The Bee from Danville, Virginia on August 25, 1952 · Page 14
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Two Social News Lynch-Myers Bridal Party Honored After Rehearsal An after-rehearsal party for the Lynch-Myers wedding party and .close friends was given Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Lynch on North Main Street who entertained jointly with their daughter, Miss Corrine Lynch, an attendant in the wedding Saturday afternoon at Mofiett Memorial Baptist Church. Mixed summer flowers formed 1he house decorations and bridal ices, nuts and minis were served, j The guests numbered twenty-five, including the honorees, Miss Betty Jean Myers and Joseph William Lynch, Jr. * * * Miss Myrna Shields Becomes Bride Of Eugene Towler The marriage of Miss Myma; Evelyn Shields, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. C. E. Shields, of Blairs,' to Eugene Goodson Towler, son of Mrs. J. T. Towler, of Chatham, took place Wednesday evening, August 20, at 7:30 p. m. The candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Dennis at the Methodist parsonage in the pres- enqe of relatives and friends of the bride and groom. The bride wore a street length dress of navy blue and white with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of red rosebuds. The bride attended Spring Garden High School and the groom attended Chatham High School. The couple is making their home at Chatham where the groom is presently employed at the Star- Tribune. * * * Brunswick Stew. Honors Veteran The Bee: Danville, Vq,, Monday, August 25, 1952 --Old Dominion MRS. WARREN" CTJNDIFF The marriage of Miss Miriam Mattox, daughter of W: C. Mattox, of Gretna, and the late Elsie Haden Matlox, to Warren Cundif/, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly C u n d i f f , aiso of Gretna, took place August 16 at four o'clock in the afternoon at Anderson Memorial Methodist Church, Gretna. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. A. McCormick in a setting of palms, white gladioli, chrysanthemums and cathedral candles. A musical program was played prior to the ceremony by Mrs. Mildred Ashworth, pianist, and solos were sung by Miss Ann Dove. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory satin with long sleeves and cathedral train. The bodice was of ivory chantiily lace with panels of the same lace extending down- the MRS. WAYNE WINSTON Miss Dorothy Lee Browder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. BrowderC of this city? became the bride of Sgt. Wayne Winston Davis, USAF son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Weldon Davis, of Blanch N C on Saturday. August IB, at 3 p. m. in Main Street A brunswick stew was given by lront of tne skjrt - A bandeau of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wyatt yesler-' im P° rted lacc and seed Pearls held day at Toshes Lake honoring Hugh ll01 ' fi ""°'- ti " """ "" i"""«» *-"' E^Seay, CBT, USN, who is home on a 30 day leave from the Korean War. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Seay, L. H. Seay, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Hup Safer, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Francis and children, Sue Carrol slid Butch. Mrs. M. S. Sigmon and son, Marviiv Mrs. L. P. Hawker and son, Leon. Mrs. Earl Frink, Mrs. Maude Hall, Mrs. Vernie Gravely. Mrs. Geraldine Walker. Miss Jam'e Dove, Hale Pickrel, Willie White. George Crawford and sons, Mickey and David, all of this city, and Miss Margaret Ann Stanfield, of Newport News. * * * . . . . . . . . Golf dub Plans Labor Day Outing Mid-week activities at the Danville Golf Club , will be featured by the regular observance of La- dips' Day on Wednesday with reservations to be made Tuesday morning. JLabor Day will be observed this year with an outdoor barbecue for members and guests from 1 until 3:30 Monday, September 1, on/ the club lawn. "; * * + P/cn/c To Be Event Of Mt. Hermon Club The Mt. Hermon Woman's Club \vill hold its annual picnic supper Thursday at Oven 6, Ballou Park, beginning at 6:30 p.m. All members and their families are invited to attend and bring picnic baskets. Drlttks will be furnished by the club. In case of rain the event will be postponed u n t i l a later date. * * + Order Eastern Star Activities Listed her fingertip veil of illusion and she carried a bouquet of white flowers. Mrs. Elwood Bowling, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Polly Simpson,, both oil Gretna, were bridesmaids, and Miss J o y c e Knupp, of New Market %vas maid of honor. They wore identical gowns of ice blue embossed marquisette and carried fan-shaped bouquets of picardy gladioli and talisman roses. The bridegroom had his father as best man and the ushers were Talmadge Holt, Edwin Andrews, P. A. Murphy, of Gretna, and William Taylor of Suffolk. The bride's stepmother, wore a teal blue silk shantung dress with navy accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The mother of the bridegroom wore brown sheer with matching accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride. After a southern wedding trip the couple will make their home at Pulaski. Recent Courtesies Honor Ann Pollok f Saturday Bride-Elect Among the recent prenuptial honors for Miss Ann Pollok, of Chariotteville and W h i t m e 11, whose marriage will take · place at Whitmell Methodist Church August 30, was a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. S. Douglas Harper of Dry Fork. Joint hostesses were Mrs. W. Preston Harper and Miss Gertie Harper. The home was attractively decorated with mixed garden flowers. Forty friends of the honoree were invited for dessert. The bride's place was marked with a gardenia coinage. \ Several progressions of bridge and canasta were played, Mrs. Sam Acianis receiving the prize for bridge and Mrs. Joe Frances and Mrs. Donald Phillips for canasta. Mrs. Ferd Pollok received the draw prize. At the conclusion of the games the bride opened her gifts. Punch was served d u r i n g the afternoon. The hostesses added crystal to the many gifts received by the bride. Methodist Church. Tlie Rev. Walter M. Lockett, Jr., performed the ceremony. Palms and candles were used at the altar and a program of wedding music was presented by Mrs, A. T. Gunn, orgariist, and Miss Marie Lundie, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, .wore a ballerina length dress o f ' w h i t e nylon tulle over white satin with bodice and fitted sleeves of rosepoint lace. She carried a white prayer book showered with white orchids. Miss June Powell, only attendant, wore blue nylon tulle and lace with matching halo and carried an arm bouquet of pink and white carnations. Bernard Davis,, brother of the groom, was best man. The mother of the bride wore black nylon net with- a purple orchid. The bridegroom's mother was attired in black crepe with a purple orchid. A reception \va"s held in the church parlor where the bride's table had a centerpiece of white chrysanthemums with a wedding cake at one end. White gladioli decorated the room. The couple left for a trip io Carolina Beach and a f t e r September 16 Will be at home at "Pensa- Light Sales Expected In EastemN.C. Tobacco Growers Harvesting Crop RALEIGH, N. C.--Sales on mar kets of the Eastern North Caro tina Belt are expected to be ligh .his week as growers are busy harvesting the ' flue-cured tobacco crop. The markets sold . 14,405,462 pounds during the first two day! of operation last week at an aver age. $50.06 per hundred pounds The average was $1.65 under that of the corresponding period las: year. More lower quality grades were sold and volume was lip aboutIVz million pounds. Receipts of. the Flue-Cured Stabilization' Corpora- ion under the government loan vere around 13 per cent of gross ales opening day, compared with 6 per cent for opening week last 'ear. Prices remained steady on the )arolinas Border belt last week s gross sales totaled 41,509,408 rounds averaging 554.14 per hundred. This was the heaviest volume f the season by around six rriil- ion pounds. The price average re- nained the same as the previous week. Quality was lowered by increased proportion of common and low quality lea£ grades. South Carolina markets sold 23,442,572 pounds last week at an average $54.11. North Carolina sales totaled 18,066,836 pounds averaging S51.89. S300 PHON'E CALL WITH U. S. 4DTH DIVISION, Korea (/P)--A S300 phone call-collect--was made recently from Tokyo to Chaseburg, Wis., by Second Lt. Grant W. Hume to his wife, Hilda. The lieutenant was on rest leave in Japan. "Hilda kept saying we should hang^ up--but we didn't," said Hume. VACATIONING at Portofino, Italy actrass Ingrid Bergman Rossellini carries her son Roberto p£ck-a- ^ h ,? Uday resort is on thc guilio Gulf, some 17 miles south of Genoa. Ingrid Recently became the mother of twin girls, Isabella «nd Ingrid. (International) Dhess Players Vtove Indoors NEW YORK (/P)--Central Park's hess and checker players will love from the park benches into a rand new heated building this all, thanks to an anonoymous do- ation of $38,000. -The brick shelter will house 14 ame tables with space for 28 amps and a goodly space" for ki- itzers. Th octagonal slructure 'ill be 35 feet in diameter. The park's several hundred less and checker enthusiasts Of 11 ages have played outdoors in 1 kinds of weather since an old ustic wooden building burned own a number of years ago. The United States is the world's The most savage of tribes cele-jlargcst consumer of mica, but pro- hrate funeral feasts, according to d u c e s - o n l y a fraction of its own the Encyclopedia Britahnica. Rules Against Forrest Bedell OfReidsviHe Can't Have Name Placed On Ballot RALEIGH (/P)--W. Forrest Bedell of Reidsville has been barred by a court decision from haying his name placed on the general election ballot as the Republican candidate 'for Congress in the Fifth District. The ruling was handed down Saturday by Wake Superior Court Judge W. C. riarrjs. A notice of appeal to the State Supreme Court was given by Bedell's- attorney, Clyde Randolph/ Jr., of Winston- Salem, The State Board of Elections re- r used several weeks ago to certify 3edell as the Republican candidate when It learned that he was listed on the Ro'ckingham County regis- 'ration books as a Democrat. Testimony at the hearing Satin--; day indicated Bedell had registered as a Democrat in the 1950 primary elections to "vote for local candidates who -were his friends." Jedell reported he later contacted us registrar and asked that his egistration be changed to Repub- ican. The change was never recorded, the court was told. Judge Harris said Bedell had Reckless Driving eScheduled irist C. Jordan . Charges of reckless driving and causing damage to state property will;'be' filed against Charles J. Jordan of Danv/lle as a result of a collision on the Yanceyvill* Road Saturday, North Carolina State Police announced today. In the accident, which occurred near Moon Creek early in th» morning, Jordan's car rammed into the side of a North Carolina State Highways truck, knocking the rear wheels and axle out from under the vehicle' and smashing his Own car. Damage, to the truck, which had been carrying lubricants a h d ' l u - bricating equipment, was estiraat- fid^ at almost $5,000. ( ' -Trooper D. ft. Price, who investigated the mis. hap, said Jordan's car suffered afc least $800 damage. ./fhree men. in the Iruek were unhurt In the collision. Jordan was taken to Community HospW la], where his physician reported that h e h a d suffered m i n o r scratches and bruises. His con- dltion was not considered serious, nit he remained, in the hospital '.oday for treatment. 'ailed to comply with state election laws which say that a candidate :annot run for office on one party .icket and still be registered as member of another party. "S0_ UPSET BY 'CHANGE OF LIFE' AT MY HUSBAND! writes Mrs. "Now I don'l «uH»r 'from 'hot ftothti' and Another courtesy was shown the bride-elect when Mrs. Minor Tarp- cola, Fla. For travel the bride ley entertained at a breakfast at wore a powder bine linen suit U 3r home aMVhltmell. :/ with white accessories and the The home was decorated through- orchid from her prayer book. out with siimmer flowers and place _ ,, -- .... v , A . V T - ^ I V i i i . i v * f y t u f c . i ^ J - I J L ; J L J I I U C : ij a (tlaClUcILt; U l ;:ards in the bridal motif completed George Washington High .School :he appointments. The hostess presented Miss Pol- F. B. I. in Washington, D. C. ok a corsage upon arrival and later at the breakfast a piece of *"·-·-* u v nn, 1/t.caivittsi i pi The bride is a graduate of Madi- silver in her chosen pattern. son College where she was a member of the German Club, Theta Sigma Upsilon, and Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternity. She is now a member of the faculty of Pulaski schools. The groom is a graduate of Blue- Field Junior College where he was president of the Student Government Association. He is now a senior at V. P. 1. * * * Personals Cpl. Douglas Walker, son of Mr. -- "--'" -"«i».ii » m iuecu and Mrs. Tommie Walker, of Rotitel T u e s r f a y ?li £ht at 7:45 at the home 3, Chatham, has returned to the oi Mr. a n d _ M r s . George Murphy states after being overseas for over a year. He is expected home within a week or two. Besides the honoree, the guests included Mrs. F. L. Pollok, Mrs. Harry Clark. .Mrs. Edward Harper, Mrs. Tom Mitchell, Miss Sally Pollok of Liynch burg, Mrs. Ferd Pollock of Charlottesville, Mrs. George Pollok, Mrs. Overton Harper and Mrs. William Barber. - * * * Glenwood Circle To Meet Circle 1 of Glenwood Pentecostal Holiness Church w i l l meet Miss Pat Ramsey. Miss Mary ravely and Biliy Gravely have Mrs. Irene C. Bass district returned to their homes a f t e r a deputy grand lecturer, of the Grand Chapter of Virginia, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a school of instruction on Tuesday evening at 7:30, tn the Blue Lodge Room of the Masonic Temple. This school is held for the benefit of all member as well as officers and the worthy matron an3 instructor request, a full attendance. ten-day visit to the latter's b r o t h e r - L j l , J !n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.! " J. L. Evans, at Pensacola, Fla. on Route 58. Mrs. J. T. Salmon, leader, has announced that there will be a guest speaker and requests a f u l l attendance. + * * Personals Mrs. Lena Carter and Mrs. Cora yesterday from The annual outing of Kaufman- Brydon Chapter OES. will be held at Oven 6. Ballou Park, Wednes- clay. August 27. at 6 p.m. This will or a basket picnic- for the members, their families and friends In case of rain, the picnic will be held in the Banrjuet Hall, nth -Uoor of the Masonic Temple Lt. Russell S. Hill, of Jacksonville. Fla.. spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Nora Payne Hill, on Holbrook Avenue. Lt. Hill will sail Thursday from Norfolk on the aircraft carrier, Leyte, for five months of sea duty in the Mediterranean. ( a v l s i t Lo Mrs. Wallace Bennett, of Avalon Drive, and Mrs. Norman Holland, of Axton, will return home Tuesday after spending three days in Washington. D. C. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vernor. Mrs. C. W. Moore field is a j patient at Community Hospital. I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cassadn. of! Ciaihorne Street, have as their guests this week. Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Santone and daughter. Man Asks For Housekeeping License SUMMER SPECIALS ON PERMANENTS $3.50--$5.00--$7.50--$10.00 LOUISE BEAUTY SHOP OPERAORS: Mrs. Alee Touchstone, Mrs. Lela Jones Next Door Cot and Fiddle on Floyd Street Formerly In Grant Building SEND US YOUR CHILDREN'S SCHOOL CLOTHES TODAY To Avoid The Rush Tomorrow Main 125 Watson St. ' _ -- ---· Ctcaneri -- · CALLAHAN CLEANERS Pickup CONWAY, Ark. (/PI--A man stepped briskly up lo the counter at the Faulkner County cotirtliou.se anrt asked for a "housekeeping license." Clerk Mrs. Jewell Crow diplomatically informed thc man that she was authorized to issue marriage licenses'--hut not housekeeping permits. He asked another {clerk and got 1h- same answer. ; The caller finally departed the j courthouse, apparently to continue "housckeelping" -sans license. FINAL RITES HELD BIRDGEWATER, Va. (£)--Fu- neral services were conducted here Saturday for Dr. R u f u s D. Bowman, president of Bethany Bible Seminary in Chicago. P r o m i n e n t educators a n d churchmen were among those attending rites for the 53-year-old Church of the Brethren leader. He died Wednesday afler suffering a heart attack aboard a train in Kansas. Bowman's brother, Dr. Paul Bowman, president emeritus of JM-idgewafer College, conducled the services. The bride is a graduate of and has been connected.with the The groom is a graduate of Yanceyville High School and is now with the USAF 6600th Medical Group. Out of town guests were Mrs. Mary L. Hester, grandmother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hester, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Hester and sons, Jimmy and Richard, Miss Claire Moody, of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Purgason, of Blanch, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson, Miss Mac Davis, of Greensboro, N. C. NAMED SECRETARY RICHMOND, Va. (XP) -- Marlhn Bell Conway, 35-year-old Richmond lawyer, is the new secretary of the commonwealth. She was appointed Saturday by Gov. Battle to succeed Mrs. Thelma Young Gordon, who retires September i. Miss Conway, a native of Raleigh, N. C., has practiced law here for 13 years. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond Law School. The secretary of' the commonwealth certifies proclamations, pardons, extraditions and has charge of other official state documents. · . Records show t h a t cold w e a t h e r is j u s t as likely to occur svhen (.he moon is new as w h e n il is full or in any other phase. Model ID-B BIG 8.2-cu-ft. G-E Space Maker Refrigerator with al! the latest f e a t u r e s -- l o t s of food-storage space--and it's dependably G-El CONVENIENT TERMS / Come in Today! 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""^^TT'TM'^ It took her only about an h o u r ./v^ -· to f i n i s h the e n t i r e waving lotion si ep -- inclurlinp test cnr).*! First ilep finilhad --4;14 o'clock She used "Naturuliier" to make her wave really p e r m a n e n t ! Her wave it now finished . . . Now h e r hair is set in pin curls for her hainto! LILT WAVE FINISHED-ond hairdo styled loo- IN LESS THAN 2 HOURSI 4:52 o'clock REFILL stilt only $1.25* ·plus tax P l n V u r l s dry fait (but hair ·wound on curlers does not). - So, by 6:30, her Lilt is already . brushed and combed into a smart, lovely hairdo! And heat of all, her Lilt wnve in so p e r m a n e n t -- so much l i k e N a t u r a l l y Curly H o i r , il will lust m o n t h s n n d m o n t h s ! Bui what ihe ilitl doei NOT know il -HER WAVE IS ONtY SEMLPERMANENTI Won't Ion nearly ai long ai a Lilt. LIU WAVES {.AST up to 3 TIMES LONGER! A NO-NEUTRAUZER W A V E . She nlso s l n r t c H - n t 3 o'clock. Has woitnrf r u r l s and applied wnvinir l o t i o n ; r i n s e d w i t h water (or usrd l o w e l to remove exro"? l o t i o n 1. Firtt »t«p flnitKnd--4:00 o'clock (which you may not k n o w M w u t ) She is now n i a r t i n j r to W A I T HOURS, with her h n l r on curlers. ( W i t h X a - N e u t r a l l z e r p r o d u c t s you need slow drying on c u r l e r s . ) STItt W A I T I N G ! She'll worrinrf now. She has a date at seven! 2 HOURS GONE-S MORE TO GO NO DATE FOR HER TONIGHT! still has H O U R S TO WAIT! 10 O'CIOCK-SECOND STEP FINISHED.., 7 hours alter »he startcdl And LOOK at that k i n k y , frimy hair -- because it dried on the curlcrst Now she hag to re-wet her hnir and set it in pin curlsl ©1952, The Procter Gamble Co.

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