M/M Landis Himes anniversary-TDN-7 Mar 1946-page 6
Lima," Wed On March 7, 1901 Mrt. A.\D MRS. IvAXDIS Daily New* Photo Mr. &Mrs. Landis Himes Are 100% Mapletonians Congratulations are in order today for Mr. ami Mrs. Landia E Himcs. one hundred percent Mapletonians. who are celebrating their forty-fifth wedding nnni- versary. Both Mr. Himes and his wife, who was formerly Nettie Henderson, Henderson, are natives of Mapleton and both grew up and wenf to school in Mapleton. Both are active active in comunity goings-on and Mapleton has always been their home. M' 1 . Himes retired from 'he employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroad in 19-10 after many faithful years of service as an engineer. He has been a direct...r of the MHJ ioton B-ink si ace )92,'i, has served on the Mapleton Borough Council and has hoc,: president of the Mapleton Borough Water Commission. Both Mr. and Mrs. Himes belong' belong' to the Methodist Church in Mapleton. For one year more than a half-cer.:v:ry Mr. Himes has been a member of the Patriotic Order Sons of America and he holds membership in the Brother- hod of Locomotive Firemen and E:igi;iemtn, P. R. R.. relief department. department. • Mrs. Himes is a charter member member of the P. O. of A. Camp, No. 171. The Hfmeses are both en.ioying excellent health. Mr. Hinies's hobby is gardening and it won't be Ions; now before he's planting those gooti old spring onions. Mrs. Himcs is an expert with the jrochet hook and both those widc- a w.i Ice young people p.re interested in the radio and in reading. Their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner, male? their home with the Himeses. They have two grandchildren. Lysle Wagner. Pittsburgh; and Mrs. Waller Heastcr, Mour 1 Union. Union. There are three great- graiulclvlden. Mr. Himes was born on January H, 1875, the son of Lewis D. and Rebecca Himes. His wife was born on August 21. 1839, the daughter of John S. and Margaret Henderson. Mr. Himes and Nettie Henderson were united in marriage marriage at the Presbyteri'an Church in Altoona on Mar:h 7. 1901, in a ceremony performed by the Rev. James E. Irvine. Saxtcn Mite Society Has Fine Meeting The 'Mite Society of the Trinity Church, Saxton. held the regular sn\ii-monthl.\ meolhig in the church soc.al room on Tuesday evenuii;-, with twelve members in attendance. Devotio.is were conducted by the president, Mrs. Jesse Streepv, who read the 95th Psalm, followed by the singing of "Let the Beauty of Jesus Be Seen in Me," the society theme song. ' The Rev. Arthur C. Thompson spoke briefly to the group urging church attendance during- the Lenten season. A shortage of cooking utensils and serving dishes was^ reported. and oil motion, the society will replenish the needed supplies for the kitchen and dining room. Mrs. Paul Hoffman and ML-S. Chalmer Fisher were appointed to serve on this committee. A vote of thanks was extended to Vlrs. Oliver Lloyd, Mrs. Amy Cunningham. Mrs. James Fluke and .Mrs. W. G. Fluke for their efforts in completing- a quilting proj.ict. The Blind Pig was won by Mrs.' Elizabeth Mierlcy. A covered dish supper was served following the business session and a pleasant social hour was then enjoyed.