The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 25, 1960 · Page 3
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Miss Jean Patterson Becomes Bride Of Robert E, Lancaster In Impressive double ring riles at the First Methodist Church on Sunday, at 3 p.m., Miss Lunda Jean Patterson of \Vinona became tho bride of Robert Edward Lancaster. Dr. N. G. Golding, pastor of the church, officiated. Tlie bride is (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Palterson of Winona and the granddaughter of Mrs. T. W. Patterson and (he lale Mr. Patterson of Winona. The groom is the son of Mrs. Monis Lancaster Sr. and the lale Mr. Lancaster of Greenville ami is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bishop of Hazelhurst and the late Mr. and Mrs. Grant B. Lancaster of Greenville. The altar was decorated with arrangements of giant white chry santhcmums, lube roses and glad- iloi in bronze vases, flanked by floor candelabra and fern palms. The bride, given in marriage by her brother. Charles Patterson, wore an ankle-length gown of Chantilly lace and silk organza over laffeta. The scalloped bateau neckline and cap sleeves were traced in irridescent sequins. The basque bodice was accented with a cummerbund ol silk organza which ended at the back in a butterfly bustle bow. The full organza skirt featured lace appliques. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a crown covered in irridesccnt sequins. She carried a white Bible and a boll-' quct of stephanotis and tube roses centered with a white orchid with showers of satin and tube; rose flowerets and streamers ofj satin. : Attendants Named Her only attendant was Mrs James Lamar Cummins of Kilmichael who wore a dress of pink chiffon over pink taffeta and carried a bouquet of lavender asters and tinted snapdragons. Attending the groom as best men ws Ross Hodge. Ushers w»re Jimmy Lancaster. Archie Lancaster, Edgar Lee McAlexander, and Oscar Caradine of Cleveland. A program the caltleya orchids. The groom's mother wore a blue lace dress with matching accessories and a pale lavender cat- tlcya orchid corsage. Out-of-town guests attending included Mr. and Mrs. Billy Green- Ice, Mr. ami Mrs. Cary Brent, and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Decareaux Jr. of Jackson; Miss June Fyfe and Mr. and Mrs. James Williams of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. King, Mr. Jnd Mrs. Arnold Herning and Jackie, of Winona; Mr. and Mrs. James Lamar Cummins of Kilmichael; Mr. Mrs. Jack Conn, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Lee Brister, Jr. of Crystal Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman of Crawfordville, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nickols of Garland, Texas; Miss Annette Reagh of Byhalia; Mr. and Mrs. T. T). Palmer of Indianola; Miss Bess Stoker of Tunica; and Dr. and Mrs. Francis Conn and Miss Nancy Stoker of Hattiesburg. 1'or Travel For (ravelins the briile a white waffle oulift trimmed pique two-piece in Alencon lace Fur-Flung Fashion Is Forecast By JOY MILLER NEW YORK (AP) -- Fall 1960 may go down in fashion history as the season of the fur-flung, glitter-gilded status quo. Wilh no major change in silhouette, the accent is being put on opulence. Fabulous fabrics, rare animal skins and costly jeweled (ouches are lavished on styles not especially new. A spirit of dress ing up for its own sake is in the air. That's the feeling at the end of five days of New York designer showings for the nation's visiting fashion editors. Press week came and Mrs, James Conn, Mr. and f° a close Friday afternoon with of nuptial mnsic w«a presented by Mrs. James lxin, organist, a n d Holland Shaw, sdoijt, who sajg "I Love Thee" and "Tha Lord's Prayer." Reception Held Immediately following the cer- ·roony Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pat- tanoa entertained with a reception in the church parlors. Jn 8w receiving line were the i«twfy-w«ds, Mrs. C. R. Patterson, mother of the bride, Mis. Lancaster, mother of the groom, and Mrs. James Lamar Cummins. The bridal table was covered with a pink lace cloth over taffeta, centered by a tiered wedding cake encircled with a wreath ol tube roses, stephanotis and flowerets. Floor baskets holding with red accessories and the orchid from lier bridal boucjuet. Aflcr a brief wedding trip the 1 couple will be at home on Fairview. Rehearsal Party Miss Jean Patterson and her finnce, Robert Edward Lancas- were honored at a supper Jarly on Saturday night at the Salad Bowl, immediately folknv- 'ng the rehearsal for the wedding. Hostesses were Mrs. Monis Lancaster Sr., mother of the groom, Mrs. Byrd Sorrells Jr., sister of the groom, and Mrs. Myrtle Lancaster, the groom's aunt. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in (he decorations. The guest list included the honorees, Mrs. C. R. Patterson of Winona tha bride's mother, Miss Peggy Patlerson of Winona, the bride's sister, and Mr. and Mrs. James I-amar Cummins of Kil- michnel, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Car- ariine of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lancaster III of of Starkville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson, Ross Hodge, Jimmy Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lee McAlexander, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dunn, Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Golding. Miss Peggy Cole, Holland Shaw, and Byrd Sorrells, all of Greenville. Gary Club Holds July Meeting ROLLING FORK - The July meeting of the Cary Home Demonstration Club was held in the home of Mrs. C. T. Partee. Mrs Francis Hammond called the Anne Fogarty's display. During the week the experts had viewed nearly 40 glittering collections, but no doubt f) time they again will be able to see a sequin without flinching. Looking back over the showings, these are the trends that stood out: The major silhouette is one of ease, softness, motion. The waistline is lowered, usually in a subtle manner to give the body a more fluid, graceful line. Tunics and overblouses are rampant. Skirls come in all degrees: straight, pleated, cut on the bias, "nil, swinging, rounded, pouf. Many of Christian Dior-New York cocktail dresses, for example, .ve skirts that begin at the hip- ine, with bows for accent. Often there is a sort of balance: a full skirt with a straight or filed bodice, and a slim skirt with i Moused [op. In suits, jackets come in vary- ng lengths, from waist on down. Some are lined with fur or have :heir own stoles. Coats have a beautifully con- Irolled bulkiness. often achievec :hrough dropped shoulders anc widened sleeves. The costume look is dominant, with cent and dress combinations 'or both daytime and evening suits with their own coats, dresses with jackets. For evening there is a new em- jhasis on formality, withtlxpecta ion of great gala and elegant balls during the fall and winter chrysanthemums, tube roses, and meeting to order and the devotion- gladioli banked with fern palms were used in decorating the room. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Patterson wore a pink lace dress with matching accessories and a shoulder bouquet of laven- j a l was given by the hostess. A discussion of tlie pros anc Shrimp Salad Plate $1.25 Chilled Fruit Plate $1.25 BROWN'S DELISH SHOF CAFETERIA CAMPERS RETURN -- Three of the young set who spent last month at Camp DeSoto on Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga are, 1-r, Miss Carol Ann Golding, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Golding of Winterville, Miss Princella Wilkerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilkerson of Winterville, and Miss Karen Walcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Walcott, Jr. of Greenville. The youngsters are displaying the honors each received w h i l e at camp. Miss Golding holds the emblem of the camp's Glee Club; Miss Wilkerson holds the award she won in the Horse Show; and Miss Walcott holds the honor camper award she received. Miss Bennett To Wed J. M. Johnson LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - Mr. and Mrs. Laye Houston Bennett announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanelte, to John Maxie Johnson, son of Mrs. John Chester Johnson of Monticcllo, Ark., and the hie Mr. Johnson. Miss Bennett is a graduate of Lakeside High School, Lake Village, and attended Arkansas Agricultural and'Mechanical College at Monticcllo. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of Monticcllo High School end of Arkansas A. and M. He will enter tJie University of Arkansas iJella Dcmocrnt-Tlmwi Monday, July 25, '.'GO 3 Miss Drummond Is Shower Honoree Held At Community Center Miss Dorothy Louise Drumm-|laneou5 shower held at tha Cfnv Hadassah Official To Visit City Miss Fonnye Schwartz, Nash- is planned. Vance-Watson Engagement Announced SHAW - Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vance of Shaw announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Annette, president. Mrs. N a t h a n Rosen, WoodJawn. Miss Schwartz has long been identified with the Zionist movement. She has served as Region, _ al President of Junior Hadassah, to James Walter Walson, son of:Regional President of the Busi- ond, bride-elect of Robert Kcithj m u n j t y Center. Cranston of Leland, was the hon-l oree Thursday night at a miscel-: Hostesses were thn KotioHt'* aunts. Mrs. J. C. Windham, Mrs. Troy Riveley, Mrs. Frank DAllri- va. Mrs. Frank Dallriva Jr., Mrs. William Dallriva, Mrs. -Philip Greco, and Mrs. Pete Dallriva, and r.er fwo cousins, Mrs. .Floyd Sherman and Mrs. J. H. Beck- urn. - White tube roses and. summer stock were used in decoration throughout the room. -Hie re- Ifrcshment table was covered With la white damask cloth artd was centered with an arrangem'ent of the chosen tube roses and flow- 3 crystal bo\yl.. Gifts were displayed on a side table. Miss Drummond wore a beiga sheath with matching accessories, and a corsage of pink.. carni- Schocl of Medicine at Little Rock| vil!e ' Tcnn - wlw is area vice in the fall. An August wedding' president of the Southern Region of Hadassah will be in Greenville on Tuesday. She will meet with the Greenville Hadassah Chapter board at 10:30 a.m. in the home of the Designing Woman By ELIZABETH HILLYER A wall could hardly be more elegant than with a cons of jury service for women was held. * The roll was answered with suggestion on how each member could "open a door" to help her country. This comes at a in Me n i s _ :ime when there are many important issues to think about. There ,vas a hundred-per-cent attendance of members, but Miss Price, Home Agent, was unable to be present. months. In keeping, the gowns are pale textured silk !ong, narrow, slinky--in silks, sat-[ ins, chiffons, beaded and metallic brocades, lames, and fabrics gleaming with sequins, jewels and beads. Necklines were often collarless, to reveal a swanlike neck, but they could be swathed in furs, stoles or scarves. Personally Speaking Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Announce Birth of Son Capt. and Mrs. William R. Thomas of Reno, Nevada, announce the birth of a son, William Richard, on July 13. The mother is the former Miss Joyce McCaa of Greenville. Mrs. Lois Grandparents McCaa Rainey of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Thomas of Reno. Mrs. Vada Sims spent Friday Personally Speaking Mrs. Lee Belford of New York City is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ralph McGce. covering of and many a wall today looks as if it had such a covering when the material isn't silk at all, but hardy, flexible vinyl plastic. The new remarkable likeness to rich fabrics is very far indeed from the start plastic had on walls. The heaviness and shine is gone from the delicately textured patterns. A great favorite is a fine moire. These vinyls were developed for use in offices, restaurants and other public rooms where easy care and resistance to scuffing, tears and spotting is a necessity, but they soon refined to an appearance that prompted decorators to put them in homes. The watered silk type is made by one company alone in seventeen colors, and other textures have the effect of other silks, straw cloths, linen, monks cloth, burlap and matchstick weaves. The lightweight plastics are backed by cotton and cloths of other fibers and are hung by paper hangers using special adhesives. (Moires and other p a t t e r n s Be The Perfect Guest By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer What If You Have an Accident a Thousand Miles From Home? 'You tan get help ImmedioleJy H you bought your 'or Insurance from on Independent Insurance agent. .There-are?over; 100,000 independent agents across the country who display this seal. A single telephone call--and any one of them ^vill gladly assist you in any way possible, from getting prompt repairs to filing a claim. too* tor lAte teal before you buy Inturonca. So you are going to 00% guest again. For a weekend? A week? A short summer?. If yju weren't aware of the guest mistakes you rrmcle last year, do some soul-searching now lo see whether you were a good guest or a bad guest. It'll not only prove beneficial to your hostess, but perhaps she'll ask you back again. Here's a guest quotient: 1. Arrive on time or notify your hostess in plenty of time that you have been delayed. Don't wail until she's meeting the train you missed to get in touch with tier. 2. Wail until the family tells you how the home schedule runs before you tell them of any plans you have in mind. If you have a friend who lives near, wait t w h i l e before you dash off to vis it her. 3. Be prompt for meals. I: there isn't any help in the house ask Itow you can be of assis tance, particularly at meal time xnvder that has spilled on bu reau or rug. Be easy on the iowels. 6. Be aware of the little things Don't lake over Uie living room [f you want to read past a rea sonable time, do it in your rcom If there is a radio in your room do not play it while others sleep he bed, dust and remove any sketched - Vyguard, of Monsanto JHron vinyl plastic.) Mrs. R. McM "The woodwork in the Iwuse we have just moved Kittle Home Is Scene Of Bridge Party SHAW - Mr. and Mrs. Pele' Kittle entertained the members of the couples bridge club, and other guests, at their home on| Thursday night, j Arrangements of colorful summer flowers were used in the liv-! ing room and den. A dessert course was served when the guests arrived, and was followed by several rounds of bridge. Prizes were .warded Mrs. Calvin Lucas ladies high, Mrs. Bob Flanagan, ladies low; Boh Flanagan, high for the men, Louis Vause, low for the men, and Earl Kaigler won the bingo hand. O t h e r s present were Mrs. Vause; Calvin Lucas; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Watson Cleveland. Miss Vance is a graduate Shaw High School. Mr. Watson of'ness and Professional Groups of' Hadassah, Regional Coordinator] of of fund-raising. In her localj graduated School. from Cleveland High An early August wedding at the Interstate Baptist Church is alanned. The door prize was won by Mrs. Ed Bussey. · ..'. · - .'; \. Approximately i 50 attended. community she was city director' of the Zionist Youth Groups. She has served on the board of! the Jewish Community Center! and -is active in many civic' Drn'mc ' CUSTOM MADE "SEAT COVERS"!. Also Furniture Upnoliioy A-l Upholstery Mrs. Earl Kaigler, and Mr. and into has natural birch doors in!.Mrs. Harry Germany. the living room, dining room and den, although the door and window frames arc painted to match the walls. I feel that the doors : should also match the walls, especially since I don't like the shiny finish on the birch, and it isn't the same wood or in the same wood finish color as any of our furniture. Do you agree that the hostess Thursday at noon al Mrs. Wheatley Entertains. At Lunch Mrs. Forsythe Wheatley wa: the wall should be panned, or should they be stained the wood colors of the furniture in each room as my husband suggests? There are four doors in the living room alone." It would surely be much simp- a luncheon given at the Salar 1 Bowl, honoring Mrs. Gay Cole man Helm of Herndon, Va., and Mrs. Albert Metcalf of Odessa Texas. Centering the table was an ar rangcnient of multi-colored roses ler to paint the doors the wall!in a crystal bowl, colors than to try to imilate Ihc Furniture woods, which are different in grain as well as color. Guests included the Mrs. Helm and Mri. honorees Me teal fe .. , . . , i art] Mrs. Joe Bell Harbison, Mrs Matching the doors to the walls I Edmund Mctcalfc. Mrs. Rex Kim also creates m uninterrupted brell ant! Mr... William Payne background, which is an advan- , tage lo most rooms, and especially to one in which (here are; four doors. Mrs. G. \V. C. "I'd like lo put matclistick blinds instead of cur-i tains in the bedroom my t\vo sons' share, b:it the younger one still takes naps and I'm afraid t h a t the blinds would not keep nut the sun enough for him well. One window i to sleep average If you arc delegated as (able set-! 10- ter, be there in plenty of lime cd. to do the job. if it can be heard out of you room. 7. If the hostess expecls you to observe a curfew, don't sulk. She is responsible for you during your stay. 8. Be p r e p a r e d clothcswise. Establish before hand w h a t clothes you should carry with you. Don't expect your hostess to; have extra umbrellas, rain hats,, sweaters, ff you don't have these things on hand, borrow them from friends or buy [hem before! you go on your trip. · 9. Be diplomatic. If your hostess is the mother of your good friend and they have a squabble, ignore it. Don't assume that you must side wilh your friend. size and the others are clerestory. Can you make a suggestion? What would be a good color if the room must have curtains, go with beige walls and red nigs ami bedspreads? ' ' Matchstick made to hang with the sticks vertical on c u r t a i n rods can be had with backing so they keep out sun. 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