1954-5-13 Friends O Mine honors mothers
(- (- e Friendi 0' Mine Club ' ; Hat Bonnet Contest V Members, mothers and substl tute mothers were the honored guests of the Friends O' Mine club on April 28, when the group met at the home of Mrs. Russell Parker. This was the annual party to honor mothers. Sprjng bonnets,, were made fiom newspapers with the prize awarded to- to- Mrs. Andrew Ar- Ar- landson for the most fashion able style. Mrs. Clyde Williamson Williamson played several accordion numbers and led the group in singing.' , :''- :''- Geraniums were, presented to Mrs. Lula Parker for having the oldest grandchild and to Mrs. Herman Abraham for having the youngest Mrs. Bond ' Thomas Won the prize in a gam. - Each daughter presented her "mother". - with a handkerchief corsage and the evening closed with a buffet luncheon served by the hostess. ' At the meeting as mothers and substitute mothers were the Mes- Mes- demes Lawrence Rickert, Eldon Brush, Edward Wallis, Russell Parker, Andrew Arlandson, Herman Herman Abraham, Hubert Schmidt, Libby Griggs, Clyde Williamson, Anthony Roner, John Morgan, Carl Lucht, James Scofield and Mrs. Lula Parker. Members attending included Mrs. Robert Rickert, Mrs. Leon ard Brush, Mrs. William Hutch-ins, Hutch-ins, Hutch-ins, Mrs. Lee McCoy, Mrs. Donald Donald Parker, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Robert Mlddleburg, Mrs. Ray Schmidt, Mrs. Milton Hec tor, Mrs. Bond Thomas, Mrs. Kenneth Nye, Mrs. Fred Roner, Mrs. sfcy Dirrett, Mrs. Richard Karstens, and Mrs. Athol Hobbs.