The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 10, 1960 · Page 16
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Drlttn I)emocrnlT!mc» 16 Sunday, July 10,'-'60 Miss Jean · Patterson Announces .Wedding Plans, Names Party Miss l.unda Jean Patterson,, ri'!e-clecl of Robert Edward Lan-i u«l*r, today announces plans] r her wedding and names the ridal party. The double ring ceremony will c solemnized on Sunday, July lih ,1! 3 p.m. at the First Meth- dist Church with Dr. N. J. Gold-j ig. pastor of the church, official-! is- The bride will be given in mar- i»ge by her father, Rayford Pat- irstn. Mrs. Jsmcs Dunn will e tht or£«nlst and the soloist 'ill be Rollnpd Shaw. Her only atlenrlsnt aixl maid of onar will be Mrs. James I.amar ummins, Kilmichnel. Ross Hodge. Giecnville, will be College Miss Biggers To Wed L. J. LaBrent Mr. and Mrs. Guy Biggcrs announce tho engagement and approaching marriage of their ckugliler, Ruth, to Louis John LaQrcnt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. LnBrent of Camdcn, N. J. Miss Biggers is a graduate ol Greenville High School and Is pre- Mntly attending Senalobia Junioi e.st nan. Ushers will be Jimmy Jancasler. Edgar Lee McAlexan- tr, Archie Lancaster, Stnrkville, nd Otcar Caradine, Cleveland. i Immediately following the ccr- a reception church parlors. be giv- Mr. LnBrenl is 8 graduate of Camdon High School and attended fcl Central University before joining ihe United Stales Air Force. The wfflding will be solemnU cd On July 17 at 3 p. m. at the Trinity Methodist Church. HMERIOMN. TOURISTER Because no other luggage Its gracefully contoured, trim, slim looks lifts locks lasts u n an* penrance makes it the most fashionable luggage you oin buy. As light as a whisper! Exclusive Palm guard Handiest * cushion your grip carry-case lightness and comfort. for . . . provide powerful interlocking sliding action. Case can*t ^nu ap*n unexpectedly -- even when ovorpac*k««. ll« informed with fibt^glfiaa* sbelL gives it super strength and Uc^tjjess, and 6omo Pcrroajiltp* O0v*£vtf? a to be tho toughest obtainable. A" Letter From Ki-Y Camp KI-Y Hot Spring!, Ark. July 2, I960 Dear Mama, We rode a long lime on the bus to get here, but wo finally made it, I rode on tho first bus because I wanted to get here first. Di- Bile Jones, Trudy Dean, Dinno lowcll, Elizabeth Graves, Cynthia Moore, a leader in the cabin next to mine, Betsy -Bramlclt, and Bebo Hutchins, wlio sells us crafts, were all on my bus. Shor- ly Decs really knows n lot of KI- 1 songs. We had a great time singing all the way. I really felt sorry for the poor bus driver. After a short rest stop and a coke in Pine Bluff we drove on to camp. The boys were all ready to leave; so we told them hcl- o and good-bye at the same time, since we won't sec any boys fo a long time! But there really are some cutd boys who stayed lo he]] us, Perry Scull, Eddie Miller Jimmy Joyce, and Jimmy Haw kins. They even sing "Mountain Dew" for us in the dining hall Porry helped push some of m; cabin mates tip the mountain but I made it up by myself. W could see the camp from the top of the mountain, and everything ct the table. Everyday our program Srec- or, Clllo Anderson, gives tu a kkllo »t breakfast, and we have o figure out who It ii by supper. Ye had a good one about Hilda Gates because she can really hoot the rifle. Programs Presented Each cabin. Is In charge A a ampfire program. Patsy Swln- icy's cabin had a great prograrr he other nlghtl The name ol ho program was "Thla II Your ,ifc, Dub Ferrelll The announc er was Sarah Beth Hamilton alas Ralph Edwards, Each cabli acted out a certain phase o Jub's life. The camperi in cab- n 1 were dressed as babies, ba by bottles and all, as they represented his early llfo. His elementary school days were show as one cabin shot marbles, fished, etc. We even saw cabins ac out a scene from his army life College days showed us when h got his alt important diplomas One cabin even dressed up a young ladies to show us whe he chose his wife, One cabi S U M ^^ · IBM A layri ion)* et th« iporti to hew ui wh«n hs ittrted worlc t the V.M.CA Thw .to «how hit (wo children who h o v e M*n vUltlng c*mp recently, otch CUrenc* Wilkinson, assist- nt director, and CUte dressed up Walter and Cynthia, the two children. We ill enjoyed this program to much. Dub was reidly eur- ed that night. Everyone kept t « secret from him. Wo all gave a big How-How, our «lgn oi approval. Another good campflre program V6 Ann Autry'i Tacky Parly, Joy, you should have seen us I You wouldn't have recognized anybody. Ann Kowman won tho jrize for being the tackiest, but ol McCormlck, Abby Oakes, and Mary Carol Dsnm*n were really tacky. I must close now, because It's almost lime (or supper. Please write me every day so I can have my name called out at mail call. Betty Lynn Bennett gets more mail thnn anybody. Tell Daddy and everyone hello tor me. Your daughter, Susie proven like Tri-Taper*by 10 Sizes in 8 Colors Priced From $18.95* JC.L.SCHLOM 417 Washington Ave. ED 2-4911 W09 so pretty. I think I saw Mnry Beth Websler, Lynn Cat-j Ictle, Susan James, nnd Vicki Tullos on Lake Bobby In cnnocs. The mountain climb was really fun! Sarah Beth Hamilton, Susan No- Ellie Ray. Marie Petty, Kay Stubblefieid, I'eggy Denman, and Emily McClintocli climbed up White's Mountain but Patsy Winstead, Mary Catherine Morphis, Lynn Alexander, Ann Rosenberg. Penny Howard, and Linda Anderson climbed up Jack's Mountain wilh me. The food over here really is jood. Emily McCain nnd 1 had IK.P. yesterday, and we had to C L E A R A N C E STILL IN PROGRESS Save SPORTSWEAR DRESSES VISIT OUR SHOE DEPT. Personally Speaking Eastern Star Chapter To Hold Initiation The Emmctt N. Thomas C l i n p - j tcr No. 62 of the Order of thei Eastern Star will initiate new members at the special meeting called for Tuesday evening at 8 t tho Masonic Temple. THE RE.V AND MRS. JACK R A B U N WII1TI lEY _ _ I Fcrrell served the cake Miss Nora Thompson ii^nTM Mrs .Becomes The Bride Of The Rev. J. R. Whitkfey Reception Held In Fellowship Haul Starting Moiitli E N T I R E S T O C K D R E S S E S P O R T S W S W I M W E L I N G E R 1 Childrens' tf o u Highway 82 E. -- Rode Blrlg. Miss Nora Ann Thompson, auyhler of Mr. and Mrs. Roby r.dt.'rson Thompson of Greenville, nd the Rev. Jack Rabim Whitson of Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Vhitley of Dacula, Ga., were tarried on Sunday afternoon, Ju- bride's parents entertaine. A t he wtdding guests al a the Fellowship :cer.flon in Hall ,.f lhe b r ! ( 1 ° 3, at the First :hurch. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Thad Ferell, assislel by Dr. N. J. Golding, i.istor of First Methodist Church. David Young and Brougliton Hen- Icrson presented the program o! luptial music. Preceding the ceremony, Mr. Henderson 'Bless This House." Vows were exchanged before he altar decorated with arrangements of white slock and chrysanthemums, flanked by wrought ron candelabra holding white ta- lers placed ngalnsl a background of fern. The bride, given in marriage church. Assisting in the redciv ing were members of the j bridal party, the bride's mother, , Mrs. Thompson, and the pare tts of Float- Mrs. Vernon R u t h Colston, Mrs. J. L. Young and Mrs. Percy Byrnes. Mrs. Bob McCullough and Miis Kay Gregg served punch. Miss Elizabeth Huffman kept the'guest register. Tea girls were Miss M a r t h Evelyn Rone and Miss Mary Gwytr Rone Background music was played by Mrs. Aubrey Rone. for I ravel · wedding trip, t he and white fashionec scalloped collar Met hodist'fhe groom, Mr. nnd Mrs. t Whitlcy. Joel u , , , C h o s e " blue necked cotton suit, with For her daughter's we tiding, Vfrs. Thompson wore a dress of beige lace with i hatching jacket nnd accessories! corsage of gold glamellias.r Mrs. Whitley, mother of the ({room, wore a blue lace afternoon 'dress with while accessories and : uiould-' er bouquet of white carnati-a^s. A pink and while color :u:homc was carried out in the f l o w e r nr- rangements and appointmMits for Ihe bride's table. The tabt'e was large trimmed .in while. She white accessories and the orchii from her bridal bouquet. On their relurn they will be n home in Duck Hill, where the Rev Mr. Whitley is pastor of the Firs ~ ftm Nelms Blum Shoe Salon's Children Shoe Sale BOYS' GIRLS' SUMMER DRESS SHOES Values to $9.95 9 0 ENTIRE STOCK OF SANDALS AND KEDETTES Values to $5.95 2 9 0 ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED ALT, SALES FTNATJ covered with a with underskirt white ne.t cloth of pink ' t a f f e t a by her father, wore n waltz cngth wtdding gown of white silk organza over taffeta. The bo- lice was styled with short shirred sleeves and featured a sweet heart neckline appliquod i n ' l a c e reembroidered in seed pearls iml white sequins. The skirt was r ashioned with lace panels down' ho front and sides, and ttny or- Ranza ruffles accenting the back. Her shoulder length veil of illusion fell from a Crown of pearls and sequins and the carried a while Bible, lo which was attached a bouquet of stephannlis centered by a while orchid. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings, a gift of the groom. Attendants Named Miss Sara Powell. Potts Camp, u n s maid of honor nnd flower and centered by an arrangement of pink Mowers. Crystal 'c|mdela- bra holding pink candles, \\isre On' each side of the center_o:ece and the tiered wedding cak.t wjas at one end of the table. Mrs. lUarokl. Sides and Miss Margaret , Ann Personally Speakitng First Methodist Church WSCS To Meet Monday The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Monday morning at 10 at (he church for the monthly business session and program. Mrs. Rcbcrt May ds the leader. , girl was Cheryl Powell wore a Ann Sides, Miss pink silk waltz [cnglh organza frock styled with a bateau neckline, shirred bodice .ind bouffant skirt. On her hair she wore a crown of pink flowers with a short veil and carriet a shower bouquet of pink roses The flower girl's dress was also of pink silk organ?a over taffeta Slio carried a small white basket ·.vilh pink rose petals. Circle To Meet Tho Night Circle el the CS of T r i n i t y Meih^Jisl will n'Cct Mor.day evening The Rev. James Buskirk, Cold-;at the church with M r s . r.;er. was the he.M man. Vern- Faulkner as hostess, n Kimbrough Jr.. Winterville WSCS of Cleveland District To Meet The Woman's Shciety of'Chris- tian Service of the Cleveland Dis- tricl will rr.ee! in Lciand at 2 p. m for an Officers' ing Day. All local church. olli- cers and chairmen are u r g t i t to be present. Trinity Jleihodfet Night WS aril James Waller Rone. Coving- Ion, Wesley an Sen-ice Guild - ftlcre Nelms Blum Shoe Salon's LADIES SHOE SALE Wonderful Values On Dress Shoes And Casuals From Our Regular Stock Values to S10.95 to $16.95 to $20.95 to $25.95 ANDREW GEIiLER . . . MADEMOISELLE . . . JOHANSEN . . , DEGAS SABRINA .. . WEDGELINGS ..: FIANCEES . .. PARADISE KITTENS .. JOYCE . . . RISQUE. .. DE ANGELO... CALIF. COBBLERS . . . OLDMAIWE TROTTERS... AMALFI Matching Bags 1/4 to 1/2 Off Tcnn.. were ushers. ThejTo Mre! Mcmhy al S p.' ii^l'cs wore lit by James Aruler- The Wesley.TM Service Ga'Id o nn Thtinmson. the bride's hr:th-jT]- nl.v rictir:!:*: fh-.-c'i v.:ll me:- M ,'. and l!ah!i P,«" Jr., Ethel. Ifci-diy cxc-i'-i: n S !: !··: :I-.T.-. jj Rcv-en!ion lle!d '.a'. '·'.-. J. M. .Icnn-.U, -1j3 Lt'.M '·! ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES Washable Casuals tJ. S. Kedettes and Oomphies $ 3 30 Values to 5.95 l-ol!ov.,ng the ceremony, th^ckms. ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED ALL SALES FINAL

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