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Skagit County Washington
Genealogy and History

Birthday, Anniversary and
Reunion Party

ANACORTES, Jan. 5.-One of the largest family reunions took place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H.. Maloy on the LaConner flats on Christmas day, when their children and their father and mother and brother of Mrs. Maloy met for the day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dwelley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Dwelley and their three children. Dorothy, Charles and William Joseph; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eaton, of Day View, and their three children. Dorothy, Buster and a baby girl; Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Maloy and their children, George, Joseph, Clinton, Henry, Edna, Lucille, Vesta, Marie, Margaret. Marlan, Jimmie, Bobby, Donald, Louise and Billy.
Joseph Maloy is stationed at Camp Lewis and expects to be assigned for duty at any time. Lucille, Clinton and Henry are employed in Seattle and George Maloy at LaConner. The older children clubbed together and gave their mother a nice set of silverware, consisting of a dozen knives, forks and spoons. The day was spent in music and visiting with those from away and a turkey dinner was served about 1:30. Four generations were represented in the grandmother, mother, daughter and little baby Eaton. There are three generations in the sons J. F. Dwelley, Charles Dwelley and Charles Muth Dwelley, Charles Dwelley being the only son of J. F. Dwelley.
[Saturday, January 5, 1918 , Bellingham Herald (Bellingham, WA); Pg: 2 - TI - Sub by FoFG]


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