Mrs. Frank Hess entertained a number of children Monday afternoon at her home on Locust Avenue with a party in honor of the third birthday anniversary of her son, Frank Hess Jr. After games were played the decorated cake, topped with three lighted tapers was cut and served with ice cream. The guests were Judy Rowlett, Frances Raleigh, Cecil B. Raleigh Jr., Harley O. Wetherly Jr., Ann Robbins, Joe Clemmer Robbins, Kenneth Parker, Richard Parker, Elmer Lee Cochran, Mary Louise and Frank Hess Jr. The honoree received many gifts.
Frances Lachowsky is valedictorian and Janie Clifton is salutatorian of the 1962 Senior Class at Greenbrier High School.
Miss Lachowsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.F. (Cotton) Lachowsky of Wooster, had a 5.81 grade point average. During her four years at GHS, she has been hidtorian of the Future Homemakers of America, secretary of the Student Council twice, Junior Class reporter, editor of the yearbook, vice president of the Beta Club, runner-up for Miss Greenbrier High School, voted most likely to succeed and had roles in the junior and senior plays.
Miss Clifton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Clifton of Greenbrier, had a grade point average of 5.56. She has been district FHA vice president, Greenbrier FHA president, in "Who’s Who" four years, secretary of Beta Club, business manager of the yearbook and twice an all-state basketball player.
John G. Paglianite, a student in the University of Central Arkansas ROTC program, recently received the George C. Marshall Award during ceremonies at the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va.
Paglianite, son of Nancy L. Paglianite of Vilonia, was one of about 300 college students from throughout the country to receive the award, which is given to recognize excellence in military science study and leadership skills. The award is named for George C. Marshall, who served as the Army’s chief of staff during World War II and later as secretary of state and secretary of defense during the Truman administration.
While attending UCA, Paglianite has received the Military Order of World Wars Award, the Military Order of Foreign Wars Award and the Distinguished Military Student Award.
Vilonia Middle School student Adam McDaniel, watched his rocket launch during the 12th Annual Rocket Day on Thursday at Mars Hill Church in Vilonia. Approximately 200 sixth-graders constructed rockets for science class and spent the afternoon finding out their success rate.