PAGE Faun BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COtffciER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 26,1954 Society News , n<-.T.tt C/irtidfi? ITlHitnr f MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casey Conley are shown following their marriage at the Dell Baptist Church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Conley is the former Miss Pearla Fay Key, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Key. Miss Pearla Fay Key Becomes Bride of Robert G Conley In a ceremony performed yesterday at the Dell Baptist Church, Miss Pearla Fay Key, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover'Key of Dell, became the bride of Robert Casey Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Conley of Blytheville. were served was overlaid with a white satin cloth and centered with an arrangement; of tube roses. Those assisting at the reception were Mrs. R. A. Carter and Mrs. W. M. Norton. The Rex r . H. Grady Wilks pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony. Baskets of white gladioli, fern trees and white tapers in branched candelabra formed the background where the wedding party stood. Mrs. Charles Kennett and Miss Bonnie Sheppard,. soloist provided music for the wedding. Mrs. Kennett's selections included "When Day Is Done," "Indian Love Call," "Bells of St. Mary's" and the traditional wedding marches. Miss Sheppard's selection was "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Kermett's dress was of white lace and Miss Sheppard wore a white organdy. They were presented with white carnation corsages. Mrs. E. C. Halderfield served as matron of, honor and was gowned in a white nylon organdy and carried a nosegay of white mums. Bridesmaids were Misss Carol Ann Ladner, Peggy Blair, Shirley Peterson and Jo Ann Tate. Their * gowns and flowers were identical to that of the matron of honor. Uncle Gives Bride The. bride who was given in marriage by her uncle, Bill Key of Osceola, was gowned in a white embroidered organdy with a bouffant skirt. The bodice buttoned to the j League has meeting. waist in self-covered buttons, and j Wednesday had a rounded neckline with long j Mrs. Sam Owens is entertaining pointed sleeves. She carried a white j members of Club Eight. Bible topped with a purple orchid. Lonnie Akers served as best man and ushers were Braxton Gill, i r , Charles Henson, Hershel Austin home of*'3 and Noble Gill, Jr. Mrs. Key wore a brown and white nylon dress with brown accessories and pinned a pink carnation corsage at her shoulder. Miss Shippen, Graham Partlow Complimented Miss Delia Shippen and Graham Partlow, Jr., were guests of honor Saturday night when Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., entertained with a barbecue supper for members of the wedding party. The table from which the guests were served was overlaid with a red and white checked cloth and centered with an arrangement of summer flowers. Other flowers were used about the patio where the guests were seated. Miss Shippen was presented with a pink carnation corsage and was dressed in a black figured skirt and black blouse. She wore straw accessories. The couple was presented with a chest of silver and several novelty gifts from the hosts. Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Shippen, parents of the couple, were present. Following the supper the guests went to the Country Club and spent the remainder of the evening dancing. Qut-oi-town guests were from Osceola, Dumas and Rondo. Bits of News Breakfast Compliments Miss Buckley Miss Winnibeth Buckley was Out-of-town guests were Mr. and j complimented with a breakfast " ~ ~ j yesterday morning at Hotel Noble. Hostesses ware Mrs. Fred Bean and daughter, Doris. The table wnere the guests were seated was centered with an arrangement of pink gladioli, white snapdragon and white and blue asters. Miss Buckley was dressed in an embossed gold cotton with brown polka dots. She \vore white accessories and was presented a corsage of white asters and pink rosebuds nestled in pink velvet leaves. Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. Dan Blpdgett were guests of the group and they were presented with white aster corsages. Mrs. Conley wore a navy dress with navy and whites accessories and pinned a white carnation corsage at hei shoulder. Reception Given Mr. and Mrs. Conley were hosts at their home for a reception following the wedding. The table from which the guests Mrs. Maynard Stiles, Sr. and Mr. and Airs. Maynard Stiles, Jr. of Memphis and Miss Pat Danehower of Osceola. Coming Events Monday Rainbow .Girls are having banquet at 6:30 p. m., followed by initiation conducted by Grand Officers of the State of Arkansas. Following the initiation a bunking party will be held. Katie Hatton YWA meets at the First Baptist Church at 7 p. m. Tuesday The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets With Mrs. McGuire at 8 p. m. Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity urch meets with Mrs. F. at 7:30 p. m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Thursday Esther Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at the Earl Wilson at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. H. Smart is entertaining the Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Members of the Chillion Club meet with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Miss Pat Friday Partlow with party 'for Miss Delia Shippen. Lad'ies Guest Day at the Country Club at 10:30 a. m., followed by a luncheon. Mar riag The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the office of the county clerk: Robert C. Conley of Blytheville and Pearla Fay Key of Dell. Spirituals Negro spirituals are sacred folk songs created or modified by the Negroes in America. Although many of them have been arranged and interpreted by known composers, their words and music are traditional and their individual authorship is not known . Bob McGinns or Hondo, Ark. and D. O. Porter, III, of Dumas, Ark., were week end guests of Graham Panlow. They came especially for the party complimenting Mrs." Partlow and Miss Delia Ship- pmen, Saturday, night. Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Pryor of Arkadelphia are the guests of their son, Paul Pryor, Mrs. Pryor and daughter, Melba. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and grandson, Danny O' Bannon and J. D. Via were in Dyers'ourg, Term., yesterday for a family reunion. Dr and Mrs. Jack Webb have returned from a two-week vacation spent in Gulf Hills, Miss., and Point Clear, Ala. Lt. Col Dan McLean and family, who have been the guesis of Mrs. D. C. McLean, left today for Warner Robins, Ga., wiiere he will be attached to 14th Air Force Headquarters. Mrs. Paul Jones and daughter, Stella Ann, will arrive tomrrow to spend several days with Mrs. Jones mother, Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mrs. Archie Lovelace has returned home after undergoing minor surgery at the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital in Memphis, Her condition is improved. Carl Ganske anc mother, Mrs. O. C. Ganske, are spending 10 days in Wichita, Kans., visiting Mrs. Ganske's sister, Mrs. John B. Pan- sil and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tapp and dau- ht-er, Dixie Jane, left for Nashville, Term, yesterday where Dixie Jane will enter Vanderbilt Hospital. Lorretta Mallory is spending several days in Bisco, Mo., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sikes of Humboldt Term., and Mrs. J. Frank Wilkes and daughter, Anita, were the guests of Mrs. J. F. Smith yesterday. Mrs. Herman Tinker is a patient in the Walls Hospital, where, she will undergo an operation on her knee which was injured in an automobile accident last month. SMALL JACKETS — Cottons cut with thought of hot summer that could provide frame for chalky white beads. Princess design days ahead have interest centered in air necklines and spreading skirts. These junior fashions (above) are budget-priced, are in lightweight cottons for the depth of summer. One-piece print halter dress (left) has matching, fitted jacket that's studded with rhinestones. Corded madras in gray (center) has wide neckline (right) has deep V neckline front and back with back interest provided by fill-in of white pique flowers. All designs are by Helen Whiting, and all are in both vivid and pastel colors. (By NEA. Woman's Editor) Traditional Bridal Veil Can Be Easily Made by Bride Bv OTHY ROE At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James McDowell, city Thelma Johnston, city Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, city Jerry Stallings, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Burton Scott, city Mrs. Taul Burks and baby, city Miss Amy Clare Bagwell, city Mrs. Margaret Lature, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ernest Boyd, Kirkwood, Mo. M. D. Pennington, Armorel Mrs. Rose Long, city Mrs. Dolly Stewart, Manila Mrs. Ernest Middleton, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Betty Byasse, Stesle Mrs. Ernest Phillips and baby, Rt. 2. city George Franklin ,Hermondale Mrs. Pauline LaFarette and baby, Rt. 3, city Herbert Alexander. Manila Mrs. R. C. Riggs, Jr., and baby, Rt. 4, city Linda Joe Talkington, Steele Mrs. Charier; Tankersley, Steele Jesse Bolton, Steele See the Display of Roya! Douiton Ciiina Bone China for Your Best! Fine China at Very Reasonable Prices for Everyday Use Suitable Gifts For All Occasions Lovely New Stationery Just Arrived! Associated Press Women's Editor It's a sentimental gesture, as well as a thrifty one, for a bride to make her own wedding veil. Lc -al sewing center experts have worked out directions for two veils that are lovely to look at and easy to sew. A charming sho t veil, suitable for a home or garden wedding, is made from a square of lace and requires little stitching or fitting. Materials required are: 1 square yard of lace; 4y 2 yards of lace banding about 5 inches wide, 1 bicycle clip about Va in ch wide, ?4 yard of white satin ribbon about % inch wide and 8 orange blossoms. Dacron thread is suggested for stitching the lace. To make the veil, first cut lace banding along heavy scalloped edge. If the lace to be used for the body of the ,veil is more than a yard wide, trim it to a 36-inch square. Pin lace edging all around the square, mitering the corners and making sure the miter does not fall in the middle of a scallop. Use a half-inch seam allowance. Baste banding in place, and use the zigzag attachment on your sewing machine to stitch. If you back the lace with tissue paper, your sewing job will be easier. Remove bastings and tissue paper and tie threads with dressmaker knots. Cut away seam allowance. Clip mitered seams to a v 4 -inch j and press open. You now have a finished square of lace. Cover he bicycle clip with \vhite satin ribbon, wrapping it j around and securing with tiny i stitches. Find the middle of the j clip and pin to the middle one j corner of the 'lace square, at the i seam, leaving the mitered point of j edging to fall over the forehead. | Pleat iVa inches on either side of the slip in ^s-inch pleats and secure by tad ~"ng orange blossoms to each side. A dramatic long veil may bej made of nylon tulle with rows ofj lace stitched at intervals the entire length of the veil, giving a sunburst effect when the veil is worn. Required materials are: 31 yards of nylon tulle 57 inches! per, zigzag stitch along both sides of each lace band. Tie threads, remove bastings and tissue. Gather one end of veil to measurement of back of headpiece. Now cover buckram frame with satin or with the fabric of the gown. Pleat remaining lace banding down the middle using the ruf- fler attachment of your sewing machine, making 12 to 15 stitches to the inch and a pleat about every 12 stitches. Stitch with the ruffler down the exact center of the bftnd- ing. Now fold banding along the cente-- row of stitching so that it makes. a double row and tack. to back of headpiece about a J /4-inch from the edge. Take another folded row above this. Tack gathered end of veil to back of headpiece, under- ruffler. Finish the veil, if you like, with a lace band stitched along the bottom. Finally, slip- stitch grosgrain ribbon around inside edge of headpiece — and you're all ready 'for the wedding march. the birdal veils pictured is manufactured by David E. Schwab Co., 417 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Date with Teeth LOS ANGELES (£>)—Richard and Bob Ohanesian are seniors at the school of dentistry at University of Southern California. They ars twins. The other day they had three patients . Rebecca, Rosalba and Rachel Randolf. They are triplets. EDITORS: If it is your policy to give full fabric information as a wide. 20 yards of 2-inch lac;; band-j service to your readers, you may ing. 1 small buckram frame for wish to add that the lace used in headpiece, : 4 yard of satin or fabric to match the gown, and 3 -4 yard ^ 0- grosgrain ribbon %-inch wide, j The entire three-yard length ofj tulle is used for the veil. Lay the tulle on a sheet spread on the floor and trim ends so they are precisely straight. First pin and then baste a lace banding along the long edges, then measure nine inches apart for placement of the' four other strips of lace. Again backing the tulle with tissue pa- OPENS 6:45 EACH NStiriT SHOW STARTS AT AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount- News & Selected Shorts TUESDAY ONLY Sensual! PLUS SELECTED SHORTS 2 SHOWS EVERY NIY£! 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