N. H. McDORMAN at Anniversary party in Lima; 23 Sep 1907.
convention to was between Lon u s t . Co., paper water-,, t-aiiafd s in fl'il s h 'roDps explosion mtn b o? its a n n u a l to un- to piv- i i k e of iron . ' O ' i l n g world's ne- John Manges, of Bt-a-.er B.im, asked ih- blessing in wÂ«ll chosen words He asl:ed a f u r t h e r continuance of the beautiful life of Mr. and Mrs. Burden. Immediately following these remarks remarks everyone proceeded to help Â·he inner man Following the din- ip r pverrone present gathered on :be front lawn, w i t h Mr and Mrs. Henry Burden o o i u p v i n g seats on ,he porch where R^v. H E. Oldaker, if Salineville, in words long to be remembered by those present called liarticular atteniion to their high Christian character, which in their 'ong life had been an incentive for other? to follow. la well chosen wo-ds Rev. Oldaker presented Mr. tnd Mrs. Henry Burden with many oeautiful and costly presents that we s;iveii by the relatives. Among the immediate relatives were Mr. William \Vilwii, of Katsoil, New Mexico; Milt-s Wilson, of Monroe, liidiana: M c r i u r e Wilson brothers, ind Mrs. S. C Mowen. of Luna; Mrs. John Bird and MrÂ» \ndrew Kessler. Asters of Mrs Henrv Burd-'n. The VMib and daughters present were Miss 'Jllio Burden Mr and Mrs. Samuel W. Burden, Mr. and Mrs \ViHlam Burden, Mr and Miv. L Burden, Mr and Mrs .lame-, Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Joir.iS, M i . and Mrs Wm. McCoy, and Mi Clark Burden. The following n t a t t v i - t , and ft it-uds wi-re Ohio, M i s . H. H Hu-ker. L i m a ; P!n- 10 D.i.sseti, L u n a : Alice Ba-ssett, Job:! L"inb-v. Bcav.-riL.in; K. F. Ma .-,011, Lim.t; Sarah Ma^on, L i m a . F I) D o w e l s diul w i f e , J. M. Manges, A l l e n I! .lo.-i-j.ih and wife, N II Mo- Dorman, Matilda McDorman, Russell Russell McDorman, Luciie Allgire, "Lima; Eva Allgire, Lima; James Elliott, A. Edgecomb and wlf u and three chil-' dren, Mrs. A. J. Miller, Delphos; Mr. Lansil Edgecomb, -wifa and three children, B. F. Shurfey and wife, Mrs. George Haffaer, Mrs. E. W. -Parks, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Mr. George Heffner, Don Williams, Lima; Walter L Piager, Robert Basseti, Lima; William G. Kesler, L'na M. Ailgire, Robert K. Kcsler, Uma; A. J. Miller, Mrs. E. H. Johais, Lima; James McBride, Delphos; Henry Oelbery, Van Wert; Mrs. Roy R. Kesler, Lima; Laura Thornville, Delphos, Mrs. Maud Ashbaugh, Continental; Continental; Vinnie D. McBrlde, Del- ;,hei; Mrs. Daisy Oelbery, Delphos; j. Groves. Delphos; J If Knoi, Liuia.; Mat-sal et Byrd. Mrs. Clarence Clarence Dripon, H C' Dixon. Lima; C. L. Knowlton, Ft. \Va.viie; C. M Lfiu- !ey, Heaverdaai; Alpha Johns Litna; O-. Bvr.l. Luna: 0. 11. Johns, Lima; l l a i v Vandertuan, Lima; and Airs Joe Kellt-r, Toledo; Mrs Josephine Leia5t-y, Mrs. Anna Black. L. Edgecomb, Mrs LU/le Edgecomb, Beaierdaw, Mrs, Lrwie Kdgecomt) Beaverdam; George Flager, L i t u ; Tesnie Bowers, B^avvrdam, Wanda WiUoti, Lima; Hosa Halloway, To- iedo, M a r j K Wilson. Decatur, d i a n a . Mr- R. \Vils-ini, I I H Old aker, Saline\ill^ Otno. During the afternoon, Kenner Bro.-;.. tlif w e l l K u o w n made seu-ral p M u r ^ of tin.- diate f a m i l y and f i i e n d s The followius loiter received by Mi', and Mrs Henry B u r d e n deceived from t h e i sou .uul d a Mr, and Mr* \ V i l h a a Biirden. M i a m i , Fla.. Jiii'l i Â·Â·'Â·'Â· -' ni'pro| Thia day should be to yiu an oc- c.ision ot great rejoicinK. Time in its ceaselehs flight has rounded out a half century of m a t r i m o n i Well is it called jk "golden wedding" Far up its h i l l to whose s u and at of turned i V _ belter d.i } is d i i w i n i i K . the ini^ts and joys of early struggles, w i t h unbroken vision, you can better u n d e r s t a n d w h a await. Still we k n o w that there were also joys in your e v e n t f for, however, m a n y the .(horns t h e war, n a t u r e has dÂ»cided flowers must' bloom even where tiiorns infi'ht the. pround Amid all the hardships of earlier da?. you have a l w a y s had a home not a house w i t h four walls anil a But ;i t r u e home, w i t h o u Â·h.intnient. treasures, life would be a dreary inarch. No one oan t h i n the fireside, -whore t h a t circle of i t