Mrs. E.V. Leverett entertained Friday afternoon with a bridge party, concluding a series she has given this week. A color motif of blue, yellow and green was used in the decorations and in the bridge table appointments. Five tables were filled for games of bridge and prizes were won by Mrs. Ed Simpson, Mrs. R.W. Sibley and Mrs. E.W. Martin. Mrs. J.E. Sanders, a recent bride, was a special guest and was presented a gift. A dainty salad and sandwich course with a grape beverage was served.

The enrollment at Arkansas State Teachers College has reached an all-time high.

Registration today stood at 2,271, Charles R. Teeter, director of development, announced.

This compares with 2,063 enrolled for residence work at this time last year.

The freshman class of 850 also sets a new high for this group.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nesmith of Conway recently returned from a week-long vacation in Alaska. While there they visited Anchorage, Denali National Park and Fairbanks. They also visited the Portage Glacier.

University of Central Arkansas students Billy Parrish, Matt Standfield, Andrew Johnson and Richie Nevine served hot meals at Soul Food Cafe on Tuesday evening. The students volunteered with other Phi sigma Kappa fraternity members by preparing meals and performing household chores.