Ossie Curry Sr. 50th Anniv
TItti liAIIj I HV j HAL l V About . ; i Í . . . Folks Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Ossie I. Curry, Sr., c< Princeton, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary, Sunday, With suitable services at the Christ- ian Church in that city, and from 2 to 4 F.M., held open house. Mr. and | Mrs. Curry are natives of Hunting- burz, and lived here for some time following their marriage. Mis. Curry is the former Meta Ahrens of this city. Ossie is a retired railroader, and they have four children: Mrs. Venola Peterson of San Francisco, Calif.; Marion Curry of Helena, Mont.; Mrs. Bernice Higginbotham, Orlando, Fla., and Ossie I. Curry, Jr., of Princeton. Redmer - Steinkamp Mr. and Mrs. John Otto Steinkamp, who are now residing in Carlisle is a design draftsman for the Chrysler Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala. He is a graduate of the Huntingburg high school of Chicago Tech ol the latter city. He k. the grandson cf John Steinkamp of Huntingburg, former sheriff of Dubois County, and also served as councilman and chief cf police of Huntingburg. Emmons - Songer Mr. and Mrs. Estel Emmons of Huntingburg announce the marriage of their daughter Sandra, to Leon Songer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scnger of Dale, which marriage Holland Choice For Good Citizen Title Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fenneman of Holland, was featured as a soloist in a concert presented by the Evansville College Choir at Rockport recently. Miss Fenneman, a sophomore, is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, honrary music fraternity, and the College Band.