14 Sunday, May 30, '65 Delia Dcmncrnf-Tmies | Lovelier You** By Mary Sue Miller Rolling Fork Ramblings ROLLING FORK - Mrs. | Cine Alforcl entertained her dessert bridge club Wednesday. African violets and magnolia vcre used throughout Iho house. Mrs. Wallace Carter Jr. won high score prize, Mrs. Ed Spi- the traveling prize and Mrs. Dudley Moore Jr., the bingo prize. Guests in the I. G. Alexander for the graduation of their aughter, Elaine, were Mr. and 1 Mrs. C. L. Buford ot Edwards, j Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins I ami two sons of Jackson and i Miss Virna Ruth Alexander of Ole Miss. Mr. John Schlomb of Shelby was a visitor in ihe Sam Dribben home for the graduation of (heir son. John. Hither'n Yon To Receive Ph.D Wall-Bush-- (Continued From Page 11) She wore a three tiered boulfanl veil of illusion held in place by a lace pill box encrusted wilh MR. AND MRS. C. K. McQueen left Thursday for Dallas, i beads, and for her bridal bouquet uests of their son-in-law s she carried a single magnolia Here for the graduation of Miss liobbi Chambliss was Mr. n ml Mrs. Lawrence Chambliss, ,, ., Mrs. Maltie Morris and J. D. Beautiful hair truly is a woman s crowning glory. And hair is |p, , , - . truly beautiful only when it is lively and lustrous. However colored or styled, ailing locks have never won a beauty contest. Yet most of us girts fail to ~ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradshaw give our hair the basic care lhat|Mary Sue Miller, in care of this "'" promotes loveliness. Maybe \ve would change our ways if we fully appreciated the intricacies of the hair's structure. Do you realize, for instance, that your hair is a living part of your body and not just a surface '"pi newspaper, enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 10 cents in coin. Country Club phenomenon? Each strand held together by living protein. It grows from a minute follicle the scalp, where it is nourished by a network of blood vcs- sets. To keep it lubricated, there's an oil gland close by. HOI.LANDALE - The Delta Garden Club held its annual spring luncheon at the Grccn- Counlry Club. Hostesses were Mrs. K. M. Walcott Sr.. Mrs. W. A. Duna- A normal head contains up to way and Mrs. Edwurd Vieh. 140,000 strands; everyone car- M rs . Charles Geddie, prcsi- ries color and substance through a central tube which is protected by miscroscopic, overlapping scales. Now who would neglect or abuse such a marvelous mechanism? Like the whole girl, the hair thrives on sane living -- on a high - protein, low - carbohydrate diet in particular. F.xtcrnal care is based on scrupulous cleanliness and scalp stimulation via brushing and massage; on the use of individually suited shampoo products. In addition, and treatment medical advice is netded lor serious problems. dent welcomed the members and guests. For the e n t e r t a i n - ment, Mrs. Leo Gerdes of Leland sang several songs, accompanied by Mrs. Emory Rose, also of Leland. The speakers table was centered with an arrangement of spring flowers in a silver epcrg- Memphis returned home Wednesday utter an extended trip through the western slates and Mexico. ! Miss F.lise Alfor.-i entertained 12 eighth grade girls with a supper and "spend-the-night party Wednesday. Following supper, the youngsters slept in Ihe Alford's guest hnuse. Out of town guests were Leslie Kline and Cindy Summers of Anguilia. Guests in the Sam Ford home for t' e graduation of Glcnna Ford were Mr. and Mrs. Doric Hakes and family of Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann and family of Port Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. H a r r y Carpenter have returned from a trip around the Mediterranean are; in Europe and Israel. About 35 members and guests altended. CAREFUL! NEW YORK (DPI) - Amphetamine, popular as an appetite suppressant, is a fat-mobilizing agent and could be harmful to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Baggett of 'nckson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Otho Baker, Camille, Lanny ind Mac were visitors in the .ome of Mrs. Ruth Baggett for he graduation of Jack Bnggclt. Glorious tresses cannot be had patients predisposed to a r t for less care. Pocket Calorie Counter Do you really know the calorie counts of 'the foods you eat? Our new booklet, POCKET CALORIE COUNTER, tells the score Â«t a glance. It also gives n teriosclerosis, two Montreal physicians maintain. A report on their work, in "Medical Tribune," explains that when Uw fat gets on tha move, there is a possibility of accelerated blood clotting, plus diet plan -- a way to eat and'lhe deposition of free tally acids slim. For your copy, write into adipose tissue. Dr. and Mrs. McGehce Moore ;pcnt the weekend in Jackson ittending a Draft Board meet- Investiture Of Girl Scouts Is Held ROLLING FORK - Invcsli- ure ceremony for Ihe Junior jirl Scouts was held Friday afternoon under the direction of Troop leaders, Mrs. Hal DeCell ind Mrs. W. B. Truesdale. Members of the patrols arc: 'ardinal Patrol, Patrol leader M a r t h a Carler; assistant, Linda J u e ; Lynelie Dcnton, Judy Simmons, Nancy Chambless, Dianne McClellan. Not presen for the ceremony was Slephaniei. While. Eagle palrol: Elizabeth Sims, Becky Fields, Nancy Aden, Char-, men Lang, Doris Johnson, Beth Rutherford. | Magnolia Patrol, Kay Tingle, Deborah Truesdale, Lyn Aden. Cindy Kapp, Teresa Box, Frances Dnlfiumc. Robin Palrol, Mary Beth lilanclmrd, Laurie DeCell, Dia n n c Dawson, Brenda Bennett, Mary Ann Weissingcr. Other members who will soon receive their pins are; Lila Carddock, Ellen McFate, Carol Daniels, Melissa Hudspeth. Mrs. E. L. Simms served refreshments. Tex. While there they will be the gu and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. William R. Hanson and children and will attend (he Southern Baptist Convention. Miss Mnrjoiie McQueen will join them in Dallas and they will go to Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. to attend the graduation exercises June 7. Miss McQueen will receive her Ph.D. in Research Social Work. ft ft ft WILLIAM P. Hanrahan Jr. was recently promoted to rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Col. Hanrahan is a graduate of the Commando School at Ft. Leavcnworth, Kan. and of Mississippi Slate University. His wife is the former Martha Ann Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Solomon. The Ihrce Hanrahnn boys attended Em Boyd School two years ago. Col. Hanrahan is presently assigned lo the Fourth Army Headquarters at Fort Sam Houston. San Antonio, Tex. ft ft ft MISS SHARON Kay Pritchclt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Pitched, Greenville, and Miss Joy Weston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Weslon, Leland, were among students receiving special awards at the annual Honors Day at Millsaps College. Miss Pritchelt received the Albert Godfrey Sanders Award in Intermediate Spanish, and Miss Weston is one of 23 students who received grants for graduate study. ft ft ft THF. I.FI.AND Junior Auxiliary "puppeteers" entertained the Leland I.ions Club recently with its presentation of "Hansel and Grelcl". They had presented Ihe show in April and May for several groups of Leland school children. This was the lirst production of this new project and plans are being made tor more in the future. The "Puppeteers" include Mrs. Pat King, Mrs. Ernest Carlden, Mrs. Frank Bonner, Mrs. J i m m y Nichols, Mrs. J, W. Cochefhan and Mrs. Robert McCool. ft ft ft MRS. LINDA Love Philhower is one of three Mississippi Stale College for Women students who will be serving internships with the Mississippi Library Commission this summer. Mrs. Philhower, who will be a senior next fall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Love of Greenville. ;. ft ft ft THE FACULTY of E. E. Bass Junior High School hon- i- ored two of their stalf. Miss Faira Lee and her fiance, Billy * Bishop, with n social hour at Ihe home of Mrs. Lynn Harbison. U Mrs. Harold Bell re.id an original poem to the couple and f presenled them with an engraved silver tray. Mrs. Ben \\ Tumey presided at the punch bowl during the refreshment ? hour. t. ft ft ft | MISS LINDA Stone, a student at the University Hospital in Â£ Jackson, was home for several days to see her father, ' Ernest Stone of Lake Washington, who is a patient in Gen- t eral Hospital. Â·Â· ft ft ft MRS. N. L. Mayhall and Mrs. Steve Finlay attended the '?. South Central Region meeting of the National League Amer- Â· | Scan Pen Women held Thursday through Sunday in Little 'Â·Â·. Rock, Ark. Mrs. Finlay participated in the fiction panel. Â·Â·. ft ft ft ; MRS. MYRTIS King and Mrs. Jeanette Horis honored jJ Miss Barbara Allen, Greenville High School graduating senior, ", \ at a breakfast ot (rie Holiday Inn Saturday. The honoree Â· i was presented a medical dictionary and a senior scrapbook. ; Attending were Mrs. Mildred Franklin, Miss Carolyn I i Clark, Miss Betty Sue Mnllin, Mrs. Dona Tyler and Miss | ! Sandra Tyler of Holland; ami Miss Mary Ann Seid and Miss j; Â· Pat Sing and Mrs. Helen White. * ! ft ft ft I Â· MRS. W. P. Condon appeared on KNOE-TV Station '. : Wednesday, to demonstrate flower arranging on Mildred f ! Swift's Open House Program. \ i The Condon family left Thursday for Subiaco Academy '. I lo attend the graduation of their son, Patrick. : : ft ft ft | MRS. GILBERT Dawkins has some 6-week old kittens to I j give away. If interested call her at ED 4-4573. t Â· ft ft ft ! f j T. Sg(. W. Lee Parker and family are visiting his sister, I I Mrs. R. L. Berry in Greenville and his brother, Edward, and | : f a m i l y in Jackson. The Parkers are enroule from the Phil- j i ippincs to Hannae Air Force Base in Peoria, III. and will be j; ; leaving Greenville about June 1. ',. I ft ft ft ! i MR. AND MRS. Alan Wuthrich of Warsaw, Ind., whose 'Â· Â· birth of twin daughters was anounced In the DD-T recently, \ Â· have named the girls Beverly Alane and Barbara Ann. j J Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Karls ot Greenville. : Greenville. ft ft ft MR. AND MRS. II. S. Stanley arrived home Tuesday night from a week's vacation on the Gulf Coast. : MRS. OR1N Patton, the former Kathleen Ellis ot Greenville, will be leaving soon for Hawaii where she and her children will join her husband. Capt. Patton has been a combat pilot in Viet Nam for the past year and is due to become a general's aide in Hawaii. Mrs. Patton was entertained recently at a noolside party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burrcll McGee on Bsyou Road. ft ft ft MRS. FRANK Alvarez Jr. and daughter, Judy, left Tuesday morning for Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. to pick up Frank Alvarez I I I , who will accompany them home. ft ft ft MRS. Lester Nelken is in Dallas, Tex. attending a fall and college fashion showing of the American Fashion Exhibitors. ft ft ft For Hems To This Column Call ED 5-1155-Ext. M MONEY ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS** Installment type face- *- g amount certificates to help I' |j you accumulate money ^ ,* s y s t e m a t i c a l l y oveV .~ 5 period of years. A planned approach lo insurance? I N V E S T O R S * Syndicate lif Insurance and Annuity Company o f f e r s r n s u r a n c e p f j n % tailored to pfolect your family and to protect the contmuily and management stability of 517 WASHINGTON AVE. - DIAL ED 2-051! 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SERVING as best man was Wil iam W. Bush of Laurel. Allan L. Bush of Pascagoula, was a groomsman, and ushers were Thomas E. Staples of Jackson ,nd Robert Uzzlc of Rolling Fork. Following the ceremony a recep-j lion was held in the church parlor.I Mrs. Bush received in a tur- i quoise peau de soie sheath wilh bodice of Atencon lace. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink em- 1 broidercd linen sheath, and both wore white orchids. THE BRIDE'S table, covered with an embroidered linen clolli, was centered by a five tiered wedding cake, decorated with white spun sugar roses and grapes. Cupid urns holding arrangements of white flowers, flanked the cake. Mrs. J. E. Brent served the cake and Mrs. James Plummer presided at the silver coffee service. Mrs. L. D. Spell served Serving as tea girls were Mrs. Malcolm Krebs, Mrs. C. M. D a - j venport, Mrs. David Hodges, Miss Lane Spell, Miss Ann Ford and Mrs. Henry Tillman. T h e sride's register was kept by Mrs. John L. Plummer of Philadelphia, Pa. AFTF.R a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. Wall will live at Starkville. Mr. Wall is the recipient ot a National Science Foundation Scholarship and will be attending Mississippi Stale University. For travel the bride wore a dressmaker suit oi emerald green silk linen with fitted jacket and cowl collar. Miss Alma Wynelle Scott July Wedding Date 7s Set By Miss Scott And Fiance Mr. and Mrs. Silas Stecle lof Clinton High School where Scott Sr. of Clinton announce [she was a four-year band mem- the engagement ot their daugh-iber, and a member of the Nater, Alma Wynelle, to James Wheeler Dcesc, son of Mr. and Asbury College in Wilmore, Ky. with a double major in biology and psychology. She received her M.A. degree in psychology from the University of Mississippi. Presently she is employed; Mrs. William Hemphill Deese of Greenville. Miss Scott's maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Urs. J. Woodie Surge, and her paternal grandparents are Mrs. Walter Scott and IJie late Mr. Scott, all of Lucedale. Mr. Dcesc's maternal grandparents are Mrs. Camp Wheeler and Ihe lale Mr. Wheeler ot Greenville. His paternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Deese of Little Rock, Ark. THE bride-elect Is a graduate Pizza Party Fetes Seniors HOLLANDALE - Miss Davis Wood and Miss Patricia Duna. way, and members of the Hollandale High School senior class were entertained with a pizza party Thursday night at Lillo's in Leland. Hostesses for the event were rs. E. J. Ganier, Jr., Mrs. ene Ganier. Mrs. H. W. Ivy, SO LIGHT ON YOUR FEET ice Par-styling personified! Glove-soft, with marvelous fit lo whisk you up and down (airways in slyle. Bride - Elect Entertained At Luncheon ROLLING FORK - Miss ,ays Farrar, bride-elect of Dewcy Brown, was honored at a ridesmakJs' luncheon held at he Downtowner in Greenville lostesses for the event were Miss Annie Laurie Glasco and 4rs. Marie Glasco, both of Greenville, and Miss Nylcene .owery and Mrs. Early I.owery, both of Indianola. Miss Farrar wort a pink ensemble with white accessories. The honoree was presented with a white carnation corsage and an engraved cake knife by the hostesses. The table was decorated with 3 centerpiece o! slock and pink snapdragons. | Those attending included Mrs. G. C. Fnrrar, Mrs. A. B. Brown ;of Delta City, Miss Linda Duna- wny of Anguilia, and Miss Judy Fite of Lexington. First WSCS Has Picnic At HammeUs Members of Ihe Women's So- |ciely of Christian Service of First Methodist Church, met at Ihe Vcrnnn Hammett plantation home for their a n n u a l spring picnic. Mrs. Bob Reinhardl, local activities chairman, was in charga of food arrangements. Food wns arranged on a iong black lacquered table on the palio. which was decorated with :nixcd summer flowers in black Following the invocation by Miss Louise Law, the guests assembled in a pecan grove ior lunch. A short business session fol- iwed during which Mrs. Billy by the' '^Psychiatry 'DepannTem! 1 ^"'; Â» as presented a Chrisof the University Medical Ccn-,TM" Scmce P m - Mrs ' SkoU TM er. She is an associate mem- Jr. and Mrs. Edward Vieh. The tables were covered ,,.,^^ arK | red and white checked cloth and Mathematics ber of the Mississippi Psychological Association and of the American Psychological Association. Mr. Deese graduated from Greenville High School where he lettered in band, was a National Honor Society member, a National Merit Scholarship fi- tian Harden will serve as new idenl of the WSCS. prcs- ccnlerecl with old wine bottles I'ith colored candles. Twenty seniors attended. Special guests were Lynda Lea Ganier, Barry Vieh, Stacy Kellum, George Showah, Vesper Bagley, Andy Daughcrly of Carthage, Mrs. T. J. Rogue, Mrs. Torrey Wood and Mrs. W. A. Dunaway and Miss Mary Ruth Mayerhoff. i recipient of Ihe Association of America the B.A. Award. He degree with received a major in sociology from the Universi- ly of Mississippi, and is currently attending the University of Mississippi School of Law and will be awarded the degree Juris Doctor in August. Mr. Deese is a member of Phi Alpha Delta honorary law fraternity and the American Law Student Association. The wedding will bÂ« solemnized July 17 at 3 p.m. in the sanctuary of the West Park Methodist Church In Jackson. The couple plan to make their home in Bowling Green, Kenluc- Â·ky where Mr. Deese has accepted n faculty position at Ihe College of Commerce, of Western Kentucky Stale College. HAIR FASHIONS Abroherw ShoppTn? Cinlii ED I-0?i:- beaulfful gjfl for you from EsJee Lauder wilh every purchase thii V i s i t w i t h E s t c e ' L a n d e r ' s s p e c i a l r e p r e s e n t a t i v e i n o u r s t o r e , T u e s d a y , J u n e 1 t h r o u g h T h u r s d a y , J u n e 3 ! Y o u w i l l r e c e i v e E s t e e ' L a u d e r ' s n e w e x c i t i n g g if t . . . 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