Clipped From Moberly Monitor-Index
125 J. by a BASKET DINNER OIl BIRTHDAY About 55 relatives and friends gathered yesterday at the home ot G. W. Creson, near Armstrong, for a basket dinner in celebration ol his seventy-third birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cocper Dennis and daughter, Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robertson and Jeff, of Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Creson and son. Forest T., of JBast St. Louis, 111., Mr. and Mrs. C. W Creson and daughter, Eva, ot Huntsville, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Creson of Moberly, Mr. Snd W. holiday and to ,, , Mrs. George Berkley nnd the the j Clede, the Rev. and Mrs. W. and tii-nÂ«w Â«T,H fnmilv Mrs. He Patterson, King, f Mooeriv. M.r. ana ana. Â«Â»Â«- ----VY..I-. Crfson ^d daughters.. I Christine and Lucille,-Mr. and Ben Magruder, Mr. and Mrs. Lum Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Brooks and son, ' Johnny Dale, Mr. Mrs. John Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Pitney and daughter, Mr. I -./!Â·_,, /-"~~ ~ TOniOrlmr n-nrl Â«nn O ^ti Pitney and family, Mrs. Henry Woods and daughter, Betty Jo, Mrs. J. H. Brooks of Moberly, Mr _ W. Morris and family, Mrs. Surah Jane Robb, Kenneth Goohe, lillson 0 Pitney, Leon Woods, Edith Mildred and Genelle Robb, George Ware, S. W. Pitney, and the of honor, G. W. Creson, and Creson.