Schnell Family Holds Reunion The seventh annual reunion of the Philip Schnell family was held at the home of Philip Schnell, Jr., near Milan, Milan, on Sunday. Forty-nine members members and five visitors enjoyed the bountiful basket lunch* which was served at noon. String music and games and contests afforded enter- talnm6nt to the guest.s. Those present were: Mrs. Louise Schnell; Mrs. Cliarles Schnell; Mr. and Airs; Hem-y Behrens; Jlr. Henry Schnell; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Justi; , Mr. and Jlrs. August Schnell; iMr.i and Mrs. Lonls Schnell; Mr. George Schnell; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen Allen : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bonnigsoh and children Henry, Doris, Ruth and Irma; Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Justi and children Wesley, Erlln and Robert; Mr. and Mrs. Trvin Parker and children children George and Berneita; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gruhlke and daughter Marilyn Jean; Mr; and Mrs. Gordon Moyer and daughter Patricia Ann; Messrs. Walter, Russell, Earl, Ervin, Elmer, and Marvin Schnell; Miss Irene Schnell.-^Miss Marie Behrens; Mr. jJi^SeUneh; the visitors, Mrs. Ann 'SchnelL ftnd son Elmer of Sandusky; Sandusky; Miss Leona Leber; Sandusky; Sandusky; Messrs. Charles and Albert Schaefer of Milan, and the . hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schnell and sons Lloyd and Frank.