of town guests were: Mrs. Martha HENDERSON, Mr. and Mrs. Walker COMFORT, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. HENDERSON, Clayton and Marguerite HENDERSON, of Pittsburgh; Geo. J. LIEPOLD, of Morganza; Miss DUERY, of Midway.
January 26, 1907
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. CRAVEN celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary last Saturday by giving a dinner at their home north of town. Among those present were Miss Mary CACON of Watertown, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ANDRE of Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel CRAVEN, Ralph ROBINSON, of Braddock, Mr. and Mrs. James FARLEY of Midway, B. L. BECK of Oakdale, Rev. and Mrs. W. D. IRONS, W. A. BARNES and daughters, Sherman REED, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd BACON, Miss Susie BROWN of McDonald.
|August 7, 1908
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. LASHER of Noblestown entertained a large number of relatives and friends on Tuesday evening, the occasion being the 23d anniversary of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. LASHER, formerly of Duke Centre, McKean County, Pa., were married at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. C. WESTON, August 4, 1885. Four children were born to their union, Harry, Frank, Mildred and Marie. Harry died at the age of five years. Marie, the youngest died at the age of seven. The evening of the celebration was spent in music, both vocal and instrumental. A dainty lunch was served. Last of all the wedding cake was served with ice cream. Present were Mr. and Ms. W. H. PARKINSON, Mrs. Minnie WALTON, George CORP and Miss EVANS, all of McKees Rocks; Mrs. J. C. WESTON and grandson Raymond of Montpelier, Ind., Mrs. G. W. BUSH and son Earle of McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. John LASHER, Mr. and Mrs. Earl LASHER, and daughter Grace.
February 28, 1908
Last Saturday was the twenty-fifty wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George McClelland COUCH, well known in McDonald, who now reside on the John STERLING farm in Cherry Valley. Their relatives and friends here to the number of forty drove over in two wagons and with a score from other points tried, to take them by surprise. The grand old-fashioned turkey supper that was served at nine o'clock was grounds for the belief that the surprise was not complete. But no disappointment was felt as the palatable viands reconciled all, and the social hours that followed left nothing to wish for. A handsome silver tea set was presented to the hostess and the host was the recipient of a luxurious leather armchair. The presentations were made by Robert J. COOK, burgess of McDonald, who also led the dancing by himself doing an Irish Jig to perfection. Many of the older guests forgot for the time being the weight of years and were boys and girls again as they entered the merry maze and tripped the fantastic toe once more. Much fun was had enroute when one of the horses balked and the passengers had to get out and push the wagon to the top of Gamble WINTERS' hill. Squire COCHRAN is authority for the statement that the wife of a prominent McDonald tailor is a most capable equestrienne. The evening was one of great pleasure and much merriment.
|November 6, 1908
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. BURNS, northeast of the city, one
of the events which mark the bright spots along life's pathway, the
fortieth anniversary of their wedding, was observed October 17. For some
time past the word was secretly passed around among the relatives and
many friends of the couple by Miss Margaret BURNS and Mrs. Robert BURNS,
requesting those told of the event to be present as a complete surprise.
The day was perfect in its autumnal beauty. Some twenty relatives from
Fairfield came in carriages to an appointed meeting place, from where,
with those in waiting, they drove to the BURNS home in a body. After the
congratulations were over, thirty-three persons sat down to a grand
spread at a number of tables that had been prepared unknown to the
honored couple. Four of the guests were present at the wedding, forty
years ago. They were: Mrs. Anna B. LEWIS, Messrs. W. C. and G. W. BALL,
sister and brothers of the bride, and Mrs. Margaret MCCANDLESS of Orien,
Ill., a sister of the groom. Among the gifts presented were forty silver
dollars, representing the years of married life. The presentation speech
was made by Hon. George BALL. Miss Cora BALL read a large number of
letters and messages from relatives in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and
Canada. A musical entertainment followed this, after which Miss Mary L.
STEVER took snap shots of the company.