The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 27, 1960 · Page 9
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 9

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Wednesday. July 27, 1950 5wz7/j/;e Af organ Working Hard At Being Miss Greenville BALLET COSTUMES -- For her ballet type dance number in the Miss Mississippi Pageant talent competition, Suzanne Morgan will appear in Ihe while costume above- MISS GREENVILLE -- Suzanne Morgan models a shealh she will wear in Vicksburg next week as Miss Greenville at the Miss Mississippi Contest. (Staff Photos) Won Last Year Roy Fulton Tells Civitans Of Coming Mississippi Marathon Roy Fulton, who with Carlcon Johnson last year won the 1100 mile Mississippi River Marathon, was the featured speaker on Tuesday at the regular weekly meeting of the CiviUn Club. Fulton, who is making plans now for the up-coming race, told' the club members present Ihe} winner this year "will have a time of around 20 hours." Fulton's official time in the 1959 race was 22 hours, 37 minutes, which set an all-time record for Ihe race from St. Louis to New Orleans during the Labor Day week-end, with two over-night stops at Memphis and Vicksburg! and seven re-fueling stops, Green-j BOOZE CAN HELP LOXDON (AP) -- Two doctors writing in the medical magazine* Lancet came up with this con-| elusion: If the ship is about to^ sink, a couple of stiff jolts may; help you survive. They said tests carried out wih 10 sailors showed a l i t t l e alcohol could be a big help, to those who must abandon ship! in co!d water. i villc being one. Last year, Fulton finished the race 19 minutes, 51 seconds ahead of ^he second beat. Crediting much of the success last year to the fact that he hat entered the previous year, plao ing sixth, Fulton called the race: the "longest and toughest outboard race in Ihe world." He said t h a t the race is an endurance test for the boat and engine. "It shows the boats thatj can go the distance and stay to-j gether for some twenty - odd hours," he said. Of the 26 s t a r t - j crs last year, only 20 finished. | Fulton said that he would spend; the next 30 days getting his boatj ready for the race. "Rigging andj preparing," he said, "is 50 per' cent of finishing. 1 1 In discussing plans for the race, Fulton said that he would use two Being Miss Greenville is no hcd of roses, Suzanne Morgan has discovered. This 20-year-old brunette with beaming brown eyes is Inking the responsibilities of repressing the Port City of the Delta in [he Mississippi con test as seriously as she is the honor. Almost any wecfi-day morning Suzanne can be found hard al work on her talent number at Almyra (Mikie) Jackson's dance studio. She will do the same talent performance at the Miss Mississippi Pageant in Vicksburg next week that she did lo win the Miss Greenville contest last month, representing the VFW. "We've modified the ballet type dance some and instead of using a recorded voice, I'll use my own," she said, "1 can't thank Mikie enough for all tli help she's given me." Miss Greenville has been living here since she was in the first grade. She's been dancing since she was six. At Greenville High School she rolled up an almost endless series of honors. A few of them include winning the William Iryes Hunt Award as top graduate of her class, being named Most Beautiful at the Orchid Ball and being named Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Girl. She was a member of the Black and · Gold band, playing the flute and LOVELY SMILE -- Among tho qualifications Suianno Morgan will lake lo the Miss Mississippi Pageant as Greenville's representative will be an engaging smile. The proof a above. student council member for three years, dance group, woodwind ensemble and MSCW Beauty. She was a member of the 75th Anniversary Court at MSG certificate. She hopes to be in commercial art or teaching after graduation. And what docs a busy girl like Suzanne do as a hobby? "f play the piano," the said. representative to Mississippi Contest-- SUZANNE'S SWIM SUIT -··, Miss Greenville, Suzanne Morv; gan, will appear in a white . suit for the swim suit competition' In (be. Miss Mississippi Pageant in Vicksburg next week. -.1 Democrat-Times Classified umns. Check them now. semester junior, she has contin- summer school so she can finish beautiful, talented, popular a n d ued a wide variety of activities Mercha noise Men -Boys AT REHEARSAL - The practice bar at Mikie's Dance Studio has been Suj.inne Morgan's address during the past several weeks as she rehearsed for Ihe Miss Mississippi Pageant where she will represent Greenville. bership chairman for the club, [staff, and four graduating 10-year . Final plans were made for the; o | ds who play for , he civi[an j Mercury 80 horsepower engines, club s participation m the sale o f ; ,,,.,,, Linle u baseball' Concluding, he said, "I hope to fin-booster tickets Friday for the, . , .. , 1 ! _ . . . _ . . ' . ! tcam, including Jerry Brown, Dr. J. W. Ingram, president,' . ,, . , . . ,, . , . Charles Jeffcoat, Pat Williams, presided and Civitan Glvnn A- 1 TM° duh m " havc a busincs5 thany introduced the speaker meeting next week. Ingram announced that RCV.J Special guests included Gene and Gary Helmn, Also present were three of the coaches for t team, Walter Roman, Charles Roy A. Jacob is the new mem-'Snipes, of the General Hospital Jeffcoat. and Flower Strazi. Another 24 Dozen Men's Sport SHIRTS Short sleeve -- fash color -wash and wear -- sizes sml., mecl., Ige. MEN! JUST ARRIVED 500 Pairs Of The Famous SHOES $ All branded (we cannot advertise name) Value lo 118 95 wide and nar- row full widths -- Fall styles. We have over 200 Single Bed Size Bedspreads Some Made -- But AH Mvle To Sell From $ ?f (o $6 -- AH to go now at one low price -- Summer Caps Wo will sell these q u i c k don't wait 10 Ea. 100 DOZEN Children - Misses ANKLETS Made to sellfl ^^k p for much more E l I V Whites-Colors I ^^M n. 10th Bi the quality compact car! YOU SAVE AT LEAST For the boys going back to school BOYS' BROADCLOTH SPORT SHIRTS KNIT SPORT SHIRTS All made to sell for $1 to $2 Size 4 to 16 - Solids and Pattern 'e Stili Have 1000 Yards Materials That must be sold - All on one table JUST A R R I V E D 500 Pairs Values to $4.50 BOY'S SLACKS WASH and WEAR NEWEST STYLES Sizes (r To 16 300 Values to $6.95 IADSES DRESSES These are no( jiisf wash dresses -- They are Dressy ami sport types -- Si/cs 9-15; 12 fo 20 and M'/z lo 2'lVz -- All To Go Al Now-Get the best deal ever! Rambler smashed all sales records in June--and we want to keep sales climbing. Everyone knows, when sales volume goes up, selling costs go down--and Rambler dealers are passing the savings on to you. To celcbrale Ramblcr'i 10th Birthday mccess, they're offering the most generoui trade-in allowances of the year. KOSSMAN-WOOD RAMBLER, Hwy. 82 East, Greenville 2 0 0 P A I R S WASH 'N' WEAR MEN'S SLACKS Seconds Of Values To $8.95 $ These iff the best buy in slack* we ever offered. Sizes J9 (o «. DAC RON'S-- RARONS 5 0 0 P A I R S LADIES SHOES $ Black - Whites - Dressy - Casuals Plenty of large sizes Don't wait (hey will g fast. Pr,

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