Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
at Chloe Both ari en Tues hono he Plain City Girls Hosts At Friday Ball PLAIN 'CITY, Feb. 8--The Plain City Junior High School Girls As- ociation sponsored a "Queen of Hearts" ball on Friday evening. The gymnasium was decorated around the theme of the "Queen f Hearts." The king and queen f hearts chosen for the evening were Marvel Wayment and Arnold Rose, Jack and Jill of Spades, une Carver and Robert Folkman; Jack and Jill of clubs, Shirley Heslop and Grant Thompson and Jack and Jill of diamonds, Helen Freestone and Clyde Skeen. In charge of arrangements were: Bonita Giles, Barbara Jean Marriott, Mary Ann Knight, Donna HipweH, June Carver, Dorlene Palmer, Joyce Knight, Elaine Palmer, Norda Taylor and advisor, Miss Naoma Doutre. A few of those who entertained at well arranged suppers follow- ng the dance were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown entertained at a no-host supper at their home- Attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. Rulon Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wheatley J. Taylor, Miss Naoma Doutre, Don Olsen and the host hostess. At the home of Miss Ivy June Carver were Lucile White, Lois Robins, Lyman Cook, Charles Fudmore and Blair Simpson. Participating at the home of Miss Elaine Palmer were Vernal Moyes, Miss Norda Taylor, Miss Alma Dean Slade, Harold Ross and Ray Coy. Miss Joyce Knight entertained Bonnie Blair, Marvel Way- lunch. . , eon last Wednesday ment, Barbara Jean Marriott, Mr _ an(J Donna Beth Carver. Vernon East, Ray Hadley, Arnold Rose, Jack Etherington, and Junior Stewart. At the home of Miss Joyce were Shirley Knight, Helen Freestone, Betty Lou Folkman, Robert Painter, Duane Hadley, Clyde Skeen, and Noel England. Miss Jean Stokes entertained Shirley Heslop, Marilyn Maw, Josephine Sharp, Wayne Skeen, Grant Thompson, Vadle Maw, and Lee Stewart. Participating at the home of Miss Dorlene Palmer were Arleen McLean, June Carver, John Nash, Virgil Maw, and Robert Folkman. Miss June Maw, and Miss Mary Ann Knight entertained groups of friends at their homes.