Baby Shower for Patty Bartolomei given by Becky Jondahl 1961
Pink 'n Blue Party Given Wednesday by Two Hostesses Honoree at a baby gift shower Mrs. Kenneth Salisbury, Mrs. on Wednesday evening by Mrs.,Wayne Guthrie, Mrs. Harry iBrws- Thomas Jondahl and Mrs. John |5ey, Mrs. Brora Morse, Mrs Cor- Weese was Mrs. Dennis BartoJo- j Hss Johnson, mei of this city. The party was Mrs. Randy Randall, Mrs. Harold at the Jondahl home, 1337 Rose Buckley, Mns Vern Presley, Mrs,. Avenue. Charles' 'Lofton, Mrs Donald Sim- Games were the first interest • mans, Mrs. Michael Burkbart and and at the close of this diversion prizes were given to Mmes. Corliss Johnson and Donald Simmons. Mrs. Bartolomel Opened her prettily wrapped gifts and after these were admired refreshments of cake, tea and coffee were served by the two hostesses. The big cake was decorated in pink, blue and white, colors used throughout the appointments, and was lettered "Welcome, Wee One." Women who joined in honoring Mrs. Bartolomel were the following: Mrs. James Stewart, mother of Mrs. Jondahl; Mrs. Max Dightman, mother of the honoree; Mrs Thomas Jondahl Sr., Mrs. James Eddie of iPotter Valley, Mrs Kenneth Kunzler, Mrs. Richard Ruti- dick. i,,., ... • Mis. Olga Lyons, Mrs. Leo Bartlomei, Mrs John Bariolomei, Mrs. Wiltem Dightman. Rummage Sale For Church Group Mrs. William Moore and Mrs. Daniel' H31, co-ohmrmen for the annual Christian Church rummage sale, are in a whirlwind of preparations tor this event which wUl be held Oct. 13 and 14 at 206 W. Perkins Stret. The two .women and their committee have a good collection on hand and especially mentioned chinaware as part of it. Sets as well as odds and ends will be for sale. This 4s in addition to apparel and other goods to be sold. The hours set are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.