Eureka Humboldt Standard February 2, 1961 Page 11, Cols. 6 and 7
25th Anniversary For Halsteads On Feb. 5 The 25th wedding of Mr. and Mrs, lla'fold Halsload will be celebrated at an Informal reception nt the Home of their son and daugther-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Ayers, 805 Porter street on Sunday, February 5, from 3 to ). m. All relatives tuxl friends are invited invited to attend ami no formal In- vltallons are being issued. Assisting also as host and host- Camellia Chapter Of Eastern Star Holds Initiation Candidates wore Initialed and welcomed Into membership In the Camellia Chapler 63, Order of the Eastern Star, at the group's recent recent meeting In tho Masonic Temple. / Mrs. nay Haugor, worthy matron, esses will be two other sons Â«Â«1 dauglitors'Iri-law, Mr. and MrÂ«. H. J. Ayers of Bcavcrton, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. John Ayors West Lake, s'ul Francisco.. The Hnlsleads have 19 grandchildren. grandchildren. Halslcad has brothers and sisters living In Iho Los Angeles area and also in Florida, Mrs. Ilnlslcad has rolnllvci rcsld ing in tho stale of \Ynshington, The Ilnlslcad were married February 8, 1938 in St. Bernard's rectory with Msgr. Pal rick officiating. Tliey were attended Mrs. Elsio Quinii of Eureka and Ihe lale Fred Qiilnn. The Hal- ulcods have spenl all of their married life In Iho Eureka nrea. Halslead Is employed as a carpenter. Ho is a member of ihc Eagles lodge. Mis! Jialslend Is member of Ihe Eagles Auxiliary, tho Catholic Daughters of and Hie Legion of Mary.