The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 13, 1960 · Page 5
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 5

Greenville, Mississippi
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
Page 5
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FASHION POINTS -- The straightest line is the shortest distance between two fashion points as shown in this striped cotton cord coat. This rain-or-shine fashion is by Weatherbee Coals. John Hough Addresses BPW Club INDIANOLA -- John Hough Jr. Sunflower County's representative was guest speaker at the regular dinner meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club Thursday night. Mr. Hough discussed proceedings of the recent session of Ihe Mississ- Mississippi Federation of Busi ness and Professional Women' Clubs lield recently in Jackson gave a report on Ihe convention Mrs. I-'. M. Frasier gave the in vocation. Others attending were Mrs Ruth Allen, Mrs. Irma Ballon Mrs. Ola Caston, Mrs. Haze Craig. Mrs. Hell Poe, Mrs. Ros Randolph, Mrs. Esty Reed, Mis Frances Flurry, Miss Lina Foos- Mrs. Bess Hardy, Mrs. France Hogin, Mrs. Ethel Weinberg. Mr Olivia Wood, Miss Daisy Zach: ippi Legislature giving some o f | r j a h p M rs . Sara Marie Sabi the important highlights. Miss M; SS | r m a Jones, Mrs. Iren Richardson, Mrs. Vera Phillip Mildred Cohn introduced the speaker. Mrs. Barbara Randall a n d Mrs. Maurin.e Lipnick, delegates Guest of the club were Mr John Hough, Miss Norma Dea Mrs. Emma Jean Wakefield an to the Annual Convention of the Miss Kalherinc Paris Allen. We Will Trade For Your Old Furniiure ON THE PURCHASE OF NEW -COME IN AND GET OUH DEAL! SEHQJ FURNITURE Company "Serving Greenville For 26 Years" 300 Washington Ave. Phone ED 2-579 Night Riders Ride Again Fleischer-Solomon Night riders are with us again out not of Ihe conventional type who strike fear into the hearts ol those, who hear them passing. This group was made up of mern bcrs of the Cypress Saddle Club and friends. With benefit of a full moon, a few stars and one flash light they set out from the Lawrence Metcalfe homo Sunday night after having spent most of Ihe afternoon assembling enough hor ses to accomodate the night riders, la the party were members of the club accustomed to long hours in the saddle, but there were also newcomers to equestrian pursuits who had never ridden and today are still feeling the effects. A pre-arranged route that led over back roads had been pcd out. This map led tho party though Wildwood plantation into Roman Gardens, onto Reed Road with Buchler's as the final objective. Adventures too numerous to recount befell the party. Miss Mimsey Mctcalfc's horse fell into a ditch spilling her on the road, rive of the group were lost from the main party. But the objective was finally reached and the rid ers checked in for refreshments. In the party were Miss Patty Pehl, J. 0. Smith Jr., Mike Williams, Miss Margaret Spiars, Miss Telle Melcalfe, Miss Carolyn Mclcalfe and Mike Metcalfe who are here for a visit from Florida, Miss Sally Neblett, Miss Lynne Belle, Miss Annette Ashley, Ed and Larry Metcalfe, Ray mond Oltremari, Michael Virden. Joe Vickers and Lawrence Metcalfe. GOOD TRAVELER -- These versatile separates travel well due to maximum wrinkle resistance, thanks to a special finish by Cranston. The foulard print cotton oxford is completely washable, and the ensemble can be worn with little or no ironing. Two Morning Parties In Plantation Homes Honor House Guests ROLLING FORK -- Among the many courtesies shown Mrs. Waler Freilag of Louisville Ky., a recent guest in the home of her mother, Mrs. Harry G. Carpenter, were two morning parties attracting guests from this area. Mrs. Carpenter was the hostess for a lovely morning party at her plantation home in honor of her daughter. Assisting was Mrs. W. R. Rodgers, sister of the honoree. Presiding at the beautifully Personally Speaking j Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Redd,'3 J D . Moody of Shaw, and Leo Sho- enhok of Cleveland left on .Thursday to attend the American Legion convention in Jack- appointed coffee service w a Mrs. James Hand, Jr. The reception rooms were d corated with arrangements colorful summer flowers. A special guest was Mrs. Ro from Baton Rouge. Approximately 50 guests ca Rehearsal Party Is Held At Hotel Peabody _ SHAW - Miss Shirley l-lcis-i Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Dan To Boy Seoul Jamborta Ac CMS tnd Koimuu cher, and her fiance, Allan Solo-j mon of Brookline. Mass, were honored on Saturday night with! a rehearsal dinner in the Georgian room at Hotel Peobody in Memphis. wallpaper Is patterned with rather large white branches and white flowers on a medium blue background. The furniture is light ma- Seligman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubcnslcin of Shaw, and Mr. »ni Mrs. Mike Seligman of Dermolt, Ark. The dining Ub!e was center cd with on unusual decorative ar- Delta Democrat-Time* Wednesday, July 13, '60 3 Personally Speaking Dr. and Mrs. Frink AerM will leave this week for Colorado Springs where Dr. Acre* ii to attend the Boy Scout JamborM. Also in the Dtlta Mrty will b* Mr. and Mrs. f - Kossmin ot Cleveland. Mr. Kossman is aUa rangement. A white satin heart, [scheduled to attend the Jambo- set on a base surrounded by ree. Mrs. Acree and Mrs. Koss- lulle, valley lilies, baby's brealh and orange blossoms, was accent-sight-seeing. man plan to enjoy shopping and hogany, the curtains are white ed with white doves, wedding rings! and the carpet is gray. What col-jaixl wedding bells. Po'jfs of ma- tapers. should the bedspreads be? lino and white satin ribbon werej Miss Fleischer wore Would white be too colorless? I have pink spreads now, but they have never looked right. What color do you suggest for a new lamp| aetween the beds and other touches if they should be added to the I room?" interspersed with doves and gardenia blossoms. The arrange- organza frock with a fitted bodice and full skirt, and an orchid ment was flanked by branched^corsage, a gift from her hosts, silver candelabra, holding white [Thirty five guests attended. A crisply blue and white bed-1 oom is always attractive, andl ce the wallpaper is striking,) Designing Woman By ELIZIBETH 1ULLYER UXURY AND ELEGANCE REDICTED FOR FALL That America's success symbol s no longer the automobile, but ie homo is indicated by previews f fashions lor fall in the Interna- Sonal Home Furnishings Markel tarting today. A vast over-all pic- ure of heiglitcnoO luxury and elegance is presented as all major manufacturers and hundreds of others display their latest offer- ngs, the furniture, fabrics, wall and floor coverings ar.d accessories store buyers from all over the country gather to select for public showings in the months to trend direction the market r and particularly noted he great richness of fabrics, su er-comfort of seating and top im wrtance for fine decorative a cessories. The sofa, always a k tome possession, is long and creasingly soft as fcram rubber often wrapped in a fluffy fillin and is covered with a fabric t) is intricately woven to show t ailed pattern of traditional spiration. Loose pillow design shared by chairs, and framin of both benefit from the many ed during the appointed hours, Another lovely open house ho oring Mrs, Freitag was at the home of Mrs. James Hand, Jr. Co-hostesses for tH* morning party were Mrs. Du. : .ey B. Moore and Mrs. Rives Carter. Sharing honors with Mrs. Freitag was Mrs. Bob Leake of New Orleans, La. f who is the house guest of her mother, Mrs. Tom son. They 'Sunday. returned home on Fields of Anguilla. Arrangements ol daylilies and gladioli were used in decorattnj on the terract in the garden. Approximately 75 guests callK during the appointed hours. STOCK SPRING AND SUMMER Traditional design for all types E home furnishings is a stand-ou newly introduced methods on construction. (Sofa and chair by Karpen, sketched at the American Furniture Mart, Chicago.) -0- Mrs. B. N. N. "My Bedroom decoration covering so much of | ie room, it is best to avoid the dition of a strongly contrast- g color. You might, however, 1 eak the white of the bedspreads th pillows in blue the shade of ie paper and perhaps two shades soft green, and use one of the reens for an accessory. Silver nd white would be pleasing for ie lamp. Mrs. W. K. "We bought a long ofa in a practical cover, which; hades stripes from gray through I rayed brown to black. Do you link the new coffee table to go' 1 n front of it should be black or hould I try one with a white mar-'J ile top and brass legs for con-' rast? The rug is rose-beige to, 1 match the walls, and the wood of the other tables, the TV set and two-open-arm chairs in deep aright green is walnut. On one wall we have a pair of Chinese panels with designs in black on beige. The lamps are brass with white shades." A table with a light marble top, Whatever you want is yours sooner with a savings account to back you up. A savings ac- coust keeps you ready for special events -college, wedding and caree rexpenses . . . the fun of travel 'or retirement. And while you're saving, we're steadily adding earnings to make your job easier. Etart an account for YOUR desire now. Current liato not necessarily white, would be more effective in the room than one with a black top. The base qjj the marble-topped table might be black or walnut, or brass in not too bright a finish. 4% In The Block N'exl To The Levee WIN CREATE Sea the Chevy Mystery Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV. IVER This year, more people are buying Chevrolets (including Corvairs) than ever before, making Chevy the year's hottest seller by a record-shattering margin. Come in and see what the buying's ail about--at your Chevrolet dealer's soon I VALUES TO $ 24.95 To REDUCTIONS UP TO ONE-HALF WHITES--SPECTATORS-PATENTS--HONE--NAVY--RED PASTELS e Palizzio · Delm.inello · N'aluralizcr · Citations · Town Country · Caressa · Valley · Troyling · Fredelle · Dori · Maine-Aires · Debs · Penal jo WINS YEAR'S TOP AWARD! E W E L R Y . . , O N E - H A L F STRAW SHOES Dress and Casual § g" 90 § O 00 ? 1 A "0 £ ]Q MATCHING BAGS 1/3 OFF OTHER BAGS 1/2 OFF Corvalr got the u n a n i m o u s nod of the experts as it walked away with Motor Trend Magazine's coveted Car- of-thc-Year award. And you'll know why in a h u r r y once you drive it. Corvair's satiny ride, nimble hand l i n g a n d r o a d - g r i p p i n g t r a c t i o n have \vinning ways with people as w e l l ^C///.TflOJ^ as prizes. 700 4-Dw S»3M W\ I flrto"i flit f x f t?-i!'t j.l! f ' j M f c r f M ! ) See Chevrolet Cars, Chevy's Corvalr and Corvette at Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer's KflEADORS CHEVROLET COMPANY Greenville Phone ED 4-4501 320 Main Street

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