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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1957, Danville, Virginia                             Four Daniel Receives DAR Award Of Merit The Bee DonvHIe Vo Friday April 19 1957 Leaders At Mary Baldwin College Table Arrangements Mrs Liggan Outlines Exhibited At Meet Aims Of State Group Of Brookside Club Medical Auxiliary Mrs Joe C Lumpkin was host M BAD OR ess to the Brookside Garden Club MRS SOC for its April meeting yesterday Projects and State afternoon at her home on OakMedical Auxiliary were discussed wood Place by Mrs Lee S Liggan of IrvingJ As the members arrived they ton for the Womans Auxiliary to were invited to view and study jthe DanvillePittsylvania Academy the various types of table Medicine at a business meeting ments in the living room diningheld yesterday at Memorial Hosi room den and kitchen done by jpital some of the members j Some of the projects mentioned5 Spring flowers were used j by Mrs Liggan were support ofi throughout and blended with the j Mental Health Associations and I pink color scheme of Mrs Lumpj clinics in the communities and kinss home i support of the Medical Education j The first table in view was a Foundation an organization which formal tea table done in a white gives financial aid to medical stuj arrangement while in the den the dents and to students in related informal coffee table was decorat ed in yellow In the living room was an interesting arrangement with two silver compotes on a large tray supporting a single arrangement done in the Hogarth line Of interest also was the dining room table decorated in pink and Mrs Mayo M TVorsley first vicepresident of the Dorothea Henry Chapter Daughters of ihe American Revolution is shown the Award of Merit to C Dan5 Daniel National Commander of the American Legion on behalf of the Virginia Daughters The a was in I Bee Staff Photo j grateful acknowledgement and sincere apprecia lion of outstanding services and worthy accom I plishments for the protection of our Constitu I lional Republic At right is Mrs W Walker Peers state corresponding secretarv of the D i A R Russia Holds CloselySpaced Atomic Tests Elkins Trial Resumed After OneDay Delay PORTLAND Ore trial of Portland gambler Big Jim ElWASHINGTON Chairman kins accused of violating the fedDurham DXC of the Senate era wiretapping resumes Housc AtomicEnergy Committee said todav a series of five Russian lere toaav after a one dav nuclear test explosions this month 1 U S Dist Judge rtnuam rastindicates the Soviets have a sub White Editor Rejects Bid To Va Dinner fields Mrs Henry R Bourne president conducted the business and intro duced Mrs Liggaa Also a guest for the meeting was Mrs John Rj St George of Portsmouth presi dent of the state auxiliary Mrs Girard V Thompson Civil Defense chairman presented mem lavender with flowers to blend by I hers with material for a Family the use of irises tulips and lilacs The kitchen table carried out the Easter theme with pink and blue mats and china A few colored Defense Administration outline Action program for Home Protec tion and showed a home firstaid kit assembled according to Civil eggs were used and a tiny rabbit with a miniature arrangement of pastel flowers Tea was served by the hostess following the meeting It was reported that nurse re cruitment films will be shown in Cites Racial Restrictions RICHMOND Va invita held up testimony in the trial yesjstantial supply of atomic weapons1011 to a homecoming dinner here terday to give defense attorneys But another member of thePIar 17 for distinguished Virginians an opportunity to listen to RepVan Zandt saidhas been rejected by a white rtw he ernment contends Elkins and histo develop weapons worth stock aide Raymond Clark obtained bypiling tapping telephone lines The jury the public Lambert Davis director of the University of North Carolina Press The Atomic Energy Commissionat Chapel Hill N C and former and refAECl said yesterday Russia oneditor of the Virginia Quarterly I Mary James Hendrix Mr Showfety To Wed REIDSVILLE N and Mrs James Templeton Hendrix of Reidsville have announced the engagement of their daughter Mary James to Robert Eugene Showfety son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Showfety of Greensboro Miss Hendrix attended Salem College in WinstonSalem and made her bebut at the North Caro lina Debutante Ball in Raleigh in 1955 She is with the Federal Home Loan Bank in Greensboro Mr Showfety was graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill with a BS jdegree in business administration The wedding Is planned for early summer in Saint Benedicts Catholic Church in Greensboro barred from the Tuesdav detonated somewhere in Review said yesterday in an open barred from Asia Qne Qf tfae argest letter to Gov Thomas B Stanley Dance 4f courtroom while the tapes were Of the five nuclear devices it believe that I can best show r A my loyalty to the great traditions were played j exploded since April 13 The indictment against Elkins j Tnis series of explosions shows of Virginia by declining your and Clark charges them with il1tney nave a good supply of finished vitation legally recording telephone not just nuclear ma n said in an interwas arranged by the Virginia liam Langley Thomas Maloney of j view You would not expect them State Chamber of Commerce in Spokane and others who have beento waste weapons if they were inbehalf Of state government named in a vice investigation here short supply jand the Chamber went out to Last week Langiey was convict But in a separate interviewsome 60 native Virginians over Tops Social Activity or SubDeb Groups legally recording telephone con weapons not just nuclear ma Invitations to the dinner which1 Topping the sPrinS social events versations between DistAttyWil1 terial Durham said in an interwas arranged bv the Virginia cf dance given last by dinner was planned as rather charges Maloney has beenjthe number already conducted byia feature of the Jamestown 350th JA J I TTriJf rtrJ 11 indicted on a number of charges including conspiracy to open upj the city to gambling United States i anniversary celebration were testing one weapon j At least three of the invitations the SubDebs and the BFB Sub Debs at the Danville Golf Club Dancing was from 9 until 1 oclock to music by Bob Cleve lands orchestra and decorations used in the ballroom emphasized the theme Moon Glow Serving as chaperones vere parents of members of the clubs sponsors Mrs H W Bacon Mrs E L Wil Danville and Pittsylvania schools and scholarships made available by the auxiliary and other state organizations Luncheon was served in the doc tors dining room following the meeting Vicky Joyce Scearce Honored On Birthday Mr and Mrs Grady F Scearce of 450 Franklin Turnpike enter tained at a party at the Third Avenue Play Center honoring their daughter Vicky Joyce on her sixth birthday In the games and contests Page Farmer and Woody Snead received prizes Refreshments of cake candy and ice cream were served after the gifts were opened Others guests attending were Franklin Scearce Darleen and Among new house presidents elected to serve next year at Mary Baldwin College Staunton are from left Misses Anne McClung of Danville Kathryn Layne of Newport News and Peggy Flythe of Martinsville They are among more than 50 students elected recently to fill positions in campus government and organizations for the 1957o8 session Miss McClung is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle R McClung of Stratford Place Reidsville News The son of Mrand MrsClaude RICHMOND Claude SluartjS Whiiehead Sr of Chatham is a jWmtehead Jr of Chatham is seci graduate of St Christophers retaryelect of the 195758 sophSchool in Richmond after another when we didnt went to Negroes through JIrsJoe Gurtis ani their hui Elkins who was a star prosecujroany in stock Van Zandt said i was termed clerical Ernst witness in Langleys trial I think thats what the Soviets I withdrew the invitations and of tion also faces charges a number of state are doing for firstfered apologies to the three 1HOUR CLEANING On Saturdays FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AT NO EXTRA COST CALLAHAN CLEANERS Danvilles Best Cleaners and Mast Modern Cleaning Plant Main Plant 133 Watson Phone 3572 Branch Office Forks Next to Bank one characteristic and then anj A Chamber spokesman said r ether Theres no point stockpilinghowever that if any of the invited weapons until you are sure you i Negroes showed up for the dinner something worth would be received courtes Van Zandt said he is not adously and admitted even though vocating complacency and is sure their invitations had been with the Soviet Union has weapons thatdrawn could cause terrible damage Two of the Negroes Mrs Ella But he said he thinks the UnitedjPStewart of Toledo Ohio and States is still ahead of Russia byiDr Clilan B Powell of New York about two years and that the Sojhave announced they would not viets do not yet have a family I attend The third Negro St Clair of nuclear weapons from artillery j Drake professor of sociology at jprojectiles to superbombs comJRoosevelt University Chicago said parable to the U S arsenal jthat although he has received Ernsts withdrawal SWEET BRIAR Va 3 Thewould still consider letter himself he new director of the Sweet Briar jvited unless Gov Stanley says he College junior year in France is is not John Matthew assistance pro his letter copies of which Mfessor of romance languages at i were sent to newspapers here and 1 1 Sweet Briar His appointment to j elsewhere Davis noted the invita succeed retiring Director Joseph jtions asked for replies to be sent Barker was announced yesterjto the governors office j day by Sweet Briar President Anne I He said he assumed that if he Kvere a Negro you would delegate Mr Verbon Kemp of the Chamber bands Members of the SubDebs and their escorts were Bobbye Gray Hogan and Tern Tucker of Bas sett Lee Myers and Bill Norman Carolyn Hitchcock and Budge Kent Jr Gayle Green and Dillon Bar nett Nancy B r a d n e r and Ed Crumpton Harrison and Pey ton Eggleston Nancy Bennett and Bob Sizer Sue Leggett and Tom Pruitt Rosalind Abercrombie and Jimmy Shields Meredith Wilson and Jim Robertson Jo Wheatley and Gordon Watkins Leah Elliott and Keith Cook Irene Baum and Leon Hawker Carolyn Fentriss and Ken Overcash Nancy Neal and Ben Vincent Peggy Clare and Tommy Lyon Betty James and Hugh Wyatt Betzy Wilson and Dickie Fralin Mary Hunter Crox Janet Ferrell Kathy Dawn Brenda and Ronnie Cakes Stan Donna and Diane Perkins Keith Simp dns Pam Walker Frankie Sue Burton Allen Snead Sandra and Bill Davis Rodger Powell Cheryl and Mike Cassada Vicky Parker Debbie Crompton Diane Brown Cassada Carolyn Teaman Ferelene Saunders Betty Gregory fackie Gary Lewis Graham Jr flen Glenda and Jimmie Barts Also Mrs Lois Oakes Mrs Betty Burton Misses Patricia and aVonne Scearce Miss Judy irown Mrs Cecile Walker Mrs Jeanette Casada Mrs Millie Mit chell Mrs Katherine Ferrell Mrs Mary Lou Parker Mrs Hazel Gregory Hilda Gary and Charlie Oakes Gifts were sent by those unable to attend Births Announced Mr and Mrs David A Tyree of Pittsburgh Pa announce the birth of a son David Augustine Tyree Jr on April 9 Mrs Tyree is the former Miss Norma Lee Evans of Pittsburgh Mr and Mrs James William Saunders Jr of North Ridge Street announce the birth of a son James William Saunders III April 10 in Memorial Hospital REIDSVILLE N omore class at Richmond College Police Chief Maury Loftis recentlyjof the University of Richmond presented safe driving awards Southern Eell employees The awards are presented for the years shown opposite each name for safe driving without an accident Receiving awards were cable repairman J C Howard Jr 8 lineman U O Gladden 3 installerrepairman H E Richmond 6 installerre pairman G E Jarrett 4 in stallerrepairman D G Bradley 8 installerrepairman J L line foreman H He is a member of the Kappa Alpha Order at the University AMAZING E Frye 28 service foreman G G McClintock 29 SHERIFF LISTS WORK The monthly report of the Rock ingham County Sheriffs depart men for March lists 182 sum monses served 10 notices one tax suit 21 claim and delivery 31 exe cutions and 138 arrests were made The department assisted in 14 This nwf becftrtlftil DIAMOND INTERLOCKING FISHTAIL SET arrests patrolled 14911 miles conveyed 57 prisoners a total of 4430 miles summoned 100 jurors issued 4D9 subpoenas and spent 88 days in court DENTIST SHORTAGE American Dental Association fig ures show a dentist shortage in Rockingham County In this county the supply of dentists Lo is below average cally according to the report there is a dentist for every 3778 j people The ratio for the United j States as a whole is one for every j 1667 In North Carolina it is one per 3513 There has been a gain n the county in the past few years In 1950 the ratio was one per 4620 persons Mr and Mrs Claudia Pete Owen Easter Egg Hunt Is Set Tomorrow Children of members of Ameri INTERLOCKING SETS Always together in perfect position In 14K yellow or white gold CREDIT TERMS of Richmond Avenue announce jcan Legion Post 325 and its woj the birth of a daughter Cynthia imens auxiliary will be given an Renee April 11 in Memorial HoslEaster eSS hunt tomorrow after WHEN YOU THINK OF JEWELRY THINK OF Gary Pannell ton and Jimmy Moore Jane Tucker j Pital and Leonard Ashby Sally Spanslerj and Charles Rich Betty Grow andj Mr and Mrs Grady Alva Owen Terry Wilmouth Mary Lee Pennjof Riverview Drive announce the and Thomas Arthur Suzanne See ley and Steve Turner Macon Clem ent and Russell Henderson Lane Abercrombie and Armistead Wo NOW TWO Patterson Oru Commerce to inform me that mack Anne Harris and W E Sam the invitation was a mistake juels Nancy Pretty and Sutt Far is therefore not a true invitai ley itioix but an offer contingent upon The B FB SubDebs and their mybemg able to prove Caucasian escorts were Mary Jane Bacon i ancestry A Lynchburg native and Uni and Ronnie Collis Pat Benazzi and SPECIALIZING IN PRESCRIPTION SERVICE birtn of a son Clayton Alva April 11 in Memorial Hospital noon at 3 oclock at the post homej on Walton Ave j Auxiliary members in charge of details will report at 1 oclock toj place the eggs otherwise get everything in readiness The children will be divided Mr and Mrs James Barbourjinto agegroups with a prize to be Seamster of Oak Ridge Avenue awarded the member of each group announce the birth of a daughter j who finds the most eggs There Betsy Boswell April 11 in Memorjalso will be a special prize to the ALLEN S JEWEL SHOP MAIN STREET PHONE 2011 1011 W MAIN STREET PHONE 5646 ial Hospital Patterson Both Delivers From Stores Donnie Cole Pat Browder and N of graduate Davis JH Boswell Suzv Clements and jjtold Stanley he deplored the Charles Jordan Elizabeth taken by the political lead son Wardrup Ja n ejHospltal fyership of Virginia with you as Outchfield and Sonny Kinseri head in tne face of Davis and Lindell o inc most momentous and j Mr and Mrs Howard Wilson Rankin of Brightwell Court an nounce the birth of a son Robert April 11 in Memorial Margaret Douglas and Charlie MASONIC TEMPLE PHONES MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 139 SOUTH MAIN PHONES 76787677 plex issues of our time the segjcrowder Carolyn Grinstead and issue JBobby Cheek Carolyn Jones and aS iTaS o th ni nn to the Old Dominion i Buddy Dowdy Patsy Kinder and Mrs Frances Gillen Mrs De lores Home and Frank B Mc Fall have returned from Lynch burg where they attended a busi i Gerald Bostic Beverly Lewis and i ness conference and school held v r jwL Griffin Linda Mitchell andlfor druggists and employees at the you have ofiered Satterfield Gloria Hotel jvthe Darren slogan of massive Gerald Lewis Rosa Pcttit and j resistance the tyrannical Boggs Dabney Ragland and jsoin of all local freedom and Shelton Joe Annette Sav Pattersons coil for ond deliver your pfescrpfions promptly FREE DELIVERY SERVICE From Both Stores Over 1945000 Prescriptions Compounded in Dcmvilie Since 1919 of witless obstructive leg jiislafion that is rightly doomed to the judicial ii said scrapheap Davis jTraylor and Louis and Charles Groff Nancy and Bee Barker Linda Miss Peggy McDaniel of Rich mond will arrive tonight to spend a week with her mother Mrs George W McDaniel on North Iginia Beach Martha And now you find yourself jLee Spessard Gerry Walker and of VirjMain Street Trexler and child finding a lucky ifhe added on a great and solemn G chitlett of Virginia Belch occasion in the history of the ComDot Womack and Jack Slade Judy emcnwcalth in the ridiculous posijWight and stanley Adkjns ci rtion of asserting in effect that and Rarr Linkous Patrida PATTERSON DRUG CO Mr and Mrs Edwin J Harvie Jr and Lewis E Harvie of the University of Virginia Charlottes ville will spend the Easter holi days with their parents Mr and being distinguished is an accomj Poteat and Omer Lee Gjenn Edwin J Harvie on Broad pnshment possible only for M ers Jan Street of Caucasian ancestry Youice Lewis and Bob Garrett Jud have succeeded in making theGarrett and Ben Newland leadership of the Commonwealth Preceding the Miss Mae both a stench and a laughing stock j Harrison was hostess at open house tno nrtion at her homc in Forcst I ers of the members assisted REPORTS CONCERN HONOLULU Opera soprano Eleanor Steber says ehe is disturbed by reports that jlsome congressmen advocate abolishing or curtailing the U S in j serving Ending the activities a breakfast held after the dance at the Golf Club said last night as she paused en route to New York by plane after program of sending cultural artistsa fourmonth tour of 17 countries ihnrfd u Weve got to send the best would be playing right Into artists we have Thats what the the hands oX the Russians shejRussians doing1 RAYMOND HITCHCOCK Photographer 427 Moin St 1835 Complete Photographic Service Strung for Over 22 ytart and the greatest pump in a long history of beautiful pumps DARK MULTI t PASTEL MULTI MATCHING BAGS ELODY Hand laced kidskin a Spanish import on Troylings new tapered last slim toe slim heel It is so lovely so smart so smooth fitting When you sec 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