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June 11, 1963

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fUfS&AY, JUNE 11,1963, Leke Ctrerte American Fr» Sulphur Bride Is Mrs. WflBiffi , WwfdJftg wSS tt BVBtt ttf JOBS 8 in th% duplKiF Pit $t tXjM^U^A &fu0*^w!L riMfeA bjtifex^^Ki4 ^t Baptist cnnren, was nonoreu at a Mirabiftf d pfwrnpHal coffipli- . The fontiw Jtrfith Arlene AHl- sofi.^tighter ef Mr. tart Mrs. Hatfnon D. Allison of Sulphur, she •was feted at a ntisceHane- 6ns showtf held in the church. Hostesses were Mines. 6. E. Cov- iagtea, Garland Mashbum, W. E. Smith, A. J. Hewitt, Guy Settoofl of Sulphur and Mrs. Billy Wayne Smith of Lake Charles. The Sulphur home of Mrs. W. E. smith was the scene of another pre-weddittg compliment for the new bride. Co-hostesses were Misses Carol Smith, fief- nice Louvier, Kathy Barth, Bonnie Trahan, Mickey Shirey and Cathy teBlanc. A rehearsal supper for ft* cro- pte was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Jataes feltetier, ftothe of fl« groom, and by Mr. and Mrs. home in Sulphur. Attending th* rehearsal feitivi- ties were members of the wtd- ding party, and the Rev. aid Mrs. Joe fiartlett and the Rev. N. J. Abraham of Sulphur, as well as a number of out of town guests. Wedding guests were received in the Sulphur Baptist chtnth social room fllowing the 3 p.m. nuptials. The newlyweds are hofleyffieoB- ing in Mississippi, and win return to make their home in Lake Charles where the groom is a pre-Med student at McNeese State college. He is a member of Blue Key fraternity. Mrs. William Luther Stewart Boston Is New Home of Couple DERIDDER (Spl.) - The First Baptist church in DeRidder was the scene of the wedding Saturday, June 1, at 5 p.m.. of Miss Judy Carol Brown and William Luther Stewart II of Boston, Mass. The parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brown of DeRidder and Dr. and Mrs. William Luther Stewart of Alexandria. The vows were heard by Rev. Emory Wallace, pastor of the church. Mrs. Grady Kyle was the pianist and John Cunningham sang the nuptial solos. The can- dlelighters were Roy and Michael Brown, brothers of the bride. Attending the bride were Miss Veda Davis of Baton Rouge, maid of honor, Miss Paula Jones of Shreveport, bridesmaid, end Mrs. Eugene C. Hanchey of Houma, matron of honor. They wore dresses in delicate rainbow shades. Mr. Brown gave his daughter in marriage. Her dress of ivory peau de soie featured a front panel hand-embroidered with padded lace and pearls. Her shoulder length veu was held by a coronet of pearls. She carried a white orchid on a Bible surrounded by white roses and stephanotis. The Bible enclosed a lace handkerchief made by the groom's grandmother. The groom's father was best man. Groomsmen were Lyle Bufkin and Kenneth Funk both of Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart received friends in the parlor of the church. Mrs. G. E. Henry and Mrs. Eunice Youngblood served in the houseparty. Mrs. Jerry Wells of Lake Charles registered the guests. Assisting-wire Linda and Brenda King of Alexandria, nieces of the groom, and Marilyn Burton and Martha Ann Carter. The couple will reside in Groton, Mass., where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Army. He is a Bolton high school graduate and studied electrical engineering at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute and Auburn University of Alabama. The bride is a graduate of De- Ridder high school and Louisiana college. She holds a bachelor of Fine Arts degree, and was a member of Kappa Pi national art fraternity. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Qrandma WitK Young Ideas Bf COUNT MARCO fi yTJfiflPt flu ivtfigi AffltflciB MMUMfMtf JWI ttBUUfy OB We fll OBCt InttljB: iR 00tffid fhi nocmi Utktd 0! fls C& 'A4K 10 an mm AIM; or, it ttmte Rowe (fid, ywfiad a «w interest tt |•£ A 4f*h 1tt^H^ ^i*^^ * " ~ * on. sin. nowc juuwu band id a t*«id4Ww business.... Wt§ ami Mipw n&kt a success Not an American WWMH are ti&M* Al^HHHfc A^nS l^^^KlAt^AA ^M4Afl lazy* srappy ana fflenicient, even though you may think I fhttk so. Mrs. Howe, a grandmother three tines over, walled until her daughter was gitivtn and < „ from boffle before she tackled the problem of wot king. And she didn't do it just be- nMS flwNWu ttttftey I of WW Mrs. Foy Rhodes Rhodes-Whiddon Rites Revealed MRS. JOHNNY C. TAVENEY Mr. and Mrs. Johnny C. Taveney (Danya Merit Mire) exchanged wedding vow* June-I in Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic church. Rt. Rev. W»0r. Irving A. DeBlanc officiated at the 4 pan. rltet. Mr. and Mrs, John Da» Mire of this city are pareiUi of the bride, and the groom t* the son of Mrs. Fred Knispel of this city and the late Jota Taveney* DERIDDER (Spl.) — Miss Carolyn Sue Whiddon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burley Whiddon of DeRidder, and Toy Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hennigan of Merryville were married in the First Baptist church at Merryville Saturday, June 1, 8 p.m. The officiating minister was Rev. Bobby Slayton of Port Neches, Texas. Dr. Victor Lee was the soloist and Mrs. Leonard Stark was pianist for the nuptial music. Lighting the candles were Miss Diane Whiddon, the bride's sister, and Miss Juanice Jackson. The bride's attendants were her sisters, Misses Eita and Cassie Whiddon, and Miss Doris Smith. Their gowns were in rainbow tints. The bride's gown of white satin and lace was made with a deeply scalloped neckline and long sleeves of lace. Her veil was held by a crown of seed pearls and she carried a cascade of white carnations. Miss Debbie Graham of Eliza- betb was the flower girl and John Jackson carried the rings. Best man was Huey Dubose of Oange, Texas, uncle of the bride. Groomsmen were Johnny Fred Whiddon. the bride'i brother, and Billy Jo Whiddon, her cousin. The ushers were Jimmy Gail Whiddon and EzeU Jackson, At the reception, held at the Merryville community center, Mrs. Terry LaCaje and Mrs. EzeU Jackson served, Mrs. J. B. Whiddon presided at the guest took, Assisting the hostesses were MlM Terry LaCaze and Miss JanetU Smith. The young couple will mak their home in Orange. Mrs. Winston Richard Hayes HdyeS'Povche Vows Exchanged Miss Marie Ann Porche Winston Richard Hayes were united in marriage on June 8 at 10:30 a.m. in the Boulevard Bap- ist church. Rev. T. V. Owens officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Porche and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hayes, all of this city. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal length gown of Chantilly lace, fashioned with elongated waist, scoop neckline, and long tapered sleeves. The scalloped edge of the neckline was outlined with seed pearls and sequins. The bouffant skirt was cut in deep scallops letting cascades of tulle through. Miss Gloria Judd was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sandra Kohler and Carol LaBarre. They wore frocks of pale pink organza over taffeta designed with bell- shaped skirts and lace jackets. Their headdresses were pink veiled tiaras and they carried old fashioned roses. • Candlelighters were Jimmy Hobbs and Bob Hanchey. Robert Dale Hayes was best man. Groomsmen were C. G. Babin and Barry Pierce. Ushers and were Bob Hanchey and Jimmy Hobbs. more household gadget to open a larger size can of beans; she did it to build a more solid to- ture than ever with her husband As secretary-treasurer .of Howe Services, Mrs. Howe travels eon stantly with her husband, ana lyting, studying and creating safety messages for women in Indus- ty through the dramatic use o high fashion colors. She studies the newest fashion trends here am abroad, then incorporates them into message displays with an im pact. But we didn't confine our lunch eon talk exclusively to safety; w It ts Mrs. Bawl's esfitfflfiaittll a wife ft no wort perffei ftM at hti&lwBKl, and R is Sw tnw analyttg nit BWR f ffifts the iKisbaiid to otweuFBi hi*. "the right wife mm $m ft ifig to annoy her RUSMBQ, sne claims, which, of course, is Just what I've always maintained. Instead of heaping aO the little miseries into little piles arid Urowing them into his face *ht» »e comes home wtpectini peace, quiet and a bit of loving, pfle fia all the good things yon can think of and be happy you have suck a perfect specimen around the bouse. ~» After all, as Mrs. Howe , he's as perfect as you are, _ you are pretty perfect, aren't CRADDOCK RErRlOtHAttON Yttttf AwwMwev Friedrieh Dealer HAS MOVED TO * 810 E. Prien lakt New Plume GR7-6664 Open Till 7 P.M. Dally A reception was held immedictt • ly following the ceremony at tic church. Members of the hcusesai- ty were Mmes. Kyle, Curtis .Vjj tenot and C. M. Kobedea-n. After a wedding trip to Pm-r- cola, Fla., the.couple wiu home at 2620% Common. The bride is a graduate of I*<Grange high school. The •»/.«•?• is a graduate of LaGranc». r: is attending McNesee cr. where he is majoring in • administration. New Toilet Bowl Cleaner lleachesl Disinfects! Deodorizes Yet Hands Never Touch Water! No work! Just pour, swish & flush! If you leave the capiv, > bolonga sUces, they'll cur' \i:\.\ you heat them in a skiUet li ;. \-i ile butter. You can fill the > <:-.a cups any way you like-wvJi < little thick cheese sauce, sc.ntn- bled eggs or creamed vegcUh'^t, The cups won't hold very much so you can sometimes use up odds and ends of food this fray and have an attractive dish. ••n't Seiil! Sinl-riysh duns whiter, bfl|HI»r with no scrubbing! m^vrm^fk ".*>?v^uvMMMMMwe9nMi^^MM* Bm't H«rt! Suit-Flush btoiehM out stum.. .«ven rust stains. Sinl-flush ••J j-.^j-._i^»..» Ino OtOOOninl rtms**s •«•• htrtf-wittr ttdlM to |l»» yo« (kit tpteltl SANI-. FLUSH »p«r««t. Enjoy Your Vocation HD CLUB NEWS EASTOWN Eastown HP clift met recently w the borne pf Mjs. J. E. Falk for a temoafitratwn on picture framing and placement by Mrs. fluth Hernandez.' Members were reminded to participate in the dairy .recipe con- t«st durmg.Joae Pairy 1 A national void needlework cpteft wiU be held at the parish fair ifi Qptpfegr. San* kamarffaa, that coatribu IPT « fansijy who lo$t their ho»e by fo« my ffi tb* (dub workshop FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT 8TH STREfT SALON OF IIAUTY Cow» I» And ReoWtr Ftr Our Valutblt Grwd Opwlftfl Pttli An Bawti Wtlfb Oft, 4«tD* t»«H t§ »w.y JULY JWk. Nfl 1Mb «4 We Are Happy to S*fv» VMI »W* idiflit VfHT BmtaMM Street SALON of BEAUTY •>«. , IM! IMl UNI IHI • Mk Oif TlfHTTfft Tflfflr* Alt Tak* «lan§ your Community Coffte if you will vocation outtidt... Louisiana! When-on vacation if you will hot have time or facilities for brewing coffee, may we suggest that you take along the Instant Community Coffee of your choice. You will find instant coffee to be most convenient and when you take your first sip of Community's Instant Coffee you will agree that its delicious flavor provides more satisfaction .and enjoyment than does any other instant coffee. In addi- tionyougetvoluablecoupons on every jar plus Community's money bock guar- if you are not corn- satisfied. Te It