Reunions in 1911.

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Reunions in 1911. - FniLYJEUNIONS PUSS FAJOLT llDinOrT Fiftaanth...
FniLYJEUNIONS PUSS FAJOLT llDinOrT Fiftaanth Annual Mastlna Held atHoma •f Owre. W. Press In Wast Parrysburu. West Perryshurg, Aug. «.— The fifteenth aumml reunion of the Press ranilly was held at the home ot Cieo. \V. l'ress at Waat J'envsburg July 21. A delleloiis dinner was aeived and n literary and muslesl pingniiii given. Letters of raeret were rend from many be present. for the ensuing" )ear: rresWent. Mrs. Martha ^l>avls; vice president, John historian, Mrs. Venice Pratt: reporter, rs. Lucy rhamplin A rising vote ot thanks was given r. and Mrs Press for their e"nerotifl hospitality and an Invitation accepted to meet with Mrs. Huttle Dennett next year. THX CARD FAMILY REUNION 77 Attandad First Annus! Gathering Hald at Sylvan Park. The first annual reunion uf the Saturday. July 29, with an HlKndur.i-o of 77. Tho dny was siamt socially and following officers were elected for the comlnr vertr: President. Ocorae fl. Card, vice president. John O. Card: secretary. Ejrl J. Card; treasurer. Ruth Card. The program was cut short on ac- the afternoon, but remarks were made by H. C. Card of Fiedonla and Jester thin, bv Mildred Chile" Vnd "label Card. of the Van Vlack family will be held at the rcsldenre of K. A. Needham, Brant. N. T., Saturday. Aug. 12th. All members of the family uro cordially In vited to attend. K. A. N., Pres. THI BLODOETT FAMILY REUNION ON AUGUST 9TH that the annual reunion of the Hlodrett family will be held at the realdcncs of Albert Fuller US iWest Main street, Kredonla, on August a cordially Invited. Sth All relatlVf THIE8BOLLIN0 REUNION. Kredonla, August 2. — The thirteenth annual reunion of thr Thles and Dolling families will be held onThurs-dtiy, August 17, 1911 at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thles, ivvo miles east ot Loonn. INGHAM FAMILY REUNION. Ingham family reunion win ue nciu All relatives are cordially invited. THE RUGQ REUNION. West Perrysburg, Aug. 3.— The fit home of Abralmn Snlgbury, of Otto,

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  1. Dunkirk Evening Observer,
  2. 04 Aug 1911, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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