The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 11, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILL1 (ARK.) COURIEBNEWI SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1954 - Society News - ;. inn Mollnvv Snciet.v Editor / P"0 MiN Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 SOLOISTS — Mrs. George Lee, soloist tor First. Christian church, and Robert McHnncy, sololsi for First Christian Church, prepare for parts in the "Messinh," nt their respective churches to- morrow. These services olticlnUy open the Christmas season in the Blytlieville Churches. (Courier News I'liolo) ' Christmas Season to Be Opened In Churches With "Messiah" The Christmas season will be officially opened in Blytheville Churches tomorrow afternoon and evening When the First Methodist and First Christian Churches present the "Messiah." The First Christian Church will present the Christmas section of the "Messiah," by Handel nt 5 p.m. under the direction of Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston. Soloists will be Davis and Dnnny Cobb, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Robert McHaney, William Bailor, Jr., Mrs. John Burnett, Miss Joan Keith. Mrs. Jerry Morgan and Da- vld Burnett., Directed by Mrs. J. Wilson Hen- ry and accompanied nt (he orgim by Mrs. H. R. Jnyroe, First Methodist "Church choir will present parts of the "Mussluli" and conclude the program with the "Hiillu- lujah" chorus nt 7 p.m. tomorrow. Mrs. John Leonard Wall, Jr., nnd Mrs. 'George Lee will be soloists. At the conclusion of this program with the audience participating Christmas carols will be SIIIIB. Primary Group Has Christmas Party Primary Department One of First Baptist Church was entertained »t the home of Miss Millie Ann Mnl- lory lut night with B Christmas party. A lighted Christmas tree was used In tht living room along with a church scene on the radio, a sleigh Princess Look-Alikes holding baubles and pine cimcs and led by a lighted reindeer and Santa were used on the television. Candles nestled in angle hair and surrounded with blue bulls were used on the piano. Other lighted ornaments were used in the home. The table from which punch and Mary Martha Class Has Christmas Party M a ry M Suiicliiy School Clnss of Trinity Bupllst Churct hntl Us nmnml Chrlstmtis party ut the home of Mrs. H. H. Burnett last night. A covered-dish .supper wns served uud. In the meeting;. Mrs C. K. Parks K'iivn the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. D. Adklns. Following tlio exchange of Rifts Mrs. H. E. ViniClcvc dismissed the Ri'oi'P with prayer. fvult enkc were served wns ovcrlukl with a while linen cloth mid centered with a lai-fjc white candle sprinkled with gold sot, on a white CtirtsUnus liec. Miss Lortllu Mul lory presided at Uir table. Gold t;liltrring lea VPS, ball.s and angel hair .surrounded the punch bowl and cuke plate. j Mrs. John Tyrone led the npcn- | Ing prayer nnd t.he Christmas story j was Riven by Mrs. Jack Attnway. After the exchange of Rifts the Ki'oup spent the remainder of the evening Informally. B142 3-8 yrl. 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Razorback -DRIVE-IN\ 25 SUNDAY 125 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup—Tomato Juice ENTREE (Meat) Roast Sirloin nf Reef—Natural Juices 51.25 Baked Stuffed Pork Chops with Dressing- . . $1.25 Fried Chicken—Cream Gravy $1.25 CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Corn Saute Steamed Fresh Broccoli Candied Y.ams SALAD COMBINATION VEGETABLE SALAD DESSERT PEACH COBBLER We Serve Dinner Family- Style Every Wednesday Annual Christmas Tea Held At Women's Club Yesterday The annual Christmas tea was held at the newly redecorated Woman's Club yesterday afternoon. Ladies Bibk Class Has Christmas Party Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church held a banquet and Christmas party at the church last night. Holly, berries and candles were used the length of the table where the guests were seated. A violin solo, "O Holy Night," was presented by Mrs. Lacy Gordon, who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Henderson Hall. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger group. were guests of the Coming Events MONDAY Genera! meeting of Women of Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. This fs last meeting of year. WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meets at church, 10:30 a.m., for Royal Service Program. Marlon Cook Circle with Mrs. Idell Lowe, 7:30, and Mildred Matthew Circle at Chickasaw Courts for Christmas party. Methodist Circles meet in homes. Circle One, Mrs. Ray Hall; Circle Two, Mrs. George M. Lee; Circle Three, Mrs. J. W. Adams; Circle Four, Mrs. George Pyles; Circle Five, Mrs. W. L. Homer: Circle Six, Mrs. Ben White: nnd Circle Seven, Mrs. Richard Osborne. Baptist Circles meet in homes. Circle One, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Circle Two, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Circle Three. Mrs. C. E. Edds. Circle Four, Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Circle Five, Mrs. H. L. Halsell. Jr., lor 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon. Circle Six. Mrs. Bill Bannister, and Circle Seven, Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Afternoon unit of St. Stephen's Woman's Auxiliary meets with Mrs. Fred Sallba, 'I p.m. TUESDAY Mrs. Joe McHaney entertains GIB Bridge Club with luncheon. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. C. M. Smart, NN Bridge Club meets with Mrs. J. L. Wcstbrook, Jr. Trl-Town Club has luncheon and Christmas party at Country Club. La Petite Club hns Christmas Party at Country Club. Mrs. Leon Oennlng and Mrs Betty RUUcK cnterlntn Octave Club at the home of Mrs. Riales. Children's Party at Country Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Slg- irm Phi has Christmas party Hotel Noble Plantation Room, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Milton Howard, Mrs. Foy Etchleson and Mrs. Ooorgc Ford and Mrs. Bill Driver. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble, I p.m. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. M. O. Usrey are Box Office Opens 6:45 Slrow Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 1nc &• 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature —AND— RHYTHM-PACKED THRILLER! Serial "Batman" No. 7 Cartoon "Ghost Of The Town' 1 SUN., & MON. Double Feature —AND— JOHN WAYNE| Mrs. H. C. Bush presided over the meeting and Mr«. George Lee was in charge of the program. "The First Christmas Tree," by Van Dyke was told by Mrs Joe ['ride, Jr., and several Christmas carols were sung by the high school girl ensemble under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Throughout the club house Christmas decorations were used and a centerpiece of silver and blue «'a» created by Mrs. W. E. Hendrlx for the tea table which was overlaid with a lace cloth over blue. Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. Lee Stiles were in charge of the decorations. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Bush and Mrs. J. N. Smothermon. Hostesses yesterday were Mrs. Lee, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Mrs. Paul Pryor, Mrs. Kelton Prances, Mrs. V. O. Holland, Mrs. F. L. Husband, Mrs. William H. Wyatt, Mrs. J. C. Walters, Mrs. J. N. Smothermon, Mrs. C. A. Tant and Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Beacon Baptist Brotherhood Has Meeting present. Group .singing opened the meeting and the Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the mission study nnd dismissed the group with prayer. hostesses. Annie Armstrong Circle meets wtih Mrs. Lucy Koontz. WEDNESDAY Club Eight has Christmas party at the home of Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Wednesday Club meets at Country Club for Christmas party. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Herbert Graham, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY . La Nueve uiuo meets with Mrs Newton Whltls. Ladies pay at the Country Club. Mrs. S. E. Torjuscn having Christmas party for Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO Sisterhood has 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Elton Kfr- by nye co-hostess. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* N*Ht Sfvr Mrs. Garner Robtalns was hostess to her bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Max-Hart was a guest. The hoste3s served a dessert plate. Mrs. Bill Beall and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr entertained at canasta Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Starr. The 12 guests were seated at small tables which were centered with a Christmas arrangement. The hostesses served traditional Christmas custard and an assortment of holiday sweets. Christmas decorations over the fireplace, a sliver decorated tree and Santa Claus tallies completed the decorations. Prizes wrapped as Christmas gifts were presented to Mrs. Maude Hudson, Mrs. Bob Hesley and Mrs. Ted Woods. Mrs. John W. Edrington, her mother, Mrs. W, B, Flanigan, and Joe Peterson are driving next weekend to Ocala, Fla., where they will spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Edrlngton's daughter, Mrs. Earle Putch, and family. Joann Nelson and Wade Rogers played the leading roles Friday night when the senior play was presented at Osceola High School. The play was under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Burr and George Cone, Jr., acted as stage manager. Mrs. Searcy Mears was hostess Thursday to the Town and Country Canasta Club. Mrs. Mears invited as additional guests Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Jack TJzzelle, Mrs. John Enoch and Mrs. O. E. Massengill, The hostess served luncheon at 1 p.m. Mrs. B. Prank Williams Was missed Monday from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis and recuperating at her country home north of Osceola. Mrs. Alice Shaneyfelt of St. Louis is visiting her son, Eugene Shaneyfelt, and family. Despite the fact that several social events took place in Osceola Thursday night, the fashion show sponsored by the Osceola Progressive Club was a huge success. Out- of-town guests as far away as West Memphis crowded into the club room to get a glimpse of the holiday fashion modeled on local young girls and matrons. Models in Christinas reds and greens brought a big applause from the spectators. Mrs. Jettie Driver, gowned in a powder blue evening dress, was the moderator for the evening. A specialty dance by Elizabeth Ann Ivy carried out the approaching season when she tapped to the tune of "White Christmas," in three-quarter time. The barber shop quartet consist- Ing of Billy Frnzier, Henry James Swift, Bard Edrington and Joe Brown Gwyn sang several songs I tun ilia r to the older guests anti were "encored 1 * several times. The club room was decorated In .he Christmas motif and all who viewed the show left with the Christmas spirit. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville = Phone 3-4(i21 METRO NEWS Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATU R DAY Double Feature —AND— Also Cartoon & Serial Our Sat. ®) Owl Show Starts At j 11:30 p.m. LSHOW TONIGHT! Blytheville's FIRST SHOWING MR.MUGGS srm wr t L*o Huntt Gabntl Join IGORCEY . HALL . DELL . MARSH ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature —AND— FERHANOO UM4S - FUMIN6 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver were Memphis visitors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. V. C. Colbert entertained members of the three table pitch club at her home Thursday. Additional guests were Mrs. D. Ohlendorf and Mrs. George Raines. Mrs. Colbert served her guests strawberry parfait pie and coffee. h r i s t m a s was in evidence :hroughout Mrs. Colbert's home, Mrs. A. W. Bowen won high score, Mrs. Ed Bowles won low and Mrs. Ohlendorf was presented the guest prize. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wallace and son, Mtkt, and Mrs. C. H. Wallao* arrived yesterday from San Diego, Calif. Jim Bedwell is spending tht weekend in Memphis with his parent*. Mrs. Thomas Chapman, Mn. Aubrey Boyd, Mrs. Bill Jost, Mn. Hoyt Brown. Mrs. T. C. Brannum. Mrs. Victor Stilwell and Mrs. Kelton Prances were in Osceola ye«- terday to atend a reception givea for Miss Barbara Brown of Norwich, England who is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mayo and son. Full Gospel Young People Entertained Mrs. Pay Austin and Miss Bonnie Nell McCormick entertained the Young People of the Full Gospel Church last night at the' Austin home. A lighted Christmas tree and red and green paper streamers, bows and balls were used as decorations. The tabel from which punch and party foods were served by the hostesses was centered with an arrangement of angel hair, candles and baubles. In games played during the evening, winners were Bobby Richardson and Frances Walden. Christmas carols were sung by the group to conclude the evening. If you're going to the hospital, plan to take something for your hair, Leaning against a pillow can make your hair look odd. A selection of gay hair ribbons or swatches of pastel marquisette to hold the hall" down and provide a distract- bow will be a help. Also Cartoon Better Hurry... YOU have until December 13 to have your Portrait taken and delivered before Christmas. 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