The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 2, 1965 · Page 5
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Ann Landers.. -Answers Your Problems DEAR ANN LANDERS: Wejthcy need is correct informa- ore having discussions in our Sunday religious instruction class. The subject under debate is "Should Sex Education Be Taught In Schools?" Most of tire kids I have talked to arc for it. I am against it. I feel Ilial a subject as intimate as sex should be taught at home by parents. Do you agree? AGAINST IT . DEAR AGAINST IT: Sex education SHOULD he laught at r. home by parents. Rut (no many ~ parents are abysmally ignorant Some parents are incapable . of discussing sex with their children because they arc inhi ·'·' biled by age - old taboos instill cd in Ihem by THEIR parents -' To those who are against sex ';: education in schools I say this: It is foolish and unrealistic to lion so they will know HOW to hink about it. Nine out of JO teens who write to me about sex problems say [hey cannot communicate with their parents, which is a sai) commentary, indeed. When (he information is not available al home, school is the next best place to learn. Parents are people -- they can be right and they can be Mrs. Thomas F. Bailey Elected BPW President New officers were elected '-t he recent dinner meeting ol he Greenville Business and Professional Women's Club at Ihe Club House on Lester Drive. Elected president was Mrs. Thomas F. Bailey. Other officers include Mrs. Edgar Larson, first vice president; Miss Hetty Ellis, second vice president; Mrs. S. R. Brown, third vice president; Mrs. William L. Dykes, recording secretary: ^' rs - Sam and Miss n United States Department' of Agriculture Certificate of Merit. Mrs. Troull spoke on 'Enthusiasm" and discussed iccomplishmenls and goals for he Mississippi Federation. Lloyd, treasurer; and Miss Barbara Ware, corresponding secretary. Mrs. llarictl Trotitl of Charleston, director of Dislric! Six c! Ihc Mississippi Fedcra- wrong. To lielp understand their (\ on oj Business and Profession- viewpoint and lo promote har mony at borne, write for Ann Landers' booklet. "How To Live (;| u h. She was introduced by Your Parents," enclosing ,\| rSi Elizabeth Dykes, stale Wilh with your request 20 cents in Hold Recital In Church Hall S1IAW A "^p* 1 TM hono1 - 'iv; Monsignor Paul Canonici Trie Fellowship Hall of i-'iril j* 1 ' JacksTM, was hckl from 3-5 Methodist Church was the scene' SlJnla y afternoon al Ihc parish Reception At ShaW Church\ Open House Honors Monsignor Canonici\ Fetes Seniors on Sunday afternoon of a pi.mo recital, presented by the pu]i!s of Mrs. James Dunn. Inelixlcd on t h e program vcrc: "Dance 01 The Wooden ihncs." IJylvis Robcrlshaw; 'Tango." by Shirley Haley; MISS Diane Klyce of Jiickson. Southern Bell Telephone anrl Telegraph Co. employee, spoke on "Tltc Power of Numbers." Miss Barlvua Ware, introduced Miss Barbara Allen. May Girl of the Mfmlii. who was ll*o recipient of Ihc Business and Professional Women's Club's Elizabeth O'Bannon Award. Mrs. Bill McCorkle was clect.'Dcbra F'iorc: "Valsc In E cd delegate In the National Cnn-j Barbara vcnlion lo be held in Washinglon, The refreshment lable was i Clifton Phnlation at Winter- DelU Wednesday, June 2, '65 5 torcd with magnoIU blcwoms, flanked by silhouette! al graduates. Miss Wilkenon serve th» covered with blue satin, over- ville. w« Ihe setting Sunday a(- SI. Francis of Assisi "athotic Church. Hosts for the event were the officers of the Altur Sock-ly. ind Ihe Holy Name Society. Mrs. II. G. Mills. Mrs. Primo Malalesta, Mrs. Mnry Weaver, M rs. 'esi. 'nid wilh a cloth of nylon tulle, tcrnoon (ran lour to six, of an "entering Ihc lablo was an ni- open n TMse honoring a group of -artpemerit of while lilies flanked Greenville High School gradu- Sy silver candelabra with whUc| alcs - Complimcntel were Paul ;ipcrs. [Allen, Gene Holiman Mack Visiting priests were Father jSkcllon, Miss Ronnie Robertson Olivier and Father Haddigan ofi^iss Annette Murphy and Ed- Lee Gucchi. Marlou Mc-n- Aqualina Gnltclli. Primo Timepiece, .lean Harden: "AI|Malatesi;i and Julius Gainspo- hum Lcnl In A Minor," Cclia 'clli. Karr; "Rhapsody In Blue." Marsha Mnrphis; "Rh'ipsody." Charlotte Alexanders: "hultcring Leaves," Julia Tnylnr: "Arpeggicllo." Cammici was raised In thai office in ceremonies ·n .lacksnn la«l week. He is a naive of Shnw, aiwl a gradualc o! Shaw Hi R h School. He studied nl' T h,,rsilny. 8 p.m. St. Hcncdicl in I.tansiana, ami al 1 ie Lafoe. Hosts for Ihc event were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilkcrson, Miss Princella V/ilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Young and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Skclion. The honorecs and hosts; received in Ihc living room, decorated with magnolias and pinl rosc.s for Ihe event. The tea ta hie. covered with while organd) Mrs. Margaret Pminlninjckrih over green satin, was ceri ircenvillc. Father Reid and Monsignor Koiiry of Leland. Guests attended from Clnrks- dale, Cleveland, Shelby. Greenville and I.elnttd. Music was provided by Miss Mary Alice Malalcstn al Ihe organ anil Miss Theresa Rose Mei at Ihc piann. Dance Itecilal lunch. Approximately It attended. NEED EXTRA CASH? Sell our 110 longer needed hooje- :old good) with a Cltssified Ad ;j.il (3-lljf.) tod*y. 1964 LcMans Convertible Extra Sharp Power Steering, Brakes Top Poker White Miramha Red Interior Slill in New Car Warranty Greenville Buck- Cadillac-Pontiac Co. Dowfiiown Gi..i.lll. ]»-5*M al Women's Clubs, made her official visit lo Ihc Greenville coin and a long, self-addressed 1 and stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to civic: participation cbaiiman. members allending be a's Ihcme," Doug Dunn; "Dcc^Inseph's School in Jarksrni. He'g Purple." (ic'irgc Cunninghnm: will be heart mn.slcr of the new! "Fa-sci nation," Gloria Mrs. Troutt expressed her ap t prcnation lo the club members For hosting (he Northern Area Youlhpower Leadership Cnn- Twrlve members of the Greenville Cluh will attend the Stale Crmvenlinn June ^-B at Cathrr-jratholii: Seminary recently Mxiilt in Jackson. Lake." [ In the receiving line al Ihe Sundew rcccntinn wiili Monsignor Can^nici was his sister iMcnrs; "Ry A Meadow Brook."jMrs. Delia thigia nf Memphis. . [Helen Sanders; "Arios." Ann |nnrl his briithcr Joe Canonici Alexander: "Blues No. -1." Tin-land Mrs. Canoniri of Shaw, Mrs. Thtmas F. Hailcy. Mrs. C. D. Hubarl and Miss Rcny Kills Iliey will attend a lea in Ihe "Finale I'rnm Swan home of Mrs. Pcrle Mcsla July Marci.i I'lemins;; "Adagin From (', Sharp Minnr Sonala," Sally 'tell teen - agers to slop thinking!help ymi wilh yo«ir problems. about sex. They ARF. thinkinglSenri Ihem to her in care of I his fcrence held here in April. Shejlhe Ruena Visla Hold in nilnxi.|pin Kimhrell; and "Cnnccrto Injaiwl l-'alher Fedcllis Ryan, sup-j about sex and they arc going to newspaper enclosing a stampcd'congratulatcd Mrs. Robert Goo- 1 Miss Helen Pearson was wcliB Flat Minur," continue to think about it. What'self - addressed envelope. !kin, club president, for receiv-'corncd as a new member, Marilyn llaus-jply priest ol St. Francis of As- 1 sisi Parish. win present, ncr ctnnce pupils in recital Thurscbiy al, 8 p. m. in Hie D u f k i n aucll-' l o r i u m in Lclaiuf. The public is invilcd, aiul Ihcvn w i l l hp n o a d m i s s i o n · Vogue Pnlterns · Q u n i i t y Fabrics Cfni^lat* Lint ol ActMtorltt BEV-MAR PAEtlC C E K T I R Sof*wrjy ihepali** C***t*c NEW GROUP CONTFMPORARY FURNITURE V I K O B y B A U . M R I T T K B · SMARI · JDEAI. FOR DEN · CAREFRIiK · OFFICE · COLORFUL · PLAY ROOM · W1PF.S CLF.AN SENOJ F U R N I T U R E CO. IN DOWNTOWN OREENVILLE LLIN Oil EVERYTHING MUST GO SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 3RD 9 A. M. EVERY ITEM IN OUR ENTIRE STORE REDUCED All LADIES DRESSES 2.49 Dressas - HOW 1.88 2,99 Dresses HOW 1.99 3,99 Dresses HOW 2.66 5,99 Dresses HOW 3,99 6.99 Dresses HOW 4,86 All LADIES HATS OFF 1,99 Hats NOW 1,33 2,99 Hats _._. NOW 1,99 3,99 Hals. NOW 2,66 Men's Blue CHAMBRAY SHIRTS 99 C Ladies SHORTS PEDDLE PUSHERS SLIM JIMS IT Children's T E N N I S OXFORDS 7T Men's W A S H P A N T S Men's C L O T H S H O E S 2.66 1 00 and Ladies B R A S 33 C Assorted MATERIALS 4 YD, CUTS 1.00 Ladies T E N N I S OXFORDS 99 C MATURNITY DRESSES 1.99 Men's Boy's Men's BASEBALL C A P S 7T W O R K OXFORDS 2:99 Children's Denim S H O R T S 3 r. T All OFF HAND BAGS LADIES GIRLS 77c Bags . . _ - NOWSIc 1.00 Bags .__ _ _ N O W 6 7 c 1.99 Bags HOW 1,33 2,99 Bags _ WOW 1,99 Men's DACRON P A N T E 2:99 LADIES AND GIRLS BLOUSES 77 C Washable Vinyl Coated WINDOW SHADES 88° PLASTIC D R A P E S 38' N U R S E S OXFORDS 3:88 Men's Short Sleeve W O R K S H I R T S 133 ALL LADIES FLATS AND DRESS SHOES 2,49 Shoes ..HOW 1.88 2.99 Shoes NOW 2,24 3.99 Shoes NOW 2.99 5,99 Shoes NOW 4,49 GIRLS DRESSES 7T LADIES SUM JIM S E T S 2.99 BOYS S P O R T S H I R T S 55'-77' LADIES MESH OR PLAIN SEAMLESS HOSE 3 - r Men's 13 3 / 4 oz. WESTERN J E A N S 2:77 BED SPREADS 2.44 - 3.66 AND / . O O Children's and Ladies Shoes $ 1°°.. Men's WHITE SOCKS 6 Pair For $100 MENS SANDELS MEN'S - LADIES BOY'S - GIRLS' STRAW HiTS I/ H U N D R E D S O F O T H E R I T E M S T O O N U M E R O U S T O N A M E NO EXHANGES - NO LAYAWAYS - NO ALTERATIONS - NO REFUNDS - ALL SALES FINAL SHANNON'S DOLLAR STORE 713 WASHINGTON AVE,

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