Kinser Reunion, 1967

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Kinser Reunion, 1967 - Tholen Family Names Officers Cole, Mr. ami Mrs...
Tholen Family Names Officers Cole, Mr. ami Mrs Gale and family. Palmyra. Cole | in charge of the business meeting with the 1%« reunion set on Aug. 11, at the Lions Park in White Hall. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. • \r Ron Kipling and sons. Mariet-; for Coming i ear ><» n . uwso » m «.C Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Cole and i * j , Farlev Cole. Virden; Mr. and Officers wero elected at theiMrs. Richard Vial and family. 30th annual Tholen family re- Blackstonc: Mr. and Mrs All™ union held at Nichols Park,|( Sundav, August 20. They are: Harold Tholen of Jacksonville Tim)„hv Cole Danvi||(.. president: Mrs. Mae Jibbenof d Mrs• Robert , K ■toatsburg. vice-president: Mrs. ,invi,h>. Karen piper Rood. Harold Tholen of Jacksonville,house. Lu(her Khw£ Roxana;; , Mrs. Ronald Hudson, Wrights; , c „ a Mr. and Mrs. Everett Griswold Miss Pauline Tholen of Barry,|and s(ms Kockbridgt,. Ml, and entertainment committee mem- Mrs Rober, r p£.e ,iloom be!'s- ... .. ington; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kin George Nolen offered prayer |ser Sr Mr M G • Kj before the meal. Mrs. Esther ,)r and famjlv Mrsf F, Morrison ol Arenzville gave a chapman. Ralph \\ Chapman, rcpoit on Jokiseh cemetery. \] r and Mrs. I Ann Kinser. Mr. Mrs. Marvin Tholen. enter- and Mrs Pawl Kinser. and son. tainment chairman presented Mr alld Mrs Millpl. and jgifts to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jib- |;lmilv, Mrs. Florence Price, ben ol (oatshurg. who came lie,,|„Ha^ Pri(.t, c;leenficld farthest .William Tholen of Win-, Mr and Mrs Kotx,,., Munl„, Chester, the oldest family mem-|broek alld familv Ml. am| Mrs her present and Mark l,mie. Iheipau| fierson. Mrs Kenneth Kin- secretary-treasurer ; ward Puls of New Mrs. Berlin youngest. Present were Lydia Tholen. George Tholen, Mr. and Mrs. Hat’oM Tholen ol Jacksonville; William Tholen, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tholen, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Werries of Winchester; Mr. and Mrs. Rav- ser and Martha. Carrollton: Mr. and Mrs Donald Dorks and family, Mr and Mrs. John Dorks and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brant and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Clevelie Otey. Mr and Mrs. L V Kinser, Mr and In l9Wi. Japan's aircraft output reached 1 i:i planes, including 50 helicopters and was valued at $147 million ¡mond Tholen of Pleasant Plains; Mrs. Claude Martin. Glenn Kin Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson ^ yj| of while Hall and Charles Anderson of Spring- _______ 'field; Mrs. Esther Morrison and Fred Tolen of Arenzville. Miss Cheryl L. Kumle of Granite City; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Puis and Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Reece Kern and David. Ronnv, and Julie of New Berlin Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jibben of Coats- 'burg. Misses Esther and Pauline Tholen of Barry, Mrs. S. B Kumle. Theodore Tholen. and Sally and Mark Lane of Jacksonville. Marvin Tholen presided over it he business meeting. Mrs. Reece Kern presented the sec- retary treasurer’s report The 1%K reunion will he held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. of Coatsburg on the ■enneui ALWAYS FIRST third Sunday in August, “ # R|fi<J*r KfMinifin I tv-llllllfll «fill r Held In Greene WHITE HALL — The annual Kinser reunion was held Sundav at Lions Park with 8H attend mg. Officers elected for the com- ing year were Lynn Kinser. Greenfield. president; Mrs | Ann Kinser. Carrollton, treas- urer; Carole Griswold, Rock- bridge, secretary, and Mrs. Floy Chapman of Greenfield, co-secretary Three births, three deaths and three marriages were reported, Guy Kinser of Greenfield was|

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 27 Aug 1967, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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