Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 7, 1964 · Page 22
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, June 7, 1964
Page 22
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22 SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1964, Lob Charles American Press Clara Limbocker Weds Q. L Heard Magnolia blossoms and white gladioli decorated the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on Saturday, June 6, for the wedding of Clara Agnes LJm- bocker and George Lee Heard Jr. The couple exchanged vows and rings at a 2 p.m. service. Officiant was th« Rev. Robert L. Crandall, and George Kream- cr, was organist. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Y. Limbocker of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Heard Sr. of Merryville. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her gown of while silk organ- 73 featuring a bodice overlaid with re-embroidered Alencon Incc, with garlands of jeweled lace enhancing Ihe double skirt and chapel train. A headdress of pearl flowers secured her fingertip veil of illusion and she carried a cascade of phalaen- npsis orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Edith Louise Wilson of Brooklyn, N.Y., was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Kemper Faye Bornman of Baton Rouge and Sarah Ann Crawford of New Orleans. They wore identical formal gowns of blue floral organza with matching tulle portrait hats banded in velvet. Each carried a single magnolia blossom. Robert Crandall and Buckey Price were candlelighters. The groom's father served as best man, and groomsmen were Alfred Warren Limbocker nf this city and David Louis Bornman III of Baton Rouge. Ushers were Michael B. Franklin, Daniel L. Rock Jr., Clifton H. Seiber and A. W. McDonald, i Annie Laurie Young of Hous- ' ton. Tc.x.. registered guests at a reception in the parish hall. Carolyn Crawford, Kathy Turner and Carolyn Rouyer were rice girls. Mmes. A'. K. Newlin, C. M. Mclnnis, Violet King, H. A. Norton, F. H. Cagle and C. H. Wat-' son presided at the refreshment tables. Tea girls were Diane Oayle, Emily James, Jere Reinauer, Tillie Coffev and Linda Gray. Following the reception, the newlyweds left for a wedding trip, and they will be at home after July 10 in Fort Benning, Ga., where the groom is stationed as a Second Lieutenant with the U.S. Army. He is a graduate Rev. Cooper, Lou Griffin Soy Vows Lou Ann Griffin became the bride of the Rev. Charles Edward Cooper in a candlelight rite solemnized at 8 p.m., June 5, in the First Pent ecostal Church of Baton Roine. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Shelby Standfielri Griffin of Moss Bluff, the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a formal gown of white silk organza over taffeta, embellished with lace appliques on the front and around the hem of the softly pleated skirt. The bodice was covered with a brief lace-edged jacket. A pearl tiara secured her illusion veil and sh^ carried an orchid on her Bible The bride is a graduate nf Marion High School and a senior student in medical technology at Louisiana State University. The groom, son of Mrs. Ha Mae Cooper of Bogalusa an^ Spencer Warren Cooper Sr. of Ba'on Rouge, studied at thf Apostolic Bible Institute of St PiMiI, Minn. He was graduated from Bogalusa High School. The newlv weds will be at home in Baton Rouge after a trip along the Gulf Coast. The Rev. Calvin L. Rigdon of Baton Rouge officiated at the marriage ceremony. Musicians were Dennis W. Dykes, organist, and James A. Downs, soloist. Melinda F. Griffin of Lake Charles was maid of honor for h"r sister Bridesmaids were E'nily McManus and Mrs. Marra-et Farrow, both of Ba'on Rouge. They wore pale blue dresses with matching organza bow hats and carried blue irises on their white Bibles. Bill Griffin of Lake Charles and Harry Jarreau of Baton j Rouge lit the candle*. Flower! gir! was Pam Wh*»t of Baton [ Rou?.e ' S-Hwer W Cooper Jr. of Pas- ca°oula. Miss., was best man fur his brother. Groomsmen were James Downs and Ned Wheat, both Baton Rouge, and ushers were Glenn Wheat, Baton Rouge, and Edwin Griffin, Lake Charles. t Mrs. Avis Lowery, Mr§, Net! Morrison, Claudia* Murphy, Gk-iida Albritton, Linda Kenni- iim. and Shirley Jarveau were n-embers "f the bouseoartv at a riven! ion hx-ld in the church fellowship hall following the wedding of Merryville High School and received a BA degree in Social Studies Education from McNeese State College. He was a member of Blue Key honor fraternity and was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. The bride is a Lake Charles High School graduate and will receive her degree in August from McNeese. She is a member of Chi Omega social sorority and professional educational fraternities. WMU MEET7NGS CALENDARED The Women's Missionary Union of Boulevard Baptist Church will hold its general meeting on Tuesdcy, at 9:30 a.m. at the churcfi. The Martha Hern don night circle will meet June 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. W. W. Hanna, 503 W. LaGrange St. Mrs. Florence Brown will serve as co-hostess. The WMU executive board will meet at the church tonight at 7:20 p.m. Before you peel that orange grate off a little of the rind and add it to applesauce, canned or homemade. Couple Weds In Methodist Church Rite Candlelight nuptials at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 6, united Marcia Catherine Hartman and Douglas Ward Bancroft. The event took place at the First Methodist Church here, with the Rev. G. W. Pomeroy officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ramsey Hartman of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bancroft of Moravia, N. Y. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Juanelva £ose was organist, and Mrs. J. J. Vauquelln Jr. of Houma was soloist for the double ring ceremony. Linda Kaye Watklns of Houston, Tex., and Lake Charles, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Maralee Bancroft, la paris «J India, tig bride thnj-w rk* at e*£b other the Qoldring's SUMMER CLEARANCE r\. Li Hi from our Regular Stock of • Porrern • Whites • Bone • Pastels NOW CASUAL & DRESS SHOES formerly 12.99 to 16.99 890 1Q90 1490 ALSO SOME PATENTS AND CALFSKINS INCLUDED the groom's sister, and Jacque- lihe Colvin of Houston, Tex, They wore Identical dresses of Icie green silk organza with bell- shaped overskirts, matching veiled pillbox hats complemented by sprays of pale yellow roses. The bridal gown of tiered organdy edged in re-embroidered Chantilly lace featured a Sabrina neckline and chapel train. A jeweled silk organza pillbox Secured her veil of illusion. She carried a cascade of c r e a m j man of this city, Gordon Stock- colored roses centered with a man and William Cean of Hous- white orchid. ton were ushers. Carol Moriarty and Nancy Mmes. W. W. Huff Jr., Ann Helms were candlelighters. I George Moriarty, Alan Thigpen, Wilfred Bancroft of Kings Ferry, N. Y., was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Lamar Robertson of this city and Theo Lindig of Fredricksburg, Tex. VJ Wl 5*-« l'*V/i IWl UJ j £*4C111 A Jtl£|7\*tlf Gene Baker, and Paul Hay, and Linda Rose Davenport assisted with hostess duties at the reception in Fellowship Hall following the wedding. The couple will be at home in Houston after a wedding trip to Troy Parsons and John Hart-1 the Arkansas 0 z a r k s. The groom was graduated from Cornell University and is employed by the U. S. Treasury Department in Houston. The bride received her BS degree in elementary education at Louisiana State University where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She taught at Rosteet Elementary School here, and at Robert Frost Elementary in Houston. Special Group MATCHING HAND BAGS #14 95 ... complete ENSEMBLE IN TRIPLICATE I"'ne check ensemble i c , :.ormng on in threes . . . ihree ports terrific. l''s a crisp, on-the-go blending of Arne!* 'Mjcetate-cotton. The skirl '• moving, mobile, living; ine jacket easy; the blouse a solid-hued Arne I. Black, blue or green with white. Sizes 10 to 18. 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