1940 Thompkins Reunion - The Coshocton Tribune, Tuesday, 25 June 1940, p. 5
visiting and a home Friday B. Main Tunnel Hill, Route 1. Miss Effie Lovett and Mart Billman, West Carlisle, called on Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pigman, CoOperdale, Sunday afternoon. Ruby Haines, Tunnel Hill, Route 1, has returned home after a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCoy, Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wright, Trinway Route 1, entertained at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bope, and son, David Allen, Mrs. Belle Simpson and Mrs. Jessie Nehr, Newark, and Helen Huff, Roscoe. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huff and daughter, Patricia Ann, and son, David, Roscoe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Devol! and James Robinson, Trinway, Route 1. Helen Huff, who spent two weeks in the Wright home, accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huff home. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Huff and David Endsley, Bladensburg, called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler, Cooperdale, Monday evening. Honoring her daughter, Virginia, on her tenth birthday anniversary, Mrs. Frank Haines, Tunnel Hill. Route 1, entertained with a party Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCoy and daughter, Ruth Ella, Luella Darr, Juanita Haines, Margene and Ruby Haines, James and Robert Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haines and Virginia Haines. The Watson reunion will be held Sunday at the Watson farm one-half mile west of West Bedford. The Thompkins family held its annual reunion at the fairgrounds Sunday. A covered dish dinner was served at noon, followed by a program and games. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton, Miss Lucy Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones and children, Joe and Eleanor, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mack- e'risen and daughters, Claire and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cappell and daughter. Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamilton and daughter. Beth, Miss Jeanne Reed, all of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd and son, Donis, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Noland and children, Dean, Delores, Bruce, Maggie, Betty and Wanda, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Slaughter and daughter. Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Balo, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Courtright and daughter, Betty. Jonnne and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. William Pennybacker. Conesvillc: Mrs. Darlene Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ginhrie. Mr. and Mr*. Russell Lee. Mr. and Mr=. Floyd D. Mclntosh, and sons, "Naturally and Jon, Mr, and Mrs. John and daughters, Martha and Juanita, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Shaffer, Mrs. Roy Thompkins and daughters, Dorothy and Lois, Mrs. Emmanuel Sheetz, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Srnailes and daughter, Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd and son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCullough, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Smailes and son, Tommy, Helen and Betty Mclnture and Emmaline Boyd, Coshocton. Members of the Park av. U. B. church Crusaders class will hold a barbecue this evening at Mohawk dam. Members are to meet at the church at 6:15. Mrs. Fred Ralph, North Eleventh st., was hostess to the June meeting o f ' the Berean class of Methodist church Monday evening, with Mrs. Fred Lease assistant hostess. After the business meeting a Bible study period was held, led by Mrs. Pauline Torjusen. The hostesses served refreshments to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Speaks, Rev. E. K. Barss, Mrs. Day Stanton, Mrs. Fred Ralph, Mrs. Carl Miller, Mrs. Loren Elliott, Mrs. Walter Lillibridge, Mrs. Minnie the served st., 0. P. Conclave Comes Yorkers needn't budije from home O. P. convention in Philadelphia. The is televising conclave highlights, for transmission over 108 miles Above, Marian E. Martin, assistant gives a television interview of Convention Hall. Here's how York.