wedding of Carollyn Holler and Buck Jackson
Jackson-Holler Jackson-Holler Jackson-Holler Wedding Held at First Christian of Ruston. and Mrs. ; in of the I the altar. demure nylon net headband Miss Carolyn Anne Holler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert Holler, became the bride of Charles Allen Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Jackson of Jackson, at 6 p. m. on July 17 in the First Christian church, with the Rev. Marc C. Weersing offici ating. The bride, eiven in marriage by her father, wore a traditional gown of tardenia white slipper saun. The scalloped neckline which framed the Grecian Dooice w a s set with large and small peans and rhinestones the bride's full - length veil of illusion was attached attached to a band of rhinestones and pearls. Her flowers were a white orchid encircled by lilies of the valley and tied with satin streamers. Mrs. Hugh Ivv Scott of Cleveland, Cleveland, Tenn., served as the matron of honor and Miss Patricia Holler vas the maid of honor. Brides- Brides- Gilbert 'ora, Imniris Wfr Mrs Jerrv Rodgers and Miss Pa tricia Bruner. J , All of the bride's attendants wore traditionally Colonial dresses in palest pink nylon tulle. The billowy billowy fullness of the skirts over Natchez hopes was emphasized with shirring which swung gracefully gracefully upward toward the sides. Cepelet stoles were worn over the close fitting, tiny waisted bodices. Charming and cool in effect were the snravs of English ivy which the bridesmaids carried. The long tendrils, falling in natural grace, were blended intothe color scheme hv rieftlv aDnlied deeper pink on the tips of the leaves. Garlands of ivy. worn as headdresses naa me same subtle color accent. Robert L. Jackson of Natchez attended attended the bridegroom as best man. Ushers and other attendants were James R. Johnson, Charles H. Barinrau, James E. McAbee, Milton A. Kennon. John Copelandie other and Jerry L. Rodgers Music for the wedding, presented by Miss Sarah Emily Kersh. included included Ave Maria and Through the Years. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church. The bride's table, laid with a lace cloth, was entered with a floral arrangement of spring flowers. flowers. A three - tiered cake, topped The gown white satin. The a flattering scalloped was on the sleeves. nearls with a spray of flowers was placed jand yoke ut one pnd of the table on a silver punch bowl at the other. Crystal candelabra held tall candles. Green and white mints were served served with salted nuts. the bodice sleeves. lent back the long a bridal into the Winers ASSiMins . . l,ontl The g u es t s were W j Her il-Miss Aneva Stevens. Others assist- assist- . . net made iridescents. outlined with ing in entertaining were: Mrs. w. D. R. Stovall, Mrs. S. F. Roberts, Miss Martha New, Mrs. Ted Harris, Harris, Mrs. B. L. Pollock, Mrs. James R. Johnson and Mrs. Robert Robert L. Jackson of Natchez. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson left for a wedding trip to Florida, with the bride wearing an imported novelty novelty cotton dress of dark aqua with a white pique collar and matching Accessories. The bride and bride - elect both attended Central High school and Millsaps. OuU)f-town OuU)f-town OuU)f-town guests for the wedding wedding were Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman of New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Usrey of Monroe, La., and Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Lipsey of Starlington, La The rehearsal supper was given by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Jackson Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ivy Scott in the Jackson home on Grand avenue. A green and white bridal mottif was carried out in the decorations decorations and the individual tables single Her center stephanotis Mrs. floor - and self lace with chid for gown was sunset taffeta, white At The diately the Delta the Ole arrangement reflected the mantel. gladioli stood sun parlor Spotlights refreshment and in were decorated with centerpieces '.centerpieces Samples LOUNGE of white summer flowers. Mrs. Jackson received in an oripinal dress of pink sheer a nd Mrs. Scott chose a powder blue dress of pure silk. The h o n o r e e wore a waltz - length model of copper rice taffeta with black accessories. Friends assisting the hostesses in entertaining were Mr. M. A. Steven and Miss Aneva Stevens. Guest List Given Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. James R. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James E. McAbee Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Rodgers, Mrs. M. A. Stevens. Miss Aneva Stevens, Mr. and- and- Mrs. Charles H. Bari-neau, Bari-neau, Bari-neau, Jr., John Copeland, Miss Carolyn Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Kennon, Miss Patricia Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Holler, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ford, Miss Sarah Emilv Kersh, Dr. and Mrs. Clayton' Overton, Miss Patricia jliams on wed-Holler. Dr. and Mrs. Marc C. ding for lunch-Weersing, Miss Carolyn Holler, I eon. A Charles A. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Uhe Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. cake Mrs. Gilbert Ford entertained sort was with a bridesmaid's luncheon hon- hon- with a oring the bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be and her at- at- principal tendants on July 15 at 1206 Grand: a gift to santhemums Assisting Miss Tankersley. Pennington, Mis Bessie Faulkner, all Thomas and Mrs. and Mrs. Mrs. University; Miss Byhalia For Orleans, blue and with Her from her Mrs. Ariz., for takes Ariz. The in the avenue. The honoree, attired in an original original imported tangerine linen dress and white accessories, was presented a bridal corsage. Mrs. Ford wore a yellow sheer frock ac- ac- Two members several Room C for the asters, cented with blue and white ac.-ilarun ac.-ilarun ac.-ilarun f.pc:nrir Candles Lunch was served from a beau tifully appointed table, laid with a white linen cloth. The centerpiece was a rangement centered with pink and white flowers. The bridal motif was carried out in the place cards for the guests, which were pink miniature miniature bridesmaids, and for the honoree, a miniature bride. As favors, the bride - elect gave her attendants tiny cultured pearl necklaces which were to be worn at the wedding. Guests were: Mrs. J. L. Rodgers, Rodgers, Miss Patricia Holler, Mrs. Hugh Ivy Scott. Miss Patricia Bruner. Mrs. C. G. Holler. Mrs. E. A. Jackson. Mrs. C. F. Stevens, Mrs. B. R. Pollock. Mrs. R. L. rations. Dr. Ruston, bride and bridegroom ar-l" ar-l" ar-l" the bridal and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Collins F. McCall, of T. G. The brown rhinestones. Following members of relatives and out-of-town iZ?P-l iZ?P-l iZ?P-l A,nel? sLcvens nd;the home Miss Sarah Emily Kersh ard Duvall.