1932 The 25th of November was a very long time ago. There have only been 14 years since the end of World War One.
Franklin Roosevelt had just been elected president while the United States was experiencing a Great Depression.
He could purchase a gram of gold for $21, but there were still some modifications. John Bethar and Anne Bethar celebrate on that day.
They had grown up in one of Bridgeport, Connecticut’s most secure communities, but went to New York City to get married right away, against her family’s wishes to wed an older guy.
The fact that they were still married 85 years later was quite amazing. He has now reached the ages of 102 and 106.
Their union has been honored as a champion of longevity in the United States and is regarded as one of the longest marriages in history.
John chuckled as he mentioned. They predicted that it wouldn’t endure long.Only Anne and John have the qualifications to be experts in marriage.
They also gave TV interviews and even offered some marriage advice to the general public on twitter.
It was crucial to acknowledge and accept their flaws. Another advantageous and significant situation is avoiding conflicts and not harboring resentments.
John laughed. The only disagreement we have ever had in our years of marriage is about cooking. But Anne stopped.
Here are his thoughts. It only concerns cooking. Of course, having a good sense of humor is very helpful!
Another important component of the mix is the factor of company. It is more possible that love will survive for many years if you get along well with friends and enjoy doing activities as though you were friends.