The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on October 11, 1944 · Page 3
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Wednesday. October 11, 1944 The D*U» Mfss Evelyn Sharp Honored A t Break fas t Mrs. A. P. Carithers and Miss Lorraine Carlthers gav«» breakfast Sunday morning in the Sunset Room of the Hotel Greenville tor Miss Evelyn Sharp of Leland, bride-elect ot Lt. Robert L. Alter. Miss Sharp wore a tailored suit of green Shepherd wool Stotuesque«Royalty o with matching beret and brown accessories. Tube roses, dahlias and fern in three bowls .placed in the' center and at either end of the table carried out the green- and-white color scheme of the h?«kiast' MlSCellCUieOUS roses and white dahlias and several pieces of silver. Informal pictures were taken eakfast. after the The Business Women's Circle of the Baptist church in Leland gave miscellaneous shower for Miss ij.elyn Sharp, bride-elect of Lt. Robert Lewis Alter, on October. 3 at the Baptist church in Leland. , Receiving at the door was Miss 'iMyrtle Dyess who kept (he regis- '"«*"""· . Her, Miss Annette Till served the The guests were Miss Evelyn|p uncn Miss Sharp, who wore a 2v,*i»-n Mrs. nivdfi Oriffin. Miss',»«.*.. «;i n n\ress with a shoulder ' ,-eetheart roses, was ,. , - ,, -, -- .yicad.^v* *YA«I many lovely gifts. Leigh Keith, Mrs. Dalton Alley, Refreshments were served to Mrs. Robert Wingfield, Miss Glen-! a i) OU t 75 guests. oa Day, Miss Jane Lowery, Miss' # * « Catherine Wilson and Mrs. Mary q - _ t - j f r-; v ~ n auth Osbome. DSdied iBd Vjiveil For Miss Sharp Miss Josephine Kersh gave seated tea in her home in Leland on October 4 for Miss Evelyn Sharp, bride-to-be of Lt. Robert Lewis Alter. Those present were Miss Sharp, Mrs. H. C. Sharp, Mrs Clyde Griffin, Mrs. Jerome New- Many Out-Of- Towners Shop Here Many out-of-town shoppers have been in Greenville during.the past few days. "Among them are Mrs. O. A. Lee, Mrs. J. W. Jorden, Mrs. Sam Neal, and Mrs. Pete Valentine of Hollandale; Miss Evelyn Sharp, Mrs. G^W. Pigg, Mrs. Mrs. Albert Bouler, Mrs. Billy Condon and Mrs. Floyd Huddleston of Leland; Mrs. H. P. Kirkland of Mayersville; Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Hany Ogden and Mrs. J. F. Jackson of Rosadale; Mrs. Chap Skinner ot Lake Washington; Mrs. W. E. Campbell of Midnight; Mrs. Ward Krwin of Erwin; Mrs. fe W. B. FletcRer, Mrs. Milton Bav- ?arls» nett, Mrs. Tom Pitts, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Williams of Indianola; Mrs. E. T. Cashion of Lake Vil- lake, Ark.; Mrs. C. B. Webb, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Miss Ann Patterson, Miss Margaret Mays Patterson, Mrs. D. H. Mays, Mrs. Darnell, and Mrs. Sam Speakes, jr. ' of Benoit; Mrs. Ray Toombs anc Mrs. R. F. Cartlidge of Arcpla Mrs. Fleming, Miss May Fleming Mrs. S. M. Spencer ,Mrs. M. S Olson, Miss Ruth Fleming anc Mrs. Allen from Glen Allan; Mrs Suggs, Miss Sur^s, and Mrs. Oscar Johnston of Scott; Mrs. Leonard Myers of Eudora, Ark.; Mrs H. M. Hervey of Moorhead; Mrs M. E. Barrett, and Mrs. C. E. Allen of Nitta Yuma; Mrs. E. W. Stone and Mrs. T. R. Pittman of mark, Mrs. Burncll Waits, Mrs Juantla Williamson, Mrs. O. J Kersh, Mrs. L. G. Keith, Miss Emma Myrtle Dyess, Miss Jewel Castle/ Miss Sadie Ruth Abernathy, Miss Elaine Bounds, Miss Martha Barr, Miss Lorraine Carithers and Miss Helen Nunnery. Royal Great Danes, Evonger* Hercules, left, and Keide arc- held under tight rein by lovely Leah Magrini at Western Specialty Clubs Association's 34th annual pure-breed show In Chi- They were entered by , lit . . Evwiger ot Wheeling Hollandale News HOLLANDALE--The report of the Hollandale Surgical Dressing center for the week October 2 to October 6 it as follows: Monday night, Mrs. A. H. Tern- P i e t 0 n was the captain in charge. The workers were Mrs.- Alma Fur- Miss Martha Johnson, Miss does. program here," Dr. Knight con- Mr. Marlolas was born In Greece tlniwd. Though ho Is an American now. "A program of this kind Is his tics are stil! In the soil of badly needed here and should be ancient Greece. Many ?f this fam- Lly are there. "I grieve." lie said, "1 know the Germans. Marlolas Hissed Greek Liberation Date By Few Weeks On « cone- ete culvert located on South Theobald Is inscribed the date July SO, 1944. A member ot °ns time before I write It on and ! know know my people they starve rather jarricd on by the health department, however I feel Viol at the present tlinc it is not practical than serve the Hun, That dote I bet and write, I think about a some future generations may pause to look at It and wonder, »nd turn the ^ojes of musty books endeavoring to discover its significance. His looking will go unrewarded. The date was placed there, scratched into the wet concrete, by Christ Marlolas. It was the date he set for Greece, his nat(ve country, to be freed from German rule. Days and nights of pondering id worrying had gone before Mr. Marlolas saw hope enough to even set a date, feeling it would be realized. That he missed it by .e freedom was accomplished he concrete and make my bet. 1 Dr, Eva Dodge To Visit Greenville Dr. Eva Dodge, assistant direc- ;or of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, nccompnnled hj Dr. Virginia Howard, director of Maternal and Child HeaUh, of the Mississippi state hoard of health are scheduled to arrive hi Greenville .In the near future, Dr Knight announced today. "They come lor the purpose oi conferring with the local henlll we lack the personnel to make I effective and lack the cUnlc pace to carry it on," he said. "The plnus will be included in our post-war program, \vhtch will nclude other needed public health measures.'' sixty days does not matter. Thnt department staff .-elallvc to in stiluting a planned parenlhooc Wasn't Idle YONKEUS, N. Y. (A 1 ) -- Ulrlch Wleseiidangcr moved here 50 years Ago. intending only to follow his profession of pharmacy. He has served as city civil ser- COLDS aimottn WICKS W VAPORUB foUen mlwrr, u moil motheri do. Rub the thrott, cheat tnd back with llmt-teated ice commissioner, county corone^i ate examiner of Irust funds, uri- ersheriff and sheriff, and mayor* few he is chairman of the Itxiu rod board. , O R D E R Y O U R X M A S C A R D NOW Tin GIFT SHOP 3M Wi*h. AT.. r*«n« CULLEY DRUG STORE Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Hartsfield, Mary Evelyn Johnson/Miss Nina nee Katie Butler, former teacher ximms, Miss Celina-SheUon, Miss n the Greenville schools, will vis- Merle Thompson. It Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Guilkey this Mrs. A. H. Tempteton and Mrs. wirek-end. Mrs. Hartsfield is ai member ot the teaching staff of All Saints College, Vicksburg, this winter. * » » Miss Julie Rhea Burns is home from the hospital after having undergone an appendectomy. * t » Etelka Armstrong, Seaman Second Class in the WAVES, and formerly of Greenville, spent her furlough wilh Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crgwson. Miss Armstrong is stationed in Richmond, Virginia, where she is training in office headquarters, v w * * Joe Maggio of Yazoo City, spent Sunday in Greenville with friends. * * · * Miss Marjorie Cook of Clarksdale is spending a few days with Lake Washington; and Mrs. John;her brother, Sam Cook. W. Johnson of Tuscumbia, Ala. j * « · · · Mrs. Charles Lee and Mrs. John ! Dickens of Leland, were in Green- Mrs. Wade Negus and herjville on Tuesday. daughters, Louise and Catherine,! have returned to Greenville after! Mrs. E. S. Tatum and Mrs. J. spending^ the summer in Frank-^. Phillips spent the week-end in L ,,. ... ,_.. Memphis with Mrs. J. C. Brantley. fort, Kentucky. * Miss Frances Mauceli of Jack-' son spent the week-end with her ^family here. ' New Cream Deodorant Safely helps Stop Perspiration , toe drttiei and men's i 2* Prevents under-ann odor. Helps srop penpiration stfely. 3* A purt, white, Antiseptic, suin- Jeu vinlihJn^ ccram. 4* No wiitLQg to y. Cia be lued right after shaving. I. AwirdeiJ Approval Seal of Americinlnsdcutc of Launder- ing--humleji to fibric. U« Arrid Miss Ann Grasty is leaving soon pr For t Benj amin Harrison, i n ndianapolis, Indiana, to take a three-weeks course. * * + Mr. and Airs. Hacprave Announce Birth of Daughter Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Hargrave announce the birth of a daughter in the King's Daughters Hospital on. October 10. 3. S. Rainer .were the captains in charge Tuesday morning. The workers were Mrs, T. B. Owen, Mrs.-J.'S. Brock, Mrs. Effie Borefield, Mrs. R. W. Stafford. Tuesday afternoon the captains were Mrs. Frank Ricketts and Mrs. S." · L," Lane. The workers were Mrs. C. F. Hall, Mrs. Charles Clower, Mrs. Malloy French, and Mrs. Herbert Thompson. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. C. B. Goodwin was,the captarri.wUh workers Mrs. R. N. Aldridge, Mrs. Effie Barefield, and Mrs. R. \V- Stafford. Thursday afternoon the captains were'Mrs. K. D. Alexander and Mrs. A. H. Templeton. Mrs. C, B. Goodwin' was-the worker. Friday afternoon the captains were Mrs. Will Atterbury and Mrs. H. R. Haneline. * * * In .honor of her . guest, Mrs Shelton Bass, M r s . Mallory French had as her guests foi lunch and bridge at her homi Tuesday Mrs. Georgfe Stock, Mrs Will Atterbury, Mrs. Frank Rickett and Mrs. Charles Clower. # ». * Mrs. Neita Neal left:Wednesda; Keeping Pigeons Quiel Is Big Task An endurance contest is being run in Greenville between an' ever-increasing family of pigeons' and" W, J. P. R . ' T h c E igcons have moved in on the alconies of the old Bank of Washington building which houses the radio station. The family is quiet only when the station is quiet. When the first early morning broadcast begins to announce the happenings of the world the pigeons rise and loudly voice disapproval. "Some one should make those pigeons be quiet," a citizen of Cotton Row, said- today. "You can't hear the news for the noise they make. 1 ' Fire Department Has 2 New Member* Two new members have been added to the Greenville fire department. One, Perry Dickson has jeen placed at Fire Station 1 on Main street and the other, F. M.II Sandefer, is at the Number 2 sla-|| tion on North Broadway. The men are being put through!! routine training, learning to use I the tools of fire fighting and|| studying maps of the city. Greenville Study Club To Meet Friday The Greenyille Study Club will meet Friday afternoon, at three- thirty in the home of Mrs. Ben Wilkes. Herman Solomon will speak on "Latin, and Its Meaning for Us." Each member is privileg- for Long Beach, Calif., where she will be the guest of her son, Lt.- Billy-Neal for several weeks. Miss Jean Wolff, who is a student at L.S.U. in Baton Rouge, La., spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wolff. Mr." and Mrs. Edgar Wicks and children, 2d anil Kay, of Trihbetl were the guests of Mr*. J, O. Wicks Sunday. Mrs, C. F. Logan and her daughter^ Joyce Ellen, left Saturday for Memphis where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Billy Brinson of Columbia is the guest of Mrs. Joe Tiscr. Petty Officer First Class O. M. Mangum will arrive Friday to visit 22 City Court Cases Late Today Twenty-two allcged offenders are due toi'eportJn city .court,this afternoon. Four are charged with drunkenness, 4 cafeless and reek- ess driving, 2 with spooding, 6 with petty larceny and 6 with minor traffic violations. attend. ed to bring a guest. Mrs. WilkesJMrs. Mangum. Mr. Mangum is on would like to know how many will a 30-day leave after spending 22 months in the South Pacific, Mrs. C, E. Cookc and Mrs. Free Dowling with her chidren, I.ce and Ann of Greenville were the guests of Mrs. E. W. Scott Wednesday. Lt. Donald Crawley, who lias] just completed a 3-weeks course at Orlando, Fla., is spending a 7-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crawley, before going to Fort Sumner, New Mexi- The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vincent born on September 22 in the King's Daughters Hospital has been named Robert Patterson Vincent. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (ff--William F. Eybel enjoyed the first slice of a roast pork his wife cooked for him. But he soon enjoyed it more My best Friends were amazed L O O K S u u". · . u V y l- . i, C co where he is stationed. Sulur- as he bit into a hard object which d - Crawley will go lo Clinton turned out to be a baby's gold °f,^ to visl , £ ls broBther| Qmnnr ! rln ^-, _, . . . ... who is a student at Miss. College. "They don t ring a hog with vini . ent Crawley will also join his jhjngs_lhinE.5,"_said Jybel. 'brothers at Clinton. 4 he-man' wallets . . . makes ideal gifts for men in the service ... or at home! No man has enough wallets until someone gives him one from Arnold's . . . then his wallet problem is s o l v e d . Skillfully designed to carry cards, passes, c r e d e n t : als, bills. Handsomely designed o f f i n e leathers. If he's overseas mail it by Oct. 15 3 .00 on {Plus 20% Federal Tax) Many Other Gilts in Fine Leathers Wallace Arnold, Jeweler Strriv the Delta for 58 Reed French is home from. Tinds Junior college waiting to' je called to the Navy. Mrs. John Gary of Eupora is he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl xjwe. She came especially to see lor new grandson, John Gary I --'Promote th» flow of vital dlgeilive iulcn 2 -Energize your My with RICH, RED BLOOD! e t, overwork, undue wor- Six Children At Guidance Center Six Washington County children attended the Child Guidance Center held at the local Health, , , - DepaHment today. The center is ;r |es, co | ( j S| the nu or other i)| ness a service instituted last winter byj often impairs the slomacii'A dlgcs- the Mississippi Slate Board of five functions and reduces the red- Health for the study or children's i bl « xl strength. school and behavior problems. ,oV^ Z%£,°tZ$ r ?,tS n °,Y, I It is directed by Dr. Estclle A. *tomach aigtBiiTe capacity of only M Magera, and carried on in chosen^j-^aM,. £^-£^£f p points throughout the state. The, toreioie itt balance and function prop- problems dealth with arc fears. ««?· Unmsesird rood p!«c* a u.« on' . . ( . . . . ..,,,, ,, ,, the «vst*m... Insufficient bl«xl ttrcoRtb truancy timiaily, stealing, run-, u , diriment to good health. nine away, poor adjustment toi K you are mibject la pocr digestion .h;Ul »fX \ m «u«pcct deficient red-blood as me nooj, etc. ,! cause of your trouble, yet f.aTC no nr- The service is free. Any cmicToanlc complication or focal Infection, frnm T to Ifl in the state may be oSS Tonic may be Ju*t wh«t you needl irorn j 10 in in uie Bioie in«jr uc s3srmtclst»t!At»jtafnealtla entered for study and help. The pr)mott the now cr VITAL niazsxiva work was started in Greenville JUICES in the«torn«cli »nd (2) to build- last winter and discontinued dur- u ? r SJ- s ? 3lD . 061 S,TM ro TM t «,' u ",^ n «S. ng the summer. This is the firstf you to enjoy tbe rood you do eat . . , to of a number of clinics which will f m r t e u i f t o f i t M . K»ttj« int*»d«i Thu* be held here during the school | g ' ' Bulld Sturdy HejIHi } »nd Help America Win ' teatined to the benefit! SS3 Tonic h»J brought lo them bud rclentlftc re«*»rch ·howi that It geU r^sulVs -- that'i why K) many ray "853 Tonic bulldiHurdy health --make* you reel Ilk* fou.Mlf »R*ln." At drug rtores in 10 and 20 TONIC helps build STURDY HEALTH DRUGS 321 Washington Avenue Fast Delivery Service H. P. REINSCH, Owner Phones 887-888 (to Fleets i.w Phospho Soda 49c 1 Lytol Disinfectant 89c | flbtorbli* Jr. 98c I LADIES MANICURE SCISSORS 1.00 and 2.28 75fl LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC CROWNING OLORV COLD WAVE PERMANENT 2.00 Yardley Hand Cream 65e 1.25 Poids Cold Cream 98e BOc Johnson Baby Powder 39c Colyt Talcin Powder -BOc 1.00 JergMs Lotion .79e I.M Hindi Honey I Almond Cream We Upjohns UNICAPS Bottle 100 2.96 5 Oc Phillips Milk Magnesia 39c 50o Forhan's Tooth Paste ... 2.25 MENNEN BABY OIL (Glint Site) 1,78 tM B»rb«. Gould . .- REVLON Chanting Praam 1.26 NAIL ENAMEL 660 Contl Castile Shampoo 39c Botany Lanolin Lotion 1.00 Written PariiMa* Bath Sails .39c 75c Fureldt Aspirin Tabtols (IOOs) 49e 1.20 Saldwall Syrnp Pepsin 98e TEK TOOTH 2forBlc I.M Alboltne Ctamtlng Croam Emiecnm* BkJit * 3,80 3.00 MEADS 3LEUM PERCOMORPHUM (largo) 2.67 PABKE-DAV19 iRRADOL A (Hospital Siie) 2.23 1.25 S. M. A. POWDER MILK (pond) Me Pr«-W»r BARBER STYLE SCISSORS 2.76 Old Spte* TOILET WATER MAX FACTOR PAN CAKE MAKE UP ' (All ShliM) :I.6Q IVORY SOAP I2c Woodbury* FACIAL SOAP 3for2Bc SKecr AMD MAIL QViKSEAS SIRVtCC GIFJVSffOKS JERIS HAIR TONIC and HAIR OIL Both for 76c We Will Pack Your Gifts In Official Oversea Boxes LKATJIKR BILLFOLDS 1.00 to 7.50 FT. PEN and PENCIL SETS (MillUry Clip -- UK Point) 8,00 Sol KAYWOODIE PIPES 5,00 HAND CARVED ALGERIAN BRIAR PIPES 5.00 - 7.50 ant* 10,00 HAIR BRUSHES 69candup lv*r Shave Lotion 1.00 Sportsman Shave Lotion I.SO SPORTSMAN SHAVE LOTION and TALCUM SET 2,25 ~~ JEURKI.LE Shave Bowl 1.00 COLOGNE and TALCUM SET 1.65 HAWICK Playlnn SHAVE LOTION and TALCUM SET 2.00 Cards 39c up AVERS FEET TAKE WINGS (Lotion and Balm) I JO Air Mail Stationery FOUNTAIN PENS I JO and 2,41 50c and 1,00 AVERS MAKE-UP-ROLL COMPLETE WITH COSMETICS Old Kplcc COMPLETE WITH CUnHETlUB «l U I AM Bine for Waves - 5,00 - Brown for Wacs Shave Mug 1.00 LEATHER (With Zlpptr) Cigarette Cases 89c Tobacco Pouches .1.00 up LEATHER FITTED MEN'S TOILET KITS 5 JO tO 15.00 Military Hair Brush and Comb Sets -- .1.39 up AVIATOR STVLE METAL FRAME SUN GLASSES (With Cite) 15.00 Talc For Men 25c Sea-Breeze Shave Lotion 50c BE SURE AND INCLUDE VITAMINS IN YOUR OVERSEAS PACKAGES PLENAMINS - All the Vitamins Pin Liver and Iron M Day Supply 2.59 HAVE YOUR DOCTOR PHONE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO CULLEY DRUG Medico Cilirette Holders 1,00 Leather CirareUt Cases 49e

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