Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 2, 1964 · Page 15
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 15

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, tetoned to Mf hates ft. fflents, the jw&g cetipte VMS Ofl Jlflgftfn A double flag ttrenotf Mtaufibed in Oiri- Lady cMWMijf Succor Catholic ChUfch 6j Salptittr,, The Rev, ' ces, ., offi dated fat the 6 b,m, rites, and Cart Lower e and Charles filan* chard #ere Scdlytes. Mr*. L. Blanched was wedding organ- 19C» Parents of the newlyweds ate Mr,-, and Mrs, George Alvfa LTfe 1 ' 6 ^ j^!? and Mf and Mrs. Wyninger Sr, of Maplewood, *, formerly Jeanette . Louviere. given in mar- ffi i g6 ty, hfe ? fat " er > wore . a Pa le u " e silk shantung suit, and a veiled pillbox of white shantung with white accessories". She car- Tied an .arrangement- of white carnations centered by a white orchid. Attendants for the couple were - and f a! (Saute VMH ttii&f to Me§ Robert Lwvi^imlhtf of e, §ftd gfe^- o! the gfMflL ; ,, tained fdlfewing the weMflrf fet a fMrttteft. iH-thetf 1 tool f §16 E, Elizabeth, Latlfsl ytiviete, the bride's sister, f egMet ed guests and the<hotee fsarty M* eluded Mt&<tt$ni$ Lee" Btifge fa o! Vintofl, Mrs. Ljtfii Milter of Maplewood, e6usins 6f the bride, Nancy ,Wyninger» sister of the groom, and Berfllce Loii- viefe, also the bride's sister/ 1 .Both tne' bride and'groofii Were graduated trotn Sulphur High School 5 Me- attended. Me- Neese State College and is' currently employed by Merit Finan fie Company in Lake Charles* She is employed by Louviere Jewelers in Sulphur, Llcense,plate collectors in the United States are so Numerous,' they have a club, knqWn as the Auto License Collectors Assn. tee Betfefd ft&to ' felffled' isfi tffilj? 26 at g §$ff pjMr ftreffioioy, |fs Xfo r l8htf*Mr& Pfflcy ftofr teMi.wa-Mf, aftrf Mfs,-Melyeis SeDat-oVall of fflte,«iy,* * t f wefe',Mf».aHd Mrs, Louis-CcF- fftief of ft f we rtf «Lca i/i. *-.u-M«.v«i*5%s AJ.IKU wviiuvm will ttake,ttieif hoifleJrt H6ii§* toa, .Test,, ^hefe theTgfo&to is 6mpl6^d. He served thfeeye&s wth the u< i Sv-AMfiy in AUgs- burg, denttany, &nd, attended McNeele State College, •" Don't Mow Your Lawnjoo Close Lawns 'that are properly Wowed reflect more vigor, better growth and improved col* or, say LSU Agricultural Extension Service horticulturists. The most serious abuse to lawns today is mowing too close. A! setting of l*A to two inches lets grass grow better and com pete with weeds. I v GONSOLIDATION Regrouped for final clearance and (furfher reduced) - 60% and 7Q% Entire Spring & Summer Stock of Our Other Stores Have >Been 'Shipped Here For Final Clearance. Many More Colors, Styles & Sizes Are Available. NOW REGULAR $14 TO $40 DRESS SHOES WALKING PUMPS Casuals and Flats (Further Reduced), '. Reg, up to $16 , NOW $3 to Few selected pairs .up to $18 CARESSA' GEPPETTO CIRANNO COLLEGEBRKD JULIANELLI PALIZZIO ** CAPRINI DELMANETTE CORDIAL MADEMOISELLE RHYTHM STEP MR. CHIC MR. SEYMOUR 717 RYAN LEATHERS PATENTS FABRICS PUMPS, SLINGS. SPHING'O'LATOB^ BONE, WHITE, PASTELS, BLACK, NAVY, GREY, RED, MULTI- COLORS, COMBINATIONS • MRS, DAVID JOSEPH PAUL SONN1ER Mn Sonnier Weds Miss Fusselman A , Nuptial Mass 'was solem-1 lized July 18 at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Good Counsel chapel, VIcNeese Catholic Student Center, uniting Ellen Christine Fusselman and Lt. David Joseph Paul Sonnier in marriage. The Rev. Murphy J. Bernard officiated at the rites and Jerry Crews was organist. Tho groom's parents are Mr. and Mis. Frenand Sonnier of Lake Charles. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. C. Fussel- jmari of Gatun, Panama Canal Zone, was given in marriage by Joseph C. Knight of Houston, Tex. She wore a two-piece white suit accented with g61d jewelry and gold gloves, a white straw hat and white patina accessories. She carried a white orchid corsage on her Missal, a gift of the groom. Mrs, Joseph C, Knight was matron of honor and Ronald Brennan of Rock Island, 111., was best man, Robert Glynn Hilliard of this' city ushered guests. Michael Raymond Thomas of Lafayette was acolyte. Mrs. Knight wore a pale blue suit with matching straw pillbox hat and carrried a white carnation nosegay. Phyllis Boughton registered guests at a reception in the student center following the wedding. The house party included Joy Sonnier, Mrs. Dale Hilliard, Janice Richard, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Pipes Jr. and Mrs. C. C. Priest Jr. of Grandview, Tex. Ruth Barron of Austin, Tex., Ella Owen of Palmetto, Fla., and Mrs, Gene Daniels of Belton, Tex, After a New Orleans honey, moon, the newlyweds are at home at 718 West Avenue C in Killeen, Tej?,, where the groom is stationed at Fort Hood with the Second Armored Division. He Js graduate of Laqdry M^ morial High School and received his BS degree ta business ad- ministratibn from McNeese State College where he was a member of the Cowboy Band and the Society for the Advancement of Management. The bride received her BA degree in English and Spanish from .Mary Hardin-Baylor College, Belton, Tex., where she was a member of Sigma Tau Delta English fraternity. She did post-graduate work at Sul Ross State College in Alpine, Tex., and was a member of Sigma Rho Chi social fraternity. far 6f Mf, aftd .Watt o! flalott ftft bflde ot Ga Son 6f ttf. an yln Creel of SS-": ,/-• '' •^ ',-*, -, '> , 'Vows!' »wd ' ,jftag«' changed by the yotlfl a p-ttuin thsjfott^ of Kef / , Mrlt. Eraest cole Matt k gkfld< flafefits.of the grdomi-The'Itev; Harrl^-'offidated a't the cere* mohK,-; ' ' -^ , Atteftdants for' the couple' wtifa Mrs; Stewart, mather of- the bride, -and, Hod Cree 1 ! of .West Lake,, brother of the, groom, r The bride was attired itt a blud and white linen suit with white accessories and A while orchid corsage,' , ; ,. 'Following a reception in, the- Harris home, the newlyweds left for, North Carolina where the groom is stationed as a Corporal with the tl. S, - Marine 1 Corps at Camp Lejeune. The bride, a graduate of ;| Broadmoor High School and ' Spencer Business College, at- 1 tended McNeese State College, TJie grobm was graduated from West Lake High School and^attended Northeast State College in Monroe. m *J<>/: &->f . \. •> !& 'MRSi GAYLE C. CREEL' \ ? Poofs Are Fun When Kepf Safe If you own a private swimming pool, there are a few rules you should follow in order to keep yourself, your family — and the guests you're "sure to have — safe as well as happy^ Serve food and drinks at the pool in paper cups, plates and containers to avoid the serious threat of broken glass or crockery. You'll save clean-up problems, loo, if you place a con venient trash receptacle at pool side. Make sure you have a life preserver handy. An inflated inner tube will do very well, Put a fence around your pool area to keep out wandering tots as well as visiting dogs. Always have supervision when children are swimming. Make it a rule that small children do not swim unless accompanied by an adult. Have your pool equipped with electric lights .for safety when you are bathing at'night; ' 1 " Keep the water well chlorinated to fight the growth of gae and bacteria. Ham and Soup Leave a little meat on that ham bone when you are using It for lentil or split pea soup; after the soup is cooked; remove the meat from the bone, dice it and return to the soup. SPECIAL Where in the world but at BROUSSE'S flWUAL TOY SALE could you find Hundreds of Toys on at COST and BELOW!! REG, SALE JUTS HITE WASHER snd SPIN DRYER _$2Q,00 RA2Z MA TA2£ PIANO ______________ $12,QQ KINQ ZOR ,- ...... — ..... T -------- $2Q.pg DOa .-— , ----- ..... -,-,$17.00 $7,3| QQQ ......... . ........ _ — ^?]|.QQ |4.99 MONKIY ~ ......... _. 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