June 16, 1963 Shreveport Times.
Brocato-Giles Brocato-Giles Brocato-Giles Nuptials Solemnized at St. John's Married last Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in St. John's Catholic Church were Miss Royce Lynn Giles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Giles of Plain Dealing, and Charles Ronald Brocato, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brocato of Shreveport. Father James I. McEn aney, S.J. officiated at the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony, for which large fan-shaped fan-shaped fan-shaped arrangements arrangements of white gladioli decorated decorated the altar, and jade trees stood at either side. Pews for the families were marked with white satin ribbons. The bride had but one attendant. attendant. Miss Cassandra Donohue, and the bridegroom's father served him as best man. Mr. Giles gave his daughter in marriage. marriage. She was wearing a creamy white silk sheath with silk cording cording in a lattice-effect lattice-effect lattice-effect forming the yoke and brief sleeves. A shaped belt curved from an empire-high empire-high empire-high empire-high waistline in front to a low basque in back, finished with a flat bow in front. Her bouquet was a white orchid surrounded with feathered carnations carried atop her prayer book. She wore short white gloves and her dark hair was crowned with a small white hat with nose veil. Miss Donohue was attired in yellow silk shantung made with a fitted bodice with scoop neckline, neckline, and slim skirt. Her flowers were a cascade of bronze pom 53 pon chrysanthemums. HOME RECEPTION A reception for members of the families and close friends was held immediately following the ceremony in the home of the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Vincent Brocato, on Youree Drive. Later in the day, the couple de- de- parted on a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Ark., after which they will be at home in an apartment on Pierremont Road. Both hold positions in Shreveport. U.S. Farm Items First in Japan TOKYO CPV A. survey of U.S. farm exports by the United States-Japan States-Japan States-Japan Council shows that more U.S. farm products have been sold to Japan in the past decade than to any other foreign country. From 1952 to 1961, U.S. agricultural agricultural exports to Japan totaled $4.2 billion, followed by $4 billion to the United Kingdom, $3.4 billion billion to Canada and $3.1 billion to West Germany. In 1961 alone. Japan accounted for more than 11 per cent of total U.S. farm exports exports valued at $554 million. . 1 KILL CHINCH BUGS CALL LAMBERT'S 868-2761 868-2761 868-2761 Use . on