Clipped From The Hutchinson News
in A Hornbaker Reunion Held AH Children, Many Grandchildren Attend Coming from five stales and to gether for the first time in 18 years, the nine sons and daughters of the F. D. Hornbaker pioneer family met in reunion yesterday at the V. W. Hornbaker home near Castleton. More than 80 persons, including half of the 55 F. D. Hornbaker great-grandchildren, attended the dinner, served at five tables. Second generation representatives of the pioneer family attending were Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hornbaker, Clifton, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hornbaker, Stafford; Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hornbaker, Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hornbaker, Castleton; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hornbaker, Artesia, N. M.; Mrs. Lulu B. Walden, Paoli, Okla.; Clyde O. Hornbaker, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rundell, Hutchinson, and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hornbaker, Hutchinson. Grandchildren, or members of the third generation, not all present at the reunion, are: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hornbaker. Btaf- ford; Mr. and Mr*. Ray Hornbaker. Stafford; Mary Knight, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hornbaker, Sylvia; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Basley, Zenith; Mrs. Ava Frltiemeler. Zenith: Mrs. Robert W. Hornbaker, Stafford: Mrs. Louise Ftndley, St. John; Miss Marjorie Hornbaker. Castleton; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hornbaker. Montezuma; Mrs. Lucll. Krehblel, Pretty Prairie; Mrs. Dawn Hornbaker, Artesia, N. M.; the Misses Vera, Wanda and Norma Walden, all of Paoll, Okla.; Miss Tabltha Rundell, Halstead, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blew, Copeland. The great grandchildren irroup was represented by; Berwyn Xntght, Indianapolis; yerl, Glenn. Rex, Ehleen, Carroll. Jay and Harold Hornbaker, Stafford; Melvln and Gloria L*« Frltzemeier. Zenith: Donald and Betty Hornbaker. Sylvia: Virginia and Betty Flndtay. St, John: Herachel and Jlmmie Hornbuker, Hutchinson: Dean and Carroll Hornbaker, Montezuma; Bernli:. and Eugene Blew, Copeland.