Â·Â· ii* W * fr""* s i -VÂ» i ' , Â« - Â» Â· Â· ' . , ThÂ» ProgreM-Inde*. Peteraburq-Cblopial Height*. Va, Sunday, 5Â«pt 29, 1957 Miss* Plwllis Ann Strum Bride of Army Officer * Mr. and -Mrs James S. Strum,-? oÂ£ K Colonial Heights,' announce the marriag^ of their daughter^ Phyl- lis'Ann', ''to Lieutenant Richard Dennis Veal Jr-^son of Mr, and Mrs: Richard Dennis Veal, of Sandersville, Ga, ' Â»The double ring ceremony was performed in the rectory of St. Joseph's,, Catholic Church, September 2 by the Rev. John J Brochtrop. *The' couple is residing at Fort Benning, Ga., where the bridegroom is assigned to the Third Infantry Division. *, * Â« Â· ~ The Country Club of Petersburg opened the fall season with a formal dinner dance last night. Music'was provided for members and their guests by Hie Esquires. Â· Those attending were: Mr. and or Style,., or Quality.,. or Low Prices Indies . . . We Invite You To Shop . . . The Fashion 312 N. Sycamore St. Mrs. Ward Blagden, Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Berkeley, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Bernard Jr., Mr and Mrs, R. Boiling Cameron Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dupuy, Mr. and Airs. George B. Finney Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hamil ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Kevan John son. . Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Lewis, Mr, and Mrs. James R. Lewis, Mr, and Mrs. Henry P. McGili, Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Myers, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph B. Prince, Mr and Mrs. Joe M. Rcece, Mr. anc Mrs. Thomas Renwick, of St Louis; Mr. and Mrs. William M Rogers Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Spotswood, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison M. Woody Jr., Dr..and Mrs Munford R. Yatcs Jr. , At another table were soatoc Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Trevor McLean. Mr. and Mrs. Craddock J. NunnaHy, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Scharr, Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Whitmore. Seated with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Beck Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Mar vin D. Goodrich Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morriss, Dr. and Mrs. Carney C. Pearce Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Pilcher, Mrs. Mary B. Powell, Mr. nnci Mrs. James A. Rosenstock, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Roper Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Roper, Mr. and Mrs, William B, Spencer, Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wright, Gordon W. Walker. At another table were Mr. and Mrs. Remmie L. Arnold Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Winficld W. Lanicr HI, Mr. and Mrs. Benjwnin E. Come to Bernard-Louis for creative Hair The proper hait shaping is the basis of every hair style. Why not 'consult our expert hair stylists about your individual problems? Dial RE 2-3681 for an appointment. Stylists 39 Si Sycamore St. -- RE 2-3681 if her arts we P^T^ ...She expects a D i a m o n d f r o m e. 6 JEWELERS - SILVERSMITHS ' Mrs. Richard Dennis Veal Jr. Mrs. Kenneth Edward Copeland Lum, Dr. Natalie Lum, Miss Wilma Lum, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shell, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Traylor Jr., Mrs. Irving T. Zix Jr. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Akers,'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Long, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Spclman, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Baskerville, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mnyes Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Renwick arrived Friday from their home in St. Louis for a visit here with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Word Blagden. ' Â» * Â« '. . Mr. and Mrs, B. B. Wells have returned to their home in Colonial Heights after a visit in Detroit with her sister and brothcr-m- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll. * + * Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Evcroltc, of Couetoc, N. C., wore recent visitors with their son-in-lnw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William ',. Hackney. . Also visiting Mr. and Mrs: Hackney, were her brothers, Percy C. Everelte, of New York iily: Alton Evprcllc and. Joseph E. EvoreUe, bo'lh of Los Angeles. * * t Mr. and Mrs. C. Harold But- icr arc spending the weekend in Warwick with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kef- fcr. Mr. and Mrs. Butler were ac- By POLLY ACKERMAN ii /Sort tin G y Â£$,*. Time is one com' 'lijij moclily you'll ncv- "'"is!' cr have enough i| of. Therefore, be $ practical with a v;|Â§ simple and cffi- .Â·Ijcicnt beauty rou- y$ line. Every min- Â« : jrV:-'.:! ulc you put into looks should pay off promptly. A cnsual hairstyle that suits your looks and personality and stnys in place without constant attention is n great time saver. S;ive yourself a great deal of time and effort with a good haircut and styling. For an attractive coif done by an expert, call for an appointment at Ray's Hnir Styling, 132 Pickwick Avenue, Colonial Heights. Phone Regent 3-7039. What a dandy bedtime program: fi TLvteij RileÂ®, 'Sitting up snug and warm in their Nitey Nites is half the fun of watching TV. And best of all-for Mommy . . .they're ready for bed when the program's over! All in soft knitted cotton that's Perry-ized for shrink-resistance. a. Girl's check-trimmed ski pajamas in maliblu, pink, red, yellow. Sizes 4-14. $2.98 b. Elastic waist sleeper with patented bootee feet and H-neck, extra-long shirt. In blue, green, pink, yellow. Sizes 4-8. $2.75 c., Snuggly gripper-snap sleeper with 2" Tuck-Grow and patented bootee feet.. In blue, green, pink, yellov/. Sizes 00-4. Â§2.50 ^* New Nitey Nile "Drink V Wet" doU with Saran hair, $3.98 "Petersburg's Siftcrf Shop For Young Moderns" Eloise Stancell Aderholt, Richard H. Godsey Marry The marriage of Mrs. Eloise Stanceli Aderholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Augustus SUm- ccll, of Emporia, to Richard Henry Godsey, son of Mrs. Charles Otis Godsey, of Colonial Heights, and the late Mr. Godsey, took place yesterday at 4 p. m. in Duncan Memorial Methodist Church Ashland. The Rev. Robert Harris Kesler, pastor, officiated. The couple will live in Petersburg. -25torn The following births were reported yesterday from Petersburg "eneral Hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler, 1Â«57 Arch St., daughter, Friday. , , To Mr. and Mrs. William Enson, Rt. 5, Petersburg, daughter, Friday. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. QuickC, 203 Fifth St., Blackstonc, ion, Friday. To Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Snipes, 1920 Matoax Ave., daughter, Friday. .. . Â· lompanicd on their trip by an-\ )thcr daughter, Mrs. Harold N. 5 ost, and daughters, Carole and Susan, of Battlefield Park. * * + Mrs. J. C. Bell, of Colonial leights, accompanied by her sis- er, Mrs. O. L. Tipton, of Manns- sas, are spending the weekend in Vashiiiglon and Alexandria. * * * Mrs. H. A. Phillips and dmigh- er, Miss Caroline Anno Phillips inve been spending several days u Washington ,with Mrs. Phillips' son, Lt. Elden E. Kitchen, nnd Mrs. Kitchen. Mr. Phillips joined his family 'or the weekend and will accompany them home today. * Â» * Winners in the weekly duplicate Bridge contest played Tuesday light iu the Temple Center under Lhe auspices of the Southside Iridgc Unit were: north-south, first, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kipni's; second/ Robert Clarke and Alex T/ciieknloff; third, Mrs. Carroll W. McCann and Walter Y. Burge J r . . , . . Â· ' . . Enst-west; first, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sadowsky; second, Dr. Mar- .in Schcintock and Dr. Mark Deutsch; third, Mrs. Robert G. Laulensack and Mrs. M. H. Eilel- man. Stony Creek Club Hears District President Speak Mrs. Charles D. Klotz, of Emporia, president of the Southside District of the Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, was the speak- r at the first meeting of the season ;of the Stony Creek Woman's Ulub Thursday evening. Mrs. Klotz gave a talk, stating that the best way to keep ypung was to have outside interests. She listed briefly the major projects of the Federation since its organization and those of the local club. She urged that each member be assigned specitic work and that these assignments be rotated from year to year. Accompanying her were Mrs. C. W. Ilutcheson and Mrs. . Russell Thompson, president and secretary, respectively, of the Riparian Woman's Club of Emporia. At the request of the president, Mrs. L A. Prince, who is also chairman of a Citizens Committee formed for the purpose of securing a resident physician to serve this area, the club adopted this objective as their main project of the year. In conncection with this project, the club Voted lo enter the Achievement Contest, and Mrs. Philip Freeman was appointed chairman. Objectives and program plans were given by department and committee hends. The next meeting will be a club institute, and covered dish supper, with Mrs. G. R. Fannin, first vice president, in "charge, to be held Oct. 17. Mrs. H. H. Lilley was welcomed as a new member, and a reception was held following the meeting, with Mrs. Philip Freeman, chairman of the hospitality committee. . Dorothy Bowie Presents Students In Art Exhibit An interesting yearly exhibition of paiu.tings will be presented here next Saturday afternoon. Students of the Dorothy Bowie Studio will show their work at an open house at 415 St. Andrew St. from 4 until 7 o'clock. Friends of exhibitors are invited. The many pictures on display have been done in the 1950-1957 season. A m o n g the familiar names there arc always newcomers to the field of painting who show much promise in their work- Landscape of local scenes, fig ure painting, still life and ab stracts, in oil, water color, pastel and tempera, representing last season's work by both adults and young students include pictures by the following: 'Dorothy Arm strong, Inez Baker, Mary Bailey Eleanor Becker, Sherry Becker. Pidgy Baxter Bctts, Bernice Burch, Cele Burns, Virginia Cox Louise Douthat, C h o 11 y Easter ling, Tom Frazier, Celia Geary Mary Bernard Hamilton, Marcel la Hammock, D o r i s Harwell Charlotte Moore Humphreys. Eloise Minor Johnson, Bobbie Kcrshaw, Ann Kinsey, B o b b y Kirkpatrick, Ann Leake, Alice Maclin, Mimi Maclin, Virginia Maguigan, Betty Marshall, Betty McGili, Pat Murphy, Allen North up, Esther Parris, Emma Porter, Pete Porter, Brownie Rcece, Kip R o p e r , Jane Saylor, Jessie Thompson, Susan Wolf, Betty Wyatt. Miss Bowie will display two of her own pictures done this year on the North Carolina Coast. She has just completed her fourth summer as director of the Outer Banks Gallery and Studio at Kill Devil Hills, first art gallery and art school on the Outer Banks. 1957 summer students represented ten states. Former summer students and patrons will be visitors Saturday to view the exhib it. Drain the fruit from chutney (if there is a yrcat deal of sauce- and mix it with grated cheddar cheese for a delicious sandwich filling. neth Edward Cepeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley E. Copc- iand, of Waverly. . ; The wedding took place June 1 hvDillon, S. C. Miss Parrish attended Madison College and Mr. CopeJand is attending'Randolph - Macon College, where the couple is making their home. Â· Mr. Copeland is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. . Homemakers Elect Officers For Year The Stony Creek High School Chapter/Future Hmwmakers of America, has elected Faye Barnes as president for the 1957-58 session. Other officers elected are Becky Rideout, vice president; Barbara Cole, secretary; Betty Gillianv, treasurer; Betty Lou Gill, reporter; Joan Fay Gill, parliamentarian; Jane Dunn and Nona Mason, historians; F r a n c e s Mobley, farm leader; Mrs. J. A. 'Ridley and Mrs. Harvey Dunn, chapter mothers. Committees have been appointed as follows: Finance, Joan Fay Gill, Betty Gilliam, Mary Lou Dunn, and Virginia Neaves Rose; objectives, Betty Lou' Gill, Lita Ridley, Janet Dunn, ,and Judy Dunn; p r o g r a m , Alice Faye Poole, Sylvia Rideout, Jacquie Heislcr, and Louise Thornton; refreshments, Jane Dunn, Nina Mason, Sandra Holbert and Otis Jarratt; degrees, Barbara Cole, Donna Spiers, Lorraine Winfield, and irginia Sue Rideout. There was no home economics department or FHA in the Stony Creek High School last year due to the lack of a teacher. Miss Laura Jean Atkins, of Waverly, who received a BS degree in H o m e Economics from Mary Washington College in June, is the teacher of this reactivated depart- (ho wonderful new discovery (hat makes your feet feel pampered! A creamy *hiie lotion iSol loattni lhÂ« rough, dead ikin of feel in o jiffy, Modei I hem TooV ileek and imooih, feel sofl and soothed. WorVi wonden on elbowi, hands and cvlide. loo bo Iff. '.50 *t; MAGEE' CORNER DRUG STORE RE 3-8171--Sycamore nt H;Â»nk 250-Car Parking Lot 100 Ynr'ds From Our Store Miss Jean Laverne Parrish Weds Shirley E. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Eari Beckwuh c ~l . Â· Â· " ' Â·' Â·" : , . ' . " . ' *' ment and advisor for the FHA. ! At a meeting of the Pocohontas Federation held'in Waverly High School Wednesday afternoon, Betty Lou Gill's name was . placed on the slate' of officers as vice president. Election of officers will be held at Surry High School on November 11. Betty Lou's qualifications were presented by her sister, Joan Fay GUI. Also attending this meeting were Martha Rose, who served on the nominating 'committee; Barbara Cole, who helped plan the 'Federation program. for the year; Becky Rideout, vice pesident of the io- cal chapter, substituting for the president; and Miss Atkins. Included in the Pocohontas Federation are Stony Creek, Prince George, Surry, Hopewell, Petersburg High School, and Petersburg Junior High School. Miss Jarratt And Mr. Carlfon To Wed Mr. and.Mrs. John A. Jarratt Jr., of Stony Creek, announce the cngagement'of their daughter, Audrey Joyce, to the Rev. R. Stuart Carlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Carlton, of Richmond. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Jarratt is a student at Petersburg General Hospital School of Nursing. ' The Rev. -Mr. Carlton is a graduate of the "University of Richmond and is now attending the Southeastern Theological Seminary in Wake Fore'st, N. C. FWC To Hold Tea Tuesday Afternoon The Federated Woman's Club will open the 1957-1958 season with a tea in the Elks' Club Tuesday at 2:30 p m. . The afternoon will feature a skit "A Heavenly Organization" performed by the following members of the club: Mrs. Jacques N. Aimi, Mrs v Gordon A. Coleman, Mrs. Roy L. Creasy and Mrs. Gilbert Picardat. Mrs. Charles E. Waters will be chairman of the day. Â· * Â· * Â· SISTERHOOD TO MEET, Sisterhood of B'rith Achim will hold an open meeting Tuesday at Marinate peeled raw shrimp in a tangy French dressing f o r about ari hour and'then broil. Serve with a baked potato and a green sala'd to which shredded red cabbage has been added. Toss the salad with F r e n c h dressing mixed with cream and crushed garlic. Tropical paradise on the , FLORIDA KEYS TTie hotel and apartments All year round resort situated on I2..acreÂ« of Ocean Front Property located halfway between Miami and Key West-* just 1 ! /2 hours' drive from Miami. Spacious and beautifully furnished de luxÂ« guest rooms and efficiency apartments. Really fine food at moderate prices. Private sand beach and tiled swimming pool... landlocked yacht harbor available , .. wonderful fishing--guides available. Truly an island poxadisel Write or wi*e for reservations, or for illustrated brochiu*. ISLAMORADA, 8. p. m. in Temple Center when (he program will consist of introductions of chairmen. i .Â·:' , " Â» - Â» " Â· Â· . Â· ' . . : GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Poplar Lawn Garden Club will meet Wednesday at 3 ;p. m. in the home of Mrs. Henry W. Maclin, of Defense Road. * Â» Â» CLUB TO MEET Mayfield Garden Ciub will meet Wednesday at I o'clock in the home of Mrs. E. H, Graves, 1663 Brandon Ave., when Mrs. J. E. Poole will speak on "Holiday for Exhibits." . Did you know there are two sorts of scallops on the market? One .variety is the small bay scallop, the other the large sea scallop. swansdown Three-piece ensemble AS SEEN IN HARPER'S BAZAAR The eye-slopping beauty of the plaid shortcr-than-long lopping that's only "held" closed, over a dyed_-to-match Orion sweater and straight wool skirt. $59.50 . Stvie EXCLUSIVE READY - TO - WEAR Shop... Spero's Monday Nile 'til 8:39 f i g u r e - s m a r t Skippies with comfort-minding manners From Maine to California, the favorite figure-maker . . . Skippies underlines college classics. Shown here, a brilliant example, Skippies Pantie No. 843. Light Nylon elastic with firming front and back panels. (Also available as Girdle No. 943.) White only. Come in, be fitted today. S.M.L. $75P Ex. L. $7.95 Shown with" "Life-Romance" Bra No. 582 t in Nylon. Sizes 32A to 36C. $3.50 ,!-,, -vÂ» Be sure to see our Fall Fashion Show at the Southside Virginia Fair in the Grandstand--Tuesday night at 7 p. rti.
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