Grandma Judy Engagement Party

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Grandma Judy Engagement Party - Sunday, February I, 1953 GManhii f'mtfcatj...
Sunday, February I, 1953 GManhii f'mtfcatj fnthtri-tar Tele. 3-4411 Classified 3-831 1 Page 5 C jj&ddbiq CbvdJsLblwo. (B&bwthcd fflanhj. Mold Social Spolliqhijhh isJ&sksmd CandklLqhl Double Ring Ceremonies Unite Cor pie Double ring ceremonies, solem nized at the First Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. yesterday, united in marriage Miss Jeanne, Marie Davis and Marion Fonteyn Hatcher. The daughter of the honorable J. flolfe Davis, mayor of Orlando, and Mrs. Davis and the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Hatcher, of Tampa, repeated vows and exchanged rings in impressive rites celebrated in a setting of palms, pedestal baskets of white chrysanthemums and gladioli. Eight 7-branched candelabra holding lighted cathedral tapers cast the only Illumination. A program of wedding music was presented by Miss Joe Berta Bullock, soloist of Bradenton, cousin of the, bride-elect, and Margaret Carter George, organist. Dr. Marshall C. Dendy, former pastor of the church, currently of Richmond, Va., officiated at the nuptials in the presence of a large assemblage of relatives and friends. Tews were marked by bows of white satin ribbon. Th bride entered the church en the arm her father, wh escorted her f the altar end gave her In marriage. She was radiant in her bridal gown ef French chan-tilly lace ever white satin. The molded bodice was covered with lac which was scalloped at the neckline creating an off-shoulder fleet and lace fashioned the long fitted sleeves which ended in calla lily point over the hands. Tiny elf-covered burtons down the back completed the bodice. The voluminous skirt of white satin featured a graduated panel ef lace in a apron effect In front, with laco panel In back cascading te the end of the sweeping coronation train. Her finger-tip length veil ef Imported illusion was attached to a ealot of laco sprinkled with pearls and she carried a white prayer book topped with a white bridal orchid surrounded by lilies ef the valley. The cascade f tulle streemers was tied In lovers' knots. The bride's only Jewelry we single strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Miss Barbara Brewton served as maid ef honor and Mrs. Harold Taylor, of St. Petersburg, the former Miss Helen Holland, was btidesmatron. Miss Julie Phillips was bridesmaid. in attendants gowns were fashioned alike of iris blue lace and nyloBj net The strapless decollet-ages were covered with brief boleros and the bouffant skirts featured hipyokes of lace. They wort matching headdresses. The honor attendant carried an arm bouquet of Jonquils centered with yellow roses and the other attendant carried arm bouquets of lrla iurrounded by Jonquils. Little Caroline Jackson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Leslie Jackson, and cousin ef the bride, was flower girl. She wore a frock f yellow organdy fashioned with t1" :.. I ' I J - A- J ' v :. I jxxv-' - : V- ., 1 1 - " , r f it ; - tf v ' if : At-. C I Jt .... t - c , , , x - . - h I - -' 1 t , " y' - ? xr.:.. Ski vt MRS. MARION FONTEYN HATCHER a nylon net overskirt worn over hoops, and carried a miniature basket filled with yellow rose petals which she scattered in the path of the bride as she entered the church. j Benjamin Boody Hatcher, of Tampa, served as his brother's best man and groomsmen included Rob ert Treat Hatcher, also brother of the bridegroom, of Tampa; and Joseph Rolfe Davis Jr., brother of the bride. Ushers were Nile B. Jester, Wellborn Phillips Jr., William G. Gilmore, Lt. T. Allan Jones Jr., cousin of the bride; and Theodore Lesley, of Tampa. Mrs. Davis chose for her daughter's wedding a majestic blue peau d'ange lace gown, with the bodice embroidered in blue sequins and a full circular skirt. She wore a matching cap-style hat of lace and a corsage of white orchids. Mrs. Edgar Boody, aunt of the hridegroom, wore an azure blue dress with fitted bodice trimmed with rhinestones and draped skirt. Her corsage was also of white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were hosts at a reception Immediately follow ing the ceremony, entertaining at Sorosis House. The club rooms were a bower of flowers with palms and baskets of white blossoms placed strategically. The bride's table, overlaid with an Im ported linen and lace cloth, was Griffin, H. H. Blanchaine, S. P. centered with a tiered decorated wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom and surrounded by white camellias. The two refreshment tables were centered with floral arrangements of white snapdragons, gladioli and roses and three branched silver candelabra were used on each. A memory candle surrounded by white satin ribbon and narcissus burned on the bride's book table. Greeting guests at the door were the Mmes. Earle Dukes, A. W. Roberts, Wilson Reed, Earle G. McLin Jr., John Gresham, J. M. Pedrick, John G. Baker and Clarence A. Johnson. Mrs. Henry S. Jacobs headed the receiving line where the bridal couple, attendants and members of the immediate family received. Presiding at the cake table were the Mmes. John Bennett, John Newsom, Walter Beard, C. W. Hickey, E. G. Langston, Campbell Thornal. Keeping the bride's book were Mrs. Paul Tanner and the Misses Carolyn Mays, Joyce Wetherell, Margaret Nicholson. A background of piano music was presented during the evening by Mrs. Frank Gray and Kenneth Tin-dall. Others assisting were the Mmes. Fount Rion, John Leslie Jackson, T. Allan Jones, aunts of the bride, and the Mmes. W. J. Stood, Wllla Engagement Is Revealed At Gala Tea Miniature red hearts revealed the betrothal of Miss Judith Anne Ellis and Murphy James Foster, lieutenant, LTSAF, at an elaborate tea given yesterday by the bride-elect's mother at the Rosalind Club. Miss Ellis, one of Orlando's most attractive and popular members of the young social contingent, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson Ellis. A native Orlandoan, she received her early education in the Orlando schools and is a graduate of Orlando High School with the class of '49 where she participated in numerous extra-curricular activities. The bride-elect is currently a senior at Florida State University where she Is maoring in elementary education and will receive her degree in June. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi social fraternity, serving this year as house manager, and is president of Village Vamps, exclusive social club on the campus. Miss Ellis was a member of the Tarpon Club, swimming honorary, and in 19S1 represented Central Florida as on of two sponsors for th Orange Bowl game in Miami. Indicative of her popularity was her selection as Sweetheart of Delta Tau Delta at FSU in '51 and she was chosen as Sigma Chi sponsor for the German Club mid-winter formal at the University of North Carolina in '52. Miss Ellis was also a member of the Homecoming Queen's Court at FSU in '52. She made her formal bow to society at the Rosalind Club's tra- ditional New Year's Eve Ball in Mayfield, 1950 and served as a sponsor for sity, he was a wnmieid Goodfellows Charity Ball in Orlan- Kappa Epsilon ! If sZk, ! !- - - !U K ! f . . 'J. . fcm i iPiriinwn ruin miri-nririrr-i-n i imwtniiintrmiTiTiriiwtf- ini-jwinnfi-ii nm(wiiMnnnfarinri--gii rr"-n i lni-.ninjft.hrMii.Hfc-titfirnf7-ia.Lrti.rt.rfwriniiMiiiMftiiWig, mm .mmiiiiiw Wood, Linton Allen, Monroe Summers, Edwin A. Stebbins, Wilton Parker, A. C. Pattillo, A. T. Coith, Arthur Steed, T. A. Claude Wolfe, W. K Jr., Ralph Miller, Pago Busslls,'do in December of '52 MISS JUDITH ANNE ELLIS State University from which he was hearts with the affianced couple's the honoree's god-mother; and the graduated in January of '52 with'names written thereon. . jMmes. Richard Woodruff , Eric a BS degree. While at the Univer-j These were dispensed by the Ravndal, H. T. Fields. Clarence member of Delta Misses Ramelle Ellis, sister of theMagruder. Robert MacLeish, Wil- social fraternity; Howard Sweatt, Merl Heaslcy. Also the Mmes. John L. Winn, Cecil Amos, L. J. Griffin, Donald Holland, E. LeRoy Brewton, Minnie Evans Jones and the Misses Marcia Andersen, Judy Ellis, Elizabeth Hill, Bootie Kennedy, Jean Nydegger, Nancy Rutledge, Lee Peeler, Mary Virginia Wolfe, Marcia Harris, Jean Wetherell, Dorothy Johnson, Helen Lane, Diane Evans, Mary Margaret Howard. Also the Mmes. James Rade-baugh, James Urban, William Coleman Jr., George Patterson and the young Misses Suzanne Parker and Jane Newsom. Scabbard and Society; and bride-elect, Alice Ravndal and Judy Th brid-lct's mother is a past president of th Junior honorary chemistry fraternity Lvagui vr wrianuo inc., ana iici liam Jayne, John T. Branham, father is a prominent local attor ney. Her maternal grandparents ar Mr. and Mrs. Vcrner W. Estes, pioneer family of Orlando; Mr. Estes having served as Mayor of Orlando. Her paternal grandfather is th tat Judg W. H. Ellis, of Tallahassee, a former attorney general of th Stat of Florida, who served as Justice of th Supreme Court of Florida for mor than 25 years, and as Chief Justice for several terms. j Lt. Foster, born in Shreveport,! Blade; Arnold Air George. Alpha Chi Sigma,! Greeting guests at the door dur ing the first hour were Mrs. Coite W. Hill and Miss Mary Branham. I Vaylor Logan, Edwin P. Jones, grand-; while the Mmes. Henry Jacobs and;Frank Murphy, Glen Spears, Roy Louis M. Orr, A. Tinsley West, Walton Rex, Carl Hoffmann. Also the Mmes. Roger Pounds, Mr. Hafcher and his brid later during th even wedding trip to points throughout th stat. Th bridParents, m. T n if ttin c?m t TV f nnsl T T e ing for , Murphy James Foster, of Maryland Texas, where he is taking single e;ss .fnd ho"or6fv, V1 v." t I Plantation Franklin la With his - - . j elects grandmother, Mrs. Ver of interest , Plantation , rranKiin L.a. wun nis engine Jet training and will receive iW F,fps Lt. Foster's maternal father, th lata Judg Robert Roberts, of Minden and Shreveport, La., served for many years on the bench of th District Court and Louisiana Court of Appeals. His paternal grandfather is th latt Murphy James Foster, who served; Louisiana as Governor and as United States Senator. His paternal grandmother resides at Dixi Plantation. Currently, Lt. Foster is stationed at Bryan Air Force Base, Bryan,! Arthur Park greeted guests during the second hour. Th club rooms wr a bower of pastel spring flowers and ported palms. Th tea table, placed in th sun room, was overlaid with a handsom handmade lac cloth and centered with an arrange-mn of pastel blossoms in a silver bowl. Silver candlesticks holding decorated pastet tapers flanked th centerpiece. Receiving guests with the host- bride- ner Crane, John Huttig, Warlow Barr, Joseph Moody, George W. Johnson, Frank Gray, Bludworth Andersen, John. C. Fosgate, Sylvan McElroy, George Newhart, Duncan McEwan, Terry Patterson, Robert Howard, Haldane Huckel, Robert Anderson. BE A MORE GLAMOROUS YOU WITH A 4-WAY HAIR SHARK AND A REALISTIC PERMANENT FROM FORT GATLIN BEAUTY SALON PHONI 451 he resided for several traveled in dov blu jersey two-pitc suit and nubby wool coat. Hr accessories were navy blu and sh wor th orchid from hr bridal bouquet. The couple will be at home after Feb. 15 at 517 DeLaney Park Dr. years in Colombia, South America, g ana wm ieceive w Estes his wings in June. Presiding at the tea table were before moving to St. Marv Parish1 Complete plans for the wedding the Rimes. C. F. Fawsett Jr., frank of Louisiana, where his family has. will be announced later. I a. Smith, John D. Wing and Os- resided for more than 100 years. More than 400 guests were in-; borne Littleford, alternating the He is a graduate of Franklin vitea to cau at me itosauna ciudi hours High School with the class of '47, and attended Virginia Military In stitute. He also attended Louisiana ! club were presented miniature red bride-elect; Mrs. J. W. Simpson, during the party hours, 4 to 6 p.m., Others assisting were Mrs. Her- and upon entering the foyer of the bert Clark, paternal aunt of the MAKE MUSIC LIVE! "HIGH FIDELITY" CAN BE YOURS W. W. SANFORD 64 C. CENTRAL PH.. 3-5269

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  1. The Orlando Sentinel,
  2. 01 Feb 1953, Sun,
  3. Page 35

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