The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 24, 1960 · Page 14
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 14

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, July 24, 1960
Page 14
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DflU · 14 Sunday, July 24, ^CO Miss Patterson Is Luncheon Honoree On Saturday Miss Jean Patterson of Wino-l Hostesses were Miss Bess Stok , na. bride-elect of Robert Edward!or of Tunica, Miss Nancy Stoker held nt The Magnolias. ·Lakeside Lodge Scene ' Of Reunion The Ulue Flame Lodge on Lake Ferguson was the scene of a family reunion this week when member of (tie Duncan and layacono f a m i l i e s gathered t o w e l c o m e Brother Meinrcd Duncan home for a visit from St. Joseph's Abbey, St. Benedict, La. LanCMter of Greenville, was thejof Halliesburg, and Mrs. Menin honorec Saturday lit a lunclrxn King ol Winona, all aunts of the -- -- ·· bride-elect. A pink and while color scheme was used throughout the rooms in decorations. The dining table, covered with a cloth of pink Inffcln, was centered with an arrangement of summer garden flowers in pastel shades in a crys-] lal bowl. | Attending were Miss Patterson,; Mrs. Rayfoid Patterson of Wine-j na, mother of the bride-elect,I Mrs. Monis Lancaster, Sr., mother of the groom-elect. Miss Peggy Patterson of Winona sister cL the bride-elect, and Mrs. J u n e j .j, _.. Fyfe of Cleveland, Miss Annette. Brother Duncan is the former Reagh of Byhalia, Mrs. Jimmy! Willie Duncan who lived in Green- jcummins of Kilmichacl, yille with his uncle and a u n t , I Mrs. Charles Patterson, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Innocent Loyacono. His brother Frank Duncan has made Greenville his home for the past four years. Attending from Greenville were Mr. and Mrs. Innocent Loyacono «nd Mr. and Mrs. Frank John Loyacono and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Pittman, Corinth, Mr. a n d Mrs. Porter Derden Jr., Tupelo, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sanders, Indianola, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dun- Byrd Sorrells, Miss Frances Un dcrhill, Mrs. Albert Freudcnberg. Mrs. Nathaniel Golding, and Mrs. Monis Lancaster, Jr. can, Jack Duncan Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank OaXes. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Paulson, Ya zoo City. Also in attendance were the children of each of the family units listed. The group numbered 37. A DIAMOND R I N G STYLE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE « A lolally new concept in design and beoufy / led trifhltr IhiR rrtl Jl U on yx-r frltr, Jttt lie/* i ittf »ttti*|. yri t»Jl md Kurc. You'll b*r BPOsSv^ _ , . _ · _, . n ILcro Indianola High School!Class Of 1950 Meets For Its First Reunion Lcroy Smilhhnrl, and children, Mrs. Max Hodges, ;mith-' ren Debbie and Max and Jr.; Cnir* Mr. INDIAHOLA-Thc first decennial reunion of the class of 1950 of the Indienola High School was held July 16 with a large percentage of the class attending with husbands, wives and children. The day opened with registration at the Lion's Hut where swimming was enjoyed and a picnic lunch was served. From 3 ID 5 p.m. open house was held, At 8 p.m. a banquet was served with Arthur Richardson master of ceremonies. Th« invocation was given by Talmadge Crosby Jr. Mr. Richardson welcomed the class members, their families and guests. A piano solo, "Clare de Lune was played by Walterine Pynm Ray. The prophesy given 10 years ago at commenccmenl time was re-read by Joan Fail ing Ely'and was brought up to the minute with news of each class member. Lillian Crosby Turner gave » history of the high school years of 1 the class. "Thanks for the Memories" and the "Alma Mater" were sung by Valtcrine Pyron; M Dudley Melton and hy, Ann, Traccy tlrs. Melton, the former !mithharl; Mr. ai Turner Iff, and Paul Kimbrcll, the rlullen; Mrs. G. T. the and the benediction [fhslo br Haiti) WED IN BAPTIST RITES -- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Owen Thomas are seen following their weeding recently at the Parkview Baptist Church. The bride is the former Miss Phalba Ouida Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Clark of Greenville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Owen Thomas of Santa Monica, Calif. I me group was given by Max Hedges. The group voted to meet again in 10 years. Those registering were, Mr. Wilkersons Give Picnic Supper Party Mr. ami Mrs. Jeff Wilkerson o] Winterville were hosts Saturday afternoon at a boating party six picnic supper on Upper Lake Ferguson. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe Park of Winterville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tindall, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. John McPherson. all of Greenville. 11UU1 CiTO 31S -x v-\ _n the former . and Mrs. children Ka- and Leslie, met Wilma Mrs. 0. J. lildrcn, Jay ner the for- vlr. and Mrs. former Ann Easley, the Miss Mar- [r. and Mrs. I\ITK anu \-fciuiyn, mr». GIINUI- harl, the former Sarah Kirk; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ricliardson, and children Morrcll and Rhonda; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pugh, and children Romona and Lisa; Mrs. Pugh, the former Mary Carolyn McMurlry; Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Ely and children fcuron and Jonscy, Mrs. Ely the former Joan Failing; Doyco Ward; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buchanan and son Edgar; Mrs. Tommie Leachman and children Tommie and David, Mrs. Leachman the former Anne Reed; Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Crosby, and children Gary and Gail; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hoi- loway and children, Debbie and Chester Jr., Mrs. Holloway the former Myrtle Allison; Mr. a nd and Mrs. Floyd Anderson and children Floyd Jr, and Patty, vtrs. Anderson the former Ann ICIaln; Mr. and Mrs. Richard imUhhart; Mr, and Mrs. Jimmie Cox HI and daughter, Chris- ino; Special guest, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGregor and children Barry and John, Mrs. McGregor, ho former Libba Woods, was tho class sponsor. ATTENTION HOBBY ENTHUSIASTS: Try CUAM1CS, IK. M ·! making btavliNI oklllll Irtnl !ay. Ctoltll rfaltr In alr-contlliron*) iludlo. JONES CERAMIC STUDIO i l l CManJo SI. Phini ED 7.7154 Watch OPENING SOON Ready - To -Wear DEPARTMENT · New Styles · New Designers · Complete Selection* JOE KATZ Auxiliary Holds Meeting Personally Speaking Miss Jan Reames. who h a s teen visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holland Felts during the past several weeks, will be EUDORA -- Members of the Eudora American Legion Auxiliary, meeting Monday evening in the Auxiliary Room at the Amer- joined by her mother and father ican Legion Hut. were nrivileg-;«nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Walt ed to hear Mrs. E. C. LeLomsJReames, Chippy and_ Sue, o f ^ A t of Lake Village, Department sident of the American Auxiliary, speak. Mrs. LeLmiis in an open this week-end. The Legion'Reames are formerly of Green vill. dis- Dr. C. I.. Fields of Shaw TOP Engagen-enl Ring Bnde'i Circle! BOTTOM Engagement Ring bide') Circle! EASY BUDGET TERMS As Seen In MademalKll* Jeweler A! jiy 1*7.1. rCJ Itie KB CMnt.-bt Itlii! pike (ill I'.'iiialtc) tovi:d t U'llt ABICASVIO d-J- rx.J ii=l- cussion and a question and ans-jat home after being a patient in wer period, presented valuable in-, n, e King's Daughters hospita formation tor committee heads in Greenville for several months [on how to secure information concerning work pertaining to particular committees. SCHLOM "Greenville's Jeweler Since 190S" 417 Washington Avc. ED 2-0511 ? Mrs. Boo Ferriss and children David and Margaret of Shaw an visiting her mother, Mrs. S. L Iz.nrcl in New Hebron. Miss Fendley To Wed B. E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fendley King's Daughters Hospital, Green|of Greenville announce the en- Announcement was made of| Ilie 39th Annual Convention to be hciJ 12-H at L i t t l e Rock. Eudora may send two delegates. Mrs. W. F. Whitakcr and Mrs. Cleve Ilorton were hostesses for tlie meeting and served refreshments. Miss Saroh LcLouis, nurse at ville. came with her mother to; the meeting. GIVE. MB JUSJ 5 600V REASONS fOR HAVIM A SAFE DiPOSIJ BOX I jgagernent and approaching marriage of their daughter, WUmE Maxine, to Bobby E. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mitchell of Shaw. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Greenville High School There are as many reasons for your having a Safe Deposit Box as there are important papers and other possessions that you'd hate to lose. Let us show you one of our Safe Deposit Boxes that will keep your valuables safeguarded against loss for as little as a few pennies per week! Commercial Motional M*U Offlt* -- Kvtnr«t Mtratitl Ffdirol Dtpaiir Inu Concord Club Holds July Meet EUDORA - Twelve members of the Concord Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday at the Little Round House In Eudora and answered roll call by naming a favorite herb or spice. A demonstration "V/ays with Bread" was presented by Mrs H. J. Giltespie. Mrs. A. Z. Smith and Mrs. L. Bonner, foods leaders. They used brown and nerve rolls with syrup anrj nuts, hon ey and dates and French bread with garlic butter. The dishes used in the demon stration were later served b\ hostess, Mrs. W. D. Dawson. The curlain raiser presented by Mrs. J. H. Fondren, was suggestions to use c o 1 o r e c threads in basting materials. The club met again, at the home of Mrs. H. J. Gillespie ti work on a quilt to be displayed at the Chicot County Fair in th fall. Others attending were Mrs Robert Loll, Mrs. W. 0. Hazel baker, Mrs. W.'A. Embree, Mrs Ralph Britton, Mrs. E. L. War ren, Mrs. M. M. Dawson and ami is presently employed in the'Mrs. Curtis Morse, fccretarinl office at Chicago' 1 Mr. Mitchell attended Shaw High School and is presently, em-. pEoyed in the secretarial office at Chicago Mill. Mr. Mitchell attended Shaw f l i g h Sclwol and is employed at Greenville Mills. j The wedding vows will be sol-' cmniwd August 5 at 7 p.m. at! the Church of God of Prophecyi on Kentucky St. i Miss Schnarr j To Wed Lt, Bjornsen ' Major and Mrs. Arthur Willaid Schnarr of Naha Air Base on Okinawa announce the engagement anrl approaching marriage of their daughter, Annette Marie, to Lt. t.oren Fred Bjornson, who is stationed at the Naha Air Base. The wefkling will be solemnized Saturday, July 23, at 4 p.m. at the Naha Air Base Chnpel. The Schnarr family lived here for a number of years while Major Schnarr was stationed at G- AFB. Miss Schnarr attended the Greenville schools. REDUCED T0.;7 V A L U E S T O $ 2 4 , 9 5 · PALIZZIO · DELMANETTE · TO\VN COUNTRY FREDELLE VALLEY TKOYLING · DEB CAKKSSA · PENALJO PRICE BAGS Selected Group To T /2 Off JEWELRY Selected Groups Price CEMF..VT BIRD BATHS ROUND TABLE TOPS SEATS DELTA MARULE WORKS . m, 82 ten _ Phone 10 J-73 9A,M. MONDAY Stock Everything WOMEN'S SPRING AND MERCHANDISE (GROUP BRAS, PANTIES GOWNS) VALUES TO ? 26.95 GROUP SUMMER GOWNS PAJAMAS Girls Summer DRESSES 100 WOMEN'S D R E S S E S

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