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PAGI roua (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER «, 1985 - Society News c Ann Mallni-v Srwier.v EMit/ir * Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4-161 Bits of News Graham Sudbury III Claims Bride in Little Rock Ceremony In a ceremony solemnized Tuesday evening at 7:30 in; the First Methodist Church at Little Rock, Miss Susanne Med-, Jin, daughter of Mrs. Ella Max Davis Me_dlin of Little Kock and | Mr alld ^ rs LPe Richardson. Robert Gray Medlin of Washington, D. C., became the bride of i jr., and children Mary Lee and John Graham Sudbury, III, son of Judge and Mrs. John! Jim spent the weekend m Memphis Graham Sudbury, Jr., of Blytheville. i nu'nh^wiiin^h^r'ard f-unnva/d Dr. Aubrey Walton, pastor of tlw church, officiated at the exchange of vows. Woodwardia fern trees, floor bas- tapers in wrought iron candelabra ket* of white chrysanthemums and formed the background for the wedding parly. John H. Summers of Little Rock, organist, and Mrs. Thomas Branigan of -Fayetteville, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. Mrs. Branigan's selections included "The Lord's Prayer," and "Oh Perfect Love," Mr. Summers selections included the traditional wedding marches. Miss Shirley Glenn of Foil Smitn served as maid of honor with Misses Cynthia Rushing, Mary Ralphe, Lyda Crittenden, Elizabeth Ann Kimstedt and Dina Lee Whitley, EstJyer Class Has Annual Christmas Party Esther Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church held its annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Jack Cowger Tuesday night. Gifts were exchanged. In the business meeting presided over by the president, Mrs. Walter Marble, plans were discussed for preparing a basket of food for a needy family. A former member, Mrs. Joe Roach, was a guest of the group. Refreshments in keeping with the yuletide season were served by the group. Wonderful For Women 8288 -L_y / 36-52 / By Sue Burnett A handsome -style for afternoon wear that is designed expressly for the more mature figure. Included is an easy to sew bolero. Pattern No. 8288 is in sizes 36. 88, 40, 42, 44. 46, 46, 50,52. Size 88. dress, 4'/4 yards of 35-inch; Jacket, S'/n yards. 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 fl, ill. With your pattern order include an additional 25 cents for your copy of our fascinating new fall h winter '55 pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains a wealth of sew-simple, up- to-the-minute styles, special fen- turefi, color and style. GIVE HIM or HER Golf Equipment FOR CHRISTMAS Glovtt Bags Hood Coven Sold Exclusively By Pro«. PAUL FARRINGTON Blythevillt Country Club Hli»; 61 N. IV I-mti cousin of the bride, all of Little'her mother, Mrs. Ruby Willing- Rock serving as bridesmaids. : ham, who is employed there. The attendants wore identical: Mrs. Molly Siernberg of Chicago. gowns of deep rose tuUe and irrc- [ a lormi'r Blytheville resident, is descent taffeta. They wore match-! spending .several days in Blythe- ing hats designed of velvet leaves ville vismmt. Mrs.'Steniberg is en- and carried bouquets of garnet t-ar- j route to Florida for the winter nations nestled in holly leaves and-months. b err i es ' Mre. Joe Ferguson and daughter The'bride given in marna R «> oy > Arden, who are making their home her uncle. Jeff E. Davis of Hot! in Las Vegas. Ncv., nave returned Springs, wore a gown of ChamiUy.w BlytheviHe for the noliciay sea- face over Duchess satin. The off- | ^n. Th^y arc^staying at their for- shoulder bodice featured a sequin trim and leg o'-mutton sleeves. The bouffant Bkirt swept into a Cathedral train. Her fingertip was attached 10 a lace cloth home tu 1106 Hearn. Mrs. Ferguson and Arden were in Memphis yesterday to meet their daughter and sister Junnita, _ • a siudent at the University of Ala: bama. They motored her to Blyihe- ville for ihe holiday season. Perry C. Rothrock. Jr., has returned from Nashville. Tenn., where he was a member of the Don Smart-Ellen Ballon wedding party. He was accompanied 10 Miss Haynes Complimented With Shower Miss Carrie Sue Haynes, bride- elrrt of Alan Berry, was complimented Monday night with a mis- t'ellar.eous shower at Clear Lake Baptist Church. Hosifsses for the shower were Mrs May Burks. Mrs. John Haynes, Mrs. Pauline Gurley, Mrs. Boruiie Smith and Mrs. Peggy Jarkson. Christmas novelties were used to decorate ttie entertaining rooms of the ohiirch \\uh blue and silver being the predominant color scheme. In the party games played, winners were Miss Beauton Stallings and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Miss Haynes wore for the occasion a cocoa brown princess style dress featuring a bouffant, skirt. Her accessories were in brown and she received a corsage of white carnations. . The hostesses also presented Mrs. J. A. Haynes, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Berry, mother of the bridegroom-elect, with white carnation corsages. HOLLAND NEWS By Mri. Ed Hampton. Jr At the home of her parents, Mr. | daughters Faye and Melissa are and Mrs. Reed Rogers. Miss Shir-j enroute to San Diego where they ley Rogei's entertained the Baptist) will join their son and brother Training Union group Saturday | Seaman Edward Whltener through niglu with a Christmas party. The the holidays. While there they will Rogers' home was bright with hoi iday air. A tall, glittery tree set with Mr. ami Mrs. Pounds, formerly of Cooler. Accompanied by their son and daughter Joe Byron and Nancy Mr. and Mrs. Byron Molly left the front window which was framed by a border of silvery icicles on velvet draperies -. -^ „ Throughout the home we're Christ-j early Saturday for Fort Myc-r and mas candles, greenery and mlstle-1 Marathon, Fla.. where they will toe. ] spend Christmas, remaining until the New Year. "Christmas For Christ" Is the theme expressed throughout the home of Mr. Smith. and Mrs. Homer OUTSTANDING—Linda Clark of Albany. N.Y-, ha? been named "Outstanding Catholic Youth of the Year." The 21- year-old senior at the College oi St. Rose in Albany is the first recipient of the award established by the National Catholic Welfare Conference. broidered in seed pearls. She carried a shower bouquet oi stock centered with a single pure white orchid. Father Serves Son Judge Sudbury served his son as best man. Ushers and groomsmen j ^hvm^y^ C^mr^ ^o were Richard A. Reid. John W j , member of the wedding Wilks. A. Fred Smith, j. B. Riggsi tv and Roger W. Sudburv, brother of „ .. the groom all of Blvtheville. ! M ,' ss ° arlene ?"'*"« spent the Othprs were Charles W Allbriepi : w ekend ln Lltlle Roch as house- 1««Z~£:!BH«H ; £S visiting friends. Manley Feinberg, student at erman and Tom Branigan of Fay- etteviUe. David Sudbury. broth'er of the, d bm h -j h ?™?J,Ji nd ,,^^^ the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Plan. Terry Wicker, son of" Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wicker, who underwent surgery Tuesday was returned to his home today.. Lt. Col. and Mrs. John S. Hudson and children of Montgomery, Ala., are visiting her parents. Mr. the bride, lighted the tapers Mrs. Medlin wore for her daughter's marriage a powder blue Iac£ over taffeta gown. She pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Sudbury wore a blue brocade sheath dress and her corsage was also a purple orchid. Mrs. E. L. Davis of Little Roc and Mrs. E. B. Woo'dson, and her grandmother of the bride, was| slster> Mrs Robert McHaney, and dressed in lavender taffeta and Mrs. J. A, Sudbury of Blytheville, grandmother of the groom, wore a wood violet wool dress for the wedding. Reception Given family. J. Nick Thomas, Sr.. has re- j turned from Florida where he vis- 1 ited relatives. En route home he visited his son, J. Nick Thomas. Following, the exchange of vows a| Jr.. and family In Memphis. reception was held in the churcnt Mr - ami Mrs. John Ed Regenold parlors i became the parents of a boy last _'..,,., . .,., i night. They have two other chil- The bride's table was covered with ,,„*„ ^. v(i f 0 nnit nn , n nM „„,, white satin which was overlaid by white net. A bouquet of white chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece with the tiered wedding cake being encircled with lily-of-the-valley. Flanking the centerpiece were branched silver candelabra holding stately white tapers. Pink poinsettias completed the decorations o! the room. Miss Betty Jean Wolford played soft miifiiCR] selections on the piano during the reception and Miss Mary Lou Morris had charge of the bride's book. Reception assistants were Miss Dorothy Saunders, Mrs. Willmm Stephen, Mrs. Rodney Baker, Miss Mildred Walton, Mrs. W. A. Bui- lard. Mrs. Rufus Hunt. Mrs. Qor-1 n , nt enginccr . He is visiting his don Gates, Mrs. P. H- Murray. Mrs pnn?lUs Mr< flnd iXlrs _ w . A . Af . Emmett Whitley, Mrs. Preston f]Ick and h , prand p aren t Sl Mr. Whitley, Mrs. H. G. Frost. Mrs. E-' ' dren, Dixie, 3, and a half. Mrs. Hershel House underwent major surgery Tuesday at Walls Hospital. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory. She is not allowed to have visitors. Miss Ernestine French underwent surgery Tuesday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room 604. Harold Sudbury has returned from Little Rock where he attended the wedding of his nephew, J. Graham Sudbury, m, to Miss Susanne Medlin. Airman Apprentice Bill Afflick. Jr., is home on leave from Norman. Okla., where he is in school taking his primary training for Beacon WMA Has Christmas Party in Home Beacon Women's Missionary Association met at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson for its Christmas party this week with 20 members present. The living room was decorated with various holiday ornaments and a large lighted Christmas tree. The story of Christmas was read by Mrs. Roy Schuhart with opening prayer led by Mrs. Homer Porter Mrs'. Leland Hodge gave a reading on Christmas. Christmas carols were sung by the group and a solo was presented by Mrs. Edna Coleman. Dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. D. G. Jones, Mrs. Connie Shanks and Mrs. Jack Rushing. During the social hour, gifts were exchanged around the tree with special gifts being presented to the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Refreshments of cake, cookies ana iced drinks were served. Mrs. Smith entertained Thursday night with a Christmas party for Culbertson Club members. Guests were greeted by an illuminated outside scene of camels, wisemen and the guiding star. On the front door of the Smith home a pair of Also enjoying holidays in the south are Mt. and Mrs. Frank Brown and daughters Sarah Ann and Eliazbeth who left Monday for Florida. They will be guests in the homes of Mrs. Brown's brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lovelace, and son and her sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Bloomer of Miami. A long weekend will begin at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesterls Wednesday daughters of Porlasevllle. The Noble Car/charts Will be home to receive all seven of their children and grandchildren. They are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon.and daughter Paula; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Steele; Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hudson and family of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Finis Holmes and family of Marion. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Noble Coleman Cnpe- hart; Mr. and Mrs. Plnnell Capehart and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohoon and a grandson Mr. and Mrs. Jlm- mie Cape-hart. Christmas Eve dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry and two children will be taken with Mrs. Berry's mother's Mrs. Chris Went' zell's, and Mr. Wentzell's in Cooler. -Mrs. Sadie Crews left Tuesday fvom Memphis by plane to spend a few weeks holiday with Mrs. Grace Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erikson and son at, Miami. Fur Trapping Is Paying Off uuui ui me annui Hume <t P«" wi and Mrs Joe Lester s Wednesday cherubic carolers perched atop a or Thursday when relatives will silver and gold music staff, i st art arriving for family celehra- Inside. a silver and gold motif j tions. Included will be Mr. and Young People's Department Has Banquet Young People's Department of: Trinity Baptist Church was enter-• tained with a banquet at the • church Monday night. j Twenty-five members and four i visitors were present for the affair. ] Reindeer, giant. candles, pine cones and greenery were used to decorate She banquet room and tables. The Rev. Bill Cook gave the devotional following the meal with . Mrs- Howard Caldwell, department, superintendent, telling a Christmas ; story, t Singing of Christmas carols concluded the evening's entertainment. Mrs. Bill Cook, Mrs. Loyce Gestring and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson were hostesses for the banquet. was used in the front rooms. Emphasizing "Christmas For Christ" was a tiny setting of the Christ child in ihe manger. A blue star fashioned lighting effect spotlighted t'ii.> sc'ene. Adorning the mantel were exquisite miniature gold and silver angels. Farther back in the Smith home, red and green colors ed Mrs. Joe David Samford and family of Marion. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Waldon McCrary and family of St. Louis: Mrs. Gertrude Lester and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green of Poplar Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Max Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lester of Steele. At Mr. and Mrs. Russel Little's £ r £T fc r ^SP=I a* « n -r^-, ™* cloth covered the dining table on | . .. „ „ - „" .. _.. which a sequin studded green can- j . " .. . * ' f die center piece was placed. Holly. | • retal ive.s Mr. ind Mrs" pouisettia and greenery were scat-: Earnest Roberlson in Nnshvi!le . They will leave Saturday nighi. Relatives and friends her? for final rites of Mrs. Nancy Henderson whose services were held Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Seabaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Amer Zxibil of Parma; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Phipps and family: Mr. and gone vears ana mmmar suuvenua Mrs - Bernice Anderson; Floyd and of the past were brought out to James Phipps; Mr. and Mrs. H keep alive the warm spirit of S. Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. WilUa Christmas in the Smith home. [Stout; and Earnest Love and son . Bedroom decorations were in pink A family heirloom, a walking cane. \v;is covered in pink polka- dot with a big satin bow on the handle. Keepsakes and family traditions were much in evidence. Family pictures, laceci in pink and silver, Christmas stockings of bygone | LANSING. Mich. W)—Pur trap[ ping, though less glamorous than I in the days of ihe voyageurs, still I takes nearly a million dollars a year • from the backs of the mink, muskrat, raccoon and beaver in Michigan. j Many of the trappers are farmers \ and their sons, who tend their traps ' after schoul. \ The usual muskrat take each. ! each year is about a half million, ; the Stuie Conservation Department reports. Muskrat pells last year ; brought about SI each. j Mink bring about SL'O a pelt and Michigan trappers average about 15.000 of them a year. The raccoon kill averages about 150,000 yearly; the badger, 400, and the skunk, 2,000. About 15.000 persons buy trapping licenses each year. Mrs. Cherry Has Dinner For TIE Bridge Club Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertained TLE Bridge Club members with a Christmas dinner party at her home Tuesday night. The hostess' home was decorated with Christmas ornaments, individual tables being centered with lighted candles. In' bridge games, Mrs. W.. J. Cupples won high, Mrs'. Dick Watson, second high, and Mrs. Jerry Scrape, bridgo. Tonight Is I Last Time For Manger Scene The manger scene which has been presented this week by young people of First Methodist Church on the church lawn will be shown the last time tonight from 7 to 8 p.m. Residents wishing to watch this presentation may park in front of the church and watch from their cars. . Refreshments of cranberry punch and dainties were served on pretty crystal trays which held sprigs of holly and Santa Claus's. Lyman, all of Lexington, Tenn . Mr., and Mrs. Ealr Phipps of Memphis; Mr. .and Mrs. Huiie Webb of Armstrong, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sherwood of Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phipps Mrs. J. W. Robins of Steele en- .— „ ..„„. ..^., . ... H1 , tertained three of her former kin-1 of Caruthersville. Mrs. Ollie Pirtl dergarten students and iheir moth-1 and daughter Ollie Faye of Lexing- ers at a supper at Hotel Noble in [ton: Bill. Hluan. Willys and Jim Blytheville Tuesday evening. [Moore of Cedar Grove. Tenn.; Mr Guests of Mrs. Robins were Kenneth Berry Jr., and mother. Kenneth Berry Sr.. Gary Coleman and mother Mrs. Joe Coleman and Paula Still and mother Mrs. Duke Still of Steele. and Mrs. Carl Allison and son of Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall and daughter of Sikeston; Mr. and Mrs. ..Kenneth Correll 01 Herculaneum; Mr. and Mrs. Joe • Airs, jjuse aim or oceeie. Correll of Creve Coeur; Doris Cor- The supper complimented the j rell of St. Louis; Marie Correll of youngsters for having won honors Mystic, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs in a talent contest earlier in the year. W/fe Cuts In . RICHMOND, Va. f/P) — Mervin_ ^ _ _ Seamster, a butcher by trade, .smiled ; anc ] son O f Raleigh, North baro- confidently as he took on the as-1" -- • '- ~ signment of carving the turkey at- a food dealers' banquet. But he had to yield the task to his wife. Before; he had disjointed a drumstick' Seamster cut his finger. ' James A. Correll of Caruthersville, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones of Oxley. Mo., plan Christmas with Attending funeral services of W. their daughter Mrs. Andrew Jen- B, SLiten were Mrs. Mary Ancel i kins, Mr. Jenkins and Judy. They and family of Sikeston; Mr. and i will be joined by all the Jones' Mrs. George Hall of Cape Girar- family relatives. " ' ~ " Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kenley will include their daughters and grandchildren Mr. and Mrs, Russel Bunch and daughter of near Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Workman and . dean: Mrs. Ruby Bell and daugh ter Rita of Fort Worth, Texas: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slater of Grand Prairie, Texas; Mrs. Joe Pyland P. Whitley and Mrs. H. G. Frost, Jr. The couple left on a southern wedding trip, the bride wearing a charcoal green wool suit with black accessories. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests were from Blythville, Fayetteville, Hoi Springs und Fort Smith. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Holiday party at Country Club, i p.m. , Una; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Me Crary of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McCrary of St. Louis; Mrs. J. D. Best and Mr, and Mrs. Claude Edwards of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitener and At the Hospitals 1 Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Patty Lewis, city Dixie Regenold, city Mrs. Herschel Besharse and baby, city Linda Wyatt, city Mrs. E. B. Wilson, city carry her away on Christmas Day with ..tinker b e ll A blushing beauty Mooms in December — just in rime (or th« gift giving season. Tinker Bell » (he perfect stocking color to wear with al! the blacks, wilh the new bronze greens and the clear rciis . . . beautiful with all the festive fabrics of the holiday season. And gayest of all — these stocking? conic al! done up in their own star-studded blue box tinkling with' bells. What a ntcrry way to say Merry Christina*. tl.35 and t J.6J JIEDEL'S HOUSE ADD A BRIGHT TOUCH OF COLOR TO YOUR LEISURE HOURS lake Relief's your gift headquarter* lor House Slippers for all members of the family. HONEY pUGS or LO MOX Choose from 10 colon In narrow and medium widths. $198 >8 $y and J IIICHIY FURRID, HAND KADfD, CAPfSKJN H»r«'» a beautifully sryltd Icitur* moccasin. 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