The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 1, 1965 · Page 3
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Greenville, Mississippi
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Tuesday, June 1, 1965
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Anderson - Bridges Vows Exchanged In Ceremony At St. James Church St. James Episcopal Church VOWS was the scene Saturday evening fore the of the wedding of Miss Malvina' Ann Bridges and James Buford background of branched cande- Anderson. The bride is tiie daughter of were exchanged bc- altar decorated with mixed garden flowers and a labra entwined with southern smilax. Mrs. Robert Henri Shoemaker; Acolytes were Fred Barnes, of New Orleans, La. and the|son of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. late John Calhoun Bridges of Barnes and Scott Burdine, son Wintervitle. Jrfr. Anderson is of Mrs. James H. Burdine. Ihe son of Mrs. Laurence Des- John Calhoun Bridges Jr. saix Anderson and the late Mr. Anderson of Sumner. The Rev. Patrick H. Sanders and Dr. William Aldridge of Baltimore, Md., performed the single-ring ceremony. pressed pleats. igroom's sister, Miss Judy Wil- She wore a fingertip mantilla j son of Bucks County. Pa. Miss of silk illusion with an embroid- Mcriam Virginia Ealherly of ered band of Brussel's lace ap-|Winterville, and Miss Judith plique, and she carried a cai code bouquet of while Pha- laenopsis orchids. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls. ·-1 M i n i u r :· IT homo MRS. Fred Calvin Bordelon, . the former Miss Maria Milliard | and llny of Winterville, gave his sister Powers of I.amont ami Jackson, in marriage. She wore a bridal was ' matron of honor. Brides- pson of Memphis, were junior bridesmaids. They wore lime green flcor- lenglh linen Empress gowns fashioned with scoop necklines sleeves. Their flowers of white and leather "' cre casc:lllc gown of antique ivory silk sal-,maids were Mrs. Julius Ridge- in, fashioned with a carriage jway of Lexington, Miss Ruth skirt and chapel train. The dressEatlierly of Memphis, Miss was accented by a front panel ofjFlorrie Anderson, (he brkie- |*"sy pom . Cal terr - poms **A Lovelier You** By Mary Sue Miller DcKn Democrat-Times Tuesday, June 1, '65 3 PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT j Flower girl was Virginia Bell! I Whin. daughter of Dr. and Mrs.; JEuslare II. Winn Jr. of Green-' Iville. S]ie wore a Swiss organdy ifrock fashioned with bodice ofl |lacc insertions and full skirl. ! |S!ic carried a basket of flower · pc'nis. ; King bearer was David Bobo j M u l l i n s of I.yon. He wore a i white linen suit. SERVING as best man was the groom's brother, Lawrence Dcsai.x Anderson. Groomsmen Peter Smilh of Birminc- ' SHAW -- Miss Mary Sue iman, and ushers were John Dale Simpson and Lt. James Patrick'and Joe Dale of Jackson, cous- Morgan of Norfolk, Va., were !ins of the bride, married at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Mrs. Simpson wore a costume he Methodist Church, with onlyjsuit of soft green silk, wilh a members of their families matching hat. Mrs. Morgan present for the ceremony. wore a beige lace dress. Both ~. . . , . . , , . , . mothers wore corsages o f yel- The bride is the daughter of i. t j ., . . . ,, ,, . low roses. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Remington Shaw Methodist Church Seen*?, Of Morgan - Simpson Nuptial Rites! Simpson, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rufus Morgan of Raleigh, N.C. Performing 'he double ring ceremony was the Rev. Dr. C. n»iT-niiT-i-iv / 11 · IMMEDIATELY ollowmg ceremony a family dinner The cake table was placed in' front of the fireplace which was banked with magnolia folliage and blossoms. The mantel mirror was flanked with yellow, while and green flowers in hurricane,^, globes. The circular table waS' covered with flcor length gathered skirt, and overlaid with a ^square linen cloth encircled with ng smilax. The tiered wed. . . . . . , - , ., Iding cake was decorated to car: was held at the home o Mr. I . , ,, ... j ,, , ,, ,. ... ry out the yellow, white and.." and Mrs. Jmimv Simpson, un- . , , . , 1 'green color scheme. I: .'· cle and aunt of the hrklc. P. Parker, church pastor. An arrangement of Bells of Ireland w ' lr was placed on the altar behind buffet table was overlaid! Tea girls were Miss GradT.-'. !incn ami bee banquet Simpson and Miss Susan cloth over while satin. Centor- A musical program was pre- | senlcd by Mrs. Richard Brasc j To get a first-rate job. Ihe job-hunter must presenl a firsl- of c Girardeau Mo Soloist! were Peter Smilh of Binning- ' 'T ^ Cilra , n " at ^mews. A good appearance, along wilh ^ ,, ^ f R j ;,, ham. Ala., David Clay Bramlo.f 1m ^ """^ *"* commcrcMl V a l u e '" a blls " 1(15s or S amza - and Jackson. He snng "A. "· William Cooper I p ut y m , rsc if j n (], c employer's] " ~ ' -- ' of Kingstrcc, S. C., George Da- scat |.- rom ,| lil( vantage pointed line -- mid-heel street shoes, which of these three girls would! conservative handbag, and the opened pulpit Bible. On chh-|'"B lllc t;tl!e wn s a silver When ihe couple left for a weo% T side of the altar were black Pp^ r E ne containing yellow and ,ding Irip lo Nassau the bride wrought iron candelabra on pcd-. w "''e gladioli. jivas wearing a brown silk dress cstal bases, holding while ta- j '" 'he formal living room ihe wilh a jacket outlined in beige pers. The pulpits held arrango-jbridal party was sealed al a .silk. She wore matching acces* menls of green foliage. | lllrl 6 lab le. The clolh and floral jsorics, and a corsage of white; arrangement matched the buf- roses. A f t e r June IS they will fct table. !ue at home En Norfolk. ly of Columbia. Laurence Anderson Jr. of Washington. D. C., William Reed of Kosciusko, |Fdward Ealherly Bridges of jWinlervillc, and Robert Burk- tmi1l of New York. I The program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Robert Cnlder of Cleveland who you accept? All are qualified to ! classic fabric gloves. As for klo (he work. Bui Miss A. looks jewelry, keep it simple ami like an untidy schoolgirl. Miss! minimal. Avoid putting any- B. is togged out for a ball -- a thing on your head but a small costume affair. Miss C. is al- hat. Iractively businesslike. Of course you would award The rule for make-up and hair is natural and neat. In the played wedding music by Bach,;'he job to Miss C. It follows thai'grooming department, there To Attend Conference Seven Shaw Y-Teens, who will be attending the Mid-South conference are seated from left, Laurie Simpson, Cadelia Turpin, Henri Sue Herbison, Sue Hutchinson. Standing from left, Sandra Searcy, Cody Howarlh and Jacqueline Johnson (photo by Sara Germany) Shaw Girls To Attend Conference SHAW Leaving on June 4 for the Mid - Soulh Y-Teen conference at the Gulf Shores Baptist Assembly on the coast will be seven members of the Shaw Y-Tccns. Miss Laurie Simpson outgoing president of Area 1 of the state Y-Tcens will be on the staff ot the conference as a girl officer. Miss Cadelia Turpin, is secretary of Area 1 for next year, and Miss Cody Howarth is public affairs secretary for Area 1. Both will attend t!^ conference Car 4A OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 640 WoiMnaron Round Of Social Events Held Graduation Night Festivities for Greenville ·Jigh School graduating seniors drew to a close Thursday with an all night series of events planned and staged by a steering committee composed of parents and seniors . Immediately following the commencement ceremonies the Parent Teacher Association gave a reception for the graduates and their parents in the quadrangle of the school. A dance at the American Legion Home was held, with the Knights of I.eland playing mus- sic for dancing. Concurrently in p irepaiiration for. their duties the area for next year. Elected delegate's from the Shaw chapter lo^'altend Ihe conference are Miss Sue Hutchinson, Miss Jacqueline Johnson, Miss Sandra Searcy and Miss Henri Sue Herbison. Mrs. Jimmy'Simpson, former adult advisor of. the group and a member of the state Y-Tcen board will attend the conference as a counselor: lawaiian luau was held at I 'Handel and Purccll, For her daughter's wedding, i Mrs. Shoemaker wore a floor - j length turquoise gown of silk chiffon. Mrs. Anderson's gown !was of blue silk crepe and both wore shoulder bouquets of while orchids. IMMEDIATELY following the ceremony a reception w a .-; at St. James Parish House. Assisting in receiving were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Fillmore Powers Jr. of Lamont, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. H. H Huddleston of Lamont and Mr and Mrs. H. H. Huddleston Jr of Winterville. Arrangements of yellow and (he 1 vhile flowers were featured in a job - hunter should rate her- elf on appearance before in- can Ire no slips -- no spols or wrinkles on clothing, no scuffs erviews. t! Beat the employer to on shoes, no polish chips or wisps of hnir. Freshness is ba- Top ratings come from wear- ng clothes (hat are tailored to business, neither flashy nor Irab. A summer suit or dress- vilh-jacket is appropriate at his season. Accessories follow the lailor- Dawning," "Oh, Promise Me" and "Because." He was accom-' panied by Mrs. Dennis Ihirke o[l Ruleville. I Given in marriage by her fa- her ihe bride wore an empire, ^own nf ivory pcau lie snie u 'i'b Waltcau chapel t r a i n . The hod- ice fealured o low rounded neckline ami short cap sleeves. £Ci\| r s wore a fingerlip mantilla of Brussel's lace and carried a cascade bouquet of while but- R. F. Educator Is Fetec^ At Sunday Reception' -- A reccp-'and Mrs. Dee Bogard poured linn honoring H. G. Fenton was coffee. al Ihe Rolling Fork Com-, Mrs. Hai imunily Iluu^e Sunday after- regh ^ girls were PR1NTEI) PATTKRN For Living Dolls Community Center where sup-! per was served and games were played. The Rev. and Mrs. Hoyt White were in charge of the luau. + + + AFTERWARDS all seniors attended a special show at the Paramount Theater. At 5 a.m. breakfast was prepared and served by the Exchange Club at the St. James Parish House. This completed the post commencement activi- ?s. Steering commillee chairman was Mrs. F. H. Holiman, Mrs. James Kcllum was treasurer. Senior class officers and home room presidents were also on the steering committee, ami Mrs. James Rushin, class sponsor helped coordinale the planning. Olher comniillecs included: invitations, Mrs. John Young, Mrs. Ray Morphis and Mrs. Gilbert Campbell; chapcroncs, Mrs. Robert Harding; band ar- Mrs. The | with an | .he reception rooms, bride's table, covered organdy and lace cloth, was centered by a tiered wedding 'cake, encircled with smilax and daisi-| es. While garden flowers in compotes, flanked the cake. The round punch tables were covered with matching cloths and featured silver punch services.} The cake was served by Mrs. John Baskin, Mrs. Ralph Owens Sr, Mrs. Jeff Wilkerson, Mrs. Kenner Ellis, Mr.s. Harley Melcalf, Mrs Marlowe Park and Mrs. Ernest Butler. * * * PRESIDING nl the punch services were Mrs. Thomas I. Rice, Mrs. R. H. Lake, Mrs. Jesse Brent, Mrs. John Kirk, Mrs. T. P. Reynokls, Mr.s. .1. L. FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANIES Synopsis of the Annual Statement of American Indemnity Company Home Office 2115 Winnie -- Galveston In the State of Texas on the 31st day of December 1D64 made lo Ihe Commissioner of Insurance of Ihe Slale of Mississippi ASSETS Bonds $ 4,162,189.12 Stocks 6,477,415.44 Mortgage Loans on Real Estate 127,907.33 Real Estate Owned .... 700,000.00 Cash and Bank Deposits 1,263,713.05 Agents Balances or Uncollected Premiums 1,525,799.28 Other Assets 986,093.02 TOTAL ASSETS $15,243,117.30 LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS Reserve for Losses . . . . $ 2,662,268.00 Reserve for Loss Adjustments Expenses 333,882.00 Reserve for Unearned Premiums 5,784,773.26 Reserve for Taxes 264,404.82 All Other Liabilities.... 522,171.22 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 9,567,499.30 Capital Paid Up or Statutory Deposit .. 1,500,000.00 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) 4,175,618.00 Surplus as Regards Policyholders $5,675,618.00 TOTAL (Line 28, Page 3) $15,243,117.30 TOTAL INCREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 8, Page 12) $11,069,107.38 TOTAL DECREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 19, Page 12) :...,.... $10,655,314.72 PRESIDENT SECRETARY J. R. Seinsheimer, Jr. C. S. Kuhn General Agent for Service--Insurance Commissioner of Mississippi INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI I, Walter Dell Davis, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify thai the above is a true and correct abstract of Ihe statement ol the abov* named company filed with this Department, showing th« condition of said company on the 31st day of December 1964. Waller Dell Davis Commissioner of Insurance Young, Mrs. Walter Weathers, Mrs. Bernard Skibeil. Tea girls were Miss Lucy Lacey, Miss Rebecca Bruce, Mrs. Sam Knowlton, Miss Doro- Ihy Jane Dickens and Miss [Margaret Sachs, rangcmenls, Mrs. John Kirk; Kice j, ir | s were M ie social calendar, Mrs. Hugh AI-; W i n P i [r|izabelh McGce, Ian Alexander; claire L ., kei p|lin Percy and Breakfast, Mr.s. John Baskin u s n Aldridge and Mrs. George Archer; pic- Mi ss Sally Baskin kept Ihe lure show, Mrs. Norris Vest .||ride's register. Mrs. John Cnbson was overall! For (heir wedding trip Ihe bride wore a blue silk tweed tlecoraliuns chairman baccalaurete service, for the class awards day, graduation and Ihe The couple will be living in dance. Mothers of junior class students helped arrange Ihe decorations. suil wilh matching accessories. Tnmpico, Mexico, where Ihe sic to art inspection lumout ami to your confidence in it. Thus your poise gets a booster shot, and a poised manner is a job asset interviews never miss. Winning Manners To open a door on increased poise and popularity, send for our booklet, WINNING MANNERS. Topics included are Introductions, Invitations, Table Manners, The Charming Hostess, You -- The Guest, Dating Manners, Formal Dances, Travel Tips and Tipping. Small 'oinls, like when to wear a hal r check your coat. For your copy, write to Mary Sue Miller n care of this newspaper, enclosing 25 cents in coin, and long, self-addressed slamped envelope. News From Lake Village Dr. ami Mrs. Shade Rushing of Lake Village, and Mrs. Rushing's daughter, Mrs. James lerfly roses and variegated ivy. * * * MATRON of honor was Mrs. Paul Ware of Norfolk, Va. the Receiving with the educator j A n n Cortrighl, Karen Alchley, ,wns his wife, their daughter icheryl Dardcn, Phyllis Harrjs. Blew nf Kansas City.'Marion Clements. Cindy JordaiJ; ans., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .Cathy Wade, Mary Cortright Richardson. Mr. ami Mrs. Law-land Frances Moore. -.,; rcnce Mullins and Mr. and Mrs. . . . , . Oul of town visitors here es- 'pccially for [he occasion includ- ;ed Ihe Rev. John Wilson of Bo- bride's cousin. were her sislcrs, Bridesmaids Miss Judi Simpson and Miss Laurie Simpson. The honor attendanls wore floor-length turquoise linen dresses, wilh round necklines. IK: Empire waistlines were utlined wilh moss green velvet ibbon. and the A-line skirts eatured controlled fullness in le back. On their hair they vore lurquoise bands of linen vith attached circular veils, am' hey carried stylized foliage wuqucts. The groom's father was best Harris Terry. The table, overlaid white linen cloth, featured a floral ar-j' : ". "^ K ^; J "TM' "" ran^cment in an TM ro m. flank. ssicr C l t '' U " f ° r m e r rangemcnt in nn e[ergne, flnnk-i cd by silver candelabra holding white tapers. Mrs. Robert Thompson presided at the silver punch bowl Holiday Inn Dinner Party Fetes Couple Spelman of New York, recently drab winter wiln a left for Mexico. After a week in Mexico City, they will travel to Acupulco, where Mrs. Spelman's husband, Dr. James Spelman will join (hem. Dr. and Mrs. Ktishing will return home June 15. NOTHING TOO BIG OR SMALL to sell with a result- getting Classified ad. Dial (5-1155) for an ad-writer today. Gary's Corner lo visit with their daughter, Mrs. Gus Nash III. ley of Shreveport, La. The rehearsal dinner for Miss Martha Crawford and her fiun- William Ralph Azlin, was the Rolling Fork Presbyterian Church and Friendship Chapel in Grace; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Allen of Greenville; Mrs. Pat- Ion Kennedy of Tuscaloosa, · Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert r-.- Smilh of Meridian. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mangum and Mrs. K. E. Mangum of Lake Providence, La.; Mrs. Charllon Slew- arl and Mr. and Mrs. Drue I.un- jdy. Belzoni; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Iwilkins and Waller Elevell. Dunaway burg. and family of Vickfc Spring-Time Exuberance Millions of housewives pent-up energey round of spring cleaning. in her spring ex homemaker will take on extra chores Ihol are adding only to her general exhaustion. For example, many will try waxing ceramic lite walls and floors. It can be done, of course, but it's unnecessary.I Ceramic tile needs no wax or I other coatings; Ihe hard, dura-! ble surface is already scratch-; proof and stainproof. ' T j 1 Goodman weekend aughter. ,s as her ody Oak- rnncft ea vent a long, ousing ng. Often nee, a n extra cessary, leral ex- Holiday Inn. Hosts were the jroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs i 3 aul Azlin. Centerpiece for the table vas of Fujii chrysanthemums iml gladioli. Other members of the wedd- ng parly and immediate fii- nily attending were the Rev. ind Mrs. James Richardson, Mr, atid Mrs. David Clint Craword, Mr. and Mrs. James Kinj- and Mr, and Mrs. James Azlin. DRS. EDITH WAYNE COX CHIROPRACTORS Leyser Bldg. Ph. 5-2033 FOR FULL INSURANCE SERVICE · HRE EXTENDED COVERAGE · ALL TYPES OF LIABILITY fc WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION · GROUP LIFE HEALTH · BONDS Waldauer Agency 118 S. Poplar ED 2-15SS Nlghl Coll ID 2 «M4 ml IB 4-4UI She'll look like a living doll in this coaldross skimmer! Note swerved buttoning, back belt -- pert, prelty, QUICK! CORNING WARE SIT FREE SI9.95 VALUE No Obligation JUST COME BY SEE OUR NEW HARDWARE DEPT. Visit Us and Regisler Any Day This Week! GOYER PAINT HARDWARE Optn 7:30 -- 5:30 la Gayti Supply Blrfj. Ill A : Sal. cloud at II;30 Ph. EC groom will be engaged in farm-jCan you picture it in gingham, ng. pique? Then, sew it! ' ! : ; Printed Pattern -1533: Chil',-.' dren's Si/es 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 £ requires 1-5/8 yards 35 inch. Thirty-five cents in coins for each patlern -- add 15 cents mailing and special handling. Send lo Anne Adams, care of the Delta Democrat-Times. Pat\; tern Depl., 243 West 17th St., ' ' New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. COMPLETE FASHION REPORT in our new Spring-Summer Patlern Calalog plus coupon for ONE FREE PATTERN! Everything you need for the life you lead -- 350 design ideas! Send 50 cents now. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 3 BIG DAYS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SKIRTS TROUSERS (SWEATERS Or Any Comhmalion PLAIN $ 19 Box Storage 50 Lhs. Box CLOTHES Plus 20% Discount on DRY CLEANING HEVE* AN EX FOX ONE HOUH CHA1GI i E H V I C C uth Hwy I So Utd T« Th* Niw *L*Naw«i Grorary 1'hone CD 5-1325 FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANIES Synopsis of the Annual Statement of American Mercury Insurance Co. Home Office 4115 Chesapeake St., N. W. Tn Ihe Slate of District of Columbia, 20016 on Ihe 3!st day of December, 1WH, made lo the Commissioner of Insurance of the Slale of Mississippi ASSETS Bonds $1,105,977.80 Stocks 1,240,074.00 Cash and Bank Deposits 364,902.14 Agents Balances or Uncollected Premiums 233,497.69 Other Assets 50,706.48 TOTAL ASSETS $ 2,995,158.11 Reserve for Losses .. $ 646,302.00 Reserve for Loss Adjustment Expenses 80,000.00 Reserve for Unearned Premiums.. 709,486.62 Reserve for Taxes 37,000.00 All Other Liabilities . . . . 497,947.68 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 1,970,736.30 Capital Paid Up or Statutory Deposit 413,100.00 Unassigned Funds (Surplus) 611,321.81 Surplus as Regards Policyholders $ 1,024,421.81 TOTAL (Line 28, Page 3) $ 2,995,158.11 TOTAL INCREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 8, Page 12) $ 1,831,081.69 TOTAL DECREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 19, Page 12) $1,875,512.31 PRESIDENT SECRETARY James II. Lemon Samuel J. Butler General Agenl for Service--Insurance Commissioner of Mississippi INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI I, Waller Dell Davis, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify lhat Ihe above is a Irue and correct abstract of the slalcmenl of Ihe above named company filed with this Depart ment, showing Ihe condition of snid company on the 31st day of December, IflW. Walter Dell Davis Commissioner of Insurance New Summer Store Hours! Effective today, June 1st, the following "open for business" hours will be followed by the undersigned stores: WEEKDAYS 9:00 a,m, 'Til 5:00 p.m. SATURDAYS- 9:00 a.m. 'Til 6:00 p.m. These changes were made in order to allow our employees to enjqy the longer Summer days. · THE LEADER · GREENLEY'S · NELMS BLUM · THE CHIC SHOP · HAFTER'S Your cooperation ! will be appreciated!

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