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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 52

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THUftS., AUGUST 23, t$62, Lake Charles America* Pres* Miss Colquette Weds B. Brown DETUDDKR iSpU - Rev. Emory Wallace was the officiating minister at the wedding. Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the First Baptist chnrch. of Miss Mahle Ann Colquette and Bennie Allen Brown. The hride chose light hhie as the prevailing color. Those in her wedding party included her sister. Miss Helen Colquette of Mansfield, flower girl, Brenda Hayes, and another sister, Miss Carolyn Sue Colquette. a candlelighter, all wore brocaded gowns in pastel blue. Norman Hayes was the other candlelighter and Ricky Brown carried the rings. Mrs. Luther Brown, organist, accompanied Rev. Richard Gandy, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length gown of bridal lace over satin made with scalloped neckline. Her veil was held by a cap of sequins and pearls and she 1 carried a shower of white carnations centered with a white or- I chid. | The groom's best man was his i brother. Beverly Brown. i The vows of the double ring' j ceremony were exchanged hy i candlelight, before a background I of baskets of white gladioli and 1 stock, flanking an arch of green ! foliage. i At the reception in the social, hall of the church, the h o u s e : party included Mmes. Burton Brown, K. R. Hanchcy Jr., and Barbara Hayes of Dallas. Tea girls were the Misses Chloe McConathy, Carolyn Branch and Mary Jane Stark. The guests were registered by Carolyn Sue Colquette. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are honeymooning in Biloxi, Miss. They will live in Lake Charles where Mr. Brown is a student at McNeese State college, majoring in education. Alpha De/fo Pi Junior Alum Commiffees Formed GUEST OF TEXAS — Corinthian Yacht Club, t a sailing group from the Lake Charles Golf and Country Club are in Kena. Texas as guests o! the Miss Williams Receives Pre-Nupf/o/ Comp/imenfs Yacht Club to participate in races to be held for two days. Pictured left to right are: Gray Little, Jr., Kilty Hall, Jim Krasno, local club sailing instructor, and Anne Plauche. Four working committees have | been formed by the newly-organ- i ized Alpha Delta Pi Junior Alumnae. The Charter committee members include Mrs. Sue Carter Watson, chairman, and Mrs. Cassa Hines Milburn and Mrs. Eleanor DiGiglia Lueders. Mrs. Lueders is chairman of the program committee. Working with 'her will he Mrs. Barbara Wentz Jones, Mrs. Gaye Giovanni, Mrs. Watson and Miss Marie David. Named to the project commit- GLORIA DIANE CALDWELL Miss Gloria Diane Caldwell, daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. William G. Caldwell of this city, will marry Larry Walter Deggs of Rosepine on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. ! lee with Mrs. Jane Myriek Lynns, ichairman, are Mrs, Lynn Lam'• kin Worley, Mrs. Maria Savant Frenzcl and Mrs. Beth Carwile. Telephone committee members are Mrs. Billie Dittman C h a- vanne, chairman, and Mrs. Vir- ginia King Ayres. Mrs. Gay Hurl- son Arnold and Mrs. Ann Rosteet Hurley. Any Alpha Delta Pi alumna hv (erested in affiliating with t h« Junior alumnae may contact Mrs. Charles D. Viccellio. DER1DDER (Spl.) — Miss Belinda Williams, whose marriage '.o Charles David Green will be in event of August 25. has been iionored with a number of parties. A group of hostesses enter- ained with a tea shower at the inme of Mrs. Euclid Morris. Co- ; inste??es \\crr Mmes. Booth lone. 1 :. Snm Roberts Jr.. Merle -larpcr Cl'ffnrd Nolen. Paul Stark. Sim Cararas. and Grady *ylc. Mrs. Samson Miers entertained i grr-'ip nf the bride's friends vith a cnnu"! shower at her mmr\ At the home ot Mrs. R. R. McCain, there was a breakfast co- hosteved by Mrs. G. E. Henry slid Mrs. Riley Ward. A swim- mine party followed in the pool it the home of Mrs. W. D. West. Mrs. Harry McLaughlin w a s hostess at a buffet luncheon at her home. A group gathered at the home Stork Shower Given in Honor Of Mrs. Dorsoy A stork shower honoring Mrs. Leo Dousay was given Monday evening by Mrs. J. B. Chapman and Mrs. George Graham at Mrs. Graham's home in Hollywood. Pink and blue were used in dec- Crating. Trip honoree was presented a lof Mrs. H. H. Haynes. for making' J rice bags to be used at the wed! ding reception. Co-hostesses were : Mrs. R. L. Haynes and Mrs. L. C. Lee. i i A swim and kitchen shower, , was held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Majewski and Miss Pam Majewski. The rehearsal supper will he held Friday night al the home of' Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Green, rn- hnsted by Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Green and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green. Guests will include members of the bridal party, Mr. and M r s. Fred Sheets. Miss Vickie W i 1- j liams. Mrs. Hubert Green. Rev. , and Mrs. Emory Wallace, Mr. and ; Mrs. Grady Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. : Fred Pope of Shrevcport, Sandra, | Freddie and Eichard Pope, Mr. I and Mrs. Alan Bennett, Gayle and ; Marsha Bennett, Miss Gail Rob- j erts, Ronnie Roberts, Miss Pam Majewski. Also Sherman Cooley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vaugh, George Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. LaCaze. M r s. Noni Barrie, Mrs. Jewel S h a w. |Johnny Brewer, Paul Slrccker, ; Frank Roberts, Gary Green, Millard Morris, Johnny Jones. DIOGEHES WOULD FLIP SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — Sheriff's deputies Russell Mize and John Townsend called off their fishing expedition near the mouth of Sarasota Bay when Mize discovered he had lost his wallet. H had contained $50 and import aril personal papers. Mize was watching television ;il home several hours later when the telephone rang. The caller identified himself as Jurgcn K. Peue.rherd of Sarasota. HP said he and his sister had been tishing in their boat \\hon they saw a wallet floating on the tide toward the Gulf of Mexico. They netted it and reutrned it, soupy but. intact, to Mize. Approximately 25 guests attend- When you prepare a soft custard sauce with ecs yolks, you ean beat the eeE whiles to the soft peak since and fold them into the |colrl sauce: Do this just before serving. In summer, the custard I is delightful over sliced peaches or blueberries or a combination of i the hut fruits. Bridge Club Winners Are Announced North-South The winners of the Morning Duplicate Bridge club meeting at Bevo's Saturday were as follows: 1st. Mrs. C. M. Miller and Mrs. \ A. W. Noland: 2nd. Mrs. C. Inkle-: harder and Mrs. Joe P. Morgan; \ 3rd, Mrs. Kdw;ird Carmouche and Mrs. Douglas Donaldson; and 4th, Mrs. J. A. Ward and Mrs. Wilson ( Montgomery. Kast-Wrst 1st. Mrs. Lock Pat-el and Mrs. Ashton Fenrt; 2nd. Mrs, Earl R. rtoinkc and Mrs. William Paynler: 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Mr-Ghee; 4th. Mrs. Robert She hamer and Mrs. Roy Mc.Call. 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