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to in, the d wne the at to to to on Cential 875 cases. more giavel at her time, prepared retired died GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mn Joseph Faith CelebrmteTheir Fiftieth Anniversary. Flf t; years ago Honda; Mr. and Joseph Faith oC Warransbnrg were married In a little town in Penns;lvanla. The; celebrated their golden wedding Monda; night at their home In Warrensburg. It was a brllliint affair, flit; people being there, and the whole evening was one continual round of pleasure. Mr. Faith Is 72 years old and his is 69. Mrs. Raymond of Henry, was the bridesmaid at tha weddiag yÂ«ars ago, was present. She Is 79 aid and celebrated her golden wedding five years ago. Mrs. Faith wore a rjind^ome costpme of black, with roses aud emllax. There was no ceremony, but after heart; congratulations the guests sat down to a splendid supper. The rest the evening was sped In a social Music was f u r n i s h e d by Wnlte on the cornet, Miss Pearl on the piano and Dr. T. S. and Edna Chllda on the violin and piano. Mr. and Mrs. Faith have eight acd two daughters. Two sons live Pennsylvania and the rest live In state. Those at the wedding last were Chailes, Harr; and George of Warreusburg, Ell and Thomas of Chicago, John Faith of Sprlngileld and Mrs. J. T. Chllda of Decatur. Other guests present were Will Ritchie, A. Schroeder, Ed White, Jjaiah Allen J. D. Chllds, Dr. J. a l i e n , Parker Beal, Martin C. H. Cowen, Henr; McGratb, D. Schroll, and their wives, Mrs. John Funk, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs Sarah Wadklns, Mrs. Francis Wadklnu, Mrs. Wade, Mrs. Raymond, Misses Hannah and Myrtle Wade, and Sherman Nelman of Warrecsburg, Mr. and Mrs. S. Chllds and daughters Battle and Edna of Decatur, Mrs. Ella Wicker daughter of Decatur, Dr. and Mrs. Fisher of Chicago. The presents recelven were ver; handsome and numerous. Among was a handsome gold watch each Mr. and Mrs. Faith. M.\ Faith's was handsomely engraved with his Initials on the back and Inside the "To father from C. H., H. M., G. Faith and Mrs. J. D. Chllds."