The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 27, 1960 · Page 3
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Club Dinner Honors Kenneth Reed And Miss Barbara Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reed of Forkland Plantation near Wintcr- ville, were hosts Sunday evening at a dinner party given at the Greenville Country Club, in honor of their nephew, Kenneth Reed ami his fiancee, Miss Barbara Arnold, both of Charleston. Carrying out a green and white color scheme, the table was covered with a white damask cloth, and was centered with a silver epergne filled with white carnations. Silver candelabra holding white tapers and place cards featuring a bridal fheme, completed the table decorations. Miss Arno 1 ;) wore a cocktail frock of green chiffon, styled wild a bouffan' skirt. She \vore matching accessories and a shoulder bouquet of sweetheart roses. The guest list included besides the honorees,-their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Arnold ami Mr. and Mrs. Noel Reed, Dr. and be helpful in straightening bowlegs? Answer: Probably not. Copyright 1960 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Mrs. Will Ryan, all of Charleston, Mr. and Mr:,. Tom Lcachman Jr., Dallas, Texas and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Talum. Mrs. Helm Is Honoree At Lunch Mrs. Gay Coleman Helm of Herndon, Va., who is the houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Bell Harbison, was the honoree at a luncheon on Tuesday given by Mrs. W. D. Atterbury at her plantation home at Eslill. Centerpiece for the damask covered table was a silver epergne with on arrangement of roses. Matching energnellcs held miniature nosegays of roses. Place- cards, featuring an ivy design, complete! the appointments. The guest list included the hnn- oree, Mrs. Walker Krctschmar, Mrs. Fort Ricketls, Mrs. Lewis Davis. Mrs. William Payne. Greenville and Mrs. George Stock Sr., Hollandale. Deborah Brasher Honoree At Birthday Party Mr. nml Mrs. J. W. Brasher honored their daughter, Deborah Dean at a luncheon and swimrn- party Sunday at their home on Highway ) North. The parly was given in celebration of Deborah Dean's eighth birthday. Following lunch, the group played games and spent the day around the swimming pool. The guest list included besides the honorce, her sister, Paula Brasher, Sheila and Lynn Laney, Vlarriah Moore, Kay McDavid, Sally and Paul Stafford, Roy Stafford Jr., Lynn and Neal Carter, Ralph, and Nona Dumas. Special guests were the hono- rce's grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Kirts, RosMlale, Mrs. Jack LaFever, Friars Point and Mrs. Alice Story, Greenville, aunts of the honorce and Mrs. Doris Wood. Speaking Personally Mrs. Don Weissigcr and daughter Laurie of I.iille Rock, Ark., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe KaU. * * * MEET YOUR MAN through Classified ads. To hire good workers, dial ED ,'or an ad-writer. Westside Club Holds July Meeting 1NDIANOLA - The Wcslside Home Demonstration Club met in the home ol Mrs. A. S. Shaffer for their July meeting. The devotional for the (lay was taken from Acts 12:]J-25 and the group repealed the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Jimmie Cox, president, ircsidcd over the business session. Plans were discussed about the contest for Farm Rureau King and Queen to be held in August and names of eligible persons belonging to the Farm Bureau were read. Mrs. Percy Weatherall read the ninutes and gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Russell Embry gave an informative talk on "Pros and Cons of Women Serving On J u r - j es." Miss Frances Flurry assistant Home Demonstration Agent, gave the demonstration on 'Good Meal preparation and Bud;et Meal buying." The hosier served a dessert course. Tho following attended: Mrs. Angelo Vincent, Mrs. Percy Weatherall Mrs. P. F. Kelly; Mrs. Russell F.mbry, Miss Frances Flurry, Mrs. Jimmie Cox, DoKn Dcmocrnt-Tlmes Wednesday, July 27, '60 and guests Mrs. L«ler King, Mrs. Louis Vance and Mrs. Slmf- fer's mother, Mrs. J. A. Narmour, CUSTOM MADE "SEAT COVERS" Also Furniture Upholstery A-l Upholstery 1040 Ai.raider They're proud as can be wuh Iheir new baby . . . and they'll be pleased to receive your congratulations on a Hallmark Card from our complete selection. You'll find so many clever cards, and the Hallmark on the back shows "you cared enough to send Ihe very best." The Office Supply Co. WO Washington Ave Phone ED 2-0914 A BRIDE AND GROOM -- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bernard Solomon of Shaw, and Brook-line, Mass., are seen following their wedding solemnized at Hotel Peabody in Memphis on July 10. The bride is the former Miss Shirley Nell Fleischer of Shaw .What To Eat And Drink When On Reducing Diet Bjf Herman H. Bundesen, M. D. spinach, string beans, green peas, Just about anyone who is dieting eventually asks his doctor Ute« question* "Just what foods can I eat, whit foods should I avoid?" and possibly, "How about a little drink now and then?" Principls Of Diet Well, the principle of any reducing diet 18 to provide foods low In calories yet well fortified with vitamins and minerals. Pn teina and essential, too. You ihould have a minimum of two vegetables a day, plus one small potato. At least one of these vtgetahleo should come from the following lish. Asparagus, carrots, broccoli. green endives, chard, water cress, rutabaga, pumpkin, winter squash, okra and uny greens (beet, mustard, etc.). Other Vegetables Now you can take both your Roaches! and nan]r vnheohhy two' to*, .hold ku*ctl. 4 ox. Pfcg. 3Y as many fats, starches and sugars as you can. Fried or creamed foods, high- calorie desserts--and cocktails- should generally be avoided by anyone who wants to shed excess pounds. Alcoholic Beverages While many doctors suggest a cocktail a day, especially for older persons, I think both cocktails and beer should be banned from a reducing diet. daily vegetables from this list if| Dl ' or nas an alcoholic content you prefer or choose one of these °' approximately four per cent, plus one of the following: Artichokes, wax beans, beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, eggplant, lettuce, mushrooms, onions, parsnips, tomatoes, white turnips and summer squash. I.timb, veal and beef are gen- but the caloric content for an average, eight - ounce glass is about 112. There's no doubt that a martini or a m a n h a t t a n will give you a rosier outlook on life in general and your dieting in particular. Out a martini contains about 140 erally included in any reducing'calories and a manhattan about program and, as a rule, can bellH. substituted for each other, pro-l Gin And Whisky viding all outside fat is trimmed. On the other hand, a one-ounce off. Liver, heart, kidney, brains glass of gin contains about 70 and fish and seafood are also good calories and a similar amount of for dieters and are low in rat content. Pork, on the other hand, is usually infiltrated with f n t and I would suggest that you use it sparingly as long as you want to reduce. Naturally, you want to shim whisky has a few more. So do not drink while you diet. And if you fee! you must drink, don't add a mix. Taking your iiquor straight at least trims the number of calories you consume. Question And Answer Mrs. P. K.r Won!d exercising LADIES SALE SHOES Hundreds Of Pairs Of Dress Shoes And Casuals From Our Regular Stock ANDREW GELLER MADEMOISELLE WEDGLINGS JOHANSEN SABRINA FIANCEES DEBAS PARADISE DE ANGELO JOYCE AMALFI TROTTERS COBBLERS GLAMOUR DEBS Were $7.95 to $25.95 -- Now $3.97 to $12.97 MATCHING BAGS UP TO /2 OFF Nelms Blum Shoe Salon ENTTRE STOCK INCLUDED -- ALL SALES FINAL DOROTHY GRAY TEXTURE LOTION . 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