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June 7, 2011
Daily Press

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It was in the early 1900s when the Coterie Club hosted a Russian Tea at the Key family home located at the time at 1102 Wisconsin Ave. in Gladstone. The photo is included in the Gladstone Centennial History Book published in 1987. Pictured are: from left front, Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Eunice Derry, Minnie Luftis (in front), Mrs. James Mitchel, Nettie Loftus Kee (bridegroom), Dode Slining (bride), Mavis FaFaver (Ridings), Granda Derry and Vetta Goldstein; second row, Mrs. Raymond Empson, Mrs. Chauncey Brown, Mrs. Lang, Mrs. Charles Slining, Mrs. William Marble, Mrs. Charles Mason, Miss "Chum" Pennock, Mrs. Kurker, Miss Wolford, Margaret Slining, Mrs. Coburn, Mrs. James Hetrick and Mrs. Webster Marble. In back are: two unidentified woman and Effie Fitzpatrick. The Coterie still meets regularly in Gladstone.

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