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Glittering hospitality marks circle’s luncheon

The Ware River Circle of The King’s Daughters and Sons laid out the red carpet in a big way recently at a spring luncheon. The setting at Ware River Yacht Club brought light sea breezes from the river as guests entered. Inside, a glass of mimosa, wine, tea or water awaited guests. From the first sip to the last bite of pie or cake, the luncheon was an hour or two of complete southern hospitality.

Tables where the 120 guests would be seated were adorned with beautiful fresh spring flowers arranged in pint-size Cuthbert & Hughes, Bohannon, oyster cans. The long buffet table, centered by a gallon oyster can holding a much larger flower arrangement, was the focus of all eyes. The table was laden with dish after dish of epicurean home-cooking, including selections for vegetarians. There were several types of quiches, tomato, broccoli and vegetable mix salads, copper pennies and a special Greek tomato salad, to mention a few choices. The dessert table of Apple Dapple Cake and Choc...

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