The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on June 6, 1965 · Page 14
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 14

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
Page 14
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14 Sunday, June 6, '65 Delia Democrat-Times Wedding Vows Exchanged In Rites At Saint James Episcopal Church Miss Rebecca Reynolds Paine!Greenville. She wore a short and Wesley Monroe Brown, exchanged wedding vows at 5 p.m. yesterday in the chapel of Saint James Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Weldon Paine Jr. of Greenville, and Ihe groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clay Monroe Brown of Denver, Colo. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Patrick H. Sanders Jr. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Robert Oalder organist, and Miss Beth Boswell of Cleveland, who sang "0 Perfect Love." Decorating the altar were arrangements of white stock, peonies and chrysanthemums, and a background of cathedral candelabra holding white tapers. * * * GIVEN in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of while silk organza fashioned with chapel train. The bodice was designed with sweetheart neckline and front panel ap- pliqued with sculptured flowers. Her short veil of illusion was held by a small jeweled crown. She carried a white prayer book topped with a cluster of Phalae- nopsis orcliids, interspersed with a shower of satin ribbons, caught with tiny while blossoms. Serving aa matron of honor and her only attendant was Mrs. Robert Miller Jenkins Jr. of blue chiffon frock, fashioned with k n i f e pleated skirt and shirred bodice with lace accents. Her cascade bouquet was of white daisies. Best man was the cousin of the groom, Allen Ray Iligcns of Denver. Ushers were Waller Baskin Reynolds, John Kane Ditto Jr. and Robert Miller Jenkins Jr. Acolyte was W i l l i a m Birdsong Alvarez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Krank Alvarez Jr. » * * FOR her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Paine wore a pale pink Belgium linen dress with matching accessories and shoulder bouquet of Cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Brown wore an aqua colored silk and her flowers were also orchids. Immediately following Ihe wedding a reception was held at the home of t h e bride's grandmother, Mrs. T. P. Reynolds Sr. Assisting in receiving with the bridal party were Mrs. Albert Melcalfe, Mrs. Albert Metcalfe Claire, Wis. xniquel of fresh flowers. Encircling Ihe cake was a garland of fresh flowers, and at each corner, were miniature nosegays of the chosen flowers. * * * TEA girls were Mrs. William Kimbrcll Jr., Mrs. Jerome Wil;on Jr., Miss Teresa Kremser, Miss LaFon Pease, Miss Rutha n n e Whitfield, Miss Dorothy Rich, Miss Anais Groner, Miss lail Melcalfe of Midland, Tex., Miss Jean Jones of Hollandale, and Miss Judy Power and Miss Sandra Hill of Gulfport. For travel the bride wore a pale blue knit suit with matching accessories and the orchids from her bridal bouquet. The couple will live in Boulder, Colo. Mr. Brown will be an assistant instructor at the University of Colorado ami wil! continue his education in the graduate school. Miss Belford-- (Continued from Page 11) of Onawa, Iowa and the late Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Tweed of Eau Jr., Mrs. Rex Kimbriel, Mrs. T. P. Reynolds and Miss Margaret Reynolds. The reception rooms were decorated with arrangements of pink roses. In the dining room the bride's table covered with a lace cloth, held a tiered wedding cake topped with a small He is an alumnus of the College of William and Mary in Williams burg. Va. and will graduate this month from Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Conn. Mr. Tweed spent his junior year of college studying art in Paris. An October wedding is being planned. Parents Host Dinner Party I In Gulfport | Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Me ·Kullar were hosts on Friday livening, at a rehearsal dinner .at the Commodore Room in Gulfporl, honoring their son, Charles ami his fiancee, Miss Rose Castolin. The buffcl table was covered ' w i t h a white linen table cloth featuring white candles in silver candelabra and arrangements of daisies, Dells of Ireland anc fern. Miss Castelin wore a yellow taffela sheath frock with a lace overMouse. matching accessories and A shoulder bouquet o white carnations. The guest list included members of the family and ou of town guests. THE WANT ADS REACH OVER 55,000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY THAT'S THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESUJTS. Miss Guy Anne Gasparini In Greenvilfe STYLES by NELL Sarah Collins, crwner HoTi Ihrllill, l«u Ann-Tr[i* ED 5-J142 Rehearsal Party Honors C.M. Brown And Fiancee Mr. and Mrs. Clay Monroe Drown of Denver. Colo, were osts Friday evening for n re- icarsal dinner honoring their on, Wesley Monroe Brown and his fiancee. Miss Rebecca Reynolds Paine. The seated dinner was given at the Town House for (he brid- il party, members of the family and out-of-town wedding guests. Guesls were seated at a T- shaped table. The bride's table 'eatured an arrangement of link roses combined with snapdragons in a deeper shade, lanked by silver candelabra io!ding pink tapers. Two small arrangements were in three Branched silver candelabra. Included in the guest list were Mrs. Albert Mefcnlfe of Odes- sa, Tex., Mrs. Albert Metcnlfe Ir. and children of Midland, Tux., Mrs. Paul Nusbaum, Al- cn Ray Higens and Miss Ellen Gay Iligen, all of Denver. Softball League Formed By CYO The St. Joseph Catholic Youth Organization announced at its meeting Wednesday the formation of a North regional C. Y. 0. soflball league. The local group's first game is scheduled for June 27 in Shelby. Plans for (he November National C. Y. 0. Convenlion in Chicago were announced. The next meeting will be June 5. All summer meetings w i l l begin at 7:30 p.m. About 70 members attended. Roomy Travel Bags big roomy bags with a buil[-in "filing system" (one has 4 zippers) to keep you organized on trips . . . coasl-to-coast or around the world . . . choose either the slyle wilh oulside zipper or outside flap wilh lock for passports. Bone, fawn, black. Sealon-like leather 6.H genuine seaton or linen/sealon trim S.OO and H.OO June 20 Wedding Rites Are Planned By Couple SHAW -- Mr. and Mrs. Nello Dnminic Gasparini announce the engagement approaching marriage of their daughter, Guy Anne, to James Emory Sheffield of llamlsboro. He is :he son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert . Sheffield of Handsboro. Miss Gasparini is the granddaughter of Joseph Joshua rimmclt ami the late Mrs. riminetl of Cleveland and of dr. and Mrs. Frank Gasparini of Shaw. The groom-elect is the ;rnmlsnn of Mrs. Troy Sheffield and the late Mr. Sheffield of horsey, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Senler of Fulton. ITie bride-elect graduated with mnors from Shaw High School ind is a graduate of McConnel! Airline school in Minneapolis, Vlinn. She is presently a senior at Delta State College where she was voted one of the "Ten Best Dressed." She is active in Ilie Drama Club, and is majoring in Business Administration. Mr. Sheffield graduated from New Albany High School and is a senior nt Delta Slate College where he is president of Kappa Pi Art fraternity, majoring art. will take 4 p.m. place St. Of Assisi Catholic in Shaw. A reception Embark for Summer with the casual look of blue chambray denim . . . accented with contrast stitching and red rope belts. Add coordinated tops and print shirts for an unlimited wardrobe look! separates incorporated on* Middy top, detachable "Doodle" tie, nnd slim skirt top 6.00 -- skirt 7.00 Knee skimmer "Cobbler" shifl 10.00 Bermudas 7.00 and red/white "Doodle" bcrmuda shirl In or Oul slyle 5.00 The wedding on June 20 at Francis Church will follow in [he parish hail. Lo-Cal Gals Hold Meeting LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. - The Lo-Cal Gals TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) held their regular meeting Monday night at the Galewood Memorial Library. A "Paper Doll Conlcst" was begun, and will last for six ivceks. Winners will be announced nt the close of the contest. The members voted to lower Ihe fine for not keeping a caloric chart to 10 cents instead of 1.25 cents. One of the Tiny TOTS received the basket of fruit for losing Ihe most weight during the past week. Nineteen members were present. Methodist-- (Continued from Page 11) The attendants wore Empire ;ownn of yellow silk linen, designed with free flowing chiffon back panels. Their headpieces were matching chiffon roses and they carried bouquets of long stemmed yellow-centered while dais es. Flower girls were cousins o: he bride, Margaret Lee and leannelle Nancy Galalas of Jrcenville. They wore Empire rocks of sheer while colton, landed with yellow velvet ribbon around the waist, with ow and streamers falling to the icmlines. On their hair were circlets of white roses. James G. Helpinslill of Freeport, Tex., was best m.-i. Groom men were Phillip Davis of Dal Ins. Tex., nnd Allon Martin, Frecporl. Tex. Ushers were Thorn a= Rohcrson and Leslie Allen, hnlli of Greenville. The ring bearer was fl cousin of the bride. John Ivy Galatas II of Greenville. Following Ihe ceremony, the reception was held at the Down lowner, where Ihe bridal parly and parents of the bride and groom received the guests. Johi Ivy Galatas li greeted the guesl at the door. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Quinn wore a shealh of l u r quoise silk linen, designed wit! bolero jacket of re-embroidered ' lace. Mrs. McNutl's dress was a powder blue shealh, worn wilh matching accessories, and bolh ,wore shoulder bouquets of cream irolored roses. ! The bride's lable, covered in white, was centered by the lier- ed wedding cake, flanked by silver candelabra holding miniature arrangements of daisies and foliage. Two punch lables held silver |services and candelabra. Assisting in serving were Mrs. JMrs. A. 0. Roberson, Mrs. Edward Pugh, Mrs. Alice Henry Be mus. The cake was cut by Mrs. Raymond Miller. Tea girls were Miss Martha Irvin of Freeporl, Mrs. Paul Laney, of Greenville, ·Miss Gaye McNutt of Rosenberg, Tex. and Miss Lena Maude Key V Tupelo. The register was ikcpt by Mrs, Guy Freeman. After a wedding trip to New rleana, Ln., Ihe couple will live Jin Austin, Tex. For travel the bride wore a powder blue Irish linen suit wilh Kelly green and buff accessories and the roses from her bridal bouquet. ZENITH PERFECTS TINY HEARING AID CHICAGO, MARCH 15G5--Zenith Kadio Corporation has announced that they have perfecled a liny Hearing Aid t h a t eliminates the need for any cord.i. wires, tubes, or any kind of connectors. 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