Golden Wedding

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Golden Wedding - Sftrnell, Rtfth man. Dean Baiter, Jesse Jtf....
Sftrnell, Rtfth man. Dean Baiter, Jesse Jtf. tatltn. «. D- Ritchey of ,> Hfiterstowa Observe Attfli- ! tetsafy, Snrrbtmded by Many Friends. Sundav marked the celebration Jj the golden wdfltnj? of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. RHcheV, one of the most highly £twmc4 couples of Millerstown. For « number of year* they rwfded along the Clover Creek Toad, moVlngr later to their, present h6ttie. Mrs. Rltchey tvas twice htarried. Her first Husband, Jacob Oakes, died Htty- two years ago. Mrs. Rebecca: Conlon pakes of Rebecca Furnace and Henry Douglas Rltchey of Clearrldge were united in marriage In Frederlcksburg Feb. 21, 1880, but the celebration was deferred In order to have better weather. Mrs. Rttchey is a daughter of James and Mary Conlon, deceased, residents of Rebecca Furnace, and was born Sept. 27, 1852. Henry Douglas Rltchey la a son of Jacob and Mary Rltchey, deceased, residents of Chaneyvllle, and •WM born April 30, 1856. The golden wedding anniversary was most fittingly celebrated at the home, beginning during the morning hours and continuing until the early evening A very delicious and palatable- dinner was served to over 100 guests at the neon hour. The afternoon was spent In a pleasant manner, with music and conversation. Mr. and Mrs. Rltchey were the recipients of many very pretty and useful gifts, including $35 in gold. Pho- toeraphs of the bride and bridegroom and another of the entire anniversary party were taken during the afternoon, which will be prized memories of this very happy event. In the family are six sons and two daughters, all of whom were present but one, for this joyius occasion. There are also forty grandchildren and thirty great-grandchildren. The sons and daughters are H. C. Oakes of Loysburg, C. C. Oakes of Duncansville, Oliver and Homer Ritchey of Martinsburg, James Rltchey of Millerstown, Samuel Ritchey of Curryvllle, Mrs. Thomas Snowberger Of. Fredericksburg and Mrs. Elvin Smith of Curryville. Mrs. Ritchey alsb has two-brothers, F. C. Conlon of Altoona and S. C. Con- Ion of Clearville. Mr. Ritchey has three brothers and six sisters, George Rltchey of Clearridge, James Ritchey of Conneysville, Samuel Ritchey Of South Fork, Mrs. Lizzie Griffin of Altoona, Mrs. Maggie Baughman and Mrs. Harriet Oakes of Martinsburg, Mrs. Molly Oakes of Loysburg, Mrs. Katuryn Weimert of Coalport, Mrs. Anna Burros of Duncansville. Those present of the group who assembled with the aged'couple to properly mark this golden anniversary were Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Alberson, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Snowberger, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ritchey, Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchey, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ritchey, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rltchey, Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Remensnider, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stayer, Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Ritchey. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Baker, Silas Conlon, Mrs. , James Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 1 Ritchey, George Ritchey/ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Rimert, Mr. and Mrs. William Cornell, Mrs. Charles Baughman and Mrs. Lizzie Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brumbaugh, Mr. p.nd-Mrs. Frank Ross, Mr. and Mrs. John ahd ^^^s^^^^r^v*? •'» and William Mower, Arthuf B Mf. and Mrs. Ritchey have * n friends who Join in extending ctn. p ^ r - ttlatlons at this time and tvlsh for them rtiany hatjpy anniversaries and ..many, more years of usefulness In their nomc and community. AMERICANS PAYING Htf<M5 PRICES FOR RARE BOOKS PARIS, May 8.—American bibliophiles are outbidding collectors from all parts of Europe at the sale here of the collection of the late Edouard Rahir, acknowledged to be the greatest book expert of this country. An American purchaser, said to be the New York Public Library, acting through agents, secured a copy of the first edition of "Hyperotomachia Poll- phili" bv Father Colonna, which was mblished in Venice in 1499 In a bind- ng hearing the arms of Emperor | Newly elected president and com- mand'ant of the iPennsylvanln Military college Is Colonel Frank K. Hyatt, above. He Is successor to the office which was held for more thnn half a. century by his father, tho late Brigadier General Charles B. Hyatt. Samuel Golden, Mr. and Mrs. George Remensnider, Mr. and Mrs. William Lingenfelter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roerer, Mr. and Mrs. James McGay- hey, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Foster, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Conlon, Kenneth and Kathleen RlWhey, Myron, Naomi, Harold, Erla, James and CHarles .Ritchey, Margaret and Ruth Rltchey, Lionald And Regis Ritchey, Marjorie, Douglas, Eugene and Eddie Smith, Pearl and Marguerite Snowberger, Darlene and Vernon Stayer ahd Levina Conlon. Lorraine and June Retmert, Harry Conlon, Wesley and Rupert Ritchey, DAY MENACE Doctors tell us that over 50% of present day ills are directly traceable to .constipation. Irregular hours, hurried meals, lack of exercise, result in faulty elimination thus clogging the system with harmful poison, and reducing the efficiency of the body machinery. Keep your system clear of food wastes at all times. Epsotabs, the safe, pleasant laxative, are easy to take and positive of action. Take two Epiotab* at night for constipation relief in the morninf. No griping pains—no inconvenience. Two sizes, 25c and 50c packages. Ask your druggist for Epsotabs today. THE DILL COMPANY Norristown, Pa. CANADIAN PERSONALLY CONDUCT*!), ALL-EXPENSE 10-DAY CRUISE '130 SEE /^ Glory of the SAGUENAY in Old French T HE lo-day tour starts from Cleveland, although ships may be boarded at any stopping point, and takes y6u down the great St.' Lawrence river that flows through picturesque historic French Canada. First you visit Niagara Falls and then steam across the Lake to Toronto, Queen city of Canada. Leaving Toronto you sail among the jewelled Tnou- sand Islands and shoot in perfect safety the series of eight roaring rapids to Montreal. Here you sightsee for a day.with hotel accommodation. On to Quebec by night, down^ the best lighted waterway in" the world. Dawn finds you docked beneath the mist-wreathed ramparts of this fortress city. You spend a day on the return trip exploring its quaint, winding streets and promenading Kor fUli Information and reservations, R. N. 195 Union 'Trust' Bldg., ' • '• ' ' CANADA

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  1. Altoona Mirror,
  2. 08 May 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 20

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