1959 Hutson reunion
Knoxville KNOXVILLE — Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Mannhardt and family on Grove street were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thrall and daughters, Kathy and Susie, who are vacationing from Switzerland; Cliff Griridle of London, England, and Bernard Smith of DeLong, Thrall and Grindle are with the export department of Libby, McNeil and Libby. At Hatson Reunion Seventy-eight relatives and i Set Funeral For Oneida • V Musician ONEIDA — Funeral services for Reid Carson, 76, of Oneida, who died Tuesday, will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m."in the Oneida Presbyterian Church. Friends -may call Thursday evening at the Hendricks Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Oneida Cemetery. The casket will be open at the church Friday from 12:30 p.m. until Visitors Attend Events friends met at the Docey Doe Club for the annual Hutson reunion Sunday with a potluck dinner served at noon. It was noted that on July 27 it was the 130th anniversary of the landing of the Mutsons in New York. The afternoon was spent visit ing find discussing the family history and family tree. Oldest member present was Mr*. Eva Smith ot Knoxville, 91 years of age, and youngest was Myron Higgins of Galesburg, eight months old. From England Those from a /distance were Herbert Hudson of Hibalston, Eng land, who brought pictures of the old homestead which is 200 yean old; also, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffith, Alhambra, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bellamy and son, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Mark Hutson. Mrs. Beulah May nard, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutson III, Shirley and William IV and Miss Vera Hutson, o£ Woodstock, and Merlin Lee Hutson of Rockford. Honor Visitors Monday evening 30 relatives gathered at Newman Community Center for a potluck supper honoring Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffith. Alhambra, Calif., and Herbert Hudson Hibalstow, England.