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Dayton Daily News - Sunday, April 2, 1916


of 22 Sherman street, who celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Monday with a high mass at 7 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church

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Half a century of happy married life was celebrated Monday, April 3, by Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Caulfield of 22 Sherman street, and during the day they were showered with the congratulations of their legion of friends in the city and county.

At 7 o'clock solemn high mass was celebrated at St. Joseph's church by Rev. Father William Hickey, pastor, music for the occasion bing rendered by the choir under the direction of Rev. Father Deckman.

At breakfast were present all the living and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Caulfield, together with many friends who were present at their wedding.

Mr. and Mrs. Caulfield have always been residents of Montgomery county, and for the last 21 years have lived in Dayton. Eleven children were born to them, nine of whom are living. During the day many friends called at the home to tender their best wishes.

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