The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 2, 1965 · Page 4
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 4

Greenville, Mississippi
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Wednesday, June 2, 1965
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4 Wednesday, June 2^65 Delta Democrat-Times Hither'n Yon Wedding Party Feted FOLLOWING THE brunch Saturday al the Greenville Country Club for the Anderson-Bridges wedding parly and out of town guesls, they were entertained at an open house by Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wliitfield. The reception rooms were decorated with arrangements of roses, and featured on the refreshment table, were pom pom daisies and fern. The guests played croquet and other games. * ft THE 1955 class reunion, scheduled for July 2, has been postponed due to insufficient time to locate.all class members. Plans are underway to have the reunion al a later date. ·fr -h _ MISS MARY Bess Walker and Hiss Ginger Witte entertained four senior girls at a swimming party al Ilic Jimmy Walker home in Stoneville last Saturday. Honored were Miss Marion Brown, Miss Janiece Flanagan and Miss Susie Wood, of Leland High School nnd Miss Suzanne Wcsterman, Greenville High School senior. About fifty guesls were treated to an afternoon of swimming and refreshments. * · vV MR. AND MRS. Alfred Ison of Memphis were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. DeLoach last weekend. ^-T °fc vV THE PAUL Rothmans in Leland have some 6-wcek-o!d kittens to give away. Tf interested, call S6G-7K8. i ·fr ft it THE JUNIOR Woman's Club again announces that the : merry-go-round at Fairyland Park is available for birthday ' parlies. Fees are S3.50 for 30 minutes for the merry-go-round or $6.00 for 15 minutes for both the mcrry-go-rninxl nnd ; train. The park is open to (he public on Saturdays fj-om [ 3-5 p.m. and Sundays from 4-G p.m. Each riile is ten ccnls. ; For reservations or more information call Mrs. Fred Me- ; Court, ED . MRS. HAZEL Walden, president of the Greenville Classroom teachers Association was presented with a silver fray by the Ella Darling School faculty at the close of their faculty meeting. A poem dedicated lo Mrs. Walden for her outstanding work this year was read by Mrs. Lois Duckworth. ·tr * * A COFFEE al the home of Mrs. Aubrey L. Germany in Stoneville last Thursday, honored Mrs. James C. Collins, who will be leaving soon to make her home in Auburn, Ala. Co-hostess was Mrs. Henry Wilcher. Centerpiece for the refreshment table was a magnolia arrangement. Twenty-five Stoneville and Leland friends were invited. MR. AND MRS. Jim Taylor and children, Trudy and Crosby, have returned from a vacation in the Ozarks, and a side trip to Silver Dollar in Missouri, an old mining town. * -k ft THE EMERY Skeltons have been visiting their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeff Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Skelton. Mr. Skelton received his M.A. degree from Mississippi State Tuesday. Mrs. Skellon will attend the first session al Mississippi Slate; she's also working on a M,A. degree, ft ft ft VISITORS MONDAY in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brent were Mrs. S. F. Steen of Vicksburg. Mrs. Bill Burdick of Rochester, N.Y. nnd daughter, Betly, and-granddatighter, Vicky, Miss Elizabeth Sleen of Atlanta, Ga. and Miss Evelyn Cummins of Bastrop, La. A SHOWER recently at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Alexander on Lotus Street, honored Miss Bonnie Sue Dugger, bride-elect of Toney Baskin. Co-hostess was Miss Margaret Spiars. The honoree was given a gardenia corsage centered with kitchen, gadgets. Mixed flowers in a silver epergne, centered the table. About 15 attended. Mrs. William Dugyer, the honoree's mother, also received a shoulder bouquet, ft ft ft MISS JUDY Wilson of Bucks County, Pa. is in Greenville, the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Robertshaw. Miss Wilson was a bridesmaid in the Bridges-Anderson wedding pariy. T"^ "£V "ft" For Items To This Column Call ED 5-1155--Ext. 38 Coffee Honors Bride - Elect Miss Mary Margaret Middleton, bride-elect of Sco([ Ledbet- ler of Memphis, Tenn., who received her degree horn Southwestern University M o n d a y morning, was entertained Saturday at coffee in Germanlown, ;Tenn. Co-hostesses were Miss Dine- tia McCormick and Mrs. George McCormick Jr., who also graduated Monday from Southwestern. Included in the guesl list were their friends, who were in their graduation class. Special guests were the moth- eis of the honoree and her fi- jance, Mrs. B. B. Wilkcs and [Mrs. Raymond I.edbetler of Memphis. Miss Rebecca Paine Honoree At Shower Miss Rebecca Payine, bride-, elect of Wesley Monroe Brown of Denver, Colo., was the honoree last night at a shower. Hostess for the event given at (lie Magnolia Arms, was Mrs. Jerome Wilson Jr. The honoree was presented a shoulder bouquet of while carnations. Bride bingo was played during (he evening. Included in the guest list were Mrs. Clyde Paine, Mrs. Rex Kimbriel, Mrs. T. P. Reynolds, Miss Margaret Reynolds, Mrs. Bobby Saiulifer, Mrs. E. B. Reynolds, Mrs. Jesse Nichols, Mrs. John J-'ulcher, Mrs. John Keith. Also Miss LaFon Pease, Mrs. Penny Jenkins, Miss Rutlianne Whitfiekl, Mrs. Bill Kimbrcll, Miss Teresa Kremser, Miss Dorothy Rich, Miss Anais Groner, Miss Rnchel Gerdes, Miss Joy Weston, Mrs. L. H. Moseley and Mrs. T. P. Reynolds Sr. A Brilliant new way to make diamond dreams come true... Itotgaltfylf 4 CAR Officers Officers of the Mississippi River Society, Children of the American Revolution, who wore installed at the recent meeting are: first row, Mike Milliken, parliamentarian and Ike Stone Trotter, historian; second row, from left, Judy Alvarez, president; R a l e i g h Romine, vice president; anc Princella Wilkerson, chaplain; brek row, Jan Bolls color bearer; Beth Tennis- son, treasurer; and Allegra Cope, recording secretary, (staff photo) CAR Officers Are Installed The Mississippi River Society Children of the American Revolution, held its May meeting in the home of Mrs. Albert Karlson. Hostesses were Palricia (arlson, Beth Teunnison, Jane Ellen Ireland and Ada Lea Tur President Cham Trailer pro sided. Ike Stone Trotter gave the invocation followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and the C. A. R. Creed. Michael Milliken reported on conservation. Mrs. Frank J. 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