The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1955 · Page 4
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FAOB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1999 — Society News - » Ann Mollmm Gnnlatu KlHitnr ' PhOl Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Dessert-Bridge Compliments Miss Monaghan at Garrigan Home A dessert-bridge was given at the home of Mrs. C. W. Garrigan last night complimenting Miss Rosemary Monaghan who will become the bride of E. B. Gee, Jr., March 6. Mrs. Roscoe Crafton and Miss Ramona Crafton were co-hostesses, A pink color scheme was carried out in the decorations with pink carnations and greenery centering the individual tables where guests wree seated. Placecards were miniature bridesmaid bouquets of pink and Miss Monaghan's place was marked with a bridal bouquet of lillies-of-the- valley. Further carrying out the color scheme were pots of pink hyacinths Mrs. Hooks Appointed Head of Awards Colonel John Martin Chapter of Daughters of the American Colonists met at Hotel Noble yesterday morning for their regular meeting. Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Hiram Wylie were hostesses for the occasion. There were 10 members present. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. W. Marion Williams and Mrs. James C. Ellis, regent, presided over the business session •when plans were discussed for the state assembly, March 11. Mrs. J. H. Hook was appointed chairman of awards for the local chapter, and Mrs. E. L. Hale is state awards chairman. Following the business session luncheon was served from tables centered with daffodils and Dutch irts. Bridge-Canasta Party Given For Sorority Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was entertained in the Plantation Room at Hotel Noble laat night with a dessert bridge- canasta party by Mrs. Herb Childs and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. Preceding the games a business session was held with Mrs. Dick •Watson presiding. At this time plans were made for a Valentine Dance. Mrs. Dick Rader. Mrs. Todd Harrison, Mrs. Harold Wood, Mrs. A. H. Mullins and Mrs. Max Walters of Memphis were guests last night. Bridge winners were Mrs. Jess Horner, high, and Mrs. Dick Shanks, second high. Mrs. Billy Drvier and Mrs. Cecil Kelly were canasta winners and Mrs. Mullins won bridgo. A Valentine motif was used in the decorations and refreshmenta. Mrs. Holiman Guest of YarbroHDClub Mrs. Gertrude Holiman was guest of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club when it met at the home of Mrs. Gene McGuire yesterday. There were 13 members present. ' Mrs. Paul Abbott gave the eye- opener which was a hand-made necklace. Group singing followed this. Demonstrations on making aprons and stencilling towels were given by Mrs. Holiman. Mrs. Monroe Besharse gave the devotional. Talks were given by Mrs. Dave Abbott on landscaping and Mrs. Elzie Wheeler on how to cut food bills. In the social hour .the hostess served refreshments. You can add to your cotton string glove collection with a pi of gloves that are bound to be a conversation piece. Of beige cotton, they feature a wristband of mock pigskin and a small buckle. placed about the entertaining rooms. The bride-elect wore for the,occasion a brown wool dress with matching accessories and was presented a white carnation corsage and gifts of silver and china in her chosen patterns, Bridge winners were Mrs. Mahan Bell, high. Miss Arden Ferguson, second high, and Miss Barbara Taylor, bridgo. Mrs. Matt Monaghan, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. E. B. Gee, mother of the bride-groom elect, were special guests. Miss Wise Guest of Jr. Auxiliary Miss Martha Wise of Warren, Ark., executive secretary of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries was guest of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary at an executive board meeting at the home of Mrs. S. E. Tune Monday night. Miss Wise discussed proposed constitution changes, which will be voted on at the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries convention in the spring. Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., pers- ident of the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, presided over the business session which preceded Miss Wise's talk. Mrs. Ross Teaches Mission Study to Circle Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Agnes Van Cleve last night with nine members and ffve visitors present. Repeating of the watchword followed by prayer by Mrs. Howard Caldwell opened the meeting. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional and Mrs. Jim Ross taught the mission study. The group was dismissed by Mrs. C. 3. Birbingham and the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Freeman Guest of Canasta Club Tuesday Canasta Club met at the home of Mrs. 6. O. Elkins yesterday. Mrs. Elkins had as her guest Mrs. Sally Freeman. Miss Rosa Schuneritsch won high in the games, Mrs. Mike Meroney won second and Mrs. L. O. Gill was third. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion of the game's. Coming Events WEDNESDAY NOW Club meets with Mrs. Bill Fraser with Mrs. William Harrison as hostess, 7:30 p. m. THURSDAY Dale Carnegie course meeting being held at County Court House, 7:30 p. m. Lottie Moon YMA meeU with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. . Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertains Mid-Week Club. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertains Chillion Club. GEO Club meets with Miss Jettye Huffman. Mrs. Johnny White entertains Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Altrusa Club meets at Hotel Noble, 7 p. in. Esther Class of First Baptist Miss Eloise Richardson, student at the University of Texas, will arrive home today to spend the semester holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson. Charles Kinningham, a student at Mississippi State College, will arrive home today to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kinningham. Mrs. Cora Calvert, who 'underwent heart surgery at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis several weeks ago, is now at her home, 70S Jamison. Mrs. Joe Cole, who has been a patient in Walls Hospital recuperating from injuries received in a fall, is now at her home, 400 E. Davis. Those arriving home from the University of Arkansas today for semester vacation are Sally Trieschmann, Nita Rose Hall, Jan Rayder, Ruth Hale, Dick Reid, Laura Alice Hemby. The Rev. James F. Pomeroy left this morning to attend a three- day conference of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod at Stuttgart. Condition of Don Lutes who underwent surgery at Memphis Baptist Hospital last week is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room 7I8A. Jerry Berry and Warren McClure will arrive home tomorrow from the University of Arkansas to spend the semester holidays with [heir parents. Mrs. C. A. Hunton, who has been seriously ill in Baptist Hospital for the past several days, is re- aorted to be greatly improved. She is in Room 216. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClure, Jr., and children of Willston, N. D., will arrive today for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc- ZHure. Mrs. J. A. Bryant, who has been undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospital, is now at her lome. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler of Osceola announce the birth of their fourth son, Edward Christopher, aorn this morning at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. They have hree other children, Toney, 3eorge, and Nick. Mayor and Mrs. Ben F. Butler are the grandparents of the new child. Mrs. Beulah Miller has returned lome after having spent the past; six months n Waynesboro. Pann.,j with her son, Stanley Needham,' and family. ' alvary Group Has Social Intermediate Training Union of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Dorothy Jones for a social Monday night. The evening was spent in play- ,ng games and refreshments were served the eight members and two prospective members by the hostess. She was assisted by Wilbur Trent. Charles Lipford, director of the group, and Mr. and Mrs. Jones, parents of the hostess, were guests. Church meets with Mrs. J. C. Roach. 7:30 p. m. Study Course for junior and senior high PTA at home economics cottage, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Vendredf Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. La Finesse Club meets with Mrs. Jack Webb. Mrs. S. E. Tune entertains Friday Club. • Womans Club meets at club house, 1 p. m., for covered-dish luncheon. Blytheville Council of Church Women have business meeting and . installation of officers nt St j Stephen's Episcopal Church, 2:30 p. m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. ATTEND REVIVAL TONIGHT This is the last service Services begin 7:30 p.m. Church of the Nazarene 1st & Sycamore TONIGHT is your lair opportunity to hear Rev. J. W. Short-Evangelist Over 50 years preaching experience. Rich Bibl* truths given. —Public Invited— J. LOUIS IMMERT, tator Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. * THURS. NOW-FIRST TIMf WIDE SCREEN! Coffee Given at McHaney Home For Christian Church Women Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church entertained with a coffee at the home of Mrs. John C. McHaney yesterday afternoon from 4 to 5 p m. honoring the visiting wives who are here for the Christian Church Institute. FUTURE PRESIDENT — Mrs. Albert Taylor, president of the First Christian Church Fellowship, is shown serving: Mrs. James Spaiiihower of the First Christian Church of Fayetteville. Mrs. Spainhower has been elected president of the Wo- men's division of the Arkansas Christian Church Institute which is being held here this week. Standing by Mrs. Spainhower is Mrs. James Rainwater, wife of the pastor of the host church. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon were co-hostesses. The table from which coffee and party foods were served was over,aid with pink satin and over lay- ,ng this was a skirt of pink nylon net. Centering. the table was an arrangement of pastel snapdragons in a silver bowl and yellow glowing tapers in silver candlelabra. Annual Recital \ Presented by Piano Students Piano students of Mrs. Harold A. Davis presented their annual recital at the junior high school auditorium last night. Students appearing in the recital were Pat Phillips, Dan Bourzikas, Ann Phillips, Will Allen Pickard, MarrieUa Graves, Judy Young, Carl Lay, Jr., Kay Moore, Joyce Short, Joyce Young, Nancy Newcomb; Sandra Dougherty, Jimmy Adkisson, Carolyn Marshall, Kay Yates, Billie Lou Weedman, Oar- lene Lay. Peggy Lucius, Linda Smith, Stanley Webb, Mary Moore, Sandra Yates and Sandra Saliba. Bouquets of gladioli were used throughout the entertaining rooms and on the buffet. Receiving the guests at the door were Mrs. J. W. Rainwater, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. McHaney. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. George Barham and Mrs. R. L. Dedman presided at the table. Octave Club Conducts Game In Bear Home Octave Club met at the home of Mrs. William Bear last night when she had as guests Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mrs. .Fred .Davis, Mrs. Betty Riales and Miss Mable Hogan. Mrs. Johnson won high in the games, Mrs. A, O. Hallman won second high. A Valentine motif was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. uosnell Beta lub Elects Officers for Year Beta Club of Gosnell High School held a meeting last week and elected officers for the year. Officers elected were Wanda Whittle, president; Barbara Be- vlll. vice-president; Edna Whittle, treasurer; Roy Lynn Via, secretary, and Sue Leonar, reporter. All of the club members are planning to attend the State Beta Club Convention in Little Rock, Feb. 11 and 12. Guests Present When La Petite Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Farris McCaHa and Mrs, Jerry 1 Hord were guests yesterday when Mrs. Max 0. Usrey was hostess to La Petite Club. Bridge winners were Mrs. McCalla, high, Mrs. Hord. second high, and Mrs. Usrey, bridgo. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Huffman YWA Has Program In Ray Home Huffman Baptist Young Women's Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Jewel Ray Monday night for a program .on "Pointing the Chosen Peo- Ple to the Way." Miss Cora Mae McDaniels gave the devotional and Geraldine Hatcher was in charge of the program. Closing prayer was given by Miss McDaniels and the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Caudill Entertains Tri-Town Club Mrs. Garrard CaudiU entertained the Tri-Town Club at the home of Mrs. G. G. Caudill yesterday. Chrysanthemums were used throughout the entertaining rooms when .Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mrs. Melvin Halsell were guests. Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Newton Whit is were bridge winners. A dessert course preceded the games. At The Hospitals niylht-vitle Hospital Dismissed: Vivian Lee McAdoo. Steete Mrs. W. H. Payne, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Everett Mathis, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Bobby Warren, city Lee Holmes, city Mrs. Rose Lone, city Mrs. C. B. Bennett and baby, Holland Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Ann Wilson, city Mrs. Joe Cole, city Mrs. Killian Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Robert Killian entertained with a luncheon for members of the Tuesday Bridge Club at .her home on Country Club Drive yesterday. Mrs. Walter Card was a luncheon guest of the group. Spring flowers were used to center the dining table and throughout the entertaining rooms. . Mrs. Riley B. Jones and Mrs, W. C. Higginson were winners in the bridge games. Lutheran League Meets At Church Lutheran League met last night at the Fellowship Hall of the church for its first meeting of the new year. The Rev. James E. Pomeroy, pastor of the church, gave the opening prayer and devotional. Gerald Roth became a new member. In the business session a report was given by Mrs. James Pomeroy and Miss Diana Zeller on the Christmas basket* and toys which the group distributed. The group decided to aid the Sunday School in the purchase of a movie propector. The meeting was adjourned with the group repeating the Lord's prayer In unison. Bridge Winners Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Foster Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., won the Country Club Bridge League game last night with 72« points. A five-table Howell movement ws played. In second place were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. C. C. Councille with 591s points. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. A. H. McManus were third with 56 points. Mrs. McGraw Winner at Bridge Club Mrs. Elwood Deen entertained members of the GIB Bridge Club at her home yesterday. She had as guests Mrs. Foy Btchleson and Mrs. Hlldred Bunch. Bridge winners were Mrs. Robert McOraw, high, Mrs. Tom Littie, Jr., second high, and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, brldgo. A dessert course preceded th» games. 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