GLENMOOR - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cunningham will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2-4 p.m. Oct. 31 at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church, hosted by their children.
The former Carol Arnett, daughter of Pete and Edna Arnett, became the bride of Harry Cunningham, son of Oliver and Mary Cunningham on Oct. 29, 1949 in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Ralph Richards of Pennsboro, W.Va. They moved to East Liverpool in 1956.
Mr. Cunningham retired from the Bayley Envelope Company as the traffic controller for 20 years. He previously had been employed at the Smith and Phillips Furniture Company as the shipping manager. He also served as commissioner of the East Liverpool Youth Baseball Association and as the Ohio field director of the East Zone (West Division) of Pony Baseball.
Harry and Carol Cunningham
Mrs. Cunningham is a homemaker and was on the founding board of Meals on Wheels. She delivered meals weekly for over 20 years.
Both are members of the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church, where Mr. Cunningham served as treasurer and was a trustee for many years. Mrs. Cunningham was a Sunday school teacher for 30 years, bible school teacher and served as a deaconess.
The couple have four children, Kathy (Larry) White and Ron (Pam) Cunningham, all of Glenmoor, Gary (Joyce) Cunningham, Smithton, Pa., and Steve Cunningham, North Canton. They also have 17 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
They have requested gifts be omitted.