The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 16
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18 Sunday, June 6, '65 Delta Democrat-Times Miss Mary Lou Perry Rolling Fork .Rorablings Mr. and Mrs. Solan Polk of New Orleans were here t h i s weekend to be with her moth er, Mrs. Myrtle ' Worthington. Mrs. E. L. Pearson has jusl relumed , from Ft. Worth, Texas where she was called due to the death of her brother D. C. .Sheffield . who formerly lived in Rolling 'Fork. · Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry Ben- »rd, Nancy, and Bill were in Clinton attending Ihe graduation of Mrs. Benard's niece, Di- ·nne Duck. Mayor Sam Rosenthal was a recent visitor in Memphis ·pending several days wilh Mr. «nd Mrs. Charles Rosenthal and son, and A. W. Rosenthal. HAIR FASHIONS ED +-4171 .. Cnn« ID J.CW5; July Rites Are Planned By Miss Mary Lou Perry SHAW -- Miss Mary Lou Per-j ry will become the bride of John Thomas Parkinson III of Drew in a ceremony to be performed at the Shaw Baptist Church on July'15. Making the announcement of ler engagement are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William David Perry of Shaw. Mr. Parkinson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Parkinson Jr. of Drew Miss Perry is the granddaugh ter of Mrs. Andrew D. Pigg and the late Mr. Pigg of Eden and of Mrs. David Perry and Ihe late Mr. Perry of Ya2no City Mr. Parkinson's grandparents are Mrs. John Thomas Parkin son and the late Mr. Parkinson of Lexington, and Mrs. Early Ashley Burton and the late Mr Burton of Tutwiler. The bride-elect is an honor graduate of Shaw High School She is a senior at Delta Stale College where she is a member of Pi Gamma Mu, and of Kappa Delta Pi, a Faculty Schola and on the Dean's list. Her fiance graduated from Drew High School and is atlcnding ilississippi Slnlc University vhere he is affiliated with Alpha Pi Omega social fraternity, nnd Tau Kappn Epsilon. He has served in the Air Force nnd vas stationed at Offult Air 'orce Base at Omaha, Neb. Golding Acres Cookout Honors Seven Seniors Seven Greenville High School seniors were honored recently wilh a cook-out given at the Golding Acres club Iwuse by Mrs. Hilman Logan, Mrs. B. T. Scott, Mrs. R. L. Van Norman and Mrs. David Jones. Complimented were Allan Na-; ion, Bill Buchanan, Al King, Jim Tohill, Malcolm Graham and Allen Graves. The party featured a western- ranch theme. Bales of hay were placed around the pool for seats, and miniature red lanterns and patio lamps lighted the pool area. The walls of the clubhouse were decorated with colored paper on which were printed name brands representing the honorees. About 75 attended, two high school graduates Two Graduates Are Entertained The William Boland home at Fstill was the scene of an open house Wednesday honoring Miss Elhcl Davis Wood of llollandale nnd Miss Susan Kirk of Greenville, both recent graduates. Mr. and Mrs. George Stock Jr. were co - hosts. Miss Wood and her escort, Bill Houp, and Miss Kirk, wilh Randolph Smylhe received guests in the living room with the hosts. The honorees were presented with corsages of daisies, sweetheart roses nnd blue cornflowers. Music for dancing was provided by (he Jokers. Refreihmenls were served from o polished table featuring summer flowers in a silver bowl flanked by silver candelabra holding while lapers. Assisting were Miss Kloise Stock, Miss Marsha Boland, Miss Lyn Wood and George Slock til. About 50 guests from Hollan- dnle nnd Greenville attended including parents of the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Torrey S. Wood and Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk. Miss Sullivan Honored At Methodist Reception HOLLANDALE -- The mem bers of Ihe Hollandale Method isl Church honored Miss June Sullivan wilh a reception given in the church reception room on Sunday afternoon. Miss Sul livan, public sciwol music tea cher in Hollandale Consolidated School for a number of years :ias resigned to teach in Bilox next session. Miss Sullivan has directed the choir in the Methodist church for some time. THE MOST ELEGANT PARTIES BEGIN WITH LENOX Come in ; and see our wide^wonderful selection of beautiful Lenox China. Choose Lenox--the exquisite china -that is known and admired the world around. Lenox makes only one quality,-the finest Receiving wilh the honoree ivere the Rev. Truman Brooks, Mrs. Truman Brooks, Mrs. Vlarcus Trendway and Mrs. David Holland. The beautifully appointed te. able, overlaid with an embroid :red linen cloth, was centered vith a silver candelabra wilh a. irrangement of gardenias. Mrs Torrey S. Wood served coffee and Miss Sandra Wilson, punch Assisting with the serving vere Mrs. Lloyd Kilpatrick, Mrs. A. T. Geditie, Mrs. J. D. D owers, Mrs. Slacy Kellum. Miss Sullivan was given a sil r er fray by the church. Miss Sandra Wilson who has servet s church organist was given copy of "Leaves of Gold". Miss Wilson, a 1965 graduate o lollamlale Consolidated School, vill enroll at Belhaven College exl session where she will lave a scholarship in music. About 80 allended. ; MUSETTE by LENOX. The nls't ^p£ green garland Is accented by dove gray f^y' «nd burgundy flowers In jewel-like raised enamel, V^,, Platinum outlines ihe fluted edge of ihe. Sculpture shape. 5-pIece setting; 26.95 nts't ifet'? 3i?4: -.-·: [FERIAL by LENOX. Magnificently regal ... jj.classic beauty of the rich, 24-k, gold h that crowns iho glowing ivory china. iff the traditional Standard shape, 6-plcco totting,,, 24.95 V m m ttf% Hither'n Yon Home Study Offered "IMPROVING HOUSE and Grounds" is a home study course offered by Pennsylvania State University. It includes ideas for making homes more livable and grounds more ntlraclive, also floor plans of efficient bathrooms and kitchens, and a guide to improved storage. For a copy of the course, send $1.75 to Correspondence Courses, 202 Agricultural Education Building, University Park, Pa. 16802. Make check or money order payable to Pennsylvania State University. MRS. WILSON K. Krclschmar returned from Fort Worth, Tex., where she visited a fortnight with her sister, Mrs. Warren Shipman. Miss Harriette Brush of Houston, Tex. will arrive Monday lo visit Mrs. Kretschmar. Miss Brush is en- route to her summer house in Monteaglc, Tenn. MR. AND MRS. B. F. Walden had their grandsons, Tim and Mark Walden, ages ·! ami 3 of West Monroe, I.a., as their guests for a few clays last week. ·fr ft -A' MISS DARCEY Mauceli and Miss Becky Mauceli left last week lor a two weeks visit in Houston, Tex. They will be staying with their aunt, Mrs. Hannah Hallette. Mrs. Hal- lelle spent a week in Greenville. MR. AND MRS. George C. Weathers III gave a raft cookout on Lake Ferguson recently honoring Sonny Minton, who attended with Chiela Pelezo. Also attending were the honoree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Minion, Miss Carol Palmer with Johnny Edwards, Miss Darlene Nelms and Joe Gatey, Miss LEnrla Carroll nnd Frank Brocato, Miss Joyce Coleman with Rick Clemenls of Montgomery, Ala. FORMER Greenvillian Bruce Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Long of Broadalbin, N.Y. was in Greenville this week visiting friends. He and a schoolmate, Brad Wooler of Easton, Pa., are enroute to New Orleans and Florida. The boys attend St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. MR. AND MRS. Bill Klaus of Cary, were hosts last Saturday evening at an anniversary dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stein, who were celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hafter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grundfesl, Robert Moses of Memphis and Miss Lynn Grundfest. THE JOE Weinberg home has visitors coming and going this week. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris of Santa Monica, Calif, arrived for a short visit before going home after a three month tour of Europe and the Middle East. Mrs. Morris left for home today and Mr. Morris leaves Saturday. His departing plane will hold their son, Jimmy, a student at Proctor Academy in New Hampshire, who will be arriving for a visit with his grandmother. * -A MISS LOLA Lee Eustis, who graduated Friday from the University of North Carolina, arrived home yesterday for a brief visit wilh her mother, Mrs. Herbert Eustis, before leaving on Wednesday for Europe. She will be gone about two months. Miss Eustis will teach in Atlanta in the fall. ·£ ft ft A VERY young puppy was recently abandoned in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dyar, 634 Havana. The puppy has been nursed through the howling stage. Since the Dyars already have a large collie, they would like to find a home for the puppy, who looks a little like she might be a beagle. If interested call 5-2006. ·f( -ft ft MR. AND Mrs. Bruce Embry of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams and family. ft ft ft MRS. RAYMOND Fada of Philadelphia, Pa., and Memphis, Tenn., is visiting in the home of Mr; and Mrs. Clifton Cothran on Causey Drive. * ft v'r MR. AND MRS. H. C. (Buddy) MuirheaS Jr. and children, are visiting her brother-in-law and sister,-Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gillespie of North Richland Hills, Fort Worth, Tex. While in Texas the Muirhead family will also go to Six Hags Over Texas. ft ft ft MRS. S. R. Brown recently honored Miss Susan Harper, Greenville High School graduate with a i spaghetti supper. The table centerpiece was a gold and black globe and silhouette nut cups marked places. Miss Harper and her mother, Mrs. Henry Harper, received corsages. Also present were: the honoree's escort, Allen Graves, Miss Lynne Downs with Ronnie Powell, Miss Ann Johnson with Bob Grube, Miss Linda Yarbrough with Jerry Jones, Mrs. Henry Harper, Miss Alice Harper and Miss Shirlene Brown. ft ft ft MR. AND MRS. C. A. Tate and their granddaughter, Beth Livingston, are in Atlantic City, where Mr. Tate is attending the Rotary convention. They will also visit his brother, Robert Tate, in Rome, N.Y., who has recently returned from a four of duly with the U. S. Air Force in Turkey. ft * ft MR. AND MRS. Frank Signa and children, and theil niece Rosalie Pruitl, are vacationing in Pensacola, Fla. ·A' ft ft For Items To This Column Call ED 5-1155-Ext. 36 !j Lunch Honors Miss Gerdes The Sloneville home of Mrs. Buford Williamson, was the scene of a luncheon Friday, honoring Miss Rachel Gerdes, bride-elect of Raymond Lee Lewand Jr. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Clyde Standofer, Mrs. 0. B. Woolen Jr. and Mrs. Charles Speakes. 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