newton ose 16 mar 941
hostess My 32 Searl Ken- at Jensen Mrs. Mrs. dessert Mrs. and center with on Mrs. M. W. Mrs. Sorensen the Jensen, Carter, Newton Ward Holds Annual Old Folks Party NEWTON, March 15--The Newton Newton L. D. S. ward held its annual Old Folk's party, Friday afternoon, March 7, in the ward hall, with Carl Jorgcnsen, Eugene Nelson, and Mattie Jenkins as committee in charge of arrangements. Ralph C. Jones acted as toastmaster. toastmaster. A selection "On Staying Young," was read by Joseph R. Tuddenham; two vocal solos were *'inÂ°- by Einar Pedersen, accom- anied "by L. G. Clarke; a reading was given by Ilda Benson; a duet ; by Einar Pedersen and L. G. Clarke; a reading by Mrs. Le-Roy Salisbury; a humorous speech by Joseph J. Larsen; short responses were made by Lorenzo Larsen, Bishop LeRoy Salisbury ,and Amos Griffin. Guests Received Guests were received at the door by Mattie Jenkins, who presented those over 80 years of age with white ribbon, those over 70 with a blue ribbon, and those over 60 with a red ribbon. A hot dinner was served by the following ladies: Stella Jorgenson, Lettie Jenkins, Armanda Hansen, Eunice Jones, Edna Hansen, Delia Griffin, Amy Larsen, Gwen Salisbury, Salisbury, Madge Ballard, and Ilda Benson. Mrs. Bill Barker entertained in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary, Saturday evening, March 8, at their home. Guests l-jsted Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rigby, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Golden Rigby, and Mrs. Bill Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larsen, Mr. Mrs. Allan Jenkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Rasmussen. The evening was spent playing pinochle. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Larson announce the birth of a daughter born Monday, March 10 at the Budge hospital. Mrs. Larsen was formerly Eileen Kidman of Mendon. Mendon.