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GRANDPA TAYLOR - Social, Favors For Mother Among the pleasing...
Social, Favors For Mother Among the pleasing Mother's day affairs of the past week, was the party given by the Acacia club members at the home of. Mrs. E. R. Rasmuson Friday afternoon! The mothers honored on this occasion included: Mrs. Julia Butts, Mrs. George Groneman, Mrs. Nellie C. Bailey, Mrs. Edith Y. Booth, Mrs. F. W. Taylor,iMrs. T. T. Taylor, Mrs. Estella Spurrier, Mrs. Jane Brienholt, Mrs. Frank Speckart, Mrs. Fred Fechser, Mrs. Henry Soulier, Mrs. Joseph Larsen, Mrs. N. B. Wallace, Mrs 7 . John Buckwalter and Mrs. Trotter. Assisting Mrs. Rasmuson in entertaining were: Mrs. Albert Richards, Mrs. Kenneth Weight, Mrs. M. B. Wallace and Mrs. Clarence Ellertsen. The entertaining rooms were beautifully decorated with lilacs. Mrs. J. J. Weight read the play, "Man in White" by Sidney Kingsley, and a lovely solo was sung by- Mrs. Hugh Peterson, accompanied by Mrs. Zenith Johnson. -Mrs. Johnson played piano selections, and readings were given by Mrs. Clarence Ellertsen and Mrs. Edith Y. Booth. Delicious refreshments were served, and as favors, the_mothers were presented with potted geraniums. The members present "were: Mesdames Carlyle Hinckley, Lawrence Smart, M. B. Wallace, Clarence Ellertsen,' La Var Christensen, Albert Richards, Kenneth Weight, Frank Goold, E. R. Rasmuson, Emil Jacobsen, Porter Johnson, Theodore Taylor, Joseph Jackson, Hugh Peterson, Ef-vin Cooms and Percival Bigelow. 3fi V *jP

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 12 May 1935, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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