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Fletcher Reunion Held Al Reliance N> Hrpllhllr Now* .TM ,,~ RKUANCF; . pt Mary's nan in Reliance was the scene of HP nnnual rvrnl nil Siiud:iy. June 17, \vhrn in; rela'ivrs of .John and Alfred Fletcher, brothers who ranif lo America fnim tOnphnd. gathered for a reunion This affair started 21 vearn nso and has brrn lield in South Oako- la. Mlnnesnta and Iowa, and each year a IIP\V president, secretary, treasurer a.nd program leader fire elected. Mrs. Neva I'Metcher l-Jrirkson led the croup in Mimlm; and Mi". Laura Fletcher Tagtow wna in charge of the business inr.im. Gifts were presented to Mrs Louise Strand who came the hr- of Kennebec. I Those attending were from Re-: ance. Port Pierre, Chamberlain.] Burke, Konncbcc, Omball, Cottonwood, Presho, Gel-1 ysbin-R and Lower Bnilc, South Dakota Worthington, Windon, and ...... . .„ .. „ _. thost distance from WoodliulJ. 111. and Mrs. Carrie Ann Ebcrhard. n-1 of Alpena who was the oldest lady. Fred King, 89. of Lncns was the oldest Rptttlemeti. The yonnpest! baby was Rodney Bowar. 3 months Cllnton, Minn. Akron, Iowa; and IVoodhull. HI. Mrs. Gloria Togtow Bowar of Ccnnebec presided at the guest ook and a family tree was mnde! on a cardboard sever a 1 feet quare by Mrs. Charles Bowar and t was hung on the wall for dis- >lay.