The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 19, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1955 — Society News - a Ann Mo HAW Snciotv Rriitnr » Phone Miss Millie Ann Mallory, .Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Bits of News Wedding Plans of Monaghan-Gee Ceremony are Announced Today Wedding plans for the wedding of Miss Rosemary Monaghan to Everett Bearce Gee, Jr., March 6 at First Baptist Church at 4 p.m. in the afternoon, were announced today. Miss Monaghan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mr. Qee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bearce Gee. The Rev. Harold O. Eggensperger, pastor of First Methodist Church, will officiate at the ceremony and nuptial music will be provided by Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Skit Presented At Meeting of Burdette PTA A executive board meeting preceded the Burdette Parent-Teachers Association meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Wick's fourth grade assisted by several fifth graders presented a "Parade of Fashions from 1880 to 1920," and a program was presented on the Parent Teacher Association's birthday. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Charles Frazier and Mrs. C. O. McHaffey read the minutes of the last meeting. Committees for the harvest supper, March 3, were appointed and nominating committee consisting at Mrs. McHaffey, Mrs. Jim H. Burks, Mrs. Brad Shearin, Mrs. Hope Young and Mrs. Doyle Turner, was appointed. It was voted for the group to sponsor a student to the home economics state convention and it was announced that next month's meeting would be held at night. Mrs. Harold Stockton and Mrs. Wick were room count winners. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs Glen B. Johnson, Mrs. James E. Perrnenter. Mrs. Frazier and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup. Miss Barbara Bailey, cousin of the groom and of Portageville. soloist. Miss Barbara Jane Monaghan will serve her sister as maid of honor and bridesmaids be Misses Coming Events SATURDAY Cotillion Club meets at Hotel .Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Still, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Monday First Baptist Church circles meet in homes. Circle One, Mrs. Forrest Moore. 'Circle Two. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Circle Three, Mrs. Drew Hughey. Circle Four, Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Circle Five, Mrs. Max Logan. Circle Six, Mrs. J .W. Meyer. Circle Seven, Mrs. J. H. Seeman. Women of Presbyterian Church have general meeting at 2:30 p. m. Night Unit of St. Stephen's Woman's Auxiliary meets at Parish House, 8 p. m. Mrs. J. E. Killett is hostess. Trinity WMU meets at church for Royal Services program. 2 p.m. Mildred Matthews Circle meets with Mrs. Ree McGhee, 7:30 p.m. Marlon Cook Circle meets with Miss Dana Dinklns, 7:30 p.m. Methodist Church circles meet. Circle One, Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, S p. m. . Circle Two, Mrs. R. B. Stout 2 p.m. Circle Three, Mrs. Paul Jobe, 2 p. m. , Circle Four, Mrs. J. M. Jontz, 2:30 p. m. Circle Five, Mrs. Ross Moore. 2 p. m. Circle Six, Mrs. Fred Bean, 2 p. m. Circle Seven. Mrs. Bob Jamison, [ p. m. Tuesday Armstrong Circle Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Lucy Koonce. 7:30 p.m. Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p. m. This is an official visit of the Deputy Grand Lecturer. Mrs. Marion Nelson of Monctte. A potluck supper will be held at 6:30 p. m. NN Bridge Club meets with Miss Betty Nell Holland. Mrs. Robert McGraw entertains CIB Bridge Club Mrs. W. C. Hisginson entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Octave Club meets with Mrs. R. A. Cary. Country Club Bridge League meets. Wednesday PS Club meets with Mrs. Preston Franks. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Herman Turner. Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meeLs at the home of Mrs. W. Marion Williams'for 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Walter Baker, co-hostess. Thiiriday Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Bill Cook, 7:30 p. m. Chilllon Club meets with Mrfc O. O..Elkins, Sr., Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains La Nueve Club. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Prank Seay, Mrs. W. L. Homer entertains Midweek Club.' Mrs. Charlei Afflick entertains Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Lewis Murphy entertains Emanon Club. Friday Vendredl Bridge Club meet* with Mr'. Bob Gardener. Altruia club meets »t Hotel Noble. Women's Club meets it club home for 1 p. m. covered dish luncheon. Mrs. R. B. Stout entorUIni Friday Contract Club. Mn. Todd Harrlion tnWrUlm Ln Finesse Club. , Saturday Duplicate Bridge Ifca«ue meet*. Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Caudill Give Program "If YOU Like It," was the theme the program given yesterday by Mrs. R. H. Kirby at the meeting af Chapter N PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. Cirby was assisted -in giving the irogram by Mrs. John Caudill. The group met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., for a 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. L. E. Old, o-hostess. Jonquils and stocks centered the tables where the 16 members were eated for luncheon and other ipring flowers were used through- tut the Huffman home. Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided over the business session. NGWClub Has Meeting n Fraser Home NOW Club met at the home of Mrs. Bill Fraser Wednesday night. Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., presided over the business session and in the games played during the evening winners were Mrs. Don Morse, Mrs. Paul Croft and Mrs. William Harrison. Mrs. Joe Mac Hester won the door prize. At the conclusion of games, the hostess served refreshments. Betsy Bell, Jane Wilson and Nita Rose Hall, all of Blytheville, and Miss Letha Pat White of Hiwasse, Ark. Little Miss Rebecca Jane Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bailey of Portageville, will be flow er girl and taper lighters are Misses Sally Trieschmann and Donna Sue Gore, Mr. Gee will serve his son as best man and groomsmen are William A. Coolidge, Jr., of Helena, Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock, arid John Edward Regenold and William E. Bracey of Blytheville. Thomas H. Choate, Jr., of Newport, Robert M. Hornor. Jr., of Helena and Gordon M. Halsell and James MacLemore Williams, Jr., of Blytheville are ushers. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony at Hotel Noble. All Members D resentat -riday Club All members were present yes- .erday when Mrs. James Roy entertained the Friday Club at her home. The hostess used hyacinths to decorate her home and served a dessert course. Mrs. S. E. Tune won high in the enonat Mrs. Tom F. Parks Tom Parks, Miss Fincher Exchange Vows MANILA — The wedding of Miss Fredia Waunona Fincher and Tom E. Parks was soelmnized Feb. 10 at the home of Mrs. Bob Veach near Manila. Mrs. Parks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fincher of Manila. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Tom P. Parks, Sr. of Okalena. Ark. Elder Malcom Gififin of Dell officiated before an arrangement of mums and candelabra. Music was provided by Mrs. Donald Veach. Given in marriage by her uncle, Roy Veach of Manila, the bride wore an ice blue satin shantung gown. The rounded neckline was decorated with rhinestones. She carried a white orchid. Mrs. Lorine Fincher was her daughter's matron of honor. She chose a darker blue bolero dress with black trim and black accessories. She carried a bouquet of roses. Robert Edwards served as best man. Following the ceremony a. reception was held at the Veach home. Those serving, were Mrs. Aaron Williams and Mrs. J. R. Dobbs. The couple made a weekend wedding trip to Hot Springs. The bride was graduated from Manila High School with honors and was basketball queen in 1951. She attended Blue Mountain College for one year where she was a member of the Modenian Society. She was graduated from Memphis State College last summer. Where she was a member of the. Sigma Kappa and Psi Chi sororities. She is now a member of the Dell school faculty. Mr. Parks was graduated from Okalona High School and Hender>on State Teachers' College and received his Master's degree from Peabody College, Nashville. He is superintendent and coach at Dyess High School. Mr. and Mrs. Parks are at home tear Manila. For a double chin try this; sit a chair, drop head far back, open and close mounth sharply in chewing motion. Then relax between each several bites by bringing head down slowly to rest on your chest. bridge games and Mrs. Harman Taylor won second high and bridgo. RAZORBACK SUNDAY DINNER Roast Young Tom Turkey—Celery Dressincr Giblet Gravy, Cranberry Sauce ~... ?1.00 Baked Sugar Cured Ham, Pineapple Sauce ?1.00 Roast Sirloin of Beef, Brown Gravy $1.00 CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Steamed Fresh Brussel Sprouts Baked Macaroni Au Gratin Snowflake Potatoes COMBINATION SALAD Dessert — Banana Cream Pudding CH"L3 ; SPLAfE""""."".""""o5c RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN H. C. Bush and Raleigh Sylvester left yesterday for Chicago to attend the National Canners Convention. x Condition of Mrs. Opal Perm, who underwent major surgery at the Blytheville Hospital-Monday, is reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room 307. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Spradley were the guests of his mother, Mrs. Dee Mcllwain, and Mr. Mcllwain this week. They were enroute from California to Jefferson City, Mo., to make their home. Mrs. Louise Walpole and granddaughter, Glenda Lou Etchieson, are in White Water, Mo., visiting relatives. Condition of Toler Buchanan, who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to fce gradually improving. He is not allowed to have visitors. Bobby Frances, student at Mississippi Southern College, is the weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. Sue Frances. Bobby was pledged to the Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity this week. Hiram Snodgrass and Frank Seay, students at Mississippi Southern College, are weekend guests of their parents. Miss Rhonda Eaton, student at Mississippi Southern College, is the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. She has as her houseguests .Misses Isabel Worrell j of Jackson, Miss., and Winnie Ruth Morris of Columbia, Miss. They are Miss Eaton's roommates. Danny Cobb, Marcile Taylor, 'Reen Hays, Mrs. .W. D. Cobb and the Rev. James Rainwater are in Wynne, Ark., today to attend Christian Church youth rally. Miss Johnnie Lou Johnson is patient in Walls Hospital. She is in Room 214. Condition of John Johnson, who is a patient in Walls, Hospital, is reported to be improved. Those Wishing to Learn Bridge May Do So at the Country Club Increased interest in bridge playing is a phase of the Spring activities program of the Country Club. With a duplicate bridge game played each Tuesday night at the club, an effort is to be made to interest more club members in this popular pastime. If sufficient number of members Past Matrons And Patrons Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Burks Baker were host Lo 19 members of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple last night. The potluck supper was served from table centered with an arrangement of red flowers, American flags and red tapers. In the rook games following dinner winners were Mrs. J. A. Saliba, women's high. Dr. J. A. Saliba, mens high, and Mrs. Gus Eberdt, rooko. respond there will be two classes organized March 1. One class for bridge beginners will be held two or three times weekly during the Spring with dates to be decided when the class is organized. Members wanting to learn bridge may call Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, president of the Ladies of the Club, who will arrange classes. The other class will be for players already knowing bridge but who wish to learn duplicate bridge. This class will be held each Friday at the club with members having an informal luncheon, of their own selection, during which time there is to be an informal discussion of the game. This will be followed by a duplicate bridge session. ' Mrs. Henry Humphreys, chairman of the Duplicate Bridge League will be in charge of this activity. Players desiring to join may call either of these immediately so plain may be completed for beginning the class March 1. This program, to be free, is sponsored by the Ladies of the Club. Mrs. Hoffman' Guest of TrinityClass Mrs. J. Hoffman was a guest last night when Fidelis Sunday School class of Trinity Baptist Church met .at the home of Mrs. Marvin Kenwright with Mrs. Frank Austin co-hostess. Opening prayer and devotional were given by Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. Austin presided, over the business session. Mrs. Kenwright dismissed the group with prayer. In the social hour, the hostesses served a sandwich plate and iced .drinks. If you break a bottle, be sure you get those tiny glass splinters up off the floor. Use an ordinary piece of absorbent cotton, wet, if you like. This will prevent cut knees and hands on toddlers. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission lac & 35c At All Times LAST TI.MES TODAY Double Feature T*Vtfa*Yff"i5tfrt \ j& DAN DURYEA Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 2 Cartoon "Ten Pin Terrors" SUN., & MON. Double Feature "Ridingfihotguri IWARNERCOLOBl fjjjjl WAYNE MORRIS; JOAN WEIDON mi >» 10* ILKKflUKN OiKtrt By AMDM to TOTk —AND— METRO NKWS Mrs. Pollock Entertains Contract Club Members of the Friday Contract Club met at the home of Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., yesterday when she had as guest Mrs. Joe Trieschmann. Mrs. R. B. Stout won high in the bridge games, Mrs. Loy Welch won second high and bridgo was won by Mrs. Doyle Henderson. The hostess used violets to decorate her home and served refreshments during the course of the games. Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting In Reeves Home Mrs. Hank Dodd entertained members of the Vendredi Bridge Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Wade Reeves, last night. Miniature cherry trees were used to center the individual tables and a dessert course preceded the games. • . Bridge winners were Mrs. Bob MeLcaUe. high, Mrs. Dick Shanks, second high and Mrs. Bill Slack, bridgo. Mrs. Jackson Entertains At Razcrback Mrs. E. B. Jackson entertained members of the Chillion Club with a luncheon at the Razorback Thursday. Mixed spring flowers were used in th" 1 entertaining rooms. Mrs. Paul Eyrum was a guest. Winners were Mrs, Sally Freeman, high, Mrs: Mary Hatfield, second high, and Mrs. Felix Carney, third. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. J. Weaver, city T. F. Snow. Piggott M. F. Brownlee, Sr., Dell Louis Frazier, Cooler Chickasawlia Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Lewis. Deering, Mo. Barbara Sweat, city Mrs. Arthur Don Snodgrass, city Mrs. Cecil R. Graves, city Peggy .Privett, city Mrs. Ross Moore, city J. W. Fields, city Mrs. J. A. Richardson, city Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature _AND— CARTOON "SATAN'S WAITIN'" SUN. •HON. »TOES. COMBINING THE EXCITING TALENTS OF FOUR ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS! HUMPHREY BQGART Academy Award winner for "The African Queen" AUDREY HEPBURN Academy Award winner for"Roman Holiday" WILLIAM HOLDEN Academy Award winner for' r Sialag 17" •WAl.TM HAMPDRN - JOHN WILLIAMS • MARTHA HYT.R • JOAN WHS W,,ii*. (or iht fcr«nk; BII1Y WIIJttB. SAMUEL TAY1.0R i*| OINMT LEHMAN r,., ,h. ,4., k, JAHuaTmoK. A PARAMOUNT riatRf. PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON At Th* First Sign—Get BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT Bride-Elect of E. B. Gee, Jr. Honored with Tea at Gee Home Mrs. E. B. Gee entertained at her home on North Highway 61 Thursday with a tea complimenting Miss Rosemary Monaghan, bride-elect of her son, E. B. Gee, Jr. Mrs. Gee. wearing a white trigere dress studied with rhinestones and a pink camellia corsage backed with velvet leaves; Miss Monaghan, wearing a re-embroidered lace model over flush pink imported cotton and a white orchid corsage, and Mrs. Matt Monaghnn, mother of the honoree,. wearing a shell-pink satin ton of Helena and Mrs. I. M. Alldredge, groat-aunt ol Mr. ONse, wer« in the recreation room. s Others assisting were Mrs. Manan Bell, Mrs. Harry A. Haines and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Jr., of Steele. The Tea table' was overlaid with a denlce lace cloth and centered with arrangement of delicate pink damask with velvet trim and a pink | shades of stoqks, tulips and rosei camellia corsage with pink velvet leaves formed the receiving line. As guests arrived they were greeted at the door by Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. B. H. Kirby. In the living room, Mrs. John R. Bailey of Portageville, Mrs. Benjamin vlnyard of Cape Girardeau, Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. R. N. Ware of Talullah, La., formed a receiving line. Mrs. Clifford .councille, Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mrs. Tom Hunter of Phoenix, Ariz., grandmother of the groom-elect, and Mrs. John Knowl-' home. in a silver bowl. Other silver appointments were used about the dining room. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs. R. F. Klrsh- ner, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Byron Morse. .Those assisting were presented with white camellia corsages backed with silver glitter. Shades of pink tulips, stocks, gladioli and roses were used in silver appointments throughout the Gee Mr. and Mrs. James to Be Honored Beacon Baptist Church Circles conducted meetings in the homes of members this week. J. O. Y. Circle met in the home of Mrs. Thomas Johnson Tuesday with seven members present. Mrs. Fred Hodge opened the meeting with prayer. Following the program, Mrs. Fred Hill dismissed the group. Dorcas Circle met in the home of Mrs. John Shanks with eight members present. The Rev. J. J. Johnson gave the devotional and message and iMrs. J. J. Johnson opened the meeting with prayer, Mrs. Hodge dismissed the group. Esther Circle met with Mrs. Robert Colman with seven present. The Rev. Mr. Johnson led the opening prayer and several ladies presented a program. Mrs. Lealand Hodge dismissed the group. Tonignt, Mr. and Mrs. Linard James and family will be honored iwth a going-away dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shanks. Following the supper the Wo- nicn's Missinoary Association and Men's Brotherhood will present the James family with a gift. Workshop Conducted by ArmorelHDClub A workshop was held at the Forty aiid Eight Youth Center Thursday by the Armorel Home Demonstration Club. A potluck luncheon preceded the shop. The ten members and one visitor, Mrs. Lee Stiles, spent the afternoon in painting pictures, making shadow box frames and appliquinj quilts. Mrs. Grace Adkisson will be hostess to this group at her horns March 3. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blythevill* S£ Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 n.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY Double Feature , Brave Swords! Bold tipsfl PAN1SHMAIN JAUREENO'HARfl'-PAULHENREID ,'WUI St(»«..«IHKIf B«INfS mmmaim V —AND— REX ALIEN: KOKO ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 P.M. 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