The South County Times featured the upcoming annual 2015 Memorial Day ceremony by SCHS on the front page Friday, May 22, 2015 with an article and photo. See the full story.
The January 30, 2015 issue of the South County Times ran on its front page an article about the Sunset Hills Historical Society Historian of the Year award. The recipient was Charlie Hoessle, director emeritus of the Saint Louis Zoo. Read the full text of the article at the South County Times website.
The May 23, 2014 issue of the South County Times ran on its front page, the announcement of the SCHS Memorial Day ceremony for 2014. Also featured is an article on the formal ending of the Show-Me Hero Salute program to bring the AVTT Vietnam Traveling Wall to St Louis in June of 2013. The program was started by the Sunset Hills Historical Society and Sappington-Concrd Historical Society participated. The current exhibit at “Jefferson Barracks, “The Homefront: From V-mail to Email” is featured. Finally, the Sunset Hills Historical Society event with Billy Busch is featured on page 7.
The December 27, 2013 issue of the South County Times ran on its front page, “The Year’s Top 10 Stories.” Stories number three and four relate to the SCHS and the Sunset Hills Historical Society. Story number three is about the Sunset Hills Historical Society bringing the AVTT Vietnam Traveling Wall to St. Louis in June of 2013. Story number four is about an historic site, the Paraclete/Griesedieck property being donated to the Lindbergh Schools by Sunset Hills resident, Al Moore. Read the full text of the article at the South County Times website.
Go to the Sunset Hills Historical Society page to see photo montage and slide show and to learn more about the SCHS relationship to the Sunset Hills Historical Society and the Vietnam Traveling Wall event.
The photos below are from the South County Times December 27, 2013 issue.
The November 20th, 2013 SCHS daytime presentation on manners (see more at “How Rude! The Changing Forms of Polite Behavior”) by Missouri History Museum’s Emily Jaycox was written up on the front page of the South County Times, the week of Thanksgiving, November 28, 2013. Headline:
“Historian Emily Troxell Jaycox hits on the changing forms of polite behavior”
(click to see whole article)
11/29/2013 – Manners around the Thanksgiving table aren’t quite what they used to be some 160 years ago.
“An etiquette book I have from 1853 says, for instance, don’t be noisy when you eat and don’t eat with your knife except when visiting a home where the only forks they have are two-pronged, big carving forks,” said Emily Troxell Jaycox… (read the whole article about Emily Jaycox’s presentation on the history of manners)
See more about the Jaycox presentation at “How Rude! The Changing Forms of Polite Behavior” on schs.ws website
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