The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 24, 1960 · Page 12
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Dctts Democrat-Times 12 Sunday, July 24,'60 Miss Patricia Farr Honoree At Kitchen Shower In Lee Home Miss PatiicU Anne Farr, bride- nations, a gift of the hostesses. elect ot Clayton Joseph Swank lit, wns the honoree Wednesday afternoon at * kitchen shower sentcd to the bonoree. in the home of Mrs. James B Leo on Arnold Ave. Hostesses were Mrs. Let and her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Lee, and Mrs. W. T. Virden and her mother, Mrs. Martin Baker. Focal point of the 'decorations combined an arrangement of pink and white roses and a sing- of pink dahlias and pink roses were used throughout the reception rooms. The bonoree wore a white cotton dress accented with touches of green and a green cummerbund, with white accessories and a shoulder bouquet of white car-: The hostesses all wore tiny organdy aprons, which they pre- The guest list included the bon- oree, her mother, Mrs. Philip Farr, her grandmother, Mrs. P. D. Condon, th« groom-elect's mother, Mrs. C. J. Swank, Jr., and Mn. Ned Thompson, Mrs. E. L. Alexander, Mrs. Fred Wilson, was a silver centerpiece which Mrs. Roy Purvis, Mrs. Robert Condon, Mrs. Bill Condon, Mrs. J. M. Gilbert, Mrs. Marie Johns, le white candle. Arrangements Mrs. John Chism, Mrs. Bruce Hitt, Mrs. Leon Sharp, Mrs. Louise HcBrayer, Miss Ann McBrayer, Miss Jo Anne Love, Mrs. Harry Love, Miss Amy Permenter, Miss DESIGN FOR THE U.S.A. Emily Smith, Miss Sandra Hitt, liiss Vicki Anderson, and Mrs. Jack Carver of Memphis. C. L. SCHLOM, Jewelers Proudly Announces Dealership Of The "ANSCO" CAMERAS FILM Visit Our Complete Camera Depl. Featuring · ANSCO * POLABOID · BELL HOWELL · YASHICA · KEYSTONE · WITTNAUEB TRY OUR FAST PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE What's the reason for the greal popularity of Danish furniture in Ihe United States? Why is Danish furniture designed as it is? Has American design influenced Danish? NEW! ANSCO CADET 9 FLASH CAMERA OUTFIT Just aim... snap,,, you've got it 1 · Built-in fliih...iiM! compact «conomk«lAG Bulbi, · Perfect (or cotororblKk-and-wfiite. · Tiko 12 big "super slides" on 127 film. « Dooblt ciposuri prtyjntion. UHCONDITIONMIY (SUAJiANTEED by Ansco IOOX ASSUHIKJ Policy. only ? |Q 95 ; Outfit conUTrisrCarner«,~S AG bulbs, 1 roll 127 MM All-'Wtkther Pan Film] CONVENTION TERMS C.L. SCHLOM Greenville'i Jeweler Since 1908 417 Washington Ave. ED 2-0511 On Saturday the home of Mrs. . 0. Smith and Miss Meltnle Smith was the scene of t luncheon given by them for Mi«s M«- y Bullock, bride-elect of P«u! ny nosegayj of pink tulle, pink Baker. The reception rootnj ol be home were decorated In pink apanese hydrangea, combined with white gladioli and pink ros s. The honoree wore a frock of Designing Woman black accessories. She was presented with * shoulder touquet of pink rose buds, By ELIZABETH HILLYER FROM A DANISH DESIGNER, LATE WORD ON DANISH Everyone is oblc to recognize this fundamental integrity and appreciate it." Mr. Kofod-Lnrscn was emphatic on the subject of American design 1 These are questions from the have had great effect. One Am- many distinguished Danish architect designer Kofod-Larsen was erican invention that the Danes are taking to enthusiastically is the coffee table. Until recently, all their tables were the height of sofa backs or English tea tables, but the low and large coffee table catches on. especially with young people. Lamp tables, lowever, still are unknown. Lighting hangs from the ceiling or stands on the floor as a floor lamp. Mr. Kofod-Larsen is sketched, with the furniture he designed! influence on the Danish. Charles Eames, he states, has had an untold influence in leading the Danes to the development of other designers and artists, show- molded plywood, and George Nelson, Paul McCobb and others for fall, and which present a new spring construction for chairbacks. Horizontal helical springs support a thin layer of foam rubber, producing a delightful effect of leaning back on air. At lower left is the famous cane-backed chair that is particularly admired l ry *-- -- i ---- -- TM, oTM* "· *ivuii3uu, iiiutiter 01 me The two luncheon table* were bride, Mrs. Roy Williams, sister .ovcred with white cut-work ' " loths and held identical arrangements that featured white fans, on ither side of which were nose- ays made of pink gladiola flow- u TM 6 , .u u .. u ,.« u . miss rets with a sweetheart rose bud Jean Wasson, Miss Janice Neal, Miss Amy Permenter, Miss Nan- asked everywhere on his first trip here this summer with his beautiful wife. It was pleasant indeed for your reporter to renew an acquaintance with the Kofod-Lar- sens, which began in Copenhagen and included a visit to their home. Hospitality there warmly confirmed Mr. Kofod-Larsen's answer to the first question, Danish furni- :ure is so popular here, he be- ieves, because so many of the lappiest aspects of Danish and rr _ t^- *" """ i..u h ,, ninui; ,j, i^uiuaih iur am ., . r American living are much alike. American comnanv whirh ,,,.-,.= ,,,,,, P r(?sldent ° f "Both Danish and American liv- ng is informal," Mr. Kofod-Larsen said. "And since the war, both countries have produced new, advanced types of h o m e s . The 3anes, and Scandinavians in general, were able to develop light, lexible, comfortable furniture that has beauty and integrity at iust the moment it was needed. "We Danes make our kind of 'umiture for four reasons: because we are blessed with so many ikilled joiners and craftsmen in wood; of course because of our informal way of living, our great interest in our homes and love of entertaining, which we do largely at home, informally; because our umiture grows out of a truly democratic attitude -- it's designed for everyone, not for kings and show places., not to impress peo- j!e; and because in Denmark nig and daughter, Kelly, have there is a fundamental belief '.hat' ing typically beautiful sculpturing, the treatment of wood for furniture as material for a work of art. Mr. Kofod-Larsen does the original scultpure and as an architect, designs buildings and homes as well as furniture. (Selig furniture.) Mrs. Peacock To Head Exchangettes Mrs. Harold Peacock was in:hat American company which was one of the first to import handsomely Danish styled furniture in quantity, to be shown widespread in the stores. At center and just above it at right are two of Mr. Cofod-Larsen's new chairs which the company has just introduced Personally Speaking Trinity Night Circle To Meet The Nigh'. Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Trinity Methodist Church will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at *he lome of Mrs. Charles Marchbanks, 1500 Fail-view. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph VY. Koe- every element of a design must serve a functional purpose and must not be added on simply for just returned from a twc weeks 1 vacation in St. Paul, Minn., where they visited in the home of Mrs. Koenig's parents. f night as the new the Exchangette Club at its regular monthly meeting held at the Cotton Boll. Pat Dunne, president of the Greenville Exchange Club, was in charge of the installation of officers. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Gordon Hanson, past president of the Ex- changettes. Other officers elected were Mrs. Frank Mclnnis, who will fill out the unexpired term of the recording secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Burford. whose family is moving to Cleveland; Mrs. Guy Smith was named to the Board of Control; and Mrs. Bob Turcotte, the House and Phone Committee member. The Club voted to help with the door-to-tioor campaign to Save the Christmas Parade and will donate 510 to the fund from the club's treasury. Those attending were Mrs. Peacock, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Mclnnis, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Turcotle, and Mrs. Milton Taylor, Mrs. Wade Miss Mary Bullock Lunch Honoree In J, O. Smith Home Crystal bluo birds, for h'appt ness, completed the arrangements. The placecards of small white fans were caught with ti- lilies of the valley, and sweetheart rose buds. On the side tables were two vertical line arrangements of pitJc gladioli with green and white caladium leaves. The honoree was presented a ed and black polished cotton 8"f' by the hostess. n the center of each floweret. The arrangements were placed n sprays of southern imilax. Those enjoying Ihe luncheon with Miss Bullock were Mrs. Edgar J. Johnson, mother of the Crosby, aunt of the bride, and Miss Suzanne Crosby, cousin of the bride. Others attending were Mrt. George McMillian, Miss , cy McLeod of Greenwood and Mrs. Oscar L Kedelfes Oomphiej SHOE SALE Our entire stock of washable oasuali for Ladles and MJMM lot Mlsw* Nelms Blum Shoe Salon F I N A L SWIM All That Is Left Of Our Nationally Famous Brand, Buy Two... Be The Belle Of The Mermaid Group. price SPORTS Entire Stock Summer S h o r t s · S h o r t S e t s G a p r i s · S l a c k s N a s s a u s · P e d a l P u s h e r s J a m a i c a s w B e r m u d a s Regular Price Every womnn dreams of owning the luxury of a beautiful detailed imported 100^ Cashmere Coat. This is the greatest value of the season . . . All the exciting new colors. 135 £ pec! at Week -- All Sales Cash All Sales Final Buy for Cash Charge or Lay-Away!

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