The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 12, 1986 · Page 13
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The Salina Journal Sunday, January 12,1986 Page 23 Milestones Mattinglys observe ruby anniversary LINDSBORG — Friends and relatives are invited to the 40th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mattingly from 2 to 5 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Bethany Lutheran Church education building, 320 Main Street. Hosts will be their children Mrs. Bill (Connie) Bass of Jenson Beach, Fla., Mrs. Bruce (Betty) Amos of Colby, Mrs. Larry (Jane) Kelley of Salina, Mrs. Jan (Joan) Hamilton of Topeka, and Hubert of McPherson, and their spouses. , There are 14 grandchildren. Mattingly and the former Marlys Spongberg were married Jan. 24, 1946, at Ldndsborg. Mrs. Mattingly was a nurse at the Lindsborg Community Hospital 17 years and has been with the Social and Rehabilia- tion Services for 22 years, now serving as supervisor of eight counties with the main office in Salina. Her husband is a foreman for the highway department of McPherson County. The honorees request no gifts. Davidsons to mark 40th anniversary HOPE — A 40th anniversary celebration is planned for Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Davidson, Rt. 2, from 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. 19 at the United Methodist Church. Hosts will be their children, Arthur, James and Dale of Hope, Charles of Manhattan, and Ann Teach and Nancy Davidson of Topeka. There are three grandchildren. !. Davidson and the former LaVerne Barr were married Jan. 20,1946, at Topeka. They have lived all of their married life on the family farm north of Dillon. Milestones Fabric telk quilts' history Anniversaries are published in the Sunday edition. The deadline is noon Thursday. Forms are available at The Journal office, 333 S. Fourth, detailing all information the staff needs to write the announcement. Pictures (of couples married 50 years or more) should be 3- by 5- inch black and white glossy prints. Snapshots will not be accepted. Photographs can be returned in self-addressed, stamped envelopes or held af The Journal office for pickup. By The Journal's Wire Services An in-depth knowledge of textile history is necessary to accurately date quilts from America's past. Particularly in isolated areas, quiltmaking changed little over the years, so only a quilt's fabric — not its style — is of use in deducing its story. While few collectors can claim such expertise, most do enjoy knowing from whence their quilts came. According to Country Home magazine, even the novice collector will be able to place a wide number of quilts in their proper historical perspective by learning to recognize the most typical quilting styles of certain major epochs. During the years between the American Revolution and the beginning of the westward migration, bedcovers blossomed with cotton cutouts salvaged from leftover bits of expensive European chintz. Using a method called broderie perse (Persian embroidery), women carefully snipped around the bird and flower motifs of the imported chintzes and appliqued them on fields of plain domestic cloth to make the most of the patterned fabric available to them. Patchwork precursors of the pioneer quilts were also common, and many combined both the patchwork and the broderie perse techniques. Early quilts were usually constructed by adding border strips to a large, central fabric panel, giving the bedcover a framed effect. Two other early quilt types are linsey-woolsey and white work. , Linsey-woolsey quilts were made from large, vividly colored pieces of homespun sewn to a linen or wool backing and lavishly quilted in large floral or feather motifs. White work bedcovers, often called bridal quilts, were quilted in intricate patterns using the tiniest of stitches. During the years of the westward journey, from 1840 to 1870, the majority of America's pieced quilts were stitched. As families moved West, fabric (though readily available in the East) once again became a scarce commodity. That scarcity led to uniquely American patchwork masterpieces. These were the years of the Hole in the Barn Door, the Rocky Mountain Puzzle, and hundreds of other Spies like us In 1951, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were convicted of conspiring to commit espionage for the Soviet Union. CAKES FOR ANY OCCASION We also have napkins, plates, balloons, costumes, delivery, gifts. ROSS MISS. 9th 827-1379 patchwork patterns that reflected both the joys and sorrows of women's lives during pioneer times. Each one a work of art created out of the scrap bag, these quilts were stitched of geometric pieces painstakingly cut from years of cast-off clothing and tired household linens. Only on occasion were these precious scraps teamed with a new piece of cloth. Techniques as well as tastes changed during this part of the 19th century. Overblown chintzes and monochrome copperplate prints made way for tiny domestic calicoes, roller printed in a new range of hues made possible by the advent of colorfast synthetic dyes. The cramped quarters of prairie homesteads called for quilting on a smaller scale, so women turned to piecing and appliqueing lap-sized blocks rather than beginning with a quilt-sized piece of cloth. Applique quilts remained popular during these years, particularly in the more affluent East and South. But, because they usually required new cloth to execute their careful color schemes, applique quilts often lack the earthy exuberance of the scrap bag quilts from the same era. By the 1860s the sewing machine had begun to lighten the daily sewing tasks of thousands of American women, but quilting itself remained primarily a manual task. Practicality aside, quilting by machine would have put an end to the quilting bee — that cherished social event that made pioneer life a little easier to bear. Hastily thrown up shanties along the westward trail made way for gingerbread mansions filled to the rafters with sumptuous furnishings and awash with a rainbow of brilliant colors. The quilts of the late 1800s BRIDES- We now specialize in: Wedding Cake Tops Silks in burgundy, pink, yellow, peach, blue and lavendar. Spun Glass — largest selection ; in this area. J Candles m Dove, memory & floating. m Reception Supplies ^ Table Cloths & Skirting 1 in pink, blue, peach, yellow, " green, ivory, rose, burgundy & white. Reusable Clear Plastic Trays, Forks & Knives, Punch, Wine & Champagne Glasses. Bridal Cake Shoppe Mon.-Sat. 10-5 1117 W. State 827-6402 illustrate the extravagance of the Victorian age. In fact, the quilts that moat typify those years when Victoria last reigned in England are not really quilts at all, but thin parlor throws meant to thrill the eye — not warrn the body. At home on the tablet/ips, sofa arms and piano backs of overstuffed parlors, these throws hart neither quilting nor batting. Pieced from the best silks, aatina and velvets (materials newly available to the growing middle class i, the patchwork throws of this era are rich mosaics of color and texture. Fme quilting was no longer the skill of importance; proficiency in embroidery and the mastering of a multitude of stitch types was emphasized. January Clearance Sale — 30%-50%off F.nrk fan. 1 1 tf All Stock Not Included New Arrivals of Pykettes & Koko Suits in Red, Pastel Blues, Rose & Green — Sizes 8 to 20 Alan Graff Denims in Grey & Light Mauve 114 A S. Trh Salina. in fitting bras, girdles. ies and prosthesis. Hours: 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Classified ads get results. DIET CENTER We've moved! New address 322 W. CLOUD 823-7207 SHOE SALE ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE INCLUDED RACKED SHOES S J . 15- $ 40 Fleet* Lined SNOW IKOO BOOTS " OTF 1 Group SHOES In a great selection of stvle & color 50 1 % OFF 1 Entire Table BOOTS 114 S. Santa Fe Downtown Salina 827-6494 Adventure en Beaute' A glorious collection from Lan come sent to awaken you to a new radiance and beauty. The beautiful, patterned clutch comes complete with bonus sizes of Clarifiance, Empreinte de Beaute' (clay mask), Stylocils Mascara, Rouge a Leures Satin Lip Colour and Magie Noire Eau de Toilette Spray. Just '11.50 With A Lancome Purchase. LANGOME DOWNTOWN SALINA GIGANTIC WINTER CLEARANCE w DRESSES Misses', Half Sizes And Juniors' 40 and Off COATS All Weather, Zip Out Linings, Wools, Cashmere, Camel Hair. Originally Priced From $84 to $600 Now 40 Off ROBES Sleepwear (gowns & pj's), Scuffs Reduced Finest FURS At The Best Prices In The Midwest Choose from: Autumn Haze, Lunaraine or Ranch Mink As Well As Red Fox, Blush/White Fox or Crystal Fox. These are jacket styles. Now Reduced 30 BLOUSES Polyester and Poly/Cotton and Silk Values from $24 to $136 40 % »a50 % Reduced SWEATERS Vests, Pullovers and Cardigans. Acrylic. Wools, Angora and Cashmere. Were $32 to $220 Up To 50 Off New Winter Store Hours: Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Fri. 9:30-5:30 Thursday 9:30-6:00 Saturday 9:00-5:00 SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES Jackets, Pants, Skirts, Famous Label 30 to Off ^SS&S&S^ f% •X* !*ft i$ GIFT ITEMS /2 Price ^S^S^SS^^^S55:?:?:?:%?:::V 1 8 f.: •:*: $ ^ PURSES Leather, Ultra Suede oil to 5U off >£ $• $ '.;.;. ^ ^^^^g^gggig^^^g^^ PETER FOX SHOES Made in Italy. Forward Fashion / i Price ^^^g^i^^igggg^g$|::^^ i'ft C'X fff ;.;.;< !•:•:' :5: ^ HATS Felt, Man-made Fur, Knit / 2 Price ^ i"S '!*•** '•*•*! SSS:S:SS^::$S^^§:S^^^ JEWELRY Reg. $4 to $60 / 2i Price DOWNTOWN SALINA

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