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101
Anniversary- Cowan, Ron and Mary
Anniversary- Cowan, Ron and Mary
Anniversary For
Ron Cowan
Couple
Ron and Mary Cowan, Rossville, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a reception in their honor Saturday, October 1. The event will be at St. Stanislaus Church in Rossville from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited; the couple requests no gifts, please.
 
 
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Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 1
Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 1
Cox’s to Celebrate Silver Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cox. Rossville, will be honored with a 25th wedding anniversary reception Sunday, February 8, in the Rossville Presbyterian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2:00 and 4:30 p.m. The couple requests that no gifts be presented.

Hosts for the occasion will be the couple’s children: Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hanna, and Ron Cox.
 
 
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Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 2
Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 2
Golden Anniversary For Cox Couple
Robert and Agnes Cox, Maple Hill, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a summer trip to Branson, MO, where they will vacation and celebrate with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Robert Cox and Agnes Stum were married February 6,1951, in Topeka. The first few years of their marriage they lived in the Delia and Rossville communities before they moved to Manhattan, where they both retired from Kansas State University. They have lived in Maple Hill for three years.

Their two children and spouses are Juanita and Gabriel Escobar, Ft Smith, AR, and Ronald and Susan Cox, Hendersonville, NC. Robert and Agnes have four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The couple would welcome cards. Their address is 402 Sunset Lane Maple Hill, KS 66507.
 
 
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Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 3
Anniversary- Cox, Robert and Agnes 3
Robert and Agnes Cox
To celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

Robert and Agnes Cox, Topeka, were married Feb. 6, 1951. They will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Feb. 6, 2011.

Cards will reach them at 3426 SE Taurus Ave., Topeka, KS 66605. 
 
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Anniversary- Cox, Russell and Lela
Anniversary- Cox, Russell and Lela
Mr. & Mrs. Cox
Will Celebrate
Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Cox will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, Sunday, December 22, with a reception in the Kansas National Guard Armory at Holton.

Hosts for the reception will be their children: Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cox, Rossville; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Houck, Galt, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Uhler, Osage City.

Friends and relatives are invited to call between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. The couple requests that no gifts be presented.

Mr. and Mrs. Cox were married December 17, 1924 in Holton and have lived in the Emmett, Delia and Mayetta communities during their married life.

They have 11 grandchildren
 
 
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Anniversary- Crawford, Vance and Betty
Anniversary- Crawford, Vance and Betty
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford

Mr. and Mrs. Vance R. Crawford, Rossville, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary June 18 with a reception from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Rossville Christian Church.

Hosts will be their son and his wife, Rudy and Debi Crawford and their daughter, Gay Crawford. 
 
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Anniversary- Crawshaw, Elmer and Agnes
Anniversary- Crawshaw, Elmer and Agnes
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crawshaw will celebrate their wedding anniversary January 6,1985 with a reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rossville Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall.

The reception will be hosted by their children, Marjorie and John Kratina, Rossville; Robert and Jo Ann Crawshaw, Silver Lake; Barbara and David Hitchcock, Frankfort, Germany; and also their grandchildren, John and Cythina Kratina, Topeka; Tamela and Dennis Biswell, Topeka; Jimmy and Chris Crawshaw, Silver Lake, and Jo Ann and Jacson Hitchcock, Frankfort, Germany.

Elmer Crawshaw and Agnes Fleming were married in the First Methodist Church at Topeka January 2,1935.

Relatives and friends are invited to come share our special event.
 
 
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Anniversary- Cress, Verlon and Judy
Anniversary- Cress, Verlon and Judy
Cress Couple Celebrated Silver Anniversary
Verlon and Judy Cress celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with the renewal of their vows on Friday, June 19,1992. Father Jim Shaghnessy, Marysville, officiated the ceremony. The couple was married June 19, 1967; Mrs. Cress wore her wedding dress to her 25th anniversary celebration.

Verlon and July have five children: Sharlene and her husband, Shawn Cooper; Tabetha Jo Cress, Sarah and her husband, Ted Perez; Tabatha Lynn Cress and Jennifer Cress. There are three grandchildren, Christopher and Robert Cooper, and Falicity Cress.
 
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Alvin and Carol
Anniversary- Crow, Alvin and Carol
Alvin and Carol Crew
Alvin and Carol Crow celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 18. They plan to spend a week this summer in Branson with their family. 
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy 1
Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy 1
MARRIED 50 YEARS
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crow will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday, February 23. No invitations have been issued but an open house will be held in the Rossville Community Center for relatives and friends Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m.

Mr. and Mrs. Crow were married February 26, 1908, at the bride’s home in Valencia. They have been life long residents of the Rossville and Willard communities. They have one son, Charles of San Francisco, California, who with his wife, will be here for the occasion.
 
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy 2
Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy 2
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crow celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Monday with a dinner at McFarlands Restaurant in Topeka. Their son Charles Crow from San Francisco, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kiene were their guests at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Crow were married Feb. 26, 1908 at the home of Mrs. Crows father Mr. Edward Mitchell of Valencia. Mr. and Mrs. Crow have lived most of their life in Rossville. Mr. Crow retired last July 1. He operated the Acme Mfg. Co. in Rossville for 25 years. Mr. Crow is a member of the Hesperian Lodge No. 111 AF & AM, and was master of the lodge for two years. He was elected secretary in 1953 and served until 1967. The community wishes them a happy anniversary. 
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy; Stitt, David and Iva
Anniversary- Crow, Lorenzo and Daisy; Stitt, David and Iva
Pardee’s Cafe was the scene of three wedding anniversary celebrations Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crow and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stitt were enjoying a dinner out in observance of their wedding anniversaries when Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Dietrich of Silver Lake arrived for an evening out in celebration of their anniversary. Daisy and Lorenzo Crow celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary, Iva and Dave Stitt celebrated their 37th, and the Dietrichs were remembering their 51st.  
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Marion and Ada
Anniversary- Crow, Marion and Ada
CELEBRATE FIFTIETH
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Crow of South Main street, celebrated Sunday their Fiftieth wedding anniversary. The actual date was March 17th, but it was more convenient for their children and the relatives to gather together Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Crow were married in 1878 at Cambridge Springs, Pa. All of their children were present except one daughter, who lives in Bellingham, Wash., and she was greatly missed. A fine dinner was served by the daughter-in-laws Mrs. B., Mrs. L. M., Mrs. C. W. Crowe and a niece, Mrs. C. W. Baird. Places were laid for: Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Crow, Mrs. Wm. Howey of Harveyville, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baird and children, of Valencia; Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crow and son, of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crow and children of Valencia; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crow and daughter of Willard; Mrs. Crow’s brother, B. W. Baird of Wichita was kept away by the snow storm, and a nephew from Bartlesville, Okla., was unable to be present because of bad roads. Mr. and Mrs. Crow Were given several valuable presents and received cards and letters of congratulation from many relatives and friends in Colorado, Pennsylvania and the home community.
 
 
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Anniversary- Crow, Neil and JoAnn
Anniversary- Crow, Neil and JoAnn
JoAnn and Neil Crow
Neil and JoAnn Crow of Dover will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary with a public supper and reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday followed by a dance from 8 to 11 p.m., all at the Rossville American Legion Hall.

Hosts will be their children, Brian Crow, Melanie and Kent Hannigan, Stacey and Everett Moddie, Sharna and Mike Enzbrenner, and Kerri and James Yocum, and their grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Crow were married April 4,1954, in Dover.

They request no gifts.
 
 
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Anniversary- Crupper, Charles and Virginia
Anniversary- Crupper, Charles and Virginia
Cruppers Observe Silver Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glen Crupper of Rossville were complimented by members of her immediate family helping them celebrating their 25th (silver) wedding anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. Crupper were married in Arkansas while he was in the U. S. Army on March 4, 1950, however the family
celebration was held March 2, at the home of her sister in Emmett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. DeVader. Mrs. Ray Kovar, a sister-in-law, cut the anniversary cake. Mrs. Jesse Huntsman and Mrs. Donald Bunzel, sisters of Mrs. Crupper, Topeka, assisted with the serving of refreshments.

Present were: the honorees - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glen Crupper, their only son, Charles Glen Crupper, Jr. of Rossville and his fiancee, Miss Yolanda Franco of Topeka; Miss Sandy Crupper and Miss Valerie Crupper, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Kovar of Rossville, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kovar, Brian and Lucinda of St. Marys; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J. Huntsman, Karen and Gary,and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bunzel, all of Topeka; Mr. Bunzel’s mother, Mrs. Bruce Bunzel of Fort Collins, Colo., who is their house guest; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. DeVader, Brian and Brad.

On March 4, the Cruppers celebrated their actual wedding date with dinner for Miss Franco, Charles Glen Crupper, Jr., and Sandy and Valerie.
 
 
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Anniversary- Daniels, Glen and Virginia
Anniversary- Daniels, Glen and Virginia
Virginia and Glen Daniels
Glen and Virginia Daniels of Topeka will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. May 17 at the Rossville Christian Church, 411 Spruce.

Hosts will be their sons, Greg Daniels and Randy Daniels and their families.

Virginia Hahn and Glen Daniels were married May 16, 1948, at Rossville Christian Church.

They request no gifts.
 
 
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Anniversary- Darting, Alex and Lenora
Anniversary- Darting, Alex and Lenora
Alex and Lenora Darting
Alex and Lenora Darting will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 6, at the Rossville Community Center.

Hosting the reception will be their children, Ken and Karen Darting, Silver Lake; Dennis and Jan Darting, Baldwin City; Steve Darting, Seneca; and their five grandchildren. The Dartings also have a daughter, the late Donna Darting.

Alex Darting and Lenora Andrick were married June 3, 1943, in Topeka. He was in the U.S. Army during World War II. He is retired from Western and Southern Insurance Company and the U.S. Postal Service. She is retired from McCall Pattern Co.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, David and Eva
Anniversary- Davis, David and Eva
Mr. and Mrs. Davie Davis were
given a happy surprise Wednesday evening in honor of their 41st wedding anniversary, when a party of relatives and friends came in unannounced. The evening was spent socially and refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis and family Mr. and Mrs. Denny Davis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Davis, Miss Catherine Davis, Joe Beck, Mr. and Mrs. William Markham and daughters of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cottle, Donis Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cottle, Mr. and Ernest Tschantz and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Hahn, Viola and Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zickefoose, Edward Zickefoose, Miss Dorothy Hopkins, Miss Cora Mae Reser, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McCollough, Clyde McCollough. Mr. and Mrs. Audy Trimble, Herbert and Everett.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, Elmer and Cora
Anniversary- Davis, Elmer and Cora
Golden Wedding Anniversary for Elmer Davis Couple
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer David Davis, Rossville, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday, February 7, at Stephenson’s in Kansas City, Mo.

Hosting the occasion will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Conway, Indianapolis, Ind., Sally Coffman, Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Hutchinson. The couple has nine grandchildren.

Cora Mae Reser and Elmer David Davis were married February 8, 1937, in St. Marys. They have lived their married lives in the Rossville and Topeka communities.

Mr. Davis is retired from the Santa Fe Railroad and Brotherhood of Railway Clerks.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, Glen and Opal
Anniversary- Davis, Glen and Opal
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis entertained with a dinner last Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis's sixth wedding anniversary. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis, Mrs. Elmer Davis, Darlene, Salley, Davie; Mrs. John Haynes, of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Davis. 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, James and Nannie
Anniversary- Davis, James and Nannie
PASS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Last Wednesday, January 25, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis, of Silver Lake township passed their 50th wedding anniversary in a quiet manner at their home.

The fact they were not feeling as well as their usual good health and the icy roads forced them to give up attempting an open house.

However, news of their anniversary spread around to friends and they were deluged with cards of greetings and congratulations from many communities.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis were married in 190C at West Liberty, Ky, and returned to Rossville and made their first home southwest of Rossville on the farm now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis.

An interesting note about this farm, is that during the past 50 years, in various changes in ownership there always has been one of the Davis brothers or their sons occupying the place.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis asked a few words of thanks and appreciation be extended to friends for the greeting cards and letters.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, James and Teresa
Anniversary- Davis, James and Teresa
A surprise party was given Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Davis in honor of their 27th wedding anniversary. 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, Marvin and Irene 1
Anniversary- Davis, Marvin and Irene 1
Davis Couple Will Observe 40th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis, Rossville, will celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary Sunday, May 16, at their home.

Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 5 p.m. The couple requests no gifts.

Hosts will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Davis.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, Marvin and Irene 2
Anniversary- Davis, Marvin and Irene 2
Golden Anniversary Celebration For Marvin and Irene Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis, Rossville, will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a reception to be given by their children and grandchildren on Sunday, May 18, 1986, in the fellowship hall of the Rossville Presbyterian Church from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Their children are Roy and Phyllis Davis, Dean and Marlene Davis, and Gene and Trudi Davis, all of Rossville, The Davises have seven grandchildren.

Friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception and the couple asks only for the gift of your presence at this very important event in their lives.

Marvin Davis and Irene Lasswell were married May 17, 1936, in Topeka. They have lived on the farm near Rossville since they were married.
 
 
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Anniversary- Davis, Stanley and Dorothy
Anniversary- Davis, Stanley and Dorothy
Ruby Anniversary for
Davis Couple
Stanley and Dorothy Davis, Route 8, Topeka, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, February 13, followed by a dance at the Rossville American Legion hall in Rossville.

Hosts will be their children: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sage, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Martinek, Delia; and their families.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis were married January 31, 1947, in Topeka. They have three grandchildren.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dayton, Charles and Sophia
Anniversary- Dayton, Charles and Sophia
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Dayton
Golden Anniversary Reception
for Day ton Couple
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Dayton, Rossville, will hold open house Sunday, September 25, 1983, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Rossville United Methodist Church in honor of their parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton were married in Cumberland, Md., September 23, 1933.

Their six children are: C. Ronald Dayton, deceased; Nancy Brooks, Rossville; John Dayton, Overland Park; Dan A. Dayton, Wichita; J. Kathleen Kovar, Rossville; and Richard Dayton, Topeka. The couple has fifteen grandchildren and three great- grandchildren.
 
 
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Anniversary- DeBacker, George and Margaret
Anniversary- DeBacker, George and Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. George W. DeBacker, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. George W. DeBacker, Sr. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, Sunday, April 16, with a reception in their home to be hosted by their sons and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. DeBacker, Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. George DeBacker, Jr., Delia.

No invitations are being sent but friends and relatives are invited to call between 2:00 and 4:00p.m. The couple asked that no gifts be presented.

Mr. and Mrs. DeBacker were married April 26, 1922, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Delia and will celebrate the Anniversary Mass on the 16th.

They have resided in the Delia community their 50 years where he has been a farmer and cattleman.

The DeBackers have five grandchildren and one great grandchild.
 
 
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Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 1
Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 1
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Decker Celebrate 55th Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Decker, Rossville, were honored by their children on their 55th wedding anniversary with a dinner at China Inn in Topeka Friday evening, January 28.

Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stach, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meyer, Gretchen and Blake, all of Rossville; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Decker, Brent, Emily and Bryce and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Schmitz and Matthew, all of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Steele, Rod and Russ, St. Marys.

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Decker, Kansas City, Mo., were unable to attend, but called earlier in the day.

The Deckers were married January 28, 1922, at Topeka and will have resided in the Rossville community 55 years this summer.
 
 
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Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 2
Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 2
Mr. and Mrs. Decker

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Decker, Rossville, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary quietly in their home Thursday.

They were married Jan. 28, 1922, in Topeka, and have lived in Rossville all their married lives.

They have four children: Winifred Stach, Rossville; Willis Decker, Kansas City; Gerald Decker, Topeka; and Charlotte Steele, St. Marys; and 14 grandchildren. 
 
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Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 3
Anniversary- Decker, Ernest and Mary 3
Happy 65th Wedding Anniversary,
Mary and Ernie Decker

Love...and Congratulations
Charlotte and Kenny 
 
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Anniversary- Decker, Willis and Helen
Anniversary- Decker, Willis and Helen
50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration For Rossville Couple
Willis and Helen Immenschuh Decker will observe their Golden Wedding Anniversary Friday, October 27, 1995 with a family gathering on the 28th.

The couple has three daughters, Sharon Wille, Olathe; Wanda Jones, Kansas City, Mo.; and Glenda Ammon, Safety Harbor, Fla. They have four grandchildren.

Helen and Willis were high school sweethearts and were married at the First Christian Church in Topeka on October 27,1945. They attended the 50th class reunion of Rossville High School this summer.
 
 
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Anniversary- DeGraff, Leo and Clara
Anniversary- DeGraff, Leo and Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeGraff celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Jager and Mr. Jager at St. Marys. 
 
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Anniversary- DeGraff, Robert and Eva
Anniversary- DeGraff, Robert and Eva
Couple Will Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. DeGroff [sic DeGraff] will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on September 13.

George DeGroff, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeGroff, was born and raised in Rossville, and his wife, Eva, came to Rossville as a baby. Her father, Mr. Frank E. Strimple, taught school in the rural areas there for over 50 years, and also served as police judge in Rossville for many years.

Mr. and Mrs. DeGroff have four children: Mrs. Hollis
Bitner, Lee’s Summit, Mo.; Mrs. Howard Barnes, La Habra, California; Mrs. George Ellen Venturella, Topeka; and Mrs. Paul L. DeGroff, Omaha, Nebr. They also have 10 grandchildren.

Because of ill health, there will be no open house. The DeGroff s now live at 2609 Buchanan, Topeka, Kansas 66611.
 
 
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Anniversary- Deiter, Howard and Louise 1
Anniversary- Deiter, Howard and Louise 1
Deiters Will Celebrate 35th
Anniversary October 7
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Deiter, Maple Hill, will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary Saturday, October 7, with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 4:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Delia, followed by a reception and dance at the Bohemian Hall northeast of Rossville.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the mass and reception which will be hosted by their five children — Steve and Robin Deiter, Sabetha; Julie and Chuck Ross and Shelley and Mike Kruger, Silver Lake; Tim Deiter, Wamego; and Greg Deiter, Maple Hill. The Deiters have 11 grandchildren.

Howard Deiter and Louise Cowan were married October 9, 1954, in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Delia, by Fr. Michael McManis. Following the wedding mass, the couple had a dance at the Bohemian Hall before leaving for their honeymoon in New Orleans. They have lived most of their married life in the Maple Hill area where Mr. Deiter is engaged in farming.
 
 
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Anniversary- Deiter, Howard and Louise 2
Anniversary- Deiter, Howard and Louise 2
Howard and Louise Deiter
Deiters To Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary

Howard and Louise Deiter, Maple Hill, will celebrate their Golden Wed¬ding Anniversary with a mass of Thanksgiving at the Immaculate Conception Church in St. Marys Sunday, October 10, at 11 a.m. A reception buffet will follow. Hosting the celebration will be their children.

Howard Deiter and Louise Cowan were married October 9, 1954, at the Sacred Heart Church in Delia.

Their children and spouses are: Steve Deiter, Sabetha; Tim Deiter, Maple Hill; Chuck and Julie Ross, and Mike and Shelly Kruger, Silver Lake; and Greg and Rachel Deiter, St. Marys. They have 14 grandchildren.

Mr. Deiter continues his work in farming and trucking. Mrs. Deiter worked for Santa Fe Railway and Shawnee County ASCS Office, in addition to being a homemaker.

The couple requests no gifts.
 
 
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Anniversary- Deiter, Richard and Sybil
Anniversary- Deiter, Richard and Sybil
[Poem]
50
Richard and Sybil Deiter
1945-1995
February 27, 1995 
 
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Anniversary- Deppe, Pete and Dee
Anniversary- Deppe, Pete and Dee
Bob and Nita Zwonitzer
Dee and Pete Deppe
A dance is planned in celebration of the 40th wedding anniversaries of Bob and Nita Zwonitzer of Holton and Pete and Dee Deppe of Ozawkie.

The dance will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Eagles Lodge in Holton, with music by Legacy.

Bob Zwonitzer of Holton and Juanita Wark of Denison were married Dec. 11, 1955, in Hertford, N.C. They have one daughter, Robin Ganino of Temecula, Calif., and two grandchildren.

Mr. Zwonitzer is retired from Santa Fe Railway.

Pete Deppe of Denison and Delores Keller of Circleville were married March 15, 1956, at the Presbyterian Church in Holton. They are the parents of Terry Deppe, Holton, and Tonya Simecka, Ozawkie. They have seven grandchildren.

Mr. Deppe is retired from Santa Fe Railway.
 
 
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Anniversary- DeVader, Charles and Mae
Anniversary- DeVader, Charles and Mae
Charles and Mae DeVader
Golden Anniversary for DeVaders
Mae and Charles DeVader will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, October 24, 1993.

An 8 a.m. Mass of Thanksgiving will be celebrated in Holy Cross Church, Emmett. A covered dish carry-in luncheon will be held at noon for family and friends who wish to eat and visit, and at 2:30 p.m. a reception will be held in Holy Cross Parish Hall.

Charles and Mae Kovar DeVader were married October 23, 1943, at Holy Cross Church in Emmett.

They are the parents of four children — Edwin (deceased); Pamela, Corpus Christi, Tex.; Brian, Topeka; and Brad, St. Joseph, Mo. They have five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
 
 
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Anniversary- DeVader, Ed and Pauline
Anniversary- DeVader, Ed and Pauline
DeVaders to Celebrate 35th Anniversary

Ed and Pauline DeVader, Emmett, are inviting their friends and relatives to help celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with a dance at the church hall Friday, November 28, from 9:00 to 12:00. The couple requests that no gifts be presented. 
 
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Anniversary- DeVader, Joe and Catherine
Anniversary- DeVader, Joe and Catherine
Catherine and Joe
DeVader
Joe and Catherine DeVader of Delia will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Emmett.

Joe DeVader and Catherine Martin were married Aug. 26,1950. at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Rossville.

Their four sons and five daughters and their spouses are Larry and Georgia DeVader, Topeka; Edith Fuller, Topeka: Dave and Cherry DeVader, Topeka; Shelby and Loretta Scott, North Platte, Neb.: Dean and Marcia Wagner, Rossville; Robert and Trina DeVader, St. Marys; Roberta DeVader-Dale. St, Marys; Chief DeVader, Emmett; and Neil and Ranae Baker, Utica.

The couple have 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Mr. DeVader is retired from Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. after 33 years of service.

Mrs. DeVader is a homemaker. She is actively involved with the Jolly Workers and is the dispatcher for the Emmett Senior Citizens Bus.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 1
Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 1
Dibberns to Celebrate Golden
Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dibbern will be guests of honor at an open house to be held at Myron Green’s in Topeka on Sunday, June 9, 1974, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., honoring their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requests that no gifts be presented.

Hosts and hostesses will be their children: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitfield, Osceola, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bratton, Collinsville, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Crow, Osage City; Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dibbern, and Mrs. Harold Dibbern, all from Topeka.

Mr. and Mrs. Dibbern were married on June 4, 1924, and spent the early part of their marriage on a farm near Delia. The later years have been spent in Topeka where Mr. Dibbern was employed by the Kansas Power and Light Company before his retirement.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 2
Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 2
MR. AND MRS. DIBBERN

The children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dibbern will honor them Sunday, June 9 with a reception in the Myron Green Cafeteria from 3 to 5 p.m. in celebration of the couple’s 50th wedding anniversary.

Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitfield, Osceola, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bratton, Collinsville, Okla. ; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Crow, Osage City; Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dibbern and Mrs. Harold Dibbern, Topeka.

Mr. and Mrs. Dibbern were married June 24, 1924 in Topeka. They lived in Delia several years before moving to Topeka. Before his retirement, Mr. Dibbern was employed by Kansas Power and Light Co., They have 18 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Note: Photo of couple in news clip
 
 
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Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 3
Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 3
Dibberns celebrate
60 years
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Dibbem will be honored on their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, June 3 at the North Porch of Garfield Shelterhouse.

Hosts for the occasion will be their children, Mrs. Louise Claycomb; Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Ross; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bratton, Collinsville, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitfield, Mishawaka, Indiana; and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dibbern.

Henry Dibbern and Mabel Banta were married June 4, 1924.

He is retired from Kansas Power & Light, Tecumseh.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 4
Anniversary- Dibbern, Henry and Mabel 4
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dibbern
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dibbern, Topeka, will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary with a reception hosted by their children from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the couple’s home, 2113 N.W. Lower Silver Lake Road.

Their children are Merle and Shirley Ross, Topeka; Geneva and Lloyd Whitfield, Mishawaka, Ind.; Avis and Dean Bratton, Collinsville, Okla.; Louise and Lloyd Brandenburg, Topeka; Floyd and Jean Dibbern, Topeka, and the late Harold Dibbern.

They have 13 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren and one great- great grandchild.

Henry Dibbern and Mabel Banta were married June 4, 1924, in Delia. Mr. Dibbern is retired from Kansas Power and Light Co. Mrs. Dibbern had been employed by Hollywood- Maxwell, an apparel maker.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Bennie and Lorena 1
Mr. and Mrs. Dick
A golden wedding anniversary reception will honor Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick, Rossville, Sunday, Dec. 26 in the Christian Church, Rossville.

Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 4 p.m. The couple requests that no gifts be presented.

Hosts will be their sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dick, all of Rossville.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick were married Dec. 31, 1926 in Ottawa. They have seven grandchildren.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Bennie and Lorena 2
60th Anniversary For Rossville Couple
Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick, Sr., Rossville, are invited to help them celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, December 28, 1986, at 2:30 p.m. Bennie Oliver Dick and Lorena May Ellwood were married December 31, 1926, at Ottawa, Ks. They have lived in Rossville since 1939.

The reception in the Rossville Christian Church, 411 Spruce, will be hosted by their children: Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dick, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dick, all of Rossville.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick have seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Mr. Dick is a retired farmer.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Bill and Alverine
Fifty-ninth Anniversary for
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dick
It all started with a “Blind Date.’’ Fifty-nine years ago or February 11, 1924, Bill Dick and Alverine Tibbetts were married in Topeka. Bill was employed at McCormick Rug Company, making $12 a week, and Alverine was a chocolate candy dipper making $18 a week. They felt they had an adequate income to start out married life.

The Dicks have four children, 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

This year, Bill and Alverine celebrated their anniversary with a party given in their honor at the Rossville Valley Manor. Mrs. Dick is a resident at the facility. The beautifully decorated cake prepared by Manor cooks and punch were served to the honored couple, residents, staff, family and other guests.

Bill and Alverine’s son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Kay Dick, celebrated their 22nd anniversary on the same day.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Wayne and Dianne 1
Couple to celebrate 25th

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dick, Rossville, will celebrate their 25th anniversary with an open house on Nov. 20, 1983, at the Mainstreeter Club from 2 to 4 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick were married at Rossville on November 16, 1958. Their children are Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dick, Kevin Dick, and Jayne Dick. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Garland Gideon, Paxico, and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick, Sr., Rossville.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Wayne and Dianne 2
You are cordially invited to attend our
40th Wedding Anniversary
Wayne and Dianne Dick, Rossville, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an open invitation open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, November 15, at their home.

Dianne Gideon and Wayne Dick were married November 16, 1958, at the United Methodist Church in Rossville. They have lived in the Rossville community throughout their marriage.

Dianne and Wayne are the parents of Scott and Kelly Dick and Kevin and Julie Dick, all of Rossville, and Jayne Dick, Kansas City, Mo. Their two grandsons are Ryan and Cody Dick, Rossville.

The couple farm and operate Dick Farms Trucking with their sons at Rossville. They also drive a school bus for Kaw Valley Unified School District 321.

They request no gifts, please.
 
 
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Anniversary- Dick, Wayne and Dianne 3
To celebrate 50th wedding anniversary
Wayne and Dianne Gideon Dick were married Nov. 16, 1958, at the Rossville United Methodist Church.

Dianne is the daughter of the late Garland and Viola Kovar Gideon of rural Paxico. Wayne is the son of the late Bennie and Lorena Ellwood Dick, of Rossville.

They settled at 6520 NW Hall Road, Rossville, and raised three chil-dren: Scott, Kevin and Jayne. They have five grandchildren: Ryan, Cody, Loren, Landen and Lawsen. They both graduated from Rossville High School. Wayne served as a Sargeant E6 in the Kansas National Guard for eight years at St. Marys. He began farming with his dad and brother while in high school and continues this occupation now with his sons Scott and Kevin and grandson Cody.

Wayne drove the school bus for the Rossville schools for more than 50 years and Dianne who continues driving at this time, has driven the bus since 1966. They are lifetime members of the American Hereford Association. Wayne was a founding member of the Rossville Palomino Club of which Dianne and their children later joined. He is presently treasurer of the Rossville Drainage District Board. Wayne is a member of the American Legion Jimmie Lillard Post No. 31, Rossville; Topeka Lodge No. 17 AF & AM, Topeka; Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Topeka; Arab Shrine A.A.O.N.M.S., Topeka, where he was a charter member of the Arab Shrine Scooter Patrol, and Past Worthy Patron of Loyal Chapter No. 176, Order of the Eastern Star, Silver Lake.

Dianne has been active in community affairs and was a leader of the Rossville Rustlers 4-H Club for many years. She is currently trustee on the Rossville Township Board. Dianne is a 50-year member and Past Worthy Matron of Loyal Chapter No. 176, and Order of the Eastern Star, Silver Lake. In 1986, she commenced the operation of Puppie Trails Kennel, a puppie brokerage firm, and later became a known breeder of American Kennel Club registered Italian Greyhound, Miniature Schnauzer and Miniature Dachshund puppies.

Wayne and Dianne will celebrate the occasion of their 50th year of marriage with a family dinner at their home on Sunday, Nov. 16.
 
 

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