The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 27, 1965 · Page 6
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_6 Thursday, May 27, '65 Delia Democrat-Times Miss Middleton Honored At Party In McCoy Home Trrt home of Mrs. Owen jdium leaves. Prcoidmg at the MiCo;' on McAllister Slreet, [punch bowl was the honoree's was tl-e scene Friday ofternoon'grandmolher, jMrs. Frank Eng of a "recipe parly." honoring land Sr. Miss Mary Margaret Middleton, [r ach , b h( a favor bnde-el«t of Scott Pearson Lcd, i(( , ^ w , ]ic|l was n(c better Of Memr^s, Tenn. Co- | Mjss _ Mjddle(orl wi[h a red hostess was Mrs. Owen McCoy| fHe a p j whi[c Qrchid shou|der Jr. Recci-ing the guests at tlie door was Mrs. Joe Strange. Day liles in shades of yellow were featured on the porch, and in Ihe fa'cr was a magnolia arrangement Living room deco- · rations w e r e arrangements °t. nono whtte oaX leaf hydrangeas and sweet bay blossoms. bouquct from the hoslesscs. Approximately 30 guests at tended. Church Party Honors Seniors The refi^shment iable, covered with » linen cutwork cloth, was centered by a footed silver container "nth an arrangement of giant white daisies, white slock and 4reen and white cala- Take linme A Handy Carton of RG Cola Rpyal Cfown Bottling Co. Baptist Church graduates Surcdrr morning in a special service, The pastor, Rev. Roy D. Raddi preached a special sermon in their honor and presented eac student with a personally inscribed Bible. The honored seniors were: Miss Linda Harbison, Miss Ba bara Woods, Miss Carlyn Campbell, Miss Mary E l l e n Jones, Tommy Jordon, Charlc Herren, George Coleman Jr., Robert Baxter Jr., Robert Tn. itt Jr., Ronnie Lucius, Lama Spivey and Sidney Sherwood. SAVE x On Finest Quality Paint. . . TRIPLE COVER · WONDER-TONES HOUSE PAINT iQ^jm VINYl LATEX 5.29 lt^3i) 4.93 WM!. 1 eoNx. milJ.-. ,,,|,1 I ^^,j An,.,lca' . on!, l.ll tlwilns. Btol 1C V^_^X wall p o t n l . Ic Otl»f bicnrfi In 4 v«oi t«t [n 30 minuet. StrubSob COYER PAINT HARDWARE c.ly lo Op* 7:30 -- 1:30 Sol- l°ud .1 I»:M In Goy*f Supply Blrfp. IM Al.ioivNr PH. ID 3-3695 Elegance With Sheets You might not want to decorate with plain white sheets, but the floral-and-stripe combination in these sheets by Lady Pepperell is something else again. The sheets appear on the valance, as draperies, as wall covering, and as a table topper. Shaw Senior Complimented SHAW -- Miss Gicnda Herbi-jivy interspersed with pink car son, Shaw High School senior nations. Napkins and nut cups was honored with a supper par- carried out the graduation thcme. 7"he hostesses presentee ty at the White Palace Cafe on Tuesday night. Hostesses were Mrs. Billy Dean and Mrs. Louis Vause. The (able, overlaid wilh while linen was centered wilh a grad- ualc silhouette encircled with the hwiorce with a gilt ol luggage. 'Ihose present included Mrs. Clinton Herbison. Miss Laurie Miss Emily Cocilova. Hints From Heloisc Tip For Snip-Tip Cap Buyers DEAR HELOISE: Her* Is * time-saving tip for cloth. all those who buy "snip th« tip" soap for dishes. Jmt switch the caps when the old bottle, is empty! This saves having to hunt for :ho scissors every time you want to open a new container and also saves looking all over the floor for the lip. Diana Jacobsen DEAR HELOISE: My kids prefer their soft drinks right out of the bottle. My son accidentally tipped over his bottle of root beer at dinner last evening, making a Two 'Students Presented In Senior Recital Mrs. David W. Turner presented Miss Lydia Vest and Mrs. Ruby Jane Dickerson in their senior piano recital Friday evening at her home. The program included the following numbers: "Rhapsody in D Minor," by Ralph Federcr; "Petite Valse," Mnurice Sandoval: "Them's from the Piano Concerto in filial Minor," by Tchaikowsky- rainj;er; "Sonata in C Major K. 545," by W. A. Mozart; "Prelude in big mess on my favorite table- Pleas* tell ma how to remove the stains, Minerva Most (oft drinks contain sugar. Do not leave on fabrics. (After setting, some start turning yellow . . . when age or heat hits 'em.) After this happens they are sometimes impassible to remove. Wash immediately in cool wa ter. If stain remains, treat with equal parts of glycerine and alcohol if applicable. Always be sure to spot - test first. Hcloise DEAR HELOISE: When mashing potatoes, I pour off the water, add the milk and butter and re - heat before mashing. Saves that extra pan for heating the milk. D. S. LETTER OF LAUGHTER DEAR HELOISE: I am an eleven - year - old girl. When I was wrapping a present my dog decided to help me, so she licked the slickers for me, nd then I put them on the present. People who don't like to lick stamps or stickers and who hnve dogs can let their dogs lick them for them because most dogs like the smell, and they love the taste. Marshana Amesse ations for the refreshment table. The centerpiece of white chrysathemunis and gladioli Simpson, Miss Susie Melolt and was Hanked by silver candle slicks with green tapers. C Minor", by Frederic Chopin; arid "The Scarlet Cape," by Ralph Fcderer. D£AR m LOlSE: The green and white class When 1 make a house dress, colors were featured in decor-ll make an apron to match. It type pole lamp when the wiring goes bad. j Remove wiring, paint the lamp your favorite color, turn fixtures upward and insert four pots of large philodendron. Result: A most unusual planter. Mrs. John B. Leeds DEAR HELOISE: i I cup ray wet shower cap over a big pouf of your nylon net. [t dries quickly and itays there between shower sessions. Reader DEAR HELOISE: ] I found the perfect container for my hair rollers: A small hatbox, purchased at the dime store, with white and' gold stripes, matches my gold- colored shower curtains. These hatboxes come in many different color combinations and are so easy to open and close, and are very inexpensive. Mrs. DeVera Kohn DEAR HELOISE;: I had a ceramic - based lamp and a brass ashtray which j scratched the tables every time ; they were moved the least bit. Yesterday afternoon, while cleaning up after my son's birthday patty. I noticed all the little cork thing-a-ma-jigs in the caps, of the soft drink boi- es, and I thought "Why not?" .] I used Ihe tip of my icepick o pry out the little cork cir-|| les, then glued them to the bot- im, of the lamp and ashtray . . . o more worry about scratches! 1 looks real cute. At least, my hubby thinks it docs. Mrs. Ann Bessey DEAR HF.I.OISE: Don't throw away your bullet- Malilit Super Spnrl Coupe. Picture yourself taking in vacation xcnery Jrom this bit of scenayi CHEVELLE -Americas most popular intermediate-size car with Americas most popular 6-cyIinder engine Everybody lovei? a winner. The way Chevelle sales arc booming right now is solid proof of that And it's easy to see why when you look over the car. Take that handsome Malibu Super Sport above. Its luxury features include smart curved side windows, foam-cushioned seats front and rear, full carpeting, back-up and glove box lights and more. All standard-no cxfra cost! A few quality features include electric windshield wipers, smooth Full Coi] SEE THE U.S.A. THE N0.1 WAY snspension ride, Deleotron generator and self-adjusting brakes. All standard--no extra costJ Power? Try our smooth, spirited 120-hp Hi-Thrift Six. Or you can order the oj»ional 140-hp Turbo-Thrift Six. Accessories? A full list to choose from. Trade-ins? Most liberal. So your payments will be comfortable as your new Chevelle will be! In fact when you drive it home there'll be iwo heroes in your driveway. And two winners. Red Hot and Rolling! See your Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET · CHEVELLE · CHEVY n · CORVAIR MEADORS CHEVROLET COMPANY 1009 Highway 82 East Greenville Phone 334-4501 n my nice tables. Suzanne L. II EAR HELOISE: Perhaps this idea could help Xher mothers of toddlers: I always carry two plastic ags in the pocket of the baby uggy. When I take the baby for stroll and she gets tired of ·alking, I slip a bag over each h.oe before putting her back in he buggy and, presto . . . clean lankets, clean buggy, and calm lommy. Those dirty shoes on I baby's clothes and blankets, used to drive me batty. We also slip plastic bags over er shoes when she sits in her ar seat. Hencs -- no more hoe polish on daddy or mom- j my's clothes and no dirty car ipholstery. Mrs. Dorothy Mozuch DEAR HELOISE: When I prepare dinner, I al-!j ways fix an extra dinner, in an lumnium tray and pop It into the freezer. This- is my husband's lunch or another day. When he takes i to work it's frozen, but by icon it's thawed. He just, sets it in a hoi plate he keeps where: ne works, and in a few minutes ic has a nice hot dinner for unch. He likes this much better than xld lunch meat sandwiches etc. Toney Guyer Home Lunch Scene For Miss Pugh Mrs. W. H. Guyer, honored \Tiss Brcnda Pugh, Greenville ligh School senior, with a lunch- on Sunday at her home in Terrace Gardens East. The senior class colors of ;reen and while were carried out in the flower arrangements, decorating the luncheon table vere figures dressed in caps and gowns of green accented by he high school colors of black and go!d. The place cards held miniature diplomas tied with jreen ribbon, and given as favors. Miss Pugh was presented with a corsage of white cama-' :ions and a gift from the hostess. Guests included the honoree's mother, Mrs. Robert Pugh, Miss 'hyllis Green, Miss Peggy Whitington, Miss Mary Paul, Miss Beryl Cannon and Miss Linda Lancaster. Deer Creek DAP. 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