BLYTHEVILLI <ARK.) COURIER NEWS TOURSDAY, MAT If, IfH fTCTHCNTS — Mi«« Jcanett* Tipion, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Mvm Tipton of M*»ila, hat been named valedictorian of the Manila, senior class. Editor of the yearbook, secretary of the senior class, president of QuiH and Scroll and a member of the school paper staff, she had * 5.7 average. The third member of the Tipton family to be an honor ffraduate at Manila High School, she plans to attend Harding College, Searcy. Floyett Gammill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Oam- mUi of Manila, was named salutatorian with 5.6 average. He i# vice- president oC the senior class, member of the baseball team and photographer for the yearbook. He plans to be an engineer. Mrs. J- E. JACOBS The Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson had as their guests over the | week end Miss Pat King and Miss j Jean Woodson of Whitton, Miss' Margaret Jackson of Memphis and .Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blytheville. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Jones and sons, Charles and Ray. were guests over the week end of his mother at Dardenelle, Ark, Danny and Gary Cox of Marion are -spending several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewev Cox. Philip Tippy of Blytheville spent last week here with his prandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cox. Luther Byrd and daughter. Polly of Chicago, spent last week with nis mother, Mrs. Belle Marcum. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey McArthur and daughters of Hughes spent tfoe week end here with relatives. Airman 3/c Bobby Williams of Rantottl. HI., Chanult Air Force Base, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Tippy and children of Blytheville spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward. ,., Mrs. Harvey Rider and daughter of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rider. K. H. Bezzo of Tehachapi. Calif., left* Wednesday after a week's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Bezzo. Airman 3/c Johnny Bledsoe left Tuesday for Cocoa, Fla., after a week's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bledsoe. Mrs. John Harris sprained her ankle this week. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hathcock and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Etsel Hathcock and daughter, Barbara, of Bocfcford,, HI., will arrive Thursday in Dyess for the commencement exercises at Dyess High School Friday night. Mr. *nd M-rs. A. L. Riddle and ion. -Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Riddle and children, all of Paden. Miss.. spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Edd McGuffy of Calilornia arrived Wednesday for a visit w-ith friends before leaving for Michigan. | Mrs. Ethel Fref Is of Whitton j spent Wednesday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Jacobs and family. M-rs. G. L. East of Memphis spent Tuesday and Wednesday here. Miss Shirley Henard was hostess to a bridal shower Saturday afternoon complimenting Miss Jean McArthur, bride-elect of Robert L. Yates of Macon, Ga. Refreshments were served after an afternoon of party games. Mrs. Faut Kirk and children, and Mrs. Modena West of Memphis were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Daniels. Ivan Stone of Bethesda, Md.. is the guest this week of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Byran Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Johnson and sons, Roylium and Edwin, spent Sunday with her mother at Whitton. I Mrs. Patty French spent Thursday with Mrs. Louis Appling and | baby. ; i Miss Gail Matlock of Osceola and Miss Arlie M. Hughes of Mem- .phis were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshall. Vernon Casey, Emsey Taff and daughter, Miss Maggie Taff, all of Mulberry, Ark., are here visiting Mr. Taff s brother, Wayne Taff and friends. Jimmie Smith and Paul Frances of Senatobia, Miss., spent the week end here with relatives. Mrs. Pearl Shoemaker of Guin, Ala., is here visiting her son, A. 0. McArthur, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cash and family of Memphis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. Pickens and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cash. Mrs. A. B. Burlison left Sunday for Deleon, Tex., to visit her son. Mrs. Leona Forrester of Whitton spent Sunday night with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Appling and family. Leroy Cannon and daughter, Jeanne Ann, spent Sunday in Memphis as the guest of his wife, Mrs Elise Cannon, who is employed in Memphis. Miss Hattie Jo Brantiey of Pine Bluff and Misd Janell Cox of Memphis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Cox and Mrs. Louis Appling and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McArthur and ion of Blytheville were here Sunday for baccalaureate services. Mr§. Louise Brantiey and son, Ricky, of Long View, Tex., came Friday for a visit Mth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coley Johnson. Mr. and Mr*. J. W. McMilliati «f Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. Wood of Dye«s spent Sun* BUM*** M •«•** of thtir Report Card The Report Card Embry Wilson left last night for Try, N. Y. where he will represent Blytbeville schools at the Industrial Council, sponsored by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The Industrial Council, organized to promote better understanding between education and industry, holds two conferences each year. Each conference deals with the economic and social development of a particular industry. Authors, teachers, and industrial executives meet in small groups for panel discussions to raise and answer questions about that particular industry. This conference will be devoted to the automotive industry. Parties, picnics and election of officers for next year have been the order of the day at BHS as the end of the school year approaches. Last Thursday the juniors entertained the seniors at the annual junior-senior picnic. The Girl' Beta Club had .a wiener roast recently. Two sophomore homerooms enjoyed a skating party Monday afternoon after school. The following is a list of newly elected officers of the various Clubs: Red Pepper Club: LaNeal Sudbury, president: Delores Adams, secretary; Mary Alice McWaters, treasurer: Patti Dean Wright, historian: Jimmie Lee Moore, sergeant-at-arms, Garden Club: Betty Crocker, president: Carolyn Wren, vice president; Nancy Dixon, secre- arms; Delores Harris, publicity chairman. Future Teacher of America: Patsy Yarbro. president; Nancy Dixon, vice president; Jean Bradley, secretary; Linda Byrd. treasurer; Leona Sample, librarian; Delores Harris, historian. Key Club: Condon Bush, president; Roger Sudbury, vice president; John Stovall, secretary-treasurer. Girls' Beta Club: Jean Bradley, president; Monya Blankenship. vice president; Nancy Estes, secretary: Sherry Sparks, treasurer; Gena Gaines, sergeant-at- arms. Boys' Beta Club: Jim Tompkins, president; Sam Lum. vice president; Noble Gill. Jr.. secretary- treasurer; James Hubbard, sergeant-at-arms. 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