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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 26 September 1931
Birthday Announcement of HARRY D. BROWN
BROWN #2 (my great uncle)

Loami(IL), Feb 18 - Harry D. BROWN, Sr. celebrated his sixty-sixth birthday anniversary Sat Feb 15 at his home. His daughter, Inez BROWN, entertained a few friends whose birthday anniversaries occurred Feb 14.

They were Mrs. John FISHER and William BAUCOM. Dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. John FISHER, Mrs. and Mrs. William BAUCOM, Mr. and Mrs. H.D. BROWN, Miss Inez BROWN, Loami, Henry O. BROWN, Macomb.

Mr. BROWN has been a reader of The State Journal for a great many years and also assisted his sons in carrying The Journal.

He is a member of the Christian church, was born near Waverly, moved to Loami when a small child. He is the father of five children, Paul of Loami, Morrison of
Springfield, Harry, Jr. of Chatham, Inez BROWN at home.

Henry attended Western Teachers college, Macomb. He also has three grandchildren, one sister and six brothers. To his friends he is known as "Bub" or "Bob"

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines

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