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PAGE TWO BLYTHETTLLE (ARK.)' COtTRTRR HEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1955 - Society News - :„ A«« MollniM. Snpipt.v tfHtf.nr * * Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phons 3-4461 Miss Susanne Medlin Susanne Medlin of Little Rock To Wed Graham Sudbury, III The engagement of Miss Angela Susanne Medlin. daugh- j ter of Jlrs Ella Max Medlin of Little Rock and Robert Gray ; Medlin Jr of Washington, D. C., to John Graham Siidbury.i III, son of Judge and Mrs. J. Graham Sudbury, Jr., of Blythe-' vilie was announced today. i mpleted her junior year at the of Little Rock - Arkansas where she The bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ralph announce the birth of a daughter last night. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph also have two sons. Howard and Kenneth Ralph. Mr. and Mri. Wadt Wright, ol Paris, Tenn., have been visiting their daughter, Miss Margaret Wrieht. . . Miss Pat Partlow. student at Ole Miss, is spending the weekend here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Bryce Layson will be in, Memphis tonight '.o atw-nd the Ole Miss-Van- deibilt football game. Among Blytheville residents in Whitehaven last night, ai the Blv- iheville-Whitehaven football game were Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Capt. and Mrs. Herb Rhode, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray, George Clark. Emery Francis. Lucv CaudiU. Ann Perry, Mr. and Mrs. C Murray Smart. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and son John Russell Hays. Miss Gall Whitsitt, student, at Ole Miss, is spending the weekend here visiting her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fraser announce the birth of their second child, a son. Oct. 1. at Blytheville Hospital. The baby has been named Edwin Bradford. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and Miss N'cal Luckett are in Memphis today to atiend the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt football eame. They will be joined there by Nancy and La Nelle Luckett of Helena. IXCHANGI VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Ilinson are shown following their marriage last night in the Dell Baptist Church. Mrs. Hinson is the former Carole Ann Ladner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Ladner of Pell. Mr. Hinson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hinson of Blytheville. (Photo by David Warren) Charles Hinson, Carole Ladner Exchange Vows in Dell Church In a double ring ceremony last night at the Del! Baptist Church Miss Carole Ann Ladner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Ladner of Dell, became the bride of Charles Robert Hinson. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hinson of Blytheville. The Rev. Jesse ?Iolcomb, pastor. ; by a .shrug jacket of lace featur- Mrs. Crump New Member Of Jaycettes Dinner Party Compliments Miss Killian Mrs. Harold Crump, was a new , Mrs. Charles Flecman of Manila member Thursday mclit wlifii J 1 ')'- ! «>nirrtf mod last mdit with a dinner COUPS met at the Jayrce club room. I party in honor or Miss Dixie Kll- Diinnc the business session plans • lia, bride-elecl of Don Coulter of were made for a Halloween Party [ Nashville. Ark. Oct •>! for Jaycenes, their husbands! The four-cmirse dinner was serv- and cuests I ed (rom individual tables centered Mrs. Prances. Gamnull was B uest : with buclvases holdinR rosebuds. At- sneaker for rtie eveniiiB and spoke i tractive arrauBements of bioiut on the Christmas Seal drive, of and yellow chrysaatnemnms com- be in pleted the decoraions of he horn. Placecards wen- weddi.w bells and the place of Miss K.llian was mark- bud cor- whirh the Javceett.es charge this vear. I, was announced that Mrs. Gammill will be. commentator (or the ed wjlh a sweetheart, ros fashion show to be. held Monday | sage Mrs. Robert Killian. mother of •'-- u - ...... '••• afternoon in connection with the National Cotton Picking Contest, Masterpoint Game Played By League Thursday night, members of tM Hlytheville Duplicate Bridge LeagU* conducted a five-table Howell mai- terixmit game. Winners were Mrs. Anrireanel Freeman and Mrs. Don Edwards first with 68 points. Mrs. Ed Peters and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins <X?r» second with 60 points. In third place were Mrs. O. W. McClllchtMi and Mrs. W. D. Oham- blin with 58 points. Fourth p!ac« was won by Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Usuries who had a score of 55H poim.s. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James R. Price, city. Warren S: Allen, city. Lynnette Neal, Cooler. Minnie Lee Guyion, city. Chickasawba Hospital the honoree, was presented a bronze pom-pom corsage. Hope Group meets at 2 p.m. [ Miss Killian was dressed, (or the wlth Mrs Jonn c. McHaney. | event in a powder blue wool sheath j charity Group meets with Mrs. ! dress. Mrs. Killian wore an Oxford ! Jimm y Lee Brooks. 8 p.m. iRray winter cotton complemented circles of Trinity Baptist Church i by white stripes. | 'Those from Blytheville attending [were Mrs. George Green. Mrs. Har- I old Doyle and Miss Ramona Craf- . Mr.x B. G. Gill. Dell. Mrs. Bessie Walker, cit.y. Mrs. W. C. Shearin. city, Walls Hospital Dismissed: j. P. Shields, Jr. Mrs. Annie Whatley, city. Mrs. Jimmy Hargeti and city. ton. Coming Events babv. Chapter N PEG Has First Fall Meeting University I The first fall meeting of Chapter ' ne grand- N pE( -> S j 5ter hood was held yester- h tt |daughter of Mrs. Emmett Lee Davis. day aflernoon i n the new home of so'rori'ty""'"""" "" ' land the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert| Mrs Q al - rarc j Caudill in Manila. , Gray Medlin of Fort Smith. | The president. Mrs. Chester Cald- Ste ,s a member of the,G,,ls_l Mr Sudb ,,,. y js „ gradllate n( PnMfA over the busmes s ses- Cotilhon Club of Liti.c Ru>.». ^;^| B] y,heville High School and re- slorl] FMrs j w . Adams, chairman currently a member of 'the; Blytheville Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Several of Blytheville's bridge clubs conducted crimes this week. Town and Country Club held its first, tall session »t thu home of Mrs. G. G. Caudill Wednesday with ceived his bachelor of science in journalism .degree from the University of Arkansas. of the by-laws committee, read state | and local by-laws. In keeping with the theme for officiated at the exchange of vows. A brida! arch entwined with white chrysanthemums and green- ary along with floor baskets of chrysanthemums and pom - poms interspersed wilh huckleberry formed the background for the wedding party. A soft glow was cast over the sanctuary from lierued tapers in each window of the church. Mrs. Charles Kennett, organist, and Miss Virginia Wilson, vocalist, both wearing pale blue formals and white carnation corsages, pre- semed nuptial music. Preceding; the bride to the altar were Miss Shirley Jean Phillips, maid of honor, and Misses Shirley Bevill and Joan Taie .of Dell and Gloria Tate of Blytheville, bridesmaids. Miss Phillips wore a floor length formal of blue taffe'a. The bodice of the gown featured a Peter Pan collar. Splf-covered buttons extended from the collar to the pointed waist. ing a Peter Pan collar trimmed in; seed pearis. sequins and three- : quarter length sleeves. Her bouffant satin skirt which: extended from a pointed waist line' was sprmkied wilh medallions of i Carmelita Hmch. Miss Loretta Sig- lace Her imser-np lensth veil fell • man. Mrs. Udell Newsom and Mrs from a headband of seed pearls Shearin. They were presented pom- and sequins. : Pom corsages. Miss Jeanette Hen- She carried a white Bible topped derson presided at the guest book with an orchid. Shower ribbons tied : Out-of-town guests were Mr. and in graduated lovers knots fell from : the Bible. Bill Frazier. uncle of the groom, served as bes: man. Ushers were Douglas Ladner. brother of the bride. Cecil Austin of Dell, and M. J. Mullins, cousin of the bride. Candlelishtprs were Mr. Ladner and Mr. Mullins. Mrs. Ladner wore for her daughter's marriage a black and white sheiuh dress trimmed in black satin. She completed her attire with black accessories and a gardenia corsacre. The groom's mother wore an original costume suit of brown. She wore black accessories and a gar- MONDAY Presbyterian Circles moetins. Circle One meeting wi'.h Mrs. J. E. Beasley with Mrs. A. P. Dietrich co-hostess at 2:30 p.m. Circle Two meeting at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. C. S. Cory, 347 S. Di. vision. Mrs. Leslie Hooper is co! hostess. ~ j Circle Three meet ins with Mrs, redhead should wear red, too. j Carrol! Blakemorc at 2 p.m. wuh Mrs. F. B. Joyncr co-hostess. Circle Four meeting with Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with Mrs. A. D. Reese, co-hostess at 2 p.m. Circle Five meets at the church, 8 p.m. Circle Six meets with Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Jr.. 8 p.m. Circle Seven meets with Mrs Mahan Bell. 8 p.m. Groups of Christian Church meet. Faith Group meets at 3 p.m. with Mrs. J. W. McHaney. not just green. But it should be angey rather than bluish, to bring out the good colors in her hair. A blue-red will drain it off. Mrs. John Hinson of Union City, j Tenn.. grandparents of the groom i Following a brief wedding trip ; the couple will make their home '• on Ash Street in Blytheville where the couple is employed. For travling the bride wore an avocado and black tweed suit with black accessories. meet. Circle One meets with Mrs. E. C. Thompson. Circle Two meets with Mrs. w. R, Williams. Circle Three meets with Mrs. Sam Hall. Circle Four meets with Mrs. Do.vie McCann. Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. Elnora Stafford, 7:30 p.m. ' , Rose M:irlowe Circle meets with Mrs. Bonnie Eatmon, 7:30 p.m. Band Parents Club meets at high school auditorium. 7:30 p.m. Tl'lCSDAY State meeting of Eastern Star at M.isiomc Temple at 8 p.m. Sucibury PTA meetmt; at school at 7:30 p.m." Executive board will meet, at 7 p.m. Annie Armstrone: Circle meets with Mrs. Lucy Koonce. 7:30 p.m. LOVP Group meets with Mrs. J. P. G-.ITDU, 8 p.m. CIS Bridcp Club meets with Mrs. Tom A. Little. Jr. Country Club Bridge League meets. Chnrlpvoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble for 1 p.m. luncheon. Tuesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. C. F,. Crigger. At the University, he served "Si t ne year, "P. E. O. Newsstand," Mrs : managing editor of the Arkansas ' Harry A. Haines presented a pro- Traveler, a school newspaper, and g ram " entitled "QuidcposU." was president of Blue Key, honor- g^g con ducted a constitutional ary men's leadership fraternity. I ..,, and awar ded prizes to the high , . He .served as president of the Lrers, Mrs. Caldwell and Mr, E. | their gowns being o. ,,l,gher shade The bouffant skirt was worn over period petticoats and her headband denia corsage, was of matching material. She' Reception Given carried a colonial bouquet of Following the ceremony white chrysanthemums and pompoms. The bridesmaids were dressed identical to the maid of honor with University Civic Club, president of the University Press Club, president of the Young Democrats and was named to the campus Whos* Who. J. Cure. Following the program the hostess served refreshments. The g room-el eci the Phi i.s a member Theta '"iDell Supper ;it the Phi DfUn Thota social \ r ' . , :iaternity find is currently em-! C* j i ij-\ FntG TtQ I DCO Dloyed as H reporter for the Com-t^" At Legion Hut ' of blue. They carried white chry- .santhemum.s colonial bouquets. Father Gives Bride The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white lace over bridal satin. The strapless bodice was covered the bride's parents and Mrs. H. B. Shcarm entertained with a reception IB the church social rooms. The bride's table was overlaid with a white linen cutwork cloth. Centering the table was the tiered weddinz cake topped with the miniature bridal couple. Flanking thp cake were branched silver candelabra holding stately white tapers. Reception assi.sliuHs were Miss all mpmbnrs present. | mpricnl Appeal in Memphis. Bridge winners were Mrs. James j Mr. Sudtaury i.s (he "rand.son of B. Chirk and Mrs. Lloyd Wise. j Mrs. John Graham Sudbury of | Blytheville and the late Mr. Sud- Club Eight met at the home of j bury, enrly Blytheville bunker and Mrs. Jesse While on Wednesday ^prominent church, school and civic with all members present. j lender, and Mrs. James Alex- Mrs. White "'on hipn in the'under Miller of St. Louis and the games', Mr? G. O. Pqciz, .second j late Mr. Miller, hi-h, ;inci Mrs. Charles Langsion, I The wedding will be solemnized bndgo. i in December in the First Methodist Church of Little Rock, entertained Mrs. Dick Watson mt-mbers of TLE Bridge Club at 1 the Rnxorljuok Wednesday and had; .is "iiest Mrs. .Top Hilphcs. i Winners in the yamrs were Mrs. . Ono Scrape, hiah. Mrs. W. E, : Cherry, second hiL'h, and Mrs. J. : F. Scrape, bndco. • • Mcmbrrs iind one cues'.. Mrs W;i!'L-r Morrow, of Mid-Week Club nif't Thursday at the home ol Mrs J. Loins Cherry for n luncheon followed by an fifu'rnoon nf bridge. Mrs. Cherry ronterc'd her lun- nhron !;ible with .'Mi .irnuiiu'mcnt of tln.itini; iihcr- ami in ihc oilu-r en'.rnainiim rooms she UM>d vasos of ro.-os and dahh.is to decorate Mr>. Hany W. Hamcs and Mrs W. L. llorm-r took. hi|4h scores in thf' bridge g;'unf.'s. Mis, I. O Ciil; w.'ts a guest when Cin;!;itn Club i"iir; at inc home ot Mr- Mikr Mf:o:;cy Thursday. The hr>.-!<--- u- t'i'l pniifd plan'.-- (it (if i. <> r ;-.'(• her h ' i ; 1 1 e a n d sr r vod a f]'U;! plaU'. Mr-. Kally F ]•(•(.' ni a ti won hiuh in '.i-.r: -i.imi\-. Mrs. W. A. Hollmp?- \vur'.h. ^i-ond. ;vmi Mrs. Felix Cfvr nf-y. third. Dell Supper Club members were entertained Thursday evening at the Legion Hut. Hosts for the occasion were Mr and Mrs. Kemper Brut on. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ystes and Mr. and Mrs Harry Bradley. Halloween decorations were \ised throiiRhout the hut. 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