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Hundley's Golden - Golden Anniversary Reception Af Mission Inn...
Golden Anniversary Reception Af Mission Inn Fetes John B. Hundleys Mr. and Mrs. John Boren Hundley. 220 West Cj-press avenue, avenue, who have been residents of the Redlands area since their marriage in 1913, were i honored yesterday in celebra- jtion of their Golden Wedding at a reception in the Spanish .Art Gallery at Slission Inn in Riverside. Riverside. Arrangements for the anniversary anniversary party were made as a , surprise by their daughter and !son. Mrs. Chester Mattison (Adelaide Hundley) of Los Ala mitos and Jack Hundley of IWhitticr. assisted by Mr. Mattison Mattison and Mrs. Hundley. .•\ profusion of flowers decor- •ated the Gallery for the occa- ision and center of attraction 'was the anniversarj- cake, with ornamental swans and columns 'spacing the four tiers topped jwith a cluster of ycllow-gold i carnations. I In the receiving line with the {honored couple were Mr. and Mrs. Mattison. Mr. and Sirs. Jack Hundley and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ford (.Ann Schweitzer) of Orange who handled the guest book. -Mrs. Ford is the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Mattison and the John Hundleys' granddaughter. granddaughter. A grandson, Richard Schweitzer Schweitzer of Westwood, was present with his wife as were young Carole, Tom and .^Uen Hundley, three of the Jack Hundleys" four children. Guests at the reception were from Redlands, Pacific Palisades, Palisades, Pasadena, Hollywood, Long Beach, San Francisco and Costa Slesa and included Mrs. Hundley's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jencks of Glen dale. A dinner party on the terrace at the Inn for members of the family followed the reception. Mr. Hundley and the former Mildred Jencks, both then of Claremont, were married at her parents' home Oct. 29, 1913 They moved to this area after their marriage and Mr. Hundley managed his acreage in Yucaipa. Yucaipa. Both have been active in this commnuity's civic and social life and .Mrs. Hundley has taken an active interest in Trinity Episcopal church, serving in various capacities including that of president of Trinity Church Cram School for the Halloween Carnival to be held on the school grounds Thursday starting starting at 6:30 p.m. with a costume parade. A prize will be present ed for the most original costume in each grade. Among the many thrills and surprises will be a Haunted House and all tj-pes of carnival games. The advanced ticket sale is in progress now, ending October October 30th. Halloween poster contest winners winners were: Kindergarten, Mike Hill: first grade, John Fuqua: second grade. Tern Ruiz; third grade, Margaret Donahue; fourth grade. Edward Paramo; fifth grade, Dennis Brock; sixth grade, Howard Shell, and 2nd place went to Martie Brown, Julia Julia Shell and Monica Hernandez. SACRED HEART HALLOWEEN FAIR Scheduled for Thursday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. is a Halloween Fair at Sacred Heart school to which youngsters, parents and all who would like to watch the merry makers are invited. Games, a spook house, apple dunking, costume prizes, and other entertainment features are planned. Women. In addition to their daughter and son, the Hundleys have eight grandchildren. the an ^« R. be day one

Clipped from Redlands Daily Facts28 Oct 1963, MonPage 3

Redlands Daily Facts (Redlands, California)28 Oct 1963, MonPage 3
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