Reunion Held By Family Of Mrs. Bessie Wil-fong Fifty-three relatives and friends of Mrs. Bessie Wilfong held a reunion at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'Mrs. Earl Wilfong, with their sons Terry and Kenney, Kenney, and daughter Pam, of Logansport Logansport present: Those attending, were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilfong of Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Irene) Smith of Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Myrtle) Brown of Logansport and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nichols' and sons, Keith and Christopher of Mun- tie, son William Nichols of Fullerton, 'California, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wilfong and sons, Gordon and Warren of Dayton, Ohio, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sudduth and children, Todd and Amy of Kettering, Ohio. L li.CVVC4 AUfij V/UL1U. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilfong, Royal Oak, Michigan, Mrs. Jes- . •" .. ' . *•" * .. * sie'(Wilfong) Thompson of Bluf- fton/and children, Asa Lea, Larry and Tina, also Eva Mae Thompson and friend, Ken Kain, and Mary Joan Thompson of Fort Wayne and friend Phyllis Phyllis Okuly, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ila iralUJ, -1W.A. <U1U AMJ.O. ^ljru& —- - (Bud) Wilfong and children, Don, Cathy and Katrina of Lo- gansport, Mr. andMrs/CarroU Wilfong and children, Corbin and Lorraine of Logansport, nephews; Mr. and Mrs. -William Hayes of Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hayes and son, Jeffery of Indianapolis, broth- er- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hayes of Fort. Wayne. Also present were Mr and Mrs Lloyd In- gram of Orleans, Indiana.