The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 21, 1960 · Page 5
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Burrus-Smithhart Marriage Solemnized In Baptist Rites 1ND1ANOLA -- Tlio marriage vows of Miss Mary Evelyn Smithhart, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leo Smilhlmrt, and Frank Burrus, son of Mr. nnii Mrs. Will- inm M. Burrus ot Moorhead, wero pledged on Friday evening at tho Chapel of the First Baptist Church of Indianola. Tho Rev. Harry Kellogg, pastor, officiated nt the service. The chapel allar featured an archway of greenery, flanked by floor baskets of while gladioli and cathedral candelabra holding burning white tapers. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. Leroy Smilhhart, who snug, "f l.ove You Truly" and "Oh. Promise Me". Miss Virginia Weeks, pinnlsl, played tho traditional wedding marches and accompanied the vocalist. Lighting the candles were John Smithhart, brother of the bride, and R o b e r t McGchce of Leland. Given in marriage by her falh- er, the bride wore a wedding gown of while Chantilty lace over satin, fashioned with a ballerina length skirl over Itoops. The fitted bodice was trimmed at the neckline with seedpearls, and the long sleeves ended in lily points over the hands. Her demi- veil o! illusion fell from a French bandenu with seed pearl trim and she carried an orchid bouquet on a white Bible. Attendants Named Miss Fay Kuhn was maid ol honor and wore a frock of pink chiffon with a matching bandeau and a wrist corsage of pink carnations. Bridesmaids were Miss Cynthia Kilgorc nr.d Mrs. Robert Bennett. Jr. of SunflcAver, sister of t h e bride. They wore dresses of turquoise net over taffeta with matching headpieces and wrist corsages of pink carnations. Carolyn Sniithhart, niece of the bride, wearing a dainty dress o: pink organdy ami carrying a white basket of rose petals, served as the flower girl. The ushers were Robert Me Gehce nnd John Smithhart, and as the best man. Reception Held A reception was given In the church annex, by the bride's par- cnls, immediately following the ceremony. For her daughter's wedding tfrs. Smithhart chose a dress of ink lace and crepe and tho iridegroom's mother wore bluo ace. Their corsages were vhite carnations. Tho bride's table, overlaid with a while linen cutwork cloth, held the three-tiered wedding cake and a crystal punch bow!. The cake was lopped with a miniature bride aixl groom and decorated with tiny white wedding bells. was Mrs. Robert Kuhn. The couple left for a wedding trip to Pensacola, Florida, and other points on the Florida coast. Designing Woman Personally Speaking Announce Youlh Revival At Hollandalo Methodist .Church Mary Jo Latham Publicity chairman of the M.Y.F. o! the Hollandale Methodist Church, announces the services and person- for the Youlh Revival which v i 11 be held in tho Methodist Church for the evening serv- ce only, beginning at 8 p.m.j rom July 17 through July 22. The public is invited to attend. The preacher will be th« Rev. David Rhea of Pleasant Hi 11. The song leader will be Dickie Smith of New Albany. The Rev. E. G. Potti Is the paslor of the church, Mr. and Mrs. John Haley and Shirley Haley of Hollandala have By ELIZABETH H1LLYER IDEA ROOM MAKES UNUSUAL USE OF MATERIAL Perhaps the unexpected is ex- pccled in high fashion model rooms designed by top decorators. Presiding at the guest register Certainly most of them range afar from the notion that floors are wood, walls are painted or papered, that fabrics are intended for windows and to cover furniture. Percy Ray Celebrates 89th Birthday, Tells Of Early Delta Life Roland Kuhn INDIANOLA -- Percy Ray, one of Indianola's prominent senior citizens, celebrated his S9th sirthday on July 18lh. He was the honored guest at a family dinner. The Ray Ijome was artistically decorated, the work of devoted friends. In the den yellow gladioli and yellow snapdragons predominated. In the living reom summer flowers, and centering the dining table, overlaid with an imported cut-work linen cloth, were pink roses in a silver con- aincr. Enjoying the occasion with Mr. Ray and Mrs. Ray were Mr. nnd Mrs. William Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Montgomery and children Eller and Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Montgomery, all of Carrclllon; Mrs. Codie Brown, Miss Florence Ray, Mrs. ---- Charles Parduc, and Dr. and larles Ray and children Charles Jr., Belly, and Gill all of Greenwood; Mrs. Myrtle Freeman and Mrs, Catherine Tulbcrl of Memphis. Mr. Ray, a native ot Carrollton and a retired Sunflower County plonler, received his first experience in his early 20' s as farmer on a 2200 acre plantation his falher owned in Lcflore County. After successfully managing his father's plantation for a num bcr of years, in 19Wj he bought W o o d b u r n Plantation containing 4613 acres, located south o] Indianola on the Sunflower River. Mr. Ray tells of his coming to For 38 years Mr. Ray shipped Kis cotton and cotton seed to Vicksburg by boat which landed at the old boat house still standing on the Sunflower River in Front of the house, now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Watson Brewer. "My! Look al that- wood burn," an exclamation of someone when 3,000 acres of limber on the place were a f l a m e many years ago gave the plantation the name "Woodburn." Mr. Ray tells of the huge general store on Woodburn where everything from a pin to a bar of soap to most househok necessities, and 500T pounds o! meat a month, were handled Tiie big barn could house 2M head of mules, and containec storage for 25.000 bales of hay. When Mr. Ray retired in 1! he had !HO tenant families on his place. He says that farming has changed so much in recent years that he is glad to be out of the business. Walking horses Mr. Ray's liobby and fo: many years he exhibited them at Shelbyville, Tennessee. Ho is an active member of Ihe First Baptist Church and is a Life Time Deacon. Mrs. Earner To Head Wives' Club Bui this room springs a new set )! surprises beyond the fact that .he floor is vinyl, already an accepted high fashion point, and the use of fabric-soft leather in fabric- ailored ways. Fabric is entirely absent from th« windows, but it covers a wall ust out of view as well as some of the furniture -- and it makes :he unique rug. Wood walls, for all the ele- jance of the room, are not the mellow and shining kind. These ,valls have been scorched to produce a grainy, darkened rough-; ness and dullness. | The room was designed by Me- i laine Kalians, one of a series by members of the American Instil-1 ute of Decorators for New York's' handsome Grade Towers. Striking use of materials is a high point of their design, .and certainly, this one is outstanding. It owes much of its character to the unusual contrast of the materials, too -- j the beautiful antique woods of a chest and (able againsl Ihe scorched wood walls, the satiny leather with (he texture of the fabric -both on the sofa -- and the rich pallerning of (he rug against the sleek vinyl floor, Ihe change from the wood wall to more of the fabric. Only the one fabric is used everywhere, on a pair of chairs not shown, on the sofa, on a wall and for the rug. It's a luxurious example of returning traditional pattern from an American Legacy series in practical cotton. For the rug, the fabric is cut in strips. The strips, reversing directions, ed at the ends wilh wool fringe. The rug has a sateen lining for extra strength and is laid over a conventional rug pod to add depth. The pair of chairs covered in the fabric have deep red. O t h e r colors in the room are golden olive, fxuge am b r o w n with shock accen touches of purple. Shades are hung at the windows to pull up from the bottom instead of down from the top. (Fabric by Greeff^ Dr. and Mrs. George A. Hofe if Elyria, Ohio, are visiting in he home of their daughter and amily, Dr. and Mrs. W. 11. Burow in Terrace Gardens. MPL Woman's Club To Held Meet j The Mississippi P o w e r »nd ( .ight Co. Woman's Club w i l l 1 iieel Thursday, July 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Bliy Flame Lodge on Lake Ferguson. This is the icnic meeting and everyone is asked lo bring her own supper. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Browning of Hollandale h a v e returned tome after an extentled trip to .·arious points in Texas. While in Houston, they visited with their son, Doyle Jr. their vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Stevens Jr. Announce Birth of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slovens Jr., announce the birth of a daugh ter, Susan Dwana, at the King's Daughters Hospital on July 8. The baby is a granddaughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens ol Hollandale and of Mr. and Mrs, E. A. 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Contains no iodine or irritating chemicals. No alcohol to dry your skin or give you a streaked, blotchy tan. A pure while lotion, its special moisturizing formula protects, skin from roughening and drying out. "Q.T." is guaranteed by the makers of Coppertone to give you a gorgeous, even tan -- with or without sunshine-or money backl G e t i t a t d r u g and ot cos met counters today. ndianola wilh the Ben [(MM SflVMGS Jones of Schlator after readinp a newspaper advertising the sale of the land. From the old Craig Hotel they traveled the short distance to Woodburn in a "hack." After several days of conferences with the owner, the plantation was Iwught (or $80.000. He says it would be worth a million dollars at today's p r ices. A hugh stone house built by Mr. Ray in 1918-19 was once a show place in this Delta area. A iMr. Parker from Greenville was [employed on n monthly basis as architect and supervisor for construction. Ten carpenters from ten different states were secured through newspaper advertise- to do Ihe work--building a stone house, "Solid enough to last 200 years without repair, according lo Mr. Parker. S U M M E R ARANCE All S U M M E R D R E S S E S SPORTSWEAR Price GROUP OF GOWNS AND PAJAMAS V? Price Cosiume Jewelry Price RANCES TURNER SHOP LELAND Mrs. J. H. Earner was president of the Telephone Wives' Club at a business meeting helc recently in the home of Mrs. C, M. Makamson. Named to serve with her are Mrs. Charles Kelly, vice-president, Mrs. J. F. Risher, secretary, Mrs. Leo Pullen, treasurer Mrs. W. E. Clegg, telephone chairman, Mrs. H. L. Carpenter projects chairman, Mrs. Alton Braiscr, devotional - chairman, Mrs. Jamie Kelly, council chairman, and Mrs. Charles Horn, yearbook chairman. Mrs. Harold McGarrh g a v e the devotional entitled "Casting All Your Cares on God." Mrs. F. L. Buchanan led in prayer. The group welcomed two new members, Mrs. G. T. Murphree and Mrs. Percy Palmertree, Jr Co-hostesses for the socil hour were Mrs. W. Q. Peacock ahc Mrs. J. E. Kopcsky, outgoing president. Members present were Mrs Buchanan, Mrs. Brasier, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Horn, Mrs. Ko- pcsky. Mrs. Makamson, Mrs. McGarrh, Mrs. Peacock, Mrs. Pullen, and Mrs. R. H. Johnston, and Mrs. Charles Kelly. COOKING I.INKY SAUSAGES? Next time you are cooking pork sausage links for a weekend brunch, save the drippings and cook some apple slices in them. Sprinkle the apples with a little sugar and a dash of salt as they are browning. REM ONE TO FIVE YARD LENGTHS Famous Name Fabrics Divided Into Two Groups For Fast Selling! GROUP NO. 1 36 Inch To 42 Inch Width COTTON FABRICS C Most Folks Are Careful Drivers If yoc sr« * careful driver, call me. You may qaabfjr for St«t« F»rm*» top-notch protection at rock-bottom rate*. VALUES TO 89c YARD- NOW BORDER PRINTS NOVELTY PRINTS KITCHEN PRINTS PLISSE CREPE DRIP DRV COTTONS Yd. DIMITIES DENIM SOLIDS CHECKS DRAPERY LINING GROUP NO. 2 40 Inch To 45 Inch Width F A B R I C S VALUES TO $1.79 YARD NOW SHEER PRINTED VOILES EYELASH GINGHAMS Pf'.TTI POINT PIQUE ^ZF\ T.C. CAMPBEL1 117 Poplar Phone ED 5-I1M Conversation j Bridge Club Holds Meet INDIANOLA - The Conversion Bridge Club met in [he homo of Mrs. Tony Vincent Jr. on Tuesday night. Attractive arrangements of mixed summer flowerj Miss Mary Van-Namen, Miss Lois Pyron, and Mrs. J. D. Pow ers of Hollandale returned Sun day from a vacation spent in Delta Deirii}or»t-T!me» \ Thursday, July 21, '60 8 he Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. John Reed of Hoi- landals left Sunday for their vacation (rip to the Smoky Mountains. They plan I o spend most of their time at Gatlinhurg, Tenn. Miss Aleene Mallette and Miss Marguerite Mallette of Hollan-' dale. Mrs. James Boykin, Pattie; Boykin, and Jamie Boykin of! Delta Cily visited Mrs. Laverne! Dixon at Vaugh, recently. While' there they enjoyed visiting with Mrs. Hays Pepper and Mrs. Jimmy Dixon of Flora. The Misses Malletles taught in Flora for a number of years. wer« uied In dccoratlonl. Th« hoiltis served » course. The following membarl attended: Mr$. Fred JepiOn, Mr». Billy McKlnney. Mr».-.Chwlw Chatham, Mr«. Leroy Smithart, Mrs. Ray Culver, Mrt. TravU Lacy and |jj Yonns Femandz, Mrs. Lacy was winner of high score, Mrs. Ltroy Smllrtart, bin. go and Mrs. Culver low score. WEEK-END SPECIAL! Orange Meringue Pie jM;d* wirS fr«S «^rvjit. Hai e.* wranflt flcvci that it fwnp!if*V »K»VAg. 69* /:· Jackie's Pastry Shop RAYON COTTON WOVEN GINGHAM ARNF.L COTTON COTTON SATIN SAILCLOTH .SILK COTTON GLAZED COTTON Fabric's 1st Floor savings! GROUP OF BOYS' TOM SAWYER SHORT SLEEVE S P O We are cleaning up the odds and ends and here is a wonderful opportunity to stock up for Back to School. SIZES 2 TO 20 VALUES TO $2.99 Don't Miss This Wonderful Buy! ^ 100 MEN'S ummer Suits VALUES TO $50,00 Plenty To Select From And Some Terrific Values In This Group! ENTIRE STOCK Boys' Summer SUITS, SPORT COATS And SLACKS EiVTIRE STOCK MEN'S BOY'S Swim Trunks Men's · Boy's Deck Pants And Men's Straw Hals ALL TO GO AT PRICE ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS Values To So.00 Made by H.iggar, Campus and Blue Bell- Sizes 29 to 42 -- Plenty of timt to w e a r these -- ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S Short Sleeve Sport Shirts White and Colon Tom Sawyer and Sanlone-- Choose from Entire Summer Slock For XPRICE 1 A OFF 1.99 Shirts 1.50 2.99 Shirt* 2.24 3.99 Shirts 2.99 4.99 Shirts 3.75 S-M-L-XL. l /3 OFF 2.9!) 3.93 ·1.99 ij Values NOW ................ 1.99 £ T ° $2 ' NOW ................ 2.GG ! While NOW ................ 3.31 MEVS 3/4 Sleeve KNIT SHIRTS 00 $ ALL MERCHANDISE FIRST FLOOR STORE HOURS MOM. THRU THURS. 9 TO 5:10 FRIDAY I TO t SATURDAY t r o t

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