The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1955 · Page 2
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t AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE .(ARK.)' COURIER W6WS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 19S5 — Society News - „ \«« MnllniMi Grt^iofw P!r!itnr • Pho] Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Affairs Given to Compliment Miss Monaghan, Mr. Gee Here • A bridge-luncheon was given at the home of Mrs. F. E Black to compliment Miss Rosemary Monaghan, bride-elect of E. B. Gee, Jr. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims was co- hostess. A three-course luncheon was served from tables centered with silver lacelon attached to white circles and anchored with seed pearls. Sunk in the center of the circles were colonial bouquets of white gypsophila, blue Dutch iris and statice. Arrangements of pink stock, jonquils, blue Dutch iris, pom-poms, heather and acacia were used about the entertaining rooms. Miss Monaghan, who wore a Gotham worsted suit of shades of blue, was presented a blue Dutch iris corsage with matching maltne fluffs and ribbon and linens by her hostesses. Bridge winners were .Mrs. Johnny White, high, and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Sr., second high. Mrs. Matt Monaghan, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Gee, the groom-elect's mother, were special guests. Dinner for Couple Last night Mr. and Mrs. W. Marlon Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry entertained with a dinner party at the Williams' home for Miss Monaghan and Mr. Gee. The guests were greeted at the door by the hosts' sons. Bill Williams and, Alan Berry. Dinner was served at the dining table which was overlaid with an imported linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink and white i gladioli, stock and snapdragons. Planking (lie centerpiece were white tapers in silver candlesticks. Placecards were miniature bride and groom mint boxes and at each guest place was a get-acquainted quiz. The bride-elect wore for the occasion a black French peau-de-soie dress with tight fitted bodice and black and white sash which caught at the back in a large bustle. This dress was worn over a horsehair braid petticoat. She was presented with a white carnation corsage and the hosts presented the couple with a gift. Following dinner the guests spent the remainder of the evening informally. Spring Events to Begin at Country Club with Ladies Day Wednesday The Ladies of the Country Club will begin a series of Spring parties next week with a luncheon to be given Wednesday for members and guests. Mrs. E. 3. Cure will serve as chairman of the Hostess Committee with other hostesses to be Mrs. C. M. Buck, Mrs. John F. Lenti, Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Lunch, at 1 o'clock, will be followed by bridge .and canasta games for those who want to play while others may visit informally in several of the party rooms. Prizes will be awarded. Members may bring guests and it is not necessary to make up a table as players for both games will be available to fill in. Out-of-town members and guests are asked to send in their reservations to Mrs. William H. Caldwell, hotess, at the club by Tuesday.. Mid-Week Club Conducts Game InConway Home Mid-Week Club met at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway yesterday for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Two guests, Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, were present. Luncheon was served from the dining table, which was centered With a fruit arrangement. Bridge winners were Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, high, and Mrs. Dicks, second high. Mrs. Halsell Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. Melvin Halsell was hostess to the La Nueve Club at her home yesterday when she had as guests Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. James Terry. Red carnations were used to center the individual tables where guests were seated and arrangements of red and white flowers were used about the entertaining rooms. The Valentine motif was carrier out in tallies, scorepads and dessert course served by the hostess. Mrs. Taylor won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Lynn Hughes won second high and Mrs. Ben White won bridgo. Mrs. Walter Sorrels Walter Sorrells, Miss Shoemaker Exchange Vows The marriage of Miss Bobby Jean Shoemaker and Walter Harriett Sor- reils was solemnized Thursday morning in , Fayetteville at the Central Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Edna Shoemaker and the late Louis Oliver Shoemaker of Reiser. Mr. Sorrells is the son of Mrs. Walter B..Sorrells of Pine Bluff and the late Mr. Sorrells. After a wedding trip , the couple will make their home in Payettvllle where they are both students at the University of Arkansas. Bits of News m»4 Armorel HD Club to Hold Workshop Miss Lillie Mae McDermott is under observation at Blythevllle Hospital following a fall at her home, 113 Lilly Street, Thursday morning. Roy Mitchell, who has been a patient at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis, is now at his home. Mrs. G. E. Caudel, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, this week, returned to her home in Covingtcn, Tenn., today. Bill Wyatt and Vance Dixon are in Washington, D. C., attending a soybean meeting. Dr. Jack Webb is in Memphis attending the annual Mid-South Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Convention. He will return home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carter and children have moved into their new home at 904 Pecan. They formerly resided at 1708 Chickasawba. Young People from the First Christian Church who will be in Marvel tomorrow to attend a rally are Billy Sam and Pat Hanley, Mike and Jane Terry, De Wayne Miller, David Burnett, Danny Petty. Bill Bruton. Ricky Dedman, Jerry Lowe, Benny Harpole and Barbara Bradley. The Rev. James Rainwater will chaperone the group. Luncheon Given At Razorback ForChillion Club The Razorback was the meeting place for the Chillion Club yesterday when Mrs. Mary Hatfield entertained. Mrs. Edith Permenter was a guest the group when a luncheon was erved by the hostess. In the games, winners were .Mrs. S. E. Torjusen. high Mrs. Felix Carley, second high, and Mrs. O. O. Eliliis, third. Armovel Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Hudson yesterday for a potluck luncheon. There were II members and four visitors, Mrs. Guy Samples and daughter, Mrs. G. E. CaudeL of Covington, Tenn.. and Mrs. Forrest Moore, present. Mrs. W. Leonard gave the devotional and Mrs. Moore gave a demonstration on con-tack material. In the games played during the social hour, winners were Mrs. Taft Metzger and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Mrs., C. C. Elliott dismissed the group with prayer. The club will hold a workshop at the Youth Center at 40 and Eight, Feb. 17. Beacon Baptist Circles Meet Circles of Beacon Baptist Church* met in the homes of members this week. J O. Y. Circle met with Mrs. Laverne Owens with five members and five visitors present. The Rev. J. J. Johnson opened the meeting with prayer, A program on the women in the Old Testament was given by Mrs. Owens, Mrs. John Reed and Mrs. Tom Johnson. Mrs. Otis Cole dismissed the group with prayer. The Dorcas Circle met with Mrs. J. J. Johnson with six members and two visitors present. R. C. Benefield opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. E. L. Francis gave the devotional and Mrs. Inez Shoe- heart gave the dismissal prayer. The Esther Circle met with Mrs. Leland Hodge with six members and six visitors prayer. Mrs. Hodge gave the opening pra- yie and devotional and the closing prayers were given by the Rev. Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Fred Hill. Homemakers Class Has Potluck Supper ' Homemakers Class of First Baptist tist Church met at the church last night for a potluck supper and Valentine party. Husbands of the members were guests. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Gardener and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Neaves. Mrs. Bill Ellis and Mrs: Bill Rbo- ertson were hostesses for the occasion. In the social hour, group singing and games were conducted and Mrs. Bill Tegethoff dismissed the group with prayer. At The Hospitals Walts Hospital Dismissed: Bertha Smith, city Mrs. Paul Holiman, city Mrs. Pearl Pitts, city David Phillips, Rt. 3, city Lloyd McCormick, Air Bnse Those rubber-coated nicks for dishes make nice holders for recipe books. The books won't slide down. Coming Events FRIDAY First Grace Church having box supper at church. 7'8Q p.m. SATURDAY . Duplicate Bridge League meets Nice brass or chrome knobs can do a lot for the piece of furniture you just refinished. If the knob hole in the chest is worn large, a large flat knob could cover the damaged area and lend a contemporary touch. Theres' now a special kitchen wax that can go on everything in the kitchen—except the floor. It could make kitchen cleaning and protecting half the job it is, if you're the kind who likes to polish everything. - ^qt WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I0( CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Servict on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15r & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature —AND— "TAMING THE WEST" With Wild Bill Elliott Serial "Batman" No. 15 And Carioon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature — AND— With Susan Hay ward METRO NEWS Masterfpint Game Played by Bridge League A Jive-table Howell masterpoint game was played last night by the Duplicate Bridge League. Winners were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, first with 4114 points, and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, second with WA points. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs.. Georgia Bailey, were third with 38 'A points and In fourth place were Mrs. Foy Etchieson and' Mrs. Audreanel Freeman with 38 pointl. Lottie Moon VWAMeets In Crocker Home Lottie Moon Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Betty Crocker last night. There were 20 members present. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Miss Patsy Gentry- Miss Clara Sue Ray conducted the business and the devotional was given by Miss Marcella Ray. Those taking parts on the program were Misses. Barbara Sawyer, Alberta Sadler, Fran Carter and Patsy Gentry. Mrs. Howard Caldwell dismissed the group with prayer. T«ltvision — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Chonntl S, fc WHBQ Channel 13 WMCT Channel I Friday Nifht, Feb. 4 6:00 Evening Serenade 0:15 News Reporter 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Red Buttons 7:30 Lire of Riley 8:00 Big Story 8:30 Golden Glove* 0:00 Cavulcfcde of Sports 9:30 Sports Spotlight 10:00 Loretta Young; 10:30 News 10:40 Weather 10:45 Top Tunea 11:00 Tonight 12:00 Sign Ott Saturday, Feb. S 8:45 News & Meditation 9:00 Happy Fel ton's Spotlight Gang 9:30 Paul Wlnchell Jerry Mahoney 10:00 Funny Boners 10:30 Pride of the Southland 11:00 Cartoon Carnival 11:30 Space Cadets 12:00 sum Rhodes 12:30 Western Theatre 1:30 Memphis School Bands 2:00 Pro BaifeetbaU — Fort Wayne at Philadelphia 4:00 Soldier Parade 4:30 Quiz 'em on the Air 3:00 Bob Cummlngs 5:30 My Little Margie 8:00 Its A Great Life 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Mickey Roonoy 7:30 So This is Hollywood 8:00 imogene Coca 8:30 Star Theatre 8:00 George Gobel 3:30 Hit Parade 10:00 City Detective 10:30 The Vine 11 ;00 Mystery Theatre J2;00 Sl£n Off WilBQ Channel II Friday Nlfht, Feb. 4 8:00 Hartoontlm* 8:15 Weather 6:20 Newt 6:25 Do You Know Why 6:30 Doug Edwarda 6:45 Perry Como 7:00 Ellery Queen 7:30 Ray Bolger 8:00 Pepsi Cola Playhouse 8:30 Our Miss BrooXs 9.-00 The Line. Up 9:30 Mayor of the Town 10;00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Saturday, February I 9:15 Tops 0:30 Wlnky Dink & You 10:00 Captain Midnight 10:30 Abbott & COfttellO 11:00 Big Top 12:00 Barfcer BUI 12:15 Smilln' Ed McConnell • 12:45 Western Theatre 2:00 Big Ten BukttbtU 4:00 Mark Saber 4:30 Annie Oakley 5:00 Stu Erwln 5:30 Beat the Clock 6:00 Tennessee JamborM 6:30 Ozzle dt Harriet 7:00 Jackie Gleaoon B'OO Two For the Money 8:30 Fnvorttc Husband 0:00 Masquerade Party 0:30 Million Dollar Movia erint$ndent, presided during the | high for the church. business and the Rev. Jimmy Lee Stevens led the group in prayer preceding the reports. It was reported that the Sunday School had a 246 average attendance for January which was an all-time The Rev. Nelson Greenleaf. pastor of the Elaine Baptist Church-will fill the pulpit for the regular monthly broadcast, Feb. 6, it was announced. ' The superintendent and teachers of the intermediate department were hosts for the dinner. They wera Annie Rae Rowland. Mrs. A. I* Greenwell, Mr«. O. D. Price, Mrs. Charles Leftwlch and Mrs. J, L. Tranum. Officers and teachers of the .First Baptist Church in Wilson met Wednesday night for their regular council supper and business meeting. There were 38 members present. Jim McCullar, Sunday school sup- Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz i Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature _AND— Scott Brady In IHE THOROUGHBRED - "^ IwrtH AN INfSRIOmrr COWrlBO »un.Y TECHNICOLOR "Law vs. Billy the Kid" ALSO CARTOON •SUN. •MON. •TUES. AS WILD AS THE WILDERNESS SETTING | OF ITS DRAMATIC STORY! 1 I IN COLOR AND CINEMASCOPE McLAGLEN • ROSS IA1LIN • IFF RICHARDS • !..«.(,„„ ium Bra »< GUUMSPEI ..,-..,,.,,„,„,.„„ ,„.„„.„ „ ttsmn cold **.»<>, WKCURKIIItES- .. 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