Mr./Mrs. Erwin (Silver - 1882)
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Surnames: Black, Hendren, Neff, Taylor, Ackerman, Thayer, Klopf, Dudley, Campbell, O’Neil, Huntley, Cornell, Burke, Wing, Ritchie, Sayle, Bullard
----Sources: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Oct. 1882
Black, Mr./Mrs. Erwin (Silver - 1882)
The silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Black, which was celebrated at their residence in Weston on the 265th inst. Was an exceedingly enjoyable occasion. Many of the guests arrived early in the day, while others did not put in an appearance until evening. Mr. and Mrs. Black entertained the company with such genial hospitality that all were made merry during the whole evening, and regretted when the time came to take their departure. The presents were many and valuable. It was the good fortune of the local editor of the Times to receive an invitation; an acceptance resulted in a pleasant ride and a most delightful holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Black are still in the prime of their life and have the promise of many years of enjoyment. They are among our very best citizens. Their home and life is pure and happy. As we rode home upon the close of the festivities, their home suggested to us the chaste picture of domestic love and platy in Burns "Cotter’s Saturday Night."
Following is a list of the invited guests: Rev. W. H. Hendren, Mrs. Albertus Neff, Mrs. Betsy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ackermann, Miss Edith Ackerman, Master F. Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Henry Klopf, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley, Miss Bertha Dudley, Mr. Robert Cambpell, Mr. James O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. R. Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. ? Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Cornell, Mr. Alfred Burke, Mr. Andrew Wing, Mr. and Mrs. W. Richie, Mrs. Betsy Black, Mr. and Mrs. John Soyle, Mr. and Mrs. S. Richie, Mr. and Mrs. Bullard, Mr. and Mrs. D. Neff & family.
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