The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Lovelier You** By Mary Sue Miller I6OOV AH G-NM Tn a quest for good looks, loo little thought is given to goot posture. Yel one's figure proportions, vitality, fashions, and even one's personality, are enhanced by good and graceful carriage. To see the truth of thai slale-| menl, you only have to piclure[l°gelher, center your weight or a slumping female. How pretly |the balls of feet. 8. Let your decs sire Itiok? how poised? How personable.'arms fall relaxed, so that your "ingerlips brush [he sides of our skirt. Now, practice, practice, prac- ice! Hip Reducing Routine With her sad image in mind, you just might find this moment ripfl for checking your own performance. How perfect is it? [deal posture starts with correct body alignment. And that means lining up your body so that all segments, from head to toe, fall into their natural position. There is miich less nothing artificial, arty, about perfect posture. It is standing as nature intended -- erect, relaxed and gracefully balanced. Here's tin formula: 1. Draw your neck out of your shoulders and hold your chin parallel to floor. 2. Relas your shoulders; strain them neither backward nor forwarr 3. Elevate your chest, as on deep breath. 4. Pull your waist out of your hips to form a slim column. 5, Retract your hips; slide them down and under the body. C. Keep your knees together, and bend them slightly. 7. With feel Dinner Party Compliments Engaged Couple Mr. and Mrs. C. Allen Spragins III of Refuge Planlalion. entertained Wednesday even- ng with a dinner party at the Country Club honoring Miss eanette Doyle and her fiance. Fred Wells Jr., who will be mar- ied Saturday. M'js Doyle wore a pink and hile frock with while accessor- es and shoulder bouquet of ·hile gardenias. The honorees vere presented a gift of crystal. Appointments featured a pale green linen cloth and centcr- ijecc of daisies, sweet peas and gardenias. flanked by silver hcrberts holding white tapers n graduated in sizes. Included in Hie guest list vere Miss Sue F.llen Sikes with louston Wells, Miss Annette )oyle with Howcll Smith of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 3riffin and Miss Virginia Hill. Miss Quinn Entertained At Luncheon A luncheon Thursday at 12:30 at (he Magnolias, compliment ej Miss Barbara Ann Quinn bride-elect of Ernest Paul Me Mutt Jr. of Austin, Tex. Hostes: Delip Democrat-Times You can diet until you become cather-light and still be hip- icavy. Reduction in the hipline assured only by exercise. For set of quick and effective ones, send for my leaftei, HIP REDUCING ROUTINES. Write Mary Sue Miller in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stampe- ed self-addressed envelope and was Mrs. Eric Covering the Schelbcn. luncheon table coin lo cover han- Always Delightful Sunbeam Bread At Your Food Store cents in dling. Eighth Graders Are Entertained SHAW -- The members of the eighth grade graduating class had a picnic on Saturday afternoon at the Trunkline Gas Co picnic grounds. Forly one mem bers of the class attended the outing. They were accompanied by Mrs. Gee Ferretti their span sor, Mrs. Fred Turner, Mrs. Lee Cuicchi, Mrs. Frank Ros setti, Mrs. Bruno Sandroni, Mrs Joe Rossetti, -Mrs.. Larkih Tur pin Jr., Mrs. N. H. Crain, Mrs Vince Muzzi, Mrs. Jim Muzi Mrs. Gay Sandrnni and Mrs. Amando Reginelli. NEW GROUP CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE B y B A U M B I T T E R · SMART · IDEAL FOR DEN · CAREFREE · OFFICE · COLORFUL · PLAY ROOM · WIPES CLEAN SENOJ FURNITURE CO. IN DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE was a white heirloom linen cloth. The centerpiece of whil ock, carnations and daisies as arranged in a silver eperg Bridal place cards com- etcd the decorations. The hnnoree and her mother rs. Quincy Quinn, were pre nted shoulder bouquts of hite gardenias and carnations. Included in the guest list were irs. Robert Steed, Mrs. Paul aney, Mrs. Guy Freeman, Irs.. A. 0. Roberson, Mrs. immy Childress, Mrs. Ed ugh, Mrs. W. F. F.lkas, Miss athcrinc Reilly and Miss May Keady. Bridge Party Honors Senior INDIANOLA -- Miss Helen hith Little was the lionoree i combination birthday and enior party. The home of her sister Mrs. Joel Hill Jr., Westside Avenue, was the party scene. Guests were her mother. Mrs Opie Liltle and members of th senior class: MISS Carolun Wig ,ers. Miss Lynn Oakman, Mis Linda Buchanan, Miss Joyce Yarbrough, Miss Ruth Lee, Miss Patsy Smith, Miss Kathy Dinnebeck, Miss Sue Word, Miss Nancy McClatchy, and Miss Sara Murphy. Miss Wiggers was winner o high score in bridge, and Mi: Buchanan was lucky at bingo. The hostess served Ihe trac tional decorated birthday cal and other party refreshments. She presented each senior gift- Six board members were elected at Tuesday evening's join annual board of directors meeting of the Greenville Golf and Country Club and the Riverside Land Co. Elected to the Country Club board were Martin Conway, Alex S. Curtis and John W. Tarver. George Taylor was rc- clccled (o the Riverside Land Co. board. Tom Coppage and E. V. Baker will begin terms on ihe Land Co. board. At a special meeting of the Country Club board, following the joint session, E. A. Fleming was named president and W. 0. Me- Righl. vice president. Following the elections and business meeting held at (he Coumry Club, a buffet supper w.is served in Ihe ballroom. About 160 people attended. Avon Club Supper Held At Center The Avon Woman's Club members enteilained their husbands at a buffet supper-last Saturday evening at bhe Community Center. Mrs. David Cochran, Mrs. Chalmers . Hobart and Mrs. I.. F.'Williams |Jr. were in charge of decora- ,tions and entertainment for the evening. Arrangements of magnolias were used throughout thef jCommunity Center. Centerpiece ifor the buffet was of cannas l a n d Queen Anne's lace, i Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Garion Tavenner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Kobart, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. David Ccchran. Mr. ami Mrs. Wayne Tullos. Mr. and Mrs. Don Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Williams Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Key and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Trotter. i r- HOB,' th« re!W VISIT JALUuO of I.eland A FRIENTJLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU1 Artist and MSCW Mrs. Oscar Tony man, the former Miss Marilyn Pang of Greenville, is seen with several o£ her paintings being exhibited in Shreveport. With her are two former Deltans, at left, Mrs. Robert P. Thompson, who was Miss Sallie Kellner oE Alumnae Sponsors Greenville, and Mrs. Fred Coulee of Leland and Meridian, the former Miss Charlotte Pitts, who is president of the Shreveport Chapter of MSCW Alumnae, sponsors of. the Art Exhibit. SfiKVeport MSCW Alumnae Sponors Deltans Art Show The Shreveport members of mer tempera. This reprcsenta the Mississippi State College for tin n displays Mrs. Tonyman's Women Alumnae Association (versatility, her talent and abilit are sponsors of a showing of selected drawings and paintings by Marilyn Pang Tonyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Pang of Greenville. The art exhibit includes n wide variety of subject matter in oils, water colors, pastels, pen and ink on silk, and poly- media. Tho pictures will remain on exhibit several weeks in the Shreveport area where the Mis sissippian has gained recogni lion through her works of ar! winning a first prirc in the Re gional Art Show conducted nually by Holiday in Dixie. OUR HONOR GRADUATES WALKER FARMS, CLASS OF express herself in various MRS. Tonyman formal education High School and State College for umbus. Faculty encouraged her received her at Greenvi' at Mississipj Women, Co- members wh career are THE COST IS SMALL. 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They at! try so hard. After all, when you flunk out of this school they make little WALKER FARMS PRODUCERS OF MILK PRODUCTS Ralph Hudson, Dean of the A Department at MSCW, Am Marietta Byrnes, Elizabeth Dice, Mary Evelyn Stringer and Eugenia Summer. At the college Mrs. Tonyma served as vice president and secretary' for Ihe Vagabond A r t - ists on the campus. She is presently affiliated with Ihe Shreveport Art Club and exhibits her pictures with the group. She is winner of honors and awards locally and regionally, exhibilin n Ihe Ark-La-Miss as well as in the Mid-West. Graduation Party Is Held At Country Club INDIANOLA -- Following Ihe Indianola High School commencement exercises. Ihe .Ir.di-i anola Country Club was the set-, ling for the traditional all night senior class parly. Highlights included a dance with Ihe Mark V orchestra furnishing the music. In the orchestra arc John Buchanan. Waller j Spencer, Rupert l.yon. Arch Pearson III. and Chris Jones of Inverness. 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