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Madeleine Livingston To Be Bride Of James Garner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Egbert Livingston of Prentiss announce the engagement of their younger daughter, Madeleine, to James Everitt Garner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Garner of El Dorado, Ark. The wedding will be solemnized early in February at the Prentiss Presbyterian church. Miss Livingston is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lee of Prentiss and the late Judge and Mrs. W. H. Livingston, also of Prentiss. The bride-elect is a graduate of Prentiss High school where she was activa in all school affairs and is now a junior at Belhaven college majoring in elementary education. Af Mississippi State College for Women she was a member of the House Committee and Countess Social club. She attended Ole Miss this past year where she was a member of the House Council of Isofn Hall, Westminster Fellowship and pledged to Kappa Delta social sorority. Mr. Garner's maternal grandparents are Mrs. J. J. Partain and the late Rev. Mr. Partain of ClarksviTle, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Garner of Hamilton, are bis paternal grandparents. The bridegroom - to - be is a graduate of El Dorado High school where he was a repre-entative to Boy's State at Little Rock, served as youth secretary of Ouachita Presbytery and was very active in school organizations. He attended the University of Arkansas where he served on the paper staff, vice-president of University of Arkansas Photography club, member of engi neering club and Kappa Sigma social fraternity. At present he is beginning his senior year at Ole Miss in the College of L i b e r a 1 Arts majoring in physics. After graduating he will continue his studies in his major field in graduate school at Ole Miss. ANNOUNCEMENT DINNER Miss Livingston's forthcoming marriage to Mr. Garner was first revealed to relatives and friends at a dinner party given at the home of Dr. and Mrs. K. D. Terrell in Prentiss. Serving as hostesses with Mrs. Terrell were Mrs. R. C. Williams Jr., Mrs. James N. Mathison and Mrs. Carrol Williams. A focal point of the decorations was a small white church with a i-white oamellia tree in the back ground and a bridal coupla leaving the church. A special edition of th Prentiss newspaper tied with white satin ribbon and wedding bells when opened showed a picture of the bride-to-be and gave the announcement of the date and plans for the February wedding. The bride - elect was attired in a trousseau dress of beige chiffon with a corsage of feathered pink carnations. Miss Livingston received gifts of sDver from the hostesses.