Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Anniversary Dinner Given olive a M i n k e ? recognized by Oeo Local i " v -*al -*al M a r g a r e t t h e l Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. I. R, Likens, 12 North Lee Street, were honored Monday' by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and family of Fort Ashby. They entertained with a dinner at Penn Alps In celebration of their 52nd wedding anniversary. The cake centered the table. The former Miss Bculal) Pauline Secrist, niece of the late Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Secrist, became the bride Mr. Likens, son of the late Homer D. and Anna (Green) Likens, Burlington, on July 18, 1325. The ceremony was performed in the United Brelhrcn Church, Keyset by Rev. Will. They are Ihe parents of one daughter, Pauline and have six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Likens is a retired Potomac Edison employe. Both are members ftf the First Presbyterian Church, where Mrs. Likens is active in various circles.