ap- Majesty's talk FOLLOWING breakfast at 5 a.m., the wo r n out at- privateersmen returned to their respective homes. Chairman of the general committee in charge of arrangements arrangements was Mrs. Don (Betty) Bare. Her committee included Mrs. Robert Pulliam, table decorations; Mrs. Tom Busch, general decorations; Mrs. Lawrence Phillips, menu and games, and Mrs. Fred Mann, advisor from the 1971 banquet. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Judd Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allen. S P E C I A L DECORATIONS were provided by a committee headed by Mrs. Busch. Members Members were Mrs. Darrell Allen, Mrs. Don Boblett, Mrs. James Woolwine, Mrs. Fred Mann and Mrs. Gordon Fox. The program committee, About 70 Participate In Party For Youths "Cap'n James," better known as James Woolwine of Prosperity, and his wife talk with Bill Lehman, assistant pastor of the Bible Center Church in Charleston, guest speaker for the all-night youth j Wallace, organist for the activity provided for the j Charleston " church. Approx- junior and senior students at imately 70 persons (as in- P r o s p e r i t y Fundamental dicated by the Baptist Church. Lehman was j were present .for the festivi- accompanied by Dr. Tom I ties. - 86, of iheaded by Mrs. Kenneth Boband onjlett, consisted of Mrs. Bare atjMrs. Cleve Brewer, Mrs. Dar- Allen, Mrs. Fred Mann, arrange- Mrs. Mann, Mrs. John will Mrs. Junior Varney, Mrs. James Woolwine, Mrs. George Phipps, Mrs. Lester Pipkins, Mrs. Kenneth Hawley, and Mrs. Doug Epling. . . In charge of entertainment were Mrs. Bare__and Mrs. Busch. ~ """ '~"-~---- -. FAVORS WERE prepared by Mrs. Harold Lilly, Mrs. Bus'ch, Mrs. Gary Cuckler, Mrs. Robert i n g by an Way and Mrs. Bill HorsfaU. Others assisting were Mrs. Carl KOUIL, Mrs. George Phipps, and Mrs. Larry Miller. The annual activity, in its third year, attracted about 70 persons. It was financed by donations from church members. members. The Rev. Fred Mann is pastor, and associate pastor is Bill HorsfaU.