The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1950 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1950 J\lewA Jane Sliellon, Society Phone '14(51 Dorothea Marie Miessler Is Married In First Lutheran Church Ceremony Miss Dorothea Jlarie Miessler became the bride of Donald Williams last evening at 7:30 p.m., in the first wedding ceremony performed in the recently completed First Lutheran Church of Blytheville. Miss Miessler's father, the Rev. G. Miessler, officiated at the double ring ceremony. COOL PLAY TOGS Placed immediately behind the allflr \vcre masses of living palms, with seven branched candelabra spaced along the entire arrangement. I-oops of huckleberry marked the chancel rail witll two floor baskets of white gladioli and double stock being set along each step on graduated levels leading to the altar where the vows were exchanged. Bernard Gocch presented a program of nuptial music as the guests assembled. His selections included groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Harmon Ellis, Ixjwis Zelfer and Herman Hoffman. A black nylon sheer street length dress worn with white accessories was selected by Mrs. Miessler. Mrs, Williams was also dressed in a black gown worn with white accessories. Both mothers wore shoulder arrangements of fleur d' amour. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for the wedding "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" which was played as a processional for the party and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" which was heard during the recessional. [with Mrs. Ray Morrison of Wichita. -Kan. attended her sister as matron of honor. Another sister. Miss Arline Miesslcr, served as maid of honor. * Mrs. Morrison was dressed in a floor length gown of orchid taffeta. The decollecle neckline topped the snug bodice which was fastened to a full skirt. Self material formed the rows of ruffles which edged the neckline to form brief sleeves. A head band of matching taffeta completed the costume. guests was held at the Miessler A canary yellow gown of identical design to that of the matron of honor, was worn by the maid of honor. Carry Daisies Painted daisies arranged in a colonial bouquet were carried by the feminine attendants. Preceding the bride to the altar was Charlene Morrison of Wichita, Kan., niece of the bride, dressed in a floor length gown of pale blue organdy. A pale pink woven basket filled with shaded rose petals was carried by the flowed girl. Ricky Williams, nepnew of' the groom, served as ringbcarer. A formal gown fashlond of bridal satin was worn by the bride for the ceremony, she was given In marriage by her father, the Rev. Mr. Miessler. Lace insets In the snug neckline eiulccl In scallops extending into the satin bodice. 'Hie tight bodice was gathered on a bouffant skirt and ended in a majestic ' cathedral train. The long fitted sleeves fastened from the elbow to the wrist In tiny self covered buttons. Identical buttons closed the bodice along the center back line. Carries Oltl Handkerchief Her fingertip veil of misty French illusion was bordered In wide Chantilly lace and was caught to the bride's head by a tiara of encrusted pearls. She carried her aunt's wedding handkerchief. Three snow white gardenias atop a white prayer book were carried by the bride. Showers of white satin loops billowed away from the gardenia center. Tied In each shower were dainty stcphonotis. Jiminie Williams, brother of the LOBSTER SHIFT-Ilalian Countess Giovanclla Sabini, member of a lamed Horn.in and Vatican family, acts as a model for French hair stylist Antoin. during his show in the Italian capital. He's filling her wilh a modernislic creation he calls '•Lobster Cocktail." Photo by KEA-Acme stalT correspondent Julius ihnni. home. Focal point of interest was the bride's table which was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Morrison served punch and cake to the wedding guests after Mr. and Mrs. Williams had cut the traditional first piece. Miss Diana Zeller presided at the bride's book. A navy blue crepe two piece dress was worn by Mrs. Williams when the couple left on a southern wedding trip later in the evening. The gardenias from her bridal bouquet were worn at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will make their home in Blytheville. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relncrt and children, Linda Sue and Jimmy. Mrs. Prcd Bcndcwald and daughter Sharon Sue and Mrs. Adolph Eberlc and son, Druce, all of St. Joseph Mo. Pre-Nuptial Event Is Given for Miss Chitwood Miss Patricia Ann Chilood, who will he married tomorrow to William Fraser, Jr.. svas guest of honor last evening at a miscellaneous shower given at the Jack Bishop home on Davis. Mrs. Carl Ivy was hostess to 15 guests, who gathered In compliment to Miss Chitwood. Vases filled with summer blossoms were placed around the reception and entertaining rooms for ^he occasion. The evening was spent Informally after which the guest of honor was showered with miscellaneous ifts for her future home. 'Hie honorce wore a two piece trousseau model fashioned of a c blue material and completed in « glod trim. She wore navy blue accessories. She was presented gift corsage of rosebuds and sweetpeas. The hostess' gift to Miss Chitwood was linen. During the evening iced drinks and party foods were served. Mrs. E. B. Chitwood. mother of the bride elect, was a special guest. Recent Bride Feted Willi Linen Shower A morning party-linen shower was given yesterday at the Ccady Eaton home on Walnut when the Misses Mary Jo Eaton, Kftthryn Martin and Mnxlne Hipp entertained for Mrs. Jim Berry, of Memphis, who .was before her recent, marriage Miss Carolyn Lintzenich of Blytheville. The morning was spent in party games in the floral bedecked entertaining rooms in which the 20 guests were seated. Betty Ann Harbor, Janet Nelson, Bonita Slankard, Berna Fondrcn and Barbara and Elizabeth Van Hooscr were presented prizes In the nuptial games and contests. A pale blue organdy frock, on which was pinned a gift corsage of velloiv /'.-"-nations, wus worn by the guest of honor. Linen gifts for her home were presented Mrs. Berry after which Ihc hostesses served a dessert course Mrs. Pannie Linlzenich, mother o! the honorce, wa.s a special guest. By Sue Burnett Highlight of your vacation wardrobe Is the cool, flattering play- ult that's so versatile. This one Is designed to delight the teenage seemstrcss — brief bow-tied top, tailored shorts and a full cut tiered skirt. Patiern No. uyri a a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 9, II, 2. 13. 14, 16 and 18. Size II, top >i yards of 36 or 39-inch; skirt, 2% yards; shorts, 114 yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents. n COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Don't miss the Spring and Sum- ncr FASHION. This latest Issue is colorful, Informative,—a complete latlcrn magazine. Fabric news fa- hion tips, n wealth of smart frocks o sew for summer are all included. "5 cents. Corn production for 1949 was 14 bushels per acre more than the ISSS-'SS average in North America. CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Daily Radio Program KLCN 12:15 lo 12:30 Weekly Sunday S:30 to 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 0:50 II K. SHARP Evangelist SERMONS: .John Makin, from Maiden, Mo., will Speak Sunday, June 25lh. Where Christ and Christians Meet CHUP.CH of CHRIST f 8577 9 18 Decorate Home •"or Club Meeting Red and white roses arranged in crystal vases were set around the Jccll Priest home Friday afternoon "or the meeting of- the Lucky Hook "lub. A dessert course was served by Mrs. Priest after which the remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing- rook. Mrs. Freeman Huey wph high score, Mrs. w. F. McCann second high and Mrs.* Huey, rocko Joint Parly Celebrates McDowells' Birthdays A Joint birthday party was given yesterday aflcrnoon at the John McDowell home In celebration of the eighth birthday of Johnny McDowell and the third birthday of Jimmy McDowell. Prizes were presented in the party games to Timiny Killett and Marilyn Sue Human. Rides were taken on Shetland ponies after which the guests gathered nr ment table for b ice cream. The honorees were presented gifts from the guests. Bits of News Mrs. Don Flelclier of Jollier was the Friday guest of her sister, Mrs. R. L. Dcdman, and family, Miss Julia Swluk is spending the weekend 1 n Jackson, Tenn., a s guest of schoolmates at Lambuth College. Miss Swlnk will visit In Springfield as guest of Buddy Brantley and his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. If. Branlley. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ward and daughter, Ann, of Tampa, Fla.. left yesterday for their home after three day visit here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Proctor and family. W. M. Proctor also of Tampa, remained in Blytheville with his son and family for several weeks visit. Miss Lottie Neal of Omaha, Neb., formerly of Blythcville. will leave tonight for her home after visiting here as guest of her sister, Mrs. Bill Austin. Bob Holding of Blytheville will leave from Little nock this afternoon for Fort Rilcy, Kan., to begin basic Army training. Mr. Bolding, who Is the son of Mrs. Fred Proctor of Blytheville, was a member of the 1010 senior high school class. Mrs. Edna Hollls is spending the weekend in Mcmnhis as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Phillips, and family. Mrs. W. O. Anderson and son, W. O.. Jr. and granddaughter, Jan Dev- ereauXj have returned from Stuttgart where they spent two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bell. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plercy of Ashdown, arrived last night to visit as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr. Mr. Farr and son, Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Pisher and daughter. Sharon, of Memphis arrived last night to be the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hollins and family. Miss Betty Fort of Springfield. Mo., Is the weekend guest, of Miss Elizabeth Mitchell and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sarn Mitchell. * WE. THE WOMEN By Kulh MlJIelt, NKA SUM WrllCT Play Clothes Have Place —But Not in Classroom STYLISH IN SPOTS-Tnmnra Tortima, socialile daughter of a wealthy Poman industrialist, wears a novel "cap" composed of the liead and curving tail of a leopard. It was designed by French hair stylist Anloin and displayed at his show in Home, v;heic leading members of society acted as models. BTU Elects New Officers Charles Belknap was elected president of the Intermediate BTU of Calvary Baptist. Church last night at the monthly business and social meeting. Franklin Hunt was guest with the members who met at the home of Albert Smothers. Other officers named were vice- president. Barbara Pruitt; secretary. Peggy Allison; Bible leader. Albert Smothers; and group captains, Waleon Powell and Betty Bargcr. Games were played in the social hour following the adjournment. + Bare midriffs a"d shorts and sun dresses that are scanty enough to cause comment aren't appropriate costumes for girls to wear to school, a public school principal in a Southern city recently announced— and thereby stirred up a lot of protest . It seems to me the public school principal has a perfect right to step In and denounce shorts and bra tops for school wear. If mothers haven't sense enough to dress their children more appropriately. Play clothes that are suitable for a beach or the privacy of. one's own home aren't suitable for school and street wear. Yet a lot of girls aren't learning that fact at home. You see girls everywhere running around In the briefest of shorts and skimpiest of bra tops. And Mama, herself, Li just as likely as not to be doing her grocery marketing in the same type outfit. Schools Should Teach Them If Mothers Won't So If Mama hasn't better taste for herself or her daughter, It looks as though it is up to the schools to lay down a fe;v rules. Maybe that will give the younger generation some idea of the necessity for dressing appropriately. The world 'lady" is old-fashioned and seldom used any more. Yet It Is still important for a girl or woman to look the part of a "lady" by being dressed according to the occasion. The sooner a girl learns that fact, the better. Mothers used to teach their daughters that, and some of them still do. But many girls are growing up today without any idea of what to wear on what occasions. If the schools can teach them what they Iced drinks and served. party foods were Small pieces or fur rcsemhllng fox tails tied high In a cherry Irce will tend to keep birds from eating the frrit when rip-time conic.';. Comma Evente Social Calendar Friday Miss Dorthea Miesslcr becomes the bride of Donald Williams at 1:30 p.m. at First Lutheran Church. Sunday In a 1:30 p.m. ceremony, Miss P..trieia Ann Chitwood will be married to John Williams Fraser, Jr. Monday Women's Council of First Christian Church has busine.is meeting at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Joe Evrard hostess to GEO Club. Gleaners class of ; . First Baptist Church has annual picnlc v at Burdette at 6:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Jim Tompkins and Mrs. Hays Sullivan. Lake Street WSCS meets at the church at 2:30 p.m. First Baptist Church Circles meet —Circle One, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., Circle Two, Mrs. R. A. Copeland; Circle Three, Mrs. E. P. Hardin; Circle Four, Mrs. C. W. Afflick; Circle Five. Mrs. Robert Mc- Hancy and Circle Six, Mrs. B. O Black. Tuesday Number Nine Cemetery Association will meet at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Coats. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets with Mrs. Walter Barnes. TLE Ciim entertained by Mrs. Jinks Scrape. Miss Frances Long hostess to Y M. Birthday Club 7 p.m. Wednesday High T-AO plays at tile home of „, Mrs. Hennan ,^X c - Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs. Clco Langston hostess to Octette Club. Thursday Rook plays at home of Mrs. N. II. Blakemore. Friday Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to Lucky Rook club. At The Hospitals iilylhevitlo Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Landrum and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. L. Dickson, City. Mrs. Nettie Foster. Warden. Mrs. Clyde Vnn Dyke, Steele Mrs. Ola Mae Garner and baby City. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the farmer got about -19 cents for each dollar spent for food in September 1Q49 and 32 cents in 1933. aren't learning at home, more power to the schools. Dairy Cattle Breeding Will Double Milk Supply SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico has set out to double the island's milk supply though dairy cattle breeding program. Kigh-grade mainland dairy cattle are being bred with both the native and Asiatic Brahma cow, producing a cow resistant to tropical pests which gives large quantities of milk. The average milk yield per cow on the Island now U less than half the mainland average, said Commissioner of Agriculture Ramon Colon-Torres. But he expects flic average yield to be. doubled the next 10 years, witll an increase also in the number of producing cows. Most eggs will rate Grade A when laid. "FEELS" WHAT SHE'S SAYlNG-In a demonstration before the American Hearing Society in Chicago, Erma Seratzky talks to deaf Chris Roeback, 4. who touches her face, feeling the vibrations of her voice. The technique is a new melhnd of helping young deaf children to learn lo talk. Lyn Dee, 4, also deaf from birth, looks on. Cities Burn, Bury Refuse CHICAGO (AP)—Most cities get. rid of refuse by burning it and using it to fill in low or excavated land. The American Pubhe Works Association reported this, and add- ed: "Still popular, but on the decline, is the old-fashioned method of getting rid of garbage by feeding it to the hogs." Black walnut trees grow best In deep, rich, moist soil. TENDERLOIN STEAK HOME MADE ROLLS FRENCH FRIES $UO SYCAMORE HOUSE Ark-Mo State Line GEM %• •• • V I Serial: "'ony Kxprcss" No. fl and Short Coill. Showing Sat. 12:30 lo 11:30 Sunday & Mu-sdnv The Big Hangover rAKAMCHJYT MOWS x st:u:ci'i:i> SHOUTS ^onlimioiis Shoulntr Simil.iy |;|5 lo 11:00 Serial: "Undersea Kingdom" ami Short Conl. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday —noum.i-: ALSO "CITY ACROSS THE RIVER" nith .lames t';irv ,v Stephen MrN'ally MKTiio M;WS ( mil. SliuuiiiK Sun. 1::<0-1I:00 U MAY WIN This $229.95 Maytag Gas Range Next Tuesday just come to the Maytag Cooking School TUESDAY, JUNE 27 Woman's Club Building, Blythevilie Fairgrounds Jus I for registering your name when YOU come in lo attend (his Cooking School, you -may win this heautifui S22SJ.95 Maying Dutch Oven Gas Itangc. And there will he many other nice prizes. Ann I'ctcrson, noted Home Economist, will offer an excellent demonstration on gas cooking which we think will be beneficial to you. There will be lols of interesting entertainment that will truly make this occasion enjoyable to you. So plan to come to cither or both sessions—the first at 2:UO, and the second at 7:30 p.m. PLAN TO COME! LYTHEVILLE PROPANE CO, North Highway 61

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