BLYTffEVILLB (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 2T, 1954 Hn. Nathan Wade, Society Editor iety ,1» *•• Phone 3-4461 Shower Given To (Compliment Donna Dedman setting yesterday for a tea and ing Miss Donna Dedman, bride- elect of the Rev. Jim Lee Stevens of Osceola. Hostesses for the affair, attended by 40 guests, were Mrs. Terry, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Rupert Crmftoa, Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. Frank Whitworttu The refreshment table, covered with a cutwork cloth, was centered with a low silver bowl filled with pastel' colored sweetpeas, pink roses, daisies and baby breath. Low, branched silver candelabra holding pastel colored tapers flanked the centerpiece, and punch was served from a cut glass punch bowl. Assorted party sandwiches and cakes were served throughout the afternoon, with Mrs. Bob Waiden, sister of the guest of honor, presiding at the table. Mixed garden flowers were ar- Bits of News J Mr- and Mr*. Van Nicholson of be the guests of his sister, Mrs Howard Bowen and family, and to attend the graduation exercises at Blytheville High School tomorrow night when' their niece, Evelyn Bowen, will receive her diploma. Mrs. J. S. Bollard has been dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital, and her condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Good re- Carthage, Mo. .after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Ada Tate. Mr. and Mrs. -H. C. Bush have as their guests for two week*, their daughter, Mrs. Roy..Nankivell and three daughters, Kathy, Becky and Libba, all of Athens. Tenn. Mrs. Billy Johnson, Mr*. Max Johnson and Mrs. Lloyd Ray are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Elmer Moore of ^Dyewburg Tenn., returned home today-after ranged throughout the entertaining a visit of several days here at rooms of the Terry home, and Miss guest of Mrs. Cliffie Johnson. Her Dedman, who wore a sheath frock hostess and Mrs. Gerald Johnson of blue silk shantung with rhinestone trim, was presented with a corsage of pink, rosebuds display after they had been opened by the honoree, and guests signed her guest book as they entered that loom. Special guests at the affair included Mrs. R. L. Dedman and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, mother and grandmother of the guest of honor. The Cape Buttons On Sue Burnett A delightful outfit for sunny weather — youthful bare arm dress and a dashing cape in contrast to button on. Pattern No. 8097 is in sizes 10, li, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 3 yards of 39-inch; bolero and dress trim, iy 4 yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. Send 25 cents now for your copy Of Basic FASHION, Spring '54, our complete pattern magazine. A complete guide in planning a well rounded wardrobe for spring- through-summer. Mrs. G. H. Grear is reported to have improved after treatment at Ickasawba Hospital. She now ii •.T^^KaiiJ£nsr ^^^o™^- bers of the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis to be held Saturday night in the auditorium of the Nurses' Home, caps will be presented to Miss Betty Garner of Osceola, Miss Martha Brooks, Miss Mary Speaoe and Miss Janice Via, all of Steele; Miss • Patricia James of Hayti; and Miss Marynell Sehafer of Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter returned last night from Hot Springs where they went Sunday to attend the Arkansas Bankers' Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose have as their guest Mrs. Clyde Richards of St. Louis, who will be joined Sunday by Mr. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson asd- two chiloTren. Sha arid Ricky, have moved into their new home at 1019 West Adams. Britt Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens and a member of the 1954 senior class of Blytheville High School! will leave Monday for Oxford, Miss., where he will attend the. gummer sessions at Ole Miss. Presbyterians Plan Vacation Bible School Flans were announced today by Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd general chairman, for the Daily Vacation Bible School to be held at First Presbyterian Church beginning Monday and continuing through June 11. Classes will be held each morning Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 and 11:15 for age groups from three through 14. Theme of the school will be "God's Wonders". Assisting with the classes will be Mrs. George Dfllahunty, Mrs. J. E. Carter, Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. Herman Oden, Mrs. Hermon Carlton. Mrs. Gene Bradley, Miss Lois Fields, Mrs. Eddie Saliba, Mrs. John Cherry. Mrs. B. C. Bailey, Miss Betsy Bell, Mrs. C. J. Wilson, Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mrs. Bob Logan, Miss Frances Bright and Mrs. D. E. McCaskill. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and Mrs. C. C. Councille will be in charge of refreshments, and Mrs. E. M. Huffman will be responsible for arranging of transportation. Closing exercises for the pupils will be held the night of June 11. Kennett GirVs Engagement Told Mr. and Mr§. Ray Mayberry of Kennett/ Mo., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mias Rebecca Julia Mayberry, to Calvin R. Wallace Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. Wallace of Knoxville, Tenn. • Miss Mayberry was graduated from Kennett High School and for a year was a student nurse in the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis. Mr. Wallace was graduated from high school at Fountain City, Tenn., He attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and is now a senior at the University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Memphis. The wedding will take place June 13 at the First Baptist Church in Kennett. Wednesday Club Is Entertained Mrs. Charles Rose entertained with a bridge luncheon at her country home at Roseland yesterday for members of the Wednesday Club and one guest, Mrs. E. A. Stacy. ; Luncheon was served at the dining table which held as a centerpiece an arrangement of roses, sweetpeas and baby breath. Other flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. R. H. Kirby received high score prize in the afternoon games and second high went to Mrs. L. E. Old. This marks the last meeting club members plan until next fall. Town-Country Club Meets Mrs. M. N. Nunn Sr., entertained members of the Town and Country Club yesterday afternoon at her home when she also was hostess to two guest players, Mrs. V. G. Holland and Mrs. F. L. Husbands. Roses, pansies and snapdragons were used to decorate the enter- twining rooms of the Nunn home. Mrs. Nunn held high score for the afternoon, with Mrs. G. G. Caudill second high. A dessert course was served. Heavily soiled work clothes will present less of a washing chore if you soak them first for about 10 minutes in hot, soapy water to which a half cup of ammonia has been added. For the formal, picture bride this season, there's the small-waist* ed, wide-skirted dress in white Chantilly lace (left) made over pink acetate taffeta slip. Belled skirt is cut from galoons of lace separated at the sides to show petticoat of gathered nylon tulle. 1954 Designs Offer Beautiful Clothes for Any Type Wedding The informal bride (right) can look pretty as a picture in a short dress of aqua lace with bodice cut slightly off-shoulder. Skirt is a handkerchief square with a deep, shirred-on flounce of nylon net. Aqua taffeta slip widens out skirt. Club Eight Meets In Owens'Home All members of Club Eight were present yesterday when Mrs. S. C. Owens entertained at her home, which was decorated with mixed garden flowers. Refreshments were served during the games in which high score prize was won by Mrs. G. 0. Poetz, second high by Mrs. Paul Jobe and bridgo by Mrs. Jesse M. White. Dell FHAClub Elects Officers Gall Smith will serve as the new president of the Dell F. H. A. Club, having been elected to that office in a business session held last week. Other officers named to serve for 1954-1955 are Linda Loveless, first vice president; Gloria Tweedle, second vice president; Patty Bowers, third vice president; Patsy Buford, secretary; Sandra Bowers, treasurer. Mrs. A. E. Caldwell is club sponsor. Main project of the club during the past year has been the remodeling and partial refurnishing of the cottage, with the 35 members working at' various jobs throughout the year to raise necessary funds. Glut) members sold candy, had a "hobo day" when they did odd jobs for housewives throughout the town, donating their pay to the club project, and served Kiwanis Club luncheons for a month. A new bathroom was added to the cottage and the hall was remodeled, while new furniture purchased included a new sofa and table and new curtains. Members of the F. H. A. combined with F. S. A. members to have an old fashioned square dance just before the close of the school year. BY GAJLE DUGAS NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK—(NEA)—No matter what the dress you pick for your wedding day (formal informal, daytime dress or suit), you'll find de- j signers this year have created beautiful wedding clothes for every type of wedding. You may spend as little or as much as you like, have a big church wedding with everyone you know present or just a small affair attended by a few friends and relatives. If you decide on the big wedding, it follows that your gown will be floor-length and formal. But this year, your gown is most likely "to be white with just a mist of color (as in filmy white over the palest of pinks) and the headdress will look more like a tinj> hat than it has in past seasons. There are many beautiful bouffant nylon tulles and nets, most of them lavish with lace, most of them worn over layers of wide and spreading petticoats. Laces specifically have importance, particularly in designs where there is some draping. Satin is most succesful when it's used as a foundation for lace'or tulle veiling. For the very youthful bride (in her late teens).' there is special attention in the way of gowns at the new mid-calf length. Otherwise, the liked length is the ballerina which is becoming nearly classic for the very young bride. They want skirts that are easily managed as they trip down the aisle. The traditional train, tnerefore, is shrinking to become shorter and fuller, more bouffant. But even though the train doesn't really sweep the floor, it aids in creating the pretty picture every bride wants to present on her wedding day. There is less straplessness this year, less of the veiled, bare shoulder look. The strapless gown has been succeeded by a much more discreet and therefore prettier open neckline. Ther are lots of scoop necklines,, or individual cuts for open necklines. Empire lines are important to youthful bridal - gown, coming through best when they're done in supple tissue silks. At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Elizabeth Rice, city. Mrs. Dale Nicholson, icty. Vernice Brister, Yarbro. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Mrs. Orlis G, McArthur, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Talbert, city. Mrs. Chester Hargett, city. Mrs. Jimmy Jones and baby,, city. Mrs. Audie Campbell, Rt. 3, city. Be prepared to keep your wardrobe crisp during vacation by packing traveling hangers and iron. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»*••••••••••••• Tuesday Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Gean Atkinson was a guest Tuesday when ,Mrs. Max B. Eeid entertained with a dessert bridge at her home for members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Roses and mixed garden flowers Couples Who Chooce Their UMBIA TRU-FIT y«w ring NOW - TAKE y«nr MIAMI VACATION M*r 1st to December loth. 1»M HERE iittwiitttMt diamond mot in ow Wrtwyl Up to I day* in aiwtnk, onuhfroot hotel, including bfwkfarti tad dimim, * fttr <zpMM.' Com ta TODAY ud fit Idtfcibrftkfeoftrl This k Not ,A Contest All Yoi Have To Do Is Bay The Ring Priced From $200 THOMPSON JEWELERS 114 W. Main St. Jewelry is going places this season. It will be seen in the usual places, of course: on the neck, ears and wrists. But it will also take its place at the waist and hip and at the bottom of the low V-shaped backs that distinguish some of the new dresses. decorated the entertaining rooms, and prizes in bridge games played were won by Mrs. Jesse Taylor for high score, and Mrs. C. M. Smart for second high. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blythevillt Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Mtto I lie Screen ••••••••••>•»••<•<••»••••• THURS., & FRI. Double Feature ptMtftd by Rly KfefPW -AND— JUN IN THE HAREM! y PLUS CARTOON OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! •••*•••••••••*•*••••••••••••••••••••*••*••••••••• THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing in Blytheville f ~IT 7 HITS YOU RIGHT IN THE TEETH I EDWARD SMALL presents JOHN w*h BRAD FRANK PEGGIE DEXTER -FAYLEN- CASTLE OincM by PHIL KARLSON • So*.** * ROBERT SMITH SliKy t* GEORGE ZUCKERMAN Retort ihn UNITED ARTISTS PLUS TWO CARTOONS: BLUEBIRDS BABY" & "BEEP BEEP ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Here Are Honeymoon Style Tips- For special evening glamor, the bride can mount glittering rhinestones of varying shapes and sizes on bobby .pins. The buttons will stay mounter if they're anchored securely to the pin with a drop of household cement. > For the very young bride Who wants sometimes to wear her hair in a pony tail on the honeymoon, here's a tip: make a pony tail comb clip gay with tiny fruit buttons. Remove the button shanks and glue tehm around a circle clip. The bride who wants to tame her Italian hairdo and look sleek on her honeymoon can use one of the new halo bands. These bands become individual if they're encircled with gay flowers or fruit buttons. To mount buttons, remove shanks and use household cement. * • * To give a summer straw a new life, make a hatband of ribbon and dot it with buttons. The bride who wants to make a headband of wide velvet or grosgrain ribbon can do it by sewing on buttons in a zigzag pattern for trim. This summer's brides can make their own dangly earrings of chalky white ball buttons. Just buy a loop earring bat? and glue white buttons or jet buttons (or both) to them. Which one has that MONTHLY LOOK? EYES SHOW CRAMPS, "NERVES", MISERY You, too, may' not be able to hide that tired, nervous, jittery look each month no matter how much "make-up" you use. 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