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August 26, 1962

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 19

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MRS. ELDON ROBERT BAILEY Miss Collier Is Wed to E* Bailey Miss Marylyn Fay Collier became the bride of Eldon Robert 3niley in a ceremony celebrated iaturday, August 25, at Lake Charles Bible church, the Rev. jowell Baggctt officiating. The double-ring ceremony took ilace at 6 p.m. The couple's parents are Mr. md Mrs. William Edward Collier ind Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge B, Jailey, all of Lake Charles. White glads and mums decorat- :d the church. The organist was >lrs. Colowel Airhart and the so- oist, Richard Ayres. The bride, given in marriage j >y her father, wore a gown of i-hite imported silk organza fea- uring a sculptured neckline oul- ined with rose appliques. The kit fell into a chapel train. A iilk organza rose held the silk il- usion veil. The bride carried a •at in and lace covered Bible ilong with a bouquet of white wcetheart roses and ivy. The matron of honor, Mrs. Don- ild Douglas, was wearing a street- c-nglh dress of hot pink chiffon. Icr bouquet was of -cymbidium irc'biils. The bridesmaids, Misses Paricia Wittier of Lake Charles and 'arol Wescott of Jackson, Miss., vora similarly styled dresses of >ale pink chiffon, matching hats, ind carried the same flowers. Steve Bailey, brother of the jroom, was best man. John Bail•y and Paul Musgrove w ere jrooniKincn, and Donnis Collier if West Lake, and Donald Lathim, ushers. A reception followed in the ihurch fellowship hall. The couple left later on a trip ,o the gulf coast. On their return they will be at lome at 2620 Gen. Travis here. The bride, a graduate of Me- 'Jeese State college, was em- )loyed by the Calcasieu Parish Department of Welfare prior to her marriage. The groom received his BS degree from McNecse and his master's degree in accounting from Louisiana State University. He is MRS. RALPH PURCELL CAMPBELL JR. Ralph Purcell Campbell Jr., son of the Senior Campbells of Lake Charles, received his master's degree from Louisiana State university shortly before his Aug. 18 marriage to Miss Betty Lucille Stacey, daughter of the James Vernon Staceys of Baton Rouge. Honor attendants at the Baptist Student Center chapel wedding were Mrs. W. D. McCurry and Robert J. Talbot. The bride, an LSU alumna, will teach at Barbe elementary school here this Fall. employed Steel Co. Oriental Silk in Smashing Sheaths Gorgeous silk from the Far East makes up into stunning by the W. B. Smiley sheaths, au naturel. I Heavy, richly-colored shantung from Thailand in plaids makes spectacular cocktail dresses, with colors stacked from top to bottom in wide horizontal bands. Best in sleeveless, jewel neck, unwaisted models, loosely belted. a beauty kit to introduce you to a chance to Iry truly glamorous cosmetics! Germaine Monteil has gathered 1 of her basic beauty preparations in a smart- introductory or travel kit ot a special price. 10.00 Plus Fed. Tax KATHERYN BREAUX Miss Kaiheryn Mary Breaux and Ernest J, Sittig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sittig of Iowa, will marry Sept. 1 at St. Raphael's Catholic church there. The announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Breaux, parents of the bride-elect. meet Miss Josephine Regan M: f s Montoil's special representative QUO ajiuillanr of slage and screen stars v.'ll be at Riff's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to consult with you. Chic-est City Falls /or a Fad Elegant Parisieunes and Americans in Paris have been struck by feather fever, say reports from .ho continent. feathers, real or fabulously :)hony, adorn evening dresses coining from the ateliers of the liauto couture and are being worn »ven across the channel by th« more fashion-conscious members rf the British royalty. a gift for you , , . at Riff's You'll receive a beauty gift of Super Moist (worth $3.50) with the purchase of any Germaine Monteil preparation. This special offer good through Sept. 15. SUN., AU6UST 26, 1962, Ufc» MRS. A. J. TROSCLAIR Bridal Packet Is Ideal Gift Want to do something special for the new bride in the family or among friends? Consider seeing that she receives a "Packet for the Bride", a carefully selected group of publications offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of the department's Centennial observance this year. The packet is something every bride can use, as she begins her homemaking duties. It gives help- ful suggestions on buying, preparing, and protecting food, and in the protection and care of fabrics. It's all packaged in an attractive folder entitled "Packet For the Bride", an ideal "extra" gift at parties or showers given in the bride's honor. Single copies of "Packet for the Bride" will be scut free to brides who request it from the Office of Information, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 25, D.C. Sulphur Is Wed Miss Geraldine Caothron and A. J. Trosclair were married in a candlelight setting Friday in the First Baptist church of Sulphur, the Rev. Joe W. Bartlett performing the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fusilier of Sulphur. The groom is the son of Mrs. Theresa Trosclair, also of Sulphur. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white Alencon lace over taffeta. A tiara of seed pearls held her veil of tulle. Her only jewelry was ! a strand of pearls, a gift of thej groom. She carried a white Bible topped with an orchid bouquet. Mrs. Broox Owen of Lafayette, '• matron of honor, was attired in a j mist green silk brocade dress. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations. , Miss Betty Jean Cauthron ofj Lake Charles, sister of the bride, | and Miss Lollie Alclredge of Vinton served as bridesmaids. They were dressed identical to the matron of honor and carried bouquets of pink carnations. Serving as best man was Hershel C. Shirey, brother-in-law of the groom. Groomsmen were, Broox Owen of Lafayette and Al-1 ton Starkey of Baton Rouge, broth-! er-in-law of the groom. Julius Lynn Fusilier and Michael Shirey were ushers. The bride's mother wore a dress of pink embroidered silk with black accessories. Miss Meredith Bartlett was in Couple Friday charge of the gaest book. Assist* ing with the reception were Mr* R. E. McKtaney and Mrs. Al H, Jones. The bride chose as her going* away dress a blue sheath dresi with black accessories. 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Sizes 10 to 20. 29.95 U5S YOUR ChAR&g ACCOUNT

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