ANNIVERSARIES CELEBRATED eunion at the T, F, Murphy Home in Yolo ilver Wedding of Host and Hostess and Birthday of Their Daughter/Mrs. Daughter/Mrs. Kinkade This is the silver anniversary of the •eddlng day of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. lurphy of Yolo. Sunday was the anniversary anniversary of the birthday of their ".aughter, Mrs. J. Kinkade. As Sunday was the most convenient day for a family reunion it was de- ided to duly celebrate both events on hat date. The interior ot the Murphy home was very tastefully decorated for the ccaslon. Mf. and'Mrs. Murphy re- eived many beautiful and useful slier slier presents. Mr. Murphy also re- eived a letter of congratulation which lie prizes very highly. It was writ- en by a chum of his boyhood days amed William Morrisey, who lives n San Francisco and whom he has not een for twenty-five years. One of the features of the celebra- ion was a sumptuous dinner. The nenu was elaborate and the preparation preparation and service were faultless. Only members of the family were iresent. The family circle included fr. and Mra. Murphy and their four hildren, and the husbands of their wo daughters, Mrs. J. Kinkade ot Woodland, and Mrs. Perley Friday ot "Ilk Creek. The two sons are Leon- ird and Herbert Murphy, both of Cacheville. Harriet, the youngest child died lu infancy in 1906. The dinner was served at 1 o'clock. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. 'homas Brothers, who live west of Woodland, and Mrs. Fred Newton oined the family circle. Mrs. Broth- era and Mrs. Newton are sisters to Mrs. Murphy, ~ J. C. Shlnkle.the Woodland artlst.also arrived during the afternoon and •ouped the family in a picture. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are highly es- eemed residents of Yolo county and .heir hosts of friends congratulate hem upon having reached the twenty- 'ifth milestone of connubial happiness. Mrs. Murphy is a native of Yolo county and the daughter of the late Leonard and Mary Knight. Her given name is the same as that of her mother. mother. Mr. Murphy is a native ot Railway, New Jersey. The family came to California California when he was a small boy but returned to New Jersey after a brief residence In Jackson, Amador county. After the death of his mother and 10 was 21 years of age he returned to California and for some time was in the employ of the Spring Valley Water Company. After leaving San Francisco Mr. Murphy came to Yolo county anil en- saged in farming. About a year ago )e gave up farming and removed to Yolo. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy were married n Woodland on the 16th of August, 1884.