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in in as were it little head. better Of exists, spraying. make a harrowed in or inoculated. can until Sunday evening. Celebrate Golden Wedding On Wednesday, February 18, your correspondent and wife celebrated the 5 Oth anniversary of our We had as our guests our six children, some grandchildren and several friends: J. W. Hissong and Scott, of Windber, John and George Hissong of Canton, O., Wilson M. Hissong, housekeeper, Mrs. Smyth, and three children .of Cessna, W-' H. Feight, wife and three children and Joseph P. Allen,'wife and'four children children of Bedford, Charles E. Yarnell of Windber, Mrs. Theodore B. of Johnstown, Mrs. Annie Mower daughter, Anna, Mrs. Lizzie Amick, Henry Arnold, wife and two sons Bedford, and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Poorman of Schellsburg. Mrs. Annie Mower of Bedford, Mrs. Scott Dibert of Pittsburgh, Miss Lou Amick of Point and Mrs. Maggie Johnson of Birmingham, Ala., are the only persons persons living besides Mr. and Mrs. Hissong of about sixty who partook the infair dinner on the 19th of February, 1864. The day was a fine which added pleasure to our guests. The bride and groom of 50 years ago received quite a number of presents, consisting of money, gold, currency and silver a,nd a lot of very few dishes trimmed in gold colors - · ·- " -and the be supplied and allowed is be as tillage, or the p-rnRc; The day was spent in conversation of the past and present. Mr. Hissong is in his seventy-fifth year and Mrs. Hissong is in her seventy-third year. Both are enjoying good health and have hopes of a long life in the future. It is certainly pleasant to such a gathering after 50 years of successful married life. There were thirty-five persons present, and counting counting the grandchildren, their wives and husbands, and great-grandchildren great-grandchildren who should have been here, would have added twenty-seven to the number, mostly grown persons. My wife and I take this means thanking the children and friends their visit and the handsome presents. presents. Hooker.

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  1. Bedford Gazette,
  2. 27 Feb 1914, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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