Stark County Illinois
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The Orval Crooks to Celebrate 25th Wedding Anniversary (1955)



BRODE
Los Angeles Herald. (Los Angeles [Calif.]), December 06, 1908
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brode, West Thirty-fourth street, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday evening with a reception and dinner at their home, which was attended by children, grandchildren and other relatives. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brode and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brode and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brode and family, Miss Arletta E. Brode and Mr. and Mrs. George S. Funk f Redondo. Mr. and Mrs. Brode were married in Stark County, Illinois and resided in Illinois until six years ago, when they came to Los Angeles. There are two sons residing out of the state. H. S. Brode, professor of biology in Whitman college, Wall Walla, Wash., and A. B. Brode of Huntington, W. Va.



DEWEERTH
Mr. and Mrs. William DeWeerth will observe their 25th wedding anniversary by holding open house Sunday, December 7, at their home.  Miss Reaka Behrends, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and William E. DeWeerth, son of Mrs. Elias DeWeerth and the late Mr. DeWeerth, were united in marriage at St. John's Lutheran church in Limestone, on Wednesday, December 6, 1933. The DeWeerths are the parents of two sons, Eldon, a senior and Paul, a freshman at Bradford High school.  They moved to the Bradford community from Glasford in February 1938, and have made their home east of town since that time. [Bradford Republican, 1958 -Transcribed by Nancy Piper]


LORDS
Floyd Lords Honored on 25th Anniversary
A surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hufnagel Saturday evening complimented Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lord for their silver wedding anniversary.  ........ Miss Dorothy Adkins and Floyd Lord were married at the Little Brown church at Nashua, Iowa, on June 9, 1932, by the Rev. William Kent.  They have resided on the farms in the Boyd's Grove community since that time.  They are the parents of two children, a daughter, Marilyn Jean, of Miami, Florida and a son Farrell, of Peoria.


REED
A surprise was held Saturday night in honor of the Silver wedding anniversary of Uncle George and Mrs. Reed with seventy present. September 11, 1890  (Reprinted September 11, 1940 Bradford Republican)

STEWARD
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Steward, for 53 years residents of Stark county, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Saturday at their country home southwest of here. [November 30, 1910 (Reprinted in the Nov. 29, 1950, Bradford Republican - Transcribed by Nancy Piper]


WRIGHT
June 11, 1941
Observe Anniversary Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Corbley C. Wright quietly observed their golden wedding anniversary at their home east of Bradford, Saturday. ...... Mary Melcenia Short and Corbley C. Wright were married June 7th, 1891 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Short near Hurley, Missouri.  Rev. Crack, pastor of the Hurley Methodist church read the service. Mr. and Mrs. Wright taught school following their marriage.  Mr. Wright was the principal of the upper grades and Mrs. Wright was in charge of the lower grades in the same building. They started farming near Hurley in 1892.  In February 1909 they moved to Illinois and have farmed the Hinman place for the past thirty years.  Mr. and Mrs. Wright are the parents of ten boys, nine of whom are living and were at home to help them observe thie happy event.  They are Leslie of Milwaukee, Wisonsin, Byron of Rushville, Illinois; Charlie of Pirnceton, Illinois; Everett, Frank, Ernest and Oscar, are farming near Bradford and Dewey and Raymond are at home.  Edgar, the second son, was killed in action during the World War and is buried in the American cemetery near Verdunne, France. [Bradford Republican, Transcribed by Nancy Piper]


WRIGHT
Ernest Wrights Plan Open House
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Wright will observe their silver wedding anniversary with an open house ot their home southeast of Bradford on Sunday, June 16. All friends and relatives are invited to call......  Miss Mildred Hall and Ernest L. Wright were united in marriage on June 11, 1932, in the First Methodist Church in Bloomington by the late Dr. T. Bloomington.  Since that time they have been farming in the Saratoga township. They are the parents of two sons, Bruce, who will be a senior at the University of Illinois next year and Merrill, who will be a senior at the Henry High School. [1957 - Bradford Republican]



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