The Dorcas class of the First Baptist Sunday school had its regular business and social meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. W.B. Clayton, with Mrs. James E. Clayton and Mrs. Virgil Hinkle as co-hostesses. Mrs. Leo Crafton presided at the business session. Plans were made to have a rummage sale June 5. A basket of fruit was carried to Mrs. John Hartley, who has been ill at her home on Caldwelll Street for dome time. Twenty members were present.
The Greenbrier Senior Class will leave to New Orleans, La.
They will stop in Vicksburg, Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss., en route to New Orleans.
The group will stop in Alexandria, La., en route home. They will return to Greenbrier Thursday.
Doyle Crownover, superintendent, Mr. and Mrs. Randel Fielder and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dickens are chaperones. Mrs. Dickens is the class sponsor.
Stanley Gilmore, a guard for Greenbrier’s basketball team, signed a basketball letter of intent yesterday with Arkansas State at Beebe. Gilmore averaged 14 points, five rebounds and four assists for the Panthers, who compiled a 22-9 record.
St. Joseph valedictorian Kyra Schachmut smiled as she fixed her mortarboard before commencement exercises. Thirty-seven students graduated at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Saturday afternoon.