Beverly Bond Ballinger wedding Jul 7, 1968 JS
Miss Ballinger, Mr. English. Are Married In a wedding marked with simplicity, Miss Beverly Bond Ballinger and Charles Patrick English pledged their wedding vows at First Methodist Church on Sunday June 23 at three o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Jack Bal linger of Brownsville and Mrs. Robert Scott and Selle English, both of Brownsville, are par ents of the groom. The Rev. W. T. Barnes, pas tor, officiated and wedding mu sic was presented by Mrs James Mann, organist, Mrs Paul Allen of Memphis, pianist, and Mrs. Joe Wheeler Powell soloist. The bride, given in marriage by H. C. "Jack" May of Jackson, Jackson, was lovely in a wedding gown of Cell silk taffeta with rKTillllllii7;i wm . al I I i u i I WW I MM .11 Iff ii - - i 3iJ mm white organza embroidered in medallions. The gown featured a bateau neckline, long sleeves and a cage skirt. As a head piece she used a mantilla of French silk illusion bordered lavishly with quipure lace. Her bridal bouquet was of white Butterfly roses. Miss Kathie Silverstein and Miss Terrie Silverstein, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silverstein, served as maids of honor. Mrs. Tommy Davis of Jackson, the former Miss Cyn dee Sowell, served as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Phyliss Stoots, Miss Sara Jean Pierce, Mrs. Daniel Knapp of Nashville and Miss Polly Scott, sister of the groom. Junior Junior bridesmaids were Miss Belinda Ballinger, sister of the bride, and Miss Beth Buntin of Jackson, cousin of the bride. All feminine attendants wore identical dresses of spring-av spring-av spring-av ocado green silk. The floor length dresses were fashioned with A-line A-line A-line skirts and flowing panels in the backs. Their shoul der-length der-length der-length veils were held in place with clusters of daisies. They carried spring bouquets of pink carnations and daisies tied with velvet tubing. Mike English, brother of the groom, served as best man, and groomsmen were Bobby Baxter of Nashville, Jimmy Stuart, Douglass Smith, Harold Kelso, Tommy Davis of Jackson, Billy Hood, and Tommy Timbs. Immediately following -the -the wedding, Mrs. Ballinger wel corned guests into Culver Hall wearing a blue silk sheath with a jacket. Mrs. Scott, mother of the groom, chose a beige cotton lace with valvet trim. Both mothers had corsages of white orchids. The reception room was decorated with magnolias and gardenias. Candles burned in silver candelabra, and the bride's table was overlaid with a satin cloth and draped with candlelight illusion caught at intervals with bouquests of gar denias and stringed smilax. Centering the table was a hand some candelabrum decorated with white roses and stock. The tiered wedding cake and silver punch bowl were encircled with gardenias, and nuts and mints were also served. Assisting with the hospitalities hospitalities were Mrs. Bessie Arwood, Mrs. E. S. Cates, Mrs. C. C. Ballinger, Mrs. Dixon Hood, Mrs. Jake Maddox, and Mrs. McFARLAND INTERIORS, Inc. Interiors Designed Just For You 118 No. Church St. Jackson, Tenn. 424-0762 424-0762 424-0762 W. A. Worthy. Mrs. Newton Bond, maternal grandmother of the bride, wore a pink sheath with matching accessories. accessories. Mrs. Bernard Lanier and Mrs. C. B. English, grandmothers grandmothers of the groom were also present. Mrs. English chose an afternoon dress in blue and Mrs. Lanier's dress was of beige cotton lace. Among the out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mrs. Le-roy Le-roy Le-roy Webber, W. T. Bond, Mrs. Merlin Harlan, Mrs. Paul Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Robert R. Ellis, Miss Mary Goldschmid, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maddox, Paul Allen, Mrs. Chester Chester Herbers, J. E. Johnson, Mrs. John Higgins, Mrs. Billy Jean Belt, all of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cates, Gates, Term. ; Mrs. C. C. Ballinger, Ripley: Jack Duvall, Mrs. Don Bevis, Mrs. John Webb, Ripley; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buntin, and Barry Buntin, Mrs. Bessie Arwood of Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyton, Molly De- De- berry of Humboldt; Paul Bal linger of Huntingdon; Mrs. Tom Baker and Mrs. R. T. Kea- Kea- ton, Bruceton. For traveling, the bride chose a green checked suit with matching accessories and a corsage of roses. After the wedding trip to Ft. Walton, Fla., they will be at home at 118 N. Wilson in Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Selle English entertained with a rehearsal dinner for their son, Pat English, English, and his bride, Beverly Bal linger, on Saturday night, June mm I 4.J - 1 I 7 f llllillllillfe triii iiiwn niT - 1 i ..i . . - MR. AND MRS. CHARLES PATRICK ENGLISH 22nd at Harvey's in Browns ville. Forty guests enjoyed ham and barbecued chicken served from a lavish buffet table. The guests were seated at tables decorated with heirloom crystal containing containing magnolias and flanked by silver candelabras. Ivy lined the center of the tables in which over fifty cape jasmine were entwined. The hostesses presented the bride with a silver cake knife to be used for cutting the wed ding cake on Sunday. The bride presented gifts of silver to Mrs. J. S. Marks, wedding director, Mrs. James L. Mann, organist, Mrs Paul Allen, nianist. and Mrs. Joe W. Powell, soloist. The groom then presented nis groomsmen with sterling key chains. The bride and eroom exchanged their wedding gifts to each other. Mrs. Scott introduced the guests and explained their rela tionship to the happy occasion. After which they departed to the church for the wedding rehearsal. rehearsal.