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  WHMC-Columbia--Stephens, Margaret Nelson (1862-1929), Papers, 1823-1927 (C 311)--INVENTORY
The diaries of Margaret Nelson Stephens, the wife of Missouri Governor Lon V. Stephens, 1897-1901, document her daily life from 1876 to 1927.
She chose as her husband Lon V. Stephens, a boy from another prominent local family, and they wed on 5 October 1880.
In her high position she has elevated the standards of society in the capital city, and placed higher ideals before the people, affording evidence that public life may be adorned with the same refinement and uplifting graces which beautify the home.
www.umsystem.edu /whmc/invent/0311.html   (860 words)

  
 Roslyn Heights
When Wilbur T. and Rhoda Stephens Johnson built their elegant residence at 821 Main Street in 1895, it was at the southern edge of a group of homes that abutted the business district.
Johnson's brother, Lon Vest Stephens, also a Boonville native, served as Governor of Missouri 1897-1901, after serving as State treasurer since 1890, when he filled an unexpired term.
Newspapers of the period indicate that the sumptuous entertaining that became a hallmark of the Stephens gubernatorial era in Jefferson City was typical of the Boonville scene, as well.
www.mo-river.net /Recreation/roslyn/roslyn.htm   (1773 words)

  
 Brann The Iconoclast (Vol. X) - Missouri
Vest and Cockrell, were forced into the anti-Francis movement under threat of defeat by the men who had identified themselves with the popular feeling for their own purposes.
Lon V. Stephens, who had been Treasurer was nominated for Governor and elected.
Stephens proclaimed that he was going to purify politics.
www.worldwideschool.org /library/books/lit/socialcommentary/BrannTheIconoclastVol-10/chap43.html   (3944 words)

  
 Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Thespian Society ceased to exist during this period and the Hall's ownership fell to one of its members, local banker, Joseph L. Stephens.
By 1900, Lon Vest and W. Speed Stephens inherited the building and renovate the Hall.
In 1901 it reopened as The Stephens Opera House with the addition of the stage house, an orchestra pit and curved balcony.
www.mo-river.net /History/cooper/thespian/thespian.htm   (382 words)

  
 Roslyn Heights - Boonville, Missouri
When Wilbur T. and Rhoda Stephens Johnson built their elegant residence at 821 Main Street in 1895, it was at the southern edge of a group of fine homes that abutted the business district.
Johnson's brother, Lon Vest Stephens, also a Boonville native, served as Governor of Missouri 1897-1901, after having served as State Treasurer since 1890, when he filled an unexpired term.
When the fidelity bond for Treasurer Stephens was approved in 1895, members of the Johnson family were cosigners, along with over 60 other area citizens.
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 Birds of the Pacific Slope of Southern California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Stephens took a male at Alamitos Bay, Los Angeles County, December 23, 1879 (Grinnell, Pub 2, Pasadena Acad.
Stephens noted the species breeding at Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains, in June, 1886 (Moreore, Bull.
Stephens took an adult male at Round Valley, 9200 feet elevation on San Jacinto Mountain, August 11, 1898 (Condor v, 1902, 40).
elibrary.unm.edu /sora/Condor/cooper/SGML/pca_007/pca_007.html   (21119 words)

  
 Newspaper Abstracts: The Jacksboro Gazette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Lon Arnett of San Angelo and J.R. Rich of Jacksboro were visitors at the yards Friday.
Professor W.F. Keathley is on a visit to his parents in Stephens County during the holidays.
S.M. Valentine of Stephens county spent the first of the week in town prospecting with a view of buying a ranch in Jack county.
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 Unsolved Mysteries: Progressive Review Archive
According to Stephen Jones, who represented McVeigh until his sentencing in 1997 and now feels unrestrained by any lawyer-client confidentiality, his client's strategy was always to be the focus of as much public indignation as possible so the world would believe he was some kind of demon terrorist mastermind who acted alone.
Stephens first got to know Mochtar Riady -- of Clinton fundraising fame -- in 1977 when Riady was considering buying Bert Lance's interest in the National Bank of Georgia.
JASON VEST, VILLAGE VOICE: The [Area 51 environmental] lawsuits have yielded mixed results: While the workers and survivors of workers at Area 51 still don't know what they were exposed to (they've never sued seeking damages, just information), a judge has ordered the EPA to inspect the facility for compliance with federal environmental law....
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 KTVU.com - News - Legendary Athletics Radio Voice Bill King Dies
Lon Simmons, who was inducted into the broadcast wing of baseball's Hall of Fame last season and was a former partner of King's, called him "the best basketball announcer I've ever heard."
In 1976, King called himself "ageless," saying he wouldn't stop doing his job just because he was growing older.
King also is survived by stepson, John Stephens, of Sausalito and grandchildren, Julia and John Lowenthal.
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 Surname "V" Obits
Born Jan. 23, 1916, in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Edgar and Pearl Eades Vest.
Survivors include his wife, Lela Vest; three daughters, Barbara Parker of Lancaster and Frostproof, Mary Lou Cristner of Erlanger and Edna Hawkins of Kocomo, Ind.; a brother, Cicero Vest of Lexington; a sister, Anna Carrier of Harrodsburg; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a wife, Mildred Case Vest, and a son, Roscoe "Buddy" Vest.
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Stephens Frost, Thomas L. Fry, Joe Fry, John W. Fryer, J.W. Fryer, William Ft.
Lewis, Q.H. Lewis, Simon V. Lewis, Stanley Lewis, Stephen D. Lewis, W.R. assignee of P.H. Jackson who was assignee of A.M. Campbell Lewis, William R. Lewisville Lumber Company Librand, Emanuel assignee of James M. Dison Liddell, Robt.
Mort, John W. Morton, Lillie last assignee of W.W. Dickey Morton, Stephen F.L. Moseley, Jordan H. Moses and Hollingsworth Moses, E.H. Moses, J.W. Moss, Fletcher Moss, J.B. and L.T. Weaver Moss, Joe and L.T. Weaver, asignees of W.R. Williams Moss, Joe and L.T. Weaver, assignees of W.W. Bruce Mott, William Moulder, S.C. assignee of Geo.
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 August   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sgt. Stephen Woodley and Staff Sgt. Bill Hounsome are military police officers with the 253rd Provost Company, 4th Regiment Royal Military Police.
For the medics Warren instructs, that means learning to minimize the risk to themselves as they treat casualties - lessons Cpl. Joshua Stephens, an assistant sporting goods manager in Indianapolis, said are taken seriously so they can effectively treat the wounded.
When the troops return, the post mandates that all soldiers fill out questionnaires about their mental health and meet individually with a counselor.
www.indianamilitary.org /Timelines/2004/Aug.htm   (4984 words)

  
 Newspaper Abstracts: The Salinas Weekly Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
H.R. STEPHENS and bride are now housekeeping and Herman appears happy, notwitnstanding the outlook for a dry season.
E.W. DANIELS left for San Francisco on the 1st inst., and will be greatly missed by those accustomed to seeing him behind the counter and elsewhere.
Lon TYNAN is now a resident of Soledad, conducting the business formerly carried on by Tom NIXON, whom he bought out.
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 Nov99Obits
She was preceded in death by her parents; her foster parents; her husband, Peter Artz; a brother, Bueford Wilson; and a half-sister, Georgia Horn.
Surviving are a brother, Lee Needham a sister, Ava, and her husband, Keith Stephens and a niece, Carolyn Hall, who cared for her, all of Bolivar; and several other nieces and nephews.
Monday, Nov. 15, 1999, in Santa Paula Memorial Hospital, Santa Paula, Calif. She was born July 12, 1914, to Alpha and Lula Lightfoot Vest.
www.bolivarmo.com /bhfp/Nov99Obits.htm   (8669 words)

  
 April99
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph, in 1975.
Survivors include a nephew, Clyde Hoover, and his wife, Mamie, Pleasant Hope; a half-sister, Francis Beasley, Fair Grove; a special cousin, Thelma Stephens, Pleasant Hope; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.
Music was provided by Mike Stephens and Cheryl Bowers, vocalists, and Jobeth Maas, pianist.
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 History of the Fruit Experiment Station   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station as a separate state institution was established when the legislative act was signed by the Governor on April 27, 1899.
The Honorable Lon Vest Stephens was governor at that time.
The Station Board of Trustees was appointed by the Governor shortly after.
library.smsu.edu /paulevans/FESArchives/shepardhistory.shtml   (2250 words)

  
 THE BOONVILLE ADVERTISER PRESETNS REVIEW OF 1923
Lon Vest Stephens, 66, native of Boonville, and former governor of Missouri, dies at home in St. Louis.
Lon Jarman, Pilot Grove, killed when auto overturns on road 7 miles west of Boonville.
Calla Rouse, 39, New Franklin; W.L. Stephens, 75, Versailles; Tolliver Barnett, 22, Lamine; James Edward Potter, 79, Clifton City; L. Crutchfield, Huntsville; Thelma Louse, 2-year-old daughter of Mr.
www.rootsweb.com /~mocooper/Newspapers/1923_Boonville_Advertiser.htm   (5296 words)

  
 The Bryan-College Station Eagle > Obituaries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He was preceded in death by his wife, Eula Bush.
He was born in Henderson County and lived in the Bryan-College Station area since 1987.
He was a graduate of Lon Morris College in Jacksonville and was employed at Proctor and Gamble in Dallas for 42 years before his retirement.
www.theeagle.com /region/records/obituaries/january02obits/011502obits.htm   (1533 words)

  
 Nelson Memorial United Methodist Church
Two of Margaret's three children, Louis Nelson and Nadine Nelson Leonard of Ravenswood, donated $10,000 each toward the erection of the building.
A third child, Margaret Nelson Stephens, a former First Lady of Missouri, gave $5,000 when the building was erected and then $5,000 for the church organ in 1924 in memory of her late husband, Governor Lon Vest Stephens and his parents, Joseph Lafayette and Mary Gibson Stephens.
No expense was spared on the building and when dedicated the total cost was revealed $39,000.
www.rootsweb.com /~mocooper/Churches/Boonville_Methodist_Episcopal_Church_South.htm   (1427 words)

  
 GreenvilleOnline.com - Obituaries
He was a charter member of Fox Run Country Club and Service Club and a former member of the Simpsonville Lions Club and a member of the Simpsonville Masonic Lodge.
Coker was preceded in death by a daughter, Marcy Layton, sister, Janny Coker, brothers, Roy, Mack, Larry and Wilton Coker.
Stone was predeceased by three brothers, two sisters, his father and mother-in-law, Fred and Clara Bell Vest Robertson and daughter-in-law, Sharon S. Stone.
news.greenvilleonline.com /obits/obits.php?content=obittext&searchdate=2003-12-29   (3991 words)

  
 WHMC-Columbia--Leonard, Nathaniel (1799-1876), Papers, 1800-1896, 1927, (C2525)--INFORMATION
The papers of Nathaniel Leonard, a prominent Cooper County, Missouri, stock breeder and farmer, and his family; consist of land papers, 1800-1877; account and other record books, 1835-1896; letters, mainly between family members; an 1824 fur memorandum; Civil War papers; and an 1875 diary of Lon V. Stephens.
Accounts, including school accounts of Petite Saline School District, of which Nathaniel was clerk, 1846-1850; and a list of funds given to his children, 1853-1868
Diary of Lon V. Stephens, future governor of Missouri, was kept while he was a student at Kemper School, 1875.
www.umsystem.edu /whmc/invent/2525.html   (897 words)

  
 Good Old Boat Newsletter - October 2004
We’ve decided to move our warm (and very well-made) fleece sweatshirts and vests from our shelves to the bodies of subscribers by sweetening the deal just in time for Christmas.
Here are a few: the Sparkman and Stephens firm, Bill Tripp, John Brandlmayr, Henry Scheel, Edson Schock, the Eldredge-McInnis firm, William Garden, Edwin Monk, Philip Rhodes, Thomas Gillmer, S. Crocker, John Alden, Aage Nielsen, Carl Alberg, George Stadel, Maurice Griffiths, and Frederick Geiger.
He notes, for starters that the double S on the cove stripe is the SandS monogram and continues with the clear indicator (something we and others had wondered about): the exhaust coming out of the port side approximately amidships.
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 RAMSEY HODGE COOK CUMMINGS HEFFINGTON LOWE BUTLER Family History 1688&1999
Henry and Thomas and Stephen Heffington and their families were
Stephen, Elihu, Barney, and Leroy being some of them..
possession a pair of pants and a vest, that Mary Brown, as a sweet
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 TheFiringLine Forums - Statewide Gun Control Emergency   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The trailer or saddle bags let you carry food, water,guns and ammo, bullet proof vest etc and camping equipment, medical kit and etc.
In an informative essay discussing the morality of war, William Norman Grigg also cites a 1798 letter to Thomas Jefferson in which James Madison pointed out: "The Constitution supposes, what the history of all governments demonstrates, that the executive is the branch of power most interested in war, and most prone to it.
Grigg warns that "allowing the executive to decide unilaterally 'the question of war' will be tantamount to...
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 Talk About Travel (washingtonpost.com)
Getting a coffee at a cafe in the Grand Place is great people watching--a few years ago I witnessed a bachelor party where in broad daylight a guy had to strip down to his skivvies and redress as a 16th-century courtier, complete with white tights, puffy purple pantaloons and a gold vest.
As for restaurants, a link should be coming up to Tom's Postcard from Brussels from last spring.
Defintely have color film when heading to St. Stephens-that roof is awesome.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A14689-2005Mar7.html   (11642 words)

  
 Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Vest, H.K., 13 Apr 1834 - 8 Mar 1899; Corporal in Company B of the 1
Vest, Jessie A., 13 Mar 1913 - 3 Dec 1964; Alabama, GM3 USNR, WWII
Vest, Martha Jane, 10 Dec 1851 - 17 Sep 1924; SS William Henderson Vest
home.hiwaay.net /~bobwonda/files/cullmanstuff/cullmancemeteries/hopewell4SZ.htm   (11030 words)

  
 NARA - ALIC - Compilation of Periodical Literature: Judicial Cluster
Hatfield, Eugene A. "Stephen Green Dorsey and the Southern Claims Commission: A Question of Loyalty." Atlanta Historical Journal 29, no.2 (Summer 1985): 19-29.
Norwood, Stephen H. "Bogalusa Burning: The War Against Biracial Unionism in the Deep South, 1919." Journal of Southern History 63, no.3 (August 1997): 591-628.
Passamaneck, Stephen M. "Morris Goldsmith: Deputy United States Marshal." American Jewish Archives 46, no.1 (Spring/Summer 1994): 63-100.
www.archives.gov /research/alic/periodicals/nara-citations/judicial.html   (5869 words)

  
 NARA - ALIC - Compilation of Periodical Literature: 1997
Ohman, Marian M. Missouri's Turn-of-the-Century First Couple: Lawrence "Lon" Vest and Margaret Nelson Stephens: Part 1.
Scott, Kim Allen and Stephen Burgess Pursuing an Elusive Quarry: The Battle of Cane Hill, Arkansas.
Norwood, Stephen H. Bogalusa Burning: The War Against Biracial Unionism in the Deep South, 1919.
www.archives.gov /research/alic/periodicals/nara-citations/1997.html   (5813 words)

  
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Stephens, 270 ANigh~ in a Fog 286 Dublin University Magazine.
697 Sleemans, Col., Rambles 544 Smoke, Injury to Buildings 210 in Manchester 400 Spain and Spaniards 251, 258, 392 Sport, 311 in South Africa 529 in India 55 Stanhope, Lady Hester 217, 270 Stephens, Mr 270 Stephen, Mr 414 St.
Giles and St. James 451, 700 Surgical Puzzle, 26 Surplice Question 757 Susan Miller 221 Sphynx 226 Swedish MSS 375 Switzerland 91 Taylor, Richard, Experiences of,.
lcweb2.loc.gov /ndlpcoop/nicmoas/livn-1/livn0004.sgm   (14172 words)

  
 ECUSA Priests Born in Africa
Ordained: D Jun 91 Bp Vache P Feb 92 Bp Vest.
Education: Lon ALCD 53.UTS STM 58.Col MA 59.U Leiden Netherlands PhD 74.Prog Advncd Rel Stds.
Ordained: D Oct 84 P Oct 85 Bp of Liberia, Rec Dec 93 Bp FH Vest.
andromeda.rutgers.edu /~lcrew/africansECUSA.html   (1433 words)

  
 First There Was Twogood Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
91 Lee, Henry 89-91, 213 Lee, N. Lefever, Antone 348 Lehman Bros. 409 Lehman, Lucy 80 Lehman, Sylvia 297 Leland, James 409 Lemmer, P. Lems, John C. Leneerich, Jarl 90, 91 Leonard, Stephen 205 Lernisis, Mr.
362 Meek, Stephen 426 Mensor, Abe 279 Mensor, Henry 279 Mervy, Owen 90 Meyers, B. Meyers, H. Milla, J. Miller, Mr.
34 Steiner, Jacob 21, 26, 33, 288, 365 Stephens, Mr.
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