BioA: Logue, Rev. and Mrs. David (Silver - 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Logue, Ystad, Rogers, Wade, Schultz, Dallman, Abel
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/15/1973
Logue, Rev. and Mrs. David (Silver - 1973)
Approximately 100 well-wishing friends attended an Open House recently in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. David Logue in the Zion United Church of Christ.
The festivities began with a 25th wedding anniversary service at 10:30 a.m. Special vocal selections were a wedding solo, Savior like a Shepherd lead us,” by the Rev. Mr. Logue, dedicated to Mrs. Logue; and the choir sang, “Love One Another,” with Miss Dawn Ystad as organist.
The words of celebration were prayed in unison.
All five of the Logues’ children were present. They are: Sharon, a student at nursing school in Madison, and her fiancé Norman Rogers, also of Madison; Larry, taking pre-law at the University at Eau Claire; Gregory a freshman; Jeanette, fourth grade; and Vincent, second grade.
David Logue and the former Mary Lou Wade were married November 4, 1948, in Los Angeles, Ca. They came from California to Greenwood seven years ago.
Special gifts received by the honored couple were a set of cookware from their children; a corsage, boutonniere, and table arrangement of flowers from the Zion Women’s Guild; a monetary gift from the Salem Aid; anniversary cake from the Adult Fellowship; and a money tree from the Zion congregation. The room was decorated with streamers and bells.
Gary Schultz, accompanied by Mrs. Schultz on the piano, sang, “Always.”
Mrs. Larry Dallman had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Theodore Abel was general hostess, assisted by the women of the church.
An anniversary supper was served.
People attended from Madison, Eau Claire, Loyal, Willard, Curtiss and the Greenwood area.
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