92nd Kalloch Reunion Minutes - 1959
Pages 98-100 in the minutes book

(Transcribed from the original handwritten copy.)

August 26, 1959

The 88 9th [92nd*]  Annual reunion of the Kalloch family was held at the Grange Hall in St. George.

Following a bounteous dinner at which there were 31 people, the business meeting was opened by Prof. Edwin Rollins.

The Secretary's & Treasurer's report read and accepted.

The following nominating committee was appointed, R. W. Carey, Rev. Maurice Dunbar, Mrs. Emma Kalloch.  After a short deliberations, it was recommended the same board of officers serve for another year.

Pres. -

Arthur Kalloch

Vice. Pres. -

Mabel Rollins, R. W. Carey


Leola Robinson, Kurt Hoffses,


Virgil Hills

Sec. & Treas. -

Edith Harris

Historian -

Marguerite Gould

Committee on Entertainment -

Mabel K. Rollins


Helen Harris


Lucy Hoffses

Committee on Location -

Arthur Kalloch


Virgil Hills


Prof. E. B. Rollins

The following program was presented -

A reading "The Schoolmasters Desk" a poem by Will Carlton, by Prof. E. B. Rollins.

Early history of Kalloch's by historian Marguerite Gould.  Her brother Charles Gould also gave a short talk on his work as radar and radio operator for the American Pres. Lines, which goes around the world three times a year.

Jokes were read by Mrs. Emma Kalloch, R. W. Carey, Warren Hills, and Kurt Hoffses.

Hazel Hills gave a talk, and showed some beautiful Achimenes.

Virgil Hills also gave a talk on Telephones using the Dial System as his topic, he told us by 1965 we would be able to dial direct from Rockland to California.

Helen Harris told of her hobby of salt and peppers, also her new hobby of handkerchiefs.

Kurt Hoffses had a Scout exhibit.

Samuel Kalloch, 3rd of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. he being the grandson of Samuel Kalloch of Warren, and wife told of their family, 3 sons.  This being their first attendance at the reunion.  He also took movies of the group entering the Grange Hall.

There was no formal closing following the taking of the movies.

The following birth was reported: Ted Reilly - son of Donald Reilly.

Deaths reported were - Mary Kalloch Post, Gertrude Gay, Flora A. Folsom, Dr. Louis Kalloch of Prov., R.I., Mrs. Lucy Sillery, Wilford Robinson.

(Treasurer's report followed, and was not included here.)

Edith M. Harris, Sec.

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