Marie Bowen models spring hats at Country Club
.Country Club Awards Hat As Door Prize Decorations from the Victorian era were combined with springtime springtime trim in the Country Club setting setting where 150 women attended the March fashion luncheon Thursday. One of the highlights of the afternoon afternoon was the presentation of a door ' prize-of a new spring hat to Mrs, . Blaine Gasser. The. hat was do- nated by LeVine's, which furnished furnished clothes for the spring hat show. Victorian furniture set the mood for the' -chapeaux presentation which featured a commentary by Charles E. Bileyu of the Idaho State College Speech and Drama Department. Modeling the new spring hats were Mrs. Russell 3Iack, Mrs. Jack Terrell, Mrs. Lou ^ombek, Mrs. Willard Bowen, Mrs, Lloyd Call, Mrs. Matthew Dude- nake, Nancy Olson, Sue Buehler and Mrs; T. .D. Jones of Malad. The buffet table was covered with a pink satin cloth and decorated, decorated, with a Victorian candelabra and miniature hat boxes. .Quartet :ables were centered with Victorian Victorian bouquets in handmade glass bells which were awarded as bridge prices at the conclusion of the afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Ben McCollum was general chairman of the luncheon.