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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
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18 AUGUST 26, 1962, Uke Chorfes American Press v y * -<^v *. NANCY JOANN MADDOX Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Maddox of this city have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Joann, to Joseph Patrick Distefano, son of Mrs. Edith Keas- ly of York, Pa. They will wed Oct. R in Si. Patrick's Catholic church of York. JOAN YOUNGBLOOD SULPHUR (Spl.) — The'engage- men! and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan, lo Doyle Liiile, is announced by Mr. and Mrs. George E. Youngblood. The groom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Little, all of Sulphur. The wedding is planned for Sept. 7. MRS. D. A. COINS Mrs. Donald Alan Goias, nee Sarah Ellen Ferguson, and daughter of the Oiis O. Fergusons of Anacoco, was married Aug. 18 In Ihe Leesville First Meihodisi church. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coins of Leesville. They will live in Leesville where the groom is a pharmacist. Charity Bridge Game Aug. 29 A1^nMovTOWnt*asp|a^t}, st f :3 n 9A ^ $# Q^ «,- Altewril 6y. ffle tafte C&Htes ctofr at H» Wajfestte . Wiftrtew were as follows: 1st Jack BrfsroR and Barry Marcos; fed, Mrs. tack Pftret astf Mrs. J. W. C. Wright of Baton ftoogfc; 3rd, Mrs. B. B. Goebraan and Mrs. G. G. Hirseh; 4tft, Mfes Kitty LaHood and Pete Amkk. There is a Charity Game sefted- GERRIE TOUCHETTE Mr. and Mrs. Elridge Touchette of Hackberry announce the Sept. 8 wedding plans of their daughter, Gerrie, and Gene Hebert, son of Mrs, Pervia Hebert of Abbeville. St. Peter's Catholic church will be the site of the Nuptial Mass. BETTY MOORS Mr. and Mrs. Homer Moore announce the engagement and Sept. 9 wedding ptens of their daughter, Betty Roe, and Johnny Wayne Dubord, son of Mr. and Mrs, John S. Dubord, all of Moss Bluff. The rites will take place in the home of the bride's parents. Couple Married In Oklahoma MRS. DALTON RAY BERRY PERKINS PTA FIRST MEET SULPHUR (Sp.)-The first meeting of the D. S. Perkins elementary PTA for the new school year has been set for Sept. 18. Meeting dates, programs and committee members for the year were discussed by the executive board in a recent meeting with Louis Beglis, president, presiding. Other meeting dates scheduled for the year include Nov. 13, Jan. 15, March 19 and '.May 21. Immanuel Baptist church in Shawnee, Okla., was the setting of the wedding of Miss Jacqueline Jeane Webb of that city and Dalton Ray Berry of Hayes, La., Saturday evening, 7:30 o'clock. The double-ring candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev. Danny Thompson. Tall floor baskets of white glad- i o 1 i and mums and seven- branched candelabra were arranged against an altar setting of palms and jade foliage. A white satin prie-Dieu was used at the benediction. French Chantilly lace over taffeta fashioned the bride's gown. The fitted bodice and full skirt were scattered with sequins. An open crown webbed with dainty seed pearls held the fingertip veil of illusion edged with Chantilly lace. She carried a Bible arrangement of white roses and stephano- lis centered by a white catleya orchid. She wore a cameo which had belonged to her grandmother. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Webb of Shawnee, Okla., and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Berry of Hayes, La. The bride's attendants w e r _ Misses Sharon Kaye Griffin, who was maid of honor, and Sharon Webb, both of Shawnee, Okla. and ]v!rs. Sam Pilgreen of Clovis New Mexico. They wore identica dresses of powder blue organza over taffeta, and carried cascade EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL Church of the Good Shepherd 715 Kirkman Street Kindergarten — 4 and 5 year olds Grades 1 - 6 Registration now open HE 3-5244 os Broi/sse's Doll and Toy Sale Continues !! HUNDREDS OF TOYS MARKED DOWN TO COST AND BELOW NEW ADDITIONS! ONLY A FEW OF OUR STOREWIDE SAVINGS! KEGUI,AKL¥ SALE I'lUCE AURORA HO ROAD RACK „ 25 00 ROBOT COMMANDO 03 00 IDEAL FOOD CENTER ' "lO 00 IDEAL TRICK SHOT HAT . . e ' ( jO TONKA TRUCK, HOUSEBOAT AND TRAILKR . . 800 GILBERT 80 POWER TELESCOPE 2000 GILBERT ERECTOR SET WITH ELECTRIC .MOTOR 18 00 GILBERT MICROSCOPE AND CHEMISTRY SETS '...'. 15 nn BLUE AND GREY BATTLEGROUND SET LIONEL FAMOUS INVENTOR SET FOLDING TABLE AND CHAIR WOODEN TABLE AND SET . CHAIR SET '.in carton only; TABLE WJT/1 PEGS, HAMMER & BENCH MATTEL LIE DETECTOR GAME '"..'.' DOLLS AND STUFFED ANIMALS UP TO 50% OFF . 5.00 .10.00 . 20.00 . 7.77 .15.00 . 4.00 5.00 18.88 18.88 3.88 2.88 5.88 15.88 9.88 6.88 3.00 6.88 10.00 5.00 10.88 2.77 3.77 sere LAND 2010 enterprise bivd. hemW 9-548* ALL SWIM GOODS °" PJKiNAi ™ Use Qur fasy Loyaway Denver Wedding Of Interest Here bouquets of blue spider chrysanthemums. The groom's attendants were Shelby Delaney of Bell City, La., who was best man, and Gary O'Neal of Shawnee, Okla., and James Gettings of Oklahoma City, Okla. The reception was held in a garden .setting of the church. The couple left on a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Ark. The bride wore a silk paisley print suit in tones of rust, grey, and black with patent leather accessories, and a small black hat. and | an orchid corsage. | Mr. and Mrs. Berry will be at! home at Pine Haven apartments in Lake Charles. The bride attended Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Okla.,' where she was a member of Al-! pha Delta Pi, and is a sophomore at McNeese State college, where she also belongs to the Baptist' Student Union. The groom is a senior at McNeese State college where he is a member of Scabbard and Blade, ROTC, National Honorary fraternity, and the Baptist Student Union. Mrs. William Ernest Gorham Sr. of Lake Charles attended the wedding Friday, Aug. 24, of her grandson, William Ernest Gorham III, to Miss Joyce Ann Whitaker in the Central Christian church of Denver, Colo. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. K Gorham Jr., are former localitcs who now reside at 3475 South Birch Street in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Whitaker of Denver are parents of the bride. Dr. Donald McKay officiated at the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Musicians were Mrs. Earl Gray, organist, and William E. Keith, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of white silk organza featuring a portrait neckline trimmed in seed pearls, and a belled skirt ending in a chapel train. Her bouffant veil was anchored by a lace coronet. She carried white carnations and stephanolis, and her m o t h e r's pearls were her only adornment. Mrs. John 0. Kork of Ft. Collins, Colo., was matron of honor. Her gown of fern green silk organza over peau de soie was complemented by a matching net headdress and a cascade bouquet of bronze pom pom mums and steph- anolis. Dressed identically were bridesmaids Mrs. William E. Shaddock of Baton Rouge and Miss Camille Yakes of Denver. Steve Shaddock, the groom's nephew, was ringbearer. The groom's father was best man. Ushers included William E. Shaddock, Mike Thrash of Denver and William G. Creveling of Lake Charles. Miss Pat Boyd registered guests at the reception in the Petroleum club of Denver. The couple will be at home at 2155 Buchtel Blvd., Apt. 204, Denver. The bride attended Colorado State University, and the groom will continue his studies in January at Louisiana State University. it 1:39 p.m. In tfw Coffee Shop 91 IHSB Stsjfestfc notftl. Trcicevus of tfn? game. wMcfc is opeft to A* frabfic, wfB go to tht Aieetkm Cartrae* tsritigt ieagae Cfcar% Program's two designated tenefictette^ the tortffflte of Logopedtes mi the National Multiple Scfcrosfe society. AH bridge pfeyers in the area may participate, whether or not they hare ever played dapficata bridge. Lake Charles Business College FALL TERM 100 TIMES A DAY Did you ever stop to think how many times a day you turn on a I water faucet? There are more j than 150 uses for hot water in the i average home and turning on the spigot more than 100 times a day is not unusual. Eighty per cent of all the water used by the average family is hot water. That's | what makes the modern high i speed water heater the most important appliance in millions of i American homes. Higher Salary — Greater Opportunity ENROLL NOW for FALL TERM Select a business position as your career goal. Earn a higher salary. Enjoy security and stimulating friends. A career course at Lake Charles Business College will qualify you for early employment and rapid advancement. CHOOSE YOUR TIME-SAVING COURSE STENOGRAPHIC JUNIOR ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Our Placement Department receives many more calls than we can fill for skilled stenographers, bookkeepers, accountants, office machine operators, and others. Courses lead directly to these attractive careers. Experienced instructors guide you our courses. If demand justifies, medical secretarial course will be given. ACT TODAY, to learn whether you can benefit from one of our courses. Lake Charles Business College 2838 RYAN' PHONE 433-3982 SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CKNTER CAVIAR AT YOUR FEET... RES. U, S. PAT, OFP. Feast your eyes and treat your feet to the new Amalfi Italian imports—shoes that are real fashion caviar of European bootery! Each shoe is a masterpiece of sculptured precision. You'll love the pliant leathers, the smart new heels, the daring new toes. Designed by Rangoni in Florence, these are shoes destined to enhance your every costume , . , delight your every step. GREY, BLACK OR.BROWN SUEDE $23 RED, CINGHIALE (BROWN) OR BLACK KID ALL IN WOVEN LEATHER $20 PAQU* SMOOTH BLACK CALF $20 ALA BLACK, BROWN, OR RED KID ALL IN WOVEN LEATHER $24

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