Reka DeHaan's 65th Birthday Ogden Standard-Examine, 14 Apr 1940

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Reka DeHaan's 65th Birthday
Ogden Standard-Examine, 14 Apr 1940 - SUNDAY MORNING, APRiL 14, 1940. Mrs. DeHaan...
SUNDAY MORNING, APRiL 14, 1940. Mrs. DeHaan ^Honored By Daughters Mrs. Henry E. DeHaan was complimented at a. party at her home, 2332 Harrison boulevard, on Friday afternoon, by her daughters, Mrs. Robert Wheeler and Mrs. Elwood Williams. Guests included close friends of the honoree. They were Mrs. John Lamoreaux, Mrs. James Burton, Mrs John Sneddon, Mrs. Oscar Vetter- j li, Mrs. Charles Clarke, Mrs. Fred 1 Miles. Mrs. Lawrence Burton, Mrs. W. S. Greenwood, Mrs. Joseph Roberts, Mrs. Robert Lehman. Mrs. Albert Beil, Mrs. Frank A. Purrin^ton, Mrs. Clem Farr, Mrs. Frank Malan, Mrs. Thomas Sowerby, Mrs. Chester Nelson, Mrs. Eliza Cantwell, Mrs. James Hadley, Mrs. Alice G. Mitchell, Mrs. George Dalton, Mrs. George E. Greenwell and Mrs. George Wilson. On Sunday evening, Mrs. DeHaan was honored at a family dinner party at her homo with twenty guests attending, including children and grandchildren. Mrs. DeHaan has resided in Ogden for the past thirty-eight years wilh her husband and family. She was born in Amsterdam, Holland, and came to this country as an L. D. S. convert. She has been active in the Relief society of the Thirteenth ward for many years. She is the mother of twelve sons and daughters, ten of whom are living. They are Henry J. DeHaan, Wilford DeHaan, Mrs. Robert Wheeler. Mrs. Elwood Williams, Moroni DeHaan and Lorenzo DeHann, all of Ogden; John DeHaan, Salt Lake City, Joseph DeHaan, Spokane. Wash.; Mrs. Henrietta PotLs, Twin Falls, Idaho, and George DeHaan, Logan. All were present at the dinner but two. Three of Mrs. DeHaan's sons have filled L. D. S. missions. Mr. DeHaan has been employed with the Boyle Furniture company since his residence here. Honored On 65th Birthday Mrs. Henry E. DeHaan who was honored at a party at her home, 2332 Harrison boulevard, Friday afternoon by her daughters. Mrs. Robert Wheeler and Mrs. Elwood Williams, the occasion being her sixty-fifth birthday anniversary. (Babe photo.) Maxine Muir and L A. Man Take Vows On Coast Of interest to their many friends is the announcement of the mar- ria^e of Miss Maxine Muir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muir of Clinton, and Francis Van Rensselaer of Los Angeles, Cal. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Leona Van Rensselaer in Inglewood, Calif., by Bishop Peacock of the Adams ward Married

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 14 Apr 1940, Sun,
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