The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 31, 1965 · Page 3
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Delia TVmocrnl-Times Monday, May 31, '65 3 $ON;JHEJABLI-AND. Shaw Seniors Arc Entertained SHAW --· Three members of senior class were honored Von Wednesday night by tlieir molhors wilh a hamburger sup- iper. Honored guests were Miss Gloria Rossclti, Carft and Miss Miss Sherry CJIenda Herbi- Mr. and Mrs. Hal R. Sessions H. R. Sessions To Celebrate Their Golden Anniversary LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - Mr. and Mrs. Hal R. Sessions will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary with an open house Tuesday at the Lakeside Mrs. Wilhurn James Owens son. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank. Mrs. David Irwin and Mrs. Clinton Hcrbiscn. Following supper the 23 guests I played games and danced. Owens - Boswell Vows Pledged In Thomson Garden Ceremony THOMSON, Ga. -- Miss Mar- Greenville, was a bridesmaid, ilyn Constance Boswell and \Vil- burn James Owens, exchanged wedding vows at 2 p.m. Sunday in a garden ceremony at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Cooper Boswell. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Owens of Greenville. MISS Boswell wore a sheath tress of Nile green silk organza designed with scoop neckline and fitted bodice. The full short ovcrshirt was accented with Dr. J. Estill Jones performed the double ring ceremony before an improvised altar, formed by a wedding arch, flanked by arrangements of spring flowers and palms. T]te garden was decorated with fresh flowers and in the center of the pool, floated an umbrella arrangement of spring flowers. Nuptial music was presented by Miss Ramona Harrison, organist, and Mrs. J. Estill Jones, who ' sang Goest" and Prayer." "Whither Thou "The Wedding GIVEN in marriage by her fa ther, the bride wore a wedding gown of silk organza over taffeta designed with a chapel train, Her train length veil of illusion was held in place by a Juliet cap of Alencon lace sprinkled with pearls, and she carried a lace covered Bible with a spray of Queen Elizabeth orchids and lilies of the valley. The -bride's sister, Miss Eliz aheth Boswell. served as maid of honor, and the groom's sister, Miss Elizabeth Owens of matching lace Irim, and she carried a basket bouquet of white iummer daisies. Miss Owens' dress was in petal pink, and she also carried a bouquet of daisies. The father of the groom was jest man, and serving as ushers wore Michael Owens of Greenville, and Cooper Cliatt, the jride's cousin from Marline?, Ga * * » FOLLOWING the ceremony ( reception was held. Pale yellow roses were used in decorations in the reception rooms. The bride's table held the tier cd wedding cake decorated \vitl pale yellow rosebuds, flanked by stiver epergncs holding arrangements of yellow roses. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Boswell wore a Also assisting were Mrs. Rus- ?ll Clary, Mrs. Farl Washburn, ilrs. Jack Johnson, Mrs. Clinon Ashley, Mrs. Floyd Mont- iomery and Mrs. Jesse Cliatt. After a wedding trip the couple will live in Columbus, Miss, 7 or travel the bride wore a navy jlue suit and matching accesso- sheath dress of blue chiffon fashione( with a Chantilly lace jacket. Mrs. Owens' dress was in min green lace designed with drapet neckline. Both wore orchid shoulder bouquets. MRS. Edward B. Wall greeted the guests. Miss Clare ert Creech, Serving punch were Penland, Mrs. Rob and Mrs. John liar roll. The cake was cut by Miss Shirley Hogan, and Mrs. Joseph Reeves kept the bride's book. Bridge Club Names Winners Winners in Delta Duplicate Bridge Club's regular game played in the club's rooms in the Arcade Building Tuesday evening were: son and dianola Mrs. first, Mrs. J. W. Wi Billy Ray of In Mrs. Mary Tur nipseed of Avon, and Mrs. J. M Heathman of Indianola, second Dr. Gordon Hanscn and Harrj Dickman, third. Mrs. Charles Lundy's nam was drawn as the club's June guest - of - the - month. Other players were: Mrs. Jack Swift, John Griffin, Scott Thomas Golding, J. W. Wilson Vic Caracci, Jncksnn, Mrs. Bernard Schwartz, Mrs. Wynn Haik. Mrs. Thomas Golding, Miss Elizabeth Sandifer and Dr. Ber nard .Schwartz were guests at the game. "Super-Right" Heavy Corn F«d STEAKS Round Sirloin LB, 89 Government Inspected HENS 3| to 4-lb. Stewing LB. Avg. 19 Mild American Cheddar Ann Page Macaroni Methodist Church from 4 - 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sessions were larricd June 1. 1915, at the nme of her parents, Mr. and Irs. Nelson Waldo Bunker, in ake Village. The Rev. A. M. haw, then pastor of (he Lakeside lethodist Church, officiated. Irs. Naomi Freeman of Pine 31uff served as maid of honor nd the lale H. T. TCucks of .ake Village was best m a n . Vcdding music was played by tlrs. Lyda Bunker Hunt, sisler if the brkle. Mr. Sessions, presently engag- d in the real estate business in Chicot County, was born at Fri- rs Point, Miss., and moved to Lake Village in 1013. Mrs. Sessions, the former Mattie Virginia Bunker, is a ife long resident of Lake Vil- Senior Citizens Meet At Center The Senior Citizens Club met Thursday at the Greenvil Community Center. Each person answered the roll call wit verse of scripture. "The Lord's Prayer" was repeated in nisoo. Mrs. C. D. McC.iddon suggested (hat (he club be divided into two groups and a membership drive be started. The losing side will entertain the side get- ing the most new members. A get-well card was sent to Mrs. J. W. James, a member who has been in the hospital. Major J. W. Mock led (he group singing. Refreshments were served. After (he singing of, "Bless be the Tie that Binds." the meeting was adjourned. The next meeting will [be held at the Community Center on June 24 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sessions have hree sons, Lt. Cmdr. Hal R. Sessions Jr., Chaplain, U. S. Na- i'y, Floyd B. Sessions of lions[on, Tex., and William N. Sessions of Shreveport, La. The sons and daughters-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Sessions extend an invitation to all their friends to join them in (he celebration. CHEESE TME DINNER 3 -" 49° .. 4.O C AP · ^IBAJrJll B *···*·« 111 If 13 4/5-OZ. *)^\ C CH0COLATEDRINK 13 4/5-oz. Box AP 8 -° z - QQ c Wedges PUg. 00 Gaines Cary's Corner The Goodman Memorial Congregational Choir and the Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Joyner entertained the C a r y VIethodist seniors of Rolling Fork High School Wednesday afternoon at the Ixxne of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Stafford. Mrs. Maxine Watson enter- ained with accordian numbers during the party. Mrs. Julian Moore, accompanied by Mrs. W. W. Moore, was in Columbus to bring her granddaughter, Susan Raney, home from MSCW. McI-O-I?it American CHEESE SLICES A P Mo7.7.arella CHEESE C-Or. O A C Pkg. OU AP Natural GAINESBURGER Lou-Ana OIL 1 18-oz. Pkg. 48-oz. . Bottle G-OZ. qq c rkg. 00 Jane Parker 25-oz. Double Cut POUND CAKE Enterprise Teflon FRY PAN S ? 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Thomas Chapter Hosts District Meet Mrs. Leon Williams of Hat: ieshnrg. worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star, and Raymond E. Berry of Vicks- Hirg, worthy grand patron, made their official visit recently o the 17th district to conduct an instruction school. The F,. N. Thomas Chapter No. 62, was lost for the session held in the Masonic Temple. Worth matron of the local chapter is Mrs. J. L. Wiltshire, and worthy patron is George Helms. The school was called to order by Mrs. J. H. Chrcstman, district deputy grand matron of District 17. Mrs. Hillis Guycr welcomed the school, with the response given by Mrs. 0. D, Jackson of New Albany. The work was demonstrated by Greenville, Moorhcad, Rolling Fork, Hollandale, Leland, Indianola and lielzoni chapters. Following the school, dinner was served in the dining room by the Greenville Rainbow 49 Ann Page BLACK PEPPER 8 £ z x59fi Mr. and Mrs. Ike Gmndfest and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Klaus had as (heir guest this week their grand niece, Miss Sally Bimkrant from Detroit, Mich. She also visited in Rolling Fork in the Jack Grundfcst liome. The Rev. John Alexander, Kead of the State Stewardship Department, was guest speaker at the Baptist Brotherhood Associational meeting held at Cary Baptist Church Tuesday night. A fish supper was served under the direction of J. B. Taylor and Jimmy Clark. They were assisted by H. A. Cain, Elton Branch and Phillip Thomas. Jane Parker Sandwich BREAD The H. E. Martin home was the scene of a birthday parly Tuesday wlien Mrs. M a r t i n hon- irls. The official visit was beldjorcd Beth Ann in celebration of tcr dinner with messages by her sixth birthday. The cake was a Maypole with Irs. Williams and Mr. Berry. 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