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REUNIONS GIBBS FAMjXY RBTJWIOB. 1Mb Annual Masting Hal* si tylvs* Park an Chautauqua Law*. Tho eiahtaaath annual reunion of the Otbbs fully wss held Asnjust uin m uyivaa iwrk on um cnauwu. qua. Fllty.two member, were to at- enjuyed. Ttie usual business preceded tne pro. -am and etafihen Olbbe of Dunkirk Olbbs of North Clymsr, rk* president and kvs inn wiuoncton oc uunaira secretary and treasurer. * were present war*: Bteohen Olbbs, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bermett and children, Miss Marie Qibba Mr. and Mrs. Tho*. K. TrTII Mlsao* Edith and Horcnce Trill and Mr. and Mr*. R. V. AVIthlng-<on of Dunkirk, Mrs. L. Olbbs nnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs; H. Hinds and Mr.' an.1 Mrs. IT. H. Olbb* and children of Jamestown, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Olbbs and children of Mavvllle. Mr. andMrs. B. Miller of 8herman. Mr. B. I. Olbbs and daughters of Clytner, Mr. Mra. W. Freeman and dau'ghtei Slnclalrvlllc and Mrs. Isaac Olbbs ir.Is ; lottei . S;u-ato THE BEWJAntPf REUNION. /as Held at the Home ef Mr. and Mrs. A. J. . Barlow, Fradoni*. Kredonla. Auit. IS.— The reunion ot the benjamin ramfly was held at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barlow. West Main street, Fredonla. Aug. 10. Seventy-five relatives anil frlendR enjoyed the dinner served in spacious lent upon the lawn. Officers elected for ensuing year c: D. R rienininln of Crocton, presi dent: H. 1J.. Benjamin of l-'redonla.vlce [president; Jlrs. D. \Y. Pndden of La/.vote of thanks was atven Mr. and Mrs. 'Barlow for their charming hos-nltalltv. The meettnr was then ad journed to meet with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Benjamin of Kreilonla the second Thursday In August, 1912. WRIGHT FAMILY REUNION. 5ur Gathsred Flock Thin* Arms, Enfold, As in the Psacaful Days »f Old- . South aylon, Aug. 18.— The eleventh inual reunion of the Wright family as held Friday August 11. at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Milan J. Brown this place. jucsts began to arrive on the early trnlnr train and continued until after dinner. On account of the early momma rain several famines gave up coming. Each guest received a hearty 'elcome. At noon dinner was annouucecl.The lbles- which were loaded with good thlhgs w'era set In a building across the street. consisting of songs, recitation, and in- bles' In. behalf of those present. An address was also given oy Juuson ». Wright of Falconer. . Ho spoke of tho former popularity of visiting but there seems to be. nowadays a shortage of been organised those family reunions which bring all the family together and afford an opportunity ot seeing each other.- Mrs. Js'y Hoot nf Indianapolis, Ind., was present after lieing absent for some time on account of distance. She spoke interestingly of her grand mother wrigni. The follow-lna were elected officers: Milan J. Brown, president: Edmnnd Crowell. vice president; Mrs. Alice No- l.Ir,*. treuurer: Kred J.Osge.secretary; gram committee. . A bill of I..89 presented. Collection ls.59. read and also greetings from those unable to attend In the flesh but i Before departing ice cream and cake pleasant time with Mr.andMrs. Brown. A*ri*ln«- vote of thanks was f Mr. and Mrs. Brown for.lheir generous hospitality and an Invitation accepted to meet with Judson S.VA right and ItelatJves were present- from Huf- Dunklrk and Oowanda.

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  1. Dunkirk Evening Observer,
  2. 18 Aug 1911, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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