April 3, 1947 Spotlite
Homemaking Classes Entertained Mothers
Two Groups Serve Luncheons This Week At School
Tuesday and Thursday Noon Luncheons Prepared By Students

Ninth grade homemaking girls had an opportunity of displaying their knowledge in culinary art this week when they entertained their mothers at luncheon in the grade dining room Tuesday and Thursday noon, under direction of their instructor, Mrs. Christine Sander.

The class was divided into two groups with each group preparing and serving the food in rooms decorated in Easter fashion. Two long tables were arranged with centerpieces consisting of a rabbit and colored eggs. Placemats were lavender with yellow and purple. Place cards were yellow tulips carrying out the general color scheme.

Invitations were stencil painted and all decorations, including the invitations were made by the girls.

Girls preparing the luncheon given Tuesday were Sally Schrum, Donna Strathman, Della Singsank, Marjorie Kienapfel, Florence Borkowski, Pat Cullen, Marlyn Gruhn, Dorothy Lake, LaVonne Hargens, Rosemary Hinz and Rose Ann Muhlbauer.

Waitresses that day were Marilyn Popp, Sue Ann Clark, Marjorie Rowedder and Ethel Leinen. Guests included Mrs. Nick C. Schrum, Mrs. Lee Strathman, Mrs. Arnold Doerning, Mrs. Harry K. Gruhn, Mrs. Eustace L. Lake, Mrs. Chris P. Hargens and Mrs. Max E. Gruhn.

Thursday Group
On Thursday the luncheon was prepared by Sue Ann Clark, Beverly Ruhde, Norma Hass, Jeanette Willenborg, Marilyn Popp, Phyllis Musfeldt, Ardella Frahm, Marjorie Rowedder, Ethel Leinen and Shirley Ohrt.

Waitresses were LaVonne Hargens, Marlyn Gruhn, Rose Ann Muhlbauer and Pat Cullen. Guests included Mrs. Milo B. Clark, Mrs. Herman E. Ruhde, Mrs. William M. Hass, Sylvia Waugh, Mrs. Otto H. Popp, Mrs. William Vollstedt, Mrs. Herman Frahm, Rosemary Gleason and Mrs. Andrew N. Leinen.