Alumnae Luncheon Guests Prominent at the annual alumnae luncheon for graduating MSCW seniors were, from left, Miss Telle Metcalfe, named "Most Beautiful" at MSCW in 1963, of Greenville; Mrs. Charles P. Hogarth, wife of the MSCW president; Miss Merrie Pierce of Jackson, and Lynria Kirnbrough of Columbus, who represented MSCW in the 'Miss Mississippi pageant last summer. Luncheon Fetes GHS Graduate A luncheon at t)e Magnolias Tuesday honored Miss Laura Eustis, recent Greenville High School graduate. She received a gardenia corsage. Hostesses were Mrs. Anse Dees and Mrs Richard Outzen. The centerpiece featured daisies and gardenias arranged in a silver bowl, flanked by two graduate silhouettes. Places were marked with miniature mortar boards and favors wrapped in white with ribbon of black and gold, the school colors. Guests included the honoree's mother, Mrs. Harold Eustis, Mrs. Leon C. Davis, Miss Wanda McNeeley, Miss Cathy Noel, Miss Dorothy Bryant, Miss Stephanie Schutter, Miss Mary Kennard Hawkins, Miss Margaret Kellum, and Miss Linda Hall. 41st BPW Convention Set For This Weekend Cat-4*Â£ OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 640 WaiMnglon The 4tst convention of the Mississippi Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, presided over by Mrs. Rubye E. Laird of Gulfport, stale president, opens with the 9:30 a.m. session on Friday at the Buena Vista Hotel. Mrs. Aline Doherty, president of the Gulfport hostess club, will bring [reelings to the delegates. May- ir D. 1). Guice of Biloxi and mayor R. B. Meadow of Gulfport, will welcome delegates and jucsts. Mrs. Katherine Williams of the Kosciusko BPW Club will respond to the greetings. Judge Mildred Norris, immediate past president of the Mississippi Federation, Mrs. Lucy Maggenar, convention chairman, and Mrs. Mabel McClanahan, third vice president of the National Federation of Busines: and Professional Women's Clubs will be platform guests with the state officials: MRS. Laird is president; Mrs. Bess Seely, first vice presl dent; Ms. Cleveland Whitten, second vice president; Mrs. Mary Fikes, third vice president; Mrs. Judith Gifford, recording secretary; Mrs. Lillian Linfield, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ruth Alexander, treasurer; and, Mrs. Arlene O'Shea, parliamentarian. Mrs. Laird urges all Federation members throughout the stale lo take advantage of this opportunity to meet and to participate in the planning which 1 determine the year's wor of Ihe Federation. She also urg es local club presidents to encourage their members other than delegates to attend. Piano Pupils Are Presented In Recital Mrs. David \V. Turner prc- cntcd licr piano students in rÂ»- ital nl her home Sunday. The following selections were resented: "The Dancing Kangaroo," lair Hammctt; "Loop The cop," Patricia Hester; "Sway- ng Silver Birclics," Julia Uog-' rs; "Chinese Maiden," Edna raves; "The Cowboy Boogie," Gin- cr Jordan; "The Harpsichord," mgie Parr; "Ghosts Ami Gob- ir.s," Judy Mosley; "Prelude 1 F," Susan Paxton; * * * "SHORTEMJN" Brcnd," Daryl Cing; "All The Tilings You re," lidith Gowan - Ellen owan; "Jose On The High- ray," Janis Allen; "Solfeggio!- o," Ellen Ireland; "Scherzo," Ellen Gowan; Tarantella," Edith Gowan; 'Capricante." Susan Hendricks; and "Exodus," Karen Cleveland. Cclia Goodman, Hai- rietl Wesley and Kalhryn Drew. Awards for outstanding ichicvemcnt were presented toi fanis Allen, Sandra Kalgout, | Celia Goodman, Susan Hen- , ilricks and Ginger Jordan. J u l i a j Rogers and Edna Graves received honorable mentions. Roses and white carnations were used lo decorate the Turner home. About -10 guests attended. Delia Democrat-Times Thursday, June 3, '65 5 Mrs. Kastorff Elected Grace Church WSCS President Officers of the Grace Melho- Mrs. Gene Hodges, member- t ( dist Church Women's Society for Christian Service were installed Sunday in ceremonies presided over by the Rev. T. R. Woodanl. Installed as president was Mrs. Jack Kastorff, who received a president's pin, and in t u r n presented a past president's pin lo Mrs. W. M. Mart i n , outgoing president. Oilier officers ami secretaries installed were: Mrs. Ernest Davis, vice president; Mrs. Dan M a r i l t , secretary; Mrs. Jake McDanicl, treasurer; Christian social concern, ship cultivation, Mrs. Joe Williams; Missionary education, Mrs. Lonzo Peacock; campus ministry, Mrs. Bernicc Jenkins; Spiritual life, Jones; program Mrs. Richard material, Mrs Harold Dube; supply, Mrs. Neil STORK NEWS j Stacy Lynn Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Soiomon Jr. announce the birth of their second daughter, Stacy Lynn, born May 29 at General Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Scheinberg of Memphis, and Judge and Mrs. Earl Solomon ot Greenville. j Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Scheinberg and' 1 ' Mrs. Annie Seigel of Memphis, n; Stafford; and local church acli- and Mrs. Ike Solomon of vities, Mrs. Jimmy Watson. Greenville. At Awards Presentation Miss Holly Richards, daughter oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. Harper Richards of Greenville and Chicago and granddaughter of Mrs. Wynn Richards Taylor, came from Chicago especially to take part in the "Matsy" awards presentation Tuesday night. With her is her escort, John Childs. (staff photo) Decorate Staircase Here's a staircase decorating lip from the Society of American Florists. Decorate one side of your staircase with foliage plants and the opposite side with flowering plants. Place the large pots at the boitom of the stairs and diminish the sizes of pots on each upward step. SAVE Â°Â° 3(h On Finest Quality Paint . . . TRIPLE COVER _iJB.i_ WONDER-TONES HOUSE PAINT 4m VINYl LATEX 5.29 CTS 4.99 list 7.25 gal. Whir* 1 colon mlUÂ»* r.ilil Gal, If LI (fianing. Btal 1C Olh.1 blond. In 4 list 6.89 gal. AmÂ»rio'i nujnh.i on* lntor! wall palM. Falfy la uit, dri In 30 ralnulei. Scrvfebobltl GOYER PAINT HARDWARE OpÂ«n 7:30 -- 5:30 Sal. (loi.d al 17:30 In Coy.i Supply lldg. 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University researchers made studies o[ a group of four cou pies and found that the toget erness treatment helped them get rid of marital discord, im- 1 prove communications with their spouse, clarify their role: in marriage, and relax barriers' raised against a constructive discussion of differences. The researchers noted thai some couples who reject individual psychotherapy may accept the couples' group, and that this technique could be an important source of help and years. SAVE at MULTI-ROOM 16,000 BTU $ ONLY The Answer: A petite woman is not lost to fashion. A tiny igure has a fragile quality iat lends itself to a most de- ightful kind of fashion sophisti- ation -- uniquely delicate and eminine. In fact, a growing umber of fine designers lake pleasure in dressing the world y petites. 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