Morris and Anna Lenson's 45th Wedding Anniversary-23 December 1937
Will Observe Anniversary W liiiiilMlliill t . ',-V ',-V ',-V Ml 111 Mty 3 e 7 M I IC & i""f II MR. AND MRS. MORRIS LENSON Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lenson of and are the proud parents of sev- sev- 2301 Broad avenue, this city, will be honored Saturday on the occasion occasion of their forty-fifth forty-fifth forty-fifth wedding anniversary. They will be guests of honor at a reception, to be tendered tendered them by friends and relatives relatives at their home Saturday afternoon afternoon from two to five o'clock. In the evening a formal dinner will be given in the Onieda Room of the Penn-AHd Penn-AHd Penn-AHd hotel for the immediate immediate members of the ' family, some of whom are arriving from New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburg Pittsburg to make of this happy icca-sion, icca-sion, icca-sion, a complete family reunici. Mr. and Mrs. Lenson have made their home in Altoona for the past forty-six forty-six forty-six years, and have been prominently identified with church and civic affairs. They are enjoying good health en children four sons and three daughters, and three grandchildren. grandchildren. Mr. Lenson is the founder and senior member of the firm of M. Lenson & Sons. He first started in the mercantile business in 1901, when he formed a partnership for the manufacture of work . clothing. Several years later he engaged in the wholesale jobbing of ladies' and men's furnishings; this business continued throv.;h 1920 when his two sons, Max and Louis were .taken .taken into the firm and ' the firm name changed to M. Lenson & Sons. It is now one of the largest jobbing jobbing houses in central Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Lenson, whose maiden name was Wolfberg, is a survivor of the Johnstown flood and vividly recalls recalls her experience in that terrible terrible catastrophe.