Vernon Thompson Jr. Honor Guest at Picnic Dinner Held Recently
A picnic dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thompson recently in honor of their son Vernon Jr., who left Monday for induction into the armed forces. The dinner was also in honor of thier daughter Mrs. Ruth Griggs and family who also left Monday for Idaho.
Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walden, Jimmie and Barbara; Mr. and Mrs. Euel Thompson and girls Joneta and Ann; Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Thompson and boys, Midge, Bobby, John, and Frank; Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Griggs and girls, Louise, Virginia, and Kathleen; Mrs. Sarah McDonald, Mrs. Dixie Calico and daughter, Shirley; Claude, Rose, Charles and John Carl Thompson, all of Huntsville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, June and Billy of Berryville, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Butler and daughter Barbara Ann; Mildred and Jenlue Roberts, Mrs. Estelle Stamps and children, Maxine, Jerrell, Clyde, Thelma, Fred Allen and Leodale, all of Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Noble, Howe Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Lether Ledbetter, Miss Vada Joyce Logue and Miss Helen Hull, all of Wesley.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thompson and children Virgie, Freda, Reta and Reba Lane of Rudd.
A bountiful dinner was served and the menu included lots of fried chicken and other chicken with al the trimmings and many other good things to eat.
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