The Washington Times-Herald


November 1, 2013

Street family meets for reunion

The descendants of Luther and Dorthy Street met Sept. 22 at the Washington Conservation Club with a pitch-in dinner.

Midge Helderman said grace. Names were drawn for door prizes. Each child under 12 received a gift bag.

The annual softball game was played and enjoyed by all ages.

Attending were Jackie Baker, Lela Dietz, Ed and Theresa Matthews, Bob and Lydia Purdue, Nick and Layla Wolfe, Shane, Katie, Hannah, Emily and Gracie Matthews, Vincent, Mickey, Vinny and Sarah Deitz, Deanna, Simon, Gabriel and Stella Deitz, Aaron Hudson, Mark, Jessica, Braleigh, Priesley and Jackson Armes, Amanda and Evie Purdue, all of Washington; Midge and Tom Helderman of Oaktown; Shannon and Logan Colby, Apryl, Landan, Addy and Bransan McDowell, Sabree, Hayden and Keanna Bowers, Heather, Harley and Keiara Bowers, Becky Killion, Mark and Angie McCandless, all of Petersburg; Ryan, Rachelle and Alyssa Breitwieser of Dubois; Sheena, Chad, Bailey, Ryker and Gage Schmitt of Velpen; David, Allison and Wyatt Matthews of Vincennes; Gail Matheis and Shirley Street of Haysville; Marlene and Jim Vesmarovich of Rockmart, Ga.; Danny, Rachel and Logan Monaghan, Jesse, Breelyn, Kurt and Kyle Sullivan, Jeremy, Lilly and Belle Mathias, Sharon Street, Kelly Quiggins, Chrystal, Trista and Wyatt Byers.

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