John Mumma celebrate Golden Anniversary daughters Minnie and Sallie
IKETOWN PICKINGS and Mrs. John Mumma Celebrate Golden Wedding piketown. Pa., May 31. Mr. and John Mumma celebrated their den wedding anniversary at their in Piketown, last Saturday ning, with all of their children, ndchildren and one great - grand - id present and the evening was nt in a very pleasant manner in dancing and other games for the younger members of the family, while Mr. and Mrs. Mumma greeted the large number of friends who called to extend their congratulations to the couple. Mr. Mumma is 78 years old and Mrs. Mumma 71. At a late hour an excellent supper was served to the guests, included in which was an immense cake with fifty lighted candles. The following guests were present: Isaiah and wife, Mary, and daughter, Estella M., and son, Gilbert H., Every mother feels a great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming mother should ba a source of joy to all, but the suffering and inger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. other s rnena is the only remedy which relieves women of the great in and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman s verest triaj is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or oomy ; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are ercome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the rious accidents so common to the critical lur are obviated by the use of Mother's riend. "It is worth its weieht in eold. of Piketown; John H. and wife, Nettie, of Springfield, Ohio; Elias and wife, Annie, and daughters, Edythe L., Virgie E. and Sylvia C, and son, Leroy R., of Linglestown; David and wife, Lydia A., and daughters, Minnie A., Mary A., Mabel E. and Ada E., and sons, William M. and David R., of Piketown; William W. and wife, Elzadeca, and sons, William Cecil and Thebert Florey, of Springfield, Ohio; Emanuel and wife, Belle, and children, of Piketown. The daughters with their families were: Mrs. Harriet Clanges, husband, Joseph, and daughter, Mrs. Annie Miller and husband, Irvin E., of Harrisburg; Mrs. Susannah Lin - gle and husband, Thomas O., and son, John, and daughters, Sallie R., of Union Deposit, and Mrs. Minnie Guistwhite and husband, Frank, with their son, Joseph, of Harrisburg; Mrs. Sarah E. Rhoads and husband, Wilson E., of Piketown; Mrs. Mary A. Rhoads and husband, John W., and son, Cecil A., of Piketown. Other relatives' persent were: Christian Mumma, of Piketown; Jacob D. Mumma, wife and son, of Newtown; Fred Kemmerly, wife and daughter, and Mrs. Mary Sherk, of Newtown, and Rev. J. W. Koch, wife and son, Alfred, of Grantville.