Clipped From The Daily Herald
in R. Wedding Day *' '• *•>"* »|_ • Observed By Provb Couple The- goiden'wedding anniversary of ; ltr. -arid Mr*. Wiliitan Ferre, well known Provo residents, was celebrated Tuesday in the form of a surprise" dinner party given by. 16 members of the family at 'the Ferre home, .130 North First. East street. ' A bekfltffuiry decorated wedding cakl ' holding 50 'Candles was 'brought *y s^lf-liivited guests, and placed on the dining table next to the top layers of "the couple's wedding cake of SO years ago, which has be«h preserved these many years. Beautiful flowers arid gifts were presented to the honored couple. In attendance wer6 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Irvine, Mrs. Hodge Marshall, Mrs. Grant C. Bagley, Mrs. Grover Sumners and Miss Betty Sumners,ail df Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ferre, Mrs. E. D. Sut- tbn, Mr. and Mr* George Maycock, Mr, and Mrs. James Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wflliam D. Ferre and Mrs. Lottie Davis of Provo. The itfternoon was spent reminiscing and playing Cards. Mr. and Mrs. FeVre were "born and raised in Provo, and were married here April 25,1889- Shortly after, they "moved to Payson, where they lived for 27 years. They returnid to Provo at that time and have made their home here ever since. ^ Eva Davis Ferre was the. eldest daughter of H. W. and Rachael 'Davis, who were" : in business in Provo for many years. Mr. Davis operated a livery stable, and his •wife' win DC remembered as the propretor of the Davis Mfflinery shop, located on Second West and Center street. Later, her «irls Joined her in the business. Mr. Ferre's parents, Roswell and Katheryn Ferre, were also early settlers of Provo, and Mr. Ferre was a printer for many years, working on the old Provo Enquire, under the late John C. Graham- He was in the m31inery and dry goods business while in Payson.