Clipped From Chicago Tribune
M' R. AND MRS. STEPHEN W. NEILSON observed their golden wedding recently, with a dinner in their home, 1341 Roosevelt rd., for relatives and friends. Chicagoans since 1928, the Neilsons came from Memphis, Term. Neilson, 76, has been in the print-! ing business since 1886. His wife is' 75. I They have four sons and three i daughters: Stephen, 4240 Michigan' av.; James, 2120 13th St.; Delmas and Joseph, both of the home; Mrs. Seabron Johnson, 1234 S. Paulina St.; Mrs. Quintin Fowler. 1250; Roosevelt rd., and Mrs. Joseph Kob-erts, Detroit, Mich. Betty Jean Czirr, 842 N. Elmwood av.. Oak Park, has been appointed feature editor of the Lawrentian, newspaper of Lawrence college at Appleton, Wis.