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Keo Chronicles: Aug. 1, 1945

Franny Crosby gave a luncheon honoring Edith Stone. The Stones are leaving here to go to California about the middle of the month. Io stopped and picked us up about 12:15. The luncheon was at 12:30. It was perfect, like everything Franny does — a crab salad with vegetables added, hot rolls, strawberry jam, very fine (Del Monte brand) pickles, coffee, ice creams and two kinds of frosted cake — one chocolate and the other white.

*About the photo
This is Keo’s husband Francis “Newt” LaVell with his cool car in 1925.

*What are the Keo Chronicles? Read rest of entry.


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