The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 12
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 12

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
Page 12
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12 Sunday, May 30. '65 Octia Dcnincrnl-Tmies June Rites Are Planned By Couple Mr. ar.d Mrs. .1. I). Campbell; Delphi Toastmistress C!ub !r. o! Greenville, a n n n u n c c liic^)TM 1 Cicor 8 c engagement of Ihcir daughter, · s " TM Urcnda Diarme, to James ; r " Sl n u l-ranklii) Shoffncr. son ol Mr. P|C|KC uf ;'.nd Mrs. A. J. Shoffncr, also of Greenville. A June wedding is planned. 'lhe bride-elect is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kubanks Lunch Scene For Senior SHAW -- Miss Laurie Simp- · son, Shaw High School senior,! prc- -Powell, whoso speech was en- was nonorK ] m Monday with a · i: "" 1 "TM '"'· w ""' { - nr ]l unchcon at the home of Mrs. W. 'IT.e regular meeting of was Mrs. Howard phi Toaslmislrcss Club was hclii cr. The theme of lhe program' Tuesday at the American Red |Wns "Vacations." Mrs. High- Building. '""! president,; tower introduced Mrs. Gene Miss Middleton Feted At Magnolias Luncheon A luncheon Tuesday at the ^decorations. Centerpiece for lhe Magnolias, honored Miss Mary uncteon table was an ar of Rober[ ance to the flags'/hose speech was entilled "Get and gave the inspiration. The iSet -- Go!" Mrs, Phillip Bu- iiK'iiibcriliip chairman, Mrs. [chanon was timer; Mrs. Hunter Howard Higtitawcr. inducted a Moorhcad was grammarian; new member, Mrs. John Barlon and Mrs, Frank Janous was Topicmislress was Mrs. Cy- Cnmpbell Mrs. 1. J. Harris, i r u ; Scvcral members pariicipatcd impromptu a l l of Greenwood. | Mr. Shnffner is the grar.d.srn' ; l x:cc ' icji ' rif Mr. awl Mrs. Kmest Bar- - Toastmislrcss for the even- hr.y of GrecnvillL'. am! Mrs. .1. R.. Q U n w Q | n H c s n l Q Shoffncr and the late Mr. Short- D l l U W O l U U e i l l b ner of McKcnzie, Tenn. He is a graduate of St. Joseph High School and attended Mississippi Delta Jimmr College, lie is now working as a metallurgical laboratory technician at Atkins-Saw Co. I Twenty-three seniors Piano Pupils Are Presented In Recital HOLLANDALE - Mrs. Mar 'ens Trerulway presented her piano pupils in a recital on · Tuesday evening in the C. L. jCrawlcy Auditorium. The program included the lol jlowing numbers: "The Hclicop-j a n d , en nM5 nlatle , he | rip .ler" by Schaum. played by Boa- lr .,y chartered bus and privalc hy West; "Riding on a Pony" c a r s Accompanying the group Travel By Bus To Lakeland Shaw -- The members of lhe wo classes who will graduate n June 1 al the Shaw school enjoyed trips Io Lakeland at Memphis on Saturday. general cvaluator. Guests were: Mrs. Rena Owen, Mrs. J.ake Cotcman, Miss Cecilia Miller, and Miss Malinda McMahan. Refreshments were served by the hoslesses Mrs. Moorhcad and Mrs. Highlowcr. Dinner Party Honors Couple SHAW - The home of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Thomas in Cleveland was the selling en Saturday night for a rehearsa 1. Thomas in Cleveland. Co- losless was Mrs. Jimmy Simpon of Shaw. The honoree was wearing a blue linen sheath Iress, and a gift corsage of gta- mellias. Guests were seated at small dinner honoring their niece a n d JMiss Mary Sue Simpson and their sponsor, Mrs. Tommy Ma-JLl. (j.g.) James Patrick Mor- lone made the t r i p in cars. A f t - gan of Norfolk. Va. Hosts were er a day of fun at the amusement park, and a picnic lunch, ihcy attended a movie before returning home. Mrs. Runnels also accompanied the group. Forty six members of the eigh'.h grade graduating class :by Sclraum, Pal Kelly Brooks; | "Fur FJise" hy .Bonnie Potter; Rcclhoven, "Arabesque" Miss Brenda Diannc Campbell Nuptial - - (Continued From Page I I ) Lexington, Mass., Miss Dinetia M c C o r m i c k o f Gcrmantown, Tenn., Miss Virginia Taylor of Como, and Miss Ann Archer, Greenville. Burgess Ledbctler, brother serve as | by Louise Wrighl. Lurline Collier: "Wallz of (he Flowers," by Tschaikowsky, Shiela Mc- [Daniel: "March of lhe Domi- Party Series Given For Leland High Graduates Posl-gradualion festivities forlhomc in Stonevillc. the Lelantl High School seniors, began following the commence-! In charge of planning and the groom, wil, serve as bcs,!"'TM' TM "i«h - ^^^l^^^ man. Ushers will be Harold Cros-| scllx)1 (bnce sponsored by lhe by, Todd Robinson, the groom'sjP' 1 TM 113 of l h c seniors, cousin. Brent Butcher of Mem- The event was held in lhe phis. William Rothacnncl of Clcvc- Catholic Youlh Center the en- land Heights, Ohio, Robert Dillard Irnnce of which held a large . A. F. Copcland, Mrs. David Flanagan. Mrs. Clyde G r i f f i n . Mrs. Robert McGahcy, Mrs. Sid McKnighl. Mrs. I). Pnlro. of-Memphis, and Deno Currio of spotlighted coat of arms of the Lexington, Ky. and Lea Hale of Monroe, La. Nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. James Dunn, organist, and Mrs. Anse Dees, soloist. Immediately after the wedding, * reception will be given at the Greenville Country Club. class. The Phantoms of Greenville provided music for dancing from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. A swimming party and breakfast for seniors ami (heir dates followed at the Jimmy Walker Mrs. James Walker, Mrs. J. W. Weilenman and Mrs. Fred Weson. DON'T JUST WISH for a carl Select it today in the Delia Democrat Times Want Ads. Lois of bargains! Lynk; "Gypsy Rondo" by Haydn. Mary Allene Burnell; "Son- weic Mrs. Gee Ferretli, Mrs. M. L. Turpin Jr., Mrs. Amando Rcg- inelli. Mrs. Joe Rosseili, Mrs. f ; rank Rossctti, Mrs. Calvin Bernard!, Mrs. Gay Sandroni, Mrs. N. H. Crain, Mrs. Dealer Bailey and Mrs. Bruno San- droni. by Marie Scuel-Holsl, Dale Cntlcdgc; "Coronation Polonaise" by Knsschaii, Holly Daunders; "The Butterfly" by Merkcl, R u t h l e Brooks; "Spinning Song" by Ellmenreich, Robert Lee Ainsworlh; "Donniebrook Fair" by John Prinrlle Scott, Debra Clark; "To a Wild Rose" by MacDowcll and "Watchman Song" by Grieg, Lnney Friddle, "Sonatina, Op. 2GO No. 1 Moderate, Andante So-stcnuto" by Luchner, Ann Catledge; "Ara- gonaisc" by Massanet, Brenda Matthews; "Menuetto" by Schiiberl, Hilda Margaret Cope; "My Heart at Thine Sweet Voice," Saint- Andante, Rondo" by dementi, Saens-Thompson by J a n i c e Cathy Cain; "Minuet, Op. 14 ;iTheafre Members l;Make Reservations : -| Mrs. Robert J. Whitlield re-, i ^quests that all members of the : .£fwin City Theatre Guild, either' · accept or decline their invitaA .lions to the Twin-City ThcalreJ Matsy Award event. This will:: be given by the Twin-City. ·Thealre and board Tuesday! -.evening beginning at 7:30 for ^members and invited guests.: : i'Mrs. Whitfield's number is No. I" by Parderewski, Kay Ncff; "Polonaise Militaire" by alina, Op. 36 No. 4, Con Spiriio, Chopin, Barbara Cain. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rufus Morgan, of Raleigh, N.C. In the living room magnolia jlossoms and foliage and whit' gladioli were used. The bridal larty was seated on the sun Torch where floral arrangements were of gladioli, pom- wm chrysanthemums and white stock. Miss Simpson wore a green silk dress with straight skirt and blouson top, matching accessories and gift bouquet of white glamcllias. Thirty guests attended. R. F. Faculty Present Gift To H. G. Fenton ROLLING FORK - Henry ables on the sun porch. Floral rrangements featured day HI es in shades c/L yellow, gold and rust, in brass containers. Those present included Miss Emily Cccilova, Miss Susie Melott, Miss Glenda Herbison, all of Shaw; Miss Pat O'Mallcy, and Miss Joan Flowers of ^ulcvillc; Miss Agnes King, tfiss Fane Showers and Miss Sandra Clark all of Drew; Miss Melinda Glassco, Miss Memrie Taylor and Miss Martha Smth all of Cleveland. Junior - Senior Banquet Held At Downtowner GLEN ALLAN -- The Glen Allan Junior - Senior banquet was held Saturday night at the downtowner Motel in Greenville. The U-shaped fables held ivhite tapers entwined with red rose buds. Red gladioli were used on the speakers table. Center of in terest was a wishing well from tvhich punch was served as thi guests arrived. The theme of the banquet was "Moon Light and Roses." Place cards and nut cups were blue and silver. The Lancers played music fo dancing during the evening. On the wall was a cresent shaped moon with silhouettes o a boy and girl sitting on a moor Margaret Middlelon, bride elect of Scoll Pearson Ledbet tcr of Memphis, Tenn. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Solomon and her daughter, Mrs. Edward Kossman Jr. of Cleveland. Miss Middlelon wore » gray and white princess style dress with white collar and white accessories. She was presented a shoulder bouquet of while carnations and a gift of silver. A green and white color rangement of stock, carnations and while chrysanthemums in a silver bowl and place cards ,vcre in · bridal theme. Included in the guest list were Mrs. B. B. Wilkes, her grandmother, Mrs. Frank England Sr., Mrs. William Kimr.iell, Mrs. Charles Tindall. Also Mrs. Anthony Forte, Mrs Robert Whitfield, Mrs. Edward Bogen, Mrs. William Kimbrcll Jr. and Miss Barbara Ann Log- scheme was carried out in the'an. Weathers High School ar.«i Elementary School honored retiring District School Superintendent, H. G. Fenton, Monday with gift presentations in the superintendent's office. High School Principal 0. E. Jordon made the presentation of three matching pieces of luggage on behalf of Henry Weath crs High School. Henry Wealhers Elementary School presented Mr. Fenton with a gift of a Poloroid Camera on Monday in his office. The presentation was made by the principal Miss Marie L. Sidney on behalf of the faculty and staff. flanked with stars. Approximately one hundred students and faculty members attended. Car 4A OFFICE SUPPLY CO. itt NewIAUTO-LASHIQUE sweeps new beauty on your lashes, You won'l leliei'e your eyes! Simply sweep the wanrl on your lashes.'Watch how lliey loofc longer and lovelier. New Aulo-Lashiquc is easy to apply, Jong-lasting and wakr-rcsistant (a particular benefit during »sd movies). Autc-Lashique in Black, Blue, or Dark Brown. {2.00. Refills, S 1.50.

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