Generelly & McGee marriage

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Generelly & McGee marriage - 24 Sunday, August 20, *G7 Greenville, Miss....
24 Sunday, August 20, *G7 Greenville, Miss. Delia Democrat-Times Last Night MissMcGee Weds Peter Generelly In Candlelight Church Ceremony Jh a candlelight ceremony Saturday evening at St. James Episcopal Church Miss Charlotte Gordon McGee and Peter Roger Generelly pledged their marriage vows with the Rev. Patrick Sandets officiating. the bride 1$ the daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Ben Humphreys McGee of Leland. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Generelly.of Greenville. THE double ring ceremony was performed before on altar decorated with arrangements of bride's roses, tuberoses a n d leitherleaf ferns In four matching vases. The chancel area was lighted with burning cathedral tapers in wrought-iron f l o o r standards entwined with string srnila*. nd Miss Jano Rule Burdlne. BEFORE a low wall horde rirtg he far end cf the garden was a round bride's table covered with full length satin doth and de- mi-cloth of silk organza and lace, "he table was centered with a our-tiered wedding cake surrounded with sprays, of smitax and flanked by two large tiered arden standards holding burn- ng candles. Matching The held windows of wrought-iron the church candelabra bearing burning tapers and smilax. MIPT1AL music was provided by Mrs. David Turner, organist. Emmdtt Goodrich served as acolyte. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white organza over silk with a scooped neckline, double tiered tlecves and a detachable train, «11 enhanced with Alenoon lace. Her veil was allachcd to a pearl and lace bandeau. She carried a French colonial bouquet of bride's roses, Baby's Breath and tuberoses with feathered sprigs of string smilax. * * * MISS Maury McGee served as her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids included: Mrs. John P. Kirk and Miss Amy Generelly of Greenville; Miss. Mildred Belford of New York; Miss Pamela Stott of Johannesburg, South Africn; Mrs. William Gurley of Rosedale; Miss Suzie Pitt, Miss Martha Nichols and Mrs. John Maggio of Leland; and M r s . Ray Smith Jr. of Vero Beach, Fla. The attendants wore long iden lical filled sheaths of white ribbed silk with high necks in front and a low square necklines back trimmed with a double row of buttons. They carried bouquets of Rubrum lilies, Baby's Breath and string smilax. LEROY Percy sewed as best man. Groomsmen included Robert Percy, John Lawrence, Ger- aJd Abraham and LL Albert Kossman of Greenville; Eugene Bogen and Edward Joshua Bogen Jr. of Oxford; Jack Lowry of Jackson; Wiley Mock Jr. o: Memphis; James Lee Jr. of In verness and Ralph McGee. brother of the bride from Leland RECEPTION Immediately following t h e ceremony, the bride's Brents hosted a reception in the garden of their Deer Creek Drive home. MRS. McGee received guests in a pink petit point silk trimmed in jeweled lace of matching shades. Mrs. Generelly wore a rose chiffon. Mrs. Burrcll McGee and Mrs. William Watson greeted guests at the entrance to the garden, marked by hurricane standards bearing burning tapers. Keeping the guest register were Miss Mary Frances Payne i-ere two punch tables holding ilver bowls circled with string imilax. AT the opposite end of the garden stood the glass-topped vrought-iron groom's table with i white cake iced with red trawberrios. Serving the bride's cake were rfrs. Dan Smythe, Mrs. Harry Branlon, Mrs. John W. Kirk, Irs. Clyde McGec, Mrs. Cameron Dean and Mrs. John Marion )ean. Cutting the groom's cake were !rs. Leroy Percy, Mrs. Wade the bride's table Hdlowell, Mrs. Robert Harding, Mrs. Waller Weathers Jr., Mrs. Charles Dean Jr. and Mrs. William Boland. « * « ASSISTING in serving punch were Miss Minor Morrow, Mrs. Gus Pitt, Mrs. Noel Cumbaa, Mrs. Carl Nichols, Mrs. D. 0. Baker, Mrs. George RAe Walker and Miss Joile Wlnn. Rke girls were Misses Eltza- Mlh and Arm McGee, Katherlne Branton, Amanda Harding, Saly Smith, Julie Reed, Claire and Cordelia Joseph. FLOATING hostesses Wera Mrs. William Caraway, M r s Robert Word, Mrs. Lawrence L. Paxlon. Mrs. Robert Stott, Mrs. rJugh Payne, Mrs. Martin Heard, Mrs. Archie Sterling, Mrs. Jamie Taylor, Mrs. Clyde Gault, Mrs. Charles Dean Sr., Mrs. Tucker :iark, Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. Harold Brown, Mrs. Don R. Mrs. Curry Holand, M r David Flanagan and Mrs. Victor Ayers. £4! Delta Diary Float Trip Planned JIMMY ROBERTSON and ROY CAMPBELL of Greenville will accompany J. H. HUMBER of Clarksdale on a trip down the While River in Arkansas, Meanwhile MRS. ROBERTSON and her mother, MRS. HUMBER, will spend few chys relaxing at the Red Apple Inn at Eden Isle, They will return Wednesday. SUSAN EUST1S is chairman of the Greenville Teen membership drive for the new year. Early memberships enable students to attend the "Back to School" dance to sponsored by the club at the end of August. MRS. MARVIN PACE has as her visitors this week SHEPHERD, her nephew from Fayetteville, Ark., BILL SHEPHERD, her nephew from Indianola, nnd MARY ELIZABETH TERNEY, her granddaughter from Drew. MR. and MRS. FRANK ALVAREZ JR. and MRS. W. BIRDSONG had as their guests this weekend MR. and FRANK A. BIRDSONG of New Orleans and their children, SALLY JANE and EDMUND KER. The occasion was 79th birthday of Mrs. W. H. Birdsong on Aug. IS. MR. and MRS. JOE CAROLLO of Leland spent last vacationing at Panama City beach where they joined their granddaughters, JULIE and LISA CAROLLO with their mother, ANN, of Smyrna, Ga. Also joining the Carollos there were MR. and MRS. H. J. CHASSANOIL of Greenwood their daughter LYNN from Symrna, Ga. BUDDY KENT is here for the rest of the summer visiting his parents, MR. and MRS. WU.BURN KENT. He been interning at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. On his down, he stopped to pick up his sister, MIM1, from camp. MR. and MRS. DAVID ORLANSKY and children, LARRY and LINDA returned this week from a vacation New Orleans with her brother and family, DR. and MRS. MARVIN ETT1NGER. MRS. HERBERT THOMPSON of Laurel and children, HOLLY, LAWRENCE, CAROLINE and HAYS arrived today · be the guests of her mother, MRS. LAWRENCE of Osceola Plantation. Mr. Thompson will join the family for the weekend. MR. and MRS. GLENN HARDY, RANDY, KAY and Mrs. Hardy's mother, MRS. W. FERGUSON, have just returned from a vacation in Florida. They visited Orlando, Daytona Beach, Panama City and Mexico Beach. Randy caught eight red snapper while deep sea fishing near Springs in Ocala. MISSES ANN and SALLY McCULLOUGH of Tupelo have returned home after a week's visit with their grand- moiher, MRS. JOHN W. YOUNG SR., 637 Lotus St. and TOM McCULLOUGH were visitors two weeks prior that time. They are all the children of MR. and MRS. GEORGE McCULLOUGH. MRS. BARBARA BRENNER and family are spending week with her mother - in - law, MRS. CHARLES of Biloxi before returning home after spending the summer

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 20 Aug 1967, Sun,
  3. Page 24

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