The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 16
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 16

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
Page 16
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First Methodist Kindergarten Holds Spring Sharing Program The weekday kindergarten of walkers, a liun lamer, lions, elc-iJim Allen and Brenda Ham- phanls and seals performing, a |mcrs; "George Washington" balloon man with giant balloons : and "There are Many Flags," j l h e Firsl Methodist Church I l i a d a spring sharing piogram {Thursday evening in the fellowship hall of Ihe church. Mrs. Charles Blanks, director, introduced Mrs. George Causey, superintendent of ele- mcnl.iry education. Mrs. Causey talked to the parents about Ihe pro-school program in the public schools and showed the ; workbooks the children would be using. Mrs. William Griffin presented her Kindergarten II class in a medley of songs and finger plays. At the close of their pro gram they marched from the ! stage playing rhythm inslru- THIS four-year-old group dcc- oraled the lower front of Ihc :slnge using characters from j their circus theme which they had just completed. These included a barker, light rope R. F. Seniors Entertained ROLLING FORK - The Rolling Fork senior dance, held from ten to two, at the Rolling Fork Community House Friday night was attended by young people from over the South Delia. A colonial garden party was the theme, with a colonial mansion back drop covering one wall. Plants and magnolia tree ·ere used in the garden in front (he stone fence and stars twinkled from tlw ceiling. Post lanterns illuminated the garden for dancing. The Knights of I.e land played for dancing during the evening. The refreshment table was covered in dark green cenlcrct with arrangements of magnolias. A swimming party was hel( the Rolling Fork swimming pool following the dance. atld clowns made of pa|wr plates. Children in the group were Kim Aldridgc, .loc lilack, Tracey Drown, Rocky Cothran, Chris Dowd, Johnny Galalas, Guy Lindsay, Ricky Marsh, Jenny Purlin. Pam Sumrall. The Kindergarten I class, under the direction of Mrs. Charles Aldridge uml Mrs. Walter Lindsay, gave a program on "Songs of the Seasons." The gro'.ip had decorated the stage with four trees depicting the seasons of the year. Each child wore a costume which carried out the theme of his song. These included "Halloween Time," Lori Rcnfroe; "Autumn Frolic' Janet Ruch and Mischa Harper; "Gobble. Gobble, Gobble' Harvey Davis; * * * '0 COME Little Children," Fddie Rennick; "Pretty Little Valentine" and "Valentine," ,1issy Dillard; "Little Bunny,' Anne Williams and Debbie Fior- nnelli, "Flower Song." Melissa rhomas and Cindy Sewcli; 'The Farmer," Jim Cothran; 'Funny Clown," Dwane Newman; "All By Myself" and 'Farewell Song," by all the children, Color slides and movies whid had been taken of the children' activities throughout the year were s!xwn. Dr. N. J. Golding dismissed the group with prayer. Refresh ments were served from two lea tables which carried out 111 circus theme. Mrs. N. E. Wingate made the centerpieces us ing miniature (recs placed on mirrors. Mrs. Alfred Lane assisted in serving. VFW Ladies Auxiliary Installs New Officers The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Post No. 4486, held im installation dinner Tuesday evening at the Town Hmife Reslauranl. Outgoing presidenl, Mrs. William Lindsay, installed the following officers: Mrs. Johnny T. Watson, presidenl; Mrs. Charles Ventura, senior vice president; Mrs. Doyce Williams, chaplain; Mrs. W. A. Tanksley, guard; Mrs. Claude Richard, treasurer; Mrs. Herman Ventura, secretary. * * * FOLLOWING the installation, a regular business meeting was held. The club's project, the beautificnlion of the roadside park on Highway 87 W., was discussed by the committee. Mrs. Claude Richard is project chairman. Members voted to 1929 Class Reunion Held' At Indianola Country Club INDIANOLA-The 1929 gradu- ting class of the Indianola igh School held its 36th class cunion with a dinner meeting t the Indianola Country Club. David Quinn, master of cere- nonies, welcomed the guesls nd introduced the members of he class and former teachers. Following the dinner an elec- Holiday Inn Lunch Scene The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Brasinglon of Leland, enter- ained the Presbyterian Delta ministers and their wives at a imcheon at the Holiday Rcslau rant. Preceding the luncheon the visitors assembled at the Bras inglon home for an informal coffee. Table decorations were lion of officers was held and Mrs. George Pickcns was clecl- ed president, a place she had held during the four high school years; David Quinn was elected vice president; and Mrs. Floyd Weeks, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Pickens presented amus ng gifts to Miss Agnes Carroll Miss Mary Tom Pearson and )avid Quinn for their long serv ice in Iheir chosen professions. Members and their guests at tending were David Quinn anx Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Kenl Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs, George Pickens, Miss Ag nes Carroll, Miss Mary Tom Pearson, Mrs. Floyd Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tindall of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs James Corder. Teachers present were Mrs Louise Duncan, Mrs. A. F. Pea son Sr., Mrs. Tom Pitts and make a contribution to the Su vnlion Army for Iheir playground project. Golden poppies and ivy were used in (he table decorations, and gift corsages of golden poppies were presented lo the incoming president and the install ing officer. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Lindsey was presented a past president's pin by the incoming presidenl, Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Charles Ventura gave Ihc closing prayer. blue and the appointments were white. Attending were Dr. and Mrs. Richard liolling and the Rev. and Mrs. Lee Gentry of Cleveland; the Rev. and Mrs. James Page of Indianola; the Rev. ami Mrs. Eade Anderson, Miss Jinny Smilht of Greenwood and George Truly, all of Greenwood. Also the Rev. and Mrs. Alex Whitaker of Ilia Bena; the Rev. John Eddy Hill of Shelby; and the Rev. and Mrs. T. Robert Fulton of Greenville. Mr. Pitts aad Joe Green and Mrs. The look to follow the sun in... Verve Soft oval eyerfhaping or a dramatic round eye -- all part of a fabulous new sun s co.llection. I f J NEED EXTRA CASH? Sell your no longer needed household goods with a Classified Ad Jiol (.5-1155) today. FASHION A LA CREPE is the keynote of this soft bouquet print by Puritan Forever Young. The gently jileated skirt allows that light and airy movement for just the right feeling for spring. 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