Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 26, 1962 · Page 17
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August 26, 1962

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 17

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1 MRS. PEGRAM LAZENBY McCREARY JR. SHOP MONDAY 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. wool jersey sheath wool woven stripe jacket Wed by Candlelight in Centenary Chapel Service Floor baskets of gladioli alternated with tan branch candelabra to form a background for the August 1ft wedding of Miss Mary Jane Karnsey and Pegram Lazenby McCreary Jr. in the Brown Memorial Chapel of Centenary college, Shreveport. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Ramsey of Shreveport and Dr. and Mrs. Pegram L. McCreary Sr. of Lake Charles. Miss Frances McCreary, the groom's sister, was maid of honor. The Misses Evelyn Martin and Helen Brown, both of Shreveport, were dressed like the honor attendant in ballet length gowns of white peau de soie complemented by pearl crowns and cascade bouquets of red roses. Junior bridesmaids were the Misses Mary McCreary of this city and Margaret Johnson of Keatchie. They wore white organdy dresses trimmed in lace with red sashes and velvet hairbows. Miss Beth Fryar of Shreveport was flower girl and Johnnie Johnson of Keatchie was ring- bearer. The groom's father served as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Glenn Carpenter of Lake Charles, Bill McQueen of Houma, Buddy Daily and Jimmy Couvillion of Shreveport. The latter two attendants also lit the candles. Dr. D. L. Dykes officated at the 10 a.m. double ring rite. William Teague and D. E. Flowers were musicians. The bridal gown of imported handcllpped Chantilly lace fea- tured a Sabrina neckline Embellished with seed pearls and French sequins. The triple-tiered lace skirt tapered to a chapel train. A tiered veil of imported silk illusion was caught with a crystal and pearl crown. The bride attended Byrd high school and centenary college. Her husband attended Lake Charles high school and Tulane University, and received his BS degree from Centenary. He is a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. The couple will live in Baton Rouge following a wedding trio to Florida. First Methodist Scene of Rites Standards of white gadioll, stock and chrysanthemums decorated the Chapel of the First Methodist church here Saturday, August 25, for the double ring ceremony uniting Miss Sara Jane Streater and Donald L. Denbow in marriage. The Rev. George W. Pomeroy, pastor, officiated at the quiet rite, attended only by members of the immediate family. Miss Juanelva Rose was organist. Both alumni of the University of Texas, the newlyweds will be at home in Austin where the groom is a graduate student at UT, and the bride teaches at the State School for the Blind. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gorham Streater of this city, the bride chose a cobalt blue costume suit with white satin and mink accents. A small mink pillbox and bouquet of white rose buds and stephanotis completed her ensemble. She is a graduate of Lake Charles high school, and was a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority at UT. Miss Sharon Rives, Houston. Tex., was the bride's only attendant. She wore a costume suit of champagne silk with a feathered hat and cymbidium orchid cor- MBAf MP POT entertatnfng, try thfc Easy Meat Dip for appetizer trays of evening snacks. Mix two 2% 9m ertam, !«noa jbfct fflMen fact. IB* 17 ounce jar* of devfled ham with i chips. . Iy sfof efifiL sera *fin cusp vegetable f align** « Mr. Denbow is the son of Mrs. John I* Denbow of Corsicana, T« Pa , nd . the late Mn De "bow. Tom Flemings of Austin was best man. Large high-domed rings studded with gems will be torrid tips on fingers this Fall. Favorites include giant baroque pearls dotted with sapphires with a few diamonds thrown in for good meas- l ; t L >e frankly faka copies, too! LAYNE STONE SCHOOL OF DANCE 3900 Common St. FALL SEMESTER BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 27th CONTINUOUS ENROLLMENT Subjects Taught: • Tap • Acrobatic • Modern Jazz • Character • Ballet • Toe And Teen-Age Ballroom Layne is a member of N.A.A.D.A.—National Association of Dance and Affiliated Artists—the largest dance organization In the world. He is also a former National Faculty Member. CALL GR 7-5854 For Further Information a dramatic fall ensemble 35.95 by Julie Miller That wonderful costumed look . . , Beautifully tailored woven striped % jacket in bold coordinated colors, compliments a smart sheath of 100% wool jersey. Jacket and sheath are lined for shape retaining lines that rate applause. Misses sizes in blue/green or red/brown combinations.. THIRD FLOOR OP FASHION SINCE 1882 Faberge' elegant cologne spray 2,75 fir 3.75 Elegant, ingenious single-action Cologne spray in fluted, frosted, fabric-topped cylinders with no cap to remove . . . your favorite fashion fragrance at the louch of your fingertip—Aphrodesia, Woodhue, Tigress, Flambeau. COSMETIC* f STREET FLOOR JUST SAY "CHARGE-IT" genuine cobra shoe and bag set 1590 if purchased separately SHOES 9.99 BAG 5.99 n* d ° mestjc a ted cobra Into a soft and supple shoe .,. vamp framed cutaway folds, pointed toe, curved throat, and the exotic cobra texture brilliantly gleeming. Black, brown or red In medium-high and blah heels sizes 5 to 10, AAA to B. Conies with matching handbag at a pries that can'i DO best! ORDER BY MAIL OR PHONE HE 9-4531 *Ply» Wo fwtorol fox w fht hgndboa |HO| SAWN « STRgBT FLOOR

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