The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 11
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Couple Live In Mexico Mr. and Mrs. James Buford Anderson, who were married last Saturday in St. James Episcopal Church, are living in Tampico, Mexico, following a wedding trip. The bride is the former Miss Malvina Ann Bridges, daughter of Mrs. Robert Henri Shoemaker of New Orleans, La. and the late John Calhoun Bridges oL Winterville. Mr. Anderson is the son of Mrs. Laurence Desaix Anderson and the late Mr. And- : erson of 'Sumner. ' ' ; I Methodist Church Scene Of McNutt-Quinn Nuptials In a double ring ceremony solemnized last night in Trinity Methodist Church, Miss Barbara Ann Quinn became the bride of Ernest Paul McNutt Jr. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Quincy Noah Quinn and the late Mr. Quinn of Green- 'ville. Mr. McNutt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paul McNutt of Freeporl, Tex. Vows were exchanged before the altar decorated with arrangements of white stock and daisies and a background of candelabra holding white tapers. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Audie Bishop assisted by the Rev. Roy Grisham. The program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Roy Grisham, organist and James Stark who sang "I Walk With God" and "The Wedding Prayer." Douglas Peter Quinn, brother of the bride, gave her in marriage. She wore a floor-length wedding gown of Italian silk fashioned with a cathedral train. The sheath skirt was accented by a narrow front panel, trimmed with seed pearl daisies. Her tiered silk pill box, encrusted with seed pearls, held in place her elbow-length illusion veil. She carried a bridal bouquet of white roses. Miss Jeanette Galatas, cousin of the bride, of Memphis, Tenn., was maid of honor. Mrs. Robert .Speed of Wichita, Kans. served as matron of honor, and Miss Sylvia Simons of Houston, Tex. was a bridesmaid. (Continued On Page 14) Mrs. Ernest Raul MeNutt Jr. tv Von »»M Married In Methodist Rites IPfw:o by Mrs. James Patrick Morgan was married last Sunday in the Methodist Church ·In Shaw. The'bride is the former Miss Mary Sue Simpson, daughter of Mr and '" Mrs. Guy Remington Simpson of Shaw. Lt. Morgan' is the son of Mr., and 'Mrs. - -Reuben-Rufus Morgan of-RaleighrN;'C;"Ori"thcTr" return from i Wedding trip to Nassau, the couple will live in Norfolk, Va. where the groom is stationed. Miss Belford Is Engaged To John Gregory Tweed The Rev. and Mrs. Lee Archer Belford of New York City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred Humphreys, to John Gregory Tweed, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Gabriel Tweed of Brooklyn, N.Y. Miss Belford is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ralph Waldo McGee and the late Mr. McGee of Greenville and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Belford of Savannah, Ga. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Congressman and Mrs. Ben H. Humphreys of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Archer of Jonesboro, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Belford of Drumshanbro, Ireland. The bride-elect is a graduate of the High School of Music and Art in New York and Hollins College in Virginia. While a student at Hollins, she spent a year in Paris studying at the Sorbonne and the Ecole de Louvre. Mr. Tweed, whose father is pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Brooklyn, is the grandson of Mrs. Bennett Skow and the late Mr. Skow (Continued On Page 14) June 6, 1965 IFullcn'i Pass Christian Setting For Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fortson McKellar Jr. exchanged wedding vows yesterday in a ceremony at St. Peter's by the Sea Church in Pass Christian. The bride is the former Miss Rose Catherine Castelin, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Cas- tclin of Pass Christian. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. McKellar of Greenville. (story on page 13)

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