BreauX'Pftams Vows Said In Local Catholic Church A cereflMfcy la St Henry's Catholic church united Miss Pati; Ruth Fharrts and Wilson Josepl Breaitt en Saturday, August 12. Tha bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Pharris of Lakft Charles, and the groom is the son of Lyon Breaux of Sweet Lake. The Rev. BUenne Chiasson officiated at the ceremony. Miss Peggy Broussard, organist, provided the nuptial music. The church decorations included an arrangement of gladioli on each side of the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white chapel length gown of taffeta and lace. The fitted bodice was re-embroidered with pearls and sequins. A crown of seed pearls held her veil of illusion. She carried a white Missal with white carnations. Miss Juanita Breaux, sister of the groom, was the maid of honor. She wore a pink lace dress and a small pink hat of the same fabric. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations. ' Miss Wanda Breaux of Sweet PARTY FOR DANCE CLASS A graduation party was held recently for the ballroom dancing class at the High School Recreation Park. Mrs. Georgia Earle was the instructor for the class and she was assisted by Frank Blackburn. There were approximately 40 people at the party. A new class will begin in mid-September. Instruction will be given in American dances. Anyone interested in Joining the class can do so by registering at the recreation center. Lake, was the bridesmaid. Her dress and flowers were identical to the honor attendant's. Walter Lee Breaux, cousin of the groom, was the best man. Louis G. Scallon, Jr., of DeRidder was the groomsman. Mrs. Pharris chose for her daughter's wedding a navy blue dress and white accessories, she wore a white carnation corsage. immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's par* rents. Miss Sharon Bertrand, cousin of the bride, registered the guests. Others assisting in the reception were Miss Joyce Bertrand, Mr. L. G. Scallon, Mrs. Artie Server, Miss Linda Sarver and Miss Brenda Jinks. For a wedding trip to Galveston, Texas, the bride wore a brown cotton sheath dress with beige accessories and a white carnation corsage. The bride is a graduate of Marion high school and the groom is a graduate of Grand Lake high school. They will make their home at 2219 Ninth street, in Lake Charles. Out of town guests were Mrs. R. L. Graham and Becky, of Houston, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gary of Hathaway, Louisiana, and Mrs. and Mrs. L. G Scallon and family of DeRidder.