MAY 3, 1906. 1 I TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and .Mrs, .1. M. Ooheen are Half 8ur prised by their Friend*. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Goheen were the central figures in a happy celebration held Thursday evening at their beautiful home on Washington avenue, the occasion being the twentieth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. Goheeu knew of the coming event bnt Mrs. Goheen didn't, even her husband successfully keeping the secret. Tbe party in charge of the celebration was that very com petent organization, the Yonng Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church, whose plans were complete The society with husbands and honorary members comprised a company of about' a hundred, whose coming was a thorough surprise to the bride of twenty years ago. When the guests had taken possession there was a brief preliminary program with D. S. Kloss as master of ceremonies. After the wedding march, Misses Ruth and Helen Goheen played Elsie Bell recited, gave a recitation, rendered a piano a piano duet, Miss and Van Oree also Miss Jane Witter selection, and Rev. George T. Gnuter in behalf of the Yonng Ladies' Aid society, presented to Mr. and i s. Goheen a beautiful hand-painted salad dish. Rev. Mr. Gnuter's address was a cordial and splendid one appreciative of the worthy couple to whom he addressed his remarks. Then ensued a season of jollity such as only the society can furnish, every one entering heartily into the happy spirit of the time. The refreshments, prepared by the young ladies, were amply satisfying and toothsome. It was a supremely enjoyable evening to the very moment of adjournment, about midnight.