Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on January 3, 1955 · 4
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Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas · 4

Abilene, Texas
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Monday, January 3, 1955
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Recruiters Have Dinner-Dance The Army and Air Force Recruiting Station held a dinner-dance in the Windaor Hotel Garden Roomi Friday evening to celebrate the new year Tablet were decorated with small cedar bought and silver belli placed at intervals down the center Dinner wat served by candlelight Cedar bought and red and ailver belli were other decor Dancing was to recorded music enu Theda Waurine Veteto Marries Thomas H Warren in Home Rite Good Manners Make Friends A quick way to antagonize others it to state your opinions in a belligerently positive manner And it can be mighty embarrassing to be proved wrong when you have been so dogmatic So say “I think' or “It seems to me” when you are merely stating an opinion TIIE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS 4 A TnEABlLkb KM Mttiiii “A Abilene Texas Monday Evening CHINS UP INSIDE PLANTER — A pink brick planter topped with a the foyer from the living room of the new A Dr The exterior of he house is a combination siding (Staff photo by Don Hutcheson) ABILENE BUILDS sandalwood trellis divides new Melvin Pyeatt home at 325 Lexington of pink brick and chocolate brown Sandalwood and Brown Tones Dominate Melvin Pyeatt Home By MARTHA 1IOHGOOD Reporter-News Statl Writer ' Sandalwood and brown tones are predominant throughout the new home o( the Melvin Pyeatt family at 325 Lexington Dr The exterior of the house is a combination of pink brick and chocolate brown siding White accents are featured in louvered shutters and front door screen and lacy grill-work They plan to set the lawn in St Augustine grass this spring The front lawn space is small due to a large concrete drive that circles hi front of the entrance and into a double carport on the north The backyard is enclosed by s laced redwood fence Visitors are greeted in the en trance hall by Mr or Mrs Pyeatt or one of the children Len 9 and Judy 4 Pyeatt is a district supervisor for General American Oil Co of Texas Dividing the entrance foyer from the living - dining room is a pink brick planter filled with rubber and ivy plants A sandalwood trellis reaches from the planter to the ceiling Plaster walls throughout excepting the family room are painted sandalwood and wall to-wall carpeting of cotton twist is also a sandalwood color Colonial brass and wrought iron lighting fixtures are used Contemporary furnishings in the living room are highlighted by large gold framed mirror hanging over the dining table The small high windows are framed by draw draperies of sandalwood with gold overlay A double louvered folding door opens from the liv ing room into the family room combination kitchen and den The family room the favorite of the entire family is L shaped with the kitchen around the corner The den section of the room is centered by a brick fireplace fronted by a colonial throw rug The cocoa brow day bed scattered with brightly hued pillows provides a comfortable place for TV viewing The den is connected to the kitchen by the yellow plastic and chrome breakfast set The cabinet and walls are of putty colored hand rubbed paneling with a scallop effect over the sink and appliances Spruce green formica covers the cabinet top The entire family room is floored Choice of Sleeves In This Pattern Simple collared casual style has skirt with controlled flare choice of cuffed three-quarter or short sleeves in a wide range of sizes No 3041 is cut in sizes 12 14 If U 30 36 38 40 44 46 48 Size I: Style shown 3 7-8 yds 36-in Send 35c in coin (no stamps please) for pattern with name address style number and size Address Pattern Bureau The Abilene Reporter-News Box 42 Old Chelsea Station New York 11 N Y (Please allow two weeks for delivery) For first dais mail include an extra Se per pattern Just off tho press! Brand new 1954 1955 fall-winter edition of Fashion World Including easy-to-mak patterns as well as style forecasts and gifts for the entire family Is odor you'll find style as wsfl as practical designs Order your copy now Price Is only 35c in squares of beige and brown vinyl Provincial chintz curtains decorate the windows The master bedroom is located In the southeast corner of the dwelling with lots of windows looking out into the backyard The ponderosa pine canopy bed and double dresser are highlights of the room Provincial chintz cur-tains and a white Martha Washington spread add finishing touches The private bath is of green tile On down the hall is Judy's pink bedroom The furnishinp i rock maple with a huge double dresser Feminine touches are added by her numerous dolls Opening into the hallway be-UetMi the children's rooms ia the second full bath It is done in pink tile with baby blue walls Pink chintz curtains complete the decor Len’s room is nearest the front entrance It features built - in bookcases chests and desk in sandalwood His Hollywood bed covered by a brown tweed spread with matching draw draperies The room is completed by an oversized walk - in closet Two large storage closets open directly into the hall In the near future the Pyeatla plan to add a pink brick patio right outside the family room and parallel with the carports It will feature a barbecue pit and comfortable terrace furniture Abilene Teacher Qualifies in Contest FORT WORTH Jan 3 - A recipe submitted by Mrs Sallie Hil-ley Homemaking Coordinator of Abilene Public Schools Abilene Tex has qualified for the Texas Beef Council's stale-wide "Texas Experts” recipe contest Miss Hil-Icy received notice of her entry's acceptance from Miss Bobbye L Hughes Women's Director for the CounciL The recipe for Chipped Beet which was submitted as Mrs Hil ley's "favorite beef recipe" win be tested tasted and Judged in February by a distinguished panel of food expats The winner of the $100 grand prize award will be announced at the annual meeting of the Texas Home Economics Association in Dallas March 11 11 The contest open only to qualified Texas borne economists and dieticians commenced November 1 1954 and extends through January 31 1955 It la sponsored by the Texas Beef Council to find new and better uses of the lesser-known lower priced beef cuts Swedish steel candelabra formed the Gothic arch under which the marriage of Theda Waurine Veteto and Thomas H Warren Jr 1311 Chestnut St was solemnized at 6:30 o’clock Sunday evening The wedding was in the home of the bride’s parents Mr and Mrs W T Veteto 317 Meander St The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas H Warren Sr of San Angelo The Rev W T Hamor read the double ring rites Dr M T Ramsey organist played "Ava Maris” "Because” and "The Ros-! ary" A white urn holding stock and mums centered the archway Foliage plants and palm formed the setting of greenery for the den John W Pruett was best man and bridesmaids were Mrs Frank McCombs and Mrs Randie Johnson Candlelighters were Prudence Kay Ramsey of McCamey niece of the bridegroom and Mike McKinney cousin of the bride Mrs McCombs wore a pastel lace over taffeta sheath dress with matching jacket and Mrs Johnson wore a powder blue faille suit with rhinestone accessories They carried matching hand bouquets of French blue and silver mums Miss Ramsey wore a pale blue paper taffeta dress with tucked bodice peter pan collar and very full skirt Ha flowers were a wristlet of French blue and silva mums Given in marriage by her fa-ther the bride wore a ballerina length imported lace gown styled with mandarin collar acaltoped hemline and tiny covered button trim Her opera pumps were white brocade satin She wore a seed peal tiara with shoulder length white tulle veil and carried a cascade arrangement of pink camellias and feathered carnations showered with satin streamers and tulle on a white Bible Reception was in the den of the homo The couple was assisted In receiving guests by their parents and attendants Mrs Veteto wore Black Thread Makes Rooster A rooster in the "wrought iron” tradition is cleverly crocheted black thread and stiffened with wire is 10 inches high stands on a firm base is delightfully decorative! Use a pair as mantle buffet or table decorations Crochet instructions and actual size reproduction of rooster Send 35c lor pattern No 625 your name address pattern number to Carol Curtis The Abilene Reporter-News Box 329 Madison Square Station New York 10 N Y The Needlework Guide 38 pages 150 designs fa knitting crochet embroidery hairpin lace dozens of beautiful color transfers Order as you do needlework patterns Only 35c a navy taffeta dress with rhinestone trim and accessories Her shoes were navy blue kid sandals and corsage was white frenched carnations The mother of the bridegroom wore a navy dress with jeweled collar and a corsage of white frenched carnations The three tiered wedding cake was topped with a miniature bridal couple Greenery white mums and lace doilies completed decor Guests were present from San Angelo McCamey Sweetwater Dallas Tahoka Los Angeles Calif and Saudi Arabia For the wedding trip to San Antonio and South Texas the bride wore a grey flannel suit with rhinestone clips on the lapels Shoes and gloves were black and purse and hat grey The- couple will be at home in Abilene after Jan 8 Warren is employed by-Mack's Auto Exchange He is a graduate of McCamey High School and attended the University of Texas The bride is formerly a dental assistant fa Dr Ramsey She is a 1949 graduate of Abilene' High School A rehearsal dinner was served in the home of the bride's parents for members of the wedding party and their guests Dinner was served buffet style with seasonal flowers used fa decoration Guests attending were from Abilene Lue-den and Dallas LondonWedding News Received News has been received here of the marriage of Huguette Pole London England to Silas Gordon Johnston Chief Quartermaster of the U S Navy from Houston Notice was received by Mrs Myrtle Ludlow 1641 Orange St who is a great aunt of Johnston The wedding was read Thursday afternoon Dec 16 at King's Weigh House Church in London A reception followed in the Oddcni-nor’s Hotel The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Evan Leslie Pole of London The bridegroom is son of Mr and Mrs S G Johnston of Houston He is the grandson of the late Mr and Mrs Sam C Johnston of Paris Tex Posture Keys Neckline Look By ALICIA IIART NEA Beauty Edita It's ha neckline that gives a mature woman as much trouble as any single aspect of her looks She peas in the mirror and j feels as though she were looking at the rings on a tree — she can count her years there And she doesn't want to have to do this Much of the preaching today about overweight is aimed at men and women of mature years And as she loses weight a mature woman's neckline takes on year as it grows slack For a woman who has not lost a lot of weight the problems of the neckline go with the problems of pusture If a woman walks upright with a good head carriage she should not have a dowager chin But fa a woman who has peeled off many pounds the problem becomes more difficult She should massage the loose skin that used to cover all that flesh with a camphor tissue cream Work from the tip of the chin firmly down onto the chest Then dash on cold water to lighten the skin If she has time a dieting mature woman should do this twice a day The average North Amaicas uses 800 pounds of wood a year average European 250 pounds average African 123 pounds Does your family enjoy browned potatoes served with roast Iamb a beef? Use medium-size potatoes and boil them for 10 or 15 minutes then put the par-boiled spuds around the roast about three-quarters of an hour before the roast is done Make sure you turn the potatoes in the fat drippings in the bottom of the roaster so they will be well coated and sprinkle Save those plastic bags in which rolls carets and other foods are often packed Then when you are making stew or fried chicken put your seasoned flour mixture in the bag along with the meat or poultry pieces and shake well to coat the meat a poultry with the seasoned flour Detergent and warm water will do a good job of cleaning the bags then hand the bap ova a dish draina to dry EAT AND ENJOY Corpus Christi Guests Mr and Mrs W B Feely and daughter Nancy of Corpus Chris-ti have returned home after spending the holidays with Mrs Feely's parents Mr and Mrs M A Kibble 1141 Portland Ave CANT SLEEP Bocouo of Acid Stomach? Do This- Try this simple modern wey to void sleepless nights due to excels stomach acid Just take I or 2 Tumi as a "nightcap” before yoe go to bed Countless thousands who do this have discovered they fall asleep faster-feel much fresher mornings Always keepTume handy to counteract aour stomach gas heartburn— day or night Get a roll of Turns right now ! twicit — — ty 104 rsS Party Ideas Crisp celery hearts glistening ripe olives balls of nippy cheese and cinnamon apple slices makes a nice relish assortment for a holiday meal Dry the ripe olives with a papa towel then roll in a few drops of oil Roll the cheese balls in chopped parsley to add an extra dash of color COTTON BR0ADL00M treated with amazing resist-soil beautiful Shasta resists dirt carpet stays new looking longer Deep textured pile is latex-locked in all-jute back lies smooth uncrumpled Choose from 1 6 lovely colors in 9 12 15 foot widths KNIGHT CARPET CO 205 Grape Dial 2-9179 ‘3- y: ’ : " r st-g'? 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