The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 24, 1960 · Page 15
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 15

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, July 24, 1960
Page 15
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WEDDINGS AND RECEPTIONS SERVICED S'tv.r T«B 3»ivlci, Pu*u)i lowll Clan PJot.l, Cup. Kinlal McCorklcs Flowers MISS SABAII KATHEKINE WALKER Miss Sarah Walker To Wed Robert D. Gorrell In Catholic Ceremony The July Bride chooses Reed Bartoxi sterling Left to right: Tara, The Diamond nml Clnssic Rose by RccJ Barton Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Walker of Louise and Taylorsville, announce the engagement and ap- jroaching marriage of t h e i r daughter, Sarah Katherine, to Robert Dewitt Gorrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Gorrell of 1430 E. Ollie Circle, Greenville. The wedding will ba solemnized August 13, at 3:00 p.m. in the All Saint's Catholic Church in Bel- mi. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. C. L. Walker, Sr. and the late Mr. Walker ol Taylorsville and the late Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hester of Laurel. Mr. Gorrell is the grandson o! Dewitt Bryant and the late Mn Bryant of New Orleans, La., xnc 1 the late Mr. and Mrs. William Gorrell of Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Walker graduated from Louise High School as homecoming queen and valedictorian. She attended M i 11 s a p s College in Jackson and Sunflower Junior College in Moorhead, where she was named a college beauty. She Is now employed by Southland Gai Co., in Cary. Mr. Gorrell, a graduate of St. Joseph's High School, Greenville, ntso attended Sunflower Junior College where he graduated with a major in drafting. He is now employed by Service Lumber Co., in Rolling Fork. Speaking Personally Mrs. Rubeastcin Is Hospitalized Mrs. Harry Rubensleln of Shaw is a patient in the King's Daugh tcrs Hospital in Greenville, recov- eriny from a fall in her home Tuesday night. Mrs, Rubenstein received broken arm when she slipped and fell in the kitdien, while attempting to lower a window over the sink. Mrs. Charles Collier of Shaw ,is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Melton Hinton, Mr. Hinton and son Joe, in Grovetown, Ga. Mrs. Tom Bell of Dallas, Texas is Ihe guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Salley, and Miss Frarrkie Sallcy in Shaw. Entire Stock Of Summer Merchandise Shop Early And Get The First Choice P R I C E Th« Delta's Most Complete Children's Shop Telephona 2-2913 S20 Washington Ave. By EARL ARONSON AP News Feature Our tour today takes us first to the World'* Fair of Flowers in The Netherlands, then to a proposed Confederate Garden. The 125-acre, Floriade, or international home garden exhibition, is at Rotterdam, Holland. It opened April 25 and will continue until Oct. 25, just in case you can't get away right now to visit. Congress appropriated $150,000 toward financing, this country's 3 14 acre display sponsored by the Foreign Agriculture Service of the I). S. Dept. of Agricul- fur and the American Horticultural Council. This is what the American garden offers visitors: A prefabricated garden - type »use, a garden that has something blooming at all times, a ypical garden shopping center, ornamental plants shown by Har- w * i i a , i , t i , i a i uiauio a j i u i v i i uy ntu- ,,, vard University's famed Arnold Y' President to serve constitutionally under the original Articles ol Confederation. Hanson, the author says, was President of a republic of the I; original states but Washington, when first elected, headed a federal union of only 11 of these states and was elected by only 10 of them. North Carolina Rhode Island and New York die not participate, he says. At any rates, Stoeckel suggests that folks establish John Hanson or Confederation, gardens repre senting Ihe 13 original states in the Republic of. 1781-69. To help out. here are the state flowers of the 13 original states: New Hampshire, purple lilacs; Massachusetts, arbutus; Rhode Island and New Jersey, violet; Connecticut and Pennsylvania mountain laurel; New York, wild rose; Delaware, peach blossom; na and North Carolina, Arboretum, a Hugh garden of roses, a prefabricated green-house 'illel with tropical end subtropical plants, and terrace gardens. Other exhibits include: Demonstrations of stimulation of plant growth with artificial light, a 25-acre wild flower garden, an 18th Century .garden,: plant culture, ar.d a Garden of Nations featuring native horticultural specialties. Next, to the Confederate Garden, or John Hanson Garden. This is the idea of Herbert J. Stoeckel, a, Connecticut biographer who contends Hanson, not George Washington, was this Republic's first President. Stoeckel explains that Washington was the first President bul that Hanson was the first dogwood; South Carolina, yellow Delta Domtttrat-Tlmcs Sunday, July 24, '60 15 Personally Speaking Visiting Miss Ettol Payne this ·eck will be Mrt. Virgil Payna f Pine Bluff, Mn. Robert Rusell and daughter of Pine Bluff, md Mrs. James Ford and son ol jherrill, Ark. Mrs. Spencer Montgomftry and er children of Marks are vision in the home of Mrs. William 'ayne this week. All tte flowers, Stoeckel notes, are Indigenous to all or most o! the states or could be transplanted. The only "Importations" needed, he says, would be South Carolina's yellow jessamine and Georgia's Cherokee roje. For All Occasions Idle Hour Floral Co. 140 f- MiT» IB *·«« ISS--· O u r N E W F A L L S E L E C T I O N S S p o r t s w e a r a n d C a s u a l C l o t h e s Largest Selection in the Delta. DOUBLE RING CEREMONY -- Mr. and Mrs. Louis John LuBrent are pictured following their wedding July 17 at Trinity Methodist Church. The bride is the former Miss Ruth Biggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brister Guy Biggers of Greenville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. LuBrent of Camden, N. J. Delta Girls Compete^ In State Contest During the State 4-H Club Congress held on July 12-15 at Mississippi State University, Washington County had three 4-H girls competing in the state contests Linda Carollo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carollo of Leland. entered the Food Judging Contest. Linda helped direct the recreation at a general assembly during Club Congress. She was also County Leadership winner and attended the I960 4-H Junior Leadership Conference in June. Dell Gretr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Greer, of Hollandale, competed in the State Clothing ContesL In the dress revue, one phase of the contest, Dell modeled a brown and white polka dot printed cotton dress, topped with a white linen jacket. With the- outfit she wore white accessories. She had made the garment as part of her 4-H Clothing Project. Dell was one of the Washington delegates to the 1950 4-H Leadership Conference. Helen Hearn. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hearn of Hollandale, was County Electric winnr and was presented a certificate by the Mississippi Rural Electric Association at a dinner held at Mississippi State University on July 13. Helen entered the State Electric Judging Contest. Iris Bagley of Hollandale met the requirements to become a member ot the Mississippi 4-H All Stars, an organization made up of ontsanding 4-H club members. Iris is a former member of the Hollandale 4-H Club where she did outstanding work in Lcad- dership, Home Improvement Clothing, Food Preparation, and Yard Improvement. She is presently attending Delta Slate College. Presbyterian Women Hold Meeting LELAND -- The Women of the Church met on Monday aflcrnoor at the Presbyterian Church for their regular July meeting. Forty members were present. During a brief business session presided over by Mrs. J. I). Dick, president, the group elected offi cers for the coming year. Officer and commit tee report! were given. A moil Interesting program, en titled, "Christian Citizenship," was presented by Mrs. Georgp B. Walker, who used the Hook of Amos as background material, while discussing Ihe duties of Christian citizens today. Refreshments were served by members of Ihe Mary Irving Circle, with Mrs. Robert McGaney! serving u chairman, __. | Farber of Houston, Te\ns. Mrs. Vince Bellipanni, Sr., grandmother of the honoree, Mrs. Frank Correro, Mrs. Jako Bellipanni, Mrs. Carl LaBella, Mrs. Frank Dominio, Mrs, Frank Bcllipanni, Mrs. Louis LnBella. Mrs. C. J. Bianco, Miss Carolyn Bianca, Bellipanni Home Scene Of Party INDTANOLA -- Mrs. Dominio Bellipanni honored her son, Dominio Jr., on his with lawn recently. Miss Rosemarie and Miss Angela Bellipanni, sisters of the honoree, assisted in entertaining and serving. Those attending were Antoinette, Jake and Jiimmy iiellipani, Bev : Personally Speaking Irving Topol is on an Eastern tour. While away he will visit ., ,, ... . i n (he home of liis daughter, Mrs a party on the Bclhpann. R i c f m r d Bermall| ,,£ B ; rmat and son, J e f f r e y Woodmere, Long Island and in th« home oi another daughter, Mrs. David Trouser, Mr. Trouser and ton, David, in Harrisburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Alvare erly ReginelH, Barbara Ann and J r . and their children, Frank II, Frankie Bcllipanni, Patricia andijudy, Billy and Bobby ara v»ca- Damion Binnca, Micliael, Sarnmyitioning on Lake Hamilton, near and Freddie LaBHla. RamonalHot Springs. From thero they Bellipanni, Theresa and Annette LaBella, all of Indinnola. Blaise Correro of New Orleans, will go on to St. Louis for a visit. Mattalina Jones li visiting her La., Chuckie, Joan ar.d Jan Rose-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W M. Watkins in Cruger. hat. light The groom's mothar wore a pink sheath dress with white accessories, The reception, immediately fol. i lowing the ceremony, was Mrs. Chuck Farber of Houston. Texas, nnd Miss Mary Alice Cabibi of New Orleans. Davidson- Gilliand Rites Solemnized LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - The Tome of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Barlow, was the scene Thursday at 8:00 p.m. of Ihe m a r r i a g e of Mrs. Laurella Showah Gillianc! and Roy Wayne Davidson. The bride is (he daughter of Mrs. Sam Showah and the Ia(e Mr. Showah of Ilollanible. Parents of the groom arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ilollis of Lake Village. The Rev. A. J. Williams officiated the double ring ceremony. Miss Marlhn Bsriow of Lake Vil- agc, soloists and pianist presented the nuptial music. The bride wore a white linon original sheath f e a t u r i n g a large cowl collar. On her head she wore a large brim hat of blue tulle. To f u r t h e r compliment her ouifit she wore baby blue elbow length gloves. Her corsage was of white carnations. The bride's only accessories were pearl earrings, gift of the groom. Mrs. Wesley Itarlow Jr. served as matron of honor. She wore a pale green shealh with white accessories. Her corsage *i_ n "\! he lTM h " e j - dl TM S held b!e centered with decorated with wedding bells. While milk glass candelabra flanked the centerpiece. Guests were 1 members of both families and friends from Mississippi and Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson are at home in Greenville. LADIES SALE SHOES Hundreds Of Pairs Of Dress Shoes And Casuals From Our Regusar Stock NOW ANDREW GELLER MADEMOISELLE WEDGLINGS JOHANSEN SABRINA FIANCEES DEGAS DE ANGBLO JOYCE TROTTERS COBBLERS GLAMOR DEBS Were $7.95 to $25.95 -- Now $3.97 to $12.9? MATCHING BAGS UP TO /2 OFF Nelms Blum Shoe Salon ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED -- ALL SALES FINAL Wes- besi was of white carnations, ley Barlow Jr. served man. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Showah woro n frock of blue brocade salin uhh picture Your Portrait . . . The Most Personal Gilt LAKSON Photographers

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