Fanning and Browning

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the Day, for trade also of executor’s a by J. of deceased, the West as of to feet Moriarty the JACKSONVILLE COUPLE WEDDED MANY YEARS Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Fanning' Observe Their flSrd Wed-j Anniversary Friday—Are , Long Time Residents of Morgan Morgan County. Will «ling NOTES — .. • •c entered for to additional [to morning a on he is after Lane On Friday, Feb. 29 will occur the sixty-third wedding anniversary anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wr. T. Fanning, Fanning, life long residents of Morgan Morgan county, who now reside in this city, at 33!) East North street. Mr. and Mrs. Fanning Were united in marriage in Jacksonville Jacksonville on Feb. 2i*. 18G3 by Squire James Green. Roth aro members j of pioneer residents of Morgan I county, Mrs. Fanning's parents, j John and Sarah Brown settling) in the Franklin neighborhood in the early eighties. Mr. Fanning’s parents, Robert and Mary Fanning, Fanning, came to this county shortly I after the settlement of Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Fanning is one of eleven I children, all of whom have pre- ( ceded her in death, with the ex -1 ception of one brother, John Brown of this city. Mr, Fanning is one of a family of seven children children and also has only one brother brother living. Robert, who lives in Jacksonville. Eight children were born to _ Mr. and Mrs. Fanning, Ella and | Elmer, who died in infancy, and | Robert who died in • the year I 1014; Thomas of Gillespie, and George W., Charles, Frank and .Mrs. Laura Busby, all of Jacksonville. Jacksonville. They also have three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Soon after their marriage, Mr and Mrs. Fanning took up their residence on a farm near Nortonville, Nortonville, until 1892, when they removed removed to Murrayville, and in 1890 came to Jacksonville where they have become substantial and respected citizens. Both are over eighty years of age and are remarkably active for their advanced advanced years. It is believed that Mr. and Mrs. Fanning can claim honors for the most number of years of married married life than any couple in Morgan Morgan county. The anniversary of the long time married couple will be quietly quietly observed in their home in the city next Friday. WEST LIBERTV AID . SOCIETY TO MEET A business meeting of the West Liberty Ladies’ Aid Society will be held at the Ayers National Bank Saturday March 1st at 2:30 to make plans for serving lunch at the Cleary sale which will be held on March 11th. All members are urged to be present. ILLINI LODGE INITIATES THREE i •I Illini Louge No. 4 I. O. O. F. held a well attended meeting at their Temple last night. Three candidates wrere given the initiatory initiatory dgree. On next Tuesday evening the first and second degrees degrees will be conferred on a class of fifteen candidates. Refreshments Refreshments will be served, and all members are urged to be present. K. OF C. DANCE Thursday night, Degen hall, So. Main St., Large’s Orchestra. IN R-. Program The of No. 7 There The Mildred Tannahill Beadles. given: Tie Vocal Rimbey. Vocal Fuller. Mildred Beadles. j red I is pickles, served. progressive evening’s Mrs. daughters, Woodson this M.r. Tuesday.

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 27 Feb 1924, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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