The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVH.LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1»M - Society News — IA Awn Mollnrv Srviprv RMif/ir * Pho Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 R. Crawford, Miss Jackson Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Jackson announce the marriage of their daughter, Nelta Sue, to Richard M. Crawford of Windfield, Kans. The couple exchanged vows Thursday »t New Liberty Baptist Church with the Rev. Orville McGuire, pastor, officiating. Floor baskets filled with white ehrys&ntemums and candelabra holding white tapers formed the background for the wedding party. Mrs. Hilton Stephenson presented nuptial music. Mrs. Bill Wixon, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a dress of pale blue taf- Jet* featuring R fitted bodice andj bouffant skirt. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a waltz length gown of bridal white taffeta. The bouffant skirt was attached to a fitted bodice. Ivy Jackson, brother of the bride, served as best man. Mrs. Richard Crawford ents. The Dride is a graduate of Burdette. High School and attended Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge. Mr. Crawford, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Crawford of Blytheville, is a graduate of Windfield High School and also at" The couple will make their home' tended Southern Baptist College. He In Blytheville with the bride's par- I is now employed by Hays Store. Jumpers In Duplicate 8316 M jrl*. By 9ue Burnett Side-buttoning jumpers for mother and daughter. Pattern No. 8315 is in sizes 10, 18, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 3% yards of 35-inch. Pattern No. 8316 is in siezs 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, 1H yards of 35-inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 35c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevllle Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6; Illinois. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Fall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Coming Events MONDAY Executive Board of First Baptist Church WMtJ meeting at home of Mrs. C. M. Smart for luncheon. Hostesses are Mrs. Smart, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. Hays Sullivan, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Circles of Trinity Bapfet Church meeting. Jewel Abernathy with Mrs. John Buchanan, 2 p.m. Evelyn Stanford Circle with Mrs. Henry Berry, 2 p.m. Circle Three with Mrs. E. O. Loyell, 2 p.m. Mildred Matthew with Mrs. Virgil Shasser, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe with Mrs. Bonnie Batmon, 7:30 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship meets at church. Executive board at 10:30 a.m.; luncheon at 12 a.m. and general meeting at 1 p.m. Dale Carnegie Club International will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Dr. Jack Webb's office. TUESDAY Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Oarrard Caudill. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 7:30 p.m. CIS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Country Club League has meeting. WEDNESDAY Lange PTA has general meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executiv- board meeting at 2:30 p.m. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Turner. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Emanon club meeting with Mrs Ed Townsend. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs, Felix Carney. FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Bladder'Weakness' If worried by "Bladder Weakness" I Getting Up Nights (too Irequent. burning or Itch- Ing urination) or Strong. Cloudy TJrlnel due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations, try CYSTEX for qutck, gratifying, comforting help. A billion CYSTEX tablets success. Ask druggist for CYSTEX under money-back guarantee.. See how much better you feel tomorrow. GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT First Bfytheville Showing ' An AiUtO ARTIST* MCTUK PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS TUESDAY"*" WEDNESDAY" Double Feature —AND— MHIMA TMSK-WOiF Seventy-Seven Points High in Bridge Game Seventy * seven points comprised the winning score in the seven table Howell masterpoint game played by Duplicate Bridge League Saturday. Mr*. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. P. W. Whitnev held this score. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Jim Boleson came in second with 74V6 points with Mrs. Ed Peters of Ca- ruthersvilLe and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele taking third place with 72 points. Fourth place went to Mrs. O. W Coppedge and Mrs. O. C. covmcille who had a total of SS'A points. With 60% points, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen won fifth place, Osceola Visitors Honored With Luncheon Joe Cotton was host to five women for luncheon at the Rustic Inn in Osceola Friday. His guests Included Mrs. R. N- Harwood of Morrlstown, Tenn. Mrs. Perrin Williams, Mrs. J. B. Carpenter and Mrs. W. P. Alexander of Dyersburg, Tenn. and Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceola. The five women and Mr. Cotton were all classmates during their childhood in Dyersburg. Mrs. Harwood, a cousin of Mr. Cotton and the other out-of-town women came over for the day 'to see him since his illness of two weeks ago at Osceola Memorial Hospital. " An arrangement of purple gladioli and fern centered the table, . Bits of News Also Cartoon At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Alice Smith, Rives, Mo. Maxine Crosskno, City Lucille Clayton, City Mrs. Blan Williamson, Rt, 1, Steele Mrs, James McDermott, City Chtckasawba. Hospital Mrs. Frances Hardy, City Herbert Fleeman, City Mrs. Charles Richardson and baby, II ty Claude Williams Jr., City Mrs. Kenneth Felker and baby, Steele Marlen Bracken, City Mrs. Phillip Ball, City David Cunningham, City William Martin, Conway Mrs. Allie Hardy, City Mrs. Weylon Jobs and ba.by, Manila Mrs. Dick Logan of Sikeston, Mo., was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. , The Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Rains. Mrs. J. N. Long and Ed Brather left this morning for Hot Springs where they will attend the District Council of Assembly of God Churches. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughters Miss Evelyn Blythe and Mrs. Ernest Parker, spent Saturday in Memphis visiting Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. Finley Cartwright. They were accompanied home by Mrs. J. M. Parker of Corinth, Miss., who is visiting her son, Ernest Parker, and Mrs. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bare of Little Rock spent yesterday here visiting her sister, Mrs. Annabel Pill, and son. Hollis Taylor of Flint, Mich., and Miss Ada Shelton of Clarkton, Mo., visited Mrs. Grace Taylor and Mrs. W. B. Taylor and children yesterday. Mrs. G. E. Caudel has returned to her home in Covington, Tenn., after a week's visit here with her sister, Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, and Mr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown of Risco, Mo., were guests yesterday of her sister, Mrs. R. V. Mallory, and family. Miss Gail O'Rear spent the weekend in Warren visiting relatives. Miss Melba Pryor spent the weekend in Magnolia visiting Glenn Harvey. While there she was a guest in the home of Mr. Harvey's brother, George Harvey, and family. Miss Barbara Monaghan, a faculty member of Sikeston schools, spent the weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Mrs. Lawrence Edwards of Crossett is spending this week here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gary. _ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas TegefchofT and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tegethoff and sons spent yesterday in Memphis. Among Blytheville residents in Little Rock Saturday to attend the University of Arkansas-Oklahoma A. and M. football game were Mr. .nd Mrs. Harold Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owen and Mr. and Mrs. ,Hildred Bunch. Jack Lackmann, formerly of Bly- thevilie, now attending Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., will appear on a college quiz program as a member fo the W. and L. team against Fordham University over NBC, WMC, Memphis, Sept. 28. Jack is the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Lackmann of Lexington and F. G. Lackmann of Blytheville. W. C. Higginson is critically ill in Chickasawba Hospital. He is not! allowed to have visitors. His daugh- i ter, Mrs, James Rodgers, of New- | port has arrived here to be with him. REAL HAT — The return of the real hat as fall companion for clothes with a slim look is evident in the hats we show here. Big bonnet (upper left) combines black and white plumage over orange wool jersey. 'Chanda has jet-sequinned the black feathers. Sally Victor uses gleaming blue panne velvet -(upper center) for a sculptured hat with seashell look. Elaborately draped chignon pillbox In cognac velvet (upper right) is by Adolfo of Emme. White winter Small Hats Take on a New Look felt hat (lower left) has brim appliqued with apron of brown and white ponyskin. This design is by Laddie Northrld&e. Nutria is used by Walter Florell for golden honey pillbox and muff (lower center). Hat is trimmed with many-colored quill. Oriental influence appem in turban (lower right) by Chanda. Spangles and jewels highlight jewel-toned chenille alternated with gilt ricrac braid in a hat that hides the hair and displays the profile. By GAILE DUGAS NBA Women's Editor NEW YORK — (NBA) — The real hat is here. To identify the real hat (as differing from a hat that's unreal), you must be armed with knowledge. You're looking for a hat with a taller crown or a hat that's wider ill around. More hat for your mon- ••y. Then, of course, there's the straight, flat tambourine that widens out from the head and either dots the I or forms a T with the slim, narrow look of the new fashions. Pick your own letter; everything in fashion is somehow tangled up with the alphabet these days. If you don't like large hats or they're not your style, you needn't wear them. Small hats have a fresh look this year. The pillbox is a little deeper, . profile hats are softened by draping. One thing many women do poorly is get in and out of a car. Practice a little. If that fails, the models' trick is to stare right into the eyes of the guy who's holding the door so he won't watch your struggle with feet and hands. KEEP THIS AD! Over 15,000 Arthritic and Rheumatic .Sufferers have taken this medicine since it came on the hiar- ket. Free information by giving your name and address to URA'ZIL MEDICINE CO., P. O. Box 522, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 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India's jeweled work, in the glittering golden threads of the Far East. Lots of fluffy fabrics this year, such as furry beaver in sapphire and emerald. Pur felts are thickly piled for a vivid look and rough felts have a whitened surface. Color for both fur coats and smaller furs has brought back the fur hat in a big way. This year fur is used for large-brimmed casual hats as well as small, elegant hats for late-day and dressy wear. Lapin is used in many colors for bats that are pretty but not expensive. Trimming Is not so important this year because color and fabrics are. Where jeweling is used, it's usually a single jewel In. matching color of a massing of colored jewels In Oriental fashion. nur For Girls to Play BRIDE A real grown-up looking Bride's ensemble — Bride'i Bouquet, Crown and Veil, Photo Album, little blue garter all in a beautiful hat box. Die our Lay-away LAD & LASS! 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