50th Wedding Anniversay or Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. DeHaan, Ogden Standard-Examiner, 26 Sep 1947
"had them the THE OGDEN (UTAH) STANDARD-BCAMINER FRIDAY KVENING. SEPTEMBER 26. 1947 9A Couple Reaches Golden Date Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. DcHaan wil celebrate their golden anniversary with open house Sunday afternoon. Open house in honor oÂ£ the4- Married in Amsterdam, Holland, Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. DeHaan will be held at the family resi- , , dence, 2332 Harrison. Sunday, Sept. dren 28, 28, from two-thirty to seven p. m. Sept. 29, 1897, the couple came to Utah in 1902 with two chil- Mr. DeHaan, an experienced furniture finisher, began working unteer hours in this study. They | th e Boyle Furniture Co. the same show the where." plan in operation else- week of arrival in Utah and been with this company since. has been active in L. D. S. work, having completed two missions and is now a worker the high priests' quorum of the Thirtieth ward. Mrs. DeHaan been actively engaged in Relief society work as well as temple and welfare work. The couple are the 8 parents of 12 children, 10 of whom are living. Three sons have completed foreign missions for the church and four have served their country country during wars. All the children are expected home for the anniversary, along with their families. There are grandchildren. A dinner will be given Saturday for the family which now totals 40 people. The children are Henry J. DeHaan, Mrs. Robert Wheeler, Moroni E. DeHaan, Mrs. Elwood Williams, and George DeHaan, Ogden; E. DeHaan and Lorenzo C. of Salt Lake City; Joseph, of Ta- coma, Wash.; Wilford H, of Dra: Dra: per, and Mrs. Wm. K. Potts Buhl, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. DeHaan will welcome friends and neighbors at open house and request that no presents be given.