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1. Thanksgiving Party Turkey Winners Thanksgiving Party Turkey Winners November 23, 1954 John H. Barry holds as E. K. Dartenhower draws tickets for the winners of the live turkeys given away at the 1954 South Central Business Association Thanksgiving party.

2. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 23, 1954 Three members of the South Central Business Association holding a live turkey, awarded to one of them as a prize at the 1954 SCBA Thanksgiving party. The men are (from left to right) Dick Phelps (winner...

3. Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving Dinner November 23, 1954 Forty-five live turkeys were given away at the annual Thanksgiving Dinner. One of the winners was the Rt. Rev. Edward Randolph Welles, Bishop of the West Missouri Episcopal Church diocese. Bishop Welles...

4. South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party 1954 Attendees at the South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party at unidentified location.

5. Shriners Shriners ca. 1954 Group portrait of Ararat Shrine members aboard a Georgian Bay Line Great Lakes cruise ship. South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton stands fourth from right.

6. Sherlie Lou Steffens at Podium Sherlie Lou Steffens at Podium March 2, 1954 1954 Auto Show Queen, Sherlie Lou Steffens, at the podium during a South Central Business Association luncheon.

7. Sherlie Lou Steffens and Junius B. Cofer Sherlie Lou Steffens and Junius B. Cofer March 2, 1954 South Central Business Association President Junius B. Cofer pinning a corsage on the 1954 Auto Show Queen, Sherlie Lou Steffens.

8. N. Emerson Paton at Podium N. Emerson Paton at Podium November 23, 1954 South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton announcing the winners of live turkeys at the 1954 SCBA Thanksgiving party.

9. N. Emerson Paton and Others N. Emerson Paton and Others May 6, 1954 South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton (left, facing camera) seated at table with unidentified individuals. Photograph was taken at the Armour Fields Homes Association dinner on...

10. N. Emerson Paton and Junius B. Cofer N. Emerson Paton and Junius B. Cofer ca. 1954 South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton (left) receives the gift of a Coca-Cola music box from Junius B. Cofer (then president of the SCBA), a Coca-Cola Company executive.

11. N. Emerson Paton N. Emerson Paton August 3, 1954 South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton standing near what appears to be a voting booth at the home of Berl Berry.

12. Monte Montana Monte Montana 1954 Autographed portrait of Monte Montana performing rope trick over horse. Photo sponsored by Butternut Bread and a souvenir of the 1954 American Royal Livestock and Horse Show.

13. Men Shaking Hands Men Shaking Hands ca. 1954 Two men shaking hands near the South Central Business Association banner.

14. Men at Banquet Table Men at Banquet Table ca. 1954 Distant view of unidentified South Central Business Association members at a banquet table.

15. Members Voting for Board of Governors Members Voting for Board of Governors January 5, 1954 N. Emerson Paton (right) and two others casting their votes for the Board of Governors of the South Central Business Association.

16. Man Standing Near Banner Man Standing Near Banner ca. 1954 Unidentified guest of the South Central Business Association standing near banner.

17. L. P. Cookingham and Others L. P. Cookingham and Others January 5, 1954 L. P. Cookingham (seated third from right, next to woman) and others seated at a South Central Business Association luncheon. Cookingham spoke that day on the subject of ''What's in Store for 1954."

18. Kansas City Blues Queen in Parade Kansas City Blues Queen in Parade 1954 View of Kansas City Blues Queen in convertible leading parade honoring the baseball team.

19. Kansas City Blues Queen and Parade Kansas City Blues Queen and Parade 1954 Kansas City Blues Queen and unidentified men near cars lined up outside Municipal Stadium before parade honoring the baseball team.

20. Kansas City Blues Queen Kansas City Blues Queen 1954 Portrait of unidentified man and Kansas City Blues Queen, taken at a banquet honoring the Kansas City Blues baseball team.