Benoit Union Church Is Scene Of Gray - demons Nuptial Rites Miss Linda Frances demons of wMe moth orchids. Also re-;ccplion were Mrs. became Ihe brine of Calvin Hor- cciving was Mrs. 0. D. Gray, ace Giay. in a ceremony solem-the bridegroom's grandmother, nized Saturday in ihe Bcnoil Her costume suit was of aqua Union Church. silk and her flowers were pale Nunnery, Mrs. Ed Buell Boyd. Mrs. John Daniel, Mrs. Ray Means, Mrs. Lowell Wallis, Mrs. The hride is the daughter of Mr. am! Mrs. James Karl demons of Greenville. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Minor S. Gray of Scoll. Vows were exchanged before Ihe altar decorated with ground of palms and ivy, centered by a fan arrangement of gladioli and chrysanthemums. Flanking Ihe flowers were floor candelabra holding while tapers. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ed Spencer of Rulevilte. THE BRIDE, given in marriage by her father, xrore a H floor-length bridal gown of satin and lace- Tho semi-Empire bodice was nf re-cmbrnidered lace, with rounded neckline and wrisl-lcnglh sleeves. T.Se. Empire cut dropped to a norma yellow orchids. The Coiivniunity Center was decorated with magnolia foliage! Kenneth McClain, Mrs. F.wing Jr., Mrs. James Early Ikerd. Swim Party And Luncheon Fete Graduate _ The Golding Acres Club Housej^ c r a t ner home in Bowmanor. | was the scene Monday of swim- honored Miss Baibara Logan, \ Delta Democrat-Times _ Thursday, June 3, '65 3 Lunch Fetes Bride-Elect ; ming party and luncheon honoring Miss Marilyn Ilauser. recent Greenville High School i .11 nig, ti i., I'll a. jumca LAUIU, I Mrs. Louis King and Mrs. Jack graduate. Hostesses were Mrs. O t r~ . , t . ! Â» Â» _ ,, f~*. [Hendricks of Scotl, and Mrs. S. and southern smilax. Large hur- L. Deavenport of Greenville, ricane globes enclosed lall white! Tea girls were Miss Brcnda tapers a! either end of the man- Ikerd, Mrs. wfore lc ] ,,,,() ||, e fireplace below w; back- Banked with magnolia and pir Lcc Forrest Jr. and Mrs. Car- BEFORE agnol 1 this background, Beth Daniel. Miss Cindy pine. Miss- Inna Dean and Mrs. Jul vas vilh the bride's table, overlaid hand embroiderel sheer inen over a satin skirl. Cenler- ng the table was the licred vedding cake flanked by fan xiuquets of daisies, snapdragons and stock, in stemmed silver compotes. The bride cut Ihe waistline in the back where, the! full back-pleated satin skirt .wept to a chapel train. The bride's bouffant shoulder length veil of illusion fell from a tiny tiara of seed pearls. Her fan bouquet of white snapdrap- cakc with a silver knife which gift of (he hostesses at Ihe reception. Miss Mary Fra- lesi, assisted by Miss Sherry Anne Ikerd, served the wedding cake. On each side of Ihe bride's table Were identical tables for ter Knowles Jr. | The bullcl table was coveredj Jane Ewine Miss w ' lh a burlap clolh and held a ;green * ^(centerpiece composed of drift- iFeatured on the luncheon table, 5 ''wood, loat lantern and sea l l a i d wilh white embroidered shells. Tho focal point was a sandwich loaf decorated to resemble a swimming pool with swimmers and accessories. Background decorations fea- ured nautical flags and pic- ures. Places were marked xvith land decorated straw sun hats, vhich were given as favors. The small tables were covered ilh red and blue cloths. Guests included the honoree's A luncheon ai noon yeslerday.jAnn Archer, Miss W. L. Russell given by Mrs. Murray Alexan- |Jr., Miss Blanche Newton, Mrs, ' ~ 'Ed Kossman Jr. of Cleveland, Miss Betty Jean Thomas, Miss bride-elect of Ramon Hazzard JLinda LeÂ« and Mrs. Bobby San- of Cleveland. The honoree was|difer. presented a shoulder bouquet of| white gardenias and a gift of silver. McClain. Miss Anne Daniel presided over the register. Following the reception the jride and groom left for a Florida honeymoon. McGehee Home Dinner Scene For Graduates A seated dinner recently a! the home of Mrs. W. T. McGe- hec. honored four Greenville High School graduates. Co-hns[ ess was Mrs. W. C. Beanlanrl. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Horace Gray (Fhola by Rourwell] Local Beta Sigma Phis To Host 18th Annual State Convention Plans for the 16th annual Beta Sigma Phi state convention are being announced hy Mrs. Harold Tyner, chairman for the three day meeting. CYO Honors Graduates SHAW -- Eight members of the senior class, and 23 members of the eighth grade graduating class were honored on Sunday morning when the Catholic Youlh Organization had a breakfast at St. Francis of As- sissi Parish Hall. The breakfast followed the 9 a.m. Mass. The convention will be held June 11-13 at the Downtowner Motor Inn. This is the first time a state meeting of the organiza- ion will be held in the Delta. Invitations to the event have wen sent to chapters in Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee. Beta Sigma Phi is an international non-collegiate sorority, founded April 30, 1931 in Abilene Kans., by Walter W. Ross, its first president. Â· ANNlVEJS/m Â· KOWrAl Â· HOSTESS Â· BIHHDAY SEVERS FLOWERS Phana fD 2-6394 THE organization was creat ed for young women interests in cultural and social activities JGn its rolls are 150.000 active members in 7500 chapters all over the world. There are 54 ac live chapters in this state. Mr. Ross, now chairman of the board of directors, will be guest speaker at the dinner dance on June 12. A D M I R A L 3 TRANSISTOR Portable RADIO SOcDOWN 1 .00 Monthly 'Â·largt ipeaVer produces big lich jound. JAulomotic volume control. Fingertip coalrali. Gilt Pale includei balleriet, Â· earphone, leatherette Â«mymg_caie._ Entries are arriving for the yearbook, scrapbook, favors 413-WASHINGTON AV NEWEST MODEL LISTEN TO BASEBAtl Large Slock ADMIRAL Radios, Sleiaes, Transistors, clrxk rcdios.TV See Speciati In OurWindowi and rushing contests. These wil' te judged Â· by a secret panel. The state "Girl of Ihe Year" award will be announced at the dinner-dance by Mr. Ross. Serving on the. committee with Mrs. Tyner are Mrs. Jac] Burford, convention co-chairman; Miss Ivjargaret Stovall, treasurer and; awards chairman; Mrs. Rufus Mock Jr. am Miss Sandra Giles, registration; Mrs. J. H. Burt Jr., pubJ city; Mrs. William Helms, Fr day night coffee; Mrs. Edwin rd. picnic and flat boat ride; Mrs. J. B. Arnold Jr., meals; Mrs. Bill I.owry Jr., con tests; Mrs. Will Monty, decora tinns; Mrs. J. C. Shepherd, gifts and door prizes. Banquet Honors Civitans Wives INDIANOLA -- The Civilan Club of Indianola honored the wives of members with a ban quet and program in Newman Hall of First Methodist Churcl Chandler Worley president was master of ceremonies. Je ry Neely, minister of music Ihe First Baptist Church presented the program, singing humorous songs and playing the piano. The tables featured arrangements of red roses combine wilh English ivy. Thirty-five persons attended. ons was centered wilh a white orchid. Miss Faye demons, who served a.s her sister's only at- leadant, wore a short gown of yellow organza, wilh bodice and brief jacket of lace. Her fai bouquet was ot snapdragons ii shades of yellow and bronze. MINOR S. GRAY attended his son as best man, and Fred Pike, liarl Calcole, Jerry Crowe and Pat Patterson, all of Benoil, rved as groomsmen. Miss Kim Shepherd and Miss aye Shepherd, accompanied by iss Gerry Goorlson at Ihe or- an. sang "0 Primise Me nnd A Wedding Prayer." Miss oodson also played the nuptial insic. Following the ceremony a re- cption was held at Scoit Com- lunity Center. punch, covered wilh while net over pale green skirts. The net was caught nt each corner with miniature bouquets of lily of the .Â·alley tied wilh satin ribbon. T!ie tables held silver punch bowls and branched candelabra entwined wilh smilax and holding lighted tapers. Presiding over the punch Iwwls were Miss Kathy Holmnn of Scntt, and Miss Barbara Miller of Greenville. Floating hostesses for the re Decorations carried out a and white color scheme. linen mats, was an arrangement of green and while caladium leaves combined with lilies and daisies. Place cards were decorated with bridal bouquets Other guests included her mother Mrs. Hilman I.ogan, Mrs. Jerome Wilson Jr.. Miss DON'T JUST WISH for a carl' Select it today in the Delta Democrat Times Want Ads. Lots of bargains! Take Home A Handy Carton o! G Cola Royal Crown Bottling Co, inn! ho r, Mrs. Fred Mauser, Miss Bell, Lynn Downs, Miss Linda Miss Gilda Jordan, Miss Nancy Darner. Miss Janice In Ihe group were Miss Linda Lingle. Miss Diane While and Rell. Lee Bell Hammond, Eddie Lafoe I I I and Dill Bell. lÂ£ach was presented a gift by the hostesses. Centerpiece for the table was an arrangement of red rases and carnations arranged in a culplass compole. Other guests were Miss Ginger Mepgett, Miss Wanda McNeely, Miss Margaret Richari! and Jim Lott. Miss Carol Bethel. Porter Mitchell Frazirr Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Frazier nnounce the birth of their third child. Porter Mitchell, born June 1 at King's Daughters Hospilal. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Porter Mitchell Strick land of Columbus. Ga. Great- grandmother is Mrs. A. L. Fra izier Sr. of LaMesa, Calif. 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