Bio: Miller family reunion (1912)
Surnames: Miller, Alexander, Smith, Honeywell, Bush, Ranthum, Gilkey, Langhorne
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 28 Mar 1912
Miller family reunion (22 FEB 1912)
The following is a clipping from the Tacoma Wash. Daily News of Feb. 23, 1912 about former Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) people:
"Seldom in the west, with its shifting population, do 40 relatives gather at one table. Yet such was the case last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn H. Miller, North 37th and Stevens Street, when family connections traveled from all parts of the state to reunite. So successful was the reunion that it was decided to make it an annual affair.
The families present were Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Miller, Tacoma, parents of the host, and their daughters, Miss Bride Miller of Seattle and Mrs. J.F. Alexander of Seattle, with her husband, Dr. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Miller and daughter Jean of Ashford; Messrs. Harold and Jerold Smith and Miss Elodie Smith, Wenatchee; Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Miller and son Seton of Everett; Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and two sons, Marshall and Robert of South Prairie; Miss Eva Miller, Chester Miller, Skokomish; Wm. Miller, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Smith Honeywell and son Sewlitt of Centralia; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Honeywell, Centralia; Chas. Honeywell, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gilkey, Centralia; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bush and Miss Lucile Ranthum, Chehalls; Will and Lynn Smith, Wenatchee; Valen Honeywell, Chehalls; Judge W.W. Langhorne, father of the hostess, from Chehalls, and her brother, Maurice A. Langhorne, prominent Tacoma attorney; and the host and hostess and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Miller and Misses Emma and Elizabeth.
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