The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama on June 16, 1957 · 54
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The Birmingham News from Birmingham, Alabama · 54

Birmingham, Alabama
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Sunday, June 16, 1957
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LAUNDRY CLEANERS Branches Conveniently Located Laundry leaners SPECIALS WOOL Double or Single Dry Cleaned or Laundered FINJSHED FLAT WORK SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, TOWELS, Etc ZIPPERS IN MEN'S SLACKS Replaced 0 WITH ANY OTHER WORK 4-Hour Laundry 4-Hour Dry Cleaning At main plant and designated branches MAINPLANT Open 6 AM. 2900 6th Ave., S. Close 10 P.M Mt InmMti Where e'er hound . . . what e'er planned you'll travel handsomely in these smooth transition dresses. The sure flattery . . . the excitement of new and newsworthy styling . . . for wear now find into late Fall with easy grace! Top left. , . . Heathertone cotton su't-dress in rich tones of brown or brunt red. Sizes 1 0 to 16 3595 Center: . . . Cotton-and-orlon shirtwaist dress with unusual bock tab treatment. Black, brown or charcoal . . . sizes lOto 16 3995 Top right: , . . Cotton tweed suit dress, the jacket ust slightly blouson. 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Xind and weather will not dehydrate vour skin. J J For women who have extremely dry or aging skin Helena Rubinstein formulates SKIN DEW EXTR A-RICH, a new night cream. SKIN DEW and SKIN DEW EXTRA-RICH, 3.00, 5.00, and 8.50. Helena Rubinstein 655 Fifth Avenue, New York 22, N. Y. Fn- m pint M Available at leading department and drug stores SIX THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS SUNDAY. JUNE 16, 1957 David H. Broome, Patricia Key marry Miss Patricia Alice Key and David Hoke Broome Jr., were married at 8 p.m. Saturday at tTie Shades Valley Presbyterian Church by Dr. J. Herndon McCain. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold F,. Key, Mrs. M. J. Williamson and David Hoke Broome of Decatur, Ga. MISS JANET KEY attended her sister as maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Robert Key of Savannah. Ga., sister-in-law of the bride: Misses Carol Clasen. Margeret Herzberg and Christine Crais. The attendants were dressed alike in frocks of pink chiffon made with scooped necklines, short sleeves, full patio-length skirts and floating back panels. Their braided demi-hats had pearl-studded circular veils. They carried pink carnations. Penny Marie W'illiamson. sister of the bridegroom, and Barhara Ann Terrell, his cousin, were flower girls. THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Her gown of Chantilly lace over satin was designed with scooped neckline, long sleeves and bouffant skirt which flowed into a chapel-length train. Her finger tip veil of illusion was caught to a tiara of pearls with tear-drop trim. She carried lilies of the val- I : price specLal ! perfume atomizer 1.25 regular 2.50 A beautiful boudoir accessory A at O wonderful low price! Limoges reproductions, 4 inches high. Four shapes . . . three enlors: pink, blue or white with floral decorations. Mail Orders Include Tax and 3 5 e Postage Odum Bowers & White : J VIRGINIA SMITH . . . Students engaged MRS. D. H. BROOME JR. . . . Saturday bride ley centered with a white orchid. Mark Williamson served his stepson as best man. Ushers were Robert Key, Savannah, Ga .brother of the bride; Furman Mattox of Roanoke, Va., her rousin.; Boh Loveless and I.eland Downs. David and Billy Key, brothers of the bride, were ring hearers. MRS. KEY wore a sheath of mauve silk organza. Mrs. Williamson a blue Chantilly laee frock. Both mothers wore orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Key followed the ceremony with a reception in the church parlors. Assisting were Mrs. C. R. Crais, Mrs. Harry Terrell, Mrs. Louise Williams. Mrs. Ryan Sanders, Misses Judy Crawford. Katha-iee Morton. Ellen Glover, Barhara Nichols, Lillian O w e n. Gerrie Allen. Sandra Lovett and Martha Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Broome will make their home in Jacksonville, Fla., where Mr. Broome is stationed with the U. S. Navy. Smith-Guthrie engagement told Mrs. Andrew Wales Smith announces the engagement of her daughter, Virginia Jefferson, to Boyce Edward Guthrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Samuel Guthrie. Her father is the late A. W. Smith. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. H. H. K. Jefferson. the late Mr. Jefferson, Mrs. Walter Wales Smith of Atlanta, formerly of Birmingham, and the late Mr. Smith. Miss Smith is a junior at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Grandparents of thp hride-groom-elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Guthrie and the late Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hale of Kellen. Mr. Guthrie is a senior at API, where he is majoring in mechanical engineering. Plans will be announced. New ft aces Newsprint comprised 18 per cent of Mexicos imports from Canada as shown in a recent trade studv. Mr. and Mrs. FJlis Campbell, Warrior, announce the arrivaL of a daughter, Sheila Diane, May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cox are parents of a daughter, Lisa Diane, bom May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fred Lee announce the birth of a son, Fred James, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ryan are parents of a daughter, Karen, born May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Bates announce the birth of a daughter. Delisa Karin, May 20. COME IN . . . REGISTER HER TOWLE'S SILVER SPR" r ( ) V TOWLE'S FRENCH PROVINCIAL TOWLE'S RAMBLER ROSE Pattern Today TOWLE'S SILVER FLUTES Goodwin JEWELRY COMPANY r'Retemer'i Finest Jewelry Stare 32' N. 1 9th St., Rttr.r -27.5 TOWLE'S OLD MASTER Service for one (Ten-spoon, knife fork, solod fork) from . . $24.00 Tenspoont, from $4.50 Servina piece, from $5.00 Carolyn Tolbert, Alexander Miller to wed in August Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allen Tolbert announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn Alicia, to Alexander Corbett Miller II, son of Mrs. Mary Moffatt and Alexander Corbett Miller. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lane Young Tolbert of Midland. Ga., and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley of Svlaeauga. Miss Tolhert attended Jud-son College, Marion. Grandparents of the bridegroom-elect. are Walter V. Glaze, the late Mrs. Glaze and the late Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller. Mr. Miller is a student at the University of Alabama where he is majoring in prelaw. He has been named for the deans list. The wedding will be solemnized at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. EUGENIA PUCKETT . , . Musician engaged Eugenia Puckett is engaged to Elton C. Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sims Puckett announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Eugenia, to Elton Charles Fitch, son of Mrs. Stuart Elton Fitch of Opelika and the late Mr. Fitch. Miss Puckett Is a graduate of the Birmingham-Southern Conservatory of Music and Birmingham-Southern College, She received her master's degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. Miss Puckett is on the faculty of thp Birmingham Conservatory of Birmingham-Southern College. Mr. Fitch, also a graduate of Birminhgam-Southern College, is now a spnior at the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary, Alexandria. Va The wedding will bp during August. A new guide book titled era. will be widely distributed Ghana 1957, published in Ac- in the United States and Britain. CAROLYN TOLBERT . . , Engaged to wed Shimmer) black fashion fabric Deeply textured and starred w ith a hurkle of jet , , . the sling to take you out on a fling' Who'd think it could cost only Mail Orders, add 25 postage (Additional postal charges on C 0 D ') Open Friday 'Til 8:30 P.M. 192 0 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH MISS OLDENDORFF . . . To marry Aug. 3 Miss Oldendorff to wed Mr. Huff BATON ROUGE, La., .Tune 15 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oldendorff announce thp engagement of their daughter. Faye Ann, to Clarence Young Huff Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Huff of Woodward, Ala. Mr. Huff attended St. Joseph Academy and Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge. The wedding will be Aug 3 in New Orleans. 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