"Observed Birthday Anniversary," Moberly (Missouri) Evening Democrat, 27 April 1920, p. 1, col. 1.
Observed Hirilwlny Anniversary. •The fifty-fifth birthday anniversary anniversary of B. M. Avery, living four miles east of Higbee, was fittingly celebrated celebrated Sunday, His eight children and their families and other relatives were present. A big noonday dinner was enjoyed and Mr. Avery was pre- with a percolator and a genu- ine seal 8ki " bln ' This family gathering is an annual event. Those present Sunday were: Mrs. Frances Shockley and two chil- ' - entire i tlren - Mr. and Mrs. Ben three children, Moberly; Mr. and Mrs - John Ha S ar - Renick: Opal Av- : ery. Moberly; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Avery. Howard Co.; Raymond and Benl °n Avery, who still reside at. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Avery and children, Mr. and Mrs. Romie Avery and three children, Mr. and three chfl- [Mrs. Isaac Griggs and clren, Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and two childern. Miss Annie Avery, Wil- He and Chester Avery, Mrs. Hagar and Norva Kerr. Fenton, Fayette. Moberly; Henry