Olive Crandall's family
LJp<;|on<; Honored llt?5»lU!lb I HJilvJI CL* A V«/n r\nnlV6iSary ($pec}a] to The Post-Register) ]\ je W SWEDEN, Sept. 21. — Mr. and Mrs LoUis Crandall entertain- e(j dinner recently honoring Mr. and Mrs tester Heston on their jwenjy eighth wedding anniversary, ; Mr ¿nd Mrg Heston are visiting bere from Torrance, Calif. A large decorated cake banked with low bowls of sweet peas and with lighted pink tapers in crystal candelabra at either side centered the long table. Places were arranged for Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Heston and daughters, Charlotte and Charlene, Emerson and Juanita Crandall, the honored guests and the host and hostess. After* opening and displaying their lovely gifts the couple joined with the group in playing bingo. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ralph Heston and Emerson Crandall. This was the first meeting of the Heston brothers and their sister, Mrs. Crandall in 11 years.