The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 14, 1960 · Page 3
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Reserve Squadron Ends Year With Party Given Here At Delish Shop Brown's Delish Shop wen the Bceno Monday night of mi Informal porty honoring the wives of the member* of Flight B, 999Kh Air Reserve Squadron of Greenville. The social marked the end of the academic year for the group. Presiding over the program that followed dinner, was Major Harry L. Harmon, Flight B Commander. Following the social « series of color films were shown the guests and members, featuring the Nautilus in its dramatic voyage under the North Pole and films of modern jet aircraft demonstrating tlieir fire powers ami capabilities in modern warfare. Special guests were Lt. Col. William E. Yeatcs, 2681st Air Reserve Center Commander, of Jackson, Lt. Col. Fed Magness, 2681st Air Reserve Center Training Officer, of Jackson, and T- Sgt. Donald E. Wylie, liason NC- 0, 9995th Air of Cleveland. Members and wives present were Lt. Col. and Mrs. Winthrop McGraw, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard R. Murphree, Major and Mrs. Harmon, Major and Mrs. Archie A. Mullens, Major and Mrs. Edward L. Rhodes, Capt. and Mrs. Ottis W. Rushing, Jr., Capt. and 1 Mrs. Robert H. May, Capt. and Mrs. Tony P. Provenza, T-Sgt. and Mrs. Daily A. King, and S- Sgt. and Mrs. Burnes E. Johnson. ! To ROTC Cadets Entertain At GAFB Graduation Dance ROTC Cadets representing 43 universities and. colleges across the nation in training at Greenville Air Force Base and numbering 1G3 will entertain with a Graduation Dinner Dance at the Officers' Club Friday night. Tlie cadets are the first group of Reserve Officer Training Command students due to train at the local base during the summer program. They are scheduled to complete their courses and have commencement exercises Friday, following which they will cnter- Airmen's Wives Club Holds Meet GAFB Airmen's Wives' Club met Monday night in the homo of Mrs, Phillip Wolfe for a combination business-social meeting. Because of the status or the base, temporary officers w ere chosen to serve until November. They include Mrs. Wolfe, president, and Mrs. Al Sanders, secretary-treasurer. The group voted to have monthly meetings instead of the current bi-monthly schedule and voted to meet in tle homes of members instead of al the base Service Club. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Sanders. The Club sent a gift to the new lain with the dance. Chairman ol the dance committee is Cadet Bruce Hoffman from Evansvilte College in Ev- ansvillc, fndiana. The Barksdale Air Force Band will provide the music for the dance, which scheduled to begin at 7 p. m. Invitations have been sent to Mayor and Mrs. George Archer. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hollowell Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brent, and the JaycPttes' committee which spon sored the Welcoming Dance in June upon the arrival of tlie cadets at the base, including Mrs A. D. Bradley Jr., Mrs. Charles I.undy, Mrs. George Weathers 111, Mrs. Anlhony Tuminello. Jr., and Mrs. B. B. Minton, and their husbands. Officers Named Officers of the Summer ROTC Staff invited include Lt. Col Homer P. Anderson. Major Herbert \V. James and Mrs. James, Major J. N. Simmons, Major Paul J. Schuler. Capt. M.J. [lath- away. Capt. W. P. Brydon ami Mrs. Brydon, Capt. J. R. Briley, Capt. R. Joganicli. Capl. J. T. Anderson, Capt. M. L. Blakey, Capt M. D. Sholl. Capt. 0. S Wollard, and Capl. L. E. Decker. Base personnel who will also form a reception committee in- clutSe Col. and Mrs. Jasper Bpll, Col. and Mrs. Lorcn Nickels, Lt. Col. anc Mrs. Eskelle V. Garrison, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Howard E. Foil, Col. and Mrs. arrival in the home of A-2c and John s - Rushing, Col. and Mrs. Mrs. Richard Crosby, a member!Richard H. Henderson. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Edward M. Fritsch. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Emory N, Shofner. of the club. A new member, Mrs. J. T. Osban, was welcomed. Those present included Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Paul Watson, Mrs. Bill Lawrence, Mrs.lest D. Daughtery, Capt. and Mrs. Sidney Borne, Mrs. Terry Gift,|James 0. Hightower, and Capt, ami Mrs. Donald \Vitlacki. and Mrs. Roy A. Cuny. LI. Col and Mrs. Grover E. Stillwagon, Major aiw.1 Mrs. Donald A. Williams. Maor and Mrs. Cletus E. Glesener, Capt. and Mrs. For- You won't have any bones to pick with THE SALAD BOWL RESTAURANT because we serve good food every day . . . especially ON FRIDAY NIGHT, that's our SMORGASBORD NIGHT. When you w a n t to get away from the kitchen . . . visit US ... we're open until 10:30 P.M. for your convenience. HAVING A BIG TIME -- Entertaining for their wives are the members of Flight B, 9995th Air Reserve Squadron in Greenville. The banquet, held Monday night at the Delish Shop, was presided over by Major Harry L. Harmon, Flight Commander, pictured standing at center. Others in the group include, 1-r, Mrs. Harmon, special guest Lt. Col. William E. Yeates of Jackson, Harmon, Mrs. Burnes E. Johnson and S/Sgt. Johnson, Major Edward L. Rhodes and Mrs. Rhodes, and Mrs. Tony P. Provenza and Capt. Provenza. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hammers Jr. ami Mrs. L. M. Hammers, Sr. of Greensboro, N.C., are visiting in Ihe home of Mrs. Alberl Law on Lake Washington. Miss Fleischer Weds Allan B. Solomon In Double Ring Rites SHAW -- Miss Shirley Nell Fleischer became the bride of Al- ·an Bernard Solomon of Brook- lino, Mass., in a double ring ceremony in the Venetian room of Hotel Peabody in Memphis, on Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. Parents of the couple are Mr. . . . . and Mrs. Julius Fleischer of s l y , · TM lth . mall:h '"8 'ace panels. Miss Evelyn Louise Fleischer was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Linda Scligman, Shaw, cousin of the bride, and Miss Barbara Solomon, Brookline, sister of the groom. They wore delphinium blue taffeta dresses, made princess Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Solomon of Brookline. Rabbi Mose Landau of Cleveland officiated in the presence of and blue delphiniums, tied with members of the two families and matching ribbon, close friends. Vows were pledged before an improvised altar, under an arch covered with white satin ribbons, and white gladioli. Floor baskets of the white flowers flanked the altar and lighted apcrs were placed at vantage xints. Noel Gilbert of Memphis presided at the organ, and vocolist was Miss Lane Hasse of St. Lou- The bride wore a dress of white peau de sole, with a fitted bodice, featuring 3 square neckline, and long filled sleeves of al- encon lace, embroidered w i t h seed pearls. The full skirt terminated in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of tulle was attached to a crown of matching a c e , embroidered wilh pearls. She carried a Dible, t o p - ped with orchids, and lilies of the valley, tied with showers of sat- n ribbon. and full skirts, featuring lace inserts. They wore matching veils, attached to small bands of faf- feta and bouquets of while flowers Best man was Stanley Wa1- stcin of Newton Mass. Ushers were Louis and Leonard Ruben stein, twin cousins of the bride Gerald Solomon of Brookline brother of the groom; Robert Sha piro of Newton, Mass, and Herb Kosser of Cleveland, Ohio. The bride's mother. Mrs. Flei-' scher wore a frock of pink silk, Delia Democrat-Times Thursday, July M, '60 3 mado with a chUfon yoke, bead, ed in rhlncstoncs and pearli. Mrs. Solomon, mother of the groom wore a gown of blu« chllfon. Both mothers wore orchid corsages. . Dinner Given Immediately following Iho ccrec mony Mr. and Mrs. Fleischer entertained with a sealed /wedding dinner, honoring the cowple. Mika Seligman, of Dermott,''Ark., uncle of the bride was master of ceremonies. . ; After dinner the couple left Tor a western trip. - DOCTOR , . Dorothy Buanl i Chiropractor : Telephone Kti 2-8835 Leyser 01dg. f|-- H no answer duii ED i-MM^ K? j\ SPECIAL when yau^come In to ·«···»· " i / Refrigerators J E S S I E ' S S E R V I C E Rcfngeratron - Air-Conditioning - Heating Phone ED MISS Designing Woman By ELIZABETH H1LLYER HOW TO IMPROVE ROOM STYLE WITH SCALE The color scheme, the design of the furnishings and their arrangement -- these are undeniably important to the style of a room. And another just as fundamentally important ingredient of style is scale. Scale is a word interior designers use lo mean the sizes oi room elements in relation to each difference. Scale is so often the other. Just as a five-story building looks tall in a village and small in a city, so does the size Bride-Elect Is Honoree At Luncheon SHAW - Mrs. Leo Shoenhol? of Cleveland honored Miss Shirley Fleischer, bride-elect of Allan Sol- iomon, on Tuesday, with a lunch|eon En Michael's private dining ! room. of each piece of furniture and each accessory teem larger or smaller according to the room and everything else in it. Next lime you look at a room thai has particular style, analyze it to see why it has-style and you may find that scale has a great deal to do with it. Even when there is nothing unusual in a room, interesting relationships between the sizes of things can make a big difference between an ordinary and a high style effect. A mirror above a chest is a good example. There may be nothing wrong with the design ol a mirror frame or the f u r n i t u r e below-it, but together they may miss in style. The small mirror sketched that's loo small for the chest below it looks lost and only accidentally placed where it is -it has no decorative value. A arger mirror is in bellcr pro- xrtion to the piece of furniture. The effect, however, is still ordinary. But the mirror that reaches jtall and toward the width of the The luncheon table featured an! arrangement of white gladioli andi WGQ.din.CJ" GlIGSts greenery. Miss Fleischer wore a, Enteilcfined green cotton frock, featuring pink' ^ 01 embroidery on the bodice, madej ^H OflCtW with full skirt. She was present ed with a gift corsage of pink carnations and also with a gif of silver. Those ateiiding were Mrs. Shoc- nholz, Miss Fleischer, Mrs. Jul ius Fleischer, Miss Evelyn Fleischer, Mrs. Harry Rubenstein Mrs. L. Seligman, Mrs. Dan Selig man, Mrs. Louis Fleischer, Mrs Milton Caller, Mrs. Rose Selig man, Mrs. Mose Landau, Mrs. Is aac Charncy of Washington, D C., and Mrs. Abe Abroms of Der molt. Ark. further faductitM -- ftlcre Neims Blum Shoe Salon's Children Shoe Sale BOYS' GIRLS' SUMMER DRESS SHOES Values to $9.95 9 0 ENTIRE STOCK OF SANDALS AND KEDETTES Values to $5.95 9 0 6 MOST STYLES LESS THAN HALF PRICE ENTIRE STOCK. NOT INCLUDED ALL SALES FINAL SHAW --Following the wedding of Miss Shirley Fleischer and Allan Solomon on Sunday, in Memphis, a number of out of (own guests are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fleischer, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seligman, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubenstein in Shaw. In the party are Gerald Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Red Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. !Iy Baker, chest unites Ihe two as Important decoration for the room. This is striking effect with scale that achieves high style. Tables that are loo frail beside' it rob the long sofa of its look of luxury and often make it look merely oversize. A lamp may short-change the style of (he f u r - niture near it if it's too small, whil« a tall lamp in the same spot' may give a grouping a look of distinction. Sketched in the lower right corner is an all loo usual proportioning of furnishings one to the other. At left is a vivid example of how much change there can be from the start of almost the same furniture, in almost the same arrangement. Miss Brooks, G . W. DeLoach Are Married Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Brooks of Portland, Ark., an-j nounce the marriage of their 1 daughter, Christine, to Can,' Wilson DeLoach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson DeLoach of. Greenville. The ceremony was performed vf Dr. Perry Claxton al his lome Wednesday afternoon. The nrkle wore a costume suite of pale blue silk with m a t c h i n g hat and accessories and a shoulder xmquet of while carnations and lilies of the valley. 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GREENVILLE'S MOST EXCITIHG LITTLE FOOD STORES WITH THE BIG SUPER MARKET LOW, LOW PRICES Prices Good July 14, 15, 16, 17, IS Grade A Fresh Dressed DELTA PINE BEST Lb. HAMS 29° CAPITAL W I E N E R S 3 Cello Bag 79° Center Cut Chuck SILVER LEAF PURE LARD 4 £ 59° IB. BREMMEHS PRINCESS GREME COOKIES 2 £ 39 C Southern Farms (Extra Large) 19 Green CABBAGE Luncheon Meat PREM CAN ?39' Folger's or Maxwell House COFFEE u,69' Brer Rabbit SYRUP Half Gal .49' T\lin Pet Dog Food 4 cans St.indan! Tomatoes 2 - 303 cans Pinto Scans 2 - l l b . bags Blue Plate Cut Green Beans 2 - 303 cans Water Maid Rice 2- 1 Ib. bags Kleenex Tissues 2 - Box 200's Your Food Center Mr. E. C. McWhoner Me;ii Ocpl. \ Rrnnrfway S Al Union Sir"CI ' WE GIVE STAMPS Open Weekdays 8 A.M.-S P.M. Saturday X A.M.-10 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M.-12 P.M. SUPERETTE 500 Wcsl Starling Mr. Johnny Goodwin Meal Dcpt. Manager .ilosl Aeccpled Sump Plan Open J A.M 1 P.M S.tlurday ' A.M.-li P.M S'jodiy * A.M 11 Only

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