The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 15, 1951
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1951 Miss Whittle Married In Church Ceremony In * single ring ceremony performed last night at 8 p.m.. Miss Dorothy Whittle became the bride of Eric Lloyd Ray. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle, the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray of the Number Nine Community. The Rev. dene Schultz heard the enchange of vows at the Number Baptist Church before a ering of friends and relatives the wedding guests assembled, the program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Gwendolyn Rhoades, cousin of the bride. She selected a ballerina length gown of heaven blue taffeta with an overskirt of net. She was presented * 'an of maline on which rested tinted blue carnations. Backets of white gladioli stood against banks of greenery let immediately behind the platform wher* the wedding party assembled. White tapers burned in teven branched candelabra. Miss Adeli RhoadM serving maid of honor preceded her cousin to the platform where the wedding party assembled. Miss Mildred Rhoades and Mlsi Delete Rhoadec, alto cousins of the bride, attended as brldemalds. They -wore gowns of Identical design, with Miss Adele , Rhoades' being of petal pink, Miss Miss Mildred Rhodes' of mint green and Miss Delsle Rhoades' of canary yellow. They were ballerina length with yokv of net attached to the sculptured neckline. The elongated wttsti wen gathered to th« fall flowing skirt*. Each carried maline fans adorned with carnations dyed to match their gowns. Mr. Whittle accompanied his daughter to the altar where he gave bjyn marriage. tfer formal gown of white net arranged over taffeta was ballerina length. The yoke of net was gathered to the snug bodice of taffeta which extended into the flowing taffeta skirt overlaid in net. Her fingertip tell of illusion was caught U a tingle starched band of net. Bha carried a Bible mounted with clusters of white carnations. Eugene Ray served as best man. with Bobby Smith and Wayne Rhoades as ushers. A reception followed for the wedding guests at the Whittle home. Baskets of autmum tone blooms marked the reception and entertaining rooms. For her daughter's marriage Mrs. Whittle aelected a frock of navy blue nylon worn with black accessories. Mother of th« groom, Mrs. Ray, wa»; dressed In a gown fashioned from orchid taffeta and worn with accessories of black. Both were presented white carnations tied in harmonizing ribbons. Th* bride's table was overlaid In glistening satin topped with lace The wedding cake formed the central design for the long table which also held a low bowl of white blooms "White- tapers burned atop the table. •<.,:-..... jflnr. A. J. Rhoades and Mrs. W aWrthoades served the wedding guests. For. traveling later In the evening Mrs. Ray changed to a suit of navy blue with which she wore accessories of white. Mr. and Mrs. Ra; will make their home at 620 Walnut In Blythevllle. Out-of-town wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henry and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henr; and family all of Steele, also guests from Dell and Blylhevlile. BLYTHEVH.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mr*. Hmson Guest With Rook Club . Mrs. Harold Hlnson waa the onlj guest with member* of the Thursday Rook Club for the weekly game Thursday at the home of Mrs. Neville Blafcemore. A dessert course was served and rook played, with Mrs. Blakemore winning high score. Mrs. Cleo wren necnnd, high and Mrs, T. O. Huey rooko. RuffVnan Union Has Banquet An installation banquet of the Huffman Baptist Young People's Union was held last night with Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, counselor, hostess at her home to the 13 members and six guests of the organization. Green and white Union colors predominated in the decorations of the entertaining rooms where the event was held. The glow from lighted white tapers provided the Illumination. Emphasized throughout the event was th- Union aim, "Training iu Church Membership." Gene Pierce of Blythevillc served as master of ceremonies. Rex Lovell addressed the group and following the Installation of officers the Rev. Byron Bpps, pastor of the church, spoke to the group The evening's nativities closed with an address by the Rev. David McHeaXe of the Baptist chapel MIs- " lr Skfe IhRuded In the guest list were Misses Bernlce and Cllffie Overman of Blytheville and Miss Peggy Wagner of Tyler. ..'... Speech Follows Dinner Meeting An address will b« given tonight by Miss Gay Gattis of Little Rock »t the 7 p.m. dinner at the First Chrisilan Church given by the Christian Womens 1 Fellowship. It was erroneously stated that Miss Gattis' address would be Friday night. Miss Gattis serves as state secretary of Womens Fellowship Work of the Christian Womens Fellowship of the Christian Church. To keep the lids of your mustard or horseradish Jars from rusting Inside, coat their inside surfaces with a thin layer of paraffin. PAGE mra Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell (top left) modeled a short formal gown of copper satin for evening wear while the Owens twtai, Sue and Lue (top center) displayed attire for rainy days. Mist Maxlne Hill appears (top right) in the new pyramid coat tor winter wear. Her coat opened la reveal a frock of jersey. Modeled by Mrs. W. R. Nicholson of Ccccola (lower left) Is a gown designed for evening wear of black —Courier News Photos . taffeta sprinkled with sequins. Janie Ellis (second from' left, .lower •panel), selected red velvet covered in a pinafore of imported organdy; • Sarah Bagley (third from left) appears in the ever popular duster of featheroy and Miss Luella Barnes (lower right) Is shown in an early fall costume of corduroy of golden hue piped In brown. Fashion's Newest Tips for Fall Revealed at Showing %• M U It M u ., .. __ "^ Fashion's Latest Decrees Told at Annual Junior Auxiliary Fashion Show Tea; Approximately 300 Attend "When an event has its third birthday It ceases to be a novelty and becomes a tradition. That's the way we like to think of our third annual fashion show tea-a tradition of long standing, which you are helping us to uphold," said Mrs. Williard H. Pease, fashion show commentator yesterday, as she welcomed the approximately 300 women ol this section to the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary showing held at Hotel Noble Tea was served In the Rose Room by Auxiliary members preceding the 3:30 and 5 o'clock showings. Party foods, punch and coffee was served from the long table, which attire by Swansdown. Her hat, a creation of Knox Fifth Avenue, was a cinnamon velour and had a multicolored feather trim.' — — D —.^, „,...,.. ' Miss Barbara Saliba modeled an — _ study In pastel hues. The original of black taffeta topped with center design was of pink carna- & bodice of sheer striped black lions, and greenery caught in and silver. Her waistline was ennui,.,, aim BIUCUUIJ taugni. in aim silver. *ter waistline was en- pipe of brown swirling pink plumcs.f Silver held circled with a wide belt of orange Nnt .„ „ ' , . ,, . .. taoers burned nt either sirtn nf ihp vHvpl - , . Not . to . M overlooked In the quest tapers burned nt either side of the velvet, unusual central design. Pern encircled punch bowls rested at either encl. As the guests made their way to the Mirror Room, they viewed win- , dow displays by various merchants. The doors of the room were opened to reveal a golden tinsel encircled stage on which stood a perky stripped hat top and the be- rufflcd rim of milady's hat box Hat stands on which were suspended satin and floral tied hat boxes further repeated the selected bandbox theme. The Edythe shoppe models opened the showing ol the 'Bandbox Prevue' to the comments of Mrs. Pease, who was dressed in burnt sugar taffeta trimmed in amber novelty buttons. Getting the show off to a brisk start was Mrs. Starling Bunch who stepped from the immaculate bandbox In a plum suit especially de- si&ncd for the petite style. Fashioned of sheen gabardine, the novelty pockets had a rhlncstonc button trim which was repealed In the flashing stones adorning her hat of black velour. TTie suit shown by Mrs. Bunch was created by Jaunty, Jr. Her hat was a Wilshlre original. The House of Swansdown presented the pyramid coat shown by Miss Maxlne Hill to continue the showing of garments by the Edythe Shoppe. The coat In the new color. nude, had a tiny rounded-collar and giant cuffs and was fashioned of Stroocks' pure wool fleece. Miss Hill's coat opened to reveal a wool jersey frock ol beaver brown highlighted with touches of lime green. Her Knox Fifth Avenue hat had a quill to match the coat to complete her costume guaranteed to repel the most bristling winds, wintry Continuing the appearance of just stepping from a bandbox- was Mrs. Thelma Atkins, who modeled Miss Luella Barnes who moved among the guests dressed in a two piece corduroy by Jo-Dee, Jr. Deep gold touched In brown was used in the costume which leatured the new trend of battle jacket styling. Each sk.rt gore was seperated with a pipe of brown. Originals Shown A masterpiece from the field of [ashion for the half size wearer was the LeVine original fashioned of black crepe and shown by Mrs. Jesse M. White. The Eton jacket was finished with the new deep cuff and when removed a gown for cocktail or evening wear was revealed. The.siiug bodice was fashioned of white and gold lame and completed with sparkling rhinestones. According to the fashion leaders the nation, charcoal will be a favorite for the fall and whiter costumes. Mrs. J. N. Smothermon selected a gown b y Madamosclle ] Juliette combining charcoal crepe with fireman red. The red was repeated in the flowing skirt panel ind the oversize buttons of cut .tcel and jet. Helen of California advocates that one special dress should be reserved for the cocktail hour and an even- Ing of dancing. Mrs. W. R. Nicholson of Osceola modeled such a dress when she appeared In black taffeta designed with a half bertha collar over one shoulder and a narrow strap over the other. For that gay festive touch it was bedecked with silver sequins and beads and a large puff at the side of the skirt. j Stepping out in a short forma] j by Emma Domb was Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell. The creation was' of copper satin and net. The fitted ; Jacket was cut away to reveal the i ruffled front of the bodice. The ! bouffant skirt was composed ol lay- ! ers of net poised over satin. \ Short Fonnalj The fashion leader, the stole was • featured In Ihe B:mma Domb origin- ' al shown by Mrs. Leonard Perkins ol Manila. The stole of net was caught at the waist with a single flower, while the lilted bodice ol lace was arranged over taffeta. The, . . -. --, - • •• — ...wu^itvi a. yards and yards of maize and pm* study In plaid and plain. The lop craW net In the skirt poised o«r ' coat and jacket wa s of a plaid the ' v,be talfela produced a -ainto* slim skirt of mist gray. The fabric ' Sfect. .ainixrw was. designed by Forstmann, the Suggesting for what's new in the fashion world was the junior miss. The Tot Shop presented frocks' and coats for all occasions for the leaders of the milk and cookie crowd for the Important social events of the winter whirl. Suann Saliba opened the showing with a costume from a winter wonderland. The three piece suit was fashioned of maroon velveteen and featured slacks, coat and bonnet. A Marianna original It was finished in touches of white fur. ped from the banrlbox dressed in rec velvet frosted with a ruffled pinafore of white imported organdy. The dress was by Mrs. Roddy of Ho Springs. Bittersweet fcatheroy fashioned the ever popular duster shown bj blond Sarah Bagley. Slie topped net costume for nn afternoon In the park or nt a football game with i brown felt derby designed by Rich ard Englander. 1 Tweed Sulls Mrs. William Boyd opened the final portion of the show which was costumes from Whitsitts. She selected an original by Herman Beispel of imported worsted. Combined with twccd and plaid, the draped cape was trimmed with black fo.x. Of rum color, the outside of the cape was the twcccl of Ihe skirt the Inside the plaid of the Jacket. Style magazines arc featuring stoles for the more formal events and adhering to this suggestion was Mrs. E. B. Thomas, who wore a stole of pale grey chincilla hair over an original Bcnham of sheer charcoal wool. The f>own was trimmed In velvet and silk braid, the stole lined with the material of Ihe dress. Using costume jewelry by Coro. she completed her attire with a mntch- ~~ soft fur gle red rote. Dressed for a party wai Mrs. IJoyd Stlckmon In her Harvey Berln black velvet cocktail dress. Tht Jull rustling skirt was lined In black taffeta and she selected a black velvet hat with electric blue ostrich plumes, anolher Prank Benson creation. All of Mr. Benson's millinery creations were shipped to Blytheville especially for the showing. An original from California was shown by Miss Jean Dednun who modeled a suit by Michel. The nub- by tweed was by Forstmann and contrasted with the mink brown skirt and matching leather belt. The coal and suit Jacket featured old fashioned leg-of-mutton sleeves. Her hat was of beaverlelt and mink brown, Dressed In costume« for the rainy <:ay« were Sue and Lu« Owen, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Owens, They opened the showing of costumes from Whltsltt's newest addition, The LaBelle Shop. The raincoats were by Sherbrooke and had velveteen collars and matching hats. They removed their coats to reveal corduroy dresses designed for school days. Petite Ronnie J*ayt Etehelson glided onto tin stage In a red and grey plaid coat for Ihe winter days ahead. The grey piping trim of the coat was repeated on the bonnet. Ronnie Faye removed her coat to reveal a frock of the ever popular corduroy of royal bku and beige linen. Mrs. Dixie Lee Wildy modeled an original by Blsenberg of sheer black wool. The neckline had a brown silk salin collar and bow tie and multiple buttons of dark amber were set diagonally across the front of the bodice and down the skirt. Her furs were of Russian sables. Her black felt hat by Benson was of (he coolie style and had a royal blue lining and a single blue sapphire alop the crown. Adele Simpson, a recognized fashion leader, contributed a cocktail dress of silver gray silk barathea modeled by Mrs, A. M. McManus The cape slole Just covered the shoulders and when removed revealed a chantllly lace top of navy blue A Simiison touch was the pegged rurph CMtBin* Paradise purple and Btroock's Klddlln cloth was the combination ised for Mrs. Charlea Langston's lew 32-Inch coat with a shaw ollar. The lining wai of Irreldes- :ent taffeta. Her dress a Larry Ald-Ich creation of Juillard sheer woo :repe. The neckline was edged In petal pink silk. Her clone fitting ha of multi-hues sparked In rhlnestone and finished with a feather of for rest green was another Benson in splratlon. Stepping Into the spotlight n Mrs .William Boyd dressed In Paul Pomes original, to close thi showing. The black »nd white pfi check suit featured padded hips an black color and cuff trim. Thre buckles for that ever present gilt ter completed the Jacket whlc opened to reveal a surprise llnin of strawberry crepe. Proceeds from the event will b used exclusively for charity project of the Auxiliary, in addition to th three stores other Blylheville mer chanls contributing were. Roth rock Dnig Co., favors and do< prizes; Allen's Blowers, tea tab centerpiece, flowers worn by mode and orchids for door prizes; Ark Mo Power, Co., for stage llghtln dlrecled by Tom Miller; Salib School of Music, piano accompanl ment; Hotel Noble, co-operatloi Huffman Bros. Lumber Co,, ttai settings. Window displays were arranged 1 DID nose Room and Mirror Roor by the curtain and Linen Shop the Accessory Shop, Family Sho Store. R. D. Hughes Men's Stoi Guard's Jewelry and Ark-Mo Pow Co. A dress for the holiday parties! ,„,, hat b rTanl( Hcnsm] oj was shown by Janie ElHs^who step- felt with a cutaway back and a sin- At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Robert Touchstone, City. Betty Whaley, Dell. Clarence Thompson, City. A. L, Whistle, City. Mrs. James Glenn and baby, Cit Bits of News l Cary Mason left this morning tor !ie University of Arkansas, Fay- tteville, where he will be a sopho- >re. He was motored to school by ; lather, E. R. Mason, and Har lan Taylor. Miss Betty Lou McGlll of Marked 'rce has pledged Kappa Kappa lanmia sorority at the University f Arkansas, it was announced toy.- First 1,1. James M. Baughman nd family left (his morning for ;arnp Roberls where Lt. Baughman will be an Inslructor. They had pent the past two months in Bly- heville awaiting assignment. Lt laughman formerly was slationed at Port Banning, Gs. Mrs. T. B. Jarrett U a patient it Memphis Baptist Hospital where he underwent surgery recently. ler condition is reported as satls- aclory and she Is in room 601A, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bradbury left his morning for Memphis to be he weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Javid Root. Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Bell of Helena, ire the weekend guests of Drs. 1 Carl ind Edna Nles. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Wilson are he hoaseguesUi of Mr. and Mrs. lack Ross and daughter, Sandra- , and Mrs. Wilson make wme in Dyersburg. . their Miss Georgia Doty of Marked rree has pledged Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, it was announced oday. Jimmy ana Honaia Phillips will eave Tuesday for Columbia Mlll- ' iry Academy, Columbia, Tenn. Pvt. Robert L. Baugham, who is stationed at Camp Lewis, Wash., s spending 10 days here with his mother, Mrs. w. R. Baugham and amlly. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Warren will eave tomorrow for Tupelo, Miss., to be the guests of Mr. Warren's Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Host* nnd hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. niley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford McClue. Monday First Methodist WSCS Circles meet at 3 p.m.—Circle One, Mrs. Ray Price; Circle Two, Mrs. Cecil Kelly, Mrs. H. D. Jackson, co-hostess; Circle Three, Mrs. V. G. Holland; Circle Four. Mrs. Harry Klr- !>y; Circle Five. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and Circles Six. Mrs. Gus Eberdt with Mrs. W. J. Cupples, co- hostess. First Baptist WMU Royal Service program at the church at 2:30 p.m. General meeting of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church at 2:30. Tuesday Maple Urove Cemetery Association has 2:30 meeting ab the home of Mrs Frank Webb, 1706 Hearn. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club nt 7:15. Circle Seven of First Methodist Church meets at 8 p.m. at A. R. Olsen home. Wednesday Delphian Society has 10 am. meeting at Hotel Noble. Central Ward PTA has session «t First Baptist Church. Executive Board hostess for the social hour following. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertalnlni CIB Club. Club Eight plays bridge at bh» home of Mrs. Paul jobe, Thursday Mrs. T. O. Huey entertaining Thursday Rook Club. TLE Club plays at the home of Mm. Gilbert Smythe. Mrs. J. c. Ellis hostess to Octette Club. .*«..<.«* ,, "Qncua iiur ounaay guests, Mr. i parents, Mrjm^Mrs. o 3. War- Ed E. Hardln of Memphis ren. They are going especially to be with Mr. Warren who will undergo surgery Monday In Tupelo. Mrs. E. E. Hardin will have M her Sunday guesl-s. Mr. and Mrs. If you're tired of polLshmg your silver bawls, urns and candlesticks, try coating them with a thin layer of shellac to prevent tarnish, if later you wish the shellac removed, you can take It off with a quick swipe of a cioth dampened with denatured alcohol. Follow this rapidly with a washing of mild soap and water. crisp Autumn wa* "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! Sermons Early Service 8:45 Morning—"Come Unto Me" Evening—"Why I Am A Member of The Church of Christ" KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome II F SHARP Evangelist Song Leader— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Kong Leader— W. T. Shell on CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN a« 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. : ' ! ' Box Offic* Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 : Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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