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   Bee, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1957, Danville, Virginia                             Two The Bee Danville Va Saturday May 4 1957 H By CecUy SUNDAY SUPPER TwoClam Spaghetti Tossed Green Salad Hot French Bread Red Apples and Walnuts Beverage TWOCLAM SPAGETTI Personals l Mrs Jake Tatc Jr Miss Rose Hinton and Mrs Elizabeth Bradj shaw left this morning for Hope well to ttcnd the Fourth District j Encamrment of the auxiliaries of the Veterans of Foreign Wars as representatives of BallardPruitt j Post auxiliary C W i Mrs Stuart L Brown Jr and Jsons Stuart L Brown 111 and HoSteSS At I Baxter of Norfolk are visiting her insrents Mr and Mrs James R iLockerrraa on Mountain View I Avenue Church Circles Mmes Hall Evans was given by e appointment Mrs Carroll W Shelton at her home on the Chat Wilfried Groote ham Road honoring Miss Kathrvnej1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN The of the Church will Federal School Aid Urged WASHINGTON Auipeded adopting a BledsOC gustine Kelley DPa said today I approach to education in our efJr I DJ U IJ federal ad for school construction j forts to meet the RUSSian chal is urgently needed to overcome i the classroom shortage that hasi1 plagued cur nation for a genera tion rites for Wil Kefaaver suggested several steps Alston Bledsoe were conduct to increase the U S supply of led yesterday afternoon from An The Pennsylvania a w maker technically trained people These Iderson Memorial Methodist church added that he beeves legislation i included higher salaries forj jjei was in Chatham he authored is a sound approach science ancj mathematics teachers Bunal Give Bridal Shower Miss Booth I Mrs Harry Hall and Mrs were contained in a statejschool students and possible tax imand Evans were Hostesses at A to solving the problem His comfellowships for talented high Pallbearers were James Moon j ment Dutch Moschler Henry Ferguson for a panel on edujaw revision encourage Swanson Edgar Franklia in the home of Igredients cup olive oil 2 is day Tea Monday afternoon from in of Miss Carol Wayne Jconference a Democratic governors butions to fellowships and scholar Booth whose marriage to Daniel C Main i Hastings Jr will take place on May ship funds and Ed Ramsev i The psnel also included Sens Clark told the Democratic Mottle Clark be received 118 jKefauver DTenn and Clark that the party should act Ion its platform pledges of federal i The shower was held in the home K hm d authorize 400 aid to education and help pass ounces juliennestyle clams to Raymond L Adams i will go to student work in Mexico jof Mrs Muncie Gibson in Ringgoldl a Dill wouo cup minced parsley 10 to 12 vhl New York City take Pac in ounces spaghetti salt pepper tie iner Amsterdam for Mrs Shelton greeted guests at Method HonetontheRhine Germany the door and in the receiving line Heat olives aid buteover low where they plan to spend two with the honoree were her mother pjLGRIM CHURCH heat in 1qaart saucepan Add garmonths visiting his mother Mrs Artie Tompkins Mrs James j Thg Womans MissiOnary Funeral services for Mrs Mattie ilCGL tJLLt tv N in 1qaart saucenan Add earmonths visiting his mother Mrs Mrs Artie Tompkins Mrs James j Thg Wo snd drained minced and V Kaela Groote A Adams of Blackstone mother clams reserve clam of the prospective groom ana Mrs m So sage j provide 750 million dollars for the i federal government to purchase j exceptional ability miss out on Interment will be m Highland Bur j college every year Half of these lie 3lppn iv juice from both cans Simmer do Jitrmie Jones who has been 2 D J Hospital has of the prospective groom Daniel of Richmond sister the First Pilgrim Holiness hold ts monthly meet For entertainment traditional i loca scliol boads games were played after which rej The House Education Commithe said lack the money evenin at oclock not boU or cJamsuiil toughen for patitm in Memorial Hospital has o te prospective groom home Mrs Palmai 10 minutes Add clam juice and returned to his home on Benefieid Mrs Ben Harding directed guests claiborne street parslev and simmer another 10 Avenue to the dmmg room where Mrs minutk Meanwhile cook spaghetti Seeley poured tea Mrs BApTJST with boiline water and salt accord Mrs Mae Huffstetler who has Bernard and Irs Glenni ing to package directions drain been a patient in Memorial assisted in serving per to taste allow to stand over low heat about 5 minutes Makes 4 servings feet iiris gladioli and other flowers paste shades The tea table After this luncheon will be Mrs J A Flvnn of 511 Jefferi inted in uink white Guest speaker will be suffered a slight witha white net cloth AG Carto wifeof a former son Street jarrangement of in bridal jMrs retired introduced by Providence PTA and Mrs Paul W Bla ock and small son Paul W Butch Blalock Jr were recent guests of his parents Mr and rr white flanked by silver epergjMrs Lee Harley of Circle No 8 nettes of cherry blossoms and topic will be Onward Chris ofthevalley As a further courtesy the bride elect was presented a pink cor tian Soldiers D Blalick on Overbeyjsage by her hostess Street Sgt Blalock who was sta The hours for calling were from1 The executive committee of thetioned with tjje Air Force at Tami4 to 6 oclock The guest list num Provideace Parent Teacher Asjpa Fla has been transferred tojbered 100 sociation held z meeting last night Bay Labrador Mrs Blaj in the school library to completejlock and are now withi plans for Teacher Appreciation Ler pareats in St Johns New Night scheduled May 14 at 6 p plan to join him at the in connection with the regular exclusion of their P T A meeting j The events will begin with picnic supper in the cafeteria the school after which the meeting j Mr and Mrs Ronald B Chaney will be held in the school audi0f Norfolk announce the birth of torium when new officers will beja son Ronald Bessley Chaney Jr installed Ion April 28 Mrs Chaney was Miss Parents planning to attend are Sara Payne Motley of Danville asked to bring a picnic basket and before her marriage tea for their family Mr and Mrs Dewey D Todd of Dudley Street announce the birth of a daughter Melody Carol May 1 in Memorial Hospital Mrs Todd is the former Miss Dorothy Craig C Pickerall Funeral Conducted Funeral services for Craig Ca beil Pielierall were held from the chapel of Swicegood funeral home yesterday afternoon Burial was in Green View cemetery at Reids vffle N C Pallbearers were Dr J J Neal C E Law Russell Burch Charlie Bradley of this city Benefit Planned By Breakfast Club The Credit Womens Breakfast Slayton Herbert Cabilf Dudley I Club will sponsor a bingo party Brown F K Farley Winston FjTuesda night at 8 oclock at the Edwards C S Fralon and GG Elks Club Proceeds will be used Fralin Stuffing a shallow drawer with your linens defeats the storage purpose Too many pieces piled one on another cause mussing for the clubs welfare projects Mr Bert Saunders is general chairman of the benefit and Miss Marian Ferguson is ticket chair man Tickets may be obtained from club members or at the door WANTED 1000 People To See Gilleys Colonial Furniture 2510 West Main Street Extension GIFTS IN BRASS AND PINE NOVELTIES GRAND OPENING Open til 9 evenings Attend Open House Sunday Afternoon ENJOY REFRESHMENTS Hills Has Iris Nine Receive Ribbons For the May meeting of the For est Hills Garden Clubs a private Iris Show was held yesterday aft ernoon in the home of Mrs Leon ard Thompson Fores Hills In Class I Iris Beauty a com position featuring iris in a low container Mrs Clarence Bradley won a blue ribbon Mrs McLin Choate a red and Mrs Ralph Hess a white In Class II Spring Mood a line arrangement Mrs Nelson Benton was awarded a blue ribbon Mrs W E Gardner a red and Mrs Choate a white In Class III an arrangement or composition using only iris and foliage ribbons were won as fol lows Mrs Benton blue Mrs H F Fitchctt red and Mrs J D Ley white Flower Show Judges Honored At Luncheon In Yanceyvillef N C YANCEYVILLE N C Mrs Olin D Helms president of the Iris Garden Club and Mrs A L Florence president of the Yancey ville Garden Club were co J hostesses at a luncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs Helms honor ing the judges who were in MAIN ST METHODIST No i Mrs C W Dodson lead er Monday with Mrs E P Brownell Mrs J E Carson co hostess No 2 Mrs E T Estes leader with Mrs S E Monday Hughes No 3 Mrs George Lund lead er Tuesday p m with Mrs Ralph Hess Jr No 5 MrsA P Reynolds lead er Monday with Mrs James E Fagge No 6 Mrs Virginia F Wilson leader Monday 4 p m with Mrs James T Catlin Jr No 7 Mrs W L Young leader Monday with Mrs J P Penn Sr Wesleyan Service Guild with Mrs W E Whitfield Monday LUTHERAN CHURCH No 1 Miss Encie Agee leader with Mrs Marienfeldt 119 South Main Street Monday 8 p m No 2 Mrs V R Buettner lead er with Mrs Robert Elliot Eoute 5 Tuesday 8 p m No 3 Mrs S M Harlowe lead er at her home 193 Arnett Boule vard Yrednesday 8 p m No 4 Mrs W K Smith Jr leader with Mrs W K Phillips Brown Lane Tuesday 10 a m CHURCH OF EPIPHANY No 1 Mrs L J Rushworth leader at Dabney House 12 noon ial Park Mrs Clark a resident of Paces freshments were served carrying tee yesterday rejected proposed we art allowing our nations died in Memorial Hospital last th mntif out the bridal motif Those who attended were changes the Kelly bill thus Precious at after suffering tentative approval to the measented be wasted stroke on Thursday Dudley Booth mother of the brideiurp The committec Will continue isaidLlke Kefauver he cited what j Aged 65 years Mrs Clark was elect Mrs Daniel C Hastings j work on bm Monday j he called alarming evidence that born at Ingram November 271891 mother of the prospective groomj T beileve that bill is soundlthe are surpassing us injHer entire life was lived in thst community and she was a member Kelley said It is dei education of specialists Mrs Housin Adams Mrs Alvis i Barker Mrs Lacy Compton well as to Meanwhile Secretary of the Old Mill Primitive Baptist Will Evans Mrs Louise state and jocai governmentsfare said a seech preChurch t j f i js survjved by her husband Peter S Clark two sons Albert and Samuel Clark of Paces one Mrs C M Harrington Mrs Dudj pr0vndng needed schools JPared for a mefin3 As 1 TTTiTll nrf r TJ n n j4 i ley Williams Mrs James Sadler Mrs Rawley Bennett Mrs Howe Barker Mrs Bessie Lews Mrs Hugh Carter Mrs Irvin Hogan Mrs Ormand Evans MrsHoward MJlam Mrs Harry Hall Mrs Mun cie Gibson and Miss Carol Booth Bridal Pair Honored Following Rehearsal Mr and Mrs Richard A Davis entertained at a cakecutting last evening for their daughter Miss Shirley Lee Davis and Clarence Nbrris Harville whose marriage will take place this evening in Laurel Grove Baptist Church The party was held in the as sembly rooms of the church im mediately following the rehearsal White summer flowers were used for decorations ard the table cov ered with a Madeira cloth was centered with an arrangement of white carnations snapdragons and greenery flanked on one end by a tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom White tapers in silver candelabra added to the appointments Mrs C C Glass greeted the guests and those assisting in serv ing were Miss Mattie Hodnett Mrs Joe Baker Mrs Dudley Ben nett Mrs Tom Davis and Mrs Scott Davis Mrs James Barker had charge of the guest register and goodbyes were said to Mrs Marion Barker and Mrs Buford Rogers Approximately 100 attended Danville Garden Club Hears Dr C L Ransom In Talk On Perennials Perennials was the topic of a program given by Dr Charles LJ Ransom at the May meeting of the jsociated Harvard Clubs that the If enacted and laal that shortage of schoolrooms is criti education Folsom said grandchild made according to that which is authorized the nroblems should ln many communities sister Mrs Ida Doason of Roa be solved and the federal govern Countering contentions that fedjnoke one brother Charles Chaney ment can and should withdraw j COnof DanviHe is one from the picture at the end ofjff the five vear Kefauver told the group In remote pared remarks that there could no 0 longer be the slightest rthat federal assistance isjsidered tne greatest AngloSaxon that Russia is producing more j ffded for emergency period to skilled manpower than the United communities the federal connection would be Beowdf an epic probably he conwritten about 7nO AD is con States All this does not mean that we should be alarmed to the point of hysteria he said We must not permit ourselves to be stam There are some of course whoI would say simply that the cost say the cost of the proposed school j of inadequate education is much construction program is too high higher santhemums are particularly sucj cessful in this region although theyj need some cloudy days in summer j and may suffer from prolonged tense sunlight Other varieties discussed were asters dephinium ij iris peonies day lilies phlox colji umbine and oriental poppy Dr Ransom mentioned the various disj eases to which certain perennials are susceptible and suggested optimum planting conditions Perennials are not enjoying the vogue today that they have in the past he said because of trends ini modern architecture mobility of families and the newness ofij their gardens Although a perenl nial garden requires much labor 15 and patience it is a rewarding perience he concluded to see the results like old friends coming back year after year j Following Dr Ransoms program jjj members viewed a display of rose specimens brought by members Blue ribbons were awarded to Mrsj Charles A Carr Mrs Harry Link and Mrs George S Hughes their collections The Junior Wednesday Club Presents The Anne Boyer Dancers in THE BLACK UMBRELLA at George Washington High School Thursday May 9th Friday May 10th 8 OClock ALL SEATS RESERVED Tickets on Sale at The Wednesday Club 1002 Main St May 6th 7th 8th Nine to Eleven AM Seven to Eight PM 5INSURANCE UP TO ON SAVINGS AND FULL PAID ACCOUNTS i No 2 Mrs W H McCollum Garden Club of Danville yesterday leader with Miss Mary Ruffin and Miss Virginia Cartwright at the church No 3 Mrs C E Lewis leader with Miss Laura Moss 145 Suther Yanceyville for the Spring FlowjUn Ave pm er show held at the Methodist JXTO 4 Mrs F H McGovern Church leader with Mrs Henry Mayo 205 Pink roses coral bell and other Brandon Court a m jgSrden flowers in pastel shades 5 Mrs Wayles Harrison decorated the luncheon table Mixj leader with Mrs James L Bagby ed summer flowers were used else Pine Tag a m where in the home No 6 Mrs Charles B Williams The judges included Mrs Glenn jr leader with Mrs John M Yea Dallas of Leaksville Mrs J A i go 871 Grove St 8 p m Wyatt of Stoneville Mrs Frank j Klenner of Reidsville Mrs Nor GRACE METHODIST man Riddle Mrs Coy Matkins and Mrs Frank Gilliam all of Burling ton Other guests included Mrs Bill Watlington and Mrs Mary Jane No 1 Mrs J D Barnard lead er with Mrs J D Barnard 170 Westminster Court at p m No 2 Mrs R Coleman leader with Mrs Charlie Hudson JTimmons of Yanceyville who132o Myrtle Ave Monday at served as clerks for the flower I show B NO OVERSTUFFED CLOSETS FOR US THIS SUMMER OUR SANITONE MAN IS CLEANING AND STORING ALL OUR WINTER CLOTHES No 2 Mrs Dean Sowers leader Tuesday at p m with Mrs PhyllisWoodson 788 Arnett Bou Bonded Storage Vaults Also Woolen Storage Low Cost Storage for Your Woolens All of your woolens stored for S500 plus cleaning Individual coats and suits 75c each plus cleaning ASK ABOUT OUR FAMILY STORAGE PLAN CALL US THIS WEEK PHONE 4220 LAUNDEBEBS 4 CLCANEBS p m No 3 Miss Sallie Mustain lead er at the church Monday at p m No 4 Mrs M D Anderson leader with Mrs Kenneth G Seay 1636 Leemont Court Thursday at p m No 5 Mrs T B Gray leader with Mrs Pattie Paxton Myrtle Avenue Thursday at pm No 6 Mrs Margaret Marshall leader with Mrs Robert E An bott 301 Church Street Thurs day at p rn 5 afternoon at the home of Mrs Francis H McGovern Dr Ransom local physician and amateur horticulturalist is a na tive of Syracuse New York He t was graduated from Princeton Uni j versity and obtained his medical training at Syracuse Since his arrival in Danville three years ago J he has made several appearances j before local garden clubs Highlighting Dr Ransoms cussion was a comparison of grow J ing conditions for perennials in j this locality and New York State j Stressing the fact that perenj 5 nials are especially sensitive to soil conditions Dr Ransom advised i breaking up the local clay soil with j sharp sand and adding vegetative matter j According to Dr Ransom chryi t Youll Be Satisfied if you place your money in MutuaTs accounts for safety and a liberal rate of dividends MELVILLE AVENUE No 1 Mrs Mary Scruggs lead Tuesday evening in Ballou Park No 4 Dinner at Virdan Tues ly at p m S GET AN EXPLANATORY j PAMPHLET AT OUR OFFICE LEE STREET BAPTIST No 1 Monday at with Mrs Dorothy Taylor 1017 Paxion No 2 Monday at with Miss Elsie Pryor 604 Jefferson No 3 Monday at place to be announced j No 4 Monday at with Mrs Madeline McDowell 1007 Stokes St No 5 Monday at with Mrs M V Harper 669 Franklin Street No 6 Monday at at the church No 7 Monday at with Mrs If you have lump sums fo invest youll find our FULL PAID ACCOUNTS desirable as an incomeproducing investment Or you may acquire the habit of saving on a monthly pay ment basis or at odd opening an OPTIONAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT and ob taining a passbook er Tuesday at 10 a m with Haymes 512 Park Street Billie Whuener 754 Arnett BouleNQ at with vard Mrs Ruth Wyatt 736 Temple Ave I No 10 Tuesday at with Mrs Alma Booth 726 E Stokes levard No 3 B W Hilda Redmond leader meets Tuesday at p m with Mrs Cora Bond St No 11 Thursday at with Mrs B P Dix 123 Marshall Ter race The Y W A will meet Tuesday at at the church t t t t 813 Melville Avenue The W M U general meeting will be at the church on Thursday MOSELET METHODIST at p m SHELTON MEMORIAL No 1 Mrs Coffey chairman the church Monday p m Monday No 1 Mrs James Ray leader with Mrs W R Woodall 770 Lee 3 p m No 2 Mrs Walter Price leader No 2 Miss Skipper chairman at Moseley Cottage at 8 p m with Mrs Kenneth Williams 635 j jy0 3 Mrs L W Lea leader at Norwood Drive jthe Wesley House at p m No 3 Worsham chairman with xhose desiring transportation are Mrs P H Painter Ringgold Road Tuesday a m to call Mrs Lea or Mrs W L Norton No 4 Mrs Haynes chairman 4 Mrs Mayme Ballard leacl with Mrs L W Turner 1919 Carerj witn Mrs Oscar Norton 831 ter St Tuesday 8 p m No 5 Mrs Parrott chairman with Mrs Bob Pruett Wrenn Drive Tuesday 8 p m TRINITY METHODIST No 1 Tuesday 8 p m with 1 Mrs I E Salmon 123 Winthrop Court No 2 Tuesday at 8 p m No 3 to observe Family Night J Stokes St at p rn Tuesday No 7 Mrs Anna Holt leader with Mrs Thomas Southard 227 Arnett Boulevard at 8 p m No 8 Mrs John Lovelace lead er at Moseley Cottage at 8 p m Monday May 13 No 5 Mrs W G Stanley lead er with Mrs Stanley 210 Rock lawn Ave at 8 p m THESE FEATURES PROTECT YOUR MONEY 1 The Mutual operates under both Federal and State Laws Such laws govern this institutions operations to protect investors 2 The Mutual makes loans only on select real estate secured by first mortgages Unsecured loans are unlawful 3 The associations large Surplus and Reserve Accounts amounting to 571024996 are a protection against future losses and reflect the strength of the Mutual 4 As an added measure of protection all savings and investment accounts in the Mutual are insured against loss up to 5 The Mutual is a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank System our industrys Central Credit Reserve System with a line of credit of more than available to afford liquidity 6 Conservative capable and experienced management coupled with cour tesy and service are factors in the growth and success of the Mutual A STRONG SAVINGS INSTITUTION ASSETS j SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Arcade A F Pafton t t i t t t t 5 t INSTITUTION OPERATES UNDER BOTH FEDERAL AND   

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