Clipped From The Lawton Constitution
] g THI LAWTON CONSTITUTION, W.dn.idoy, February 24, 7 971 'Crazy ;Event A "crazy hats" luncheon held recently in .the Fort : Sill Club was attended by-.Wives ,;0fficers of Headquarters,.. Ill "Corps Artillery';:-' Â·_','..."Â·'Â· .Mrs. Edward Â·Â·Rembecki, Mrs. Joseph Miezelis ; served as hostesses /or the event and : senled awards to two women wearing the zaniest homemade hats to the event. .. ' . Â· Â· Mrs. Joseph'Romano;was the recipient of the; first place award, wearing -a ; hat signifying the many talents of an Army wife. Mrs. Romano's was decorated with rulers, keys, spoons, report cards, a paint brush, a screw, driver needle and thread and 'other items. . ' Â· ' ' Â·;'". :;Â· '' Mrs. Thomas Ferguson re ceived the second place award for wearing a hat especially created for the Easter, season. Colorful hard-boiled eggs .decorated Mrs. Ferguson's, coif which held a yellow .Easter chick on the top of the.crown. Mrs. Ferguson, wife',.'of the Corps commander, presided and welcomed Mrs. Stanley Brundige, a newcomer, and bade farewell to Mrs. Martin Price. Â·Luncheon tables, covered with 'red linen cloths, were appointed with styrofoam heads 'bear Â·ing'humorous hats. ZANY CHEATIONS-^Mrs. Edward Rembeckl; left; and Mrs;: Thomas Ferguson model the hats they .created to wear to^.a'recent':"crazy hats",Juncheonattend- ed by Wives of Officers of Headquarters;'. Ill Corps Artillery Mrs Ferguson, wife of the Corps commander, received thesecond ;,plBce'awaiti for the "zaniest" bat modeled atvthe event. Mrs.'-RembecM and Mrs.'.'Joseph A. Miezelis served as hostesses ;for the luncheon. . (Staff Photo) LIGHTEN CHORES : To lighten your', clean- - up chores, fill your pots with w^rm water immediately after use' and let them soak until are ready to pop. them in dishwasher .or soapy sink.