The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 3
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**A Lovelier You** By Mary Sue Miller SHAW - Mrs. C Drcsenled her piano pupils in the annual recital at Ihe Shaw school on 1-rklay night. The stage was decorated dents; with lall white floor baskets of magnolia blossoms and foliage Students who participated and Ihcir selections were; "Home On the Range" by an ensemble of third and fourth P. Parker iWaltz," nnd organ Farmer In Ihe Dell," Gayle Riley; "five Hundred Miles." two pianos by fifth grade stu- grade students; "Goodbye, 0! Painl." Susan Thorn; "The M u f f i n Man," Nancy Short; "Johnny Jumped Th~ Ocean," "BATTLE Hymn of the Republic," Debbie Henley;; "Visi to Argentina." Barbara Winters; "Sunset in the Hills." Gene Vause; "Dixie," Ralph At Shaw School Prissic Turner; "Jacob's Lad- .Henley; "Indian Love Call." der," ensemble of sixth ami {Cheryl Muzzi; seventh grade students; "Drin^ ..,, rankic M[| J o h n n y i " A n n Short; "Deep Purple," Patty Turner: "Love is n Many- Splertdorcd Thing," organ Weaver; "Texas Cowboy Song,",Mary Catherine Aguzzi; "Mich- itjl.irnh Aycock; "Liebestraum," iael." Iwo pianos by ninth grade! Tommy Tapley; "Tom Dooley," students; ;"Stars and Stripes to me Only With Thine lives." |Sherry Mullen; "Southern Acrcnt," Kathy Richardson; "The Marines' Hymn," Dianne Garrison; "Spooky Hollow," Julian Riley; Iwo pianos by eighth grade slu- denls; Louise Bailey; "St. Louis Blues," Gradi Simpson; "By Ihe Light of Ihe Silvery Moon," Korever." Patsv "The Sit Down Sister." Mary Cruel Was," Carol Jordan; "(Japriccio Italicn," Theresa Mei; "Over the Rainbow," or- Shaw Church Ceremony Held SHAW -- The ceremony of in Ihe church, reciting the Rosa the Crowning of the. Blessed Vir-.ry as Ihey walked. Mrs. Steve gin Mar) 1 took place on Sunday D. Quarlararo played the organ afternoon al the parish hall o f j a r x l sang with the choir, Mrs. St. Krancis of Assisi Cmholic jjulius Gainspoletti, Mrs. Gar- Church. Miss Gloria Jean Ros-'laml Mills ami Miss Josie 01- selti was llie May Queen, and mi crowned the statue of Ihe Vir-j Ue proccssio ., Aen move d (o E in Mary. Crown bearers wcrc' lho |awn of lhn hal| where t h ,, Debra Clark and Judy Gamspo-j CI . owning corcmony took place . l el1 '- iThe sermon was presented by About 130 children participat- F a t h c r Lambcrt of St . Ber- «t in llie ceremony. They form-' ^ Abbey o[ Cu | lmani A i a . ed a procession that marched ,, . I-o lowing Ihe service rr. ° Delta Democrat-Times Thursday, May 27, '65 3 gan David Cuicehi; "Rome « i. · u i, n t ii, i, -o owi from the parish hall to Ihe altar _ _ !_ ___ _______ freshtncnl ts were served Ihe GIFT TOT SHOP parish hall by members of the Calholic Youth Organization. A lovely writes: I adore using perfume, but 1 cannot seem to find one that remains true on my skin. The character of a scent in the bottle changes, once it is applied. Why should this he? The Answer: F-vcry fragrance is affected by the individual chemistry of a woman's skin. For that reason, a scent that does something wonderful for CHIC woman may fail another. It follows that the true aroma of a perfume cannot be judged by a sniff from the bottle. As an aid to selection, most perfum ers supply their salespeople with bottles for testing purposes. Thus you can try before you buy. And should! Over the years, experts have found the inside of the wrist am the crook of the elbow to be trustworthy testing grounds. But a mere droplet on the wris It is then, and not until then, hat you learn hrnv well you and a perfume are attuned. How charmed the life you will lead ;ogctlier! Never Leave You." Carol Carolyn Strawh ridge; organ by Mary Alice Malalesla; Concerto/'lMoon." organ Susie Mclolt. N I C H O L A S S U P E R E T T E 500 W. STARLING ami a quick sniff will not give you the full riclion of an es- i sence on your skin. I You must give Ihe test more '' time. For there are several cy- p clcs in the life of an application! of fragrance. The first impact, known as Ihe topnote, is perceived at once. As the perfume dries, you sense (he overall harmony -the subtle overtones and under- tonss. After that, the final note! emerges ami conveys the full proma in relation to your skin chemistry. Farewell Pearly At Neal Home Fetes Mrs. Clark Mrs. Frank Emerson Clark Jr., was entertained by her neighbors wilh a barbecue luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Gene Neal in Colonial Heights. Mrs. Clark, Deidre and Frank III will be joining Mr. Clark in Dallas, Tex., where he has accepted the position of executive vice president of Independent American Life Insurance Company of Dallas. Others attending were Mrs. C. H. Dreher, Mrs. Francis Sheppard and Mrs. F. A. Sharp. Trie honoree was presented with a going-away gift and in turn, surprised the hostesses with a rememberance. Painless Reducing To lose up to ten pounds, without a struggle, send for my leaflet, "PAINLESS REDUCING." No rigid dieting, no heavy exercising, no discomfort! All advice is sane, safe, easy-lo-take and cffeclive. Address your request to Mary Sue Miller in care of this newspaper, enclos- i n p , . a LARGE, SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED ENVELOPE and five cents in coin! WHEEL ^FORTUNE THURSDAY FRI. SAT $ 250 To Graduate Miss Martha Myers Nichols, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl G. Nichols, 301 N. Deer Creek Dr., Leland, is among some 700 candidates for Associate of Arts degrees at Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. Dr. Seymour A. Smith, president, will present the de- gress in commencement exercises Monday morning. SWIFT JEWEL SHORTENING C 3-Lb, Can All Sizes! AH the Newest Colours! Nothing Changed But the Price! 59 THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27-28-29 USDA GOOD BEEF SALE ROUND-RIB SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE 75° LB CAPITOL H A M S 49' Ready To Eaf Half Or Lh Whole FRESH FRYERS 4 f $ 1 09 Free Door Prizes MAGNAVOX TELEVISION ADJUSTABLE HAIR DRYER 1NSTAMATIC KODAK BAR-B-Q GRILL KITCHEN SET Bryan Prairie Beit WIENERS Pkgs. Prairie Belt Prairie Belt a « f \ + Pure Lard 4 -· 59 C Carnation MILK 1 Tall $100 Cans · M l n*f J --"···-·SJMC-rj WINGS Lb. COCACOLAS29 Brer Rabbit SYRUP Half Gallon GRADE "A" EGGS $100 m I*. CAREY SALT i5' KRAFT'S CARAMELS JUMBO Box A £ MOON PIES 3V GODCHAUX Kraft's BAR-B-Q SAUCE «* 25' Sally FLOUR 10 - 89 SOFT-TONE TISSUE Jim Dandy MEAL Bama JELLIES FOLGER'S PILLSBURY CAKE MIXES Borden Stock-up-... famous archer stockings are on sale now for a limited time only. Yes, there's a Costume Colour Cue in every pair of archer stockings. MAY 28TH THROUGH JUNE 5TH ICE MILK Half Gal. 10 E 59 C O F F E E LB, CAN AQUA NET HAIR Reg. 1.09 Can 59 SCORE SPRAY DEODORANT Reg. $1.10 Can' Head Shoulders 69 C 156 MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING Qt. 49 'H PEACHES l£f SHOWBOAT ' J PORK BEANS 100Z CAN SUGARY SAM RED POTATOES 8 Lb. Bag 49 VINE RIPE T O M A T O E S Lb. j- ^^ |Q I M C BANANAS- 10' IfH » V J U / \ K * SA.M , 4 SWEET POTATOES for rtjv CAMPBELL BEANS GROUND BEEF DEL MONTE )2i/ 2 SIZE 303 CAN % SPINACH 2'/ 2 SIZE WE GIVE SH GREEN STAMPS 500 W. STARLING GREENVILLE'S HOST EXCITING LITTLE FOOD STORE With SUPER MARKET LOW PRICES. PRICES GOOD MAY 27 THRU JUNE 2

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