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4 C&e CIarfontfDjft Jackson daily news - IFCTION C Sunday, November 15, 12 ;-v ;-v ;-v : i . ;? v I , ; ' ' I - - 1 ' ",. V ' !, 4 - t ' , - 4 , ; I r PA I V ' ' s r '$ s'h ti4 4' ' I Mary Lane Hart Becomes ' Bride Of Johnny M. Reed WearinR a.floor-lenRth a.floor-lenRth a.floor-lenRth wedchns door. Others assisting in wrving pnwn of Chantilly lace featuring a and receiving at the reception scalloped mckline pearls and crystals '. n r MRS. JOHNNY MOORE REED before her marriage Thursday at Robinson Street Baptist church, was Miss Mary Lane Hart Horrell Photographers MRS. BARTLETT B. CLARK a lovely November bride, was formerly formerly Miss Patricia Jean Goulet, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Goulet Photo by Merchant were Miss Pat Holler, Miss Mary Carole Hart, Miss Eleanor Big-gers, Big-gers, Big-gers, Miss Betsy Rankin, M i s 1 John F. Gussio Jr. and Miss Jan Biack, niece of the bridegroom. For traveling the bride wor a ! thrpe-piece thrpe-piece thrpe-piece costume suit of aqua i . r : wool knit with a white fur hat, exchanged before,,, , . . . KU liUn K dcxtui ic nu ijic witiuvi ed;d with Miss Mary Lane Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lane Hart, became the bride of Johnny Moore Reed, son sf Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Reed Jr. of Jackson. Vows wera a background ot greenery ano from her brjdal bouquet. white tapers in graduated candel- candel- j f-0ow f-0ow f-0ow ing a wedding trip to New Orleans and the gulf coast abra. The Rev. Wy'ie M. Peebles officiated the double ring ceremony ceremony at the Robinson Road Baptist chweh. Misic was presented by Mrs. J. P. White, vocalist, and Mrs. rm Elliot, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Chantilly lace and taffeta'. The bell-shaped bell-shaped bell-shaped skirt featured hem-l:ne hem-l:ne hem-l:ne scallops, and double panels of taffeta, caught to a eommer- eommer- the couple will reside on Alta Woods Boulevard and continue their studies at Mississippi college college where both are juniors. On the eve of the wedding the parents of the bridegroom-elect bridegroom-elect bridegroom-elect entertained at a rehearsal supper at Johnny's restaurant. The bride-elect bride-elect bride-elect wore a white wool jersey dress embroidered with large pink flowers. bund, formed the chapel train. The bride s butterfly veil was at- at- Steven GofV Hubbard Clark-Goulet Clark-Goulet Clark-Goulet Vows Said At Saint Richard's Church Miss Patricia Jean Goulet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry j J. Goulet, and Bartlett Buford ; Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.j Leonard Clark Jr., were united in marriage at St. Richard's Catho- Catho- j lie church. The Rev. George E. Uricheck performed the double ring ceremony. Stewart Green-well Green-well Green-well and Vincent Coleman served altar boys. Mrs. Helen Swann, organist, and Mrs. Albert R. Lammers, soloist, soloist, presented the nuptial music. Massive arrangements of white fhrysanthemums in gold church vases and gold candelabra hold-; hold-; hold-; ing glowing tapers adorned the main altar with matching ar- ar- rangements on the side altars, j train. Re-embroidered Re-embroidered Re-embroidered Alencon lace studded with looped crystal beading and pearls accented the bodice and side folds. A crown of matching lace and pearls held the bride's fingertip veil of imported silk illusion sprinkled sprinkled with seed pearls. Her bouquet bouquet was of orchids, centered with a snow-white snow-white snow-white orchid and trimmed with leaves on which seed pearls were sprinkled, Miss Carol Goulet, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. A. IiCon-ard IiCon-ard IiCon-ard Clark II, sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law of the bridegroom, Mrs. David F. Fon-dren Fon-dren Fon-dren Jr., and Mrs. David Clement. They wore identical cherry red street-length street-length street-length dresses of Alencon al blue chiffon sheath with match ing hag and accessories and a hat of blue and lavender shaded velvet velvet leaves and flowers. Her corsage corsage was a white orchid with a purple throat. The bride's grandmother grandmother was attired in raspberry sheer wool jacket with which she wore a white mink-tail mink-tail mink-tail hat. Her corsage was a white orchid. The mother of the bridegroom wore an afternoon dress in celery celery green silk alpaca with accessories accessories in emerald green and a green orchid corsage. The bridegroom's bridegroom's grandmother chose a royal royal blue silk linen jacket dress and matching flower hat. Her corsage was a white orchid. Albert Ieonard Clark II, of Jackson, Tennessee, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers Ushers were R. I. Prichard III, Donald Donald Gaddis. Joe P. Tubb, David Fulton Fondren and Michael Richard tached to a cluster of orange hlossoms and her bouquet was fashioned of strtcks centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Marvin Jordan attended the bride as matron of honor. She wore a jade green crystalline. Her headdress was a veil encrusted encrusted with sequins and velvet leaves and she carried bronzy and gold chrysanthemums. Marvin Foster attended Mr. Reed as best man. Groomsmen were Lyndle Garrett, Byrd Payne : and Ross Hart, brother of the ; bride, all of Jackson; and Gil- Gil- ford D;ibbs of Quitman. For her daughter's wedding : Mrs. Hart wore an oyster white brocade jacket dress. Mrs. Reed chose a green crepe dress. Both ; mothers wore purple orchids. ! Immediately following the cere-' cere-' cere-' mony the brides parents entertained entertained at a reception in the fellowship j hall. ! The bride's table, covered with orsanza over linen, was centered with the wedding cake and epernettes flanked by candelabra. ; Green streamers were attached to : the table corners. The punch table table was covered w ith an identical ! cloth and held candelabra and similar arrangements as the I bride's table. Palms were placed ; throughout the reception room. Mrs. Wayne Rlack, sister of the at the the daughter, her Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hubbard Jr. of Vicksburg announce the birth of a son, Steven Cary, at j Mercy hospital in Vicksburg. is Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. j Luther Gray and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hubbard, all of Jackson. The infant is being welcomed by a brother, David Michael. at it" ' ' t i y

Clipped from Clarion-Ledger25 Nov 1962, SunPage 28

Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi)25 Nov 1962, SunPage 28
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