at Baraboo, were unable to be present at the happy reunion on account of their duties. The two sons and three daughters, together with thirteen gand children and seven great-grandchildren were present at the elaborate dinner and supper served by Mrs. Sayles. Mr. Sayles is the grand-parent of thirty grand-children and twenty great-grandchildren. It was an occasion never to be forgotten by the memmbers of the family; and one enjoyed by all, especially Mr. Sayles, who is enjoying good health, although unable to walk on account of an attack of rheumatism.
The relatives present to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Sayles were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Netherwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Gillett and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chandler and family of Oregon, Wis.; Oscar B. Sayles of Spring Green; Dr. and Mrs. L.B. Sayles and daughter of Baraboo; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heisel and family of Rockton, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Sayles and family of Black Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Niles of Redfield,South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Elizer Sheldon of Clear Water, Minn.; Mrs. Dr. Keenan of Edgerton,Wis.; Mrs. Addie Marvin, of Nekoosa; Mrs. Louise Wadsworth, Harry Wadsworth, Mrs. Maggie Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Netherwood and daughter of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Winter and son, Arthur Devereux and little son, and Josiah Blake and daughter, Hattie, of this city.
Janesville Daily Gazette--Sat., Jan. 27, 1906.