Weds AF Officer MRS. ROBERT CARL STAUDER Methodist Grads Are Honored DERIDDER (Spl.) - During last Sunday's morning service, the Woman's Society of Christian Service Methodist Church honored the 1964 graduates of the DeRiclder High School, who attend the church. The Rev. Robert Jamieson, pastor, and WSCS members, Mrs. W. B. Graves and Mrs. VV. E. Marsh presented devo- tional books "The Student at Prayer" to Pat Beckom, Betty Crosby, Nancy Barr Fusel icr, Sue Carol Griffiths, Sandra Lee Hayes, Dana Russell, Glynda Welborn, Donna Hensel, Johnny Lewis, Robert Rathburn, Leonard Thomas, Jr., Robert Watson, Guy Herman, John Wcl- born, Ben Mason and John Woolen. Judith Manning Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Allen of Lafayette, became the bride of Lt. Robert Carl Stauder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stauder of Summit, N. J., at 11 a.m. on May 16 in the Lafayette First Methodist Church. The Rev. R. R. Branlon officiated. Mrs. Milton Fox was organist and Tom Jones was soloist. Mrs. David Detloff Johnson of Alexandria, was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Janet Allen of Lafayette, also the bride's sister, Mrs. Gordon Thomas Gill of Lake Charles, her cousin, Mrs. John Edward Boyman of Englewood, N. J., sister of the groom, and Mrs. Alfred Max Stauder of Balboa, Canal Zone, sister-in- law of the groom. The bridal gown of ivory silk peau de sole was fashioned with a decolletage edged in imported re - embroidered Alencon lace, a bouffant bell skirt veiled with garlands of the lace sweeping into a full chapel train, Her pouf veil of ivory silk illusion was secured by a teardrop lace headdress, and she carried a cascade of yellow cymbiciium orchids with while stephanotis and English ivy. Her attendants wore formal gowns of pale yellow peau de sole lopped with brief jackets and circlet headdresses of matching peau de soie. Alfred Max Stauder of Balboa was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were John Edward Boyman of Englewood, Dr. John Wanamaker of Elsah, 111., Capt. William Roselti of Montrose, Colo., and Kenneth Lanier of Paris, France. At the reception at Oakbourne Country Club, the house party included Mrs. A. B. Henshaw, Mrs. William A. Allen, Mrs. Phillip Allen and Mrs. William F. Chapman, all aunts of the bride and from Lake Charles; Mrs. Walter Roberts of Lake Charles, cousin of the bride; Pennye Procter, Linda Lee Rio ketts, Mines. Henry BUsch, Arnold Dahi, J. W. Francisco, Frank Davis, Allan Kimbrough, Earl Thomas, F. L. Ricketts, Kenneth Wilson and Milton Knox, all of Lafayette. After a wedding trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands, the newlyweds will be at home at Lockbourne Air Force Base where the groom is stationed. He attended schools In Mexico City, Mexico, and Summitt, N.J., and was graduated from Principia College, Elsah, III. The bride attended Principia College and was graduated from Louisiana State University where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi social sororitv. No need to add garlic to salad dressing; just rub the salad bowl with a cut clove of garlic before adding the ingredients. HEAD SECRETARY— Mrs. Carolyn. B. Pollard was recently elected president of the Calcasieu Executive Secretaries Association, newly iormed organization which held its initial luncheon meeting last week. Installation ceremonies are planned for June. GfiAteefs ; New Members, Hgars Reports At a recent meeting In the! home of Mrs. George T. Lock, members of the Petticoat Squadron were introduced to three new members, Mrs. Don Akin, Mrs. James T. Howard and Mrs. Marvin Gulh. Committee reports were! heard from (lie following: Mrs. Roy W. Best, yearbook; Mrs.' Ray Young, hospitality; Mrs. ! Helen Sparks, membership; j Mrs, Leslie VVillotighby, telephone. Mrs. Roy Brown announced that a covered dish supper and party will be held jointly by the Petticoat and Power Squadrons on June 6 at 7:30 p.m. Introduction of new Power Squadron members will highlight the Contraband Days- event. Mrs. William F i n I c y, presided t, appointed Mrs. Young chairman of arrangements for the supper party. The next meeting of the women's group will be in August at the home of Mrs. John S. VViiitz, Hollyhlll Rcl. Ffg s/iesf Almnds To keep almonds at peak covered container in Ihe feifig alor. For convenience, chop some ahead to use in cookies or, cakes. TICE WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 25 FOR 6UR ANNUAL INVENTORY OPEN TOESDAY 8 A.M. a WEDDING INVITATIONS QUALITY AT LOW PRICES Free Bride's Book With Order ol 100 BEN'S CARD SHOP _MS Ryon, n<?«l to 925 ENTERPRISE BLVD. 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