2nd annual Gunsauls reunion part l
- J. - of a is 1 , 000 - The second annual reunion orthe de scendants of Olive and Benjamin Gun - squals was held at the home of Emmett Gunsauls Keene. Chicken dinner was served and presided over by Mrs. .Fan' nie Buckland . Following dinner a business meeting was held, and opened by Mrs. Fannie Buckland. The secretary Celia Gun sauls reported all officers present. Five of the oldest relatives of the family were the honor guests, namely: Mrs. Fannie Gunsauls, Buckland, of Forest City; Mrs. Marinda Gunsauls, of Way - mart; Mrs, Sarah Gunsauls Walker, of Carbondale, Emmet Gunsauls, of Keene; Philo Gunsauls, of Scranton. It was voted to hold the reunion next year at the same place, the time being changed to the second Saturday in September. Officers were re - elected as follows: President, Jack, Rotherford, of Forest City; vice - president, Mrs. Earl Minor, of Jermyn; secretary, Mrs. O. P. Gunsauls of Carbondale; treasurer, Edward Minor, of Waymart. Prizes were awarded to the oldest and the youngest, Mrs. Fannie Buck - land receiving the former, being eighty - eight years of age and Orin Gunsauls the latter, being three weeks old. Six births were reported for the year, namely to Mr. and Mrs, Bob Wright, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Shook, a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Gallop, a , daughter; Mr. and Mrs. William Sweet, daughter; Mrs. and Mrs Russell Perry, son. One marriage was also reported: Russell Perry and Louise Rayly and one death, Mrs. Ida Bryden. Many games were played and prizes won. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell and children, Blanche Gunsauls, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Minor and children Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bunnell. Mrs. Roy Gunsauls and children, Mrs.