Clipped From The Sandusky Register
the^^^ At Milan For Smith Family at Sunday, June 24, saw the Smith clan gather at the home of Fred Smith, Jr., rural Milan for the first reunion in twelve years. A picnic dinner outside was shortlived as the rains forced j J( the reunion into the residence I for its business meet''"'.. Elected! to serve as officers were Smith, Jr., president, Earl Smith.: vice-president, and Mrs. Erica! Smith Pringle, secretary-treasurer. secretary-treasurer. Attending the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Sr., Huron, Huron, Fred Smith, Sr., Milan, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Sr., Huron, Huron, N. W. Croker, Sandusky, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Smith and family, family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knittle and family, Earl Smith, Mrs. Glen Steinmetz and Richard Olmstead, and Frank Smith, Jr., of Huron. Mr. and Mrs. and family, Nor. Smith, Sandusky, Fred Smith, Jr., Rudy Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. , and family all Lowell Knittle alk, Alforcl E. Mr. and Mrs. and family, Mr. and Mrs. be Ralph Pringle and family of Milan. Unable to attend the event were Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Smith, Mrs. Alford Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Boos and family of Sandusky; Mr. ami Mrs. Clyde Mills and family of Norwa!! Mr.; and Mrs. John Boos and family, Earl Smith, Glen Steinmetz and James Steinmetz of Huron; Mrs Lewis Smith and Mrs. Alvia Cook and family, address unknown. unknown.