A pink and white luncheon was given Thursday by
Misses Ruby and Anna Spurlock in honor of Miss Dollie Brittain, a June
bride to be.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., May 2,
Mrs Eliza Deal was given a suprise party
Tuesday night in honor of her birthday.
Source: The St. Joseph
Observer, St. Joseph, Mo, May 2, 1915
Mrs. James Dixon
a surprise party Monday night in honor of her birthday.
Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo. October 2,1915
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A farewell surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Donaldson at their home near Easton Saturday night, at which about one
hundred couples were present. The Donaldsons are moving to a farm
Source: ST. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph MO, August 12,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Feltenstein will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary with a big dinner at the St. Francis, May
Source: St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., May 4,
The relatives and friends of Thomas L. Gaunt of
Dearborn to the number of sixty celebrated the seventy-eighth anniversary
of the birth of that splendid gentleman, with a picnic at Krug Park
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 3,
The descendants of Colby, Harden, Sam, Wilson and
William Gordon and Betty Marsh and Peggy Barker, will hold their annual
reunion and picnic in Myers Grove near South Park Sunday. The family
settled here in 1844 and has now grown to strong proportions.
The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO, Sept. 7m, 1918
Sixty friends of Mr. Frank Hall surprised him at his home, 801
South Nineteenth St., Tuesday night and enjoyed a social evening. It
was the young gentleman's birthday.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer,
St. Joseph, MO. October 16, 1915
Miss Bertha Hax
members of the German clubs last night. There was music and dancing
and feast, and a good time generally. The clubs always enjoy a huge
time when Miss Hax acts as hostess.
Source: The St. Joseph Weekly
Gazette, St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 2, 1879
woman and a former slave, is 118 years of age.
Source St. Joseph
Observer, St. Joseph, MO. September 25, 1915
Away Monday to Great Lakes Naval Training Station Feeling Happy
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chequers of 304 Alabama street, Saturday night
last, a reception was held in compliment to Frank Keene of 2008 James
street, who left Monday evening for Chicago, Illinois to enter the naval
service. Mr. Keene is well and favorable known in the south end and
has many friends who are sorry to see him depart but in view of the fact
that he is going to do his bit for Uncle Sam, they were willing to see him
depart and made his last hours here very happy. Games, music and
other amusements were indulged in and at the close of the reception a very
tast repast was served to the following guests: Gertie Dugger, Winnifred
and Lena Walsh, Helen Gardner, Doris Rupert, Atris West Stiffler, Francis
Berry, Vinis Cummings, Mary Labin, Gillis Pennington of Hopkins and Polly
Lyons of Fort Worth Texas, Messrs. Frank Keene, Billy Woods, James Boyle,
Roland Cummings, Ray Dennis, Francis O'Malley, Stephen Chequers, Mrs. and
Mrs. Ernest Remellus, the host and hostess, Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Chequers
and Miss Hilda Chequers.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph,
MO. August 24,1918
Mr.and Mrs Rufus L. McDonald
sixty-third anniversary of their marriage Thursday, and were the
recipients of the well wishes of their legions of friends.
St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., May 18, 1918
Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Painter, highly respected old folks of the
city celebrated their golden wedding yesterday.
Source: St. Joseph
Observer, St. Joseph, MO, July 3, 1915
Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Peterson gave a dinner for a party of twelve at the Lotus club opening
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., May
Mrs. O.J. McConnell was hostess at a Wednesday
tea in honor of her sister, Miss Cora Rockwood, a June bride to be and
Miss Grace Moore of Danville, Ill.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St.
Joseph, Mo. June 5, 1915
John Van Brunt
General Manager John H.
Van Brunt of the street railway system, as usual gave his boys and their
families the New Year feast and entertainment, which is looked forward to
by all of the employes each year. At the car barns yesterday from
11:30 in the forenoon to 1:30 the next morning the 600 employees and their
families were feasted to their hearts content, and in addition a musical
and vaudeville program was put on which lated throughout the entire time
of the feasting.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., Jan.
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