Mother’s Day Breakfast
May 12, 1974
This event was a howling success if one judged by the racket everyone made talking to one another.
Approximately 135 fot filled up with ham, eggs and pancakes and over 200 cups of coffee and about that much orange juice.
Maybe it was the china plates instead of paper plates used in the past, but everyone asserted that they sure enjoyed the breakfast. Several commented on the excellent ham and it was the best that could be bot.
Sue Riemer, Ruth Nichols, Paula Vehrs, Bea LeFevre, Edith Bridgeman, Dorothy Medill, Marge Serfling, Madelon Serfling, Dave Zevenbergen and Harvey Harmon all gave their time and labor for which we do thank them. And while handing out the thanks want to thank the Original Pancake House for furnishing the pancake batter.
The Original Pancake House has furnished the Obsidians for this event now for the past four years and we want to here and now, tell you that it is very friendly place to eat, the service is exceptional and the host is a most friendly person.
The continous picture show drew a lot of interest too. A most enjoyable day.
And we do not want to overlook thanks to all you people who came. It was you folks who really made the day. If you had not come it would have been a dreary day indeed.