Gladewater Daily Mirror in Gladewater, Texas 24 Jan 1950
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Gladewater Daily Mirror (Newspaper) - January 24, 1950, Gladewater, Texas
Page two tuesday january 24, 195tj4 the Gladewater da1lt Mirr of miss Ellis is complimented by luncheon among the pre nuptial entertainments for miss Mamie Irene Ellis was the Small intimate luncheon Given at 12 30 in the flame room at Longview by mrs. M. D. Swearingen and mrs. Bill r. Ponder. Miss Ellis marriage to or. Dan Higdon will take place Here on the morning of february to concentration of the decorative plan was on the luncheon table Centrepiece which was made of heart shaped frames wrapped in White Satin and ranging from the Large Central piece to smaller ones on either Side. Tied at the top of the hearts were tiny White wedding Bells. Backing the hearts and interspersing them were White carnations and Blue Iris and Blue Fern. The luncheon menu began with Tomato juice cocktail entree was creamed diced Turkey in Patty shells and vegetables were asparagus and Parsley potatoes. Hot Rolls were served. Coffee and Cherry pie completed the menu. A White Carnation Corsage was Given the honoree by her hostesses. Mrs. Harold Johnson entertained the luncheon group with a humorous Reading. The hostesses then presented miss Ellis with a Kitchen indexed recipe file in which each guest had written and placed her favorite recipe. The special gift miss Ellis received was a Gravy boat in off White and Gold which matched her dinner franciscan China. Besides the hostesses and the guest of Honor those attending were mrs. John Chesney t h e Bride s Mother and mrs. Pillow her grandmother Longview mrs. J. R. Cunningham of Kilgore an aunt of the Bride elect mrs. Nile Freeman or. Of Longview mrs. Harold Johnson mrs. John Osteen miss Merle Ticer miss. Isabell Korkmas miss Paulino Kirk mrs. Alton Coats and mrs. V. E. Brady. Composer playwright woman a Page Mary c. mrs. B. E. editor Telephone 333 to the ladies a senator does a Lillie Cowling Gladewater Man marries in Deridder recently Man in i at Deridder la., is or. Herman Rogers son of mrs. J. E Rogers of Gladewater. He married miss Bennie governale daughter it or. And mrs. Joe governale of Deridder in a morning ceremony performed by Rev. Francis Lundgren in the Home of Tho brides parents. The Bride Given Iii marriage by her father was attended by miss Ann Delia. Attending the gloom was or. Roy Joyner of Gladewater and mrs. Sam Gover Nale brother of the Bude a usher. At the reception which followed immediately after the ceremony miss Isabelle Ilar reek mrs. Peter Ventruella sister of Bride and mrs Charles gov Ehl ple served the wedding cake Anni punch. Alter the reception or. And mrs. Rogers came to Gladewater for a Brief visit with the Groom s Mother mrs. J. E. Rogers. She entertained them with a wedding supper. Or. Rogers is employed by the Magnolia Oil co. And they will be at Home at Deridder 411 Bon Ami Street. See us for Antiques to beautify your Home Holcombe House Cotton at Ursi Iun Bennett s East Texas revue to have new showing or. Ken Bennett Gladewater virtuoso who is known All Over East Texas for his tuneful mils Cal comedy a East Texas revue a is going to be heard from again when the revue is produced in february by the newly organized East Texas Little theater. A East Texas revue a while not the customary fare of Little theatres is certainly a Happy Choice for it is a great favorite with stage Boeing folks in Tho East Texas area. Long familiar to radio audiences or. Bennett delivered a neat tuneful and pleasantly funny package in East Texas his music has an easily remembered lilting Quality which of itself alone makes the musical amusing and the songs do precisely wit at Mush a1 come in songs Are supposed to do. Highlight the Story introduce the principals in new Guise and break the prose lines. Or. Bennett is both an Mareom polished pianist and organist. He Bas recently written and Compo cd the music and Lyric. For a other musical revue which he will produce As a Road shove. He was formerly general manager of Usu. A East Texas revue i under the direction of or. Sic Hurwitz. Is ast Texas Little theatre direct or a word of appreciation to those who have Given us their parties and various items of interest to society. Remember our telephones 35. 65 and 333 and All of your news is wanted and is of interest. Thank you. Stray thoughts can oftentimes be gems of merriment Wisdom or common sense that come to us from the sub conscious and which we really should store very carefully away within our consciousness and keep for ready reference. Here Are a few that have always been worthy remembering it is far far better to say too Little than too much. Never say anything you will be afraid to have quoted Back to you. Be quite sure your mistakes will catch up with you. It is a vet v sound idea to try to keep a Safe margin for error. Be generous rather than just. People Are never anything but human beings for clothes tic not make the Man or woman they simply disguise. Stay on speaking terms with your own conscience and All the world will respect you whether it Speaks to you or not. Dare always to be yourself. Consideration is the basis of Courtesy and it does not mean Alto gather the Laige the Noble and the ostentatious act of Coli Side it Ion it also Means consideration in the smaller acts tasks and Peri ordinances of life s routines. If Courtesy were priced and sold for what it is Worth no one could Purchase it for no one is that Rich. Not even the world has Mono enough to pay the full value of Courtesy. Use your mind ifs a muscle like your heart. It can atrophy from disuse. Events to come Jan. 24 family night Pineland Golf and country club 7 p in hosts and hostesses or and mrs. W. A Bennett or. Telephone tilt or. And mrs. Tommy league Telephone 1606f1 and or. And or w. F. Starnes Telephone 546m1 for reservations. Jan. J i. Do is do Square dunce club 8 p. I elementary Choel gymnasium music by tills Square dance band and red wan a. Your theatre presents by Christopher Ervin Rose of Santa Rosa a Columbia s action musical fiesta is opening today at the cozy along with a i was a male War the Cary Grant Ann Sheridan comedy. Tar two Days. Both pictures w la close Arne of Santa Rosa brings the hoc Lei hot shots the philharmonic Trio and Aaion Gonzalez and his orchestra to the screen in an Ordinary but pleasing Romance. As most musicals do Little attention is Given to the plotting of the store for it is the music that matters most so the Story Here do is with the impoverished Don Jose and his Bea Ful Delores. She decides to establish a night club and get Soni of her musician Friend. As performers and so recover the Lam Lye a Fortune. Complications arise of course we expected them to and should have been disappointed if the had not but the Mettle displayed by Delores and her Lover Ramon overcome the complications and everything ends nicely for everybody including the audience. Then there is Gary Grant a French army Captain who gels himself married to an american wac lieutenant and ifs a sore Tern pint on in re to make a pan Abr la wac and Wacky that the sort of thing that picture can do to a Normal pet Ion who die Uke puns. Made by twentieth Century l of direr Ted by Howard Hawk and produced by sol c. Ii get it of i of Tho delightful fun for Quot in Henri Rochardt a correction due to i Moi men s Slacks were advertised of 1/4 off sunday Junuata 22nd., in the Palace clothiers advertisement. This was incorrect. There is no reduction on men s Slacks. Glace to i Liers. Gladewater s f i nest men s store i a Story of his experiences As a male War Bride. Sheridan has Long ago proved her ability As a comedienne and Grant showed a Nice flair for it in a every girl should be married a but in a i was a male War Bride Quot he brings to his comedy a shading of pathos that is the basis of All real comedy. Conflicting military and civilian red tape brought about the matrimonial complications Between the actress who plays a wac lieutenant and Cary As an officer of the French army. Although the first time they marched to the altar for the cameras they manifested great entitle in in and wound up the nuptials with a tight Clinch sue feeding rites found their Fervour waning. For the second marriage a military affair wit a chaplain officiating Hawks asked the stars to reveal by their acting that the spirit of the occasion has been somewhat dulled. Ann and Cary i Ani fest of near boredom in die third wedding conducted by civil authorities even prompting the Justice of the peace from memory when he fluffed a line. By the time number three rolled around. Hawk had a problem How to quench that gleam in Caryl Eye when he moved in to by s the curvy red haired actress Tho director s solution forestalled the gleam by filming a marriage a Day but excluding the final Clinch then two entire Days were set aside for the Al my scenes at the Gregg vie mature and Betty Hutton open in a red hot and Blue and continue through wednesday this was previewed Jan. 22 in Thi column. Jan. Bitch in i hour to to i i a. In., Gladewater Public Library Story hour Tor pre school age children. Jan. 25 meeting of the Gladewater Garden club. In a Iii Community building. Jan. 25 la a. In. Gladewater music club meeting anti overed dish luncheon in Home of mrs. Ray Bumpus. Luncheon at 12 noon. Jan. 25 ail Day meeting of the Friendship club of Rebekah Lodge. Covered dish luncheon served at 12 noon. . Hall. Jan. 26 William Massios pianist concert. Prevented by Gladewater municipal concert association. Jan. 26 Rebekah Lodge will hold birthday and Budd night meeting 7 30 p. Rn., . Hall. Jan. 27 bridal Shower for miss Yvonne Cook in tilt hum. Of i i. J. Torbert 7 p. In. Jan. 28 Tea Shower for i Mamie Irene Ell. 3 to it p in in Tim Home of mrs. Bain leak. I of hostesses Are mrs. Earl \ odor i j. C. Mckean mrs. Elizabeth Everett and i Glenn Kincaid. Jan. 28 formal dance Community building 7 to to p m Ell o Brien Jimmy Green and Leland Gary. Hosts. Jan. 30 meeting Queen Esther Circle first methodist Church 2 p. In. With mrs. W. S. Mcallister. Jan. 31 reception by the . Lodge in the Lodge Hall. 30 r in. A i 1 bluest Lay three arts club at the first method t Chun ii 2 30 p. M. A fringe at the first methodist Church of i Yvonne Cook to or. Kruger Abel. Feb. 3 Louisiana hayride High school auditorium Lodge hour to be announced. R feb of a or let a Elliott cirt a Baptist web. Meeting in the Homo tit mrs. Charles Thomas. Feb. 9 rehearsal dinner 6 p. Rn., Ell. Higdon wedding a to at die Nome of mrs. Lola Fowler with mrs. Alton coat a i to ii. 1,1 marriage of miss Mamie Irene kill. To i Dan hit i Heresa Church Rev. John Mcna Mann officiating a a. M mrs. J. L. Taylor i lost Ess to Ruth Circle monday the Ruth Circle of the first Christian Church Moi Iii Iii i to i in j. L. Taylor in the Humble t amp on monday at 2 p. In. I Earl Cottrell gave the Devon Aal followed by prayed i Al ii j. Mason Secretary pie minutes of the last met i i Lucy Green had charges. Program and business Dis Nill and also brought in in i 11 m eng talk on the history of the i in i nil Nan Church in Grade Khz to i. Re with the Benun i it of cookies Sand ind calves were served to. My members mrs. Ellis ii i Earl Cottrell mrs. Hoi mall mrs. Angie grit ii Starke. Mrs. Ii liar i icy Green mrs. M audio a c Hogue mrs. J. P. I the hostess mrs. J. Family night observed by methodists a cozy moment Between Send one of the delirious moments in it first performance monday n it How a at n tonight. Cur to a Ned Burney and the. Aunt is Weldon Stan la. Socie i y a d v it Holt h 1 Lamity night tames in die re a 6 30 a unlit january 19. Held with Oil at the piano. Were or Arni or and i j Cannie Low Moi a. K England in Fleming and id John a la h Brooke Whitman i j to Mangum urn Killian and and or Rob m g a ii to dub id mrs if s in by i Lum legion Xii Iury by i Kyj mi.,. C i f uncork in her ii i Fen it Ai i i i on Hob head cold stuffiness a Tureveo of see Rosf it Relief put n i Nom drops Fri. Id of i who is la the Iii Longview in will by in Teresie i doing nicely. U hit Vicks h vats 0-no 51 drops take off ugly fat with this Home recipe Here in in Iru Poi in. Hum re Ltd to for if Ina off ungainly weight and h to tiring Back Tillung curves and Graceful tenderness. Just fret Fern your druggist four ounces of l a d . Add enough juice to Mike a runt. To it n just Ake two twi a Day. Vond. A l result a to obtained quickly. Now Vou May him Down your ii Urr aril lose pounds of ugly fat without bark big aking Maer it or diet. I a a easy to make and Rny to take. Contains nothing harmful. If the very first bottle does no to show you the simple easy Way to lose Bulky weight and help regain Alf rid. A mor e Graceful curves return the a a pts bottle and get your Money . Miss Ellis is i Given Crystal China Shower Mamie Irene Ellis Brid to be of or. Dan Higdon of Elpaso was complimented with a Crystal and it ii i n a Shower Given monday at 2 p. In. By Milt ii. Moore and i. Charles Johnson of Georgetown the affair was at the Home of or John Osteen. 405 Phillips drive. A Pink and White theme was featured in the decor of the Home. The Linen Laid Tea table was entered with a display of White carnations defining a whiff Satin heart All being or round d by fluted tulle Ami flanked on either Side by Burn my White tapers mrs. John bos Ney Mother of the Bride presided at the Silver Coffee service and others in the House party were mrs. Hamilton Jenkins a yid Moore mrs Glenn while mrs a. M. Pillow of Mineola grandmother of the Bride and mrs j r Cunningham of Khz Gore the honoree aunt. Out of town guests were Init Freeman mrs. R. L Smith or r r Rainwater i Chari is Wampler. Or. Dorothy Wamp let and or Alto Tatum All of Longview mrs. Woodrow Lange of Gregg not mrs. Mason rear Don of Linden and mrs. Allen Caldwell of Jacksonville. Miss Marie Sherman miss o. E. S. Study tonight / p. M. I miss Nita Joyce Robertson has Pau i the Eastern St will in i their study club tin Day right january 24, it 7 ii. In in the masonic Hall. Maroa be in a it e u i a Ander or Floyd Wampler mile i a Fowler i. Altun Coati i Pete Moo a i i Dell Korkmas i Merit Titer. I m. D sgt Irinne i Bill Ponder mrs Lynn Toh e i Hugh White . Mck it in i Ben Ada Mill int r Reeve my Nti a cd tid Imp Arian Wood. I\11 e i w a mex Mac Vito ii i it i Phillips. I j. Ill. Earl and mrs. O. M. Mil or Fred Watkin Nyji j t in Fisic i i Yle Jeff a i v tipi it it he t. Mrs. O. W mom or a ii Hancock or Cutrie it Milb i Miel Nabel n vat a or. Jack Yates mrs. Glenn Kincaid i Jeff Tor her to i. Mark i m mrs. K. It. Wythe i. A. F. Shepperd and Milo in Ben Shepperd All of Gladewater. Tead the classified Paci cot. A. To the Folk brio. I Monte i Eric Billy i Iti la i full 11 la. S e r v e l Gas refrigerator All year air conditioning Balei. 8r by Rico modern Supply co. Phone 1/31 Longview &ss5 have your filled prescriptions by our Belia ble pharmacist j. Friendly 2ouit<uu. Service Day drug company dressing table amp Bench $95 might stand $�95 2 Book cases students desk $495 110 n. Main phone 125 phone 4 j 0 Gli idolater a my hmm a a own
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