Jeaneane Booth marries Lt John H. Duncan

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Jeaneane Booth marries Lt John H. Duncan - Gittings). . ' SAY CHURCH VOWS [ Jeaneane Boolh...
Gittings). . ' SAY CHURCH VOWS [ Jeaneane Boolh Is Bride of f Lt. John Duncan at Wichita WICHITA FALLS, Sept. 8. -Autumnal -Autumnal bronze, gold and ivory chrysanthemums decoraled - t h e Church of the Good Shepherd, Episcopal, -here for the marriage of Jeaneane Booth of Mineral Wells and Lt. John House Duncan, stationed with the United States Air Force, Shcppard Air Force Base. The" bride is thu daughter ol Mrs. Minniebelle Smith Booth ot Mineral Wells and P. G. Booth of Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Duncan of Houston are parents ot the bridegroom. Dr. Claude A. Bcesley, rector of Ihe church the bride attended during during her school years here, read the double ring ceremony. Attendants were Peggy Stanford, maid of honor; Mrs. Joe Ligon, Fort Worth; Mrs. William Barker, Ji\, Austin; Mrs. Ralph W Knight, 'Dallas; Mrs. John l. Barnard, Jr./ Wichita Falls;. Mary Barcus, Fort Worth; Jacqueline de . Cordova, Cordova, Waco; Bllle B(Jlli. File'.antt Mary Ann Snoddy, bridesmaids. Charles Charles 'W. Duncan, Jr., was best man for his "brother. Groomsmen were Bob Beamon, Ray Moore, Preston Locher, Dale Cheeseman Houston 1 ; Watson Simons, .Donald Cllinn, Tyler; Charles Schreiner, Mountain Home; KimbaM S. \Yat- son, Mt. Carmel, III. Ushers were William .Young Jack Trotter, William Archer, Jr. Houston; Harry Caserla, Tyler; H M. Duncan,. Jr., San Antonio; and William Barker, .Jr., Austin. Given in marriage by her father the bride chose a gown of antique . Ivory satin, fashioned with yoke of sheer Illusion/-It formed-a decolle- , taec and was edged by leaf an- ·pllque, rtelicatejy detailed with tiny pearls. The moulded bodic fastened down . the back-line will self-covered buttons. The bouffan ' skirt -vas styled with cartridge gathers, complemented by a du plicate banding of the leaf anc pearl motif at the waist. The train was cathedral lenslh The French illusion veil fell fc below-fingertip length from shaped calot of pearls.' She car ried a single while orchid, with showers of lilies o! the valle: atop a prayer book. The book wa brought from England for' he aunt's wedding. She also carric two point-lace handkerchiefs, heir looms ol the bride's families. The attendants wore autum: . bronze satin, styled with straples bodices, covered by matching cou stoles. The bodices, fitted, tei sninatcd to deep points at waists he skirls were hill, gatheied by aniers on either side. Their headdresses were scalloped outlets of matching velvet. Green y leaves t r i m m e d with tiny ccented the hat crowns. They arried m u f f s of matching. which were attached pompom lirysanthemums. 'The bride's mother chose a gown f heise chiffon. Her matching hat ·as sheered nylon tulle trimmed ith burgandy brown satin petals The bridegroom's mother chose n azotta blue ClinnAiUy laee gown ver matching lace. Her hat was Batching net and lace. A reception was held at the Vicllita Falls Country Club. The M'irte's table was draped wltli golt ilk, decorated with autumn leaves join* and brdme mums, · silver candelabra and five tiered wedding wedding cake. The couple left immediately aft er the reception by plane for Angeles- f f i r - a honeymoon. .raveling costume was of rtavy lue tissue 'wool by Adele Simp son, Fasluom-d wltji moulded jack it had a double cape collai and long sleeves. They will reside here. The bridi u a -graduate of Wichita Fall Ugh School, Stephens College, the University of Texas. She re-, ceived a degree at the University n 1951 where she was a member of Pi Beta l j hi sorority, a Bluer bonnet Belje, She was a 3050 duchess at the Rose Festival, Tyler. Tyler. She was presented as a debut debut a n t e by the Junior Forum, Falls, and was debutante queen. "The bridegroom is a graduate Scwanec M i l i t a r y Academy the University, where lie received bachelor of business administration administration degree. He "is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsiion and is a n ember of the Bachelors* Cluh, Houston. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Duncan Houston were hosts at the rehearsal rehearsal dinner at the Wichita Country Cluh, Wedding guests included Mrs. Jess Tripp, Dallas; Airs. Mack Hays, Abilene; Mrs. D. C. Harris, . John Ducker, Mrs. Conway, Mineral Wells; Rena Mr*. Frank Lott, Post; Mrs. Terrance Fulner, SI. fxiuis. Mo.; Mrs. Benj Benj a m i n Grogan, Weatherford; R. E. Winger, Fort Worth; Picne, Houston; Jane Anderson, Red Wing, Minn.; Joan Rivers. Elgin; Sally Talley, Rosweli, N. M.: and Sarah Jane Christi. Allen, Corpus

Clipped from Abilene Reporter-News09 Sep 1951, SunPage 33

Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, Texas)09 Sep 1951, SunPage 33
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