The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1955 - Society News - •. Ann Mallitvir Qrt/iiofv * PnC Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Donald Smart Donald Smart and Miss Ballou Wed in Ceremony at Knoxville Miss Nancy Ellen Ballou, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 0. E. Ballou, of Knoxville, Tenn., became the bride of Willard Donald Smart, of Memphis, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Herschel Smart of Blythevilie, in a ceremony solemnized Dec. 17 at the First Baptist Church in Knoxville. Dr. Charles A. Trentham, assisted by the Rev. Wallace Carrier, pastor of First Baptist Church in Rockwood, Tenn., officiated at the exchange of vows. Miss Reba Gentry, organist ,and Ambrose HoHord, vocalist presented a program of nuptial music. Feature of the wedding decorations at the church was a massive white wedding bell of white frosted foam suspended by satin ribbons from a high massive arch of the same material as the bell. This arch was entwined with smllax. Garlands of pine holding white candles and hung with a curtain of smilax hung from the central archarch down to white columns at each end of the choir rail which supported white urns of gladioli and chrysanthemums. An interesting pattern of flickering candlelight was formed by many candles in seven branched candelabra along the choir rail. Miss Shirley Ballou, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. D, C. Batts of Norfolk, Va.. Mrs. Terrell Ficlden, Miss Saralene Johnson, Miss Margaret Trotter and Miss Janet Long of KnoxvUle. They wore identical gowns ol emeral green velvet featuring waltz length skirts and fitted torso bo- dices. The bodices featured a scroll neckline and shirred • three-quarter length sleeves. They carried green velvet muffs decorated with white leaves, eu- charfs lilies and white roses. The bride, who was given tn marriage by her father, wore a wedding dress of Rosepoint lace featuring a moulded Basque bodice iwth lace applique adorning the scooped neckline. Her full tiered skirt of lace was poised over satin and fell into a regal train. The four-tiered fingertip veil fell from a crown of Rose : point lace and twist of open wortc pearls and sequins. She carried a white tuLle muff decorated with eucharis lilies, white hybride cattleya orchid and lilies- of-the-valley. James H. Smart of Blythevilie served his brother as best man. Ushers were Gordon Ballou, brother of the bride, R. C. Allen of Memphis, Norton Patteson of Memphis, Perry Rothrock of Blythevilie and Kyle Testerman of Knoxville. Following the ceremony a breakfast was held at Cherokee Country Club. The couple left oo a ten-day wedding trip to The Cloisters at Sea Island, Ga., and upon their return will make their home at Fort Bits of New l // D t o 6 tilt rct'A on a I <t * Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muery and dughters Mary Lou and Janice ijue will arrive Sunday for a visit with lis mother, Mrs. Carrie Muery. They will go, from here to Costa Rit-'a where Mr. Muery is head oi a soil survey for the Standard Fruit Company. Mrs. Muery will also have as her guests the .first of next week her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Bahn, Sgt. Bahn and children who have been stationed at Randolph Air Force Base, Tex., and. are en route to Ladd ir Force Base. Fairbanks. Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bray announce the birth of a son Dec. 21 at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Randal David. Mr. and Mrs. Bray also have a daughter, Vicky Joyce. , Miss Mary Gail Wilbourn has returned to her home in Jonesboro after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. R.'H, Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Halsell Jr., announce the birth of a son, Dec. 16 at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named David Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Halsell also have Lwo daughters, Judy and Marts. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children will return today from Fort Smith where they have spent the past several days visiting relatives.; O'Neal Dedman, student at Arkansas Tech at Russcllville, is visiting tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. Mrs. A- D. Baughn of Senath will arrive toy ay to spend the holiday season with her daughter, Mrs. Kemper Bruton and family. A/lc James T. Capps of Kindley Air Force Base, Bermuda, has arrived here to spend the holiday's with ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. 6. L. Capps and family. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Fisher of placervflle, Calif., were dinner quests last night of Mr. and Mi's. Raymond Bomar. Miss Judy Lou Williams of Bolivar, Mo., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walden. Miss Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Walden returned last night from Memphis where they visited the Walden's daughter. Mrs. Duff Gaither, Mrs. Galther, Mrs. Gaither and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walden will have as their guests Christmas their son, Bob Walden, Mrs. Walden and son of Hughes. Miss Mona Joy Gaines will arrive today from St. Louis to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaines. She will have as her guests Motion" gtookwyi, j>cu4a! ...the more MOJUD the merrier) Chrktmoi will be m«rtiesl (or th« "ang«l" who g«t« a whole wordrob* of Mojud nyloni. Th«y'r« famoui "Mogic Motion" stockings with exlra "giv«" and spring-back in the knll for extra-clou, clinging fit. Set our full selection of Mojud Holiday colors, and stylti for every occasion. Free Gift Wrapping BRIDE — In a ceremony solemnized Tuesday evening in First Methodist Church at, Little Rock, Miss Susanne Medlin, daughter of Mrs. Ella Max Davis Medlin of Little Rock and Robert Gray Medlin of Washington. D. C., became the bride o! John Graham Sudbury III, son of Judge and Mrs, John Graham Sudbury Jr., of Blythevilie. Sanders Manor Apartments in lemphis. Those attending the ceremony from Blythevilie were Mr. and Mrs T H. Smart and Perry Rothrock. Coffee at Alvin Huffman Home Honors Miss Carrie Sue Haynes A coffee al the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., yesterday afternoon complimented Miss Carrie Sue Haynes, bride-elect of Alan Berry. Meyers Bakery Employees Have Dinner Miss Haynes greeted guests wearing a red tuffcta Christmas frock Miss Polly Ann and Miss Helen van Weirl also of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawkins Jr.. of Dallas, Tex., will arrive tomorrow for a 1 holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Yates. and her brother, Mike Yates, and family. Charles Bilbrey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bilbrey, is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. He is in Room B-17. | After spending several days with! friends in Pine Bluff. Ralph Wahl. j delabra holding glowing green ta- senior at Arkansas State College, has pers. The candelabra stood in a bed arrived here to visit his parents, of greenery, gold frosted leaves and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl. gold baubles. Other Christmas can- hall, a giant white candle was nestled in greenery and berries. Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. MIXe Cunningham presided at the table which was overlaid with a green cloth outlined in gold. The centerpiece was a gold can- ft. SONS 8H O E S Greetings It Christmas! Before this year is over, we want to thank OTUT many customers for their continuing faith ia IM, and wkh TOW aR a very Joyow* Holiday! . . . FAMILY SHOE STORE Following the dinner Santa Glaus arrived and presented each of the 2<H guests with a gift. Singing of Christinas enrol* con- lucled the eevning'-s entertainn Lutheran Sunday School To Have Party First Lutheran Church annual Sunday School Christmas program will bo presented Saturday at 5 p.m. The story and accompanying film strip is entitled "In Bethlehem's Manger." CHANGED CAPITALS In May, 1804, Montana became a territory with Bnnnnck as its capital but, when richer strikes \vi-rc made near Virginia City, Urn latter \vas made the seat of government. Helena, the present capital, became the cnpllal ten years later. At tloe Hospitals Blythevilie Hospital Dismissed: Phillip Barch, Luxora Becky Henderson, Manila Homer Leroy Wade, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Priddy, city Charles Thompson, city Mrs. H. L. Halsell and'baby, city Nan Petty, city Mrs. Henderson Bolton, Steele Mrs. Bobby J. Walker and baby city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Curtiss Jackson, Rt. 1, city H. M. Collins, city 6k. SONS SHOES dies were used in the dining room. The living room of the home was also decorated with greenery, berries and candles along with a miniature snow scene which was placet! on the television. The hostess also presented Miss Haynes with a gift of silver. Throughout the afternoon soft recordings of Christmas carols were played. and a white carnation corsage, a gift of her hostess. Mrs. Kendall Berry, mother of the groom-elect, received in a party frock of wedgewood blue taffeta with matching accessories. The entrance hall of the Huffman home was decorated with boughs of greenery to which were tied snowballs. On the table in the GIFT OF Brighten the life of a hard-of- hearjog friend or loved one for only $60! Via it or phone today for complete information. It'* (B e«v . . §o thouehtfull MRS. H. L. HARP 910 W. 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