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marriage and a 192H H. tho Baldwin TWELVE CORNERS PAIR GIVEN GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY PARTY Relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs.' Herman Helmers at their home four miles from Benton Harbor, near Twelve Corners, Saturday In cele- lirnllon of t h e i r 60th or golden wed- d i n g anniversary. At 7 o'clock Ilia c o m p a n y sat down to n sumptuous repast at three long tables, which adjoined each other and were effectively decorated decorated in yellow and v/lilte. This pretly and appropriate motif was carried out with' bridal wreath ami yellow Iris In golden baskets, at- traollve yellow favors, and two elaborate elaborate blrlhday cakes, one Iced In white with yellow and whllo roaea and gold leaven and mottoes, and the other in white with pink roses, scrolls, and green leaves. The latter cake was the creation and gift ot a niece, Mra. William Carson. .Bach child and grandchild received a rosr and a gold leaf from Ihe flrst oake. The dinner opened with a loast of congratulation given by Albert Stolz of Blue I n l a n d , 111. Threo granddaughters, Mrs. W i l l i a m Sclmlzc, Mrs. George Bedunah. and Alberta Stolz served. After tho repast repast the guests bestowed gifts upon Mr. and Mrs. Relmer and then spent Ihe rest of the evening (lancing. In Michigan 3d Years Twenty-five years ago on May 26. I h o exact date ot their silver wed- IIIE anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Ilelm- ors moved to the farm on which t h i i y are now residing. They have been residenls of Michigan for ?.0 years. The pair enjoys Â« large nc- cnialntanceslitp and Is held In high :tecnÂ» by friends. Mr. Relmers was born on Ihe island island of Fahrraen. Germany, 77 years ago. In 1S71 he camo to Chicago, where he resided until moving to Michigan. On'May 26, 1SBO, Â»t Miis- kegon ho WRE milted lii marriage Jennie Schaare. Mrs. Reimer Is 61 years old and was born nnd raised Chicago where sho met her hushand. The conulo has three, children, A m a n d n (Mrs. Henry Stolz); ulo (Mrs. Henry Kay), and Herman, as well as I t grandchildren and. four great grandchildren. These were all in attendance nt the anniversary anniversary party In addition to Mrs. Ohrls Juergensen, Mr. Relmers" sis- ler. nnd Mrs. Maurice Knox, sister of Mrs. Ue liners. Relatives from out-of-town included: included: Mr. and Mrs. William Carson nnd family, HoyaUon; (he Chris Juergcnsen ( a m l i y . Maurlco Knox family, Scottdale- Henry Slolz and family ot Midlothian, Midlothian, III.: Mr.' and Jlra. William Schulie nnd daughter. Chicago; and Air. and Mra. Albert Stolz of Illue Island, 111. In tlia evening neighbors and friends gava Mr. nnd Mrs, Reimers an old fashioned helling. HOLY NAME RALLY IS HELD AT ST. JOHN'S Two h u n d r e d men from southwestern ^Michigan attended .the Holy Name rally ul St. John's Catholic church Sunday afternoon. The program program was held in (he school h a and consisted of musical numbers K'l. John's choir, a violin number Master Blake Patton, an address Itev. Fr. J. Owens of Three Oaks and a speech on the Aims and Purposes of tho Holy Name society W. Hums of Detroit. The meet- in? was closed by Benediction in church after which a luitfet lunch- con was served in Iho K. 0. hall.