The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 13
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 13

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
Page 13
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Charles F. McKellar Jr. Weds Miss Rose Castelin PASS CHRISTIAN - Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Rose Catherine Castelin and Charles Fortson McKellar Jr. in an early afternoon ceremony yesterday at St. Peter's by the Sea Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Casle- lin of Pass Christian, and parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. McKellar of Greenville. Dr. Vincent C. Franks performed Ihe double-ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with arrangements of white gladioli, chrysanfliemums and stock, and a background of cathedral candelabra holding white tapers. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. James M. Maxwell Jr., who played traditional wedding SERVING as best man was the father of the groom. Ushers were Jay G. Carter of Long Beach, Leonard G. Vandeven- dcr of Glen Allan, Robert W. McKellar of Greenville, and JOSF.PH A. Caslclin gave his sister in marriage. She wore a wedding gown of primrose patterned cotton lace, re-embroidered with'seed pearls. The blou- son bodice was worn over a slim skirt and accented with a beaded cord tie-bell. Her matching lace pill box hat featured a circular veil, and she carried a brid nl bouquet of stephanotis and lilies of the valley, centered by a while orchid. Mrs. J a y G. Carter, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. She wore a pale pink sheath with overlay of white lace, matching accessories am shoulder bouquet of sweethearl Fred W. Castelin of Biloxi. The wedding reception, held immediately following the ceremony, was held at the home o! he bride's parents. Receiving with the wedding party were the mothers of the iridc and groom. Mrs. Caslclin vore a beige silk linen sheath vith beige lace hat and acccsso- ies, Her flowers were lavender irchids. Mrs. McKellar wore an aqua colored lace sheath, flow- Ted hat, and white orchid shoul [er bouquet. * * * THE BRIDE'S table was covered with a white organdy clolh, and held a tiered pedestal wedding cake with a bride and 'room ornament. Flanking the cake were silver candelabra with white tapers. Serving as tea girls were Mrs. r red W. Castelin of Biloxi and Mrs. L. G. Vandevender of Glen Allan. For her wedding trip to Florida, the bride wore a three piece suit of navy Dupioni silk, fashioned with a blazer jacket She wore matching accessories and a shoulder bouquet of orchids. On their return the couple wil live at 124^ East Beach, Long Beach, Miss. vj-arden Council Holds Election The Greenville Council of Garden Clubs met Thursday at the home of Ihe reliring president, Mrs. Clarke Johnson. Mrs. Johnson displayed a pink rosette award the council received at the slate convention for its 1964-65 flower show, "A Family's Affairs." The following officers were elected for the coming year; Mrs. Neal Rogers, president; Mrs. Conger Hill, first vice president; Mrs. Jamie McGmv- en second vice president; Mrs. Paul Watsoii, third vice president; Mrs. Daniel Lewing, recording secretary, and Mrs. E H. Hall, treasurer. Mrs. Johnson welcomed (he new officers and turned the gavel over to Mrs. Rogers who announced (Ire following committes: Mrs. Claude Stuart, HANDS chairman; Mrs. Sale ?andle, parliamentarian and Mrs. Brrxlie Crump, advisory :hairmun serving with all the )f the member clubs; and Mrs. W. P. Condon, librarian. Six of the nine clubs were represented at the meeting. Table Decorations For your nest Indies-only luncheon, use a table setting o liobnail milk glass, suggests thi Society of American Florists. Several small foliage plants may be arranged in a hobnail bowl as a unique centerpiece. Place tiny foliage plants in sma hobnail hat-shaped containers as individual favors for your guests. They will be delighted with your originality, SAF says Now Council Officers Mrs. Neal Rogers, lefl, was recently elected president of the Greenville Council of Garden Clubs. Also elected, Mrs. Conger Hill, right, first vice president and, standing, Mrs. Paul Watson, third vice president. Not pictured are Mrs. Jamie McGowen, second vice president; Mrs. Daniel Lewing, recording secretary, and Mrs. E. H. Hall, treasurer. (Staff Photo) Delta Democrat-Times 'Sunday, June 6, '65 13 news for WO. THERE ARE NO ·» DIAMONDS 1C a diamond commands an inferior price, it is usually because it is »n inferior gem. 'Hi best way to be sure of liom-st value for your diamond dollar is to select your jcweliT carefully. Wo know and guarantee liic quality and value of caili diamond in our store. Let Bernard Skibcll. Schlom's Registered Jeweler of Ihe American Ge:u Society, show you thu "heart" of your cliamoml in our exclusive new- slyle binocular "DIAMON'DSCOPF.." 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