The Redbird, Volume III, Number 24, February 24, 1937, Endicott, Nebraska.
FATHER-SON BANQUET WELL ATTENDED. Sponsored by the Ladies Aid of the M. E. Church, 103 men and boys gathered in the church basementMondayevening,Feb. 22, for the annual Father-son banquet.
Mr. Clary, grandfather of Jack DeBusk, was the oldest father present. Master Richard Walburn, son of Neal Walburn, was the youngest son. Incidentally Neal was the youngest father. Mr. Irvin Perkins was the oldest son present with his father Fred Perkins. Harry Bakewell and Dave Bennett each had three sons present.
Oscar Hamilton presided as Toastmaster. Jack DeBusk played a piano solo. Dick Walburn gave a dramatic reading.
Rev. Shupe of the First Presbyterian Church of Fairbury, was the principal speaker. He admonished the fathers to provide a community worthy of future generations by righteous living. He said, Give the boy a birthright of a wholesome community.