The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 40
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 40

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, May 30, 1965
Page 40
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12 Sunday, May 30. 'G5 Delia Democrat-Time* jmim ·JTi'-VSVS-V f j : -'!-jyf;-:;$.'- ..t'.{ Nuptial - - Conliniied From Page 11) Lexington, Mass., Miss Dinetia Miss Brcnda Dianne Campbell Are Planned De!f)hi Toastmistress Club regular meeting of Del- ing was Mrs. Miss Middleton Feted At Magnolias Luncheon A luncheon Tuesday at the decorations. Centerpiece for the j Mjgnoiias, honored Miss Mary luncheon table was an ar- Greenville. A J u n e wedding is l"TMTM* h ^ gh[1Jwer , inducll!(1 a'Moorhead was grammarian; ""'rh Vi · ' ' ' 1 ' n c w member. Mrs. John Barton and M r s . Frank Janous was ^ughlerTMr : ar.d Mrf L D.' Topicmi^ress was Mrs. Cylgeneral Cimpbc-ll ami M r s . I. J. Harris,! r u s '"£K S - ic M of Greenwood. jparncipaied i Mr. ShotEner is ihc grandson ^ ·.f Mr. and Mr.s. F,rnest Bar- I bay of Greenville, ami Mrs. .1. R.' Skoffner and the late Mr. Shoff-, nor of McKenzic, Tenn. I He is a graduate of Sc. Josephi High School and attended Mis- -isbippi Delta Junior College. Bearing dress, and a gift corsage of mellias. impromptu Toastmislress for Ihe even- He is now working as a m e t a l l u r - gical laboratory technician at A'kins-Saw Co. To By Bus Lakeland :en, Mrs. Lake Coleman, Miss |Cccilia Miller j d a McMahan! ! Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mrs. Moorhead .and Mrs. Hightower. l Guests were seated at small itables on the sun porch. Floral " IJ .' C '"°"' »'«"r arrangements featured day lil- nd Miss Malm- .^ .* shades rf ^^ ^ and rust, in brass containers. Those present included Miss F.mily Cocilova, Miss Susie Met ott, Miss Glenda Kerbison, all of Shaw; Miss Pat O'Malley, and Miss Joan Flowers of TJ r~\ \ |Rulevi[le; Miss Agnes King, ilOnOrS UOUple:Miss Fane Showers and Miss SHAW - The home of Mr. Sandra c l a r k a11 of DrEW ' Miss da Glassco, Miss Mcmrie ^ wmiam M ^^^ r ' I PUpllS Taylor and Miss Martha Smtl of Cleveland. In Recital Tenn., Miss Virginia Taylor off Como, and Miss Ann Archer,! Greenville. Party Series Given For Leland High Post-graduation festivities forjhome in Sioncvillc. 'the Letund Hith School seniors' , , , . brother of ""Ban following the commence-: '" ="»/«' "' P 1 """"* and br0 ' h " °' mem exercises with an all high P«P«TM««« '« '^ "'ening HOLLANDALE - Mrs. M a r - cus Treadway presented her piano pupils in a recital on Tuesday evening in the C. L. .Crawlcy Auditorium. The program included ihe following numbers: "The Helicopter" by Schatim. played by Bob- ·by West: "Riding on a Pony" by Schaum. Pal Kelly Brooks; "Fur Hlise" by Beethoven, Bonnie Potter; "Arabesque" hy Louise Wright. Lurline Colli- j c r ; "Waltz of the Flowers." ·by Tschaikowsky, Shiela Mc- ;Daniel: "March of the Dominos" by Marie Scuel-Holst, "Coronation Polonaise" by Kasschau. Holly Daurders: "The Bullerfly" by Merkel, Song' 1 by Ellmenreich, Robert Lee Ainsworth; "Donniebrook Fair" by John Prinrlle Scott. I Shaw -- The members of the j t w o classes W/KJ will graduate on June 1 al ihe Shaw school c , ove|and was (hc sclti on jen.oyed trips lo Lakeland at | Sa , urdav n j h , (or a rehears . (Memphis on Saturday. .^^ ' h m o r i n g [!x , ir niece i Twenty-three seniors a n d Miss Mary Sue Simpson and I their sponsor. Mrs. Ma-'Li. (j.g.) James Patrick Mor- j 3anCfUet Held - * f « ntn (if Mnrfnll- V^ ITrt^tc \L-(»r«* - At Downtowner GLEN ALLAN -- The Glen JUniOi - lone made Ihc t r i p in cars. Aft-.gan of Norfolk, Va. Hosts were er a day of fun at the amuse- '.Mr- and Mrs. Reuben Rufus mcnt park, and a picnic lunch, ! Morgan, of Raleigh, N.C. hev aitended a movie before In the living room magnolia the groom, will serve as man. Ushers will be Harold Cros-l" 1100 ' dancc sponsored by the by. Todd Robinson, the groom's parents of the seniors, cousin, Brent Butcher of Mem- The event was held in the phis. William Roihaermel of Cleve-.Calholic Youth Ccnlcr Ihe en- land Heights, Ohio, Robert Dillard.lrance of which held a lar(;e of-Memphis, and Deno Currio of spotlighted coat of arms of the Lexington, Ky. and Lea Hale of senior class. were Mr.s. James Brown. Mrs. A. F. Copeland. Mrs. David Flanagan, Mrs. Clyde G r i f f i n , Mrs. Ruben McGahey, Mrs. Sid McKnight. M r s . B. Pelro, Mrs. James Walker, Mrs. J. W. 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. The Phantoms of Greenville provided music for dancing from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. A swimming party and breakfast for seniors and their dates followed at the Jimmy Walker Weilenman on. and Mrs. Fred Wes- DON'T JUST WISH for a carl Select it today in the Delta Democrat Times Want Ads. Lots of bargains] returning home. Mrs. Runnels also accompanied the group. Forty six members of the eighth grade graduating class and ten adults made Ihe trip by chartered bus and private cars. Accompanying the group blossoms and foliage and white gladioli were used. The bridal ;parly was sealed on the sun porch where floral arrangements were of gladioli, pompom chrysanthemums and white stock. Simpson wore a green were Mrs. Gee^Fcrretti. jMr5^M. ; 5 i ] k j rcss wilh straight skirt L. Turpin Jr.. Mrs. Arnando Reginelli, Mrs. Joe Rosseni, Mrs. Frank Rossetti, Mrs. Calvin Bernardi. Mrs. Gay Sandroni, Mrs. N. il. Crain, Mrs. Dexter Bailey and Mrs. Bruno San- droni. · iTheatre MemberJ ; ,Make Reservations -5 Mrs. Robert J. Whilficld re- '·- quests that all members of the Twin City Theatre Guild, either' accep: or decline their invila- Debra Clark; "To a Wild Rose"! lions to Ihe Twin-City Theatre' by MacDowell and "Watchman Song" by Grieg, Laney Friddle, "Sonatina, Op. 2GG No. 1 Moderato. Andante Sustenuto" by j Luchncr, Ann Catledge; "Ara- gonaise" by Massanet, Brenda Matthews; I "Menuello" by Schubert, Hilda Margaret Cope; "My Heart at Thine Sweet Voice," Saint- Saens-Thompson by J a n i c e Lynk; "Gypsy Rondo" by Haydn, Mary Allene Burnett; "Sonatina, Op. 3G No. 4, Con Spirito, and blouson top, matching accessories and gift bouquet of white glamellias. Thirty guests attended. R. F. Faculty Present Gift To H. G. Fenton ROLLING FORK - Henry Weathers High School anX Elementary School honored retiring District School Superintendent, H. G. Kenton. Monday with gif 1 presentations in the superin- Matsy Award event. This will itendent's office. ·be given by the Twin-City.· Theatre and board Tuesday 1 ; - e v e n i n g beginning at 7:30 for .^members and invited guests. j.'Mrs. Whitfield's number is High School Principal 0. E. Jordon made the presentation of three matching pieces of luggage on behalf of Henry Weathers High School. Henry Weathers Elementary School presented Mr. Fenton with a gift of a Poloroid Camera Andante. Rondo" by Clement!,'on Monday in his office. The Cathy Cain; "Minuet, Op. H.jpresentalion was made by the No. by Parderewski, Kay Neff; "Polonaise Miliiaire" by Chopin, Barbara Cain. principal Miss Marie L. Sidney on behalf of the faculty and staff. Allan Junior-Senior banquet was held Saturday night at th downtowner Motel in Greenville. The U-shaped tables heH white tapers entwined with r« ·ose buds. Red gladioli were used on the speakers table. Center of ir terest was a wishing well froi svhich punch was served as th guesls arrived. The theme of the banquet was "Moon Light and Roses." Place cards and nut cups were blue and silver The Lancers played music fi dancing during the evening. On the wall was a cresent shaped moon with silhouettes · a boy and girl sitting en a moon flanked with stars. Approximately one hundred students and faculty members aitended. Car fa OFFICE SUPPLY CO. argaret Middleton, bride ect of Scott Pearson Ledbet- r ol Memphis, Tenn. Hosles- .s were Mrs. Earl Solomon id her daughter, Mrs. Edward Msman Jr. of Cleveland. Miss Middleton wore a gray rangemenl of stock, carnations and while chrysanlhetnums in a silver bowl and place cards were in a bridal theme. Included in Ihe guest lisl were Mrs. B. B. Wilkcs, her grandmother. Mrs. Frank England d white princess style dress Sr., Mrs. William Kimbrell, th white collar and white ac-Mrs. Charles Tmdall. essorles. She was presented a oulder bouquet ot while car- tiona and a gift of silver. A green and white color Also Mrs. Anthony Forte, Mrs Robert Whitfield, Mrs. Edward Bogen, Mrs. William Kimbrell Jr. and Miss Barbara Ann Log- heme was carried out in thelan. NcwSAUTO-LASHIQUE sweeps new beauly on your lashes. You won't believe your eyes! Simply sweep the wand on your Ufhcj. Watch liow tliey loot longer and lovelier. 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