50th Wedding Anniversary article for Thomas and Jane Bell Monkman

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elaborate luncheon served proper. tables to be small flower small the Potatoes . Coffee in served fine add the re-maining re-maining given. baking and slice on in very After the . potatoes, bake When WELDON COUPLE IN FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY SUN. ' 1 WELDON, Feb. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monkman of Weldon, celebrated celebrated their BOth wedding anniversary anniversary Sunday. They were married 50 years ago, Jan. 24, but on account of all the children not being able to come in that day, they waited until Sunday to observe the occasion. ' Mr. and Mrs. Monkman were married married at Hanley, England, In 1S74, and emigrated to Illinois in 1883 locating locating near Weldon. Mr. Monkman farmed many years and has been janitor of the public school building for the last 18 years. They have nine children who were all present totpartake of the celebration. celebration. Mr. MoiScman received a gold watch chain and Mrs. Monkman a ring and set of spoons from her Sunday Sunday school class. Among those present were Reuben and Richard, at home; Mrs. Henry Bunyard, Findlay; Albert and Mr. S. A. Ingerson of Chicago: Harry of Bloomington; Arthur of Dewitt; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monkman and Mr. and Mrs. Otto James of Weldon and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thomas of Lane. Celebrate Birthday A number of relatives gathered at the home of W. H. Baker in Weldon Sunday, to help celebrate Mrs. Baker's Baker's birthday anniversary. All brought well filled Baskets and a good time mna anvp AiTioTiff those present Lwere Frances Baker and family, Sherman Winemiller and famny, Arthur Arthur Matthews and family and Mr. and Mrs. U. E.,Hunt, Wyatt and Den-zel Den-zel Den-zel Halcomb. become members of this department would stop really learn to shop. S me-body Is going say that contra diets theory that "learn by True we learn to by shopping, we only learn shop wisely shopp: n g That is the kind that ever be in or can be afforded. may occur they should be exception and the rule and it should be against future It his been that women dry goods of that seem of action and how that distributed? The new

Clipped from The Decatur Herald10 Feb 1924, SunPage 20

The Decatur Herald (Decatur, Illinois)10 Feb 1924, SunPage 20
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