The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 17, 1960 · Page 12
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Dolfn Domocrnt-Tlmos 12 Sunday, July 17, '60 PARTY SERIES PLANNED FOR DELEGATES * * * · Local Hostesses To Welcome Guests A delightful series of soda events has been worked out by members of the reception com mitlee who will welcome delegates and their wives here to at tend t|ie annual session of t h o Mississippi Savings and L o a n League and the Home Loan Bank Board. The visitors will arrive in Greenville on Sunday afternoon remaining here until Tues day morning. Headquarters hava been set up at Holiday Inn. On the reception committee for the wives are Mrs. Marion Mo- Gougb, chairman, Mrs. Jere Nash Jr., Mrs. Robert Love, Mrs Lynn Harbison, Mrs. Seymour Simmons, Mrs. Gilda McCool Mrs, Edward Bogen, Mrs, R. A Blackmon, Mrs. Charles Mitchel and Mrs. Robert Thatcher. Informal Parly Scheduled The fjrst major social event Is n got acquainted party this after noon to be held in the home o Mr. and. Mrs. MeGough. Follow ing the modern decor of t h e home the reception rooms will feature line arrangements o| greenery. In the living room blue hydrangea will be featured. The refreshment table in the dining room will be covered with a beige linen cloth bordered in abstract design of blue and gold In the center of the table will be a handsome blue pottery container holding Bells of Ireland anc fruit in shades of green. Smorgasbord Planned Followir the inlcrmal hour ii the MeGough home the visitor wil be entertained at a smorgashori at the Salad Bowl. The party wil be held in the back dining room that overlooks the pool. The colorful smorgasboard (able will be centered by a crysta epergne holding tropjcaj fruits flowers and colorful candies anc cakes. Adding their notes of col or to the picture will b? salads, cheeses, meats and dcs serfs from which the guests ma) BEY-MAR Fabric Center make their selections. The room will be lighted by candles and centering the Ubles covered with cloths in the same shade as the blue of the pool will be miniature arrangements of summer flowers, repeating tha bright colors of the smorgasbord, Monday moning an informal coffee party will be held .In the lobby at Holiday Inn. This will be followed by shopping trips, bridge game; or » tour of t h C city. Lunch will be served at the Greenville Country Club and i program of song and piano music will be presented by Mrs. Norris Vest, Mrs. David Riddle, Mrs, Floyd Ingram, »nd Mrs. D« vid Turner, The luncheon tables, covered with white damask cloths will fen. ture arrangements of mixed garden flowers. Boat Party Scheduled Monday afternoon at ·) the group will assemble at the Greenville Yacht Club where eight large cruisers belonging to local business men will take them on a cruise pf the lake. These will be gaily decorated 03 a special welcome to the visitors. At 6:30 an informal social hour will bo held at the Greenville Country Club, Thii will be f^ lowed by dinner. The final event is I farewell coffee party that will be held in the lobby of Holiday Inn Tuesday morning. The convention is to be adjourned at 13:JO p.m., Sewing Circle Meets In Home St. Martha's Sewing Circle met recently in the home pf Mrs. T. C. Decareaux for its regular weekly meeting. The hostess opened 'he meet, ing with a prayer and the president, Mrs. John Tonos, presided. Stuffed toys for the Parish Fair were worked on during the afternoon. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. Decareaux. A social hour followed. Members attending were Mrs. Decareaux, Mrs. Tonos, Mrs. Rufgi Mock, Mrs, Jamei McCoy, Mrs. Frances Muffulelto, Mr* J. B, Roger«, Mrs. W. R. Leverelte, Mrs, William Little, Mrj. Elma Brocato, and special gyest, Mrs. lF!or«n« W. Davis. Offers Chance To Travel, Opportunities for travel will si-' ways be one of the main attractions of service life for Air Force career families, In one tour of overseas duty »lone, Mrs. Richard Nufer of M*S gp. chops office accompanied her Inuband, Ma], Nufer, to atrignrnenls at Mannheim, Germany, Rome, Italy, and Athens, Greece. Her reaction to these places was typical: "It w as wonderful." In Rome Ma], Nufer, who Is in Army ordnance, was nttached to the American embassy, headed «t that time by Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce. The Nufers both got to know the talented ambassadress through duty and social contacts. Also they met a number of other world famous people at embassy receptions. Ill* major, a native of Louisville, Ky., and his 'vife, Margaret, who is (ho daughter of Mrs. Rebecca Graham Clark of Cleveland nd Cia late Fred Clark, found heir European assignments to ' » a far cry from their home- iwns. But Margaret concludes ;erng the Europear cities and ireting the Pope in Rome and 10 King of Greece "is exciting, ut in retirement we will day- ream about travel memoriei !n Itssiislppi." Mississippi has been "home' ir Margaret's family for over our generations, with her great randfather Gen. Charles Clark, .arving as the state's governor uring the Civil War. Msj. Nufer is at present sta- oned in Saigon, Viet Nam, until December. Air Force Highland Club On Lake Washington Is Scene Of Bridge-Lunch WE STOCK . . , VOGUE PATTERNS PRESENTS CLASSIC PERFECTION IN,,. LENOX CHINA Your choice of gold or gleaming platinum Both of than gracefully slmpla fln» cWna pattern! ir« In perfect taste with any decor,., beautifully venalUa, h«rmo- nlous and timeless In their elegano. The simplicity of 24-k. gold bandj Claiitc bandt «f gleaming plall. against tho glowing (rantlucont numincirclttht richt'tntlucinl Ivory of Lenox. ivory body of Lenox. Me piece place Jilting (dinner, sa'ad, butter pfata, cup and saucer) 18.95 Highland Club on Lake Wash- ngton waj the sceno of a beau- iful bridge-luncheon given Wed- Hjsday by Mrs. Dudley Miller of lollandale for Miss Louisa Meek, bridMlect of William H. Loughran Jr., and the hostesses' daugh- er-in-law, Mrs. Dudley Miller, Jr, The club reception rooms were decorated with magnolia leave; and blossoms and the buffet tale featured a colorful arrangement of mid-summer flowers. Miss Meek wore a white casern- le featuring a double breasted sharkskin jacket and p l e a t e d skirt with white accessories. She was presented a gift in her chosen silver. Personally Speaking Vesleyan Guild To Meet Monday The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday evening, July 18, at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Jokerst, 121 Primrose in Terrace Gardens. Mrs, T. G. D ration will be cohostess. Included in the guest list were the honoree, Mrs. William Erwin Meek of Greenville, mother of tho bride-elect, Mrs, Charles Glower of Hollandale, aunt of the bride- elect, and Miss Carol Meek, sister of the bride-elect, and Mrs. George Stock Jr., Mrs. John Aldridge, Mrs. Robert Aldridge Jr., Mrs. William Borand Jr., Mrs. Hugh Ivy Jr., Mrs. Torrey Wood Jr., Mrs. Elie Gsnier Jr., Mrs. Buck Ford, Mrs. Hunter White, Mrs. Floyd Gilley, and Mrs. Charles Geddie, all of Hollandale, Mrs. Robert H. Lake, Mrs. Arthur Clarke, Mrs. Clarke Reed, Mrs. William Montgomery, Mrs. Gilbert Worth, Mrs. Barthell Joseph, Mrs. Frank Hall Jr., Mrs. Douglas Wynn, Mrs. Herbert H. Thompson, Mrs. Fort Ricketts, and Mrs. Al Watson, oil of Greenville, Mrs. Richard Slock. Mrs. Curtis Rutherford, Mrs. Rob Roy Fisher, Mrs. William McKamy Jr.. ajxl Mrs, Harper Myres, all of Glen Allan, Mrs. Chares B. Miller of Cleveland, Mrs. Charles Burnett of Filter and Mrs. William McKamy Sr., of Lake Washington. 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