Goodman Family Reunion 1907

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Goodman Family Reunion 1907 - 8 THE DECATUR DAILY HERALD A RECENT HAPPY...
8 THE DECATUR DAILY HERALD A RECENT HAPPY FAMILY REUNION Neely Miss J, 'Above are the four generations represented at the Goodman family reunion re cently, uney are AInrrt Goodman, Will Goodman, San Antonio, Tex.; Mrs. Herman Besalski and little Albei t Besalski. The home of Mr. .and Mrs. Albert Goodman, 1157 North Calhoun street, was the scene of a happy family reunion on Sunday, July 28. Because of the great distance Intervening between homes of different members of the family It has been Impossible for them to meet often. The last reunion was held during the World's Fair In 1904 at the home of Mr. Goodman in Decatur. There were twenty-eight members of the family, representing four generations, present this year. Albert Goodman, the oldest member of the family, is sixty-nine years old, and the youngest member is Albert Besalski, fourteen months old, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Besalski of this city. Albert Goodman is also one of the oldest residents in Decatur, having lived here for over fifty years. He has been connected with the Mills Lumber company since 1872 and is at present general manager of f iat concern. The members of the family In attendance at the reunion-were: Mr. and Mrs1. Albert Goodman, of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Besalski; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morenz and daughters, Leona and Lillian Morenz; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goodman and son, Ralph, of Terre Haute; Mr. and- Mrs. John Goodman and adopted daughter, Alto, of Decatur; Miss Mary Goodman of Decatur and Miss Mary Goodman of Morrison ville; Mr. and Mrs. Will Ojodman '.t Sun Antonio, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. George Goodman and -aon, Albert 'f.iodnlan, Jr., of Morrisonvillle; Ernest Goodman of Terre Haute; Mrs. Lou Goodman, of Decatur; Henry Goodman, Jr., of Terre Haute; Arthur Goolman, of Decatur, and Mrs. Eliza Buckley of Boston, Mass., and Albert Besalski of Decatur. OREANA. Oreana, 111., Aug. 14. Mrs.. Lucy Ayres of Decatur visited tnis week with relatives near here. Mrs. W. H. Morrison and son, Russell, of Peotone, visited over Sunday here. The bakery sale given by the ladies of the Baptist church' Saturday afternoon at J. Oldweiler Co.'s store was largey attended. The net proceeds were about ?2D. J. P. Dilling was a Monticello visitor Monday. Mrs. Hanna McKinley and children left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Missouri. Misses EtheJ, and Ruth Mayall left Friday for melr home at Edmond, Okla., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee" at our store. Ifrc-al coffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever Coffee imitation. Dr. Shoop has closely matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real Coffee In it. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made in a minute.- No tedious wait. You will surely like it. Sold by T T Springer. GEO. M. WOOD DEALER IN FIREPROOF

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  1. The Decatur Herald,
  2. 15 Aug 1907, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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