Abbeville Meridional from Abbeville, Louisiana on January 12, 1992 · 12
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Page 2B, Abbeville Meridional, Sunday, January 12, 1992 Miss JonesMr. Johnson recite vows , fix if 1 h kit m t - ' ( -a ' ''. ' ' ' - T Mrs. Brian Marco Johnson St. Theresa Catholic Church was the setting on Saturday, Jan. 11 for the exchange of wedding vows between Miss Francelle Shamone Jones and Mr. Brian Marco Johnson. The Rev. Marty Borcherding officiated the 1 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivory J. Jones of Abbeville. The groom is the son of Alice Beatrice Martin and Mr. Sidney Johnson, both of Baton Rouge. The church was decorated with poinsettias and ficus trees and accented with green and ivory ribbons. Special music was provided by Willie Suzanne Miller. Readings were done by Herbert Myles, cousin of the bride. Escorted by her parents, the bride wore a gown of ivory taffeta featuring a sweetheart neckline and leg of mutton sleeves. Her fitted bodice and full skirt were adorned with pearl and sequins enhancing lyon lace. Her cathedral length train had similar motiffs repeated throughout. For her headpiece, the bride chose a fingertip ivory pearl veil accentuated with baby's breath and sequins matching the gown. She carried a cascading bouquet of ivory bridal roses, varigated English ivy, pearl sprays and baby's breath. Andrea' Jones, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bourque dresses featuring v-backs accented with white satin bows and Gibson sleeves. The white satin tea-length skirts were layered with tulle netting. Each attendant carried presentation arm bouquets of calla lilies and glittered gypsophilta. The mother of the bride wore a two-piece ensemble of black and antique white rayon. The single Touchet from P-1B Jessica Touchet, godchild of the groom; and Alie Simon, friend of the bride; served as flower girls. Greg Touchet, brother of the groom, sieved as best man. Groomsmen included Bobbie Mitchell, brother-in-law of the groom; Matt LeBlanc, cousin of the groom; Kevin Dubois and Brian Touchet, cousins of the bride; and Francis Nunez, Jason Boudreaux and Kim Saunier, all friends of the groom. Ushers were Chad Dubois and Jade Dubois, cousins of the bride; and Brandon Landry, cousin of the groom. Kallen Simon, friend of the bride, served as a ringbearer. A reception was held immediately following at the Erath Community Center. Special guests included Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Broussard and Mrs. Adam Mergist of Erath; Mrs. Preston Touchet of Delcambre; and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Dubois of Abbeville. Upon their return from a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will reside in Lafayette. The groom is employed with Pigg-ly Wiggly and the bride with Morris LaHasky Nursing Home. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents on Jan. 4 at Vandebilt Hall in Delcambre. breasted jacket was accented with alencon lace and antique pearl buttons outlined with gold. Jared Bourque, twin brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen included Jody Bourque and Josh Bourque, brothers of the groom; Benjie Broussard, brother-in-law of the bride; and Sonny Greene. Jace Bourque, brother of the groom, served as a junior groomsman. Ushers were Michael LeMaire, brother of the bride; Chris LeMaire, cousin of the bride; Shad Montgomery; and Colby Suire, cousin of the groom. Mitch ell Broussard, godchild of the bride, served as a ringbearer. The groom wore a double breasted white tuxedo with satin shawl lapel. The groomsmen wore black double breasted tuxedos with black satin shawl lapels, ties and vests. The mother of the groom wore a two-piece ensemble of black rayon. The single breasted jacket was accented with delicate pleats and the touch of white to enhance the attire. A reception was held immediately following at the American Hiding Your, Hair Color? You'll never do it agairfif you have it colored by Patti or Michael. As certified Frames! color technicians, they know the newest trends in hair color. Framesi Color Special Color Analysis Conditioner Shampoo Style W7 No Hidden Charges s40 Make An Appointment Today! , 898-1814 SAILCM 516 S. Washington 0 oH 0 1 Geraldine Briggs, aunt of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Beth Elizabeth Johnson and Nancy Shropshire, sisters of the groom. They wore two-piece shantung silk Hunter's green dresses with beige lace collars leading to floor length slim skirts. Each attendant carried bouquets of cream long stemmed roses with baby's breath draped with Hunter's green ribbon. Herlana Lynn Mire and Brittany Ann Phillip, both cousins of the bride, served as flower girls. They wore identical ankle length dresses with gathered satin skirts overlayed with lace and bows. The gowns featured satin and lace princess seamed bodices accented with large satin and lace sashes tied into a bow. They completed their attire with satin and lace bow hairpieces. Each flower girl carried a basket of sweetheart roses, English ivy and baby's breath. The mother of the bride wore a two-piece ivory shantung silk ensemble with v-neckline, long sleeves and buttons in the front accented with crystal rolled rosettes in the front and back. The ensemble featured a floor length slim skirt. She completed her attire with a corsage of ivory roses, English ivy and cream ribbon. Sidney Johnson, brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen included Shawn from P-1B Legion Home in Kaplan. Special guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bourque Sr. of Kaplan; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Suire of Kaplan; and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stelly of Forked Island. Upon their return from a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple will reside in Lafayette. The groom is employed with Acadiana Bottling and the bride with Lafayette Hilton and Towers. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents on Jan. 9 at the American Legion Home. Make Your New Year's Resolution at Body Designer The Unit takes off indies and the Food Frognm takes off pounds. All it takes is 2 visits per urck plus commitment Take Care of Your Body - It's the Only One , You Have! 7 Plexus Units For Your Convenience I BENEFITS: .Lose inches & reduce stress h rms doqv aner we am toss The Dhvsicallv active will receive an aerooic oenein mai win increase stamina & flexibility complete privacy Walkins Welcomed Non Surgical Facelifts Available M-F7AM-7 PM SaL 8 AM-12 Noon TIFFANY PLAZA TANNING SPECIALS im acavcttc onA.417 PAT WAI KTR IN NEW IBERIA 364 2442 UJJ'UU I 4. Vallot, cousin of the bride; Frank Gordon, brother-in-law of the groom; and Warren Hawkins, friend of the groom. Ushers were Brandon Johnson and Earl Johnson, nephews of the groom. Colby Landry, cousin of the bride, served as a ringbearer. The groom, father of the bride and ringbearer wore ivory traditional tuxedos and the groomsmen wore black tuxedos ith ivory rose boutonniers. The mother of the groom wore a tea-length candlelight lace dress with pearl and sequins and long sleeves overlayed with lace. She completed her ensemble with a corsage of ivory roses. A reception was held immediately following at the American Legion Hall in Abbeville. The hall was decorated with ivory and Hunter's green English ivy. Special attendants included Juanita Landry of AHadena, Calif., aunt of the bride; and Eugene I lines of San Antonio, Texas, uncle of the bride. Special guests included Mable Mire of Abbeville; grandmother of the bride; and Edgar Briggs, grandfather of the bride. For her going away attire, the bride wore a two-piece ivory shantung silk suit with lace collar. The couple will reside in Baker. The groom is employed with the Louisiana Forensic Facility in Jackson and the bride with Maison Blanche in Baton Rouge. She is also a senior at LSU majoring in Criminal Justice. Sod) designer TAN-A LS O' O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oooooooooooooooooo oq0 Rachel Dubois o501 Veterans Memorial Dr.! o o o o o o o Abbeville, LA 893-4284 Hours: Sun-Thurs 7 a.m.-11 p.m Fri & Sat 7 a.m.-12 p.m. O 1990PFK4B oooooo C IW WtYB MODS fWD ockenano tecum, IC Rachel Dubois Erath High School Rachel Dubois is a 12th grader at Erath High School and is 16 years of age. She has been on honor roll since the first grade. Her clubs include: Beta, Math, plays clarinet in the school band. She played clarinet in the All-State Band and sings in the choir at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Her hobbies include playing her instrument, swimming and reading. 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