Pittston Gazette, 13 MAY 1921, p. 7

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Pittston Gazette, 13 MAY 1921, p. 7 - AT Th reo hundred mothers and daughters...
AT Th reo hundred mothers and daughters assembled around the festive board - at the Methodist Episcopal Church last night, uniting in an occasion which has been looked forward to ever since the Mothers and Daugh ters banquet of last year. The mon of the church, who were la charge of the delightful affair, left nothing undone in providing for the pleasure of their lady guests. The men not only served the banquet, but also ar - anged and prepared it, and are to be complimented for the efficiency they displayed. The chairmen of the Toasts "Our Girls." Mrs Calen der; "Mother," Miss Ruth Browning: Our Boys," Mrs. Bennett. Piano solo, Miss (Ruth Daniels. The best (a) Mentally. Miss Helen Thompson; (b) Physically, Miss Gertrude Lorah. Chorus singing (c) Religiously, Miss .Mary Cooley; (d) Socially, Miss Florence Dcnnison. All - round Girl Miss Mary Xes - bitt. Camp Caledlon MJss Xutting, of Eric, Pa. Soprano solo Mrs, Raymond Voigt. Address "Working together for the Best," Mrs. W. B. Evans.

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 13 May 1921, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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