Sally, Judy, Sally Ann- Christ Lutheran Banquet
in, Christ Lutheran banquet Mothers and daughters of Christ Lutderan church enjoyed the annual mother-daughter ban* quet, Sunday, June' 12 at 5 in the church. Carrying out the theme, "Floral Fantasy" there were pots of geraniums in each church window. Hhe tobies in the social hall were appointed with bouquets of spring flowers, vratih a lighted floral wreath suspended suspended above the main table. An open Bible cake and candles centered the punch table. Mrs. Whitney Ziesmer, toastmistress, toastmistress, welcomed the guests. Mrs. Paul Gerlach offered prayer. prayer. The smorgasbord dinner was served by Donald Pfahler, David Schweitzer, Whitney Zeismer, William Vaughn, James Finefrock, Finefrock, Duane Kepler and Richard Richard Smith. THE PROGRAM was presented presented in the sanctuary. Mrs. Leroy Hoagland offered a toast to the daughters and Miss Kristie Hoagland gave the response to mothers. ^Sharon Schweitzer, ait the organ offered two selections "Trumpet Tune" and "How Great Thou Art." Poems, read by Linda Pfahler, Beth Ream and Dawn Kepler were "Fore and Aft", "Meanest Mother" and "What Is A Grandmother?" Grandmother?" A playlet, "The Ohang-j ing Mother" was enacted by Nancy Evanoff, Maria Corban, Barbara Haas, Jera McKee and directed by Mrs. Kenneth Snyder.-Mrs. Snyder.-Mrs. James Finefrock read, 'My Neighbor, My Friend." GERANIUMS were awarded as prizes to Mrs. Elizabeth Wagner, Wagner, 86, .tihe oldest mother; Judy Heinzer, 15 months, the youngest youngest daughter; Sally Kidd, who had the longest hair in the one .through nine age group; Jan Paramore, who had the largest flower in her dress in the 10 through 15 age group; Sharon Pfahler, the single girl having most letters in her name, age 16 years and older; Mrs. Jacob Pfahler, most grandchildren Mrs. Charles Edwards, marriet the longest; Mrs. Donald Kidd whose given name is that of a flower; Mrs. James Finefrock and daughter, Julie, the mother- daughter looking most alike; Mrs. Lawrence Summers, combined combined ages of family group; Mrs. Ronald .Miller of Columbus, the person traveling the farthest received received the Bible cake as a door prize.