SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Ronald Henderson Claims Lynne Carver as Bride MRS. RONALD HENDERSON DERIDDER (Spn - Ronald Henderson claimed Lynne Carver as his bride at 7 p.m. May fl, in IhQ Wesley Methodist Church of DcRiddcr. The double ring service was conducted by the Rev. Raymond Crofoot, pastor. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George Carver and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moses, all of De- Ridder. For her wedding, the bride wore a floor length gown of Chan!illy lare over peau cie soie. Miniature seed pearls and sequins highlighted the scalloped front neckline. Her fingertip veil of pure silk illusion was secured by a tiara of pearls and crystals. She carried a cascade of stephanotis and phalaenopsis orchids on a white Bible. Her only jewelry was a single NO MATTER HOW CAREFUL YOU AUK, SOMETHING CAN" HAPPEN TO i'OUR CAR THAT WILL COST YOU MONEY. YOUR BEST PROTECTION IS OUR INSURANCE! FRED A. HART INSURANCE, INC Goylc Building 502 Broad Phone HE 3-3623 5'1 Years Reliable Service 'strand of pearls. She was given in marriage by her father. Attendants were Merikay Slu- art and Tommy Mtirr. Miss Sluart wore s pink silk organza and taffeta dress with matching headpiece. She Tarried a nosegay of pink carnations. Flower girl was Belinda McDonald. Ushers and candlelighters were Lee Carver, brother of the bride, and Bynom White, cousin of the groom. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall following the wedding. Members of the housepar- ty were Lou Ann Henderson, sister of the groom, Mrs. Larry Thlgpen, sister of the bride, Mrs. 0. C. Torrans, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Orle White, aunt of the groom. Tea girls were Linda Granfham, Barbara Thornton, Ann Whittington, Brenda Kraft j and Wilma Kimsey. | The groom's sister, Connie Moses, registered the guests. The bride is a senior at Do- Ridder High School and will be ! a 1064 graduate. The groom is a lOfil graduate of the same school and he attended North; western State College. He is serving in the U.S. Air Force and will leave next month , for duly in Germany. Mrs. Henderson will joir her husband later. Larry Robinson's ANNUAL MONEY SAVER Ideal far gifts! A family treasure for all time! Get the family together and get Dad and Mom, Sisters and Brothers, Aunts, Uncles, Grand- folks, and come in tqday. We're giving a special award to the largest family group to take advantage of this portrait offer! 11x14 REGULAR $16.50 VALUE (YOU SAVE $15,52) • NO STRINGS ATTACHED • NO CHARGE FOR DRAPES • NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR FULL LENGTHS OF CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS • MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS • ONLY ONE OF ANY KIND PER PERSON OF FAMILY EACH 6 MONTHS UNLESS ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ORDERED This Offer Good Thru June 3rd 937 Ryan OK PHOTOGRAPHER' 7 Mrs. Gorm/y, Grand Regent Of her Officers of Local CD/4 Court Named Mrs. Ella Gormty heads the slnte of officers elected recently by Court Lady of the Lake No. 695, Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs, Gormly. grand Regent, will be Installed at Hie June meeting with other new officers: Mrs. Barbara Campbell, vice regent; Inez Schindler, prophetess; Mrs. Marvin Jorge n s e n, financial secretary; Mrs. James Black, historian; Mrs. Jerome Scalisi, treasurer. And,. Mrs, Evanna Newton, lecturer; Mrs. E. J. Guillory, sentinel; Mrs. Valid a Bodin, monitor; Mrs. Lucille Smithers, organist. Trustees selected by the group are Mines. J. D. Richard, L. J. Whecldon, p. L. Miller. Ted Miller, Frank Taylor and Miss Grace Taylor. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Louis II. Bbudreaux is chaplain. Miss Schindler, chairman' of a dinner to be given on June 7 in honor of Samuel Jacobs, newly ordained local priest, reported that all committees have made arrangements and that over 100 guests are expected for the occasion. Mrs. Smithers, Misses Schindler and Taylor are members of Committee Chairmen Lisfed by BSP Chapter flic committee who will have the Knights of Columbus hall repainted for the* dinner event. Members of ttie court were invited to hold their annual picnic, July 5, at the Big Lake camp of Mrs. Flavia Reeds. Secret sisters will be revealed during the picnic and all are urged to attend. Mrs. Gormly reported on the 21st bi-annual CDA convention held recently in Baton Rouge, and attended by nine members of Court Lady of the Lake. The 1966 convention will be in Shreveport. Msgr. Boudreaux spoke on "May— Mary's Month", and stressed Increased devotion to tiie Blessed Virgin Mary who is the patroness of the United States. \M®lba Is BrMe Of f fern Hebert JF* Melbs Jane- Pearson became the bf ide of. Flofn Hebert Jr. on Friday, May 15, in a ceremony at tile home of the groom's par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Hebert Si\ of this city. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearson of this city, was given in marriage by her father. The Rev. Rene Saltzman of the Big Lake Tabernacle offi« ciated at the rites. The newlyweds wilt make their home in Lake Charles where he is employed. Some good cooks like to let their pastry for pies "rest" about 10 minutes before rolling it out. Welcomed By PEO Chapter Mmes, George Price, A. c. Kirkpalrick and John P. Seeba were welcomed as neW' members of Chapter- AD of Flo at a recent meeting In the home of Mrs, Jasper w. Jones, West Lake. The meeting was the last chapter gathering for the sc- som Mrs. R. W. Price, president, announced that the first meeting of 1984-65 wilt be September 23. Following the business session, a covered dish luncheon was served. Mrs* Jerry Burke, a newcomer to the city and member of a New Orleans PEO group was a visitor at the meeting. Gamma P> chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Bobby Gauthreaux recently. Co-hostess was Mrs. Donald Sigur. Committees for the coming year were named as follows: Courtesy, Mrs. Wallace Foy; notification, Mrs. Bill Barras, Mrs. Sam Battaglia, and Mrs. Tony Cantu; program and librarian, Mrs. Willie Cox; scrapbook, Mrs. Richard Heinmings; publicity, Mrs. Loyd Stakes and Mrs. Bob Ward; service, Mrs. David Hunter. Also, social, Mrs. Sigur; ways and means, Mrs. Hammings and Mrs. Gauthreaux; yearbook, Mrs. Lewis Gonzales and Mrs. Cantu; yardstick, Mrs. Gauthreaux; photographer, Mrs. Hemmings. Mrs. Cantu was appointed parliamentarian. Members, husbands and guests gathered for a weiner ; roast out at Davidson Park, the j May social. \ The June social will be an Hawaiian Luau on June 13 to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roy, 1519 13th St. j It was announced that a swim-! ming party is being planned also for the month of June by the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi: which will be hosted by XI Rho ' and Xi Epsilon chapters. All' ten chapters belonging to the | City Council will attend. ' The chapter scrapbook chairman, Mrs. Lewis Gonzales, displayed the scrapbook which will be entered in toe contest at the state convention to be held in Bossier City, May 29, 30 and 31. The chapter will have three delegates attending the convention. The program on "Home Building and Planning" was presented by Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Hemmings. Mrs. Caldwell Is Rice Cook Finalist Mrs. W. L. Caidwell of Route 4, Box 260, Lake Charles, in the Gillis area, will represent Calcasieu parish in the finals of the first "rice homemaker" award program to be held June 24 in connection with the annual meeting of the Louisiana Rice Council. The finals will be held in the Rice Festival Building iji Crowley beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sponsored by the Rice Council: for Market Development, the award program will honor housewives who not only ex-1 hibit Ilieir skills at preparing' special rice dishes but who are active in community affairs and , in the promotion of rice. Par-i ish winners were chosen earlier ' this year. Dudley Johnson of Sulphur, Calcasieu parish homemaker award chairman, issued a special invitation to all Rice Council members and their families to attend Hie annual meeting, Scout Executive To Visit Vernon LEESVILLE (SpU - R. 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