joseph dull 50th wedding anniversary in belle plaine 1916
A Golden Wedding in Belle Plaine v-.jv.f-r v-.jv.f-r v-.jv.f-r v-.jv.f-r v-.jv.f-r ?' y 3f'f?s j-r.. j-r.. j-r.. v:p-.-. v:p-.-. v:p-.-. v:p-.-. v:p-.-. i 3 j; (v- (v- : , l y-': y-': y-': t ? 1 ' - MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH DULL. Fifty years ago Wednesday, September September 20, Joseph Dull and Melissa Sever-son Sever-son Sever-son were married at Kimbolton, Ohio. In Belle Plaine, where they have resided resided for the past SO years, they celebrated celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Anniversary. All of their children, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dull, H. F. Dull. J., L. Dull, H. N. Hulse. Mervin Chaffin. W. E. Thomas and fourteen grandchildren, were present, together with more than seventy old time friends. The company went to the Linden Hotel for the "wedding feast," where they were entertained by. a wedding march, played by the H. F. Dull Orchestra, Orchestra, of Augusta. "The Prayer of Prajse" offered by J. L. Dull, expressed the joy that was in the heart of each person attending. The afternoon was spent on the lawn of the Dtril home, where many talks were given. One of the most interesting interesting was that of Isaiah Forr.ey, who had been present at the wedding ceremony in 1866. Music on the lawn was furnished furnished by the Dull Band. Many presents such as linens, cut glass, china, silver and gold were received received by the old couple. They were honored by a serenade by the Belle Plaine Band in the evening.