Betty Jean Holler wedding plans
Miss Holler Announces Bridal Plans Miss Betty Jean Holler, bride- bride- elect of Hugh Ivy Scott, has completed completed the plans for her wedding which will take place on Saturday, April 5, at 5 p. m. at the First Christian church in Jackson. The Rev. lee C, Pierce,' pastor, will perform the single ring cere- cere- years, die of cancer man oi any other disease." Mrs, Graupner pointed out that cancer is tne nation s numoer two killer, taking the lives of somfc 215,b00 men. women and .children in the United States last year and that one person out of every five is stricken by the disease. Mrs. Graupner requested any women interested in assisting in the Crusade contact her by calling 5 - 0846, or Mrs. Robinson at 6-1291 6-1291 6-1291 or Mrs. Gordin at 2-0177, 2-0177, 2-0177, or Mrs Killelea at 6-4857 6-4857 6-4857 of Mrs. Millice at 3-4916. 3-4916. 3-4916. mony. Mrs. Harmon Alley will be the organist and Miss Betty Jo Davis will be the soloist. Miss Holler will be given In mar riage by her father, Charles Gil bert Holler, and will be attended by her sister. Miss Carolyn Ann Holler, Holler, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Jr., Mrs. Jim E. Parkin and Mrs. Henry Henry Lewis Whitfield. Mr. Scott will be attended by his brother, Clyde C. Scott Jr.. as best man. Groomsmen will be Hen ry Lewis Whitfield, Pat Reeves,! Jimmy Taylor and Bruner i ord. Immediately following the cere mony, Mr. and Mrs. Holler will entertain with a reception in the parlor of the church. Pre-Xuptial Pre-Xuptial Pre-Xuptial Parties Miss Holler was honored at a luncheon given Wednesday at Le- Le- Fleur's by Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Jr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Sr. For the occasion, the future bride wore a spring model black taffeta dress with black and white accessories accessories and a corsage of white carnations carnations and ivy. Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Jr. chose an original palmetto crepe. Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Sr. selected selected a lavender linen dress. Centering tlie luncheon table was a lovely arrangement of carnation and gladiolas. Mrs. Clyde C. Scott, Junior's present to the honoree was an electric electric blender. Place cards were set for the following: following: Mrs. Cecil E. Inman, Jr., Mrs. Charles Peters, Mrs. Don O. Rogers, Mrs. Sam Cocke, Mrs. Charles G. Holler, Miss Betty Jean Holler, Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Sr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Scott Tr. Mrs. Sam Cocke and Mrs. Frank O. Oakes were co-hostesses co-hostesses co-hostesses at a shower honoring Miss Holler. Miss Holler chose a trouseau model shrimp colored linen suit with black accessories. Mrs. Cocke wore a cotton taffeta dress of coca brown and Mrs. Oakes was attired in a beige spring suit. Throughout the house were lovely lovely floral arrangements of spring flowers. A salad plate was served to the following: Miss Mary Lynn Purser, Purser, Mrs. Roger Campbell, Miss Shirley. Hiatt, Miss Polly Becker, Miss Carolyn Holler, Mrs. Charles G. Holler, Mrs. Clyde C. Scott, Sr. and the honoree. The hostesses presented Mist Holler with an umbrella for her trouseau.