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OCIETY t 41" t O Mrs. William Graves Edwards weds William Graves Edwards and William Lea were recently married in an evening candlelight ceremony at Temple in Walker. at the double ring were the Reverend Billie ledy and the Reverend W.S of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of Springfield. The s parents are Sheriff and Mrs. Watson. music was performed by the Oak Methodist Handbell Choir. lions included "Festival Overture" io" and "March" of Handels' as Processional and "Carillion for a us Day" as the recessional. Carol Justice accompanied the soloist Melanie Rushing who sang "Flesh of My Flesh" and "While They are Kneeling." A brass fan shaped candelabra on either side centered the altar. The fan candelabra was decorated with a hori- zontal arrangement of fresh pink and white snapdragons and Jade palm. White doves connected by a twisted pink satin ribbon accented the arrange- ment. The spiral candelabra were decorated with large pink satin bows as was the white satin kneeling bench. Flanking the spiral candelabra were arrangements of fresh flowers including pink gladiolas, pink and white snap- dragons, pink carnations and Jade palm. French scholars returning to school, those who speak French already, those trying to learn the language should benefit from programs in the French language. The Ponchatoula Times provides the schedule below for the television show "Vlsiorm" which readers on Channel 10 on cable "IV, Channel 27 on the regular dial. August 24 p.m. 1:30-2:00 p.m. VISIONS AUGUST --- EN FRANCAIS EN FRANCAIS Interview of Mrs. Jeanne Ducluzeau, of Chattel- lerault, France, on her novel dedicated to the Acadians. Also, a visit to an oyster bed and seafood restaurant in the same area of Western France. (rerun) IMAGES DU MONDE FRANCOPHONE: "L'e'trange ami de tortues" is a legend of the Car- ribean. The strange adventure of young Carlito, who saves the turtles slaughtered by his father with the aid of his dead uncle, offers a moral lesson on useless animal extermination. (rerun) BRANCH-DANIELS General Insurance 386-9987 ,er Branch Jr. 165 E. Pine st. P.O. Drawer 57B Ponchatoula For the convenience of my Ponchatoula, Albany, Springfield, Bedico, Robert, and Hammond clients... Please note the direct dial number to my Amite office 542-0403 JOSEPH SIMPSON Attorney At Law Box 1017 Amite, La. Additional altar flowers included palms and brass stands holding large Boston ferns. The edge of the altar was lined with pots of fresh pink hydrangeas wrapped in white foil and accented with pink satin bows and Boston ferns. The brass candelabra holding the unity candle was decorated with ivy, pink miniature carnations, white pom pore chrysanthemums gypsophelia and a pink satin bow. Registry tables at either entrance to the sanctuary were centered with fresh arrangements of red roses, pink carna- lions, white pom pore chrysanthemums, gypsophelia, twisted vine, white doves and leatherleaf fern. Terri Wall, cousin of the bride, presided at the guest registry. Family pews were marked by fresh arrangements of pink snapdragons, white carnations, red roses, gypsophelia and fern. Additional pew markers were made of pink miniature carnations, white oom .pore .chrysanthemums, gypsovnmm and leatherleaf fern with large pink sanr bows. The bride, escorted and given in marriage by the parents, chose a white gown of crystalized organza featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline and short puffed sleeves. The sculptured bodice was accented with imported embroidered lace, irredescents, and seed pearls. Fluted ruffling around the hemlinel flowed into a cathedral train. The train; which fell from a satin bow at the back' of the waist was accented with embroidered lace on either side of fluted ruffling which formed an inverted "v". To complete her gown she wore white elbow length gauntlets of organdy, accented with imported lace at the wrist and elbow. Her hat matched her gown and was overlaid with finely pleated organza. It was further accented with lace, irredescents, seed pearls and white silk flowers. It featured a short ruffled pony in the back. She wore a strand of white pearls centered with a pear] and diamond pennant, a gift from the groom. Her hair was highlighted with sprigs of fresh gypsophelia. The bride carried a crescent shaped, free form of cascade of silk flowers. The bouquet included white Phalanopsts orchids, stephanotis, varigated ivy, twisted vine, fern, seed pearl dusters and white satin picotee ribbons tied in love knots. For something old and something blue, the bride carried an handmade blue linen handkerchief with delicately crocheted edging which was made by the groom's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Julia Goodlett. Serving the bride as matron of honor was her sister Vicky Coats. Bridesmaids were Sharon Kennedy, sister of the bride, Frances LaFleur, sister of the groom, Marilyn Jarreau, sister of the groom, Connie James, cousin of the bride, Cheryl McKinney, and Louise White. Junior bridesmaid was Erica Kennedy, niece of the bride. They were identically attired in long gowns of light rose taffeta. The gown featured an assymetical bodice with a pleated peplum, short puffed sleeves, and a bow at the waist. All attendants to the bride worehairpieces of fresh pink; atstromeria, gypsophelia and narrow, pink satin ribbon. They carried French arm bouquets of fresh Rubrum lillies, pink and burgundy alsllomeria, gypsophelia, and leatherleaf fern with pink crystalized ribbon streamers. junior attendants to the bride were Kelly LaFleur and Amy Jarreau, nieces of the groom. Their dresses were identical to the bridesmaids and they wore wrist corsages of pink rosebuds, pink and burgundy .alstromeria and gypsophelia. During the processional they carried long stemmed red roses which the bride and groom presented to their mothers. Flower girls were Annie Coats, niece PLEASE SEE PAGE EIGHT Bronze pouring The temperature passes 1000 degrees as SLU Visual arts head Dr. Roy Blackwood, left, and student Michael Embry do a bronze pouring in the university foundry for the Louisiana Special Olympics. Chosen E'om entries throughout the state, Blackood's bronze sculptures will honor the outs.tanding state volunteer. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, AUGUST 21, 1986, PAGEFIVE You Want It?-.- LOW Got It! 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