Robbins Anniversary, 1906

Happy anniversary to Charles Woodford Robbins and Maggie Molder Robbins.  Here’s a report from the September 13, 1906 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 5.  (See also the Maryville Daily Forum, September 10, 1936, page 4, for an account of their 50th wedding anniversary celebration.)

Celebrated Wedding Anniversary.

On Thursday, Sept. 13, 1906, about thirty-five friends and relatives of Chas. W. Robbins and wife gathered at their home a half mile northeast of Skidmore, in honor of their twentieth anniversary.  The guests came with well filled baskets, and the table being spread at the usual hour, all partook of the bountiful dinner which had been prepared by the ladies.  The evening was spent in music and conversation after which the guests departed for their respective homes, wishing Mr. Robbins and wife many more such pleasant occasions.

Those present were:  J. B. Smith, W. R. Linville and wife, W. S. Linville and wife, Spencer Linville and wife, Orren Masters and wife, John Masters and wife; Mesdames M. P. Horn and children, Clarence Harris and children, Jas. Clarady and son, A. C. Wood, Willard Money, George Patterson, John Trapp, Sam Masters, Wood Masters; Misses Lillie Smith, Lora Stults, Ethel Linville, Barbie Patterson, and Lulu Wood.