The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 17, 1960 · Page 14
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Delta Democrat'T)m«i H Sunday, July 17, 'CO the riding-type mower, for example. Tliis is supposed _ ..... . lo reduce the lawn culling job speedy radishes make excellent to about 30 minutes. And 1( you ' have an electric border trimmer, markers and won't bother the! By the time you nee* you can do in six minutes-- Ihink tllc space taken by [lie radishes! ot that-- what normally requires you can add them to your salad. two hours. So you've saved 3'^ hours an the average 60 foot by :oot dawn. MISS BEVERLY ANN PONDER Miss Beverly · Ponder And Holland Shaw To Wed In August Rites LAUREL -- Mr. and Mr. Ar-.erly Ann, to Rolland Hugh Shaw, thur Thaddcus. Ponder announce son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland the engagement and approach/ng'Shaw of Greenville, marriage of their daughter, Bev- The bride-elect Is the granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs. Wiliam Dallas Ates of this city and the lata Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Ponder of Jones County. ihe is a graduate of the George S. Gardiner High School, Laurc and Mississippi College, Clinton, where she served as president ol the Cap and Gown Society. She also held offices in other college iroups, including Alpfu Chi, scholastic fraternity; Delta Omicron, nternalional music fraternity; :he Tribal Players, Nenamoosha Social Tribe and the Women's Student Government Council. Miss Ponder was listed in "Who's Who n American Colleges and Universities" and her picture appeared n the Mississippi College annual on successive years as the Most Talented and the Most Versatile. the Mrs. Bogy Entertains Church Group EUDORA, Ark. -- Mrs. S. W. Harper was in charge of the program entitled Christian Leisure, when members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Scott Memorial Methodist Church met Tuesday afternoon at home of Mrs. Clyde Bogy. Mrs. Harper read scripture selections from Isaiah 30 and offered the opening and closing prayer. She was assisted in the program presentation by Mrs. W. C. Carrothers, Mrs. Carroll Gambill and Mrs. L. H. Meyer. Hymns used during the meeting were The Christian Life and Walking in the Light. Miss Sandra Bogy provided the piano accompaniment. Others attending were Mrs. Z. V. Freeman, Mrs. W. W. Norrell, Mrs. W. R. Jones, Mrs. L. L. Lipe. Mrs. W. T. Bone, Mrs. M. R. Gibbs, Mrs. B. J. Joseph, Mrs. E. L. Warren, Mrs. Sara Hall, Mrs. L. E. Gillespie, Mrs Raymond Densmore, Mrs. R. A. Lingo, Mrs. P. C. Reasons, Mrs, W. 0. Hazelbaker and Mrs. Bogy. The hostess served delicious refreshments at the conclusion o! the program. HoW mux'li time do you spend lending your lawn? How much t i m o ' a r e you wasting? Those, of us who enjoy gardening don't fsel we're wasting any time. On the other hand, to bo fair about it all, a company that makes powor equipment comes up with a bold gott or just sit nnd do nothing. The common, ugly toad is a good friend lo havq in your garden. Agriculturists estimate that! every twtd Is worth JIMO. The figure is based on tho destruction caused by cutworms lo crops in three months. Hie load diet instatement that Iho average Amer-.cludes many other destructive in- icon householder wastes three 1 hours or more every week Inking care of his greenery. Get your slide rule and figure how you compare with this average homeowner who requires at least four hours to mow and sects that como within reach of the frog's fast, sticky tongue. We've read that a tond will eat 90 rose bugs faster than you can say 50 per cent wetlable DDT 37 times, and 30 celery caterpillars, adults at that, in less than Ul »«" manicure his property. Now, if;three hours. you used equipment powered by: gasoline or electricity, you could If you have trouble keeping do the job In one - quarter the track of some tiny flower seeds that germinate slowly, plant an occasional radish seed every few 1 feet along the (lower row. The time. Take Let's go on. An electric hedge trimmer permits you lo shave a 100-foot hedge on all sides in Some plants treated with sound 100 waves arc reported lo have increased Iheir growth by as much as 40 per cent. Pennsylvania State College includes among the sound-conscious varieties tapioca 30 minutes without a single blis-'and sweet potato, ter. The hand job requires four! hours and two sore hands. j That's not a l l . With accesso-! ries, the riding-mower, i/ i 1 1 seed your ground, sweep leaves, lorlitize, aerate, and tote stuff from here to there. This manufacturer also insists that when you complete a job with power equipment you are almost as fresh as when you began. Aboard a r i d i n g mower you can relax and rest for (he next job ahead, with plenty of time and ambition left to tackle more creative gardening projects--or go swimming or play Personally Speaking Miss Sara Barry ar-jtl her friend Mrs. Lee are in San Francisco this week preparing lo sail for Korea. Miss Barry has spent her sabbatical leave in Benoit with her family nnd returns Jaycettes Hold Meet In Home The regular meeting of the Greenville Jaycetles was held in the home of Mrs. Charles N. Wasson Tuesday night with Mrs. Joe King as co-hostess. Mrs. Neal Hobart presided over t h e business meeting d u r i n g which committee reports were given and current projects were discussed. Mrs. James Webb was named as chairman of a committee which will sponsor a film on Cancer Education in (lie near ture. fu- [n addition, she was accompanist for the concert choir. Her fiance, a graduate of the Greenville High School, also ceived his degree from Mississippi College this spring. He served as president of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, music fraternity, and was a member of the Concert Choir and Band. Mr. Shaw grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Waller Lottimore Neal of Webster County and the late Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Vernon Shaw of' Eupora. The wedding will be solemnized on August 28 at 3:00 p. m. at Ihe Magnolia Street Baptist Church in Lsurel. . mission field In Korea. Mrs. Lee, whose home is in Korea, has been studying in the States. A group of Greenvillians left Friday morning lo visit Judge and Mrs. Bun Thomas in Daytona Beach, Fla. In the party were Mrs. Percy Bell Sr., Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Alberl Lake. They joined Mr. and Mrs. Rob erf Whitfield who left Greenville ; | Thursday morning. After the business session, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Marion Mullin was welcomed as a new member. Allend- j i n g the meeting were; Mrs. Charles N. Wasson, Mrs. Joe King, Mrs. Sam Greco, Mrs. George Weathers III, Mrs. Ed Goodwin, Mrs. 0. G. Touchstone, Mrs. Mack Monney, Mrs. David Wilson, Mrs. Eddie Jeter, Mrs. James Webb, Mrs. Paul Mauceli, Mrs. Dick Pacheco, Mrs. C. H. James and Mrs. Neal Hobart. Presbyterian Women Hold Meeting EUDORA, Ark. - The Prcsby- terian Women of tho Church met Tuesday afternoon nt the Church for a study of the book ot Jamos under tho guidance of Mrs. E. H, Thach. Mrs. C. fi. Bowman was hostess «t the meeling. Mrs. A, I. Haley recognized Mrs, W. W. Grubbs, Mrs. E. V. Overton and Mrs, John Serio us having perfect attendance record during the contest between the Red and Blues which began February 9 and was concluded with the last meeting Jn June. The Reds won by one point. Mrs. W. W. Grubbs was In charge of the discussion in the "Let's team About," period. The meeting was opened with the group repenting the Lord's Prayer. Other's attending were Mrs. Robert Vlnlng, Mrs. E. V. Over- ton, Mrs. Woodson H»ys, Mr«. J.,Mrs. Oi'irles Griffith, Jr. H. Almmtcr, Mrs. Johny S«rIO,JMrs. H. F. Scott ANNUAL,, HALF 1 PRICE 'ORANGE'FLOWER JTEXTURE'LOTION x SKIN FRESHENER 'for ier»»l «r »llr ·*!«' *v --.. -- -- -- -··· -- · -- . ler dry or »«rm«l »kl». A et»li' L4Y«i)ir.t]«U), n\n n- (rnr«nt lotleq ih«t {».«, w fr«im«it,.,r«im« « flnci, tntllturlitl . . , to iltt ?1» oil ... itlmnl»tw . . , l * petal frtih complexion, » 01. ikln roir, r«d!«nl! tl Rej. H.OO, now Jui , . B«r. M-00, row jolt tl.Oft.' D O R O T H Y G R A Y TWO GREAT STORES 325 Washinstoa Ave. Phong ED 2-7291 Thoirms Shopping Ccnfcj Phono ED 3-H24 MISS CAROLYN ANN MARTIN Miss Carolyn Martin To Become Bride Of William W. McKee Jr. UMATILLA, Ha. - The engagement of Miss Carolyn Ann Martin and William Wells McKee, Jr., was announced at a tea Wednesday at Ihe home of her parents Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Malcolm Martin Jr., of Umatilla. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wells Me Kee of Clarksdale. Miss Martin is the graddaugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Martin of A t l a n t a and the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cate of Chattanooga, Tenn. She received her early nlucntion In the schools of Atlanta and Cleveland, Tenn. She attended tha University of Tennessee and has been employed in Atlanta for the past two years. Mr. McKee is Ihe grandson of Mrs. Albert Lee McKee and the late Mr. McKee of Greenville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Priestley of Vicksburg. He received his early education in Clarksdale was graudated from tho Georgia Institute of Tech nology this past June. He is a member of the Sigma Nu social fraternity and was commander of the Alpha Gamma Chapter this past year. He is now employed by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation in Bethlehem, Pa. The couple plan a late August wedding in the First Presbyterian Church of Umatilla, Florida. DOCTOR Dorothy Brant Chiropractor ~ Telephone ED 2-883S Leyser Bldg. H ao answer dial ED (-MM JOHL BERGMAN'S Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Uffelman Jr., and daughter, Ellen, of Nash-i! ville are house guests of Mr.ll and Mrs. George McMillan onf South Main. Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Golding are attending the Southeastern Jurisdictions! Conference July 13-17 at Lake Junaluska, N. C. Dr. Gold- j ing is a delegate from the North j Mississippi Annual Conference. Your Portrait . . . The Most Personal Gift LARSON Photographers Pfwn* 2-8412 Watch On The Opening Of A Completely New READY-TO-WEAR DEPT. in our store. · C o m p l e t e S e l e c t i o n s · N e w S t y l e s · N e w D e s i g n e r s JOE KATZ ENTIRE STOCK Women's Summer Shoes DRASTICALLY REDUCED! All White And White Combinations IBIS, PASTEL BLUE, PASTEL PINK GERANIUM, BONK Price Made Up Of These Famous Name* DELISO DEBS -- ACCENTS RHYTHM STEPS 0\E GROUP PATENT SHOES P R I C E SUMMER FLATS And ITALIAN SANDALS ?».95 VALUES FURTHER REDUCE!) 95 SUMMER CASUALS UP TO $14.95 VALUES 95 A L L S A L E S C A S H A N D F I N A L Johl Bergman 343 Washington Ave. in (jnenrtlle ED 2-7583 The wise woman shopper looks ahead and if you visit Bev Mnc Fabric Center in Safeway Shopping Center you will find that many Delta women are looking far ahead -- toward Autumn. Shipments of cool weather materials are already on display and in perfect surroundings you may take your time and make your selections. The new fall pattern books have arrived, Ti, Vofiue, McCall, Modes Royal and Simplicity. Comfortable chairs arc to be found at Bcv Mar Fnhric Center so t a k e a morning off and go out with tablet and pencil. In just a short time you will find that you have chosen school end college dresses for the girls and just the costume that will make your first club meeting or luncheon a success. Turn then to the materials; dnrk cottons, woolen blends, corduroys, in prints or solids. Before you know it the patterns and the materials will be laid out. Then to the trimmings -- Bov Mar Fnnu-ic Center makes a specialty of these. And don't forget zippers and thread. AH your autumn sewing needs will bo solved for you at Bcv Mar Fabric Center. Did you know that Farnsworlh's is connected with the National Bridal Service? Through this service you can get the best the nation hns to offer in every phase of wedding planning. And at Farnswortli's are persons trained to give you the best advice no matter whether the wedding is to be of the small home or chapel variety or a tremendous affair. It all begins of course with the engagement ring. Let Palmer Farnsworth help you there. He is a graduate gemologist and can give you expert advice on - - · - choosing the stone and its mounting. Then comes the selection of china and silver and crystal -- in these fields too you will find at Farnsworth s experts trained to assist you. The store carries the most beautiful and complete stock in wedding needs to be found in the Delta. For your selection will be brought out flat silver in patterns new and old, china from America and European manufacturers and crystal that tells its own story of fragile elegance and beauty. Yes, Fnrnsworlh's is wedding headquarters. The Salad Bowl Smorgasbord, held each Friday night, is attracting not only local people and tourists who happen in, but people from all parts of the trade area are taking advantage of the delicious food and charming atmosphere. It's become quite the thing for women .from neighboring towns to spend the afternoon shopping and then be met by their husbands at the Salnd Bowl for the Smorgasbord. There's something about the Friday night atmosphere at the Salad Bowl that makes a real party of just dining out. Perhaps its the music and the flowers and I know that the food displayed to perfection on long tables play a part, but then too, its the company in which you find yourself Not only will you see your close friends, members of your bridge or study club but friends from across the river or down the highway. Yes, dining at the Salad Bowl on Friday night is a joyful experience. Transition cottons are being featured at Gail's this weak. Stop in and find the perfect frock for traveling or for those first cool days that we will soon be welcoming. Gail's has a full selection of charming autumn styles. Whether you prefer the year 'round shirtwaist frock bouffant skirt or sheath, or a two piece variation you will find it at Gail's. At this time the frocks can be found in all styles and sizes. The materials are charming too and you will find them in solids, floral patterns or plaids. And there are transient cottons for small fry too. These come in quaint styles that suit the lady with a pony tail or plaits. The dresses are fashioned with box pleated or slim skirts. And their dark colors are ideal for car or plane trips and for mountain resorts where cool winds call for something more than a sun suit. If you lay in a supply oJf these transition cottons for yourself and your daughter, you will find the first days of fall are a joy with no "what to wear" problems. Perfume is not just a special occasion part of good grooming, according to Diamond Brown of the Merle Norman Shop. "It's another dimension of loveliness for every woman and she should never forget it." This season Merle Norman has created this special dimension of loveliness in something new and exciting. Go by the Merle Norman Shop and let Diamond or one of her helpers introduce you to "Impact", "Constantly", "Tulaire" and "Jolly Sin", four fragrances that you won't forget. They are haunting fragrances that come in charming containers. The colognes in these four fragrances are created to be sprayed on, the perfume is then touched to pulse spots, the crooks of elbows, wrists or temples nd behind the ears. An added note of fragrance is the tiny mist container that fits into your bag and this makes it possible for you to renew your chosen fragrance as you renew your lipstick. Fragrance is made to surround you with an aura that is especially you, so visit the Merle Norman Shop and make your selection from the four charmers that are being introduced this summer for, fragrance and you. And there is one item that the Greenville shopper can't do without and that's a subscription to the Delta Democrat-Times. In its pages can be found national, international, state and county news. Greenville merchants announce their big sales and special features in its pages. A copy of the paper will help you plan your shopping tour of Greenville, so no time will be wasted. Special parking areas have been arranged to take care of your car while you are on tour so call the Delta Democrat- Times, ED 5-1155 and, and arrange for tha paper to ba delivered each evening at your door. .

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