Clippings

Viola Linebaugh Sharp often called The Pittsburg Headlight to submit little tidbits of news about her family. Here are some clippings that she saved:

Dinner
1926
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh, 1702 North Smelter Street, entertained with a dinner Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith and Mr. Perry Custin all of Lamar, Mo., Mrs. G.E. Dixon and daughter, Helen Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp and son, Richard Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lemaster and daughter, Lucille.

Celebrate Birthday
August 1941 (or earlier)
A surprise dinner was given Sunday in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Perry Linebaugh, by her daughters, Mrs. Neil Sharp and Mrs. C.L. Hammond. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. Linebaugh, 1702 North Smelter.

A number of lovely gifts were presented to the guest of honor by the guests. Dinner was served to: Mr. and Mrs. Linebaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Myers and family, Mrs. Rising, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp and family, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Hines and family of Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Hammond.

Visiting
Nov. 11, 1941
Mrs. Goldie Hammond, a former Pittsburg resident, has returned to her home in California after a 2-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh, R.R. 3, and her sister, Mrs. Neil Sharp, and family, 505 South Chestnut.
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Mrs. J.H. Brim of Mitchell, S.D., is spending the winter with her mother, Mrs. A.F. Rising, and her sister, Mrs. Perry Linebaugh, R.R. 3.

Celebrate 43rd Anniversary
Jan. 1, 1942
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh entertained with a New Year dinner celebrating their 43rd wedding anniversary. Guests were Mrs. J.H. Brim of Mitchell, S.D., Mrs. A.F. Rising, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp, Richard, Geraldine and Roland Sharp.

From California
July 26, 1946
Mrs. Goldie Hammond, a former Pittsburg resident, arrived Tuesday from California. While in Pittsburg Mrs. Hammond will visit her sister, Mrs. Neil Sharp, and family, 505 South Chestnut, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh.

TO ATTEND SIGNAL SCHOOL
Oct. 1, 1948
Private Roland E. Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp, 505 South Chestnut, was recently selected to attend the signal school at Fort Monmouth, N.J.

November 1948
Private Roland E. Sharp is spending a ten-day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp, 505 South Chestnut. Private Sharp has just completed a five month course at the army signal school at Fort Monmouth, N.J. On Nov. 22 he will report to Camp Kilmer, N.J., for overseas duty.

STATIONED IN GERMANY
December 1948
Private Roland Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp, 505 South Chestnut, is now stationed at Sekeenheim, Germany, with the 7774 signal battalion. Private Sharp enlisted on Feb. 9, 1948, and went overseas on Dec. 2.

Anniversary Dinner
February 1950
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp, 505 South Chestnut, entertained with a dinner Sunday in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary.

Guests were Joseph Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sharp.

Week-End Guests
July 4, 1960
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sharp and son, Timmy, of Winfield, Kans., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sharp of Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp also had as July 4 guests Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lemaster of Kansas City, Mrs. Gerry Fox, Donald, Eileen, John, Donna and Steven Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sharp and children, Karen and Viola, and Mrs. Perry Linebaugh of Pittsburg.

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