The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1955 - Society News _ A-« Mallr-iinr QrtPlAf.V RHitYir * Mifil Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Susanne Medlin, Bride-Elect Of Graham Sudbury Honored Miss Susanne Medlin of Little Rock, bride-elect of Graham Sudbury, was complimented Saturday when Mr. Sudbury's mother introduced her to residents of Blytheville with a morning and afternoon coffee. A pink color scheme was used Dy bowl. Added to the table for the Mrs. Sudbury to decorate her home Entrance room of the home was Entrance - decorated with a crescent arrangement of pink carnations and a smaller arrangement of pink daisj chrysanthemums. An Italian cutwork cloth was used to overlay the dining table. Forming the centerpiece were pink stock and pink painted pom-poms. Interspersed throughout the arrangement were frosted wedding bells. New For Half-Sizers 8256 -34fc Sue Burnett A stunning, well tailored casual for the rhorter figure. Note the new side closing, handy pocket, gay bow tie. Pattern No. 8256 is In sizes 12'/ 2l 14%, 16%, 18Vi, 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 14%. 4% yards of 35-inch. 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. III. Send 25 cents now for your ropy of the new Fall & Winter 'afr edi tion nf pur pattern catalog Busic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. afternoon coffee were triple branched silver candelabra holding glowing pink tapers. For the morning coffee. Miss Medlin wore a charcoal green sheath woolen dress with a pink carnation corsage. She chose a red velveteen dress featuring a rounded neckline and bouffant sklrt_to greet her afternoon guests. Mrs. Ella Max Medlin, mother of the honoree, wore a black sheath dress trimmed with blue beaded collar and cuffs. She also sage of pink carnations. Bits of News /! Final Plans For Spaghetti r to be Made Final plans for the annual Bly- thnville High School Purent-Teach- ci; Avwiatkm spaghetti supper will be made when the association meets tomorrow nfternoon at 3 p. m. Mrs. Albert Taylor, ticket sales chairman, reports a brisk sale. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Jackson .if | . Newport .were weekend guests ofj Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn. j Miss Melba Marion spent the, weekend in Van Fleet, Miss., visit-! ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ' Comi>io Events Tuesday Higli School PTA meeting at 3 Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson and ' P- '":•. ""T^l by ^^^ ^art children Ricky. Sharon and Cathy have left for New Orleans to make O., Marion. their home Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Roseborougli c -rof D4R meet Ch..ileu>i\ Chapm ol DAR meet'"" at llotel Noble 101 l ''• m Mrs. T. P Huchos of Mem. . bia. Miss., were weekend phis will speak on Rowlle and pre- gucsts of his sister, Mrs. .Johnny >ent colored slides. Hostesses will White, and family. ; be Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. C. L. Leon Lowe, student at Harrison. lar and cuffs. She also wore a cor- Chilhowee Baptist Academy in Sey-, Sudbury PTA meeting at 7:30 p. mour, Tenn., spent the weekend m. preceded by executive board here visiting his mother. Mrs.; meeting at 7 p. m. Idel! Lowe and family j GIB Bridge Club meeting with S/Sgt. and Mrs. Carl B. Ledbet- ] Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Mrs. Sudbury wore a corsage of pink painted daisies. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Sr., grandmother of the groom-elect, was in the late afternoon receiving line. Guests which called at that time were friends of Mrs. Sudbury. Those presiding at the table and assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, jr., Mrs. Pau' Jobe. Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, Mrs. C. L. Wylie, Mrs. Harold Sudbury Miss Tabltha Sudbury, Mrs. P. L Reed and Miss Angle Hood. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Gene Strickland and baby, city H. E. LaShot, city Mrs. Kenneth Lawson and baby, city P. o/McDermott, city Charles Stalcup, city Chester Scott Jr., Cooter Mrs. Ed Brown, Manila Chickasawha Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Buddy Layton, city Airs. Quincy Richardson and baby, city Charles Johnson, Holcomb, Mo. John Foley, city Mrs. Ralph Sherwood and baby, Steele Mrs. Edward Brown, city Susan Dunkley, city Debris Harris, city Walter Butner, Steele Mrs. Charles Booker and baby, city Sally Jones, city Mrs. T. E. Beasley, city Benny Akin, city John Harvey, city Rosie Lee Ray, city Mrs. Leslie Kenwright, city Cathy Byrum, city Mrs. Blanche Branscum. city Miss Dorothy Trucks, city Margaret Streeter, city Mrs. Ben Mac White, city James Anderson, city Mrs. James Durr, Steele Mrs. Dewey Kelly, Steele Bobby Bratton, city Mrs. James Orrel and baby, city Wall.1 Hospital Dismissed: Ray Burlison. city Mrs. Alley Heron, Manila ter of Tokyo, Japan, announce the birth of their second child, a son, Oct. 20, at a Tokyo hospital. The Officers Wives Club of BAPB meeting at Rustic Inn, 12:30 p. m. Bridge League Country Club baby, who has been named Carl, meeting. Stephen, has a sister, Brenda. Mrs. j Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Ledbetter is the former Miss Joyce Mrs. C. M. Smart. Canamore of Blytheville. Miss Carmen Gary, student at Wedncsday Wednesday Bridge Club meeting Arkansas State College, spent the j with Mrs. H. C. Sims. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Town and Country Club meet- weekend here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R A. Cary. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughters, Mrs. Ralph L. Odley and Miss I i llg vvlth Mrs. C. Modinger. Evelyn Blythe, spent Thursday in j chapter D PEO meeting at home Memphis. i of Mrs. C. W. Affliok. 1 p. m. for Mrs. Wils Davis of Memphis | i un cheon. Mrs. W. I. Denton is spent the weekend in Blytheville J co .i los tess. visiting her sister, Mrs- Virgil Greene. A. H. Webb is on a business trip to Jefferson City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodard and daughter Mary Janet of St. Louis visited in the home of her sister, Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertained Club Eight at home of Mrs. R- B. Stout, Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Thursday — Burdette PTA meeting at 2:30 Mrs. R. V. Mallory, Saturday. p m precec ied by executive board Clarence Johnson and Joe B. meetlng at 2 p. m. Mrs. Carroll Evans will be m Little Eock the. Watson> state president, will be latter part of this week to attend | auen speaker the annual meeting of Arkansas So- = Homemakers class of Pirst Bap . ciety of Certified Public Accountants. They will be accompanied by Erus Bradshaw of Osceola. Mrs. Prank Whit worth, Mrs. Dorothy Drewery, Mrs. Gerald Wheeler and Mrs. Mary Dowdy are in Little Rock today to attend a hair styling show. If you hate sleeping in a gown and can't stand pajamas, there's an alternate. Try an extra-short gown, pleated or plain, that comes with matching panties. Comfortable and pretty, too- In time for holiday parties: shad- ow.d crystal costume jewelry, in shades ranging from smoke gray to pale gray and even the transparent colors. Fringed and knotted necklaces, with dangling earrings to Mrs. Estelle Colston, city Mrs. D. E. Jones and baby, city Hermondy Raymondo, dty Juda Lucas, city Mrs. Doris Hopper, Tomato Hcrschel Medford, city Gregory Esqulvel, city Robin Canada, city Mrs. Annie pprmenter, city Eva Jo Eudy, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Billy Grear and baby. Dell Miss Gladys Bruton, Cooter Madie Lee Holt, Rt. 2, qity "^valentine Gr«y and Black Brown and Tan yo» cm Ml for ... In one wondwfj ibo«. Fashion, fit, and a flair for molting your f»#t loot Hwir pretKfftt. Valenfina pvfc yov on a handsomely low K*«l, sparh your loes with a buctts «fid a bow . . . giv« yo» yow choke o* MM<J«, MMoWith-loAthor. or sowing loatUr. ro« rtfiNoir SNOI STOM list Church meeting with Mrs. William C. McCaughey, 1041 Chickasawba. 7:30 p. m. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. O. Caudill. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ' La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Friday Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Bob Logan. "Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse for 1 m. covered-dish luncheon. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Hall. La Finesse Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Jontz. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting. One of the most wearable of dresses Is the silk taffeta with its own small jacket. This year, It has the slim long-torso look, can be enhanced by a rope of pearls or a big fox muff. r Over blouse Sweaters for Career Girls BY CAILE DUGAS -NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK — (jN r i..ii — The career girl finds sweaters useful additions to her wardrobe in just the same way that her campus sister does. She may not own as many but she can't get along without several new ones each season. She doesn't, however, posses the same freedom in buying that the college girl does. The -sweater for office wear should have lithe, lean lines, its color should be slightly more subdued and. preferably, it is the ideal sweater to color-match should be colormated to a skirt. We show here two sweaters that are equally suitable for office or campus. The long-torso overblouse (left) by Rosanna has open, notched collar face with white ribbing. to a skirt. Double Jeopardy QUINCY, ill. 1/11 — .Patrolman Don Bock'ii and Clarence Wear were cauglit with a hot cm' on their hands when the squad car they were drivliiK cnughl fire- Firemen of engine company No. 2 put out the fire and followed them just in case. Sure enough, the car caught fire again because of a short circuit In (he wiring system and the fire lads extinguished the blaze a second time. The term fireside clothes covers fashions for the home of the most j livable sort. This means wide-skirt-' - ed dresses- s ] im fitting pants in; We show it here in charcoal but | brilliarlt colorS| se p arates in gay j the career giri could have it inlpiaids and even elegant short! honey, heather or mink brown. A second overblouse (right from this same designer has ribbed collar and yoke detail in write. This TO & Distinctive Gifts At All Prices Beautiful Swiss and Madeira Hand- kercheifs in Linen — Leather goods for men and women — Fall Tallies and Score Pads — Bridal Place Cards and Tie-on Trinkets. Order Christmas Cards early. Select at '"-•'-me Alexander Doll and we will hold it for you. Calart Fruit 1 Flowers. FELLOW CITIZENS OF BLYTHEVILLE AND WARD 2 It is my sincere desire to serve you and our growing city. My home and business are both located in Ward 2. Inasmuch as I have lived among you for more than thirty years, it is only natural that I am deeply interested in the future of our city. It is my desire to help Blytheville grow into the cleanest, busiest, most beautiful and cultural city possible. If elected, I pledge to you to do my very best. J. Cecil Lowe Candidate for Alderman Ward 2 Pol. Ad Paid for by Cecil Low* desses witn tur oanamg For Continued Progress- Under a sound, business-like administration. Re-Elect E. R. "Rabbit JACKSON Political Ad Paid for by E. R. 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