custard Friendship Guild Has Guest Party The Friendship Guild held a guest party at the home of Mrs. L e s t e r Hunt, 823 E. 29th Thursday evening. Co-hoctesses were Mesdames Russell Osbon Oscar Atteberry and Bernard Stanley. Mrs. Eugene Glaze reviewed the book, "It Gives Me Great Plea sure," and a door prize was by Mrs. George McElhoe Jr. Refreshments were served from i a tea table centered with a floral arrangement of candy tuft, pink chrysanthemums and snapdragons. Guests present were Mesdames Joe Stewart, Walter Haynes, F. Baker, Mildred Holloway, Saul Creason, Leo Ward, Robert Kappeler, Kenneth Lewis, G. E. Runyon, Ray Gentry, Glen Walbridge, Harold Scboll, Rex James, Wilbur Day, Don Backous, G. C. Johnson, J. C. Hurley, H. P. Jones, M. Ktllum, Eugene Glaze and Miss Mary Jc Lennis. M e mbers attending included Mesdames Xerrei Cox, William H. Southard, Frank Phelps, Ralph Lennis, Roy Moody, Tom York, Victor Huston, Kenneth Wardlow, Earl Greenland, Harry Alexander, D. L. Wilson. Raymond Cole, Herschel Stohler, Charles W. Smith and George McElhoe Jr.