The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 26, 1967
Page 4
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! FOUr — Biyineviiio \m*»i/ w*-* — - - in — Society News — * Phone PO ! Smith, Society Editor Miss Jeanne Ellen Hood Phone PO 3-4461 ^vm/ww-vwu v^v^wv-*^* New On The Night Beat NEW YORK - (NBA) When candlelight flickers in the fall evening hours, formal wear vill sparkle, too. In past seasons either gol( was out and silver was owio gold was out and silver was in Jut in the New York fashion showings for Fall '67 Both have been combined for extra flash and accented with a luxurious Dorder of fur at the hemline. There's more shaping in evening clothes than there has )een in many a season. You'll even find the natural waist and full skirt are back. The short gown is still a favorite for all but very formal occasions. The divided gown or evening culotte is shown in all the collections in every fabric from chiffon to crepe. Many are pleated. New on the evening scene is the shirt dress, either belted high in black satin or done iin ! Jeanne Ellen Hood to Wed Eugene Ray Lawson in July with rhinestone ending in shirt- BRIDE AND GROOM-Miss Lynda Karroll Starnes and Winford Flippo were married May 28 at the Ridge Crest Bap. tist Church. They are making their home in Pleasant Plains, Ark. By KEEN HENNERY Women's Editor Ncwsppapper Enterprise Ass NEW YORK- (NBA)-The New York fashion showings for all 1967 prove that t would be lly to try to break down day- ime clothes into the once-re- iable categories of coats, suits Miss Lynda Starnes Weds Winford Flippo Here Mr. and Mrs. Tipton Eugene -Hood of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jeanne Ellen Hood, to Eugene Ray Lawson, son of Mr. ville. At the present, Miss Hood is director of the lab and x-ray department in the Scott County .Hospital. Mr. Lawson graduated from Waldron High School and the Tenn., Auto Diesel Lawson of Waldron, Ark. Miss Hood is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. .Clyde Harold Wilson and the - late Mr. and Mrs. Sammuel Mc- : Kee Hood, all of Blytheville. -Grandparents of the prospective groom are Mr. and Mrs. D. Oliver Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Allen Hicks all of Waldron. The bride-elect is a graduate of Blytheville High School, Memphis State University and Hawkins Medical School of Technology. She served her internship with Dr's. Reinberger and Mackey and was formerly with Dr. F. E. Utley's Clinic in Blythe- fComing Events Tuesday Business and Professional Women's Club Eastern Star Chapter 279 Armorel-ettes Extension Home ' makers Club Wednesday Town and Country Extension Clear Lake Baptist WMU Armorel Woman's Missionary Union Thursday : Lutheran Women's Missionary League Blytheville Jaycettes Junior Members of Dud Cason .._ is now employed as a soil conservation surveyer in . Waldron. The couple will be married July 1 at the First Baptist Church in Blytheville, They will make their home in Waldron. black crepe closings and tails. The portrait dress is shown, too, in the soft, feminine feeling of the season. There are two versions — the mid-calf and ankle length — in black with the neck, cuffs and a soft bow at the waist. Black is definitely in again for after five. And lace and velvet holdtop billing for evening fabrics. But many daytime fabrics are moving into the evening hours. Wool chinchilla is rimed in rhinestones and bright wool plaids are made gala by such styling as side slits nearly up the hipbone. Satin makes a strong come- ack, especially in black, white nd navy. One of the most chic ort gowns shown is in white atin with a halter neck and elted natural waist. With so much more fit in at- Miss Lynda Karrol Starnes be came the bride of Winford Flippo May 28 in a ceremony performed at Ridgecrest Baptist a white dress ensemble with white accessories. They are now making their home at Pleasan Plains. Church. Rev. P. dated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Starnes of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flippo. The church __ SUMMER HANDKNITS are a fashion treat for town or touring. Easy-knit this two- piece costume in a travel- bright blend of Irish linen and orlon, for a crisp, carefree summer. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:30 p.m. MONDAY AND TUESDAY "WELCOME 1BXRD TIMES Mfrmcoun . Also Special Attraction ELIAS D rive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••I MONDAY AND TUESDAY "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die 17 Starring • Michael Conners • Dorothy Provine Rtlax: Go To A Movie Tonight! r-five clothes a looks lore like a girl than she has the appearance of t h e nee hift. Colors are luscious — running IE gamut from bright green plum. And everything looks retty and feminine, minus the rissiness that accompanied the H. Jernigan offi- was decorated with gladiolus and candles and vows were exchanged before an arch entwined with gladiolus. Wedding music was performed by Miss Diane Branscum, organist, and Jewel Holdaway, vocalist. Attending the bride as .maid of honor -was Miss Jo Am Moody. She was attired in a floor - length gown of turquoise crepe and carried a single white carnation. Serving the groom as best man was Guy Solida. Ushers were the brothers of the groom. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose a floor - length gown of peau de soie. The bodice of the gown was overlaid with chantilly lace and sprinkled with seed pearls. The front of the skirt held small flowers which were also sprinkled with seed pearls and beads. Head Scarf with Body A head scarf with body t what every outdoor girl need to complement her hairdo an< wardrobe. The lightest littl frame to sit on your head wit great flattery, great security can be had in stripes, prints solids or polka dots. egant look a few seasons back | Her shoulder - length veil was The shaping isn't tight. There * still freedom in clothes. But lere is a touch of femininity ar too long. Beauty Briefs Puffs Save Puncturing Cut down the mortality rate n rubber gloves by placing a oft cotton puff in each finger ip to prevent long nails from unching holes in the rubber. Tie cotton puffs do not mat up nd provide a comfortable cush oning. secured to a pill box hat. The bridal bouquet was of white glamelias. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was covered with a white cloth with silver wedding bells on it. Centering the table was _ tiered wedding cake and punch service. Serving was Mrs. Marcia Lou Hancock and Mrs. Patsy Kitchen. Mrs. Guy Solida presided over the guest book. For traveling, the tride chose Designers Bring Shape Back in Fall Fashions and dresses. Presses look like Icok like dresses, coats. And suits take the form of every' hing from pants to culottes to hree- or four-part costumes. So the fashion tale must be old as it stands for fall. There are simply two categories — daytime and evening. Although midi - long (mid- jalf) and the mini-short hem ines are shown, it is an accepted fact that short skirts are lere to stay for at least another year or two. The midi coat with the mini- dress may figure importantly, lowever, when cold weather comes. It's a lot more practical than blue knees and chilblains. But the hemline length isn't the important thing. What makes the look is what happens when the hemline stops. Stockings, boots, accessories — these are what pull the look together. Pantsuits, dress shirts, coat shirts and jjacket shirts, are in all the collections. And hard- zippers, big galosh buckles, grippers — all are used on assyme- tric or double - breasted closings. And belts, from metal links to leather, are a must for the fall season. Coats are either large tents or small and controlled at the top with wide hems. And some version of the trench coat turns up at every showing. New is the Spanish look (a I la Jacqueline Kennedy). There' are black velvet pantsuits with short jackets, shown with high boots, white tucked shirt and cumerbund. Other versions of the Spanish look are in black gabardine. Capes are news. They turn up in all lengths from ankle to waist and are designed as part of a costume, with matching or :onlrastiing dress. Suits wiith vests, worn with turtlenecks or shirts and ties are also important on the day- ;ime scene. Color combinations includ such startlers as plum with lemon, acid green and orange, and bright plaids, stripes and argyles. But black has returned :o fashion prominence after a 'ew seasons' absence. In fact, some of the most exciting costumes are all black from boots !o hooded cape. Imported fabrics wool and flat gabardines. Newest are the bulky tweeds, fleecces and chinchillas. The story for fall in a capsule is bright color, more snapping, belts, hardware and skirts that remain way above the knee. 7Z3I5 aim W. HUnei, Publlilw }tt »' Walnut Its. BbtheTUIe. Ark. liKl dally eicept Sundu second class ixntage paid *t BlJ- tUevUle. Ark. HOME DELIVEBT RATES ytlerille and towns In tht trad, l $8.00 pel year « than 50 miles from Bl?th«vlll« $18.00 pet feat Razorback's Guest tor Today: MR. & MRS. ROBERT A. PAYTON BAFB Are invited to be our guest to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Tuesday's Special! '/ 2 Pan Fried Chicken w/French Fries C1 4C Cole Slaw, Rolls VI •*•« Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION SINGER FABRIC BUY OF THE WEEK TERRY CLOTH Versatile fabric with so many uses. 100% cotton. Washable. 36" wide. Plaza Shopping Center Ph. PO Z-378S SINGER VISITING CANADA'S EXPO '67, shopping or dancing, you'll want complete foot comfort. Burning feet and foot odor problems are prevalent among teen-agers and young adults and to curb this delicate problem nothing is as adequate as a deodorant foot spray. In addition, give your feet a real treat and massage them with softening cream or lotion. pits of Newsj I J ' /1 I moMy per&onal j ImnniBBi niiiiiiinniniiiii'i' m«""™»»is Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams announce the birth of a son born Saturday, June 24. He has been named John Marion Williams. They are also parents of another son, Logan. Mrs. Williams is the former Carolyn Crafton. Miss Mary Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Brown of Steele has been selected as majorette line captain for the University of Arkansas Marching Razorback Band nert year. Miss Brown will compose all routines and be responsible for the performance of the majorettes at all football games. She will be a sophomore at the university. 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