The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO - Society News - „ A™ Mallm-v. Society Editor * ^ nc Hiw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henery Storey, Jr., are shown at their reception following the wedding ceremony Saturday night at the Steele Methodist Church. Mrs. Storey is the former Miss Shirley .Maude Ketchum of Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ketchum. Mr. Storey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henery Storey, Sr. (Courier News Photo) Herman H. Storey, Jr., Claims Bride in Ceremony at Steele In a ceremony solemnized Saturday night at Steele Methodist Church, Miss Shirley Maude Ketchum, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Ketchum, became the bride ot Herman Henery Storey, Jr., of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henery Storey, Sr. The Rev. Marvin Niblack. pastor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Baskets of white chrysanthemums and stocks and white tapers In wrought iron holders formed the background for the wedding party, white satin bows marked the family pews. Miss Helen Proctor, soloist, and Charles Johnson, organist, provided music. Miss Proctor's selections included "Because," and "I Love You Truly " Mr. Johnson's selections included the traditional wedding marches. Miss Proctor wore a while brocaded gown with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. An aqua faille dress with pearl trim and black accessories were chosen by Miss Ginger Ynrbrough, maid of honor. She wore a corsage of white carnations and gardenias. Father Gives Bride The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a mauve brocaded acetate dress with Jacket and matching sequin hat. She Wore pink accessories and carried a white satin Bible topped with a white orchid. Kenneth Storey served his brother as best man and ushers were Douglas Morris and Bennlc Hays. Mrs. Ketchum wore for her daughter's marriage a brown crepe dress with lighl blue sequin collar and blue accessories. She was presented a gardenia corsage. The groom's mother chose a navy blue suit with red accessories and wore a gardenia corsage. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the dining room of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with a white linen outwork cloth and centered with the wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. While snapdragons nestled in greenery encircled the HALF PRICEI base of the cake. Flanking this were white tapers in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Norman Cawley and Mrs. Howard Cameron presided at the reception table. The couple left on a wedding trip to Florida and upon their re- lurn will reside In Blytheville. Birthday Party Given For Shirley Emery Shirley Ann Emery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emrcy of Nine, celebrated her tenth birthday Sunday. There were 2fi guest* present and the afternoon was spent In playing James. Favors of lint* Were given Ihe children. Refreshments 'of birthday cake and ice cream wore served the guests. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER *EWg Miss Trieschmann Honored With Several Parties Here Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann was complimented again yesterday when a tea was given in her honor at the home of MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1954 Lt. and Mrs. John B. L'; NurnberK, Germany, announce th birth of a daughter, Nov. 0. The baby has been named Arba Lynn. . In. Lewis is the former Miss Frances Shousc. Mr. and Mrs- Charles Parker of Cardv.'1'll, Mo., announce the birth of a daughter, their ilrst child. Mrs. J. B. Hale of Little Rock is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Trlcschmann, Mr. Trieschmann and family. Among those In Memphis yesterday to attend the Sonja Henle.Ice Revue were Mrs. O. Shonyo, Mrs. W. H. StovaU, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. J. W. Shouse and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shouse, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boyd had as their guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rose. Mrs. O. B. Burrow and other relatives of Braden, Tenn. Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann and Mrs. Jim Smothcrmon are spending today in Memphis. Howcll Boyd a student at the University of Mississippi waj> a member of the cast of "Cocktail Party," by T. B. Elliott, which was presented at the college last week.' Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Mallory and daughters spent yesterday in Hayti an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DeWeese and son. Mike. They were Joined there by Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Putnam of Fulton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mr. and Mrji. Willie Tale and Mrs. Ray Harrison were In Memphis last night to attend the Ice revue. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines has been elected vice-president of the pledge class of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at Memphis State Colllge. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stlrcs, Mrs. Janie Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Raynond Bomar were In Memphis yesterday to attend the Sonja Henie Ice Revue. Mrs. Fred Kleeman. Hostesses were Mrs. Fleeman, Mrs. W. M. Owens, Mrs. Fr»nk Whitworth and Mrs. F. L, Reed. Approximate^ 150 guests called durins the afternoon. Rt-cciving guests were Miss I Tricscliinann, who wore a tea f.ms ol! sown Ol rc , [( ve ivet with low neck- ine and lull skirt over several ittlicoats. She pinned ft corsage of >lnk chrysanthemums at her ihoutder. Barbara Hunt Has Birthday Party Here Barbara Hunt celebrated her 4th birthday ycslerday when her mo,her, Mrs. Jack Hunt entertained. The 10 Bue.-its spent the afternoon playing games and favors of hata and horns were presented. RcrrcshmentK of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mr.s. Orover Heiilh find Mr.s. Jenny Osborn of kennctt assisted the hostess. on the piano cloth slightly dc-natured alcohol Never use soap :eys. Milk or a dampened In dc-i _ should be rubbed on each key and off. Soap will stain then rubbed Ivory. Home Ritual For Beauty Many older women think thnt be perfectly groomed menus spending a great deal of time and money at the beauty salon. "How could T manage to pay a beautician on my husbtuKl's salary?" they ask Yet, there's another woman In their neighborhood, working with the same budget, who always loolw attractive. She IB the perfect picture of the poised, well-broomed mature wniniin, She hits learned through th( yearn tlutt beauty Is iin evwyrla.i occupation. She follows her grooming routine, to the tetter nnd lets nothing; intctiere wll-h the hour she .sel.s aside each ilny to attend to her hair, skin, nulls, i i lc. She Rives herself n facial thai requires little, if any, cost, ii.'s vcrj simple and takes but. a few minutes each dixy. and yellow ohrysanthe- a cleunslnp crctuu, scoop out a good amount from the Jnr nnd place It In the piilm of your left hnnd. Then, with your finger tips, .spread it on your fan.-, hOKin- niiiR at the left side of your Mmmt nnd working upward. Remove the clranslnu cvwvm wilh [rtdul tissues Then, pat your skin vigorously, but gently. Use a small cotion pad clipped In witch hnzel and npply it to your chin, forhnid, cheeks, etc. For further stimulation, you might try running an ice cube over Mrs. J. O. Trieschmann, mother if the bride-elect, wore a black jmbroldcred tea gown with full skirt and pinned a pink chrysan- hemum corsage at her shoulder. Mrs. J. B. Hale of Little Kock, 0 -randmothcr ol the bride-elect, wore a navy blue dress and an orchid mum corsage. Miss Linda Lou Trieschmann, sister of Miss Trieschmann, wore a jlue taffeta party dress and pinned pink mums at her shoulder. Mrs. Fleeman greeted her guetts wearing a navy blue lace with coral velvet trim and puah-up sleeves. Mrs. Owens wore a brown crepe with scooped neckline trimmed with sequins and beads. An orchid velvet tea dress with low-cut neckline was chosen by Mrs. Whitworth and Mrs. Reed wore a two-piece brown and beige taffeta. The tea table was overlaid with a Italian cloth and centered with a mass of pink chrysanthemums interspersed with silver leaves, beads and stems in a sliver bowl. Pink tapers nestled in cuffs of mallne in silver candelabra flanked this arrangement. The buffet was decorated identical to the tea table. Orchid chrysanthemums in an antique pitcher were used in the entrance hall and also in the living room. The recreation room was decorated with fall leaves and bronze mums. Those assisting at the table and throughout the entertaining . rooms were Mrs. W. L. Johnston, Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., Mrs. W. M. Williams, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Bege nold, Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft, Miss Betty Ann Harber and Mrs. B. M. Matthews. A silver-footed bowl was presented the honoree by the hostesses. Dessert-BrldKC Mrs. C. M. Smart, Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Henry Humphreys entertained with a dessert-bridge at the Taylor home Friday night Tallies of yellow overlaid with net skirts represented bridesmaids and yellow tapers in silver holders centered Individual tables. Miss Trieschmann wore for the occasion a 'black wool dress with yellow chrysanthemums corsage She was presented a gift of silver Yellow and white chrysanthe mums were used throughout en tertalnlng rooms. Winners In the bridge games were Mrs. Weslbrook, high, Mrs Tumm: Westbrnnk, second high and Miss Gloria Ashmorc, brldgo Lingerie Sliowcr Mr.s. Jim Smotbermon, Misses Betty Nell Holland and Betty Ann Harber entertained at Hotel No ble Saturday with a lingerie show er and desst-rl-brldRe. Tallies of pink petticoats pink tapers in silver holders nes lied in petticoats of pink taffet and net decorated tables wher were sealed. Coming Events Monday Brotherhood pt First Baptist Church meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday NN Bridge Club meet* with Miss Barbara Ann Smith. American Legion Auxiliary meets ' Country Club bridge league meets Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertains Tuesday Bridge Club, junior High PTA meets at 3 p. m preceded by executive board at 2.30 Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Slam* Phi meets with Miss Millie Ann Mallory, N Highway 61, a T30 pm. Mrs. Robert Blaylock Large 2fc size, now only 1 Limited time only. Buy a supply. Save on hand cream Regular * size, now I Tussy Wind and Weather Hand Cream; for those who prefer a hand cream. WOOD'S Drug Store "Bobby, Will You Marry Me When You Grow Up?" your face, especially along the Jaw and chin lines. The woman over 40 who looks aft cr her skin and learns to use make up to her advantage can't help bu look and feel attractive. A doll wearing a white gown and neallce centered the table where lifts were displayed. Pink bows .•ere used on the table corners. Winners In the bridge games were Mrs. Trieschmann, nigh, Miss unet Nelson, second high, and Mrs Bob Walden, bridgo. The honoree wore a maroon fail- e dress with lowcut neck and full klrt. She was presented > corsage I white carnations nestled in pink arters. Mrs. Trieschmann was present- d white mums nestled In pink icarts and Linda Lou wore white pom-poms surrounded with pink tearts. co-hostess. Wednesday Mrs. Lloyd wise entertains Town and Country Club. Mrs. S. C. Owens entertains Club TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs Otto Scrape. Mrs. H. C. Sims has Wednesday Bridge Club. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Bil Eraser with Mrs. Paul Cooper co lOStCSS. it 3 p.m board with Central PTA meets .receded by executive 2:30 p.m. Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meet* [arrclta Bay Flat Lake HD Club holding an nual Thanksgiving meeting and din nor at club house beginning at 1 La Nueve Club mets with Mrs Coleman Stevens. Mrs. P. D. Poster entertain Thursday Contract Club. Chillion Club meets with Mr At the Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Q C. Wag«t«r, Cooler Mrs. Billy Poole, Bt. 1, city Geaa Parnell, Caruthersville Jewel Jackjson, Steele Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, Rt. 3, city Mrs. Timothy Sharp, city Mrs. P. L. Tatum and baby, ZJ1- bourne Mrs. Fannie Whitworth, city Buddy Miller, city Chlckasawbt Hoipltal Dismissed: Mrs- Ira Jackson, city Mrs. Terri Green, city James M. Gracy, city Mrs. Robert Metcalfe and baby, city Berry York, city Mrs. Billy McCaughety, city T. J. Hansard, city Mrs. James Middleton, city Mrs. Arthur Weaver and baby, city Mrs. B. Caudill, city Malcolm Park, city Walli Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Sarah Mae Grant and baby, city Florence Ashabranner, city Mrs. Johnny Hawkins and baby, Steele Mrs. Fred Sharp and baby; city Mrs. Wanda Stutts. Manila Mrs. Gary Ray, city Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, Cooler Mrs. Viola Cherry, city Annie Woods, Luxora Mrs. Fredlene White and baby, city Timothy Alexander, city Tom Ray, pity Charles Sexton, city Steve Wilson, Hornersville Sarah Lee Griggs, Steele H you've got to wear those stockings right away after washing wrap them In a terry tower and run It through the washing machine wringer. Do it again with a new towel, if necessary. • » • It may look like a saving, but be rational when you buy in quanlity If you never bake, a lot of flour a ones is no bargain — it will ge weevils before you use It. Splcei dry out quickly, too. Wives Say Mates Need Advice Also There is plenty of evidence in the letters thnt come to this column that women the country over are getting Ced to the teeth with advice on how to hold their husbands. They claim their men read the idvice out loud to them or Scotch ape it onto their dressing-table mirrors or just toss them the article with, "Here's something YOU ought to read." Then, these same men, lean back in their easy chairs convinced that their wives are lucky Ruth Millett to have them and hat whatever is wrong with the marriage is the wife's fault. Women who report that this is he way their husbands react to any and all "how-to-hold-your- man" advice, really light in and et the men have it. Their suggestions of what men could do to be better husbands and iclp to make marriage happier for both partners would fill a book. But in spite of the variety of complaints there are several that crop up in letter after letter. Here they are—and if this column gets taped up anywhere it will be on the mirror the man of the house uses to shave. The men, say the women, have to be picked up after like two-year- olds. And in spite of their own sloppy habits they expect their houser to look neat and orderly. They aren't considerate abou letting their wives know when they are going to be late to dinner, and act as though the wife has no right Mary Hatfleld. entei- Mrs. Robert Thompson tains OEO Club. Junior and Senior High PTA have studs at, home economics cottage beginning at 7:30 p. m. UDO meets at Rustic Inn. Host- CS are Mrs George Roland Oreen, Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. R. O. Hose, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs. M. Pit- irmnons. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Jmes Roy, 7:30 p. m. Friday Woman Club meets at 1 p. m.; covered dish luncheon. 4-H Club benefit supper «t legion Hut, 5 to 8 p. m. Ladles of Country Club entertaining with Quest Day. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. O. 0. Poetz. Mrs. Farrls McCalla entertains •Friday Club. Ladles Bible class of First Methodist Church have regular monthly party at 3 p. rn. Mrs. L. M. Burnett, Mrs. John Moore and Mrs. O. C. Ganske arc hostesses. 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