The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 10, 1960 · Page 15
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 15

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By EARL ARONSON AP Ncwslcalurcs Going away for vacation? Planning to be gone a week or two? Tor lira dog and cat there is no alternative to boarding them if you can't take them along or ir- range for friends to care for them. But for your house plants there is an inexpensive plant - sitter. 'This nursery nursemaid is plastic bag, the kind the cleaner uses to protect your shirts, dresses and suits. Water your plants tlwroughly, ben set them inside a plastic bag. iva phosphorous and trace elements. A laboratory reported that tests of roses, chrysanthemums, geraniums, gladiolus, tomato plants and rye grass showed speedy ab orption. On the other hand, feeding hrough high-nutrient sprays is becoming more popular with gardeners as a speedy way to nour- sh plants. At one time it was be- icved that leaves were unable to ject of the twin-rows was to in- absorb water. But certain tissues on the leaf surface permit the ighten the top of the bag and a Is. cave the plants where they us- lally rest. Barring unusually rug- Bed conditions you should find ·our household plants flourishing vhcn you return. Just as some people do, plants ;obb!c tlieir food. A modem plant ood poured on the ground around five-foot rose bush has been nown to penetrate to the eaves within 30 seconds. top How was this determined? Geiger counters and radioautograph photographic equipment was user a lest to track a plant food mixed with neutralized radioac- rliko blanket Ih4it provides s e e d germination arfd protection from erosion. If you wont' lo raise a lo! of mnatoek herd is a helpful hint : rom exWrts. You can increase the yieUn considerably by setting the plant's closer and in double rows. I n \ a n experiment, plants were spacicd K, 27 and 30 inches apart in icwsj spaced 4, 5 and 6 feet aparf. hn lire twin rows, plants wcri? set in pairs of rows 18 inches impart with 4, 5 and G [ect between the twin-rows. In Ihe acre te.»t, production with twin row rxxisted the yield. The experiments said the ob- eaves lo absorb soluble niateri- Do you have a bit of land that s difficult to seed with grass because of erosion or embankments? A paper company has developed a new "landscape in a spray" that is expected to help lighway landscape engineers especially. The product consists of a specially-prepared woodpulp mixed with water, grass seed, fertilizer and other additives. The solution is sprayed over the ground in a special application. The pulp sticks to the ground and dries quickly to form a papier-mache- crease the number of plants yet leave suffic lent aisle-space for picking. In a dry season, t h e twin-row pa ttcrn proved effective and brought larger returns. Local Club Receives Its Charter The Delta Toastmistrcss Club received its charter from the International Toastmistress Club at a dinner meeting held on Tuesday at Brown's Delish Shoppe. Mrs. Norma William! presided over the meeting which was opened with grace given by Mrs, John Sapcn. Mrs. Dorathea Wicgand, topic- mistress for the evening, portrayed a roving reporter and interviewed Mrs, Frank Shawblosky. Mrs. Eslelle Turley and Mrs. John Zumwalt. The guest speaker, Mrs. T. A. llolcombe Jr., was introduced by tiie Toastmistress, Mrs. G. Rice ant." Mrs. Williams then called for remarks from the honored guests, George M u l l i n s s p o k e o n what Toastmaster training had meant to him, cmi)hasizing con-' trol am' self confidence. Captain Roy A. Cuny, representing the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Miss Shirley Turner And B. E. Lyons welcomed the club into the com' T A ft 11 1\ A ^ ~ T A · munity. A former ToaslmasterJ VV 111 IVlQITy In AllQUSt he also siioko hrinfW ,,,, wK.il * ^ » ^° l t)oltcn Pcmocrnt-Tlmci Sunday, July 10, '60 15 he also spoke briefly on wha Toastmistress training can do. Charier Presented The charter was presented to preaching marriage of t h e i r T . . . . mv » v u o n i k l 3 1 1 V f * 3 , l l l l A. VJ. I\LvX In wet seasons the luxuriant vine W i| s on. Mrs. Hotcombo usedi growth resulted ,n reduced yields pic[orial disp|ays ,,, musllate ways to be valuable to your organization and community. In concluding her speech, Mrs. Holed "To serve your God, at the closest, spacing. Do you have ai fine apricol tree growing in your backyard? Thcj vour | oml oncs , am , lcUm ,[ New York State Exnorimrnr Sr:iJ ...... ,. t New York Slate Experiment Station at Geneva would like to know about it. Tlie station isn't interested in pcdignted trees from a nursery. It has plenty of those. What it is interest}:*! in is a tree grown from a pit. planted intentionally or accidentally. The staticqi is trying to develop man, one can make time for those things which are Mrs. G. Rice Wilson, past president, by Mrs. R. E. Rodgers, founder and club representative of the Lc Fleur Toastmistrcss Club of Jackson. Mrs. Rodgers gave Ihe organizational structure of Ihe Inlernalionnt Toastmistress Club and welcomed the Delia Toaslmistress Club inlo the organization. Acting as hostesses were Mrs. Robert Etheridge and Mrs. Richard Ilolem. Members and guests attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ethridge, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Highlower, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hol- hardier apricot trees with large fruit of good quality and regular bearing habits. Dr. Robert C. Lamb, station no- mologist, would thank you for a sample of the ripe fruit. ·|i?m, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pea- import- cock, Mrs. Bcttic Prewetl, and Mrs. John Sapen, Mr. SHAW -- Mr. and Mrs. James orary society. M. Turner of Morristown, Tenn., announce the engagement and op- daughter, Shirley .lane, to Ihe Rev. Bobby Elton Lyons of Shaw. Mr. Lyons parents are Mr. and) Mrs. Gaithcr Daniel Lyons ol Shaw. The bride-elect is a graduate of Morrislown High school, and of Lee Junior College. Cleveland, Tenn. The groom-elect is a graduate of Shaw Hi[,h School, and of Lee J u n i o r College. At Lee College both were members of Phi Thet.i Kappa, scholastic hon- Mr. Lyons is now attending Mississippi College, Clinton, and . will receive his degree in socioto- ' By next year. Miss Turner is employe:! by American Enka Cori 00 TM 1 'TM at Morrislowti. The we.l- ding will take place at Morris- ' town on August J3. Cuny, Mrs. T. A. Holcombc. Jr., Mrs. R. E. Rodgers. Mrs. Josie Knox Grimes, Mrs. Albert Mrs. Frank Shawblnsky, Mrs. Es-' Idle Turley, Mrs. Dorathca Wic-' gand, Mrs. Norma Williams, Mr. ami Mrs. G. Rice Wilson, Mrs. John Zumwalt, Mr. and Mrs. [George Mullins. Captain Roy A. St. , Mrs. Mickey Adam.': and Mr '|Miss Mary Louiss Holcombo n d DOCTOR ' Dorothy Bran! \ Chiropractor ? Telephone ED 2-8835 ·'' = Lcyscr Rldg. \, H no answer dial ED 4-MJI :"· A CALL TO COTTON -- A pink dacron and cotton shirtdress in a revolutionary new size for juniors 5'1" and under, the Junior-Min- utives. The dress features a full pleated skirt and comes in gold, lilac and beige, sizes 3-13. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mrs. Jerrold Groner and children, Judy and Jonathan, Highland Park, III., will arrira Monday for a ten day stay with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Solomon. CORRECTION This littlo Cherub fountain was incorrectly priced in LfNA'S advertisement in the Dttnocrat- Times. This attractive piece of statuary is only SI 10.00 and the base is MO.OO. .--. Adv. Service Guild Entertained In Home EUDORA, Ark. -- The Wesleyan Service Guild of Scott Memorial Methodist Church met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Clyde Derrick, Sr. Mrs. Jack Kellcy presided and was also in charge of the program entitled, 'Walking in the Light." Mri. C. C. McDuffie offered the opening prayer and Mrs. Kcliey concluded the program with prayer. Miss Polly Mayhew was in charge of a devotional period. Others attending were Mrs. W. T. Bone, Mrs. Cleve Horton, Mrs. Cleveland Harrell, Mrs. W. A. Embree, Mrs. Mary G. Thach, Mri. R. A. Lingo and a visitor, Mr«. Maude Haskew. The hostess served refreshments at the clc^e of the meeting. Speaking Personally Mr. and Mrs. Michael Koury and Miss Edna Mansour are leaving Tuesday by Eastern Air Lines for a two-weeks' vacation in Mexico City. While there they will visit Acapulco and Morelio. New, easy way to key your lipstickiand.nailipolish shades to your complexion and.your'cqstutjne! 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