The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1968 · Page 3
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Ceuri»rKm - SPRING EVENINGS WILL BE GLAMOROUS. According to the New York Spring Fashion collections, hemlines, can be long or short. Luxurious silk crepe with a froth of jewels at the neckline (left) has short sleeves. Jewels also streak down the front pleat. This is by Murray Nieman for Hannah Troy. Perfect for any social occa- sion is Jo Copeland's white fringe short evening dress (center). White chiffon flows from a cotton brocade bodice, embroidered in silk and beads (right). The bolero jacket has the same embroidery. This is by Karen Stark from Harvey Berin's Spring '68 collection, perfect for a night on the town. 1 <? • / J D I Social and j-^eFSonal otei Local college students that,dents at Arkansas State Uni- visited their parents over the, versity, spent the holidays with holidays were: Stepehen Deen, from the University of Arkansas was the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deen. Tommy M. Burns from the University of Mississippi visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes. • Roger Oldham, a student from the University of Arkansas, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Leonard Oldham. their mother, Mrs. Ben Eoff of Dell. Linda Armstrong spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong of Dell. She is a student at Arkansas State University. Sylvia Keener spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Keener of Dell. She is a student at Arkansas State University. Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Hall Stephen Brister, from the Uni- have returned from Memphis the University of Arkansas, was | where Reverend Hall was a pa- the guest of his mother, Mrs. Vernice ''Brister. Mr. and Mrs. John Watson had as their guests, their daughter, Sharon Carson, from the University of Arkansas. Freddie Edwards was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards. He is a student at the University of Arkansas. Blan Heath Jr., from the University of Arkansas, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath. Ward O'Keefe, a student at fiie University of Arkansas, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Van Parker, from the Uni- tient in a hospital there. He is at home at 1045 W. Ash and is allowed visitors. Tom Bottom is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. He is in Room E - 9. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Taylor have returned to Fayetteville, after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Taylor. Mrs. Jim Belle Luckett will undergo surgery at Campbell Clinic, this morning in Memphis. She is in Room 862 - E. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Jim Chip- wood and daughters, Karen and Carol, have returned to their i their home in Ellsworth Air Joseph Love Inc. Presents Children's Fashion Show By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - Tugging at reluctant puppies and wearing skirts almost as short as those seen on their mothers, mere babes toddled down the runway to demonstrate just what the youngster generation is coming, to—in terms of fashion, anyway. Since Wednesday designers showing at the New York Couture Group's spring previews have been illustrating the high cost of maintaining big girls in the style i n which they have grown to be accustomed. They become accustomed early and grow from there, from indications of the kiddy show given Friday by Joseph Love Inc. While they don't wear mink coats—possibly because this is spring line—the minisnob set cuts a swathe in a wardrobe that matches the resort cult. There is just the thing for Palm Beach—a . high-waisted provincial print sun dress with matching pants. A blue sash hanging slack over white dotted Swiss over-all printed dress is just the thing for ballet. The world travelers have several assortments of, crisp, floral short-sleeved coats with their — Society News ^ fr'hyffla feed, Sodetjr Editor Ph. PO First Baptist W.M.U. Has Council Meeting Monday Th« Woimn'f Missionary. Un-| coming quarter. Ion Council meeting of the First Baptist Church was held Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wayne Friday read the calendar of prayer and gave the devotional. Mrs. Robert Hall I»v« the opening prayer. Mrs. Friday, president, presided over the business meeting and Mrs. Jim Nowlin read the minutes of the last meeting. The committee chairman gave reports concerning activities of the past quarter and plans were made and discussed for the The- following 'announcements were-made: A Bible, study -will be-taught by Dr.' James .Tull, Jan.. 21 through. 24. •.' ' i OirFeh 11, Dr Clyde Hart of the .State Missions Department, will be in charge of the services. The state W.M.U meeting will be, held at the First Baptist Church in West Memphis, March 25 through 27. Mrs..;v.Friday.: -"dismissed-. the meeting with prayer. Refreshments:were sened Mrs. Scott Presents I - y Chapter N Program Friday Mrs. Burford Scott and Mrs. India Green, both of Memphis were guests yesterday when Chapter N. P. E. 0. met in the home of Mrs. Chester suits inspired by the gangsters of the '30s; Scarlet O'Haras in tight-waisted dresses with burgeoning skirts; and flower chil- j dren in sweet little floral embroidered dresses are the ABC's of young fashion today. This could be a report on Jarne s Vannoy were guests of grown girls' fashions this year]the •'-*• since mothers have been stealing little girls' styles Mrs. Caudra Hosts Bridge Club Friday Friday Bridge Club playec yesterday In the home of Mrs. M. J. Caudra. Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. little girls' styles for the past two years. It was just retri' bution that little girls should be back to copying them again- even though it is hard on the bill-paying man of the family. versity of Arkansas, was the j Force Bas6) g _ D; after spend- — guest of his parents, Dr. andi ing tne no ijd a y s with her par-1 own little shifts as well as a var- TWrC ArllO PflrkplV ! ___i_ •»*_ 1 »*• Ti t~> frill I 1^4,T «f 1m;in *Uni nnnlr »m11 n«/1 Mrs. Orlie Parker. Judy Porter was the holiday! f Blytheville, and'his parents guest of her parents, Mr. and jn Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. R. A. Porter. She is a student at the University of Arkansas. Charlotte Tolley, a student at Ouachita Baptist University, was the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tolley. Doug Summerville, from the University of Arkansas, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Summerville. . Doug and Mike Smith, students at Missouri State University, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith. Susan Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood, spent the holiday in Blytheville. She is a student at the University of Arkansas. Sharon Baguley, Sheila Baguley and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Baguley, from the University of Arkansas, were the guests of their mother, Mrs. Sidney Baguley. Lynn Lawshe iias returned to Stevens College at' Columbia, Mo., after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lawshe. Patty Sue Harris, a student at Memphis State University, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Sharon Loveless, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Loveless of Dell, spent the holidays with her parents. She is a student at Memphis State University. Gary Lee and Diane Brownlee spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownlee. Gary is a student at Arkansas State University and Dianne is a student at Hendrix College in Conway. Pamela Ann Fowler, a student at Arkansas State University, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fowler. Ricky and Cathy Eoff, itu- ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hill iety of knits that pack well and never wrinkle. High waists, low waists, no Lt. Donald L. Burnett has re-1 waists > chains and brass-buckled belts, boutique-like little shifts made of clashing panefs turned to Wichita Falls, Tex., after spending the holidays with Mrs. Burnett and son, Glenn Allen, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Burnett. Lieutenant of color; navy capes with military flavor of brass buttons and epaulets; white blouses frothy Burnett is attending a Govern- j tt ' ith ru f» ed 'a<*; tou g" stri P ed ment secret service school. Mr.. and Mrs. Forrest Cole announce the birth of their second child, a son, born Dec. 29. He has been named Richard Brett. They are parents of a is the former, Miss Jean Baugb man. Grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. Edgar Cole of Burdette and Mrs. Oma Dei] Baughman ', of Little Rock and A. L. Baugh- daughter, Gina Lynn. Mrs. Cole j man of Dallas, Texas. JUMPER-SHIFT In beige Dacnm and eotton permanent press adds fashion dimension to • young lady's active fife <ltft). A double row of button trims the bodice and iklrt Not prats, not • sUrt, but a eutotte of Oacron aud cotton gabardine (right) h worn with a rtrlped blouse of natchlnc fabric. Th«ie are Run Girl fashion*. Coming Events Monday Tops Club Rebekah Lodge 18 Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 279, Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Sac-ettes E. H. Club. Blytheville Hairdressers Blytheville Little Theatre YMCA 7:30 p.m. Lake Street W.S.C.S. American Legion Auxiliary, S p.m. Little Hut Altrusa Club of Blytheville 7 p.m. Dell Baptist W.M.U. C.W.F. Circles of the First Christian Church Tuesday Yarbro E. H. Club Blytheville High School P.T.A Officers Wives Club Burdette P.T.A. 7:30 p.m. Armorel-ettes E. H. Club B & P W Club Contact Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Dell P.T.A. 3 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. 3 p.m. Dogwood E. H. Club Nazarene World Mission Society 7:30, p.m. at the church Armorel W.M.U. 7:30 p.m. at the church Town and Country E. H. Club Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Thursday Thursday Club Golden Age Club Blytheville Jaycettes ia Jaycee Ciubroom Junior members Dud Cason Unit 7 p.m. in Little Hut Lutheran Women's Guild 1 p.m. Family Service Coffee, Kingsley Hall 1:30 p.m. Club 28, Blytheville Country Club. Friday Friday Bridge Club Winners were Mrs. Vannoy, Mrs. Ben Harpole . and Mrs. Don Smith. The Club win play next week in the home of Mrs. Blan Heath, E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club will meet Wednesday for .their regtilar luncheon meeting in the home of Mrs. Jerry Hearn, 309 Stemac with Mrs. Bob Schmalz as hostess. Mrs. Halstead Hosts Club T and C Bunco Club met Wednesday in the home of Mr*. Shirley Halstead. Mrs. Nadine Crenshaw won nigh and Mrs. Utha Muffin won big buncos. Mrs. Dorothy Janet won low and Mrs. Betty McGee won traveling. The club will meet next month in the home of Mn, Annette Snow." Each member donated sheets to the American Cancer Society. Eastern Star To Install Officers Blytheville Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star will install new officers Monday night at the Masonic Temple at t p.m. Mrs. Maldie Burgess will be installed as worthy matron and Shields Edwards will be instated as worthy patron. Friends and relatives of of- 'leers and members have been nvited to attend. Band Parents Will Meet Tuesday Blytheville High School Band Parents Association will meet Tuesday at 7:10 p.m. in the band building. Randan Hawks fa president. BIG RECORD SALE COMPLETE STOCK ADKISSON RECORD SHOP Reg. $4.98 Now $4.65 R«* $i.9t Now $J.« All Single* 75« Mill Ordm Awpt**! PH. POS-NSf Caldwell. Jr. rs: Scott, who teaches crea- alive art In Memphis,-presented a program entitled "Antique Art," . .... She brought many objects done by students in her classes ,Among:;.them'•';were restored figurines, picture frames, tole paintings and a- few pieces of fu'rniture. ' Mrs. Scott showed an antique doll'trunk belonging to Mrs R A. Nelson of Blytheville, wljich had been restored by Mrs Nelson in one of Mrs Scott's classes. The next metting will be a 1 u n c h eon at the Blytheville Country Club, Jan 19 Hostesses will be Mrs Dan Caldwell, Mrs. E. J Cure and Mrs: Wallace Hoke. Try-uilng ;prune:juJc« Insttti o< waterifor.ibrwing.Swin ir^Mriefftifce 'to- • .retl navor>boQ5ter. : Go.od in poi ,-too " r , •^'•'•^ , where It be!««H*W*««talWai!e«AjBerlaiirtyle in thif L»B«OB hwk (mat toft),a poor boy tap of white felt #1* toatrartnj fciftet WMt «4 ejewn fatten. 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