Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 7, 1964 · Page 20
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 20

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, June 7, 1964
Page 20
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Wells-Best Rites WEEK'S CALENDAR Held in Sulphur MONDAY, JUNE 8 j Charles Lodge No. 1378, meets Alpha Delta Pi alumnae meet every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., 420 Monday, June 8, at 4:30 p.m. DOROTHY BLAIR BOWDEN Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Gua Bowdon of ihia cily have revealed the engagement oi their daughter, Dorolhy Blair, io Robert Louis Cabes, son of Mrs. George Joseph Fanning of New Orleans and ihe laie Louis Jacob Cabes. The couple will exchange vows on August 22 at 6 p.m. in ihe Episcopal Church of ihe Good Shepherd here. MARTHA CAROLYN LYFORD Mr. and Mrs, William E. Lyford announce ihe engagement of Iheir daughter, Martha Carolyn, io Charles Joseph Naiali, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naiali, all of ihis city. The wedding will be an event of Friday, June 19, in ihe University Meihodist Church here. The wedding of Judie Ann Best and William Hurshell Well? Jr. was solemnized June 6 in the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Sulphur. The Rev. Nicholas Abraham officiated. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrew Best of S u V- phur, the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of magnolia silk organza embellished with medallions of antique Brussels lace, and fashioned with a belled skirt and cathedral train. Her shoulder length butterfly veil of imported silk illusion fell from a Juliet cap of. Alencon lace trimmed with rosebuds and seed pearls. She carried a white orchid with rosebuds, lilies of the valley and ivy. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls given her by the groom. Peggy Lynn Best was maid of honor for her sister, and bridesmaids were Joan Wyninger and Ann Olene Covington, all of Sulphur. They wore dresses of azure blue peau de sole with matching veiled circlets, and each carried a colonial bouquet of white carna lions. Lisa Ann Sistnmh o[ L a k c Snacktime Quickie Pineapple Spread Make a pineapple party spread by combining 1 (3-ounce) package cream cheese, 14 cup well drained crushed pineapple and 2 tablespoons finely chopped nuts. Spread on canned dale nut roll, sliced thin. Charles was flower girl, and Clayton Faucheaux Jr. of Iowa was ringbearer. j Gary Wells of Jefferson, Tex. t served as best man for his brother. They are the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wells Sr. of Jefferson. Groomsmen were Donald Carlin and John Guidry of Sulphur and C. J. Lowery of Carlyss. At the reception in the parish hall, the houseparty included Nancy Wells, Rose Ann Wells, and Mmes. C. J. Lowrey, Marlin Bright and William Pelltier. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will reside at 811 Shell Beach Drive in Lake Charles where the groom is employed at St. Patrick's Hospital. He is a graduate of Jefferson High School and the Confederate Memorial Medical Center School of X-Ray Technology. The bride was graduated from Sulphur High School and received her BS degree in nurs- June 8, with Mrs. Frank Ryan. Tritico, 3800 ing from College. Northwestern State Optimist Club of Lake Charles meets every Monday, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Club meets |r . . tt every Monday, 7-10 p.m., High jp.m., Hrgh School Park^Recrea- School Park Recreation Center. Bridge lessons every Monday, 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Ceramic Class meets every Monday, 9-11 a.m., and 1-4 p.m., and advance class in stains, 6:30-9 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae of Lake Charles will meet Monday, June 8, 4:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Frank Tritico, 3800 Ryan St. TUESDAY, JUNE 9 Anchor Lodge No. 69 (Independent Order Odd Fellows) meets every Tuesday, 7 p.m., 704Mt Ryan St. National Office Management Association, Lake Charles Chapter, meets every Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., Pioneer Club. Fifty Club meets every Tuesday Noon, Sammy's Restaurant. Moose, Loyal Order of L a k e Ryan St. SPEBSQSA meets every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Broadrnoor Building, Highway H. Duplicate and contract bridge played every Tuesday, 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. (To play duplicate bring partner). Both bridge games open to the public. Ceramic classes held every Tuesday, 9-12 N, and 14 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. L C. Garden Clob meets June 9 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Hugo Schroeder, 314 Peake. WEDNESDAY, JUNE W Civitan Club meets every Wednesday, 12 N., Lakeview Restaurant. L C. High Noon Lions Club meets every Wednesday, 12:05 p.m., Pioneer Club. Ceramics classes held every Wednesday, 9-12 N, and 14 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. , . Independent Mutual Agents of Calcasieu Parish meet "Wednesday, June 10,12 Noon, Lakeview Restaurant. HD CLUB NEWS FAIRVIEW Fairview HD Club members are celebrating Dairy Month by having a 4-H Club member from LaGrange High School give a demonstration oft dairy foods. It was stated at a recent club meeting that youngsters under | 10 should drink I 1 2 pints to one j quart of milk daily; teen-agers, • one quart a day; adults of all j ages, at least a pint day; expectant mothers, a quart day; and nursing mothers, I 1 - quarts a day. Mrs. F.P. Friesen attended the recent leader training meeting on "How to File Valuable Papers at Home," which was sponsored by Ihe Calcasieu Parish HD Council. She will pive a demonstration to the club June 10. Members will participate in the Dairy Foods Recipe Contest [ which will feature recipes using j dairy products. The regular workshop meeting was held with Mrs. Thomas He- berf. The special project for the day featured instructions on making smocked pillow tops with pearls in the design, with Mrs. E. H. Leach as instructor. A discussion was held on means of making money to contribute to the HD Council's special fund. Visiting with Ihe workshop was Mrs. Herbert Shepherd. Nine members were present. Missing buttons can be re- j placed while the ironing's being done. A lhank-you note can be flashed off while waiting for company (o appear. Much can he accomplished even though there are only minutes to spare. MARY ANN DOMMERT Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Dom- rnerl of Jennings announce ihe engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, io Donald Wayne Booih, son of Donald Louis Booth of Jennings and Mrs. Bryan. Hines of Houma. The wedding will be solemnized on June 12 at 7:30 p.m. in ihe First Presbyterian Church of Jennings. SUSAN LYNNE BYRD The wedding of Susan Lynn Byrd and Ronald Augustine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Savy Augustine of DeRidder, will be June 27 in St. Joseph's Caih- olic Church of DeRidder. The bride- elect is ihe daughter of Mrs. Ola Slewart Byrd of Lake Charles and Thomas Willard Byrd of Midland. Tex. She lives in DeRidder with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stewart. Brides Were Worth \ Weight in Silver Silver has played an important part in marriages through vhe years and in all quarters oi the globe. According to Miss Sally Wallace, silver design consultant, at marriages in the early part of the country's founding, the, father of the bride gave the' £room a "dower" of silver equal to her weight. John Hull, one of America's earliest silversmiths, was the iirst American father actually to place his daughter on the wales, and balance her weight with silver shillings. Originally, gilts to the young couple were in currency. But in the late 19th century, silver was substituted, because silver plate then became available at ]<>vf cost. Every wedding couple i hen received at least one silver plated tea service. The change to the giving <<t silver came about also because ;-;iver objects were Itss likely l<,> be stolen since they were easily recognized — especially when engraved with the <jf the bride. INVITATION i Pri-ii*Q ur embob&ed in our i plaut. 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