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Mr. Moss To Claim Bride (Continued from Page 1-B) 1-B) 1-B) 1964 Cotton Carnival. Mr. Moss graduated from Jackson High School and received received his B.A. from Vander-bilt Vander-bilt Vander-bilt in 1958 and his L.L.B. from the same university in 1960. While in hieh school he was a member of Theta Kappa Omega Omega fraternity. He played basketball basketball and was a member of the National Athletic Scholarship Society and the National Honor Society. He served as Class Day orator, was a delegate to Youth and Government, and to Boy's State, and worked on the annual staff. At Vanderbilt the prospective bridegroom was a member of Siffma AlDha EDsilon frater nity. He was employed on the staff of the dean of men as resident dormitory adviser, was a member of the intramural board of V. U. Law School, and belonged to Phi Delta Phi Fraternity. A member of B.P.O.E. and Loyal Order of Moose, he is an 'attorney and partner m the law ;firm of Moss and Benton. Mr. Moss served in the U.S. Air Force and is presently a nonfain in tVio TVnnfCCfA Air Guard. He is a member of the Jackson Golf and Country Club. Wedding vows will be exchanged exchanged on Sept. 3 at the First Baptist Church in Paris.