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 - Miss Ethel H. Patterson, try- M r.and Mrs. S....
Miss Ethel H. Patterson, try- M r.and Mrs. S. D. Hartrwm Celebrate Qolden Wedding Family Dinner at Home Marks Event Tuesday Tuesday Night Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hartman of Boyce Station quietly celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday evening with a family dinner dinner served in the home at C o'clock. Children and grandchildren were present. During the evening neighbors neighbors and friends called at the home ' to extend congratulations. At the evening dinner, covers ' were laid for nine, tne guests in cluding the following: Mr. and Mrs V". G. Hartman of South. Hills, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mr3. P. W. Clark and two children, Jimmy and Billy, of Washington: and Miss Olive Hartman, at home. Table appointments were in gold and white, using chrysanthemums, and the silver service and glass C$d were gifts of the honor guests vrtieir wedding 50 years ago. " Sir. and Mrs. Hartman were united in marriage on November 12, 1885, by the Rev. G. B. Hudson, then pastor of the Fawcett Methodist Methodist Episcopal church. They have resided all their lives in the Boyce Station community, where Mr. Hartman is a successful farmer. Mrs. Hartman, the former Elizabeth Gundy, is a daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. William Gundy of the Boyce Station district, district, and Mr. Hartman is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hartman Hartman of Morgantown, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Hartman were pre-1 pre-1 pre-1 sented with a purse, also a number of greeting cards and personal gifts. ; TTC MEETING TO BE HELD TIIUBSDAY NIGHT The Youth Temperance Chorus will hold its' weekly rehearsal at the First Presbyterian -v church Thursday evening at 7:15 with Mrs. Clyde Jacobs, director, in charge. All young people between the ages of 15 and 25 years are invited to join this chorus. At the close of the rehearsal members of the chorus are requester requester to go to the W. C. T. U. Home Where they will have a part in the evening session of the institute of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. This will take the place of the regular meeting. The chorus will hold a bake sale at Van Emans store west Pike street, Saturday, toward which the chorus members are hopeful the mothers will give donations and their patronage. HOI SEKEEPERS CLUB 3IEETIXG ON THURSDAY Mrs. Pearl Foster, 230 Elm street, will be. hostess to the Housekeep ers club at her home1 Thursday afternoon at 2:30. During the busi ness session Mrs. Laura Bush of Houston will report the meeting of the Southwestern District of. Negro Federated clubs held in Canons-burg Canons-burg Canons-burg recently. ' In the program period, roll call w ill be answered with each reciting her favorite verse of scripture. Chorus singing of favorite hymns will be featured and Mrs. Nita Walls will tell of the origin of also

Clipped from The Daily Notes13 Nov 1935, WedPage 3

The Daily Notes (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania)13 Nov 1935, WedPage 3
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