The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 10, 1960 · Page 14
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Doltca Democrat-Times H Sunday, July 10, '60 More than 600 women will bo slaying key roles in the 1960 'democratic National Convention to open In Los Angeles on July 11, Mrs. Katie Louchhcim, Washington, D. C, Vice Chairman of the Designing Woman By ELIZABETH HILLYER BLOCK OUT A NEW FLOOR IN BEAUTIFUL WOOD Smart home planners found out a long time ago that beautiful parquet wood floors aren't as unattainable as their proud good looks suggest. Not when blocks of handsome woods come ready to fit together so easily to create the patterned floor -- blocks that makes them candidates for the leering of rooms they never went nto before. And the blocks aren' ust the plain ones. Many of them are patterned as the top sketchK docks show. Oak, walnut, cherry and teak in light, medium ant dark finishes provide great var ety, and some blocks trim one' wood in one finish with another in a contrasting shade. (Prefinish-l are already completely finished ed hardwood block flooring by so the job is done as soon as the floor is laid. Now there's a new angle on the practicality of such floors. Some of the ready-to !ay blocks come with a new extra-hard, extra- long wearing finish that's remarkably resistant to all kinds ol spills, even to fruit acids, alcohol ink and grease, which certainly Personally Speaking Swimming Party Honors Visitor Major and Mrs. L. A. Chaffin were hosts recently at a swim Over 600 Women To Play Important Parts, Democratic Convention preliminary count shows 353 women delegates and 253 women alternates." She added that not nil state delegation lists have been certified and that more wo- Dcmocratic National Committee, ' announced today. The ladies will be participat- men will be added to the rosier ing* as convention officials, as chairmen, co-chairmen and member of convention committees, as speakers, delegates, alternates »r, Democrat ic mittcewoman of state delegation another as dele- and even as J chairman and gallon vice chairman. In addition nine wives of Democratic members of Congress will introduce a n d perform the Democratic 14 convention session and others will be hostesses in the Air Trans- p o r t Association Delegates Lounge at the Sports Arena and hundreds of California women will be assisting the Los Angeles host committee as guides a n d volunteers, Mrs. Louchheim said. More Women There are more women delegates this year than ever before,' Mrs. Louchheim reported. "Our "We still like the the walls of our in the next few days. Mrs. Margaret Price, Ann Ar- N atonal Corn- Michigan, will serve as Chairman of the Committee on Permanent Organiia- jon; Mrs. Vel Phillips, Milwau- tee, Democratic National Committeewoman of Wisconsin, w i l l serve as co-chairman of the Committee on Rules and Order ol Business. Mrs. Dorothy Vrcdcn- "Whistle Stop" song at the July burgh, Birmingham, Alabama Quarlo! Unlimited The nine Democratic Congrcs- s f onal wives wlto will be inlroduc- ng tho "Whistle Slop" song to the convention call themselves 'Quartet Unlimited". They are: Mrs. Charles Vonik oi Ohio, Urs. Clem Miller of California, ilrs. Al Ullman of Oregon, Mrs. Trank Karstcn of Missouri, Mrs. Jyron Johnson of Colorado, Mrs. idward Roush of Indiana, Mrs. John Dingfl! of Michigan, Mrs. Joe Evins of Tennessee and Mrs. Walter Mo?ller of Ohio, Accompanist. All will wear, blue dresses with him sashes and while [loves for their appearance be:ore tho convention. The Congressional Wives who will be hostessing in the Air Transport Association Delegates Lounge at the Sports Arena will be supervised by Mrs. Byron Johnson of Colorado on July 11, Mrs Charles Vanik of Ohio on July 12, Mra. David King of Utah on July 13 and Mrs. D. S. Saund men officials and wives of -the eynoter, permanent chairman and principal committee chairmen. Saturday, July 9, "How to Gel into Politics" featuring Dcmocrat- c women leaders, women who wld public offico and Dcmocra- lie party office. Sunday, July 10, 'My Husband Is 'a man who. . '" featuring women whoso husbands' names will olaced in nomination for the Presidency and Vice Presidency. Monday, July 11, "I'm Running for Office" featuring Democratic woman candidates seeking election to tlte United States Senate, will be attending her fifth convention as Secretary to the Dem ocralic National Committee anc Convention. Mrs. Edith Green Portland, Congressworaan from Oregon, will be the first woman to chair a state delegation on the Convention floor. Miss Lucia Cormier, Rumford. Maine, candidate for the United States Senate, will be vice chairman of the Maine delegation. of California on July Coltcc With Katie Starting at 9:30 a. m.,' July 8, Mrs. Louchheim will hold a scr- ies of five press conferences for Democratic women leaders, women candidates and wives of candidates. The scries, to be called 'Coffee with Knlie", will be moderated by Mrs. Louchheim. The schedule is as follows: Friday, July 8, "Women of the Convention Scene" featuring wo- House of Representatives and statewide office. Tuesday^ July 12, "I Married a Politician" featuring the wives of Democratic candidates for key Senatorial and Congressional seats and the wives of gover- ors. All of the committees of the 1060 convention wilt have an equa number of men and women mem bers lor the first time in history This is the result of a unanimous decision of the Democratic Na tional Committee at its conven lion planning meeting in Septem her, 1959 Cornslarch and flour do no have equivalent thickening pow er. If you are substituting llou for cornstarch in a sauce, you'! have to add twice the amount Mrs. Wilson Entertains At Tea LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - Mrs. 1. E. Wilson entertained recent- y with en afternoon lea and bower honoring Mrs, Shannon Curlis of Memphis, « recent ride. Mrs. Curtis is the former liss May Sue McGehee of Lake Village. The Wilson home on Lake Shore Drive was Ihc scene ot the par- y and was decorated with ar- angements of dahlias and day ilies in shades of yellow. The tea table in the dining room was overlaid with a white cutwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums, stock and gypsophy- is in a crystal and silver epergne. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Curtis *jx her' mother, Mrs. E. P. McGehee received the guests. Assisting in the dining room were the has less' daughter, Mrs. E. A. La Foe of Metcalfc, Mrs. Fred Babb and Mrs. David Gillison, Servinj punch on the sunporch was th bride's sister, Miss Zillah McGehee, and with her were Miss Dianne Gillison, Miss Melanie Mancil and Miss Drucilla Mart cil. Shower gifts were presentee the honoree by the Misses Man/ CrosKy Home Scene Of Buffet Supper For High School Set Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crosby eo-were used in decoration. H i » tertained Tuesday night honoring eir house guest, Miss Nancy Cury ot Chattanooga, Term., »nd eir eldest son, Thome, « ent graduate of McCatlie Pre- ara'tory School. The party was held at the fam- y residence in Wilzin P a r k . Throughout the reception rooms Mrs. Curtis and her moth- wore gift irnations. corsages of white Currey wore « frock of white linen trimmed in blue satin with blue latin accessories. The buffet table was covered with a p«le green cloth over pink satin. In the center was a crystal and silver epergne holding pale pink glailioli. On either sido were silver candchbra h o 1 d i n g .jink rrangements of summer flowers t«pcrs. Mrs- Crosby was assisted in.serving by Mrs . Edgar John- Games and dancing were enjoyed after supper. L o v e l y f o r s u m m e r ! Something wonderfully exciting happens when you come in for a new coiffure, fashionably styled for you at modest cost. Fhotie now! Wood-Mosaic.) Mrs. C. S. grassctath on living room better than any other wall covering we could buy, but we didn't notice soon enough that it was fading in several spots where the sun hits it. I don't suppose that the old color could be renewed, but I think I'd like to change the color scheme anyway. What about painting it?" Apply a light coating of sealer to the grass cloth and it can be painted. Experiment with leftover pieces to sec if you want one shade of paint to cover solidly, or if you might prefer a special el- given at the Greenville Air Force Base in honor of Miss Ann Marie Chaffin and her visitor, Miss Charlene Gassert of Tulsa, Okla. The guest list included about 50 of the younger social set. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Hammett and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hammelt of Shaw, left on a two week vacation to be spent on Lake Oko Boji in Iowa. They will also visit relatives in Terril. Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Edward B. Kitchens Jr. and two sons, Rodney and Bill of Honolulu are guests of Mrs. Clota B. Kitchens. After a visit here they will go to Lake Providence, La., to visil Mrs. Kitchens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamley. Mrs. Lucia Webb and Miss Carol Nichols of Mobile, Ala., were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. J. E. McCarty, Arcola Also visiting at the same lime were Miss Sandra McCarty, Jack son and Miss Marilyn Kay Webl in Greenville. For All Occasion Idle Hour Floral Co. MO t Moln ED 3-7114 ming party and poolside supper ect vou mn 8 cl °" gTMsscloth. This is done by applying one shade of paint all over, then a second, slightly deeper shade ol He same color or even a contrast- ng color to hit the high levels of he grasses, leaving a little o he first shade still showing be ow. This effect is subtle and landsome. Miss J. S. "I am thirteen years old and like a red mid while bed-j room. Please help me to choosel the right wallpaper. My furniture! white and I have new while' curtains with red trimming and a red rug. My bedspread is red." | Do you collect dolls and miniatures and animals? If you. do, you want to show them off, and these objects help greatly to decorate Lhe room. Especially if they are on a number of shelves, the wall paper shouldn't be too patterned.' Choose a light cross bar of red on white or a tiny red pattern that shows plenty of the while background. 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