Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 14, 1964 · Page 19
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 19

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, June 14, 1964
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MRS. ALBIN BRIAN CUNNINGHAM Cunningham New/yweds Leave for Norf h Dakota Following their wedding June 5 in the Gillis Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Brian Cunningham left for a wedding trip en route to their new home in Grand Forks, N.D., where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Air Force. The bride is the former Wanda Geraldine Cole, daughter of James M. Brown Jr. Claims Jeanne Rose Simon as Bride RUTH MARIE COMEAUX Mr. and Mrs. Milton Comeaux of Bell City announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Ruth Marie, to Jerry Lee Fontenoi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fontenot of this city. The June 30 wedding will be solemnized at a 10 a.m. Mass in the Bell City Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Cole of Lake Charles. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Delbert B. Cunningham of Parkersburg, W.Va. The Rev. L. J. Shiles officiated at the double ring, candlelight rites solemnized at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. G. R. Turner was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of tulle and Chanlilly lace featuring a scalloped neckline jeweled with seed pearls and sequins. Tiered lace extended to a chapel train in back, and a pearl crown secured her veil of illusion. She carried white carnations. Laura Fonicnof, maid of honor, and Elaine Fontenot, bridesmaid, both of this city, wore j I chiffon dresses in p i n k and j blue, respectively, with match-; ing headdresses and carnation! nosegays. j Charlotte and Vickie Cole of this city were cand'.elighters and Donna Kay Bridges was flower girl. Ringbearer was Kenneth Cole. ; Louis Thibodeaux of Sulphur was best man and Bobby Bridg- |cs of this city was groomsman. ' Ushers were Richard and Wayno I Cole of this city. ] At a reception which followed,< Mrs. Elbert Cole and Mrs. j Frank Bridges, aunts of the i bride, served. The bride is a graduate of; ( Lake Charles High School and i I the groom was graduated from j 1 Parkersburg High School. i Jeanne Rose Simon became (lie bride, of James Milton Brown Jr. in a June 13 ceremony solemnized at 4 p.m. in Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception here. The Rev. Robert L. Shreve, uncle of the bride, officiated at the double ring rites. Jerry Crews was organist and Alfred Laurence Smith was soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lawrence Babineaux Sr. of this city and Percy Louis Simon of New Iberia. Given in marriage by her father, she wore a sheath gown of peau de sole appliqued with jeweled Al- encon lace, featuring a detachable Watteau train. A pearl crown secured her fingertip veil of silk illusion and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations centered with an orchid corsage. Attendants for the bride were her sister, Mrs. Malcolm Hidalgo, matron of honor, Patricia Smith, maid of honor, and Mrs, Desmon d Jones, Shirley LaRocca, 'lone Austin and Leslie Brown, sister of the groom, all of this city, Mrs. Lowell Liles of Sulphur and Peggy Simon of Kaplan, cousin of the bride. The bridesmaids wore identical dresses of sunset rose peau de soie with variegated rose leaf headdresses and each car* ried a single long stemmed rose. The bride was graduated from St. Charles Academy and received her secretarial science certificate from McNeese Stata College where she was a member of the Newman Club. She was locally employed before her marriage. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Milton Brown Sr. of this city. He was graduated from Marion High School and received his BS degree In education from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. He is now attending Cornell University where he is a candidate for MS degree in the field of earth sciences. Best man was Jerry Brown of this city, the groom's brother. Groomsmen were William B. McMahon, J. T. Milford Jr. and Dale Hoffpauir o! this city, James D. Megson of Scarborough, England, John L. Stockbauer of Ballston Spa, N.Y., Timothy O'Riordan of Edinburgh, Scotland, and Michael Grigg of London, Eng. Ushers were Allan Schwartz- baum of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Ralph Walen of this city. Flower girl was Monica Hidalgo, niece of the bride, and Carl Mack Brown, brother of the groom, was ringbearer. B r e n d a Guidry registered guests at the reception in the Henry Gray Memorial Home following the ceremony. The house party included Mrs. William B. McMahon, Mrs. Rodney Cormier and Mrs. Charles Farrier. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the young couple will make their home in Ithaca, N.Y., where the groom will complete his studies in August. Miss LeDoux And J, H. Jordan Wed The wedding of Arlene Ann LeDoux and John Henry Jordan was an event of June 6 in the West Lake Methodist Church. The Rev. Garland Dean officiated at the 5 p,m. double ring rites. Nuptial music wag presented by Nancy Gillett of Welsh, organist, and Verena O'Kelly of West Lake, soloist. The bride, daughter of Mra. Martha LeDoux of Lafayette, CAROL LEJEUNE Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. LeJeune have announced the betrothal cf their daughter, Carol, to Earl Russell Norwood Jr., soa of the senior Norwoods, all of this city. The wedding ia planned for July 18 in Si. Margaret's Catholic Church. was given In marriage by C. If. Landon of West Lake. Her bridal gown featured a sweetheart-necked bodice of Chantilly lace and a bouffant skirt of "tulle tiers edged in lace. A jeweled crown secured her fingertip veil of silk illusion and she carried a nosegay of white roses and carnations, Verna LeDoux of Lafayette was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids included another sister, Gail LeDoux of Lafayette, and Sylvia McGulre and Ann Laurence, both of West Lake. The attendants were attired in sky blue peau de sole dresses with matching veiled pillbox hats, and each carried a bouquet of white carnations. Marilyn LeDoux was flower girl for her sister. Charles Beck of Hollywood served as best man, and groomsmen were Lawrence Richard and Richard Lopez of Sulphur and Frank Johnson of Maplewood. Mrs. Quinton Thomason and Elaine Pendas presided at the punch and cake services during a reception in Fellowship Hall following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Beaumont, Tex., the young couple is residing in West Lake. They will both enter University of Southwestern Louisiana in the fall, where the bride, a West Lake High School graduate, will major in social work. The groom is a graduate of Sulphur High School and he will study engineering. BOOK~~REVfEW"" ON WEDNESDAY The Shrine Auxiliary will have as its guest Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Weldon Lynch of Oakdale, who will present a book review. The event will be at the Chateau Charles. Auxiliary members may invite guests, Mrs. K. L. Hurlbut, program chairman, said in making the announcement. MRS. JOHN HENRY JORDAN BPWC Transacts Business At Meeting in Prien Park SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1964 Sorority Sells Doll Clothing Bta Gamma Chapter, Be Sigma Phi, will continue sale of doll rlolhcs, it was nounced at. the last bi-monthly meeting of the year by Mis. Gordon Owens, ways and means chairman, Mrs. Owens also stated thai a rummage sale will be held)in October. j The meeting, presided over iby the newly elected president, 1 Esther Gallardo, was held j at the home of Mrs. Charles Wimberly, 3909 Vanderbilt. j A gift was presented to Mrs. Owens prior to the mooting by the president, Miss Gallario, for her work on the 1963-1)64 Scrapbook to be entered in stale competition. Mrs. Marge Hampton was accepted for membership in the chapter. Mrs. Henry Breda, progrim chairman, assigned programs to bo presented during the li'64- 1965 season and read a resume of "the preparations and pres talion of a good program." , The cultural program for j evening, "Make An Art of ing," was presented by R Vaughn Ellender, followed b group discussion. The monthly meeting of the Lake Charles Business and Professional Women's Club was held at Prien Lake Park recently. Named to the membership committee were Mrs. Florence Rathburn, Mrs. Dale Hogston, Mrs. Jo Baldwin, Mrs. Shirley Guillory, Mrs, Thelma Rush, Margie Lynch, Mrs. Rose Spen-! cer, Bella Mao Bell and Mrs. I Mary McLaughlin. ' Mrs. Rathburn had presented, the program on the National Federation. The 1964-65 budget was adopted. Kathryn Bower, the bulletin editor, distributed the first issue of the Business and Professional Women's Informer. Mrs. Elva Denlon <vas announced as the first new member of the year. Mrs. Sol Riff and licr committee, Mrs. Chester Propes, Mrs. Mary Pyland, Mrs. Edna Wright, Mrs. Edith Viccellio, Mrs. Mildred Mienko, Mrs. Lucille Gregory, Mrs. Hogston, and Mrs. Tony Byles served • barbcque supper 'to the members and visitors. Guests present were Leacie Smithcrman, Lois and Doris Formslag, Jessie Rush, Suzanne Gregory, Jean Thompson and Mrs. Alberta Abshire. en- he iv- rs. INVITATIONS Printed or embossed In cur plant. Proofs on request. 114- hour service. However, if you desire In- graved Invitations, we can "send them off" for as little as $12.45 per 100, subject to printer's error and 3-w<ek delay. THE NASON COMPANY 3008 Boulevard j 2 Acres of Parking: Space DOWNTOWN LAKE CHARLES IT'S matdenfom WEEK! Come in and allow Bee Wilson, Maiden Form Figure Analyst, to help you with your figure problems. Also register for New Coneertian pantie girdle and stretch strap bra to be given to some lucky customer. Come in and help us celebrate "Maiden Form Week at Mullcr's." .VY CONCERTINA You'vo never worn a girdle like new Concertina. This "action-insert" in the back stretches just as far as you do. This extra "give" means the •waistband and legs stay in place. No need to yank or pull new Concertina because it can't slip, can't ride. S, M, L, XL. 10.95 SVVFET MUSIC STRETCH STRAP BRA Sweet music with straps that stretch — straps n f a unique new non rolling elastic plus sweet music features of spoke-stretched cups for i'.\lra support. Sizes 32-36A and 32-38 B and C. White only. 3.00 Yi.Mt Miss Wilson this \veek iu our Foundations Department on Third Floor DOWNTOWN UKE CHARLES delightfully coo! Hot House Green MJTIFJUUY BAS'C The perfect foil for jewelry , . . or that favorite cardugan — Is oui|' sleek — simple sheath of richly textured rayon and silk by I.e Coq . . . the dress is fully lined — the bodice is heas out for a flattery fit. In beautiful glowing hot uousa green or your favorite mid suinaiej: black. Sia-s 8 to 1(5. 22.95 . R CF FASHION

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