Story Reunion, Roy and Ada Story Jackson
FAMILY REUNION IS HELD SUNDAY * avarT t a v nTAnv ANNUA1 STO k Y nnnurtL jiuim The annual Storv reunion was held at Nichols Park Sunday August 7th A bountiful picnic dinner was served and the time was happily spent in a social way. Those in attendance were: Mr and Mrs Jesse Garner and son. Lawrence Durene; Mr. and Mr" Elmer Story; , Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Hull and children Arthur and Dorothy, Mr. and M Wm French, of Alton; Mr and Mrs T J Wilson: Charles Hicks, Mr and Mrs Leslie Seymour, Mr and Mr ; J. I W Adams. E. T Story; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Strawmatt and chidlren, Elnor Elnor and Robert Clinton: Mr. and Mrs Roy Jackson; Harvey Story; Mr and Mrs Ira Story and Keith Fuller; Mr and Mrs Homer Wilson; Dean Stcn- field of Palmyra; Mrs Eliza Clevenger Clevenger and son. Walter. Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs Gussie Henry; Mr. and Mrs L P Mills and children. Vera Paulino and Harry Lewis; Mr and Mrs Elmer Story; Charles H Story and son Harry Harry Garner; Mr and Mrs. Cliffon Story, daughter Barbara Jean; Mrs.' Sabra Roach and daughter. Lulu; Mr and Mrs. Clark Hills and children.! *ynf •.Mr and Mrs Edw C Story. Mr and Mrs. Reubin Ragan and daughter. Ollle; Mrs. Gus Seymour. The following officers were elected tor next year: President—C. H Storv Vice president—Mrs T. J Wilson Secretary—Mrs J. W Adams Treasurer—Mrs John Bocgess Program committee—Ira Storv and Mrs Ewen Hull. The youngest relative present at th* reunion was Laurence Durenp Garner <5 months.) and the oldest was C H Hicks. 81 years.