Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 21, 1964 · Page 23
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DeRidder Pair Exchange Vows R (Spl.) - St. Joseph's Catholic Church was the scene of the wedding of Marie Sadie Henry and Evans Joseph Wedding Vows Are Exchanged I (Spl.! -- Wedding vows were exchanged .Saturday, .lune 6, by Barbara Ann Scarborough and Douglas M a c k Schales in a double-ring ceremony solemnized at 7 p.m. at (ho Temple Baptist Church in DoHidder. The Rev. i',. A. siglcr officiated. Johnny Brewer was soloist, and pianist was Mrs. Elbcrt W el born. Parenls of (lie newlywods are Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Scarborough and Mr. and Mrs. Uewey E .Schales all of DeRidder. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white satin traditional bridal ;.'nwn which featured a full chape! train and a bodice of lace with long sleeves which ended in points over the hands. Her bouquet was glamelias arranged on a white Bible with a removable corsage. Bethel Rae Scarborough, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Carolyn Schales, sister of the groom, and Sandra Welhorn. They were attired in identical dresses of pastel blue whipped cream with .scalloped necklines and short scalloped sleeves with matching headpieces. Ricky McGehec bearer and Cathy flower girl. Merlin Schales, brother of the groom, was bc.;t man. Cn.ioin.smen \verc Franklin •Srhales, In-oilier nf the uroom and John Do\lf. l>nulu>r-in-Iaw if the groom. Ushers were (ierald Green and Jimmy Long. Candlelight- C.TS were Sam Scarborough, brother of the bride, and Elaine Scbale.s-, sister O f tlm groom. Carol Johnson registered %• guests at the rocephon. and the house parly included Mrs. R. A. Sipjrr, Linda Joim.,..n, Marv Long and Mrs. ilek>n Long ,,'f Indiana, a sister of th:- groom The couple will make-' their home jn West Lake where the groom is employed. was Moses Touehet, with the Rev. William Hanaftn performing the double ring ceremony Sunday, June 14, at 3 o'clock. Parents are Mrs. J. Henry, and the late Mr. Henry, of De- Kidder and Mr. and Mrs. To- ' nice Touehet of Rayne. Given in marriage by her brother. Eugene Henry of Kayne, the bride was attired in a floor length gown of French iaillo, having long tapered sleeves, round neckline with sequins and pearls on the bodice. Her flowers are lily of the valley surrounding a white orchid. Helen Henry, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Josephine Barkctt and Charlotte Delia. They wore identical dresses of pink chiffon with swiin bows in the back. They had pink accessories and carried bouquets of red roses. S. B. Touehet of Rayne served his brother as best roan groomsmen were Gene Harreck and Edward Henry, brother of the bride. The flower girls Josie and Vickie Henry, nieces of the bride, wore dresses of pale pink with while organdy pinafores and carried white satin baskets with red roses. Michael Henry, nephew oE the bride, carried a white heart- shaped satin pillow with the rings. Joe and George Jouban were ushers. Those in the reception house party held in St. Joseph's Hall were Mrs. Don Crawford, Mrs. Stephen Rokiski, Mrs. Randy Fuller, Mrs. Lionel Bailey, Mary Ogla Harris, and Helen Pernici. Tea girls were Jo Nell Bailey, Vickio Harris and Debbie Fuller. The young couple will live at 505 South Parkerson, Rayne, La Wedding Celebrated At St. Joseph's Church SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1964 MERRYVILLE tSpU - St. Joseph's Catholic Church in De- Rldder was (he scene June fi of the wedding of Jan Danneille Laurent and John Richard Bull. home In Peru, Ind., where the groom is stationed fit Bunker Hill Air Force Base. Their parents are Mrs. Bull is a graduate of Me Mr. and i Neese State College where she Tho groom is a graduate of Xavier University, Cincin-, nati, Ohio, with a degree in lire-engineering. FOR YOUR RECIPE MRS. EVANS JOSEPH TOUCHET MRS. JOHN RICHARD BULL Linda Kay Watkins Is Qordon Stockman/s Bride A double ring ceremony solemnized by candlelight at 1 p.m., June 19, in the First Methodist Church here united in marriage Linda Kay Watkins and Gordon of Houston, Haskell Tex. Stockman Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lynn Watkins The bride's attendants were dressed in formal gowns of candlelight silk pcau de soie complemented by double crowns of seed pearls and daisies veiled in gold illusion and each carried crescent bouquets of Mar| guerite daisies and English ivy. Carolyn and Frances Hardy by Sinclair in Houston. Refining Company j The bride, a graduate of Lake Charles High School and Me- Neese State College, was on the Mrs. Harry Eugene Laurent of j was a member of Delta Zeta Sor- Merfyville and Mr. and Mrs.'"""" James 0. Bull of Fort Landerdale, Fla. Rev, William Hanafin officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Baskets of white gladioli decorated the altar. Carrying a while orchid atop a missal, the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a full-length gown of white silk organza, which featured a midriff inset of re- embroidered Alencon lace accented with seed pearls and crystals. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a Juliet cap of lace and satin lilies edged with tiny seed pearls. Attending the bride were , Dawn Harmann of Opelousas, • maid of honor, and Patsy Kelly of Conroe, Tex., bridesmaid. , ; i They wore si rod length j • dresses of blue silk organza i i featuring scoop neckline and ( i brief sleeves. They carried cas- j I cades of blue and white fculh- ; ered carnations. JoAnn Benoit of Mevryville was flower girl. The bridegroom was served by Donald Burns of Kokomo, Ind. Ushers were Austin L. Hebert, ONION AND TOMATO SALAD faculty of Oak Park Elementary j Rexford Powell, and Ronnie of this city and Mr. and Mrs. of this city were candlelighters. .School here and now teaches at Robert Lee Frost Elementary in Houston. She was a mem- Benoit of Merryville. Following the ceremony, a re- Proper Seasoning For Wood Needed i The nail holding power and permanence of lumber are ! greatly enhanced by proper seasoning. Through this drying process, lumber is pro-shrunk before being surfaced to final size. B. Eugene Stockman of Columbia, S. C. The Rev. George W. Pomeroy officiated at the rites. Musicians were Juanelva Rose, organist, and Jo Ann Hill, soloist. Given in marriage by her fa- ! ther, the bride chose a formal gown of white silk organza en- 'hanced with a bodice of re-em- ; broidered rosepoint lace sprin- The groom's father was best man. Groomsmen were Danny McSpadden and Douglas B a n- croft of Houston and Lt. Robert Farmer of San Antonio, Tex. Ushers were John Hartman, Robert Verduzco. Lamar Robertson and Alan Thigpen, all of this city. Following the ceremony, a reception took place in t h e br of Chj Om e e a ^^'^VfiW™ 1 ' 110 ' 1 The couple will make ty and Epsilon Alpha honorary sorority. 1 cup sliced onion 3 medium-size ripe tomatoes, j sliced '•i cup olive oil 2 tsps. fresh lemon juice 2 tsps. wine vinegar ',i cup freshly chopped parsley '•» cup freshly ch«pped basil leaves or one-halt tsps. dried basil li tsps. sugar. Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Arrange alternate slices of onion and tomatoes on a chilled serving dish and sprinkle with remaining ingredients. Chill briefly and serve. Yield: Four to six servings. MRS. JIMMY JOHNSON Miss Deason, Mr. Johnson Are Married ROSEPINE (Spl.) - The home of Mrs. R. V. 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