The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1950 · Page 2
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?AOB TWO J»n« Shelton, Society Editor Miss Logan's Betrothal Made Known Today Mr. «nd Mrs. J. w. Logan of Blytheville today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Clyde R. Smith, Jr., of Memphis. The 'bride-elect was graduated from Blytheville High School and • ttends Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she is reporter and social chairman of the sophomore class, secretary o( ARKASTATERS, leadership organization, and a member of Alpha Omicron PI, national aoelal sorority. A graduate of Lcpanto High School, Mr. Smith attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetle- ville, Vamlerbilt. Nashville, and Southwestern. Memphis. During the war he serced as navigator in the Naval Air Corps for three years. Mr. Smith received his bachelor's degree from Arkansas State College and is now with General Motors Acceptance Corporation, Greenville Miss. - ' The nuptial exchange Is planned for early February. EASY TO SEW DRESS ' KfVGAGK- MENT TOLD —An early February ceremony is 1 planned by Miss Betty Logan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W." Lo#ai) of" Blytiicville, for her marriage to Clyde R. Smith, Jr., of Memphis. ,8625^ 12-6 yn.-< By Sue Burnett As sweet as her smile in this darling school or party frock for young girls. And so simple for mother to -sew with gay buttons nnd snowy white collar for trim. Pattern No. 8625 ia a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 2, 3, 4, » and 6 years. Size 3. l»i yards of 35 or 39-inch; M yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired. Bnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W quincy Street, Chicago e, III. Send 25 cents loday for your copy of the Pall and Winter FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. It contains a weallh of smart, easy to sew styles; special features; gift pattern printed inside the bonk Approximately 160.000,000 average-sized Irecs are cut from forests annually to supply U.S. lumber needs. BLYTHEVrU.B (AUK.) COURIER NEWS ,* f»JT ' Bits of News Fecn-Agers Again Honored At Country Club Dance Mistletoe bedecked the entrance to the ballroom of the Country Club last night for the formal dance for 135 members of the teen-age set in another of the holiday activities planned for Blylhe- ville's younger social set. Put Partlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. vparltow, Chuck Langston, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C Langston. and Mary Alice McWaters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. L. McWaters, were host and hostesses. Mistletoe adorned the walls of the ball room which had as ILs point of Interest a large lighted Yule tree. A beaming Sanla Clam face was placed on the balcony while assorted hued balloons floated from the chandllers. Large bowls filled with green and red sherbert punch stood at either end of the long refreshment table. Lighted red tapers burned in crystal candelabra to provide the lighting for the table scene which was finished with brilliant poinset- llas. Several out-of-town guests attended the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Parllow, Mr. and Mr.s. Langston and Mr. McWaters were chaperones for the evening's dancing. • • * Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Jimmie Homer ^ hostess for a dance at the Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Thursday- Mrs. George Sslba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Jack EJalstcad enlertainlng Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Friday Mrs. C. G. Kt-riman entertaining with a drop-in at the Woman's Club honoring houseguest, Miss "fancy Amos of Holrienville, O'ida. Saturday Club 28 has New Year's ance at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Club (Ticers hosts and hostesses. Football Team, Guests Entertained at Dinner Approximately W members of the Blytheville Chickasaw football team, Coaches Russell Mo.sley and Bill Slancil. Trainer "Pop" Mosley and Marshall Blackard were honored Friday night by Mrs. Clyde Lutes when she entertained with a dinner party at the Djgwood Ridge Club House. Yule decorations were placed throughout the entertaining rooms of the club. State Officer To Conduct OES Installation Rites Mrs. Ruth D. Siaton. Worthy Grand Matron of Arkansas of the Order of the Eastern Star, will conduct the public Installation of officers of the Blytheville Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star tonight at the Masonic Hall on Davis Street. ' Services will begin at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Travis and daughter, Hrenda Kay of Dallas, Tex.,'arc the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Damon and family and of Mr. Travis' mother, Mrs, Audle Travis. Mr. and Mrs. o. F. Folgcr and son, Charles, of Los Angeles, Calif and Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Folger of Gentry are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Folger. Mr, and Mrs. Frank VVolsey spent the weekend in Cape Girardeau. Mo., wilh relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Parks aiid daughter. Deborah of Flint, Mich, are the tiousegnesls of Mrs. parks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. o. Shelton. and family. Holiday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. n. S. Shellon were Mr. and Mrs. Cart Bryant of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr., had as their Christinas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hays and son of Qulin, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. woodrow Williams and son of Hilrton, fll., Mrs. Mary Simmons and son and Mrs. Hays' mother. Mrs. Mary I-ouise. Taylor, of Blytheville. Mrs. A. B. Pairficld of Little Rock is spending the holiday vacation here with her mother, Mrs. W. L Dcnton. and .son, Albert. Mr. and Mrs. John -Mayes have as their guest their daughter, Miss Marion Mayes who Is attending Blue Mountain college. Bloc Mountain, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp have a.s their houscKuesls, Mi's. Harp's sister, MUs Kdyth_Rouse of Charleston, Mo. Mr. anil Mrs. Harp will motor Miss Rouse to Charleston the latter part of this week to attend a wedding. Pvt] James Martin has arrived at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Tex., to begin basic air force training, pvt. Martin left for service Dec. la following his enlistment. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Martin of Blythe- lle. Ret. Dllly G. Haynes has relurn- ed to Camp Ruckcr. Ala., where he is in basic training after spending the holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Haynes. Miss Millie Chambers and Edwin Rtuhhlofield returned Monday night from McMinnville, Tenn., where they were tlid holiday weekend ;uest,s of Mr. Stubblcficld's parents, Damon Family Has Reunion Mrs. Tillitlia McKay and Miss Prances Damon were hostesses at their home Monday for ft family reunion of members of the Damon family. Twenty-five attended the affair. Following the buffet dinner, the afternoon wa-s spent informally. Out-of-U)wn members attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Damon and daughter, Mary Lou of North Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. EM Townsend of Waco, Tex., Mr. Townsend's mother, Mrs. Grace Townsend ,of Charleston, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Childcrs of Halls. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. James M! Barnes of Memphis, Bob Damon of the University of Arkansas. Fay- ettcvillc, Miss Nancy Damon of State Teachers, Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Mrs. Stanley Harris of Water Valley, Miss. The Linen & Curtain Shop will be closed till the first, of the year. We're moving! Yes, and expanding, too. Our new location will be at 311 North Sixth, just off Chickasawba Avenue. You'll find tiie same famous lines in our new shop and we'll have more selections for you, more shopping space for your comfort. It's your past patronage that has made this expansion possible . . . we sincerely thank you and will be looking forward to your visits in '51. Mn. C. A. Hony LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP Listen lo KI.CN at 10:11) a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our urn- gram announcements. Box Office Opens at 1:1S Show Slaris 2:00 p.m. Canllnuous Showing Everyilay l.iisl Times Torlav THtlR. NEWEST) FUNNIESTI MUSICALI RdusirJ thru (Jniltr Selecler) Shnrl Subjects Thursday & Friday mm* JIAKRIAGK TOLD — Mrs. Boyd Perrin Hendrlx was until her Aug. 29 marriage in Tunica, Miss, Miss Marllynn Meadows, dajghter of Mr. and Mrs, W. o. Meadows of Liixora. Mr. Hendrix Is the son of W. S. Hendrix of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stubblefield Mr. and Mrs. o. L. McWaters announce the birth of a son Char- Ic-.s Louis McWaters, jr vesterdiv at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Angel), Jr of Slntcsvllle. N. c., were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L Ilarnlson. Mr. Angell was stationed here during WorJii \var II Mrs Angcll Is the former Miss Mary Olive TilKhman. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson returned from Grand Island. Neb yesterday where they spent the \ule holidays with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Earl McGregor and daughter. Mareia Lou. spent the holiday weekend In Ripley Tenn with Mrs. McGregor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Newman. Mr McGregor and daughter and nephew Junior Gallup of Columbus Ky re-' turned to Blytheville Monday «i'°»l Mrs. McGregor remained in Rlpley to at'.cnri the funeral services of her uncle. Lcvi Chlpman. who died Christmas day. Mrs. McGregor was motored home last night by the Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallup who will remain for several days visit before returning to their home in Columbus. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling French had as their holiday guest their son. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER fT, IMt ' Church Ceremony Unites Miss Pratt, Buford Boyles, Jr. WILSON, Ark.. Dec. 27 — In a double ring ceremony performed Sunday Dec. 24 at the First Methodist Church In Jonwboro, Miss Vera Lorene Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Pratt. Sr,, of Jonesboro, became the bride of Buford Franklin Boyles. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. fluford Franklin Boyles of Wilson. The Bev. John McCormfck officiated «t the nuptial exchange The church was decorated with palms, polnsettfaj, and floor baskets of while gladioli and chrysanthemums. The arch, before which the vows were said, was entwined with ivy with candles in the background. The bride was given In marriage by her father. She wore a floor- length model of white brocade satin styled with a full skirt and a portrait neckline. Long sleeves extended Into petal points over hands fastened with tiny self-covered buttons. A veil, edged In chanlllly lace was fastened lo white orange blossoms, forming a halo. She carried a white Bible centered with a pur- Ret. Earl French, who Is stationed at Camp Chaffee. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Bush and son, Alan, returned last night from KnoxviUe. Tenn., where they spent the holidays with relatives a n d friends. Alan will return to the University of Tennessee. Knoxville, iviiere lie is a freshman. .Ian. 1 Lt. Erwin Mitchell left yesterday afternoon for Camp Pickelt. Va., afler having spent the holidays here with Mr.s. Mitchell and family. I Charles Roy Lutes has as hist •iuest.s during the holidays Tom | Woods of Centenary College, i Shrevcport, La., and Gilford Dong-' las of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Jeati"tta .lean M-FT'-'IH j.s spending several days in Hornersville and Senath, Mo., with relatives. M: 1 . and Mrs. Charl-« " .ir>rr>-t/>n and son of Dallas. Tex.. Miss Ann Crook of Houston. Tex., were the holidays guests of Mrs. J. E. Crook and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook and family. Paul Hipp and daugli- :er. Jane of Ripley. Tenn., Joined the group for Christmas day. BRIDE — Mrs. 13uford Franklin Boyles, Jr, was before her Dec. 2<1 marriage, Miss V«ra l.orene Pratt, 1 daughter of Mr. and iMrs. P. B. Pratt, Sr., of Jonesboro. Mrs. Boyles is a member of . the Wilson school faculty. pie orchid. Miss Velila Pratt attended her sister as maid of honor. Her dress was ice-blue satin with inverted sweetheart heck, fitted bodice and full pleated skirt. Her nosegay was of yclloxv and orchid chrysanthe- nnmy; tied with yellow and orchid siieamers, matching her halo of chrysanthemums. Miss Vclclnc and Vita Mae Pralt. sisters of the bride, lighted the candles while Mrs Fred Troult of Jonesboro, presented the organ music. Mrs. Harry Darby of Dyess, Ark., was vocalist. Mona Gail Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Gene Turner of Egypt, Ark., served as flower girl. Her dress was of white satin fashioned similar to those worn by the candle lighters. Marshall Conner of Monette. Arfc.. brother-Indian- of the bridegroom] served as best man. P. B. Pralt. Jr.. brother of the bride and Thomas Boyles. brother of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride was graduated from Arkansas Slate College. Jonesboro, and was a member of Sigma Alpha fambda sorority. She is a member of the Wilson School faculty. Mr. Boyles graduated from Wil- son High School and attended Arkansas State Teachers College, Con. way, where he w» a member of Phi Alpha Zeta fraternity He I) now in the Army stationed at Camp Chaffee. Ark. v Following the ceremony the bride's sister and brother-in-law Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Crump, entertained with i reception at th«Jr At The:- Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Terry Wayne Owen, city. Dewayne Graham, City. W. H. Bllrchett, Steele. Steven Deen, City. Mrs. W. I. Wheat and baby, cit». Glen Mays, city ' Walli Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. L. M Moody, Dell. Mrs. Dorothy Young and baby, C i ty. Max Turner, City. Charley Fisher, Steele Jeannie Broaders. Holland C W. Bush, City. The sacred African lily u a native of India, not Africa. if. PIPER IAURIE - JOYCE HOI DFM ! r.inimcnint N'cws £• Selected Shorts GEM l!o.\ Office Opens (>:I5 Show Starts 7 R.M. I.asl Times Today BOULEVARD tmuf WOOD STORY > Sflrrinl Shnrl Subject* Thursday & Friday Selected Short Subjects JIEDEL'S ' PRICE SALE COATS and DRESSES Every Garment of Nationally Advertised Merchandise Included In This Sale Great Reductions on Many Other Items Sole Starts Thursday Dec. 28, 8:30 A.M. JIEDEL'S

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