pilkinton of Artesia 9/6/53 greensville, mississippi

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pilkinton of Artesia
9/6/53
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£ROWN Hi* Drit. OMMcnt-TiMM. Grecnrffle. HI* flroUy, mt 8, the ernl years. sponsor! and rook home wllh her too, Duocin Mullins Mullins in Heading, i'or the past »ev. the home otl admission will be one returned teach visiling A. Y. The Kate Karrar Circle, WMU, i.nel on Monday afternoon, in'the | home of Mrs. J. B. Dunaway, with 19 present. Mrs. Bill Thomason, Jr., was in charge of (he Royai Service program. After the program program refreshments were served. The following iaflies were guests o( the circle. Mrs. Frank Nagoskl, Mrs. D, D. Mullins, Mrs. Mamie Williamson, and Miss Wilma Keith. The Angullla Baptisl Brolher- relurn-'hood mel for their regular meeting afler|Wcdncsday evening. Prior lo (he here Mr. Mrs. Stew- De- Reading. business and program a chicken barbecue was served by Mrs. Fred Green, Jr., Mrs. Bill Thomason, Mrs. W. E. Scott, and Mrs. Tucker White. Mr. Casual Dresses Offer Pretty For Fall Casual fireiKS found In Green, vllle shops offer a pretty outlook for Fall '53. No longer stripped of detail, casuals are softened both in Hue snd texture, accented with gentle, feminine touches. Fluid fabrics, such as jersey and a silky flannel appear in an assortment assortment of lady-like styles with rounded rounded curves, subtle shoulder treatment treatment and long, slim lines. Wools and tweeds are softened too. Flowing genlly over the hips, they narrow down to sheath slim- ICES. Casual dress perennials, such as gabardine and twill art handled 0. 0. Wanker was charge of the program, a film "A ],,'beautifully to produce graceful effects. effects. Joining Ihe line-up are wool visitor in the Savior is Born" was shown. There Mrs. W. B.were about 26 present including ma 1 guests which included Sheriff Mac .McClellan, Deputy Sheriff, Lucian State year. Mrs. Margaret Henry attended a district meeting of Postmasters held at Stoneville last Thursday. Mrs. Pilkinton of Artesia is visiting visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bill Fields aj Greenfield Plantation. Bob Flanagan was a. recent visitor visitor in Woodville wilh a college friend. Stratton and Mayor H. C. Greer. Miss Patsy Burney Is leaving the first of next week for Cleveand, Cleveand, where she will enter Delta College for her freshman oriod UMMto Kind couoil, woovtn wHh nwtallk Knit drtMM iftd kilt look vt doo* ficw itylei that colored banding ihiplng. Sever*! r»cle" fibers a knit-look that takes well to Colon in casuals well-hnrmonlzerl. peirs for the first bold tones ai cherry and hunter green, Tweeds feature a Ing rose with gray, with warm brown, heather tones in gy textures. Orion-wool dressei permanent pleating, draping about lhe a wide range of plaids and solids. washable. Jersey plays leaf oranges, reds all casuals, brown in the news. The skirt story ness, sloping camouflage the hipline, low-lying belts Ing. Main style interest above the wai'st. Instance, are wonderful'. to the collars, there are turtle-necks, V-dipping wide front and necklines and bow from an enormous a tiny shoe-string

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 06 Sep 1953, Sun,
  3. Page 19

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