The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 11
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 11

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
Page 11
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Mb* Bjenwrjcrafr Sinus Mrs. Charles 'O. Dean Named Vice President Of NCSGC Mrs. Charles O. Dean of Leland was elected first vice president of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. Wednesday at its National Convention in Portland, Ore. Long active in garden club activities, Mrs. Dean has held many local, state and national offices and chairmanships. She served as president of the Leland Garden Club and of the Garden Clubs of Mississippi, Inc. and on its advisory board. She was chairman of the state parks committee and chairman of the National Convention in Mississippi in 1952, and has been on the National Council Board of Directors. She served four years as publicity chairman for the National Council of South Carolina, program chairman for North Carolina, »s well as being on the executive committee of North Carolina and serving as its corre- tponding secretary and third vice president. As a columnist for the Delta Democrat- Times Mrs. Dean has for several years entertained and informed garden lovers with her weekly feature, 'TJie Flower Pol." She has also written for the Leland Progress and compiled "Book of Garden Prayers" with Mrs. B. B. Wilkes. Mrs. Dean has two children, C. O. Dean Jr. and Mrs. Noel Cumbaa, both of Leland, and seven grandchildren. Another area club member, Mrs. Burwell B. Wilkes, of Greenville was named to the National Board of Directors at the convention. She will serve as scholarship chairman. Mrs. Wilkes is immediate past president of the Garden Clubs of Mississippi and is chairman of the advisory board of the Garden Clubs of Mississippi and treasurer of th« Deep South Region. Mrs. Charles O. Dean ·· - . . · , · Miss Martha Ann Richardson Miss Richardson To Wed C. C. Cannon An early August wedding is being planned by Miss Martha Ann Richardson and Cloyd C; Cannon III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd C. Cannon Jr. of Greenville. The.ahnouricement is made by the parents of the bride-elect, Mr and Mrs. Nathan J. Richardson of Corinth. Miss Richardson'is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson and Mrs. David W. Walker and the late Mr. Walker, all of The bride-elect is a graduate of Corinth High School and won both the American Legion Citizenship Award and the Danforth Foundation Award She is attending Mississippi State College and will receive her degree today. Miss Richardson is a member of the Highlander social club, among her. honors she was named Miss Future Business Executive of Mr.'Cannon is the grandson of Mrs. M. W. Collins of Adel, Iowa and (Continued On Page 15) .'·· . - ' , : Miss-Sandra-Elizabeth Jones Mlss-Jones-;Engaged To Edward L. Stroyny Mr. «nd'Mrs,B.' C. Jones.Jr. announce the engagement and approach- Ing .marriage- of their daughter, Sandra Elizabeth, to Edward Lawrence Stroyny, son-of -Mr., and-Mrs. 1 Charles Stroyny of Mosinee, Wis. Miss-Jones is. a-granddaughter, of'Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Jones and Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Crane-of-.Greenville. She is a graduate of Greenville High School/and'employed by, Southern Bell Telephone Co. ' Mr. Stroyny. isla grandspn-,of v Mr. and Mrs. John Bielen and the late ·Mr'arid'Mr's.'AlbertStroyny'of 'Mosinee. He is a graduate of Mosinee High .School-arid-.emplby.ed x hyKM-E!ectric Co. in Schofield, Wis. Mr. Stroyny served four.years in''U;S.'Air Force-and was stationed at Greenville Air Force Base. . . ·An^tarly.-August-w«d.ding 11 .planned. Miss Paine Sets Date Tells Wedding Plans Wedding plans and the names of her bridal party are announced today by Miss Rebecca R e y n o l d s Paine, bride-elect of Wesley Monroe Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Monroe Brown of Denver, Colo. Parents of the bride-elect are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Weldon Paine Jr. o£ Greenville. The ceremony will rje solemnized at 5 p.m. June 5 at Saint James Episcopal Church. Performing the double ring ceremony will be the Rev. Patrick H. Sanders Jr. Nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Robert Calder, organist, and Miss Beth Boswell of Cleveland will be soloist. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, has chosen as her only attendant Mrs. Robert Miller Jenkins Jr. of Greenville. (Continued On Page 15) Nuptial Plans Told By Miss Middleton Miss M a r y Margaret Middleton, bride-elect of Scott Pearson Ledbetter of Memphis, Tenn., today announces her wedding plans and the names of her bridal party. Miss Middleton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Baylor Wilkes of Greenville. Mr. Ledbetter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L e d b e t t e r o f Memphis. The single ring ceremony will be performed at 7:30 p.m. June 12 in the First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. T. Robert Fulton officiating. Mr. Wilkes will give the bride in marriage. She has chosen Miss Lanier Sykes for her maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be her cousins, Miss Dexter England of Greenville, and Miss Rebecca Thompson of (Continued On Page 12) MAY 30, 1965 Mrs. Charles Edward Wall Wall-Bush Rites Solemnized In Pascagoula The First Methodist Church in Pascagoula, was the scene yesterday at three o'clock, of the wedding of Miss Mary Plummer Bush of Pascagoula, and Charles Edward Wall of Greenville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marion Bush of Pascagoula. Mr. Wall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Wall of Winona. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was the Rev. Robert L. Kates. Miss Margaret Crofton of Yazoo City was the organist. Soloist was Frank Steidle, who sang "Song of Ruin," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Altar decorations featured a'background of candelabra and a sunburst arrangement of stock, chrysanthemums and baby's breath, centered by a magnolia. Above the altar was an elongated arrangement of flowers and magnolia blossoms, and at each end of the altar rail were arrangements of the chosen flowers. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a floor length wedding gown of peau de soie and Alencon lace. The gown was fashioned with a basque bodice and bateau neckline outlined with lace re-embroidered pearl hearts, sequins and seed pearls. The stem shaped sheath skirt featured a cathedral train edged with motifs of Alen- con lace, accented with seed pearls. (Continued On Page U)

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