Horace & Mary Alice Graham Burgon 50th Wdg. Ann. 1958
cuupon neatly on the ruled line. Mall coupon, or exact size hand- drawn facsimile, reproducing com- Golden Wedding Mr., Mrs. Horace W. Burgon • . . Phut open house fete. Mr. and'Mrs. Horace W. Bur- gbn will be honored at an open house Sunday to mark their 50th. wedding anniversary. The v w«.««. IT ^uva*Al^ *U1JIA V tA k?CL& T • X. 11C family will meet at the home of their son, Horace E. Burgon, t 2031 Kensington Ave., from 3 to 8 p.m. They were married April 13, U n bO S_ *i__ f^_i.t ir "_ i •*• TV^« 1908, in Temple. the Salt Lake LDS Mr.' Burgon taught school for 30 years in Butler, Midvale. He was principal of Union School and a.teacher in Sandy Junior High School. In 1949 they moved to Richmond, Calif., where they still reside. Both are church work active in LDS Mr. Burgon has been superintendent of Sunday School and Mrs. Burgon was president of Young Women's M u t u a 1 Improvement Assn. They were missionaries in California. They are the parents of five children, four of whom are liv- ing: Mrs. David (Azalia) Henderson, Mrs. Ray (Carol Emma) Brimhall. Horace E. and Dean Graham Burgon, Salt Lake City. They have 13 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.