The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 5
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 5

Greenville, Mississippi
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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Miss Linda demons Feted At Shower In Scott Center A country kitchen theme was featured in (he decorations last Thursday for a kiichen shower honoring Miss Linda Frances demons, bride-elect ot Calvin Horace Gray of Scott. Co-hostesses for the event, held at the Scott Community Center, were Mrs. Jack Hendricks, Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. a red and while the refreshment Austin Hester and Mrs. Tom Moore. Carrying oul color scheme, and gilt tables were covered \vith chucked cloths. On each table was an arrangement of red coleus and white caladium in a black pot on an iron trivet On the mantel was an arrangement of white ribbon cane in a black coffee pot, flanked by three hurricane lamps. By the licarth was a tall red hollyhock in an old fashioned black cooking not. EACH guest brought a favorite recipe or household hint vritlen on a file card, which were all presented to the bride-elect. Games and contests were layed and prizes were potted plants. The honoree was presented a shoulder bouquet of kitchen gadgets and her mollier, Mrs. J. E. demons, and her fiance's mother Mrs. Minor S. Gray, were presented red and white carnation shoulder bouquets. Approximately 50 attended. STORK NEWS Wuthrich Twins Mr. and Mrs. Alan N. Wulh rich announce the birth of twin daughters, bom May 25 in Warsaw, Ind. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Karls of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wuthrich of Milforcl, fnd. VACATION! SCHOOL! Pilot Officers Are Installed The Greenville Pilot Club icld its installation of new officers Monday in the Sunset Room of the Hotel Green- ille. Miss Betty Jean Henderson, second Lt. Governor of tle district conducted the ceremony. Installed in their new offices were Miss Ruth Crosby, president; Mrs. Lois Scott, first vice president; Miss Kuthcrine Hyde, second vice president; Miss Vorm'la Rcvicrc. corresponding secretary; Miss Billy Claxton recording secretary; ami Mrs. J. P. Simpson, treasurer. Now directors will be Mrs Ixidye Hammett, Mrs. W.R. Harris find Mrs. Edith Phillips About 20 members were prc sent. Mrs. Grace Donvan of jjackson was a guest. Thursday, May 27, i-ilol Officials of the Greenville Pilot Club were installed Monday evening by Miss Betty Jean Henderson, second Lt. Governor of the district. From left, Miss Vernita Reviere, corresponding secre- Club Oiiicers installed tavy; Mrs. W. L. Harris, director, Mrs. Lois L. Scott, first vice president; Miss Kathryn Hyde, second vicu president; and Miss Ruth Crosby, president. (staff photo) 27 sixes in 11 fashion colors -- for graduates -- brides and grooms or grand parents. The ultimate in luggage luxury, from 19.00 Pre-Nuptial Party Series Fete Miss Barbara Davis And Fiance INDIANOLA -- Pre-nuptial festivities drew to a close this week for Miss Barbara Alice Davis, who was married Sunday to James Denlon Goodwin of Tascugoulu. The week of parties began '.with a lingerie shower Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Phillip Fratesi. Mrs. P. L '\Veatherall and Mrs. Fred P. |Davis Jr. were co-hostesses. The bride-elect chose a yellow and orange frock with matching accessories. She wore a gift shrrjlder bouquet of white carnations. The Fratesi home was decorated in pink and white and featured arrangements of roses and greenery. The refreshment table held a centerpiece of pink roses nnd columbine in a silver container flanked by Corner Wash, listen and Hinds I : I ·, About fifteen guests attended, ncluding the honorec's mother, Mrs. Cleland Davis. * * * A COKE party at the Educational Building of the First Bap- tainer. Places were marked with wedding bells. Guests included the honoree's mother, Mrs. Cleland Davis, he fiance 1 !; mother, Mrs. H. C. Goodwin, Mrs. John Ritchey, list Church feted Miss Davis I Mrs. Eugene Smith, of Pasca- laler in the week. Hostesses for goula; Miss Mary Morgan of :his event were Mrs. J. S. Con- |j;ickson; Miss Barbara Roger ncr, Mrs. James Andrews. Mrs. W. N. Gist Sr., Mrs. D. R Gibson and Mrs Frank Rinehart. Tire Iwnoree wore a black- checked frock and a white carnation corsage. The refreshment table was ap- of Chalmctl, La.; Miss Betlye iue Mixon of Magnolia, and iliss Rose Marie Cooper of Jackson. pointed in silver anel centered with an arrangement of yellow snapdragons and columbine. About JOO friends attended. white tapers bra. in silver candela- This is if-the BIG SHOE SAVING EVENT of THE SEASON THE bridesinaids Innctaon was held at Weber's Sunday. Hostesses were ride, both of Indianola; Jack Vilson of Jnckson; David How . of Clinton; Ed Hewlett ot | L 'S hl or C1 J Saint Louis, Mo.; the Rev. Har- « - l!l take .\\ pattern will Revive Plastic Shower Curtains Plastic shower nnd window jcurtains can be dyed by filling lathtub (tt any large contain er) with hot tap v/ater, acid all purpose dye solution, swish to mix and add your curtains. Keep curtains moving through dye bath until desired color is reached. Rinse thoroughly and dry flat or on clothesline. Do not wring or twist. Patterned plastics can be tinted too. ry Kellogg, Jerry Ncely and John Cliflon Jr., all ot Iixliano- jCary's Corner Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hays and children were . in Jackson Sunday and enjoyed an outing at Livingston Park Zoo. not be affected. Use any color except Navy or Black. · ANNIVERSARY · KOSMIAl · HOSTESS · HI1HOAY SEVERS FLOWERS Phor.e ED 2.6M-1 UNIQUE- so elegantly different! Of course they're new Art Carved 3 dream wedding rings What magnificent detail work- what vivid, bold designs! Here but three from our vast ArtCarved '65 collection. See them all today -they start at S8. U E G O J E T H", JI7.SO H«-|J17.50 I B. ClABION JET | C. KUNT1NG1CN H'I ll'.K *·· f, SJ'.SO f.r SET BliS«.SO K«. (37,50 C O N V E N I E N T BUDGET TERMS You May Take Up To A Year To Pay 417 WASHINGTON AVE. - DIAL ED 2-051! "Home of Mississippi's Most Complete Bridal Salon" THE groomsmen's luncheon ,vas held at the Adams House Sunday. Hosts were Frank Baker, James C. Hodges, Posey Brown and John Clifton. Place cards of a miniature top hat and cane marked places for the guests. Mrs. McCMIanj Guests included Cleland T)n- of Indianola, Mrs. Larry Loden.vis, father of the bride-elect; H Du- ennetff ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ·* Compare the Values! of Aberdeen and Mrs. J vis of Starkville. The bride-elect wore a I wo piece blue linen dress and a gift corsage. The luncheon (able was center- d with an arrangement of pink vcelheart roses in a silver con- MEN and BOYS Uuouwiu, f»Uitr of the groom- elect, Harold Goodwin, brother of the groom, Eugene Smith, cousin of the groom, Jolinny Ritcliey, cousin of the groom, all of Pascagoula; James Davis Jr., brother of the brkle-elecl; Kenneth Black, cousin of the Hillbilly Supper Party At Center Honors Seniors A group of Greenville High chool seniors was entertained 'riday evening at a "hillbilly ippcr party" given at the ommunity Center. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. ohn Gannon, Dr. nnd Mrs. horaas Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. loy Campbell and Mrs. Betty Williams. Honored were Miss Lynn Mexander, Paul Allen, Miss Lthel Archer, Miss Linda Bell Bill Bell, Bill Buchanan, Miss ially Baskin, Johnny Blanks, Branton, Also Miss Laura Eustis, Bob)y Fulton, Miss Linda Hall, Lee Bell Hammond, Robert iarding, Miss Susan Kirk, Miss Ann Roe King, Eddie Lafoe, Miss Cathy Noel. 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