Mrs Ted Irlam, Mary Irene Marjorie, Wilma and Wanda Jackson

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Mrs Ted Irlam, Mary Irene Marjorie, Wilma and Wanda Jackson - j f , I i GIVE BIRTHDAY PARTY AT HOME OF MRS....
j f , I i GIVE BIRTHDAY PARTY AT HOME OF MRS. IRLAM Woodson. July 17 —Mrs. Edward Irlam delightfully entertained twenty-five twenty-five girls at a birthday party Saturday Saturday afternoon from two to fiye in honor of the eleventh birthday of her daughter, Mary Irene. Gam» and contests furnished the amuse- merit for th( aftcmoot Prizes were 11 (".riit were Barbara J<- won by Barbara Jean Devore, Paulin Hart and Dorothy Butler. Miss Iren received several nice gifts. Those Devore. Pauline Hart, Charlotte Newman, Dorothy Butler, Helen. Dorothy Dorothy and Martha Henry, Isabel Irlam. Sarah Lee Butler, Virginia Basham. Iva Owens. Mary Francos Hart. Frances May Harney, Lorene Fitzsimmons. Beulah Sorrells. Beulah McLister, E’.olse Watt. Mary Alu Tarzwell, Mary DeLong. Olive Orr Catherine Atkinson, Marjorie Irlam Lucille Irlam. Mary Irene Irlam, Virt 8inla °"mys* Mrs. Iralm wax assisted in entertaining entertaining by Mrs. Mildred Spencer and Miss Wilma Jackson. Durin« th- afternoon refreshments were £**r\cd by the hostess. (ilvrs Lawn Pari?, Mrs. H. L. Owings entertained at a lawn party Saturday evening trom fhe to eight o'clock in houor of the twelfth birthday of her daughter, Virginia Lee. At six-thirty o'clock a a _______ ^ .......... ^nn Meparinson. i>hirlev Elmse Watt lsabcî Irltm two course luncheon was served the 1 guests. Mrs. Owings was assisted by. Miss Lucille Owings. Fdra lhnrv, to at to Elizabeth Owings and Dorothy Allbright. Allbright. The hours were spent socially. socially. 'Ihose present were Mary Irene Irlam, Marjorie Irlam. Pauline Hart Iva Owens. Mary Frances Hart, Charlotte Charlotte Newman, Frances May Harney Barbara Jean Devore. Doroth and Martha Henry, Corrine and Geneva < holfield Mar ■ i ret P^^nces Flynn, I~)orothy Butler, MarCia j«.an Hanback. Catherine Atkinson. Atkinson. Olhe Orris, Mary Tarzwell, j Beulah Sorrills, Lorene Fitzsimmons., Lucille Irlam and Virginia Lee Ow- j ings. News Notes. The members of the Willing Workers Workers Sunday school class of the Chris- j tian church have postponed their j meeting indefinitely. Miss Jane Irlam and niece. Miss Edith Turner, Mrs. Paul Meggtnson. Miss Alene Hudson and Lester Henry visited recently with the former's sister Mrs. Dick Sandman and family. family. of near Exeter. Mrs Myrtle Brady spent Sunday with her son. Harold Brady, and wife, of Jacksonville. 1 Mrs Mildred Spencer, of near Mur« rayVmc> Sp<>nt the week-end here at home of Mr. and Mr . Edward | lrlam Mi&s Wanda Jackgon< of Mur. for,, ^ ls a guest at the Irlam homc |al ,Iu. I)resent tunt, he j^n Trlam Mjs gadi<l GaJU?hfr ,R »pending a Je% days in Jacksonville with her ¿auBtUers I ‘ _________ ________ Colton, of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Maurice Thompson, son and daughter, of the Beiea neigh- , borhood. spent Friday hert with her mother, Mrs Sadie Gallagher They were accompanied home by Mrs. * Thompson’s sister, Mrs. B R Bishop, | and daughter. Opaline, for a visit ove|> the week-end Edward Hudson, of near Exeter, is visiting this week with his cousin, I

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 18 Jul 1933, Tue,
  3. Page 11

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