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meet ^Â»tljilli War 'or 9th acting Mrs. The conducted chairmen. the in in lunch and door Thursday, H. At ; met | (Herald Photo) I Fellow Workers Honor 'Chick' Benbow On 69th Birthday the club is Charles "Chick" Benbow, sup- of the newpaper plant, where erintendent of maintenance of Anderson Newspapers, was complimented yesterday morning when a surprise birthday party was staged in his honor. The affair took place in the pressroom 'Â·Chick" has been employed for over 49 years. The event marked the 69th birthday anniversary of Mr. Benbow, a b o v e center, shown with his sons, David L. at left, and C. W. Benbow at right. mea- cups. Miss Dolores Tate, Bride-Elect Is Honored At Two Showers Honoring Miss Dolores Tate,.the Misses Betty demons, whose marriage to William Wrigh^Guysinger, Marie Ellis and Shar-|^ WS " "sang""Happy Birthday!" i The sons are following in theirjclub. dad's footsteps in choosing ajasta newspaper career as David is| won b - v employed in the stereotype de . yjj. . . , ,, . . Others attending partment and C. W. is a journey- man printer in the composing land room of Anderson Newspapers,! j nc jHome Economics in the local Â» \^^ j i j v t-j iSchool, A large decorated birthday i velda cake centered the gift table the hosts,. members of the Her- Bulletin pressroom will occur Saturday evening, c 1 friends of the bride-elect gather- n Brown. Another miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon at Refreshments were served as at prise shower recently. |L. Phillips, Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Guests included Mesdames Ed-'Miss Helen Pruitt and Miss Mae die Downey, Sylvan Snelling, j McAlpine assisting Miss Frank- Oral Withrow and David Cox, andilin as hostesses. Receiving Committee Announced For Jaycees-Jayshees Club Dance The ' door committee for thej Serving on the door committee Jaycees-Jayshees C o n v e n tion: will be: Club's invitational, semi-formal. 9:30-10 p.m. Mr. and , . ., , , ,, _. -.i w ' t : 6 lvcn ounudy aueijjuun at tended rnnprahilatinnc nn ed at the home of Mrs. David i tne home of Miss L^^ Franklin, "ye con | ralulatlons on Cox, College Haven, for a sur-';6G7 Walnut St., with Mrs. Harold ' aa^les^Smith Benbow his newspaper career i i ff - , , . 1 U 1 1 1 . l l l i . l i a i U \J . k_UIVA.A. the officials of the newspaper t n\sics insiructor, is n began 1899 of when he was employed at the Sefton Manufacturing Company, now the Container Corporation. He worked there until 1902 when he joined the staff at the James Benham Printing Company and, in December of 1905, came to the Anderson Herald. In planning the surprise birthday party, the "boys" of the !P ressr oom mentioned that they opportunity place Saturday, April 2, at the r_ii: Colhns - t*v t *Â· i Â· \ Â· Â· * Â·, ! thfc art of making his job a Eagles Ball Room with Sail Ba- 10:00-10:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs.]"". and to see him when a new ters orchestra, of Muncie, provid-1 Thomas Farmer, Mr. and Mrs.j;?_f^ ^Ll^J! ing music for dancing from 9:30JLo U j s Caplinger and Mr. and Mrs. p.m. until 12:30 p.m. workshop equipment is to witness genuine happiness. In the pasti a c y Robert Hiegcl. |49 years "Chick" Benbow has I ce ived high honors in 10:30-11:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. j never been "too busy" to George Pancol, Mr and Mrs. j in his important work to do Vernon Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. j favor for another pressman. Harold Noland. 11:00-11:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Werking Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Benbow and his wife, Mabel, reside at 2728 Jefferson St., Anderson.