Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on October 7, 1951 · Page 52
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i Sec. D Sunday. Oct. 7, 1951 DETROIT FREE PRESS Round of Parties Hits Birmingham BIRMINGHAM Dinner parties, brunches and football parties are popular in this '"suburb this week. ,:j;Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dewey REGULAR SEMI-ANNUAL l(nri!i MIKE OCTOBER 6, 7, 8, 9 II A.M. to II P.M. DAILY MASONIC TEMPLE 53 EXHIBITORS Frtm tin 6nat Likes Statts A $250,000 EXHIBITION V .J-"" ADMISION We (dI tax) C7 entertained at a dinner in their home Friday evening. On the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. John Fauver, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmett, Mr. and Mrs. John Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fife, Mr. and Mrs. Donnell R. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. John Adamson. Brunch Today MB. AND MRS. Robert Harris are entertaining at a brunch in their home today. v;. a., narmon was hostess at a luncheon Thursday. After luncheon the women ad journed to the Piety Hill Antique snow. Mrs. John Parrott was hostess at a dessert bridge Tuesday aiiernoon. Pi Zwaan Photo MRS. KEYES Nuptials Read WTf- 1 w . airs, wauace ivers Honored t-v "i Jii. ' m Dearborn dmuuiij. aii me group were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Morlarty and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheehan. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Strouse will entertain at another football party on Oct. 13. Those attend ing will breakfast at Oakland Hills Country Club, attend the game, and then return to the club for dinner and dancing. HOME FROM ENGLAND Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Maxwell have returned to their home In Windsor after a several weeks' stay in London, England. They flew over and returned on the S.S. Mauretania. M1LM iSj casual A swagger-styled eye- Immediate catcher of 100 wool .. . V r.Wt" with-waist hugging belt, " hJond Floor coachman cuffs, 1 crisp detailing. Sandlewood t . A beige, grey, black kJ and luggage. 4 Cashmere Coats, navy or blue. . . .$295 MILGRIM IN THE FISHER BUILDING gL ! I U I J on. Saturday The marriage of Coralie Joan Wise and Richard George Keyes was solemnized at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning in Dearborn's Sacred Heart Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William H. Wise, of Lozier Ave., and the late Mrs. Wise. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Keves. of Dearborn. For her wedding and the reception at Dearborn Inn which followed, the bride wore a gown of satin and nylon tulle. An orange blossom cap secured her Illusion veil, and she carried an arrangement of orchids and stephanotis. Gold chrysanthemums com plemented the starlight blue tulle frocks of her attendants. Barbara Keyes, the maid of honor, and Alice Thompson. Edward Reilly assisted the bridegroom as best man, and Ray Reckinger seated the guests. 'lhe newiyweds are spending their two-weeks' honeymoon in Florida. They will live in Dear born when they return. Soda Fountain Vocabulary is Pretty Cool BY ROBERTA MACKEY If you're still going around thinking that things are "George," you might as well face facts. You're falling pretty far behind the times. Things just aren't George any more. They're cool. And if they were "real George" before, they're "pretty cool" now. "Extra cool" means it's reached the superlative stage. A whole new vocabulary has sprang up in soda fountain conversation, accord-ing to our sleuths. Last year's favorite expressions are as dated as bebop. Just to bring you up to date, let's get on with the "cool situation. A thing can even be extra Shafty brings in an esthetic, artistic element. - Fine Distinctions SAY YOU'VE latched onto the family car for the eve ning. If it is reasonably new and well polished it's probably pretty cool. But if you've just acquired a fire-engine red convertible, it's more than likely ' to be absolutely shafty. By this time, of course, you've filed "square" away with "hep," "corny" and "neat." If the person in question (formerly known as a square) is really impossible, he's prob ably a "nerd." Maybe he has his good moments, though, and if he's not really so bad he's probably just a "scu'rve." Scurve, as you can see, is a less severe form of nerd. If you were "cooking with gas" or "on the beam" before, you're "rambling" now. "Cut the gas" is said to have replaced the inelegant "shut up," but some teen- CELEBRATE SYMPHONY SEASON Instrumentalists to Play at League Luncheon Two young instrumentalists will perform Friday when the opening of the sympony season is celebrated at a Junior League luncheon. John Sweeney, m, young De troit pianist, and 16 -year -old violinist, Charles Treger, a member of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, will both play at the event The Junior League has re served the Grand Ballroom of the Statler Hotel for the event. Among those invited are of ficers of the Symphony Orche stra: .president and Mrs. J. B. Ford, Jr., Vice President and Mrs. John S. Sweenev. Jr.. Vice President and Mrs. Jerome H. Remick, Jr., Secretary Edgar a. Aiies, and Treasurer and Mrs. Charles T. Fisher, Jr. Sponsors to Attend ORIGINAL SPONSORS of the symphony have also been invited. They include Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford, n, Mr. and Mrs. Prentis M. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Benson Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fruehauf, Walter S. McLucas, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Webber, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Renville Wheat, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kanter. Mr. and Mrs. John Stroh, Mr. and Mrs. William . Wool-folk, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ferry. Junior League hostesses for the event are Mrs. William L. Hurley, Mrs. Alexander VV. Blain, m, Mrs. W. Warren Shelden, Mrs. Waldo Greiner, Mrs. James McEvoy, Jr., Mrs. Lewis S. Robinson. Others are Mrs. James McMillan, Mrs. Berrien Eaton, Jr., Mrs. John H. French, Jr., Mrs. Thomas T. Petzold, Mrs. Joseph G. Standart, Jr., and Mrs. Charles B. Warren, Jr. - Huguenot Society to Elect Board A new executive board of the Huguenot Society of Michigan will be elected when-the organization meets Saturday at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial. Mrs. Lloyd DeWitt Smith, state president, will conduct a meeting of the Board of Governors prior to the 1 o'clock luncheon. Following the luncheon, reports of officers and chairmen will be heard, and the election will take place. The Rev. G. Paul Musselman will be guest speaker. Reservations for the luncheon should be made with Mrs. Smith. ,-,.. rrni-ir, ALIZZIO the ligliter-tliaii-nir Suede Ghillie The perfect walking shoe . . . weighing less than six-ounces, yet with all the sturdy 'comfort for city-country miles. It's our famous year-round classic in brown or black suede touched with calf. 16.95 agers claim the way out. sven that is on THE FAVORITE form of address in some sections of town these days is "big man." 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