Clipped From Ironwood Daily Globe
Edward Mrs. marriage wore The the and the Nancy MRS. HERMAN ERICKSON Mrs. Erickson 90 Years Old Mrs. Herman Erickson celebrated her 90th birthday Thursday, Aug. 24, with a buffet dinner at her home in South Bessemer. ---- . Â· _ - . Â« ww.u WWA11.1 liildli The centerpiece was a large he birthday cake decorated with l h pink roses and nine candles,' each representing 10 years of her life. She was presented * "----o -*** J 'Â·'Â·p** O \Ji. her life. She was presented many gifts aod congratulatory messages. All of her eight children and .heir spouses were present They are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erickson, Elmer W. Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond lelmini, "" J '"Â·Â·""-Â·Â· R. Erickson, Bes- and TM ^ IU ' Jerry Â·Â» -- " *Â«Â·*.*.^*fcuvFJ,.lj JU*GOTM semer; Mrs. Carl 0. Johnson ! Anvil Location; Mrs. Paul Sla- us Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. tnis - tiall Doose, Park Ridge, *"., and Mr. and Mrs. Dean' o u t *Â» -Doose, Niles. Grandchildren tending were Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson, Mrs. Harold Elliott II, Debbie and William E Erickson, and Donna Doose. Great-grandchildren were Harold Elliott III, Elizabeth Louise Elliott and Gregory, Lee Ann and Brian Johnson. Mrs. Erickson occupies herself with light housework and handwork, and stays informed t h r o u g h newspapers radio.