Stuble-James Reunion 1926
tames Eeiuiion. Tttie sbcCh. annual reunion oi the Strufb}e and James CaralHes. bld Monday at the home ot Mr. 'and Mrs. Haery..'3 ! , Bair at Adaraaburg iwas oÂ£ thÂ« la.rÂ«est Â»nd most enjoyai! ever lield. Between 200 and 300 persons from Washington, ConnellsrlUe, Homestead, "Wltkins.burg, Turtle Creek. Greensburg, Mount Pleasant, Scoctdale, Derry. Ly-cippus, Altoona, Wilme!rdin}r, Jsannette aitd U*nion- town "were in attendance. Dinner, con slating ot many good things wa! sewed in the orchard. Tha athdetic program was as follows 1 : "Women's ball tlhrowittg contest, Mrs. Bennie Strtibls ot Jeannette; 100-yard daeh, Josephine Strutole ot Leokrone; 100- yard dash for mon. John Stm'Me ot Lycippus; ban throwing contest for men. Louts Strublo of Lyclwrna; 100- yard dash for :boys. Samuel Simmons of Trafford City; 100-yard dash for women, Miss SavlUa Slroble ot Con- nollsvllle; relay race tor men, Earle Ixigan. and George Geiger, the last named of Irwin; fat womante race Mrs. J. W. Struble ot Collier; three- lagged race for boys, Robert Struible of Lyclppus and Addison StruWe of Conuellsville; shoe raw for women Alice Stoner; sack race for girls, Anna Struible of ConnsllsviUe; sack race tor boys, Athey Struble ot Leckrone; clothespin race, Elva Struble of Weltytown: race for children six years of age. .Toe Struble of Weiltytown; race for small girls, Henrietta. Olcen of 1/ycippus; three- legged race for women, Mrs. Loreen Struble McCormicfc of Uniontown and Mrs. George Struble of Lcmont. The biscÂ«ball gn-mes "between the mnrrlec and sin^l^ men resulted in a score K-2, in favur o-' the former. Officers for the e n s u i n g year were follows: President, J. B. Stru'ble ot Conncllsvllle; vice-ipresldent, H. .1. Baer oÂ£ Adamburg; secretary, C. McCOrmick of TJniontown; and treasurer, treasurer, Amsi Strttble oÂ£ Lycippus. Amons Amons the guests were "Aunt Hannah" Struble. who Is 86 years and has attended every reunion, and Abvu Struble, 7J years old, of Weltytown. Weltytown.