Dougherty reunion in Huntington.
SOCIAL EVENTS Dougherty Reunion. The second annual reunion of the pougherty family was held Sunday, at the McCIenahan home in Huntington. The guests were the direct descendants of ChriBtopher and Jane Dougherty, who came to America in 1836. Sixty - seven were present. Seventeen were absent, among whom were Thomas Crowe of. Fort Wayne, who, is with Battery D at Camp Mills, N. Y., and Ermond Walker of Bluffton, who is in the aviation school at Philadelphia. Another soldier boy, Thomas McClenaJian. leaves this month for army sWceT' ' ' 'F. 0. Dougherty, the president and oldest Dougherty present, is a clTil war veteran and served four years. In an eloping contest, Irene Kelly and Gus Pluramer won first prize, and Gertrude Doughertys and Charles Crowe won sedond. Clarence Dougherty and Thomas McCIenahan won in the , young men's three - legged race. Dick Garty and Lyle Dougherty won in the children's three - legged race. Music was furnished by John Crowe and Lee O'Brien and was enjoyed by - all, Officers elected for the year were: president, F. O. Dougherty, Bluffton; vice - president, T. W.' Dougherty, Fort Wayne; secretary, Mrs. Bertha Dougherty, Fort Wayne; treasurer, Mary Jane Dougherty, Huntington, and the commItteeon entertainment Mrs. Elizabeth Garty, Fort Wayne; Mrs. Anna Kelly, ' Tocsin, Elinor Dougherty, Huntington.