The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1954 · Page 5
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Society News illm-V Snfipfrv P.Hi'tnr F Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 H. Graham Partlow, Jr., Claims Miss Delia Shippen As Bride In a double ring ceremony performed at the Presbyterian Church in Osceola, Miss Mary Delia Shippen became the bride of Haywood Graham Partlow, Jr., of Blytheville. The Rev. T. Chalmers Henderson, pastor, performed the ceremony. The altar of the church was full length gown of white' bridal taffeta. The fitted bodice featured a portrait neckline framed in a rolled collar. Tied to the throat of banked in smilax and baskets of the gown were full streamers pink gladioli centered and flanked j falling the length of the dress. The the altar. White tapers glowing in wrought iron candelabra completed the scene where the wedding party stood. Pre-nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Harold Jones, organist, and Ralph Woodruff, soloist. Mr. Woodruff's selections included "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Betty Spiers of Osceola served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Shaneyfelt of Osceola, Miss Heard Wylie of Greenwood, Miss., Miss Mary Virginia Mclnnis of Vicksburg, Miss., and Miss Pat Partlow of Blytheville, sister of the groom. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Shippen of Osceola, sister of the bride, and Miss Mary Ann Stout of Blytheville. The attendants wore identical waltz length gowns of stone blue taffeta. The cuffed portrait necklines ended throat and in a point self-covered at the buttons extended to the waist. The bodice of the gowns was attached to three-tiered gathered skirts. Their hats were stone blue velvet bands with rhinestone studded nose veils. All carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations centered with Happiness roses and tied with streamers matching the roses. Father Gives Bride The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore So Lovely For Women 8011 32-44 By Sue Burnett Here is a graceful afternoon dress that flatters a woman's figure. Try a printed fabric in your most becoming shade, accented with contrast. Pattern No. 8011 is in sizes 32, 34, 35, 33, 40, 42, 44. Size 34, short sleeve, 3y 4 yards 39-inch; 7 / 8 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUM- desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per copy — send for it now. full skirt, posed over Natchez hoops fell in unpressed pleats from the waist, into a snort train. The three-quarter length sleeves ended in turn-back cuffs. Miss Shippen's cathedral length veil of antique rose point was to the head on a scalloped halo of lace and seed pearls. Her only ornament was a strand of heirloom pearls. She carried an orchid surrounded with fleur-de- armour with white satin streamers tied with lilies of the valley. Haywood Graham Partlow, Sr., oL Blytheville, served his son as b|st man. Ushers were P. D. Foster, Jr., J. Herbert Hankwitz, W. M. Williams, Jr., and .Marvin Nunn, Jr., brother-in-law of the i groom, and Robert McGinnis of Rondo, Ark., and D. O. Porter, m, of McGehee, Ark. Mrs. Shippen, mother of the bride, wore a waltz length gown of mauve Chantilly lace and tulle with matching accessories and pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Partlow chose for her son's wedding a pale blue chantilly lace and tulle model with matching accessories. Her shoulder corsage also was an orchid. Reception Given Immediately following the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained with a reception at their home. The bride's table was overlaid with a pink satin cloth and .centered with the double-ring wedding cake. Orchids were placed on each ring of the cake and lilies of the valley tied in satin ribbons streamed down the sides. The cake was bordered with pleated tulle. Miss Karen Young of Osceola presided at the bride's book. Those assisting at,the table were Misses Patsy Ann Peeper of Wilson. Barbara Bynum of Dermott, Helen Hollowell of Greenville, Miss., Jean Driver Kendrick of Osceola, Carolyn Cockrill of Little Rock, cousin of the bride, Mary Alice Me Waters of Blytheville, "Martha Glenn Stephens of New Albany, Miss., and Kay Balton of Biloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Partlow left on a wedding trip to New Orleans, the bride wearing a blue and black striped suit of Italian cotton with black accessories. She pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. The couple will make their home in Blytheville until Sept. 16, when Mr. Partlow, a Army reserve lieu- Reception Given For First Baptist College Students The Young People's Department of the First Baptist Church entertained with a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., last night honoring the students who are leaving for college. The table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and Centered with an arrangement of asters. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman presided at the table. Others assisting were Misses Pearl Lee and Effie Lee Terrell, Mrs. Harry Ray Brooks and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Bits of News Duplicate League onducts Game Everett Watts, Mrs. Potter Exchange Vows Mrs. Lennie Dixon Potter of Dell, became the bride of William Everett Watts of Memphis. Saturday. gan and children of Jackson, Miss.! / fhe d ° u j le Hri "| ce ; em ° n y" was Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Workman performed by the Rev;. L. N. Moocy and family of Fayetteville were the % hls , « ua f at «*.**» Cnurch 01 WPAL- *nri <«i«r.« of nr snri A/Trs W. CnrlSt - m JonesbOTO. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joiner had as their week end guests their daughter Mrs. Freeman Jernigan, Mr. Jerni- week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Workman and children. trude Tullos of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. Jack Hood; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook and family. Air. and Mrs. William Shultz and Mrs. Watts has been postmistrses at Dell for several years, and is the •f the late Sheriff and . T. Dixon of Ashland, Miss. tenant, reports to Camp Chaffee for assignment to active duty. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McWhorter of Athens. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cockrill of Little Rock, Mrs. Milton Jones of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sypert of Tulsa, Okla., and others from Little Rock, Blytheville, Memphis and Wilson. The Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League conducted a six-table Howell Movement Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Winners in the games were Airs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. Dick White, first with 68^ points; Airs. T. J. Barnes, Airs. Ed Cook, Airs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. E. B. Gee .tied for second place with 61 points. In third place, was Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and 60 J ,2 points. Woman's At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Shanks, city. Amer Azbell, Parma, Mo. Mrs. Bill Rounsavill, city. Quincy E. Flinnon, Saginaw, Mich. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Bevills, city. Johnny Bradley, city. Mrs. C. W. Sellers, city. Mrs. Emma Nolan, city. B. C. Bailey, city. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Mrs. Sherrcn Branscum, city. Mrs. Charles Thompson, city. Mrs. Lonnie Hill and baby, city. Edward Jacks, city. George Ford, city. Mrs. H. B. Richardson, city. with you, the next best thing you can do after eating is retreat to the powder room and swish water around in your mouth for a few minutes. This will remove, any food particles clinging to the teeth. family and Mrs. Redar Gargis and son, of Sheffield, Ala., were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gargis. Billy Miller, John Hornberger and Roy Calvin are in Du Quoin. 111., today where they are attending the races. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Evans announce the birth of a daughter Saturday night at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Ruth Fredonia has a sister, Terry Ann, and a brother, Joe Jerry. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson and daughters over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Richardson and daughters of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arnold and sons of Indianapolis, Ind., were the week end guests of Airs. Arnold's brother, John Lane, Mrs. Lane and daughter, Alerry Nell. Mr. and Mrs. Alarcus Evard had as their guests over, the week end their son, Joe Evard, Mrs. Evard and daughter, Diana. Mrs. Sybil Noble and Mrs. E. M. Regenold have returned from a vacation spent in New York and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahan of Princton, Ky.. are the holiday guests of Mr. Mahan's mother, Airs. T. J. Mahan, and family. Mrs. Vance Alexander and sons, Mike, Brook and Vance m, have returned to their home in Germantown after having spent the week end here with Airs. Alexander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Jim Roleson is visiting her aunt,, Mrs. C. E. Erney, in Memphis for several days. She went especially to get her son, Bucky, who has bene visiting there. Those in Mempms yesterday to 2:30 p. m. participate in the Labor Day Bridge Tournament at Hotel' Peabody were Airs. Audranelle Freeman, Airs. Eu- is the son of Mrs. W. M. Watts of Memphis and the late Mr. Watts. The bride wore a navy blue dress trimmed in white and navy blue accessories. She pinned white orchids at her shoulder. The couple is now on a wedding trip to Biloxi, Miss. Corning Events MONDAY Auxiliar of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at the Parish House at 8 p.m. The Bandmothers Club meets at the high school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Katie Hatton YWA meets at the church at, 7:15 p. m. TUESDAY Marion COOK uircie is umber Two The American Legion Auxiliary has regular meeting at hut. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at the home of Airs. Jack Owens at 7:30 p. m. Sastside Garden Club meets at 2:30 with Mrs. Mary Scrape. The theme of the program will be "Traveling Along" and "Pitcher" arrangements. meets with Airs. Launa Everett at 7:30 p. m. The Country Club Bridge League has regular meeting. Miss Barbara Ann Smith entertains the NN Bridge Club. Mrs. Newton Whitis entertains members of the Tri-Town Club. Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club j Eight. ' . . . i Yarbro PTA meets at the school. | The ' executive board meets at 2 p. j m. and the general meeting is at j University Club Entertained at Hotel Noble The University Club was entertained Saturday night at Hotel No- jfale by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, I Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines and | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman. j The Plantation Room where the i guests were entertained was deco| rated in a fall theme the table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of bronze mums ^hich was flanked [with white tapers. Fall leaves were i scattered over the top of the table. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelley and Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. CIem Whistle of Whisileville; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller, Bryce Layson and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman of Jackson. Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Workman of Fayetteville. FLOWERED FELT SKIRTS — These bouncy felt skirts., splashed with flowers, are California designs for fall. Stephanie Koret has i done these circular felt skirts in black or white, embossed them ! with gold and posies. Black scoop neck blouse has velveteen and j satin trim; frilled while blouse of acetate and nylon has baby collar i and sleeves. , I the park for a picnic. Duplicate Bridge League begins City Champion Tournament. Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertains members of the La Nueve Club. Mrs. Mike Meroney entertains the Chillion Club. FK1DAY The La Finesse Club meets with Mrs. Bob Gardener. Mrs. Sanford, Tonilinson entertains the Vendi-edi Club. j Don't assume that your shoul-1 j ders are clear of powder and dan- j i oruff. After brushing, check in the j i mirror to see that nothing mars i | the appearance of your dress. Drinking plenty of milk is one of. ! the best beauty (and health) habits | you can acquire. Besides aiding ! clear skin and sound teeth, it has | been known to improve brittle 1 nails. Iris Jo Gaines Has Birthday Party Here Iris Jo Gaines was entertained on her fourth birthday Friday by" her mother. Mrs. Ira Gaines. There were 32 guests present. The afternoon was spent playing games. Favors of plastic trains and guns filled with candy • were presented the children. At the conclusion of the games, refreshments of cake, ice cream and iced drinks vere served. Brows that are too heavy and grow too close to the eye itself give a sulky, frowning appearance. Pluck from underneath to follow the expression line. Remove immediately any excess hair -hat grows in too far over the nose. Daily Care bunts Most By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Being self-conscious of the way her teeth look has prevented many a teen-ager from smiling in response-to her friends and acquaintances.*?-* When being introduced to new friends, the self-conscious teenager will keep her rnouth in a tight line that's most unbecoming. Or, at best, she will attempt a half-smile with her lips closed. At any rate, she will use any unattractive expression rather than reveal crooked or discolored teeth. If you see your dentist for regular checkups, you're well on your way to having healthier, more beautiful teeth. Then, the daily care you give then, is next in importance. The really well-groomed girl spends five, not two minutes, brushing her teeth and massaging her gums morning and night and after each meal. When you haven't a toothbrush Regular use of dental floss be- tv/een the teeth will remove' any particles which may have accu- laved there between regular c'janings by yo ur dentist. Avoid rich, sweet desserts (they're bad for your figure, too) and banana splits. Make it a point to include foods that must be chewed thoroughly (like raw fruits and vegetables) on your daily diet. Start now to get your teeth in perfect condition, for a sunny smile dence can win you .nd friends. new confi- genia Jenkins. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson. Air. and Airs. Holland Aiken were in Jonesboro yesterday to take their son, Vernon Ray (Corky), who enrolled at Arkansas State College there. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ezell Wilson have returned from Blue Mountain, Miss., where they too ktheir daughter and sister, Aliss Carolyn Wilson, who enrolled in college there. Airs. Raydo Veach who underwent major surgery last week at Ration Clinic in Manila was expected to be dismissed today. Air. and Mrs. L. D. Wade nad family spent Saturday in Memphis. 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