The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 17
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 17

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
Page 17
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Logan Home Party Scene For Seniors The home of Mrs. Hilman Logan in Golrling Acres, was the scene of a Coke party recently honoring Miss Sherry Kirby, Miss I.ydia Vest and Miss Barbara Ann Williamson, Greenville High School seniors. The refreshments were served from a round antique table in the family room. In the cen- Bride-Elect Entertained Bridal Party ! Azlin-Crawford Nuptials A , oj A I T j i l s Entertained At Shower Ana Luncheon Pre-nuptial parties for Miss U nd Martha McCaddon during the week included a kitchen shower James £rvin ler of the table, a large wooden luncheon married Mrs. bowl held iced drinks. Graduate Mrs. W. P. Williams entertain- At Hotel Party The Sunset Room of the Hotel Greenville was the scene Friday evening of the rehearsal Damicnber" and supper for the wedding party XT:,... M...JI... «~/"*n..].,-- .....I Miss McCaiUion yesterday to Addict on. silhouettes and spring flowers decorations. completed the Thirty - five attended **A Lovelier You** By Mary Sue Miller ed the bride-elect with a kitchen shower at the Dannenberg home Wednesday. The honoree chose a red and vhile gingham dress for lhe occasion. She was presented a gift rom the hostesses and a shoul- Icr Iwuquel of while flowers. A red and white color tljcme Miss Martha McCaddon and James Ervin Pledged In Leland Rites Miss Martha Ann Crawford, |ding cake at one end of the ta- daughler of Mr. nnd Mrs. David,blc was served by Mrs. H. L). Clinl Crawford of Shaw, and jArderscn nnd Mrs. Curtis Aust, William Ralph A?lin, son of MrJpresidwt at the punch bowl. For traveling the bride wore and Mrs. Paul Azlin ot Leland, were married May 29 in (lie chapel of First Baptist Church [cessorics and a while orchid. in Leland in the presence of the|Upon their return from the Cary's Corner Dclfu Dcmncrnl-Timcs Mrs. Fannie Byrly has re- iirned to her home in Gilbert -a., a f t e r a visit with her neice. Mrs. D. 11. Da-.vson, Mr. Sunday, Juno 6, '65_1_7__ Meets Tlie Opti-Mrs. Club of Green villc held its June meeting at home of the club president. Dawsoa and family. Friday j M r =- ^ Alford evening Mrs. Dyrly, Mrs. Daw! Mrs ' J n m c s Slrni " **"* lhc -.on. Caroline, Diane, Dannc andi m . c e l i n E with a prayer alter grey cotton suit with white « c - j i n c Hills" burg. :wi, v~Liiumii;, LJILIMI;, Lvaiuic n i i u , ~ · l.ibby Griftin attended "gold ln! whlch lhe a c l i n K secretary- AiUltcton. who were married vcterchiy at Tri., . . . ., · , . . .111 LL'iiinu in nit" uivitni-i; vi UK.-. -, - ..... --- ---- ..... - ...... - . mly Me.hodist Church. Hosts n)mcdia , e , ucmbcrs of , n e fam .! tor k s . Mr. and Mrs. Mm will! were Dr. nnd Mrs. F.. 1,. Mil- production in Vicks-i chcll. parents of the groom. The U-shaped table,-; were centered with a centerpiece of red roses and white carnations. The bride - elect wore a moss green cocktail dress with tur- Jecorntions vas lisa! ncluded a centerpiece of red ar.d while flowers in a wooden compote. Miss Martha Williams and Miss Ann Dannenberg assisted in serving. About 35 attended. .. . quoise accessories and a white carnation shoulder bouquet. Among the 30 guests atlcnd- ng were the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crmrlcs D. McCaddon, and the Rev. and Mrs. Grisham. THURSDAY Mrs. N a t h a n Adams honored Miss McCaddon at a luncheon at thc Holiday Restaurant. The honoree wore a white silk skimmer with turquoise accessories. She was presented a while shoulder bouquel and a gift of silver. Centerpiece for the luncheon table was an arrangement of pink and while roses in a silver bowl. Guests included Mrs. Charles D. McCaddon, the honoree's mother, and her fiance's moth cr, Mrs. E. F. Mitchell, Miss A lovely writes- Under my doctor's care, f have lost fifty ; Josie Winn ' m TM Susan Scott, _ . - " . . . . . _ J _ _ _ . J *f' V n .. r f r.,,)F.r*\A \j,ff TJrt," USE OUR LAY-A-WAY or if you prefer E A S Y T E R M S A R R A N G E D pounds. I feel wonderful and look ten years younger. My only complaint is that the lilt and firmness of my bosomline was lost in the reducing process. What can be done to improve contouring? The Answer: Uplife and a firm tone can be re-established with exercises designed for the purpose. Improvement takes time and faithful work. Progress is necessarily slow, owing to the anatomy of the breast. It has very little muscle. If there were a network, lift would come quickly via muscle- strengthening exercise. As mailers stand, support comes from muscles under the breast and from the skin -- a kind of remote control. Therefore, corrective routines must tone the skin and tighten the muscles on a remote-control principle. These do the job well: 1. Stand erect, arms out to sides at shoulder level, with palms up. Now imagine that you hold a ten-pound object in each hand. (Under no circumstances hold anything, not even a feather.) Next slowly lift the arms about three inches, resisting the imagined weight. You do it right when you feel a pull through the arms, under-breast muscles and mid-back. Relax and repeat from five to ten times. 2. Perform the above exercise, lying back down on floor, with knees bent so that heels can "dig" into floor. Enhanced Booomline For a more attractive bosom, write Mary Sue Miller in care ol this newspaper, requesting my five-cent pamphlet, ENHANCED BOSOMLINE. Don't forge! to include five cent* in coin and a LARGE, SELF-ADDRESS ED, STAMPED ENVELOPE. . Knhansed Bosom - line contains detailed instructions on hbw curve and lift can be improved through exercise, posture ar.d corsetry. Garden Club Picnic Held At Lake Chicot . Members of the Southern Garden Club held their annual picnic Wednesday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rode on I,ake Chicot. Club officers served as hosteses. -Indoors the reception rooms were decorated with arrange- rnenls of Shasta daisies and day lilies. 'Lunch was served in the garden. Tables were covered with checked cloths and held arrangements of day lilies. Following lunch, Mrs. William Lowry presided over the business session, and named the committees and hostesses for the coming year. Mrs. J. C. Ramsey was welcomed us * new member. Guests were Mrs. J. D. Peel, Mrs. Jack Stull, Mrs. Frances Hull and Mrs. Philip Gousset. Twenty - four members attended. Miss Kay Caulfield, Miss Perry Lover and Miss Nancy Smythe. ^ Rcy Jamp ,, on, officiated at the double- ing ceremony. Vows were exchanged before a background of greenery and white tapers in ughl iron cnmlclnbra. Nup- iol music was presented by iTrs. James Richardson, organ- si. The bride, given in m n r r i a g e l \ r her fatlier, wore a white Bible School Plans Are Told SHAW - Rev. J. 1. Jacobs, :ntstor of the Baptist Church today announced plans for the Church's Vacation Bible School !o be held from June 7 through June 11. Activities will be held each morning from 8 to 11 a.m. Child ren four through sixteen will participate. Department be Mrs. c.Siffon dress with tucked lonse, full skirl and Ihree-^iiar- er length sleeves. Her short 'cil was attached to a satin crown and she carried a white Davi1 clint Crawford, and Mrs. James Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. James King. Mr. Bible topped with a white orchid and stephanotis. intcndents super- Cecil Washington, intermediate department; Mrs. Sessions Plea sant, junior; Mrs. W. W. Har risen, primary; and Mrs. Davis Burns, beginners. The week's activities will climaxed Friday noon with picnic in the church yard. at home at the iiK-nl. a p a r t - ' FRIDAY NIGHT, the- parents uf the family of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Azlin, entertained at a rehearsal supper al Hnliday Restaurant iti Greenville. The lung (able held an arrangement of white carnations. Miss Judy Thomas and Mrs. W. G. Thomas visited Mrs. Betty Ruth Snndcrford of Terry and Mrs. Frank Jackson in Jackson last week. The Church daisies, gladioli and stock. A t t e n d i n g were Miss Crawford. Mr. Azlin, Mr. and Mrs. David Clint Crawford, Rev. land Mrs. .Inmes Azlin and the Mrs. James King of Shaw, sis-lhosts. er of IliG bride, was nintrn:t of, lionor. shealh SV wore a dress w i t h beige lace matching beige hat and accessories and oE Visitors Feted At Reception Goodman Memorial held vacation Bible School May 31. to J u n e ·!. Mrs. Burt Darden was in charge. The Junior department was under direction of Mrs. L. W. I 1 . Nucu- le. Mrs. H. D. Hays nmi Mrs. H. E Martin had charge of thc primary department Mrs. J u n e Aden had charge of thc kinder- garden elepl. Miss Caroline Dawson assisted in the j u n i o r department. Cheryl Darden was pianist and Diannc Dawson \viis in r!liirj:L' of (lie ruiclin \ i L i i l n ' aids. Mrs. Thomas H a r r i s the opening devotional*. 'treasurer, Mrs. Clilf Prewitt read the minutes of the last meeting and gave the treasurer's report. Plans were made for the installation of ollicers at the July meeting. The president of the Optimist club, Lynwood Sandidge will officiate at the ceremony. The club will also vote on a project al the next meeting. Mrs. Charlie Weeks volunteer ed In hend (he food committee or the fish fry that will t a k e place later this month. Ttiis will be a joint meeting of the Stork Club Holds Meeting Fred Stork 1ND1ANOLA - Mrs. Rawls entertained (he Club at her home on Orive. A r r a n g e m e n t s uf .summer [blossoms were u=ed throughnut carried a bouquet of feathered i * i carnations. | * l r - aml ^ l r s - ' : - H - Hil " en- s a t i n cloth featuring James Azlin of Leland. brolh-|l«t:imcd recently at ipcn house!rangmcnt of Bells of Ireland er of the groom, was best man. ;honoring t h e i r daughter and s u n j p i n k c n r n n l i o n s and pink dai- I l l i l l , ' i n l:iw. Ensign and Mrs. Ed- sies in a silver cpergnc, tlank-|.lames ivurd Brazil of North Kin.KslownJed by while tapers in silver can-j 1'mctall Rhode Island. Miss Uremia Halljdi-labra. Mr?. Eugene Harlow|son Rice. FOLLOWING the ceremony. ! Mr. and Mrs. James Azlin en- gave j t l i e house. ! Flayers were Mrs.- Vernon Heard, Mrs. George Fondren, Mrs. Hugh French. Mrs. Morris Mrs. Arnold Hull, Mrs. Hodges. Mrs. Frank and Mrs. George John-; wo clubs and will accompany he installation of thc Optimist Club officers for thc coming 'ear. Mrs. Cliff Prewitt's name vas drawn for lhe money in he "pot." Mrs. Jack Sewell reported oil he committee who prepare xod for the optimist members ivorking at the Scout hut on the week-ends. Refreshments were, served. Patio Party Compliments Miss Farrish SHAW - Miss Jane FarrisH was honored Moixlay night at nn informal surprise patio parly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kittle. She will leave this week for her summer home in G ren wood. In the fall Miss Farrish will teach in Indianola. She has been a member of (he faculty o[ tho Shaw elementary school for sixteen years, and has served as principal for the past several years. The patio of the Kittle home was lighted with hurricane lamps, and the buffet table was ·covered with a striped linen 'cloth. Twelve guests were present. tertained with a reception al their home. The bride's fable, overlaid with an imported culwork cloth, held an arrangement of white slock, Fujii chrysanthemums -mixed spring flowers. Thc tea and pompons. The tiered wed- liable was covered with a while ar.d Miss J u l i a Hall received l h e ' n n d Mrs. Albert C. Fcngcr pre-| Mrs. Hill was high scorer for ; s I, guests in the reception hall. [sided al the lea Inble. j l h e afternoon: Mrs. Beard, sec The rei-pplinn hall, living M r s . Charles McKellar, Mrs./iml high anil Mrs. Fondren room and den of the homc were'j. E. Rivers, and Mrs. Edwin]was presented the consolation decorated with arrangements ofjlJaglcy assisted. Approximate- .prize. j l y one led. hundred guests attend- The hostess course. served a salad See Our . . , CATALINA MERCHANDISE TODAY! 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