The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 18, 1960 · Page 3
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Greenville, Mississippi
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Monday, July 18, 1960
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Miss Betty Harrison Becomes The Bride Of Lt. James F. Hopson Wedding rites for Mis* Betty Carole Harrison and Lt. Jamas Franklin Hopson were solemnized in double ring ceremonies July 13 at 3 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, with Rev. A. C. Bishop, pastor. Trinity Methodist Church, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grover Harri son of Greenville and the granddaughter oi the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Langtord of Yazoo City and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Harrison of Greenville. The groom h the son of Mr. find Mrs. Richard Hopson ol Monticello, Fla., and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs, Henry H. Hopson oi Monticello and Mr. and Mrs. James Yawn of Tifton, Fla. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a stree^ length dress of white nylon lace over taffeta with matching jack et featuring long sleeves an c self-covered buttons on the jack ct. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held in place by a seei pearl crown. She carried a bou mjct of white roses, centered with a white orchid, with satin streamers caught with the bride's ma'ornal grandmother's wedding band. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Emmet A. Nichols HI of Starkville, wlio wore a pink nylon and lace dress with matching accessories and carried a bou quet of pink sweetheart roses. Attending the groom as best man was Lt. Jcrdy A. Wright Jr. Don Harrison, brother of the 3ride, was an usher. The altar was decorated will gladioli and chrysanthemums. Mrs. James Dunn presented £ program of nuptial music and accompanied Lynn Fallen, vocal ist, who sang "Tha Lord's Pray r." The bride's mother wore white silk two-piece dress with matching accessories and a cor sage of white roses. Out-of-town guests preseni were Miss Ann Marsh of Green wood, Miss Sarah Nell Trusty o Water Valley, Mrs. C. A. Warren cousin of the bride of Maurepas La.., Mrs. William L. Langford aunt of the bride, of New Or leans, I-a., and Mr. and Mrs. Em melt A. Nichols II[ of Starkville For traveling the bride wore a beige silk dress with white acces sories and the orchid from hei bridal bouquet. Following a wedding trip to thi Gulf Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Hopson will live In Slarkvillc. Miss Patterson Is Honoree At Party Given In Winona WINONA -- Continuing the ries of parties given in honor of Miss Jean Patterson bride-elect of Robert Edward Lancaster ol Greenville, a major social even I was a shower tea Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Frank Carwile. In the receiving line were the BEY-MAR Fabric Center "Home of Fine Fabrics 1 ' 1AFEWAV SHOPPING CEN1EI WE STOCK . . . VOGUE PATTERNS Iwnoree, Miss Patterson, Mrs. Monis Lancaster Sr. of Greenville mother of the groom-elect, Mrs Rayford Patterson, mother of tht bride-elect, and Mrs. Carwile. S u m m e r f l o w e r s i n white pottery bowls were used in decorating throughout the reception rooms. A mass arrangement of petunias in a pink glass container centered the table on which gifts were displayed. Focal point of the decorations was the table at which the guests registered which was centered with a huge bride doll. In the dining room the tabl was covered with a cloth o white lace and centered with i crystal punch bowl, surroundec by a wreath of white verbena NCO Wives Club Meets In Bell Home Mrs. John Rollins turned over :he president's gavel in the NCO Wives' Club to Mrs. Charles Ryals, formerly clw'j vice president, at a coffee in the home of Mrs. Jasper N. Bell. Mrs. Rolling is leaving soon for Chanute AFB, III., with her husband and family. Other club members leaving soon and presented club bracelets at the coffee were Mrs. Paul Timlin, going to Sheppard AFB, Tex., and Mrs. R. G. Young, to Perrin AFB, Tex. Mrs. Bell was given a gift in crystal for her interest in t h e wives' club. She and Co!. Bell will be leaving in about a month for James Connally AFB, Tex., where the colonel will later sume command. Assisting Mrs. Bell servo the club members and guests was Mrs. Rollins. The serving table, covered in pink linen, was centered with an arrangement o greenery and pinV carnations around a table fountain. Attending the coffee were Mrs L. M. Siminglon, Mrs. Floyd Hubbard, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. John Rollins, Mrs. R. G. Young, Mrs. W. H. Shattuck, Mrs. James Gardner, Mrs. Charlie Ryals, Mrs. Paul Brinkman. Mrs. Robert Dods, Mrs. Ken;th Rines, Mrs. Allan L. Peters, rs. Rober! Kennison, Mrs. Lee ackman, Mrs. Celso Sandoval, rs. C. J. Anderson, Miss Nell uckley, Mrs. Patrick L. Puck- t, Mrs. Eugene McMahon. Mrs. Marion F. James, Mrs. )on Helsabeck, Mrs. Paul Tim n and Mrs. James Polk. Personally Speaking S c o 111 e Lyons of Jonesboro rk., is a Williams. 2 oui of «5 buy insurance through an Independent Agent Ai ^pendent insurance agent is free to choose the right insurance for you from hundreds of policies available. He helps you collect claims. He's always ready to serve you. He selects your insurance from only the strongest, most reliable companies. He keeps you informed of new developments that mean better protection. So, be sure. Look for this seal before you buy insurance. Only an Independent Agent Can Display This Seal Bergman, Fin/ay Starling INSURANCE 132 N. Broadway Dial ED 2-HM guest of Mary Louise Chrysanthemums Color To Fall Gardens Lovely pompon type chrysanthemums-- Phlox and crepe myrtle, zinnias and marigolds are in full bloom n Delta gardens, but the forward coking gardener is cultivating chysanthemums plants or prepar- ng beds for them as they must 30 in now, if autumn bloom is wanted. It r s not too late, but it soon will be, so get your chrysanthemum plants into the ground and make your gardens as beau-; tiful this autumn as they were in tha Spring. In many ways chrysanthemums provide the answer to every gardener's dream. They offer a Although chrysanthemums are Auxiliary To VFW Holds Meet The Greenville Memorial Auxil iary to Veterans of Foreign Wari, Post Number 4-186 held its rcgu- !ar July meeting in the Post Home. Mrs. Bud Robinson, president, presided at the meeting opened with prayer by the chaplain protem, Mrs. Eddie Pruden. Mrs. George Williams, served as secretary. Mrs. H. P. Cochran served i patriotic instructor. Names of six new prospective members were presented by various members of the Auxiliary and it was unanimously voted that they be accepted. It was reported that the sale of Greenville Summer Carnival tickets had been very successful and Mrs. Robinson, president, praised the good work of the chairman, Mrs. Howard Fisher. Mrs. Robinson reported that Greenville Memorial Auxiliary had won $235.00 in the Grand awards of the Community Club Awards Contest and that 24 members of th^ Auxiliary and some persons who had assisted the Auxiliary had attended the Community Club Asvards Dinner. The Auxiliary also won second place on a per member basis. Mrs. Robinson praised those who had worked on this project. The meeting adjourned with prayer the next regular easy to grow and si/jip!c to care . for, the following points should be taken into consideration: Where To Plant Chrysanthemums should be in full sunshine all day. A southern exposure is ideal for them. Soil should be fertile and well rained. Watering and Fertilizing Generally, rainfall in most ar- as give chrysanthemums enough meeting to be held on Tuesday, Speaking Personally OES To Meet Tuesday Night The local Order of the Eastern Star will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Elcy! and their two sons of Washburn, Wis., have been visiting in the home of Mr. Elcy's sister, Mrs. L. R. Flinn, and Mr. Flinn, Metcalfe. Trinity Guild Is Entertained Wesleyan Service Guild of Trinity Metliodist Church met recently with Mrs. J. M. Bennett. Mrs. G. B. Lewis, president, offered the opening prayer and presided over the meeting. Mrs. W. L, Boone gave the devotional and Mrs. G. A. Vanderford was in charge of the program. Mrs. P. R. Nelson read her financial report. The August meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. G. B. Lewis on the second Monday. Mrs. Bennett served refreshments at the close of the business session. Attending were, Mrs. Claude Bailey, Mrs. P. R. Nelson, Mrs. Milton Haden, Mrs. W. L. Boone, Mrs. G. A. Vanderford, Mrs. J. B. Nelson, Mrs. A. choice of ors, a rainbow of bold col- House guests this past week o Irs. H. L. Wetherbee were Mrs. George Krisle of Knoxvillc and yellow, purple, bronze, pink or rfrs. Jack Hudgins of Memphis. Vhile here the group enjoyed a shing trip on Lake Chicot, vhere they were joined by Jack [udgins of Memphis. a variety of forms and sizes, and produce beautiful flowers with a very minimum of care. Choose from shades of red, orange, white. . .choose small round pom- pons'or large 4 inch decoratives.. whatever your desire, there probably Is a variety of chrysanthemums available to fulfill it. vater. In the event of long dry erkxJs or it plants appear to need water, a slow stream of wat- r should be applied to moisten but not soak the soil. Chrysan hemums should never be allow! to wilt. Fertilizer should be appliet about 4 weeks after planting. A 50-5 fertilizer should be u s e d vith about I to l"/4 Ibs. needed per 100 square feet. Fertilize should be cultivated and watere Designing Woman By EUZADETH HILLYER SURPRISE CORNER NTRODUCES NEW 'RACTICAL FEATURES The dainty dining corner looks is if It were designed for noth- ng more serious than late afternoon lingering, tea-for-two style. Phe smart f u r n i t u r e and the shimmering, flower-sprinkled g l a s s vail and table top create that mpression, and the floor Is of wood, light cherry banded in walnut. But the acual corner is a practical spot in a work-a-day kitchen. The glass wall was erect- and greenery. Miss Patterson wore a blue cotton dress trimmed in lace with white accessories and a shoulder bouquet of white carnations. She was presented a piece of china in her chosen pattern. Approximately 65 attended. uly 26, 1960. Mrs. Bud Robinson served as ostess for the social that fol- iwed. i Those attending were: Mrs. ud Robinson, Mrs. George Willams, Mrs. Clyde Mabry, Jr. Irs. Eddie Pnulen, Mrs. James . Orsi, Mrs. Mayo E. Jackson, ,1rs. H o y t Vaughn, Mrs.i Charles Gentry, Mrs. Johnny | Vatson, Mrs. Robert C. Hackett, Mrs. L. E. Thornton, Mn. C. C. Bishop, Mrs. G. D. Lewis, Mrs. A H. Garner, Mrs. Walter Ely and Miss Mitchell Finch. Delta Democr^.Ttme* Monday, July '00 3 Home Builders Group Has Ladies' Night At Blue Flame Lodge Annual Ladies' Night was ob- cd the guests with an informal served Thursday by the Green- after dinner speech. villc Home Builders' Association. Hosts for the outing at the Blue Flame Lodge on Lake Ferguson were Mississippi Valley Gas Co. and its manager, Jesse V. Nichols, and Baird and Co. and its president, Frank Baird. Guests assembled during the late afternoon hours for water sports and later enjoyed a barbecue supper at the Lodge. Guest speaker for the evening was Riley Munday, personnel director for Misceramic Tile Co. of Cleveland. Munday entertain-. Men's Garden Club Holds July Meet The Men's Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting recently in the home of the president, Charles Van Norman, on Fairview. Guest speaker was Miss Ruth Crosby who showed slides and discussed lighting of gardens at night. Refreshments were served buffet style. Approximately 15 members were present. Seated at the head table with . the speaker were President George Abide of the Homo Builders' Association, who introduced the speaker, and Bruno Tub- ertini, who was in charge of ths program. The banquet tables were cov- ired with white damask cloths. A mass arrangment of yellow ladioli in a crystal epergne on head table was the focal »int in the decorations. Approximately 100 attended. · *** XA · i Oil «ai*B|»lo n' WE SELL IT ^Quality Automobile , Insurance' at Iqw cost II you area careful driver, you can get the monay-saving benefits ot this now packaga policy with continuous protection, payable every six monlhi; Immed'aU daKveiy of policy: fast-fair cralmi service; written In on · of Am erica 'steading companies indemnity Insurance Company of North America. Ask Uf about the low ratei, R. H. LAKE AGENCY 114 I. F.pTor ptveni ID 4-9091 ed to screen an area for a wash Ing machine and dryer. The furniture, of course, is o hardy metal with plastic - cover ed cushions, so easy to care for The table top builds in place mat. just as the wall is patterned -sheets of glass laminate sandwich - fashion to capture the colorful flower designs permanently between them. Nothing could be simpler to clean, and because it is structural, safety glass, it has the extra sturdiness needed for a kitchen. Easy-to-install blocks of fine hardwoods have a remarkable new finish which makes wood floors practical for kitchens. The finish makes t h e wood waterproof and resistant to fruit and alcohol stains, grease and ink. Furniture and heels can't scuff it. (From a kitchen designed by Maytag. Glas-wich Insect Enemies The chrysanthemum aphid i !he most frequently encountered nsect enemy- This species is eas ily distinguished from other ap hids by its chocolate brown co or. They are generally foun clustered on terminal shoots ant undersides of leaves. Chry santhemum aphicls continuall drain plant juices and not onl cause plant disfigurement bu may eventually cause the deal by Dearborn Glass in Orienta Flow design by Denst and Soder lund. Wood-Mosaic floor.) Mrs. A. G. "My living room draperies have a modern pattern of large blocks and scrolls, which is printed in metallic gold, turquoise green, coral, black and beige on white. A sample of the fabric is enclosed. The nig. the sofa and one chair are the same green, the other chairs are coral and gray and the fireplace is of gray stone. Please suggest a new color for the walls, which a r e now white. The room gets plenty of light." When colors are as bright in as bold a pattern as they are in your draperies, the best wall color is a neutral or a very pale lint of one of the brighter colors. D. Pace, Mrs. H. P. Cochran, Mrs. Claude Richard, Mrs. Berkey Knowles, Mrs. Roscoe Parkerson, Mrs. John H. Criswell and Mrs. Howard Fisher. Personally Speaking Mrs. H. 0. Plott has returned to her home in Richmond, Va., after a visit with her brother, E. H. Winn and Mrs. Winn. Mrs. I. M. Kirschner left Thursday for a visit with her family in Cincinnati. of the plant. The honeydew excreted by the chrysanthemum aphid serves as a medium for the growth of an unsightly black sooty mold. The honeydew also attracts other destructive insects. At the first sign of aphids, chrysanthemums should be thoroughly sprayed with nicotine sulphate solution (Black Leaf 40). Be sure the spray covers the inseds. Several applications, a week apart, may be required for effective control. The Mexican mealybug can also cause serious damage to chrysanthemums. These tiny insects are about one-fifth of an inch long and are covered with a white waxy excretion. They attack leaves, stems, and flowers, causing stunting and distortion. A spray of white-oil combined with Black Leaf 40 is recommended for control. The spray should be applied with as much force as the plant can withstand. Before spraying, all dead or heavily infested portions of the plant' should be destroyed. Prevention of Disease Although plant diseases rarely Thus you might choose beige or ki]1 chrysanthemums, they can damage and seriously disfigure plants. Many of these diseases can be prevented by these six simple E N T I R E S T O C K Women's Summer D R E S S E S N O W OFF Entire Slock Women's Summer $ SKIRTS one low price 3 95 Entire ilock Women's Summer BLOUSES 2 for J ENTIRE STOCK WOMEN'S SUMMER HATS $ i oo .1 GROUPS 1 no ? o oo ~ O L O U D This Is It. Highway 82 East gray or a tint of the coral or green. However, the beige of the draperies, which Is lightly grayed, will probably be most pleasing as the tints of the bright colors will probably be too strong with the large areas of bright green. Mrs. E. B. "What kind of curtains should T choose for our den, which is too den-like and dark? The glass shouldn't be uncovered because of the nearness of our neighbors, but ordinary sheer panels I tried look too dainty for the heavy furniture and dark colors." A rough texture makes a sheer fabric look right in the rules. Prevention of Diseases 1. Don't plant in wet, shady places. 2. Don't cro-.vrl plants--give them plenty ol room for air circulation. 3. Water only during the early hours of the day. 4. As soon as plant is well es- nblishcd, apply spray containing zineb (Sheen fungicide) or Bordeaux mixture. 5. Spray thoroughly with nicotine sulphate solution to prevent type of room you describe, and insects and growth of sooty mold, j many new fabrics with appropriate textures are available by the yard if not In ready-made panels 6. Stake plants to keep branches off the ground. Variety of Arrangements You might make the curtains tierl Almost every garden is suitable style so top tiers can he open tojfor chrysanthemums. Usually they, let in extra light while lower are planted in masses or in small tiers provide privacy. You should also consider a new light color for the walls and sparks of light, bright color for accessories. groups. 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