Richardson - - (Continued From Page I I ) tlx- late CM C. Cannon, Mrs *"** ~ ""* hcmc Â° f Mrs I (icorgo W. Cathev and ihr. !,.,,, lurlou "*Â°nlcsi was Ihe scene I Party Honors Shav/ Seniors (icorge W. Calhey and Ih'e latci Mr. Cat hey of Columbia, Mo. He L? a graduate of Greenville MOST CURRENT CUT: ON THE BIAS I King ' s Daughters Circle Officers Are Installed At Club Luncheon Thursday morning of a "drug store parly" honoring members of Ihe senior class. Hostesses Designer Pattern your weekly HIGH - STYLE pattern feature High School and will graduate I -- --"" -Â·Â«-... ,,,^1^^^^^ j from Mississippi Slate University wcrc Mrs - M Â°nlcsi. Mfs Char- 1 in July with a degree in Indus- e Venuli. Mrs. Charles Col- I ,, - - - _ ---^1 VI- I I I i J H Irial Manogemenl. He is a member of Acacia fralernily. After his graduation he will be affiliaied with^his father in business. ^^^^^Â·"^^Â·w See Our . CATALfNA MERCHANDISE TODAY! I-ecdeans Dress SMoppo licr and Mrs. I!. G. Mills. The guesls were seated Â«t small tables covered with cloihs carrying om a g r a d u a Uon llienie. As the guesls were sealed they were served desserts ot their choice from a menu. Tlie parly followed a practice session for graduation exercises. About 25 seniors attended. vÂ»lu*. See them now., "Â·"Â· Â·Â·'Â·'Â·' .uu, Olhcr Arttarved Sels from $M.Ofl Let Bernard Skibell, Schlom's Regis- tered Jeweler of the American Gem Society, show you the "heart" of your diamond in our exclusive new- style binocular "DIAMONDSCOPE." Know what the "i c's" of diamond value are. Slop by tomorrow for a private consultation in our modern diamond room. Remember Diamonds are our specialty. CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS Â· nchlom's 417 WASHINGTON AVE. - DIAL ED 2-fl5ll "Home of Mississippi's Most Complete Bridal Salon" Al Ihe King's Daughters and| Magnolias and day lilies bons luncheon held Thursday allwerc used in Ihe decoralions. ihe Greenville Counlry Club, of-JMrs. R. ]Â·'. Carllklge was over- ficcrs were installed by Mrs. all chairman for Ihe luncheon. J. R. llarlarul, past officer of the :circle. ; All officers were re-eleclcd. Mrs. Rufus Mock will serve I again as president; Mrs. W. E. Slokes. vice president; Mrs. Cy- ]rus Hipgs, secretary; Mrs. A B. Clinkscales, treasurer. Club Luncheon Honors Seniors The Greenville Country Club. was the scene Wednesday of n Acolytes will be William Birde a l c d luncheon honoring song Aivrue/, son c rcenville High School seniors, Frank Alvarez Jr. Uiss Lydia Vesl. Miss Ann Roc| Following the ceremony lluyc King and Miss Marilyn Hnuscr.; w [|| be a reception at the home of The Rev. J i m m i e McGce gave the invocation. LoRoy Percy, fund chairman Delta Democrat-Times __ Sunday, May ;_30,J 55 15 Plantation Party Fetes Greenville High Seniors A group of Greenville High Beckwilh, Joe Bennett, School seniors was enterlnincdiciiry Berry, Bill Buchamn, Al the conclusion of Ihe [ion. James Stark, accompai ed by Mrs. Dnvkt Turner al the jiiino, sang "Child of the King.' Miss Paine - - (Continued From Page 11) Sen-ing as best man will be Allen Ray Higens of Denver, a cousin of ihe groom. Ushers wil be the bride's cousin, Walter Baskin Reynolds, John Kane Dillo Jr. and Roberl Miller Jenkins Jr. I rVialli' ifor thc new hospital-wing build- Wednesday alternooi " S. ing project, reported on ,he pro-j ? rm.l bullet J5iven I. Wednesday afternoon at nn in- Tod Burrow, Robert Cunningham. Bob Fullon. Malcolm al Mount grcss of Ihe drive. D. A. Lingte, " ol| y Plantation on Lake Wash- hospital administrator also gtwel in 8 lon - H Â° sls w Â«Â« M r - and report on the hospital a c l i v i M r s - John H ' Cox and son lies and H. B. Crosby reported on the Bessie Taylor Home. Mrs. Mock expressed th* circle's appreciation to Ihe board A [ t e r luncl) '** 8'f's were John Cox III. Tables were covered wilh green and w h i l e paper cloths. members ot the hospital and Bessie J. Taylor Home tor their work in both organizations. Mrs. Mock pakl tribute to late members of the circle, Mrs. E. It. Banvick and Mrs. S. R. Gcise, who died this year. Other guests were Mrs. Lingle, Mrs. Percy and Paul Ward, The luncheon was served onJL'lf bride's gramlmolher, Mrs. represenlalive of Ihe Comrmmi- hc porch whe.e Ihe decorations' r h o r a n s Pickctt Re - vnoll3 5r a l i l ' ScrV1CS BurCilU Â°* A t l a n t a ' presented to holders of six lucky numbers as indicated by the numbers on Ihe back of Ihcir paper plntcs. In Ihe honored group were Miss Ethel Archer, Miss Sally Raskin. Miss Linda Campbel Miss Linda Deener, Miss Laura Huslis, Miss Linda Hall, Miss Mary Kcnnard Hawkins, Miss featured a green and white (lor-, 005 S ' Washington Ave. il cenlorpiece, white graclim- ion dolls and graduate silhou-' cttc placecards. About 20 guesls attended including Ihe honorces' mothers, Mrs. K. N. Vest. Mrs. Paul King and Mrs. Fred llauser. iGa. Church Women Honor Senior HOLLANDAI.E Tlie Pres- Bridal Party Honored At Country Club Brunch A662 SIZES 10-18 THE MOST CURRENT CUT s, clingy, yet mobile -- beauti- Araanti Original iar pattern. Send 50 cents right now for Couture Collection JO. ully achieved by a front and ack bias section in Printed Pattern AG62 by Ardanti. Swerved seaming creates the dividing line between straight and bias sections. The neckline slashed shoulder to shoulder, , ,,. , , . , , ., j I .u t Â» , ii. i, : nerly Circles ot the Lakeside and down the front to Ihe soft- * ,. , ,,, ,_ ,, . ... ,, Joint Meeting Held In Church LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - The Rebecca Bunker and Rosa Con ness of a bow. For warm days and nights, have your version n sluhbcd silk or crepe. Printed Paltem A66i' is available in Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 15, IS. Size 16 requires 3 yards 39-inch fabric. Send ONE DOLLAR for Printed Pattern A682 lo the Delta Democrat Times, Paltern Department, P. 0. Box 59. Old Chelsea Slalion, New York, N. Y. 10011. (Add 15 rents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling.) Please i Methodist Woman's Society of |christian Service held a joint meeting Tuesday in the Lakeside Methodist Church lo Inslall Mrs. DuVal Purkins installed he following: Mrs. Marvin -Oyd, president; Mrs. David .ivingston, vice president; Mrs. lames Cox, secretary; and Mrs. C. A. Cox Jr., treasurer. Others installed in various offices were Mrs. Carl Powell, Mrs. George KirTand, Mrs. Richard Moreau, Mrs. Henry DRESS with ZIP, STYLE NUM. BFR and SIZE. SEND TOR THE PREMIERE EDITION OF OUR COUTURE PATTERN COLLECTION - 57 of the world's most beautiful designer originals plus 50 cents FREE COUPON to apply lo any One Dol- T h e wedding parly, out of town guests and members of Anderson-Bridges wedding par- ly were enlerlained al a brunch Saturday al ihe Greenville Country Club, honoring Miss Malvinn Bridges nnd her fiance BuFonl Anderson of Sumner. Hosts for the r-vcnl were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Powers, Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Hwldleslon, Mrs. David Groome, Mr. and Mrs. Monty Payne. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young, Mr. and Mrs Eustace H. Winn. Also Mr and Mrs. Ralph Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marilyn Hall, Davis Wood andJBell, Dr. and Mrs. Eustace H. |winn Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenne bylerian Women of the Church entertained Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. W. Ivy Jr., with a luncheon honoring, Miss Vista Anne Harvey, Hollandale ligh School Senior. 'I'he luncheon table was cen ercd with an arrangement of gardenias in a silver container. Guesls attending were Sandra Wilson, Lynda Lee Ganier, Mrs. George Stock, Jr. Sisterhood Luncheon Held At Country Club The Sisterhood of Hebrew Union Temple held its annual spring luncheon Wednesday at the Greenville Country Club, Mrs. Bert Weiner, out going president, gave her retirement message. Mrs. William Fricd- of Ihe Youth Group. Edgar Minton played two of his original piano compositions. Rabbi Jacob Halevi gave the invocation and Ixmcdiction. Mrs. Maynard Wib.in and Mrs. Nalhan Goldslcin were in man gave the f i n a l report on the charge of arrangements for Ihe years Holland Bulb Project. luncheon. Mrs. Herbert Bri E n t e r t a i n m e n t featured nn ]was reservations chairman. original film produced and act-IMrs. J. Piltz ami Mrs. Barney by the Temple Youth Group Seligslcin were in charge of MX! presented by Fred Gordonldecoralions. Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. Wiley Mock, Mr. ami Mrs. LeRoy Percy, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sachs, Mr. ami Mrs. Clinton Luckelt, and Mrs. Wilson Ealhcrly. The buffet lable was coverec in white over a pink liner, centered with a crystal candelabra. Guests were tented at a U- iFiped laWe, and at the end of each section wns n lall crystal candelabra. At intervals along the table were nosegays of .sweetheart roses in epergnetles. Places were marked with tumblers holding miniature rosebuds and tulle. Approximately 65 attended. Harvey Home Party Scene HOLLANDALE - Mrs. Jimmy Harvey entertained her daughter, Vista Anne, Hollandale High School senior, witfc a Coke parly given on Monday morning at their home on Oak Court Drive. Plans were made for the decorations for the senior dance which will be held May 31, fol- ,owing graduation. Sandra Holloway, Miss Margaret Kellum, Miss Ann Roe King Miss Wamla McNeely, Miss Mary Kalherine Morphis, Miss Calhy Noel, Miss Lydia Vest, | Miss Alice Jean Whitfield, Miss' Josie Winn, Miss Cheryl Coving-, Ion, Miss Bonnie Robertson. Also Miss Sara Ann Milliken, diss Marsha Murphree, Miss Honey Hammond, Paul Allen. G r a h a m , William Griffin, Geru Holiman, Al King, Dee King, Bud Lafoc, Jimmy Mayer, (Danny Mayer, Bill McHenry, Joe Ray, Lamar Salchfield, Walter Starr, Claude Stuart, Bill Young, Wade Winemsn ami Sam Carroll. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. A. D. Brooks entertained members of her bridge club al luncheon and cards at Ihe Greenville Counlry Club. Regular players Â»re Mrs. C. H. Fullerton. Mrs. A. H. HendÂ«r- son, Mrs. Hugh Virden, Mrs. John Morson of Leland, Mrs. A. C. Davidson, Mrs. I. I. Pogue and Mrs. Georgo McMillan. Winner was Mrs. Davidson. I I A H N 10 ANTIQUE FIGURINES Comole'i Wo-liiSoo far Ofo.-n tl And f:oÂ»'Â« Jones Ceramic Studio MIS. JUAMIIA i. JONES ill Orlord. It. Pon. ID 9-1710 prinl plainly YOUR NAME, AD- Anlhony. Mrs. Mark Bennett, Mrs. Raymond Densmore, Mrs. H. R. Sessions and Mrs. J. H. Holloway. Afler the installation, a litany commilmcnt was said by the circles. A gift was presented to Mrs. Raymond Densmore, outgoing president. JOHL BERGMAN MID ^SUMMER SALE CONTINUES THEIR -BARGAINS GALORE! The invited guests were. Linda Lalham, Cherry Nell Smyly, Nell Jenkins, Davis Wood, Sharon McVay, Becky Wilson, Jan Wade, Palricia Dunaway, and Sandra Wilson. 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Lowes) Prices In History PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT" ONE GROUP ONE GROUP Â· ONE GROUP 15? 25? 50 I?" Values to *5c yd. Values to 1.49 yd. Values (o 1.93 yd. BOY'S DEPARTMENT BLUE JEANS Regular $2.98 Quality BOYS SHIRTS Values (o $2.M 50' 50' Swim Trunks Values to $2.49 Many More Closcout Hems At LESS THAN ONE-HALF PRICE lincludlng Ties, Bells and Etc. $|00 S|00 $100 1 " LITTLE GIRL'S DEPARMENT DRESSES $100 -famous "CINDERELLA" brand, now priced from Â· Swim Suits --Values lo $5.95 1 $100 50 C - M Many More Closeout Items At LESS THAN ONE-HALF PRICE Including Panties, Slips and Ecf. LUGGAGE DEPARTMENT One Big Group - Famous Brand LUGGAGE for men and women 25% off MILLINERY DEPARTMENT One Big Group Ladies Summer Hats Bags --now 98 up TWWITOWN GREENVILLE"
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