Crother's 25th Anniversary with Gertrude & Myrle Holabird - Ukiah Daily Journal 5 August 1954
Illits Couple Monored On Silver Wedding WiLLItS - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cfothers were su ^Jrlsed with a jftUgc party picnic at the HeSrst ichipol grounds Sunday afternoon in Lhofipr of their 25th wedding annl- .yeraary, by relatives and "friends. •^e beautiful big wedding cake, decorated in white and silver, was the center piece for the picnic ta- •i>lc. Baseball and horseshoes were played during the afternoon for entertainment. Family mcmiwrs presented the ^honored couple with a set of '12- jplace settings of sliver in Evening 'star pattern. They also received .other lovely gifts In silver. ' Fpur of their five sons were present: Harold Crothers Jr. from £den Valley, Robert, Jimmy and. .Gary who live at home wlthi their parents. Donald, who Is. In the Army In Geijmany, was unable to attend. Guests at.the affair included Mrs. Laura Page, Mrs. Crothers' mother. In whose,, home the couple • were married 25'years ago. Sister and brothers of Mrs. Crothers and their tamlUis from Wllllts were Louis Page, .Mr. and Mrs. Darrold Page and son, Mrs. Laura Ford and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Poge and children. Other relatives and friends were Mrs. Marion Smith and sons of Palo Alto, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kruplcka and two daughters from Ukiah, (Mr. and Mrs. Kruplcka were celebrating their 12th wedding anniversary,) Peter Tipper of Phoenix, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Farley and family of Ukiah, Helen Page and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barlet and daughter, Mrs. Mary Parham, Mr. and Mrs. Burt- Is Martindalo and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stnpp and daughters, Gertrude and Merle Holabird and Linda Johnson of Ulcuih and Mr. and Mrs. Tod Moore and family of Richmond.