The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 27, 1952
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*AGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS IATORDAY, DISC. ZT, Fat MuJlinjj, Society Editor Phone 4461 Couple Marries in Home Ceremony The Shelburnc Brcuer home on Walker and Mrs. Rus«)l Walker WfiD TODAY — Miss La Von lie Port lock, today became the bride of Robert Smith Gavrelt of Stetle at the First Baptist Church. Following an undisclosed wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Garrelt will make their home in Blj'theville. Caruthcrsvllle,. Hayti and other Mints of Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas. The couple departed' 1 for an im- lisclosod wedding trip, the bride ft'caring a pink jersey dress with w.irl studded collar, and navy blue accessories. Her coat was white with seed pearl studded collar and la- pcU. Tile couple will be at home in Blythevllle. Dinner Is Given For Wedding Party Members of the Portlock-ClAvrctl wedding party were entertalnct last night with dinner, followed by a rehearsal nt the First Baptist Church. The Rustic Inn was the fcene ol West Main Street was the scene of a wedding yesterday afternoon,, when their niece, Miss Margaret Ann Tyson of St. LouEs and a frequent visitor In Blythevllle, became the bride of. John Nicholas Frank of St. Loul.1 and Cincinnati. The i double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. G, Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Vows were pledged before an Improvised altaT" In the living room. The background for the wedding party was formed of glowing white tapers in white wrought Iron candelabra entwined with greenery and centered with while satin bows and streamers. The bridal couple stood beneath an old-fashion kissing ring, covered with white satin and holding mistletoe and silver wedding bells. Other candles on the mantle and organ softly lighted the room. The bride, entering on the arm of Mr, Brewer, who gave her In marriage, was gowned In a ballerina length dress of white bridal satin, fashioned with a pointed watst, strapless bodice and full skirt with graduated lengtlvs of scalloped ny- the dinner, which was attended by lo'i tulle oversklrts and worn over 21 people, t who f were seated at one ! crinoline. She wore a matching sat- served at the table. Later in the evening, Mrs. Eugene Atchley of St. Louis, the bride's mother, was hostess at- a wedding supper in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble for members of the family and out-of-town guests. The table held on epergne arrangement of white roses and holly, with white tapers In branched crystal candelabra. Mrs. Atchley wore for her daughter's marriage a light blue faille dress trimmed In velvet, and a corsage of white carnations with sliver and white satin, Following a brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Frank will be at home n Cincinnati, where he Is a chemical engineer with General Electric Corporation. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. P. Boyfec long table'. In Jacket and her short circular A bouquet of white chrysanthe- ' veil of misty Illusion fell from a mum Jnterspersert with blue flocks I t'arn of seed penrls. SnUn opera LaVonne Portlock Becomes Bride Of Robert S. Garrett of Steele i In a double ring ceremony performed this morning at 10:30 o'clock mt the First Baptist Church on Walnut Street, Miss LaVonne Poitlock became the bride of Robert- Smith Garrett ot. Steelc. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the church, officiated at the exchange of vows before a large gathering of friends nnd relatives. filled' the blue vase which centered iha table. Miss Portlock w*orc for the occasion n suit of blue wool gabardine, with which she chose • brown accessories. The attendants received gifts from the bride and groom-to-be. Miss Portlock is the daughter of i Mrs. Joe Warren Portlock nnd the; late Mr. Portlock, and Mr. Ga/rett Is the son of Mr, and Mrs, Cleo Garrett of Steele. The wedding party gathered before a ' background formed by a white wrought Iron arch entwined with huckleberry and Interspersed with giant white chrysanthemums. Flanking the sides of the arch were white v,-rought Iron princess baskets holding .white gladioli tied with white satin and interspersed with winter greenery. Forming the backdrop tor the lloral arrangement 'were white wrought iron caudlela- bra holding burning white cathedral tapers. Family pews weje marked with white satin puffs. A program of nuptial music wns presented as guests arrived. Mrs. G.! Murray Smart was organist and MLss Pat Mulllns was vocalist. Mrs. Smart, who was gowned In a slate blUe Haffeta' afternoon gown with short jacket, played among other selections, "On Wings of Song," by ' Mendelssohn, "Meditation" by Forman, "To a Wood Violet" by Felton. "Serenade" by Lltl, "Intermezzo" by Provost, and the traditional marches. "The Lord's Prayer," and "I Love Thee," were the numbers selected by the vocalist, who was dressed In an Ice blue gown of taffela in Waits length, fashioned with full gathered skirt, and basque waist, with low scalloped neckline. They wore garnet sweetheart roses. Serving Miss Portlock as matron of honor wns Mrs. Elolse Nicholson who was dressed In n waltz length gown of royal blue taffeta, featuring a tow scalloped neckline, with long sleeves to petal points over the hands. She wore matching opera pumps and a headband encrusted with pearls and rosettes, holding a brush brow veil. Gardenias with puffs of blue French mallne formed the bouquet she carried. Miss Frances Jones and Miss Rose Emma Burton, who served as bridesmaids were attired identically In ice blue taffeta gowns, fashioned like that of the matron of honor. Their bouquets were also identical to that carried by Mrs Nicholson. Bride Wears Lace rlage by Ray Parks, a faintly friend, was gowned for her wedding n a dress of chnntilly lace over- gleaming bridal satin. The full lathered skirt was poised over period hoops. The elongated basque waist was buttoned with tiny self covered buttons down The back. The scalloped ncckllncd was filled In at tbe yolk with Illusion bound hi satin. Her veil, drifts of French Illusion, which fell to natural points at her finger tips, was held In place by a satin tiara encrusted with seed pearls, and her wedding slippers were white satin opera pumps. Her only ornament was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. Cascading from the white satln- covcretl Bible she curried were feathered lily petals, snapdragon florets and other white blossoms caught with the white satin which surrounded a pure white orcJiltl. AII gowns* worn by nitetidants were designed and made by the bride's mother. Howard Garrett of University of Missouri, Columbia, served his bro- her ns best man. Ushers were Jcr- Driver Man Wed To Merle Mackey The marriage of Miss Merle Jane Mackey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry A. Mnckny. ol Arkadelphia, and Jo'm EIRs Elslnnder. son or Mr. and Mis. Hcter B. Elslnnder of Driver, was Eolemn[z"d Dec. 20 nt the First Methodist Church at Ar- kndelphta. The Rev. William O. Byrd, pnsto: perlormed the double ring ceremony. The tOtnr - wns decorated with southern smllax, seven - branched cnmtclnbra. Ivory taocrs, tall floor standards of calln lilies nnd cream chrysanthemums. Vows were exchanged hefnrc a lighted cross arid oncn Bible flanked bv an arrangement of white poln- settias and greenerv. Pews were marked with satin ribbon and whit heUs and chrysanthemums, Mrs, H. Grndy Smith, organist gnve a program of wedding music and accompanied Miss Amy Louisi Mackey. sister of the bride, whi .sang. The bride, Riven In marrlatre b icr father, wore a gown of chain )alj;ne rhanUllv lace mid nylon tull over taffeta. The bndlce and sleeve vere fashioned of Incc. A d?e ibinlcrl band of Iricc was* set int :he full ballerina' skirt, nnd a wid affeta cummerbund looked In th back extended to the hem of th *=kirt Tier shonkler-lciifjth veil o Illusion cascaded from a lace a^ DLItarcl of Portagevllle, n. O. Wells, .Jack Crawford and Jerry Hainra, all of Steelc. Fpr her daughter's mnrrlngc. Mrs. Porllock chose a dress of gray gabardine trimmed with pink, which featured a matching stole and black accessories. She pinned pink camellias at her shoulder. Mrs. Ga rrel t WAS d ressed in brown with matching accessories and was given white camellias for lier shoulder. x Reception Is Given Following the ceremony, Mrs Povtlock was hostess for n rccep-j tlon held in the church dining room. Baskets of'white gladioli formed the floral decoration and at the bride's table, garlands of cultured smllax, studded with gardtmins surrounded the three-tiered wedding cake and punch' bowl, Those assisting in serving were Mrs. RAiulnll Hawks, Miss Ixuiella Barnes, Mrs. Ray Parks, Miss Frances McColluin and Miss Rosana Cleveland. They were each given a corsage of while carnations. Out-of-town guests for the oc- Lnffeta doc^c. Bits of News erAonal Choir Give* Program The annual Chlrntmas Service was held at First, Baptist Church Sunday evening. The combined choirs, under the direction of Mrs. Ed Williams, choir director, was In charge of the program. Mrs, c. E. Leftwlch was organist. Included on the program were "And There Were Shepherds" by Mrs. W, D. Brown and the choir; "We Three Kings of Orient Are," by Benny Bledsoc* Curtis Miller and II. O. Yntea Jr., and "Star of the East' by Mrs. Glen Wheeler and Mrs. M. J. Manker. As the curtain was raised on the Manger Scene, Jo Lee Williams sang "Away In the Manger," Children" Entertained The Baptist Brotherhood sponsored the annual Christmas tree Wed- \imps completed her attire. She irlcd a white lace colonial bournct f bridal rosrw with knotted satin .reamers. Slsler Is Attendant Her Bister, MrK. Rex Uzzle, ,er only attendant. She chose a bal- nlr.a length dress of turquoise vel- et with draped bodice and halter icckline with n brief spencer covrr- ng her shoulders. Her opera pumps vcrc of the same shade of velvet. A inv half-hut of b'.i'.e, completely ovrred with velvet flowers with a | hort lacy veil, complemented her; own. Her bouquet was of lemon yel- ow carnations with blue velvet eaves, aivd tied with matching sat- n ribbon. J. N. Walker, uncle of. the bride, iprvcd Mr. Frank ns best man. Wedding mvislc \vns played by Mrs. Ralph Borryman at an old-fash- oncd organ, and included the traditional wedding marches. Immediately following the cerc- nony, Mr, and Mrs. Brewer entcr- .aincd with a small Informal re- ccpUon. The bride's table, set in front of a large lighted Christmas :ree In the den, was covered with white ruffled organdy, tied at Intervals with puffs of white nnd green satin holding holly and silver bells. 'Hie three-tier ed wedding cake and cranberry crystal bowl were outlined with holly and satin bows. A Christmas tree canrtclabra holding white tnners nnd tied with silver bells lighted the table. Mrs. J. N. Dance Is Given At Hotel Noble Mr. and Mrs, Russell Bunch and daughter have gone to Miami, Fla., to visit friends, and Mr. Bunch will attend the Orange Bowl game, Mr, and Mrs. Smith Bracken and I sons, the Rev. Bernard Bracken and Smith Bracken, Jr., spent Christmas day in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Topper. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Y/atkins.and family had as their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith of Alexandria; La., Mr. and Mrs. I. L. LaRue of Bakcrsville, Calif., Mrs. James Price and son, Roy Price, of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mrs. Maxwell Hart and son, Russell, of Chattanooga, Tenn,. arrived yesterday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and family. Mrs. Ben Flail Is convalescing at her home following an operation which she underwent recently at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzIe will return tonight from Hot Springs, where they were the holiday guests of rein lives, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stockley returned to their home In Marion today after having been the Christmas guests of her mother, Mrs. S. S. Patterson, and her grandmother. Mrs. W. T. Oberst, _ Tom B. Miller of'Memphis, formerly of BlythevIHe, who, with Mrs. Miller has been the holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucy McAdams, and other relatives, was removed vestsrday afternoon to Memphis Baptist Hospital after having been stricken suddenly ill. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are planning to move soon to Jackson, Miss., where he la being transferred from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel- Frank of Sterling, III., were guests yesterday parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Moore. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Robertson and daughter, Jane Ann, of College Heights, Ark., arrived yesterday to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson and far-lly. Dick and Frank Richardson, sons Of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson, nre recuperating at their home from chickenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe and daughter. Pat Taylor, spent Christmas in Memphis with relatives. Gary Mason left Thursday after- oon for Bethesda. Md., where he n«day night at 1:1* at th« church. The tree wai for the benefit of all chclldren In th« community. Each child was given a bag of fruit and candy. The Brotherhood also saw that needy children of Wilson had toys (or Christmas. The committees In charge were: candy, fruit, bags—Albert Greenwell, Curtis Miller, J. J. Perry; toys, repairing—Uack. Henderson, Clarence Medlln, Stanley Pierce; delivery^. B, Lovett, Ed Williams, Lamar McDanlel, J. A. McCuilar; tree and decorations — Wayne Busaey, Dwtght Anderson, M. J. Manker and John La Rue. Student Night Set Student Night will be observed at First Baptist Church tomorrow night. Services will begin at 7:30, The Rev. James Watkins, pastor at the Mission Chapel and a student at Southern Baptist college at Walnut Ridge, will bring the message and all Young People will take part In the program. Simms Entertain* The country home of Mr. and Mrs, T, A. Simms, Jr., was decorated for the Christmas season as eight couples gathered for a turkey dinner Monday evening. As they arrived each'of the guests placed a gift beneath a huge Christmas tree at one end of the living room. Each couple attending shared in the preparation of the meal which was served buffet style in the fes- Muriel Knudsen Honored At Party An Informal drop-In party W given yesterday alternoon bjr Mr*. O. Knudwn at her home complimenting her daughter, Mlji Muriel Xnudsen, who Is vacatfoonlng here from Lackland Air-Force Saw, San Antonio, Tex. i Neighbors and friends callad b»- tweerv the hours o! 2 and \ o'clock. Lighted candles, greenery, yvf Christmas baubles and pink carnations were used to decorate the living room. The refreshment tab!« In the dining room, tram which iced drinks and party foods were served, was centered with an arrangement of white carnations, red candles, slivered taublcs and greenery. is spending several days with his aunt. Mrs. Hamilton Talbott and Mr. Talbott. Mrs. J. W. purlle and sons. Robert Hurtle, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Purtlc, have had as their holiday- guest. 1 ; their daughter and sister, Miss Delia Purtle of St. Louis, Mo., and their son and brother, J. W. Pnrtle, Mrs. PurtLe and children, nil of Helena. Mi.<E purtle Is returning to St. Louis tonight, and Mr. and Mrs. Purtle nnd children, who a'iso have divided their visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Punk Willis. will leave tomorrow to return to their home. Richard Lum, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lum. lin-s arrived home after receiving his discharge from the Army following almost two years or service, including several months In Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McChire and son. Allen, of St. Louis. Mo., will return home tomqrrow after a holiday visit' here with her parents, Mr. aiwl Mrs. 11. E. Graham, and family. They will be accompanied home by Mrs. McClure's brother, Dwaine Graham, for a week's visit. Miss Shirley Aciatr or Fort Smith arrived today to be the housguest o( Miss Rosemary Monaghan and lively decorated dining room. Following dinner, bridge and canasta were played with Mrs. John Bowen and Warren Speck winning top scoring honors in bridge and Mrs. L. T. stotts and Jerry Hays winning in canasta. At the conclusion of the games, gifts were exchanged and a dessert course served. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Crawford and family are in Goshen, Ind., to spend the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Jew; Lidell Jr., and her family. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Shull and sons, Glen. Junior and Hayden are In Owensboro, Ky., to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Anna Tucker, and her brother E. H. Tucker. Mr. and. Mrs. Larry Bishop and their family have moved to Benton, Ark. Christmas Dance Given Last Night A large number of college students home for the Christmas holidays were present at an informal dance given last night by Will Wh'it- ner, Jr.. Joe and Tom Walls, Bill Wunderllch. Rupert Martin Crafton, Freddy Mullins, Jerry and Johnny Halsell, Pat Smothermon and Oliver Coppedge Jr. The Jnycee Clubhouse, scene of the affair, was decorated In keeping with the holiday season. The windows, banked in silver-sprayed greenery, held swags of red, green and white tinsel, and other decorations seen about the rooms and on the refreshment table from which punch nnd asorted party foods were served throughout the evening, were in the same gay theme. The more than 100 guests spent the evening in dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bussey nnti Boneless Turkeys Resemble Football NEW, YORK fAP)—Frozen, boneless turkeys, which look something like a football, have been introduced by a micHown specialty shop. The turkeys are from 5 to 8^4 . pounds of solid meat. 70 per cent white and 30 per cent dark. In their preparation, only one incision ts made In the skin and the bones ar» removed without cutting the flesh. The boned meat is stuffed back Inside.- the skin, which then Is sewn together. Finally the turkeys are quick-frozen. fV Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Brasfield and The w)ll((S HoUand Farm> whft _ mitts nntl satm The bride, who was given in mar- .caslon were from Steelc, Osceola, brocaded slinpcrs matched her gown, She carried a ballerina bouquet ot.J4Ui.slon, white roses nnd lilies of the---!vftilcy showered with white natln a.nd • pearl leaves. Her only ornament was a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridenroom. Miss Shirley Ann Mnckcy. sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was gowned In a biiUcrlnn frock of di'Sty faille taffeta nnd carried a ballerina cluster of roses nnd pink carnations, Mrs, Mnckcy. mother of the bride, chose a gown of teal bine crepe with wnlch she wore brown accessories nnd n corsage of Talisman roses. Charles K. Lowrcitice TIT, of Driver served as best man. Cant. Charles E. Elslander ot Lawlon, Okln., brother of the bridegroom, and Lt. Roy G. Green of Arkadelphla were acolytes. Ushers were Leon Ray ol Memphis, and Don Elslander of Wilson, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception wns held at the Cadrio Hotel where Miss Betty Sue Cryer, cousin of the bride, had charge of the j bride's book. Serving were Miss j Barbnra Halliburton, Miss Connie!, and Mrs, Paul Romefiburp. Mrs. I TKe Mirror Room bf/Hotel Noble was the setting Inst night for one rt the largest of the holiday dances for members of the teen ao.roup. Hostesses for the affair were Sally McCutchen. Gall Brogdon and Mar ha Manley, and included among ,hc 1?5 present were a number of visitors here for the Christmas sea- A brightly-lighted Christmas tree. Christmas baubles, mistletoe and other greenery were seen about the of her brothers. Wilbur and Leon Oenning, and their families. Mr. and tylrs, frank were en^route .fcft .their home after n visit of several weeks with relatives in Helena. Air, and .Mrs. Harold McLarey have returned to their home In Little Rock, after having been the guests « [ . Mr and. Mrs. R. W. room \vhflr e' the Ruests the her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. The two girls are classmates ot University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. John son, Ronnie, of Memphis have been the guests of their parents, Mr.. Rud Mrs. J. J. Bussey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry of Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry Christmas Day. Among the servicemen who are home for the holidays are Seaman Recruit Dee Jones from Great Lakes, 111., Training Center, Robert W. Yates of the Air Force from James Connerly Field, Waco, Texas; Lester Hale, Jr., also of the Air Force sta tinned at Laredo, Texas; and Pfc man, MRSS., which produces as ma- as 100,000 turkeys a year, hM ]een experimenting with the boninf irocess for several years, co-operat- ng In the project were several agricultural schools, including those of Massachusetts State College and Cornell University. evening dancing. Iced drinks and onrty foods were served throughout the evening. Chapero*:es Included ,Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mr. and Mrs. Char!es Ilropdon and Mr. and Mrs, James S. Mnniey. Shepherd, For travel Mrs. El&lander wore a model of spruce-green wool with winter white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Elslnnder are spending their honeymoon on the Gulf Coast., after which they will be at home nt \Vil- Wooten and family. Miss Bobbie Sue Whisenhunt, who Is a nurse In the Veterans Hospital in Little Rock, Is spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt and fnmily. Mr. and Mrs, Billy Wooten left yesterday for Jackson. Ml=s, where they were called by the*critical Illness of her mother. Miss Catherine Robertson of Little Ro:k and Hnrold Robertson of Denton, Texas, will leave tomorrow for their homes after having been the holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson-and family. Miss Tommie Robertson will accompany her brother to Denton where they will be joined by an other brother. Lieut. CarL^ Robertson, who is en route home alter service in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berry of St. i Louis, Mo., are the guests of her children arrived yesterday from Princeton, Ky.. to visit his • mother, Mrs. T, J. Mahan and family. Also arriving yesterday for a visit with her mother was Mrs. Josinh Forte of ClarksvIUe, Tenn. Another of Mrs. Mahan's sons, Dr. Thomas K. Mahan, hia wife and three sons,"left, this morning to return to their home in Grand Junction, Colo., after a holiday visit here. Miss Clarice Maxwell, who has been the Christmas guest, oC her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maxwell, has returned to Durham, N.C., where she is a student at Duke University School of Medical Technology. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Barton have returned to their home in Omaha, Nebr., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, and fnmily. iwfc -Paul''Spears ol trrtprMarines from . Calif. Seaman Aubrey Wilson, who Is Weil-Fed Piggy Banks MIAMI. Fla. (AP) — The third piggy-bank theft in as many weeki here tTlat some contain more spending the holidays with his parents' at Holly Springs, Miss., and his guest. Eenman Mark EIrod of Long Beach. Calif., were the guests o Boatswain Third Class Billy C Boyles Monday night at the horn of his parents. The boys serv aboard the USS Cavalier. Mrs. E. H. Douglas is spending th holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Larry Bishop, and family In Benton, Coming Events Sunday Pemlscot county Singing Convention has Christmas singing at Hayti beginning at 1 p.m. than chicken feed. A piggy bank containing $27 wa» stolen recently from a desk drawer. Before" that a prowler walked off with a well-fed piggy bank containing $1.000, the property of a prom-' inent contractor. OLho \Vilkorson, and Mrs. Harold First Baptist Church 8th & Walnut Blytheville, Ark. RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN.THE NEW- By Attending Every Service of the Church Sunday, Dec. 28 9:40 A.M.—Sunday School 10:55 A.M.—Morning Worship 6:30 P.M.—Training Union 7:30 P.M.—STUDENT NIGHT AT CHRISTMAS Wednesday, Dec. 31 0:15 p.m.—Sunday School Council Supper 7:15 p.m.—Teachers Meeting 8:30 p.m.—WATCH NIGHT SERVICE At the close of the Old Year and the dawning of a New Year, it is inventory time for every Christian. Has 1952 been spent in maximum Christian living? And can the Lord say to you, "Well done, thou good asid failhCui servant."? Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. . At All Times Admission 14c & 3flc SATURDAY Double Feature PJCHARO KUFHMOAM DIXOM SATURDAY ONLY _PLUS— "KARTOON KARNIVAL" •15 Minutes of Cartoons Also Serial: Son of Gcronimo and Cartoon Forget Washday Drudgery, Send Us Your Laundry! LAUNDRY - CLEANERS SUNDAY & MONDAY HEADED FOR HEADLINES! 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