HELD AT M HOI Of ELMER The home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gruber, in North Annville township, was the scene of a happy family reunion reunion Monday, members of the family family from all parts of the county being present The day \vas enjoyably spent in various diversions, and a sumptuous sumptuous dinner was served. Mr, and Mrs. Augustus Kleinfelter, of Midway,' made tho trip in their new Chevro- lot car. Harry Doutrlch and Earl Gru.ber showed their skill as farmers by doing the evening's milking, and Lester Gruber, 18 months old, was awarded the prize for being the youngest cherry picker present. Young Grubor, notwithstanding his tender age, picked cherries from the tree and straightway proceeded to eat' the fruit, much to the delight of his elders. THE GUESTS. Numbered among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gruner, of Ann- vllle; Mrs. Kntherlne Hauer and daughter, Miss Edna Hauer; Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Gruber and children, Miles, May, Earl, Ira, Warren, Martha Martha and Lester, of 216 MIfflIn street, this city: Mr. and Mrs. William Carey and children, Miles, Russell, Rena and Dorothy, all of Philadelphia; Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gruber and son, George; Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Kleinfelter, of Midway; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doutrlch and daughter, of Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Artz, of Annville, and John Tobias, of Alger. Alger.