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FAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1956 — Society News — • an* Mullnrv SAciotv Eriifnr / Pho MiM MUHi Ann Malktry, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mr. and Mr*. C. G. Redman, Jr. C G. Redman, Jr. Claims Hand Of Miss McLean in Ceremony In a holiday, ceremony at Clearwater, Fla., Dec. 30, Miss Harriet Irene McLean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. McLean of Clearwater, became the bride of Clarence George Redman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George Redman of Clarence McDermott is undergoing treatment at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. He is in Room 918. Mrs. McDermott Is in Memphis with him. Mrs. Nathan Wade of Fulton, Ky., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins. while her husband along with his brothers, Fred Wade of Martin, Term., Hubert Wade of Union City, Term., and Robert Wade, Jr., of,Blytheville, are on a business trip to Chicago. Condition of Ronnie Ellis, who underwent surgery at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis Saturday, is satisfactory. He is in Room 403. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies spent ;he weekend in Memphis visiting 3r. Mary Davis. n Burge and infant I daughter, ,who have been patients | n a Memphis hospital, are now at their home at 724 East Walnut, Miss Mary Venda Wade, daugh- »r of Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Wade, Jr., underwent an appendectomy ast night at Chlckasawba Hospi:al. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose hav» returned from a two-week vacation in Havana™ and Florida. They were oined in Miami, Fla., by Mr. and llrs. Nick Rose who are still vacationing there. Miss Carol Ann Holt, daughter of Mrs. Mino F. Dover of Blythevilie and student at Mississippi Southern College, has been named to the Dean's list for the last quarter at the college. ' ' Blythevffle. The couple exchanged vows at TftirJtjr Presbyterian Church in Clearwater..at high noon with the Rev. Hugh E. Powel, pastor, offl- oiating. Mrs. Druane Crowmer, organist, *cd Mrs. Harrison Harper, soloist, presented nuptial music. Mrs. Crowmer presented selections by Sibelius, Bach-Gounod, and Jensen. Tie chancel of the church was decorated with white gladioli and twin* lighted by white tapers in. •end candelabra'. MiM Barbara Allen served as maid of honor and only feminine attendant. She wore a sky blue ballerina length gown of silk acetate mad* along princes* lines. Her bandeaus was made of the HITM material covered with lace.•be carried a colonial bouquet of feathered pink carnations. ; Father Give. Bride HKJ bride entered the bridal aisle on *« arm of her father wearing a gown of imported French Chan- ttly lace and nylon tulle. The princess bodice of lace was enhanced wltto a tiny round.collar and long ealla pointed sleeves. The bouffant tulle skirt swept !n- Colorful Trim to a cathedral train and was overlaid with Chantilly lace. Her heart-shaped bandeau was fashioned of shirred tulle and lace edged with bridal pearls. From this fell her veil. The bride's colonial bouquet was composed of bridal white' roses, feathered carnations, lily-of-the-val^ ley centered by a pure white, orchid. Mr. Redman serve his son as, best man. TJshers were Wesley Wise and Elmer R. Nieberg, Jr., both of Dunedin, Fla. The bride's mother wore » brown crepe dress trimmed with pearl clasps. Her . accessories were in brown and she pinned a white orchid at her shouUier. Mrs. Redman wore for her son's marriage an Al Snyder original of rose satin trimmed with black bead- rng. She wore black accessories and completed her attire with a white orchid corsage. Reception Given Following the ceremony' the bride's parents entertained with a reception in Fellowship Hall of the church. * The bride's table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a four-tiered wedding cake which was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Surrounding the base of the cake were peace roses and burning on either side of the cake were white tapers in branched crystal candelabra. Peace roses were also used to en- Afternoon Patty Continues Pre-Nuptial Events for Miss Moore An afternoon party Saturday continued the pre-nuptia events honoring Miss Jimmie Lee. Moore, bride-elect of Jerry Strickland. The affair was given at the home of Mrs. Melvln Halsell with Mrs. C. L. Nabors and Mrs. Denny Byrum as co-hostesses. As guests arrived they were greeted by Mrs. Byrum who in turn introduced them to Miss Moore, her mother, Mrs. Boyce Moore, and the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Joe Strickland. The honoree greeted her guests in a dark green appliqued felt skirt and brown and chartruese off- shoulder blouse. Mrs. Moore, wore a green shealth dress and Mrs. Strickland was dressed in a navy blue suit. Gift corsage's ol white carnations tied with silver bows were presented to these three by the hostesses. Miss Moore also was given a sliver tray Entertaining rooms of the houi were decoarted using - a pink an silver color scheme with bouquets of baby pink chrysanthemums. ROM were used along with glittering pin and silver driftwood arrangements The refreshment table carried ou the same theme with the centerpiece being a giant silver wedding be standing a silver base aend backe with pink chrysanthemums,' silve leaves and malinetfluffs. Standing in this arrangement wer five glowing white tapers. Presiding at this table were Misses Kay Jobe and Gene Gaines. Assist ing were Misses Susan Moore, Sara Strickland and Diane Hatoell aloh with Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and Mrs J. M. Williams Jr. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Coming Events • MONDAY Ruth Class of . First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Burley Slayton, 7:30 p.m. Rose Marlowe Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Pike, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Officers Wives Club meeting at Rustic Inn, 12:30 p.m. Sudbury!PTA meeting, 1:30 p.m., jreceded by executive board meet- ng, 7 p.m. , - • • • Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Murl Lowe. 7:30 p.m. CIS Bridge Clubi meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Trl-Town. Club meeting with Mrs. Gene Teaford. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. E. Crlgger. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR meeting at Hotel Noble, ,1 p.m. hostesses are Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs, J. E. Dicks. Miss Ruth Massey, state regent, will be a guest at tie meeting. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. C. A.' Cunningham. TLE Bridge Club, meeting with Mrs. William Lambert. Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Elbert Johnson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H. G . Partlow. Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p.m., preceded by executive board meet- Ing at 2:30 p.m. City Council of Beta Sigma Ph! meeting with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Lottie. Moon TWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. with Mid-week Club meeting Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Altrusa Club meeting. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner entertaining Club .at the Country circle tht candlabra and punch bowl. Mrs. E. R. Nieberg, Jr., sister ot the bride, had charge of the guest book with Misses Mary Lou and I Thursday Shirley McLean, sisters of the bride, Club. , presiding at the table. Duplicate Bridge League meet- Other reception assistants were Mrs. C. S. Stiles, Mrs. James Mc- Mlllin, Mrs. Clyde Long and Mrs Robert Viser. The new Mrs. Redman wore ior her brief wedding trip, a mauve wool costume suit with black accessories and the "white orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will be at home in the Sheridan Surf Apartments, 425 Curf Street, Chicago 4, 111. 8351 1J-20 By Sue Burnett Here's a simple bare arm dress and bolero combination that Is charmingly enhanced with bold colors that are ironed ou. Pattern No. 8351 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size. 14, dress, 4% yards of 39-inch; bolero, 1 yard; transfer included. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring &. Summer 'M edition of our complete pattern mag- •Ilne Basic FASHION. It's filled , with smart, easy to sew designs, featurei. RADIUM'S RAYS M Si! tlp!u rayi, •r* mvlnf attorns of . •>•*. iW. wW<* are pur- 41 •t*etTlotty; and gammn Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Last 1 Times Tonight! RUNNING WILD .»(•!*•* HMUMlimiMIXMH. HCTUK tog. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Rodney Banister. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! CLOSED FOR REMODELING -Wptchfor Opening Date! Mrs. -Searcy Mears was hostess Thursday to the Town and Country Canasta Club. Mrs. Mears' .home was decorated with bowls of; white pom-poms. Chicken chow mein highlighted the. luncheon menu. In the. games of canasta Mrs. Charlie Lowrance won high score. Second high went to Mrs. B. Frank Williams. All members were present. Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro was hostess Thursday to her canasta club. Mrs. John Enochs was a special guest. ; : English plum pudding and coffee were served preceding the canasta games. Mrs. Bettye Ifelle Starr entertained Wednesday with a bridge party at her home. Fruit compote and pound cake were served to the sixteen guests upon their arrival. Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City was an out-of-town guest and won high score in the games of bridge. Mrs. J. L. Ward won second high and bridge went to Mrs. A. W. Bowen. Mrs. Jimmie Herndon was hostess Thursday to her .bridge club. Mrs. Palmer Stanton was a guest. A dessert course preceded .the bridge games. . High score was won by Mrs. M. S. Nichols. Second high, went to Mrs. Gamer Bobbins. : Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Neeley had as their guest during the past week her grandfather, J. W. Barran, from St. Charles, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Edrington, Jr., announce the birth of their second child bora at the Osceola Memorial Hospital last .Thursday. The baby was :named John A. Edrington, m. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Maloch-and* Mrs. Elsie Edrington and the late John A. Edrington, Sr. Sally Freeman. . LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Melviu Halsell. Burdete PTA meeting at 7:30 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting, 7 pjn. Eliott Fletcher Chapter of TOO having luncheon at Mrs. N. J. Humphreys, 115 W. Ash, 12:30 p.m. They will then go to home of Mrs. Loy Welch for program. FRIDAY Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse for covered-dish luncheon, 1 p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. E. B. Gee for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Ed , <5uinn was'i hostess Thursday to ..the Four-Table Brldgi Club for. luncheon. Guests, other than the members were Mrs. Wade Quinn of Mem phis, Mrs. Harris Parks of Union Citly, Tenn.,. Mrs. Reba Davidson of Uniontown,. Ala., Mrs. .C. E Dean, and Mrs. Joe Cromer. Mrs Tommy Florida was a luncheon guest. In the games of bridge that fol lowed the fried chicken luncheon Mrs. John W. Edrington won thi club prize, Mrs. Davidson ' the guest prize and bridgo was won by Mrs. Parks. Those attending th« associations WMU Rally Friday for the all-day meeting, in ' Blythevllle were the Rev. and Mrs. Percy F. Herring -Mrs. Searcy Mears, Mrs. Dwlgh Biackwood and Mrs. C. M. Horton Mr. and Mrs. W. C.' Crews -of Bakersfleld, Calif.,- are' visiting Mrs. Crews' mother, Mrs. Ethe Johnson. . Mrs.. Clarence. Wilson, of Blyth'e ville will spend two-months here with her sister, Mrs. Dwighf Biackwood. Mrs> Sam Coble of Osceola, Mrs J. A. Morgan of' Memphis an< Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zuber of For Scott, Kans., will leave Thursday for Guatemala to be gone for three weeks. They will spend severa days enroute in Havana. Their headquarters while in Guatemala will be in Guatemala City. Mr. and Mrs. Searcy Mears are leaving on Jan. 17 for El Paso Tex., where they will spend a week with Mrs. Mears' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers am Mrs. .Fred Jacobs of Memphis lef( Miami by plane this week for Ja maica, British West Indies, where they will vacation for ten days. Mrs. Hiram Alexander was hos tess Thursday to her canasta club Mrs. Alexander served a dessert course. Mrs. Ray Morgan won high score, Mrs. Leo Schreick, Jr., won second and low went to .Mrs. R. D Mears. Mrs. C. E. Dean entertained Frt day with a bridge party at her home complimenting Mrs, Harris Parks. Tarts and coffee .were served preceding the bridge games. •High score was won by Mrs. E H. Riley,. second high went to Mrs Spencer Driver and low went to Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. Mrs. H. J Hale won bridgo. The honoree Was presented guest towels. * Variegated chrysanthemums cen tered the dining table. IMPORTANT Medical Facts For Every Man Who Hat Passed His 40th Birthday MenJoo, Go Thru "Change of Life" DOCTORS CALL IT "MALI CLIMACTERIC" R» Ssfi DUenenr ComptMdeil for Counteracting Edict M loft and Mood Chinges DwTo Dual Defideticlei That Often Occur During Mlddlt Age. Doctors, employsrs arjj scientists all agree that •tier tile first 40 years. Ida human body undergoes important normal changes. This change occurs in MEN II will II WOMEN! Men. » ,M ara onr 40, In good health... but feel nervout, physically weak in legs, back and arms, can't sleep, find it difficult to'mtke decisions ... are quick-tampered, always tired and sutler from that terrible "what's the use" feeling; . . . chances are you ara going through "change of lile," or as doctors call it. MALE CLIMACTERIC. And at this lime it's more Important than aver that your system Isn't deficient In the very vitamins and minerals nature created to leuntiract and offset the drltresslng symptoms of these "attar 40" body and blood changes. Amazing MW powtr-packfd aptuta wiled AFTER 40 CAP. SULES, have been created especially for men and women over forty ... each hospital recognized irh iredient carefully chosen and carefully com. pounded For its fcenefll on every man end woman ...In, ant potent AFTER 40 CAPSULE daily todi yom system i ipecial and particular combination ol Vitamins and Minerals to supply your blood, body organs, elands and nerves, including blood-building tid Vitamin B-12, the vitamin Germ of Wlutt E. illiMlalinj W, Iron, Calcium, Phos. phoroui. Iodine and other potent Vitamin! and Mint-tali. Donl ta deprived of life's bkmures by ttiw nutritional deficlancla when science has |inn rw a second chance lo Khar* body and Mood Mb ne« easy way. Don't SirriRttir to Oil Until roi'vi Made This list WHi) Y«-n l«M Nwrt Wu CMHIIIJ. Inn tefTMjfMt Wtrfa iMMtJliiil. T. M nctnity i wtll-known «cltntfit ptrftchd AFTER « CAPSULES. He combined i group of THE RECOGHIZED VITAMINS AND MINERALS •Ml ofM MOM by man aftH «. Common sense, Mat yen doctor. . . will ttll you VJUI erfani often t*!»»« «» Mpplmtrrt C4 oHmrt vitamins and nlMnk In difVertermnnta of melurity than they *> dlfinf yomiH VXrs. Anulni AFTER 40 CAPSULES wan created speciUcaM, ID provide i rk* mm X IkM nuntlali, M«M by mature Mil and women. ORDER TODAY! Coeyrlont.TM •V Doneld Edwards pharmaceutical Co. Easy Hom Trial "AFTER 40 CopmUs" (Only OH* Capsule A Day) WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Wwne 3-4307 Spring Fashions To Be Shown This Week This IB the tint In a aerie* of S previewing new Spring fashions. By DOROTHY BOE AP Wonun'a Editor NEW YORK If) — The favorite iprlng outfit of the American wo man in 19S6 la an all-purpose costume which adapts itself to the mood of the moment and the eti quette of the hour by adding or lubatractlng a Jacket or coat. Some 300 fashion editors representing newspapers throughout the United States and a number of foreign countries assembled in New York today for a preview of spring styles which will show up in shops across the country in time for Eas ter shopping. Silhouette Slimmer It is apparent that the silhouette for spring Is slimmer and stralght- er than ever, that fabrics are lighter in weight and more varied in texture, and that the multipurpose costume fa the all-time favorite. Spring suits become afternoon or cocktail dresses merely by the removal of a Jacket. Slim sheath town dreEsrs become festive enough for after dark by the addition of a colorful obi sash or an apron overskirt, plus discreet.changes of jewelry. A note in t|e suit lineup is the "peel bolero"—you peel it off and have a soignee dress or dressy bolero .blouse and high-riding skirt beneath. These double bolero suits illustrate the newest lines of the season. Sklrte Straight Skirt* are strictly straight and narrow, and come to Just below the bust, fitting the midriff smoothly and it ia earnestly hoped revealing no bulges. Often these high-minded skirts are attached to a bodice. A matching brief bolero curves over the bustline, and when it is removed revetilc a second bolero blouse, often in white linen or a contrasting print, making a dressy costume of the suit. Sometimes the costume consists of sheath dress and bolero, the dresi likely to have* short sleeves and low decolletage, to igve It party manners when worn without the Jacket. Although the daytime Line Is .uncompromisingly slim, designers have found ways to add softness and movement to the silhouette through use of floating panels, low-placed back flares and drapery that dramatizes,.the figure but does not interfere with the sheath line. There ia much back talk in the spring collections, with back belts that may be anywhere from shoulder blades to the hips, back-buttoned suits, necklines tilting backward sometimes with floating back bow? or drapery. After S Wear For after 5 wear, there are more full skirts shown, and even some petticoats for those women who love the frothy bouffant look in party clothes. There also are more full- length evening gowns than formerly,, in keeping with the new trend toward formality and elegance. With the narrow line of daytime fashions, hats again- are important with the bulkier silhouette firmly entrenched. Big picture hats will be seen all over the place next summer, it appears from advance showings, and accessories also acquire more importance in the head-to-toe picture. Big handbags, dramatic jewelry, small contoured furs hugging the shoulders, bold bracelets, carefully coordinated gloves—all these ar« important in the spring picture Fabrics Varied Fabrics are more beautiful anc more varied than ever, with the BlyUaeviUe Dismissed: ' •-Barbara Sweat, city Mary-K»therme Robbths, Cooler Mrs. Donald Sparks, Manila A. G. Moaeley, Steele Mrs. E. B. Cox, Etowah Mrs. 3, D. Harper, city W. A. Ellis, city E. J. Aycock, Rt. 2, city Ciitckauwbit Hospital Dismissed: Arthur Smith, city Charles Crews, Jr., city Floyd White, city Susan Peterson, city Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, city Mrs. C. K. Smith, Dell Mrs. Dan Harmon, Chaffee, Mo. • Howard Williams, city Mrs. Joho J. Donner, city Manerva Bogun, city Mrs. Charlie Stalcup, city Johnny Byrd, city Claudia Crowe, city Richard Durham, city ,Gerald Blomeyer, Memphis Fred Beard, city . Joseph Keithline, Denver, Colo. Mrs; B. J. Cockran, city Gladys Smith, Dell . Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Sarah Emerson, city Guy Geans, Rt. 3, city ... Mrs.. Vamell Deal, city : Mrs. Lois Burnett, city . Michael Clark, Manila levenia Wilson, city Delea Wright, city James Clark, Manila MitcheU Clark, Manila , George Franklin Rose, city ' Ernest Kobnce, city . Thelma Cdoksey, Rt. 1, city cent on lightweight costumes that can do duty in warm weather. There are many blends of silk and wool, silk and cotton, silk and linen, cotton and nylon or dacron. Dark tones . still are favored for town wear, with brown running. a close race with navy for the popularity prize. But : for afternoon and evening wear, color runs rampant, ,and the well-dressed Jill may be as vivid as she likes. Honvll Movement Played by League A five-table Howell; movement was played Saturday afternoon when" the Duplicate Bddge league met. Winners were Mrs. 'P. B. Black and Mrs.. Jim Roleson first with 421'z points. Tleing for second place wer« Mrs. Frank Grigsby, Mrs. O. W. McCutcheh, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. E. B. Gee,'all o! whom had 41 points. .. Monthly masterpolnt game will be played on the fourth Thursdays of the month this year Instead oj the Jirst as has been the custom. Joyce Rush! n<g Celebrates Eighth Birthday Joyce Rushing, daughter : of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hushing,. celebrated her^»tehth : birthday Saturday when, her mother entertained^wlth a party. Miniature umbrellas, .balloons arid gum were presented as favors to the six little, girls attend- ind the .-party. — Jpllentia - Ulm, Trena Johnson, Carolyn' Harves- tpn, Betty and Carol' Gurnow, Cathy Hollingsworth ; and Lana • Anderson. : ........ Birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks were' served as refreshments. "/ ; Paper Prospect ESCANABA, Mich. (IP)— Editor Jean Worth of the Escanaba Daily Press reported to Michigan's Upper Peninsula Development Bureau that Upper Peninsula forests now , hav» a wood surplus "that Invited conversion by paper industries."; Worth based his report on a survey.. 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