A Shelby County
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kuntz quietly celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday at their home near Manilla, the home in which they have resided during all their married life, and the home where Mr. Kuntz was born.
The couple received numerous cards, flowers and other greetings in observance of the occasion.
Mr., Mrs. Kuntz Mark Golden Anniversary at Home Near Manilla
Mrs. Kuntz was Miss Jeanette M. Cross
before her marriage and the wedding took place on April 25, 1900, in the home of her mother,
Mrs. Kate Cross. She is a member of the Walker Township, Rush County, Home Economics Club, and the Fidilia Garden Club.
Both she and Mrs. Kuntz are members of the Manilla Methodist Church and she is a member of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the church.
Mr. Kuntz, who is a farmer, holds membership in the Masonic and Modern Woodmen lodges.
The couple has two children, Mrs. Opal Binford of Greenfield and
Voyd Kuntz of Connersville. They have one grandchild, Kathleen Ann
Kuntz. The children entertained their parents with an anniversary dinner Sunday.
Contributed by Peggy
The Shelby Democrat Louis Kuntz and wife are
the guests of relatives in Franklin county.
Thursday, December 26, 1905
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming