Church: Loyal Trinity Lutheran (Mother-Daughter Banquet - 1963)


Surnames: Moldenhauer, Dobbe, Gerdes, Noeldner, Brussow, Luchterhand, Zimmermann, Dux, Richert, Williams, Lindekugel, Gorsegner

----- Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 05/16/1963

Rev. Alden Moldenhauer was toastmaster at a mother-daughter banquet held Saturday evening in the Trinity Lutheran Church dining hall.  It was attended by 185 mothers and their daughters.

A welcome was extended by Mrs. Edd Dobbe and a toast to mothers was given by Mary Moldenhauer.  This was answered with a toast to daughters by Mrs. Moldenhauer.

A girls double trio sand a song followed by a reading, “Time is a Circle” by Vikki Gerdes.  “Mothers Creed” was presented by Mrs. Irwin Noeldner and “child’s Creed” was presented by Marilyn Noeldner.  An address by Pastor Moldenhauer followed two selections sung by Beatrice and Helen Noeldner.

Awards were presented as follows: coming the longest distance, Mrs. Tom Brussow of Madison; wearing the most buttons, Mrs. John Luchterhand; wearing the longest necklace, Mrs. Lloyd Zimmermann; door prizes, Mrs. Erwin Dux, Carolyn Richert and Mrs. Leslie Williams.

The dinner closed with group singing, “Loves Old Sweet Song’ and a closing prayer.

The banquet was prepared by a group of women with Mrs. Edd Dobbe as chairman.  It was served by the men of the Brotherhood.  Mrs. Dale Lindekugel was the dining room chairman and Mrs. Clarence Gorsegner was in charge of the program.




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