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Daingerfield,-E.B. anniv 50th Jan 1907

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Mary S Taylor

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 9:11 pm    Post subject: Daingerfield,-E.B. anniv 50th Jan 1907 Reply with quote

Pacific Grove Review, CA Jan. 2, 1907
Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Daingerfield
Were Married Near Clarksburg Fifty Yeats Age
Surprise Party in their Honor at W.R. Hearst’s

Tuesday marked the fiftieth wedding anniversary of E.B. Daingerfield and wife, and it was an event that they will remember with pleasure during the remainder of their lives, for their friends took great pains to make it both memorable and enjoyable. They were invited to spend the evening at the home of City Trustee and Mrs. W.T. Hearst, and when they arrived they found the rooms filled with friends who had been invited by the ladies of the church to participate in the celebration of their anniversary. They were taken completely by surprise, as not an inkling of the affair had reached their ears and they were not in the least prepared for the congratulatory speeches and the well wishes which followed their arrival. As they entered the house Miss Ella Tuck played Lohengrin’s Wedding march and after the guests of honor had taken their seats there was an appropriate vocal selection by Mrs. Wallace Clarence Brown; readings by Wm. Adama and Mrs. Georgia Rood Stansbury, and congratulatory speeches were made by S.E. Philbrick on behalf of the board of deacons of the Congregational church and by Rev. Dr. J.H. Goodell on behalf of the church. H.J.B. Painter then presented a handsome decorated Haviland china tea set with gold border, which was the gift of the assemblage and those who were invited but could not attend. Other members of the program were vocal solos by Misses Mattie Hearst and Edith Daingerfield and piano solos by Miss Adele Davis. The evening between the numbers on the program was most pleasantly spent in a social manner and before dispersing the guests were served with delicious sherbet and cake. The rooms were decorated very pretitily and artistically with gold paper, smilax, and the golden poppy, and there was a handsome marriage bell. About eighty invitations were issued. Nearly all were present to enjoy the occasion. Among the guests were three generations of the descendants of Mr. & Mrs. Daingerfield as follows. Sons: Lucius Daingerfield of Hawaii, and Lee Daingerfiedl of this city; daughters, Mrs. W.R. Pyle of Gilroy and Miss Edith Daingerfield of this city; Grandsons, Kenneth Pyle and Pierce Daingerfield of Gilroy. Great gransons, infant child of Chas. Tumbleson and wife of this city. The Volcano Ledger, published in Amador county, of which Mr. Daingerfield was one of the propriators from 1855 to 1857, contains in the issue of January 3, 1857, the following announcement of the marriage of Mr. Daingerfield and Ellen F. Logan. The Notice was written by T.A. Springer, Mr. Daingerfield’s partner. It reads as follows: NEW FIRM. – By referring to the appropriate column, it will be seen that an addition has been made to the firm of Springs & Co. The & Co.,” after being weighed in the balance was found wanting and in self defense our junior, Mr. Daingerfield, has gone and shared his interest with one of “God’s best gifts to man.” It is the new position he has assumed. We will remind him here however, that the partnership he now forms is unlimited, and will require the exercise of his best judgment and amiable qualities to render it a prosperous and happy one. This advent, we trust, may prove a pleasant and cheering one, but “the kindest and the happiest pair, Will find occasion to forbear; And something ev’ry day they live, To pity, and perhaps forgive.” In another column the marriage notie is found as follows: MARRIED Near Clarksville, El Dorado county, on the first day of January, 1857, by Rev. Mr. King, E.R. Daingerfield, junior of the Volcano Ledger, and Miss Ellen F. Logan.
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