Struble Greenawalt Reunion 1916
BIG REUNION IS HELD IN GROVE NEAR HERMINIE TheStrublo and Greentiwalt jFumllluH Turn Out In JVorcu. THE OFFICERS ARE ELECTED Arch -Strnhlc of IVIIkht'lmrtr Xnjnccl rri"lilent iincl 3trs. .1. ll-rnns Smllh ot \'oiin_Â»Twl In Secretary: Those Who Attended; Other Xcws Jiotcs. - - boon ttstlng-thl4 'I. The d.iy was Ideal j relalUo'* enjoyed thu .i.- ,-..*_ ,!,,,,. hns boon SpoclJil to *rhÂ« Caurlef, YOUNO'.VOOD. July 1-.--TIU. annual annual reunion Of tliu Strublc-Greena- wnlt clntv met at Wlncland grove, Hermlnle. July 4 and over 10I) outing. During the forenoon greetings Â·were exchanged ami at noon a sttmp- liioim dlnuor was soned. Immediately Immediately following the dinner Mre. John Struble of Wilklunburg sang. Following Following this a buslnein mooting was held at which tho following oftlcorH w c elected: President. Arch Struble, "VVllltlnsburg; vlco president. Charles 1. Simula. Pltlflbiirg, and secrctaiy and treasurer. Mrs. J. Kvnns Smith. Youngwood. CtlcÂ«ts were enlerlnlncd during the afternoon by games nnd races and teats of Jumping. Cyrus Kennell of ConnellsUltc won the llrst race. Florence Hlghbcrgcr of Madison won .the ogg race, and Howard Jamison ot Wllklnsburg bing able tÂ» whlEtto first aficr the cracker feed. Out of slate guests were lioy Wlnc- land of Washington. D. C., and Margaret Margaret Wlnclanri of Salem. Ohio. Among those present were- Mr. and Mrs. Lomlson Slruble. Daniel Strublo,| Mrs. Mnltnda Husband. Mr. and 0 Elmer Strubtc a'ld sons. Karl and i r . Deaa. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Struble and dauehlM 1 . Alpha, Mr. and Mr c- . spent Charles I. Struble. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Struble. Mr. nnd Mrs. John li. a u| Struble and chlldten, Ixircno and lea, and Ororc Struble, VUila Strublc. lra- William StruM". Arch n'Â«l Howa.'d Struble, M. Slrutile. Cora nnd Ida Gtruble. Mr nnd Mrs. Guy Buck-Io and daughter, t.onn. Mrj. Andrew Hlghberger and chlldicn. Kclni.i. I'lor- eace and Ruth. Paul and C l u h borger, Mrs. A r t h u r Wlnoland daughter. Helen. M. Strublo. Mis. LydA Swinger. Mro. Nanc) l.iikln. M.'. -and Mrs. H. K. Bnlr and son, Jonn, .-.hd Mrs. Henry Creenawalt. Mr. Mrs. C. K. Uetgw. Mr. nnd Mil,. Lcnhart. Mbs Margaret Wlncland, Joseph Winelnnd. Mrs. SuÂ«ati Smith. Mr. and Mrrf. O. W. Ijikln and so.i. Mr. and Mrs An'ho ly Klntlgh and son. William. Mrs. William Wlncland. Mr. .ind Mi-. C'luirles Paul. Roj lanrt. Mr. and Mrs. J. KMrtis Smith and uhitdre'i. Krain r"i and K e n n Paul. Ada and l^a Splilcll, I.ouKu Reifthlck. Mr. ami MrÂ». A. t. McCuno. Â·MarUta McCimc. R.imonil .McCtm- j Mary Heath, tllhcl Snchtur. James i Johndon, Heriann Coltmnn. W i l l Srlttncr, MIT,, f u r r l c Grahiim. J. 13. Pore, Mary Scnlff. Vlrclnla Mo- Cune. Kmoia Shoaf. K n t h o i hUo. Cyrus Kenueil, ,1. t.. Hair, S. Farmer, Mrs. Ell/ubcth Wlneland. Mr. and Mrs U. A. Albright, Mr. a.i.l Mrs. P. S. Peters. MHÂ» Stbbie Mrs W. F. Ktmnell. Mr. and ,Mri.' Prtcp and small granddaughter, Al berta Loucks, Margaret Laklns" Howard Jamison. ' I public Is cordially Mr. and Mrs. Samuel JCdgo and Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Dackcs tpoul several days in Johnstown and Altoon Altoon a. Miss Ruth Shannon hiM returned from visiting her slaters and miother-i at Greonvtllo Reformed Church orphanage. orphanage. Ltfllio Kelley will leavo for Mount Clemens. Mich., In tho hope of. regaining regaining his health. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Kino and children spent Tuesday wish frloudj at Grewnslmrg. Robert Smith, an need resident, been 111 d u r i n g tho past Mr. and MrÂ». 0. C'. Hnrold n.id children motored to Moun*. Pleasant on Frldo ydvening. Hrry Perdow and Mlns Pearl LogTo of Falrhopo cpcnt Trlriay vrl'U friends hero. Miss Lydln Smith of Morgantown, V/, Va.. epent sovoral doys of last week ivlth hor parents here, Mr. nod Mrs. Jacob Baughmau Tuesday at Aror.a. \ John Strublo of St. Louis, Mo., Is Â·Â·(olUng relatives In thla county. JosÂ«o Husband of Htttlsdatc Is seriously seriously lit nt his homc. Mrs. S. C. Hurst has been on sick list the post two weeks. Miss Sullivan of Manor Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. C. Hat-old. Mrs. A. L. Ulehoy spent novoral days of last week with hor mother r*niuvlllÂ«. Misses Mabel and R u t h of Dorry aro vlntting at tho homo W. S. Pyle. Mlns May Long spent over with hor parents nt Brtnkcrton. Mra. L. W. Long and Mrs. Hodgo were chopping In Qrcensburg Saturday. Mrs. Emma Harold Is slowly convalescing from B set-lout; Illness. Mr. and Mrtt. John K. Strublu -- dilldiea. Lorono and Allen, and .Kennell of Conucllnvllle motored to Iternilnle July 'I nnd attended the Smtbto-Greeftawalt reunion.