Celebrity Clipping from Oxnard Press Courier, Wed, Nov 23, 1960.

Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, November 23, 1960

ts. !Mr. and Mrs. Richard GerrySanta Rosa Valley Von pie Celebrate Silver WeddingMr. arid Mrs. Rsehord Gerry of Santa Rosa Valley were honored Sunday. Nov. 20. at a reception in their home celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary.WMr. and Mrs Gerry were married Nov. 16. 1935, in the First Baptist Church of Fullerton. Calif., by the Rev. F. EHawes.Hosts for the reception were Mrs, Gerry's sister. Mrs. Max-son Soss, of Fullerton, and the Gerrys’ five children, Mrs. Stanley Fitzgerald of Camarillo; Elizabeth, June, Emory andKenneth Gerry.Table decorations were whitecandles with pink net and rib-on.On top of the two tier pink and white wedding cake was the bride and bridegroom figurine from the couple's wedding cake 25 years ago. Flowers w-ere pink and white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Gerry's corsage was a purple orchid.Mr. Gerry is a rancher in Santa Rosa Valley and is also the engineer for the Camarillo Water Work« District.Mrs. Maxson Soss cut the cake, and daughters Elizabeth Gerry served punch and June Gerry poured coffee.Over 100 guests were present Out of town guests were: Mrs.Zerelda Tate, mother of Mrs. (ierry; Mr. and Mrs. MaxsonSoss, and sons Wavnc and Brad;wand Mrs. Esther Hatfield, all of Fullerton; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harp of Hemit: Mrs Jack Little and daughters. Susan and Kim, o( Granada Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Handcock andson. Earl, and Mr. Harry Dane, of San Jacinto; Mr. and Mrs. Waite Garry and 'grand-daughter Sharal of Ojai; Mrs. Charles Peterson and Karen Taylor,w wof Moorpark. Mr. and Mrs.Maynard Scribner ot Burbank;Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brumfieldof Castro Valley: Mr and Mrs. Wesley Smith of Santa Paula.New MethodNEW YORK (UPD — A new method of tarnish-proofing sterling silver keeps the suv_. .r.e from tarnish indefinitely.During the tarnish-proofing, a layer of material is deposited on the silver. It will not peel and chip with age and it does not change the appearance ot the silver, said Walter Hov ’g, chairman of the firm that developed t ne process.