MSJ wedding announcement in Cumberland Sunday Times 9 Nov 1952 p. 12
Mrs. John McMullen Jacob —Laurence, Chicago Martha Jane Stanton Bride Of John McMullen Jacob In Chicago Church Ceremony Miss Martha Jane Stanton^ daughter 'of Dr. and Mrs. John Earl Stanton, of 6901 Oglesby Avenue, Avenue, Chicago, became the bride of John McMullen Jacob, Baltimore son of Mrs. William C. Jacob, 515 Washington Street, and the late Mr. Jacob, yesterday in Chicago. The ceremony was solemnized a1 11:30 a. m. in St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, at a nuptial mass, with Hev. Michael J. McKeough, dean of St. Nobert's College, De- Pere, Wis., cousin of the bride, officiating. The Papal Blessing, received from Pope Pius XII, was bestowed on the couple. The bridal party included Mrs. Jason T. Smith, sister of the bride, as matron of honor; Miss Helen Jacob, Washington, sister of the bridegroom and Mrs. John W. Stanton, Chicago, sister-in-law of the bride, as bridesmaids. William C. Jacob, Toledo, Ohio, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man, and John W. Stanton, Stanton, brother of the bride, John P. Mackey, Cumberland, cousin of the bridegroom, V. Holt Livesay and Jason T. Smith, brother-in-law of the bride, were usheri. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of dulcette satin in a deep antique ivory tone, fashioned with illusion neckline featuring a self necklace of bingle beads and pearls. The bouffant skirt extended into the traditional court train. Her veil of bridal illusion, was caught to an ivory pearl crown of orange blossoms. She carried ivory roses and stephanotis. The attendants' gowns were pistachio pistachio shade of bengaline, made with three-quarter sleeved Jackets featuring marmot mink edged necklines. They wore headpieces of matching fur, and carried red "Happiness" rose* with Chinese evergreen. t.-. Mrs. Stanton, mother of^ the bride, wore « rose-beigs taffeta dress with a corsage of brown cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Jacob, mother of the bridegroom, bridegroom, was attired in.a dark green satin costume and wore a corsage of orchids. Following the ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Stanton entertained with a breakfast and reception at the South Shore Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob left by air for Bermuda following the reception. reception. For traveling the bride wore an amethyst colored suit with brown accessories and a pink- mauve hat. * Upon their return the couple wil reside at 4412 Marble Hall Road, Baltimore. The bride is a graduate of St, Xavier Academy, Chicago, and o: Trinity College, Washington. The bridegroom was graduated from CranweU Preparatory School, Mass., and Georgetown University, Washington. He served in the Navy during World War II. Mr. Jacob, a CPA, is associated with the auditing firm of Haskins and Sells, Baltimore. Out-of-town guests attending included included besides Mrs. Jacob, Mrs. Henry Mackey, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mackey, Miss Louise McMullen, John J. McMullen, Mrs. Francis Torrington, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. McMullen, all of Cumberland; Miss Helen Jacob, Washington; Miss Sarah Boyles, Ponca City, Oslo; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Stanton, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jacob, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond C. King, Toledo, Ohio; and Dr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Jacob, Pittsburgh. Volley Road Club Elects Three Officers The Valley Road 'Homemakers Club nominated and elected three new officers and observed Achievement Achievement Day at the meeting Wednesday Wednesday at Central Y.M.C.A. Mrs. Karl Bachman presided. Mrs. Charles DeBouck was elected elected vice president; Mrs. C. F. Sweitzer, secretary and Mrs. Thomas F. Jones, assistant secretary. secretary. The nominating committee was comprised of Mrs. Irene MacDonald. MacDonald. Mri. L. H. Shafferman and Mrs. R. D. Bortz. The program included the reading reading of the collect by Mrs. R. D. Nave, the singing of "Swing The Shining Syckle," by the group, with Mrs. Frank Perdew at the piano, with Mra. B. L. Moreland conducting. A memorial wat held for the ate Mrs. Doris Schulte, with Mrs. John S. Cook reading a poem; Mrs. VIoreland singing, "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," and Mrs. A. E. Kesecker Kesecker leading in prayer. Forty members answered roll call, "how long have you been a member of the Homemakers?"