The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1955 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JAmJART 2T, 1968 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVK - Society News - a Ann Mallnrv fiocietv Editor / Phon< Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Banquet Given at Hotel Noble For Guests of Church Institute A banquet was held at Hotel Noble last night for out- of-town guests here for the Christian Church Institute. Theme of the banquet was "Higher Education/ with placecards depicting school days. Arrangements of snapdragons and gladioli centered tables where gueests were seated.. Bay Wallace . presided at the meeting and D; 1 . Marion Smith, pro- fessor of the New Testament at School of Religion, Butler University, Indianapolis, Ind., was speaker for the evening. Mrs. James A. Praley of North Little Rock, accompanied by Mrs. Ed Roundtree, presented a solo. Leon Privett Claims Bride In Ceremony at Hernando Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hedge of Leachville are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Dorris, to Leon Privett, son of Mrs. Berlin Privett and W; F. Privett, of Bly : theville. The double-ring ceremony was performed Saturday afternoon at First Methodist Church in Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. W. S. Mc- Alilly officiating. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white linen suit with blue accessories. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Hedge wore for her daughters marriage a tan gabardine suit with navy accessories and Mrs. Privett wore an orchid jersey dress with black accessories. Both wore white Carnation .corsages. A dinner party was given in hon- Mrs. Smith Wins High At Bridge Club Town' and Country Club met at the home of Mrs. M. N. Nunn yesterday .afternoon to conduct its regular' Weekly game. Mrs, Harold Nunn and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were guests of the group. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. C. C. Smith, high and Mrs. M. N. Nunn, second high. Pansies were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. or of the couple Saturday night at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tucker of Biytheville. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. Tuck- aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Campbell, the groom's grandmother. The bride will make her home with her parents while Mr. Privett ittends Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. They will make their lome in Biytheville this summer. Mrs. Privett is a member of the senior class of Leachville High School where she is a majorette, cheerleader, class reporter, and a member of Future Homemakers of America, Pep, Dramatics and Garden Clubs. The groom is a graduate of Biytheville High School where he was a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams and a member of the "B" Club. He is also a member of the football team at Arkansas State College, Mrs. Kirby Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. R. H. Kirby entertained the Wednesday Bridge luncheon yesterday. White pom-poms Club with a centered the dining table where members and guests, Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, were seated. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. L. E. Old were winners in the bridge games played during the afternoon. Mrs. Allen Guest of NGWClub Mrs. William Harrison was hostess to the NOW Club at the home of Mrs. Bill Fraser last night. In the games played during the evening, Mrs. Cooper Jones wa.s winner. Mrs. Harry P. Grimes won the door prize. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments to the 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Don Allen. James Harrison Has Birthday Party Here James Harold Harrison was entertained on his fourth birthday yesterday when his mother, Mrs. William Harrison, entertained 18 children with a party. Games were played during the afternoon and favors of horns were presented the children. Refreshments of birthday cake and iced drinks were served. At The Hospitals Biytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Cube CaldweH, city. John Henry Wilson, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Koonce, city. Mrs. B. Germany, city. Mrs. Rufus Woolen, city. Willy Harris, city. Mrs, Johnny Benson, -Steel*. Mrs. T. J. Bryant, city. • Dorothy Jane Marshall, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Dorothy Johnson, city. Mrs. Ruth Gatlln, city. Good Pay Secure Future in Radio-TV Thousands of men have successfully trained themselves for good jobs or a business of their own as radio- tolcvislon servicemen. You, too, can nulckly get this technical knowledge Mint le.ids to more money nm] security at Kccgan's School of Television in Memphis. Enrol now in one of America's finest schooli for adult education. Day or night classes, using the most modem teaching methods, only « few dol- - lars n mon. ver ates have been placed In Bood-I»y- Ing Jobs. Kor full ! n ' OTm " l j n "i wr A» oSny: KEEGAN'S SCHOOL OF TELEVISION, 207-B Madison Aye., Memphis, Tennessee-. Coming Events THURSDAY Dale Carnegie course meeting being held at County. Court House, 7:30 p. m. Altrusa Club meets at Hotel Noble, 7 p. m. Esther Class of First Baptist 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 Vendredl 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. Biytheville Council of Church Women have business meeting and installation of officers at St. 2:30 Stephen's Episcopal Church, P- LHE Club meets with Mrs. Harvej Dorris, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. Bits of News Wo, Miss Sue Orsborne of Biytheville, student at Arkansas State Col- ege, will appear in a production of •Gaslight," at the college. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, E. B. 3ee, Jr., and Miss Rosemary Monaghan will be in Fayetteville tomorrow where Mr. Dee, Jr., will receive his degree in mid-term jraduating exercises there. Mrs. James Oxford has returned rom Terre Haute, Ind., where she ias spent the -past five weeks vis- ting her children, Gerald Oxford and family, and Mrs. Otis Bensley and family. She also visited friends here. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Bensley and son, Keith. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman had as their guests yesterday, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Dudley of Hot Springs. C. A. Hunton is in Memphis today to visit his wife, who is patient in Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Hunton will undergo surgery next Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Jimmy Moore of Rldgely, Tenn., have returned from a business trip to Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. S. C. Owens win be in Memphis tomorrow to meet her son, Britt, who is a student at Ole Miss. Britt will spend the semester holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday at the Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Virginia Ann and has three sisters. Mrs. Turck Complimented With Party Mrs. Prank Grigsby entertained at the Country Club with a bridge party honoring Mrs. Kate Turck of Rayville, La., who is the guest of Mrs. B. M. Matthews, yesterday. A Valentine motif was carriec out in the tallies, scorepads anc other decorations. Arrangements o: spring flowers were used about the entertaining room. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Eu- ;enia Jenkins were bridge winners Mrs. Turck was presented a gift from her hostess. TLE Bridge Club Conducts Game Almost three fourths of weight of the human body is wa- Mrs. Joe Hughes was a gues last night when Mrs. Gilbert Smy the entertained the TLE Bridge Club at her home. Bridge winners were Mrs. W. J Cupples, high, Mrs. W. E. Cherry ( second high, and Mrs. Dick Wat the j son, bridge. A sandwich plate was served by New Members Welcomed to Chapter D, PEO Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood, was entertained at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard with a 1 p.m. luncheon yesterday. Mrs. Bob Logan was co-hostess. Centering the dining table was an arrangement of fruit and ivy. The group welcomed two new members. Mrs. Marguerite DeLashmutt, late of Burwell, Nebr., and Mrs. Relia Eggensperger, formerly of Russellville. Mrs. James Boy was In charge of the business session and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner had charge of the program on founders' day. CARUTHERSVILLE ROYALTIES — Caru- thersyille basketball queen and her attendants are pictured above. They are (left to right) top row, Clara Ellen Hicks, Queen Sandra Zaetsch and Phyllis McClanahan. Boltom row (left to right) Jane Ann Trantham and Ann Taylor. (Photo by Sanders) Luncheon To be Given At Woman sChib Jimmy Richardson will be guest speaker tomorrow afternoon at the meeting of the Woman's Club. He will speak on civil defense. A program of music will be presented with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe In charge. Hostesses for the 1 p.m. luncheon are Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. Hay Hall, Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd. Mrs. M. J. Koehler, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. E. U Boggs, Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Robert L. Wade. Jr. Wild Dieting Not for Teens BY AUCIA HART NEA Beauty Editor It's a rare gal who doesn't sink to the depths of despair at regular intervals. "I'm hopeless," she moans, spot- ing a large pimple on the day ol a most crucial dance. It's this frantic concern that makes teeners prey to the wildest sort of offers. "Lose 20 pounds in 30 days," cries the ad. and the teener has zoomed for her pencil. Health, unfortunately, is of no concern to her if she feels she's got an extra one-quarter inch on her hips. And then a gal feel* even glooier when, five days later, she finds she can't adhere to a diet of grapefruit and coddled eggs. "I have now ill power. I may die," she sobs, crumpled in the corner of her bed. In most cases, gals in this age bracket can hit and maintain & sensible weight if they merely watch their intake of Jelly doughnut-, and sandwiches (with mayonnaise. plea.se). Applesauce ll a good dessert and so is stewed fruit. A whole what sandwich, with one sMce of bread removed, won't devastate a diet. Most lubby gals find it hard to set themselves on this long course ol good eating. They like to eat. The only answer is within themselves. When they want a new figure more than they want to eat an eclair, they'll get it. No fad diet, no promise of overnight makeover, no Cham course will give a good, lasting figure the way simple resolution will. New Teachers Are Introduced At Meeting of Lange PTA Hen %% Lange Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday for its regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Walter Day presided over the meeting and Mrs. Charles Penn introduced three nei' teachers, Mrs. Faye Utley, second grade; Mrs. Colleen Milburn, second grade, and Mrs. Floy Warlord, filth grade. The devotional and scripture reading was given by Mrs. R. L. ering tables with plastic was by Mrs. Holiman. In the social hour, Mrs. Floyd .'is and Mr*. Clarence Davis ed refreshments. _ Mrs. Coie iv7 n I Elected Head JOY Group 1 The ultra-feminine girl will be Interested in new pantaloon pajamas. They feature a tucked front, and the collar and cuffs are trimmed with lace embroidery. JOY Circle of Beacon i Church met at the home of Mrs. 1 Otis Cole Tuesday for an election Coeds who are fond of corduroy of officers. will be glad to discover the smart-j Mrs. D. O. Jones opened the officers was appointed. Those serif- ness of corduroy. Bermuda shorts | meeting with prayer and Mrs. chairman, Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Baptist | secve t a ry and reporter, Mrs. Laverne Owen, treasurer, and Mrs. ing are Mrs. J. W. McKaney, Mrs. Wade, Jr. Mrs. Day I. °R. Coleman. Mrs. C. D. Lunsford | in bright red and blue, and Mrs. Penn. Room count went to Miss Elizabeth Halstead and Miss Doris Slaughter. Refreshments were served by the third grade mothers. matching corduroy box jacket j Fred Hill gave the devotional. i Officers elected were Mrs. Cole, Johnny Reed, personal service representative. Mrs. Johnson dismissed the group with prayer. There were five members and four visitors at the meeting. introduced the guest ] speaker, James Terry, who .spoke j kX on the proposed five-mill tax. IV\rS. rs. C. W. Kapp gave the secre-!/— , r •s report and Mrs. Bill Ellis the ilaUeST OT Mrs. tary's treasurer's report. | —, llir>,/~l T A nomination committee for new|UQgWOOU l~1 U L.IUD Guests Present When Club Eight Conducts Game Members of Club Eight met at the home of Mrs. S. C. Owens yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Owens had as guests Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs-. G. 0. Poetz won high in the bridge games, Mrs. H. G. Partlow won second high and Mrs. Langston won bridge. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the afternoon. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met at the club house yesterday with 17 members present. Group singing opened the meeting and Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gax'e the eye-opener on aprons. Mrs. Clarence Davis gave the devotional and roll call was answered with a piece of furniture to be refinished. A demonstration on cov- Nothing will please your Valentine like a portrait! 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