The Washington Times-Herald


October 3, 2013

Jones family holds reunion


A silent auction of many fine items again helped with expenses.

Those attending from Shoals were David and Dianne Butler, Betty Butler, Cassidy Dages, Linda Hawkins, Janice Johnson, Jim and Stephanie Jones, Barbara and Jerry Loomis.

Attending from Loogootee were Josephine Jones, Mike, Kristy, Christopher, Mikenna, and Isaiah Jones, and Mike and Trudy Sutton.

Attending from Washington was Carolyn Colbert.

Attending from French Lick and West Baden were Drusilla Chestnut, Betty Crays, Lloyd Jones, and Ron and Pat McDowell.

Attending from Mitchell were Marcia Young and Ruthie Wagoner.

Others attending from Indiana were Gary and Phyllis Wininger and Maryrose Risner of Crawfordsville; Ashley and Caleb Trueblood of Campbellsburg; Margie Eltzroth of Evansville; Joshua Wininger of Hardinsburg; Jackson Jones of Fortville; Margaret Pendley, Kevin Bailey, Mike, Gladys, and Austin Jones, Adam and Nikki Jones, Virginia Harper, Vonda Ford, Jodi Christian, Barbara Magendanz, Anthony, Sidra, and Ari Vargo, Randy and Terri Wrightsman, all of the Indianapolis/Greenwood area; Sherrie Jordan Troxell of Monrovia; Jack and Judi Callahan of Vevay; Diana and Joe Sparks, Dan and Bethany Busche, and Matthew Bruce, all of Warsaw; Jennifer and Brooke Baxter, Kern, Beverly, Dallas, and Jakob Hendrix, all of Lafayette.

Attending from Ohio were Ed Jones of Kettering, and Lester Jones of Columbus.

Attending from Illinois were Ernie Jones of Springfield, Derrell G. Jones of Washington, and Mel Jones of Collinsville.

Attending from Michigan were Harold and Carol Fromhart of Farmington Hills.

Attending from Nebraska were Rick and Sandy Gough of Omaha.

The 2014 reunion will tentatively be Aug. 09, 2014, at the Martin County Community Building, Loogootee.

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