Clipped From The Fort Wayne Sentinel
Will Celebrate Golden Wedding Jubilee. T J I t i "BBsHssrBlW - - - a ' i?fiffa$fl' 'M 'V5iaHBBSBBBLitTlaiV VSsfctHii FRANK 3. LTJLET, St Mary's Catholic church wllf be the scene of a wedding celebration tomorrow tomorrow morning of unusual significance, significance, It will be the fiftieth anniversary anniversary of the married life of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J, Luley, of 517 East Jefferson Jefferson street The rellgloua ceremony a well as the fact ot the anniversary la interesting the many friends and acquaintances of these greatly respected respected residents ot tbe city. For over a half century they bave made their homo In Fort Wayne. Here they have reared their children, setting tbem such an examplo - of healthy and happy living that more than relatives nave peen impressed witn tne result Rt Rev. Mgr. J. H Oechterlng will officiate at solemn high mass at 9 o'clock tomorrow, Two grandchild dren, Miss Adeline Luley and Clemans Mettler, will be bridesmaid and groomsman, Many friends will attend the service. Both Mr. and Mrs, Luley came to America in 1851 Mr, Luley was bom at Wattenbelm, Krels Bensheln, Hesse Darmstadt Germany, Mrs. Luley, whose maiden name waa Margaret Huhn, was born In TJImbach, Kohres - sen, Krels Schllchten, Germany, six years later than her husband, who waa born In 1830. Their marriage Mary's Catholic church ot this city, a small brick building upon whoss site tne Sisters now have a school To the venerable couple, who are not old MRS. FRANK J, IrTJLElO In spite of their having lived to reach the seventies, have been barn seven children, who are Mary, write of Peter Mettler; Frank P - Joseph J., Jacob J , Andrew B. and Henry W, Luley, all ot this city, and Edward P. Luley, ot Milwaukee. There) are eighteen grandchildren. grandchildren. Mr, Luley is a cabinet and patternmaker patternmaker by trade. He first worked for the late Louis Orlebel, the pioneer furniture r manufacturer, but In 1858 went tq work for Jones and S. S. Bass, founders of the Basa Foundry and Machine Machine works. Mr. Luley baa remained remained with that concern ever since. He Is nbted for bis skill aa a mechanic mechanic and his devotion to his work. Mr, Luley still remains at bis bench in spite of his advanced years When his sons urged that be "lay off" today and tomorrow he protested against making a holiday ot today, declaring that there was a piece ot work that should be finished and that he would not negelect It:, In commenting on the fact that his golden wedding; cele bration comes on an election day, Mr, Luley said: "We were to bave been married on November 4, but that was election day and James Buchanan was running for president, so we post poned the wedding day on mat ac - ilacu lu 183 - tn tho aw StrTrJiniftafindthat we 'are lur celBbrutr our anniversary on an election aay after alL" Mr, Luley Is a loyal democrat In politics. politics.