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all about Jeannette - NEE JEANNETTE HEGWOOD Mrs. Becker Inspires Many...
NEE JEANNETTE HEGWOOD Mrs. Becker Inspires Many Lovely Parties organza best and ceremony the T. were Clear a multi-color their Iowa' Colo, State in the degree He Mainz on a received State of Miss Jeannette Hegwood, now Mrs. Charles Joseph Becker Jr., was entertained with a series of parties prior to her marriage. Mrs. J. Grady Thomas entertained entertained the bride with a linen tea shower in her home on Arbor Arbor Vista. Mrs. Thomas received the guests at the door and presented them to the honoree, who was dressed in a pale blue cotton creation with long sleeves and a bell skirt. Her corsage was of white Shasta daisies. Arrangements of bridal lace aecoratca tne reception rooms. Guests were invited in the dining room. Assisting in serving were Miss Pat Holler and Mrs. Jerry C. Mitchell. The hostess presented Mrs. Becker with a linen table cloth and napkins. Mrs. Becker was honored by Mrs. E. L. Jenkins and her daughter, daughter, Jenny, with a miscellaneous shower in her home on Ridgeover place. PINK MOTIF USED A motif of pink was carried throughout the reception rooms. The guests were presented by Mrs. Jenkins to the honoree, who received them in a trousseau model model of turquoise and white flowered silk with white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. After playing bride's bingo, the following guests were served refreshments: refreshments: Miss Eleanor Biggers, Mrs. Jerry Jerry Mitchell, Miss Mary Lane Hart, Mrs. James Robert Smith, Mrs. Mike Thames, Miss Lynda Fowler, Miss Sue Ellen Schultz, Miss Nancy Arrington, Miss Reba Ratcliff, Miss Anna Dennery, Miss Carolyn Cox, Mrs. Woody Parks, Mrs. C. J. Becker, mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. H. G. Hegwood. The hostess's gift to the hono ree was china in her pattern. Miss Mary Lane Hart, Miss Eleanor Biggers and Miss Mary Carole Hart entertained Mrs. Becker at a luncheon at 901 N. State street. Pink and white carnations carnations featured with traditional traditional bridal bells of satin made up the centerpiece. Mrs. Becker chose for the occasion occasion a white silk linen sheath with a lace hat, with which she wore a white corsage. The hostesses hostesses presented her with crystal and silver in her pattern. The following guests were present: present: Miss Mary Lane Hart, Miss Eleanor Biggers, Miss Mary Carole Carole Hart, Miss Joyce Mondelli, Miss Phyllis Myers, Miss Char-lyne Char-lyne Char-lyne Bailey, Miss Nancy Thomas. Thomas. Mrs. Jerry Mitchell, Mrs. Harold Harold B. Hart, Mrs. Boyce Biggers, Mrs. C. J. Becker mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. H. G. Hegwood, Hegwood, mother of the bride. fi m I TV.-! TV.-! TV.-! - MRS. JAMES RAYMOND DOW was before her marriage to the son of Mrs. Sidney E. Jones of Jackson, Miss Margaret Jean Gurau, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Henry H. Gurau of Des Moines, Iowa. Smitty's Photo. the bridegroom, Mrs. H. E. Hegwood, Hegwood, mother of the bride. The hostesses Dresented Miss A luncheon honoring the bride Hegwood with a singing tea was given by Mrs. tL. A. May kettle. Jr. and her daughter, Miss Helen May, in their home on Alta Woods boulevard. HONOREE'S DRESS The honoree wore a beige linen sheath dress accented with brown and was presented with a corsage corsage of double shasta daisies. The coffee table in the living room was centered with two large wedding bells tied with lilies -of-the-valley. -of-the-valley. -of-the-valley. -of-the-valley. -of-the-valley. -of-the-valley. On the buffet in the dining room were two net ruffled hearts, with ribbon bows and lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. lilies-of-the-valley. Arrangements Arrangements of shasta daisies were used throughout the rooms. The luncheon was enjoyed by the following guests: Miss Mary Lane Hart, Miss Mary Carol Hart, Miss Eleanor Biggers, Miss Sandra Winders, Miss Pat Hollar, Miss Betsy Rankin, Mrs. Jerry Mitchell, Mitchell, Mrs. C. J. Becker, mother of Mrs. Becker was honored with the luncheon in the home of Mrs. James Robert Smilh. The reception reception rooms were decorated with aqua and white flower arrangements. arrangements. For the occasion the bride wore a black silk dress and a match ing black and white coat. She ' presented her attendants with , pearls. The hostess' gift to the honoree ; was china in her pattern. COIN-OPERATED COIN-OPERATED COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING by Westinghouse Now Available At TERRY ROAD LAUNDERETTE Cor. Terry Read ft W. Silas Brown MOVING SOON? Call BOB BALLEW FL 2-0220 2-0220 2-0220 AGENT FOR NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES

Clipped from Clarion-Ledger03 Jul 1962, TuePage 9

Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi)03 Jul 1962, TuePage 9
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