The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR _R££THEVn,LK (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS •»«• Shelton. Society Editor phon . Miss Beard Is Wed In Church Ceremony Miss Delene Beard became (h bride of Edsel McGlolhen ol Smile Tex., in a. single ring cercinoi performed Sunday noon at the A morel Baptist church. The bill Is the daughter of Mr. and Mr Arch Beard of Armorel. The Rev, W. E, Erimondson of ficiated at the nuptial exchange. Christmas scenes about the sane tnary provided the selling. Mrs. Ray Downing served a pianist and Mrs. J. W. Kinsley. v< calfst. Mrs. Hinslry's sclectiot were, "I Love You Truly" and "O Promise Me." Miss Maxine Webb attended th • bride as maid of honor. She wa dressed In a navy blue frock won with matching accessories and com pletcd with a shoulder arrangemcn of gardenias. Mrs. Beard gave his (laughter li marriage. The bride selected for he wedding costume a suit of soldie blue worn with accessories In shade, of blue. She carded a prayc. book fron which cascaded lily of the vallej and orange blossoms and completcc her ensemble with white gloves. Gene Beard, brother of the bride was best man. Mr. and Mrs. McGlothen left yesterday for Smiley to make their home. Out-of-town guests were the Rev and Mrs. James Beard of Batesville Mrs. William Owens and Mrs. Cecl ..Jones of Ripley, Term. Mrs. Henry Berry. Mrs, w. E Edmondson and Mrs. Roy white entertained with, a nilsccllaneou; shower at the Berrv home recently feting the bride. Blue and Silver Highlight Decora lions for Dance Blue and silver was the color combination ' selected to predominate throughout the decorations of the Woman's Club last night for the forma] dance honoring approximately 100 members of the teenage set. Jimmte Homer, daughter of Mr «nd Mrs. Jess Horner, was hostess /or the holiday affair. Poinscltias were set about the »pacious room in which the guests spent the evening in rtanclno Assorted party foods and Icert drinks were served throughout, the evening from a madcria draped refreshment table. A winter scene, accenting the color motif, centered the long table A silver bow] filled with tinted blue carnations and surrounded by. artificial mounds of snow, studded with reindeer formed the study. • Chaperones for the occasion were parents of the hostess, Mr. and Mrs S. C. Owens. Mr. and Mrs o C Wright, of Manila and Mr. and Mrs Earl Buckley. Judy Wright of Manila and Marcla U:e Webb of Conway were out- of-town guests. IN HALF SIZES Bits of News By Sue Burnett Expertly designed to compliment le slightly shorter figure—a hand- imely tailored suit that's prppor- oned to save hours of time In al- ering and fitting your pattern deal for early spring wear. Pattern No. 3273 is a sew-rite erforated pattern In sizes 12'i. 1'i. "iVj. 18',-. 204, 22>i. Size I'i. 3'i yards ol 54-inch. For this pattern, send 25c pins 5c r first-class mailing, in COINS. our name, address, sizes desired. nd the PATTERN NUMBER to ' le Burnett, Courier News. 372 W lincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy the Fail and Winter FASHION. • complete pattern magazine. It ntains a wealth of smart, easy to w styles; special features; gift ttern printed Inside the book. rs. Scay is Guest 'llh Canasla Club Coming Events Social Calendar; Friday Mrs. C. G. Redman entertaining with a drop-in at the Woman's Club honoring houseguest, MLss Nanc." Amos ol Holdenville, Okla. Saturdar Club 28 has " New ' Year's dance at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m Club officers hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Seay was a guest last night with members of the Twin] Table Club when the group met at the home of Mrs. Ual McCollum for an evening of playing canasta. Co- hostess was Miss Frances McCollum. In the canasta game, high score prize went to Mrs. T. E. Drugmand, with low score being won by Mrs Seay. Mrs. Seay wa.s also presented the guest prize. .- . Coffee and cake were served bv the hostesses following the game. " Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses vest«rday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe county clerk: William..*. Ca-sh and Mrs. Vivian A. Cunningham, both of Si Louis Mo. David D. Patterson of Sewarrf Neb., and Miss Doris Lee Wilson of East St. Louis, III. Mrs. Carl WIeland, Miss Mabe Coim-ay a nrt Miss Miry Catherine Kenzcl of St. Louis arrived yesterday afternoon to be (he housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey'Conway for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. u i.oggins and .son. Johnny, accompanied by Mrs Lossins' sister, Mrs. w. L. Landers, and Mr. Landers ol Danville spent Christmas day in Tlptonville' Tenn.. with relatives. Mr. and Mrs! Landers left yesterday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins had i their Yule guests, their sons, Joe Balrd and Tommy Hawkins and daughter, Mrs. C. J. Shatter, Mr. Shaffer and son, Charles Ed. all of Memphis, Mrs. Hsivkin's sisters. Mrs. Lula Doyle Balrd and Mrs. J. C. While and daughter'Mary Lou of Morrilton. Mrs. Venle Webb had as her holiday gucsl.s, Mr. and Mrs. James Malhis of Columbus, Miss. Ret. Harold M. Hodge left yes- lerday for Camp Stewart. Ga., after having spent a Christmas furlough here with his parents Mr and Mrs. D. J. Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moore an< family have returned to their horn in Cullman, Ala., after being the Yule guests of Mr. and Mrs. "D. a Gracy and other relatives. Mlllard L. Glass, fireman appren tfce. USN. sailed today from Treas lire Island. Calif., aboard the USf General Buckner for service or Guam He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass of Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Gentry announce the birth of their first child a son, Christmas Eve in a Flint Mich., hospital. The child has not been named. Mrs. Gentry Is the former Miss Beverly Billiard of Blytheville. Both Mr. and Mrs. Gentry are former residents. Mrs Earl Billiard is In Flint with her daughter and family. Miss Virginia Bowen of Cardwell, Tux Begins A New Life THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1950 A discarded tn\e<lo emerges from (he closet in new glory transformed into smart dinner suit by young womnn (center). She rips trousers (led) fo make skirl, and carefully measures jacket (right) before cutting it down to her own size. ^ Mrs. T J. Bailey OES Worthy Matron- -tate Officer Conducts Ceremonies Mo.. Is the holiday guest ol her par-' cnts. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Bower). Mr. and Mrs. John w. Crow have returned to their home in Fort Smith alter having been the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George return Cross, Edward Lee Pipkin will iclulll Sunday from St. Louis where he lias been spending the holidays with his brother, Fred Pipkin Mrs. Spurgeron Patterson and iii-siiLci, Miss Vivian Patterson spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Webb and family arrived yesterday afternoon from Conway to spend several days m Blylhcville wiih relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Webb are the houseguest.s of Mr .and Mrs. H. D. Jackson. Marcia Lee Is visiting with the Je.« Horner family. They are former Slytheville residents. Misses Barbara and Rosemary Monaghan. C. G. Redman, Jr., and Bill Stancil wire in Parkin yestcr- da for the marriage of Miss Betty Coldrcn and Billy Hix at the First Methodist Church.. Miss Barbara Monaghan assisted at the reception following the ceremony. Mr. Stancil served a.s a groomsman. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and daugh-j ter. Miss Gay Garrigan. arc spend ing several days In Memphis. Karen Drugmand Is 111 at her trcct. Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Bailey was installed •orthy matron of the Order of :astcrn Star. lilythevilie chapter i ceremonies held ln_st night In ie new Masonic Temple on Davis Ruth D. slaton of Joiner worthy grand matron. Grand Chap' ter of the Order ol Eastern Star In Arkansas, served as installing officer. Mrs. Gus Eberdt served 'as Installing marshal!. Mrs. Dan Blodgett. Installing chaplain, and Mrs" Ralph Bcrryman, Installing organ- Other officers installed for 1051 were George StilweJl. worthy patron; Mrs. W. C. Colston, associate matron; W. L. Walker, associate patron; Mrs. J. D. Smith. secretary- Mrs. Gus Eberdt, treasurer; Mrs'. Dale Horn, conductress, Mrs. E. R Alley, associate conductress; Mrs Charle.s McDaniel. chaplain- Mrs J. H. Childress, marshal!. Mrs Alvin Hardy. Adah, Mrs. Gcoroc stil- well, Ruth; Mrs. Ruth Holder Ester; Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Martha Mrs C"o .-l r-\^ r ~t . . _ • "no. W. L. Scott, retiring ] pin the service- 1 :. Among those attending from out- of-town were. Mrs. Ora Owens of Wilson, grand chaplain ol Arkansas Miss Dorothy Ann Danielson of Memphis, worthy grand advisor Or der ol Rainbow for Girls'In Tennessee, b. W. Danielson. past master of Summer Avenue Lodge In Memphis. Mrs. Danielson and Mrs. Lotta B. Bailey of Puxico, Mo. Earl Damon. Electa; Mrs. Walker, warder and F. E sentinel. Mrs. Ed B. Cook as . . o as rcu worthy matron was presented a from the chapter. Following installation ceremonies 350 Attend Dance At Country Club Approximately 350 members of the Country Club ami their guests m e danced last night at the cu the music ol Elmo Donze's orches club to tra from St. Louis. The New Year's dance, one Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS m Dec. 28. <<Pi— <USDA>—Hogs 11,500- very active. 25 mostly 50 higher than Wednesday; good and choice 110-210 Ibs mostly 21.00-->5- ton 21.25; 220-240 Ibs 20.75-21.00-' 240270 Ibs 20.50-75: few 280-325 Ibs 19-50-20.25: 150-110 Ibs 2000-2125120-140 Ibs 18.00-19.50- lighter weights 15.50-17.00; sows 400 Ibs down 17.25-13.00; heavier sows 16.00-17-00; stags 12.00-H.5Q- boar S. 50-13.00. Cattle 1800; calves 400; bulls 50 uglier; vealers 1.00 higher- steers and heifers mostly high medium of Mrs. T. J. Hnlley appointed »"-.. n 0,^ il|!]}u grand page. Mrs. Gus Eberdt was named grand representative. Grand 3napter In Arkansas by Mrs. Sla- .on. Party food were served following You Reach More People Through the Wont Ads ploccd before 9 a.m. will appea, jame day All classified advertising payable in advanc.. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS lome at the Veterans Hou<in? Quarters with chicken-pox. ° N. J. Humphrey was admitted lo Kennedy General IVospital. Mcm- >hls. yesterday for emergency realment. His condition is reported s serious. Miss Frances Marsh and 'lr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey «re In Memphis yesterday with ilm. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey returned home with them but will return lo Memphis today. Mrs. Ben Sigman of Birmingham Ala., is the houscguest of her daughter. Mrs. Sam Landrum and Mr Landrlun. Mrs. Charles Bright. Miss Frances Bright and Sophie Ann Bright are spending today in Memphis. . .*,,, , L.H o urtllCK, (IIid Ol the two given by the club each year wa.s believed to be the largest ever held. Balloons floated from the ceiling and walls of [he ballroom. A mid-night floor show was presented by Bernice sUrnrs and Martha Ann Perry of Memphis. Miss starnes is a cousin of Mrs Lamer Reed and Miss Angie Hood, flub managers. Favors were presented the guests. A large number of out-of-town residents attended. Veterans Receive Christmas Gifts Cards of thank* have been received by members of the Blytheville Legion Auxiliary from Number 88 Hospital for Veterans In Memphis for the 285 Yule girts sent the patients. Gift.s were contributed by Blytheville residents. Mrs. Speck rehabilitation Auxiliary. McGregor serves as chairman for the Al The Hospitals Walls Hospldl Dismissed: Patiicia Harry. Huffman. Mrs. D. A. Webb, Luxora. and low jood ttzs.0fl-32.oo- good cows.23.00-24.00; odd head to 25.00; common and medium 21.00-22.50; canners and , cutters 1S.50-21.00; medium and good bulls 24.50-27.00; cutter and common 21.00-23.50; good and choice vealers 32.00-41.00; common and medium 23.00-31.00. In parts of -<he Philllpmcs, fish an Inch long are used for food. They are mixed with batter and baked into small cakes, WILL IT RAIN JULY 4th? Many of Idaho's hot springs are not heawd by chemicals within the waters as some has springs are heated, but by hot ashes and lava in the volcanic areas beneath the surface. St't what the 1951 St. Joseph Calendar and Weather Chart says about it! Thousands of u»eful facts! tare to set yours lo-, day»l»nydruj?coun- | ter. No charge! IT'I— | i i«n. a+ya anout leful facts! a^ FREF For Important Occasions . . . Send Flowers and be sure to please! *7/ ""J/ <?/ ^sfie Slower ^2>non Mrs. Baker Wilson Dial 449L CAWfr New Year's Dance Saturday, Dec. 30 9 till ? 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