Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 23, 1964 · Page 13
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 13

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Saturday, May 23, 1964
Page 13
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JANET HICKINOBOTTOM Valedictorian JAMES HAGAR Valedictorian CHERYL ROBINSON Salulatorian WAYNE SMITH Salutaiorian EXERCISES Marion Lists Honor Grads Marion High School will award 74 diplomas to graduating seniors at exercises Monday. Honor graduates are Janet Hickingbottom and James Hagar, valedictorians, and Cheryl Robinson and salutatorians. Wayne Smith, The graduation exercises will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the school gym. Miss Robinson will give the invocation. A word of welcome will be said by Hagar and a valedictory address will be given by Miss Hickingbottom. W. C. Mims, principal, will speak before the assembly and the graduating class. Following these remarks, Smith will preside over the presentation of the annual school awards. The awards and persons presenting them are: Band awards, J. Distefano; athletic awards, R. L. Landry; Underwood Commerce award, Robert Turner; Bell Telephone Science award, Russ Estes; and the W. 0. W. American History award, Chris Simmons. Also, American Heritage award, W. E. Nason; Civitan award, R. L. Rouse; American Legion award, R. L. Strauss; and the scholarship awards, Mrs. Josephine Hill. Marion High School counselor, Mrs. Nelda O'Conor will award diplomas to the gradual ing class. The school band and chorus will participate in the program. The baccalaureate service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Marion gym, beginning with the senior processional to "War March of the Priests" by Mendelssohn, The service will open with an invocation by Elizabeth Scranton. An address will be given by Rev. Wilton Anthony. The Marion group will sing High "The choral Lord's Prayer" by Simenone, and the benediction will be offered by Janet Graham. Wagner's "Tannhauser" be played for the seniors' recessional. Edward Gayle Establishes Three Grants Three new college scholar* ships for Louisiana high school students have been established by a Lake Charles man. The scholarships in the amount of $300 annually have been created at Louisiana State University, McNeese State College and the University Southwestern Louisiana. Edward F. Gayle is the donor of the scholarships which will be administered by the Masonic Educational Foundation. The scholarships are to awarded annually to the applicants who submit the best essays on Americanism. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Gayle taught Southwestern Louisiana tute and served as president of the Louisiana Teachers Association in 1904-05. At the 1960 convention of the LTA, Gayle was honored as the dean of the organization's living past presidents. He has been president of the Masonic Educational Foundation for 32 years and has served as grand master of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana. The announcement of the new scholarships was made by Gayle in his 1963 report to the educational foundation. 'Focus Week' Scheduled At Church In WL WEST LAKE (Spl.) - Members of the Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the Westwood Baptist Church of West Lake participated in GA Focus Week held recently. Included in their activities was a trip to the Carey Associational GA meeting at Houston River Baptist Church, a bar- be ™ 6 ^l\W m ?,, P - arty - i/ The Rev. Bill Billings, asso- The highlight of their week dat tor f Boulev * rd was a presentation ceremony. tist c f, urch has been Eosfdo/e Sets Guest During this service the girls were presented formally each wearing a white dress and carrying a white candle surrounded with green net ruffles on a circle of gold which served as a nosegay, The nosegays had streams on white, green and go ribbons. Mrs. Van Walker, president guest preacher for the a.m. Sunday worship service at the Eastdale Baptist Churcbi according to the Rev. Gordon Ash, pastor. Rev. Mr. Billings is a , ate of Louisiana College has completed three years of study at the New Orleans Bap- of the Woman's Missionary so- j tist Theological Seminary. He ciety, presented each girl with has taught at the Union Thep- a sterling silver charm brace- logical Baptist Seminary in let, a gift from the WMS- 'New Orleans. Becky Gregory, Susan Mann, was presented as lady-in-waiting and Carol Egedy was presented as princess. After toe ceremony, the girls received g u e s t s for refreshments in the leUowghJp hall. Mrs. C. W. Glower is the GA leader at tb church, and Dr. Charles Egedy is pastor. The public is invited to attend, the services. The bmtle cone pine trees ol California, oJdtst known living thing oo earth, look somewhat like living driftwood. lrSHARO.T68l.ivi THAT KNOSSY WALSH STUCK HIS PACE INTO 6U1? BUS'NESS,., AFTER ALL WE SAID) f' JOE PALO COOLC^OU TELL ME rlOUl t STft/o: J0/Trt TH6 BASES L<JAD£D, ('M lrtlNttA/6 OP LEAVING ' U)£L(., I MADE A FOOL PEANUTS HATM NO FURY LIKE A RUDELV AWAKENED/.'' IT'SA HAIRY QINZBIRD// WELCOME.) TO lit' ABNER f WBLL,JOHN,PIPY SIR,THEM AKSTHE OUR OVERSEM \ HISH-ALTITUP6 PHOTOS JUNKET FLUSH OUT OP £EP ARMOR COAMNfl A USD JUNOLB / UP TO'SAVB'THB NEW , NATION PROM'INVASION WE'LL WRAP IT UP fW! UP... HAT TH6Y THINK BUT IN THG ACTUAL JUNatB IT is THE REP LgADSW ARE CLOJIN6 IN WAS TH&CAUSE Of THE FIASCO... COMRAPfiJ BXTH& YELLOW PLANE-UP AHEAD/ IT WAS THAT U.S/V '1° I HAVE'A WOMAN MISSIONARY CONCESSION f ROM WHO STARTCP IT r*rH6R I MAY NOT sXLrJ j- STEVE CANYON THEY &l VER A FLIPfW "EAPACHE THEY TRY TSELLVEB ANDY CAPP —TVOU'RE JUST LUCKY PUT THE HORNS ON HIM TO MAKE HIM LOOK LIKE A SILLY GOAT I REALLY DON'T HAVE HORNS x LOOK AT THE CARTOON TH' PORE THING WUZ LAID UP IN BEP A WHOLE SOLID WEEK-- FLftT OF HIS BACK I HEAR YORE MAN SNUFFY'S GOTTH'CHILLS AN' FEVER SNUFFY SMITH BRENDA STARR A\R.ZANVIL~I SORT Of HINTED TO YOU AND YOUR PARTNER THAT DANE MIGHT- WASH OUT ON THE TGUfc-AND YOU A5KEP IF HIS PRO&IEM-WA* THE &OTTU-AND I YOU THJNK IT V NOW I WANT TO 5AV V I'M SURE JU*T I UED--THAT DANE WOULDN'T) LOOWNG AT ML DRINK. AGLAW OF WINE, A.MAKES YOU BOTH AND THAT HE'S-A WOHPtRfUL SICKI-SO I COULD LISTEN WHILE SATURDAY, MAY 23,1'384, Lake €haff« AmaHeaA NJS 1<l mfirmi-Tminffiiiiiirmimi^^ I «J GETS 25-YEAR PIN — Joe Worrell, left, head of the U.S. Weather Bureau office here, pins a 25- year Department of Commerce Length of Service emblem, on John Buchanan, meteorological technician at the local office. Buchanan served seven years with the U.S. Navy weather service, 10 years with the Weather Bureau in Idaho and eight years here. He lives at 1805 14th St. with his wife, Lynn, and their two children, Donald Wayne, 17, and Diane, 13. STOCK MARKET Mineral Issues Hot, Then Cool NEW YORK (AP)-Some of the red hot mineral issues cooled off Friday as the stock market went through a mixed session with selective gains by blue chips late in the day. Trading slackened. Texas Gulf Sulphur resumed Its role as the most active stock, losing s ,k fit 54% on 297,800 shares as .additional profits wore taken. Area Residents To Graduate At La. College PINEVILLE (Spl.) -- Thirteen Lake Charles area residents are scheduled to receive bachelor's degrees at Louisiana College commencement exercises set for 8 p.m. Tuesday in alumni stadium. The students are Wayne A. Grcenlcaf and Carl Primeaux, both of Lake Charles, and Gene j entire' rmirkrT was irregular 1 ' 1 "' R, vSwinson ol Lonovi e, a i »,,,„ .„ • , , n bachelor of arts; Audrey F. ihc Asmlud p «*-" »™' Jackson, Ellen Loewer Hall, both of Eunice, John W. Griffin, DeRidder, and Cecil G. Thursday's hero in the current vogue for natural resource discoveries, Occidental Petroleum, slipped to second most active and lost Ua at 31% on 162,800 shares. Many traders were apparently taking no chances that the current hunger for stocks with stories such as Texas GulE's and Occidental's would survive i the weekend. ! A selective return to some of . the blue chips in late trading ' was the opposite side of the i coin as profits cashed on specu- ; lative gains were put into higher quality issues. International Harvester rose I 2, Caterpillar t, IBM 2, Eastman Kodak IVa and Standard Oil (New Jersey) Ti. In the over-all list of 1,350 issues traded, 523 declined and 503 advanced. New highs for the year totaled fit and new lows 30. Advances by several "big stocks," was enough to give the Dow Jones industrial average an advance of 1.07 at 820.87. Hails were off slightly as a group and utilities moved up only a bit, KO the tone of the Caze, Elizabeth, all bachelor of science. Also, Charles V. Sanders Jr. of Leesville and Jack 11. Stokcld of CSlenmora, science degrees. bachelor The Associated Press age of (i() stocks closed unchanged at .'iOtJ.8 with industrials off .2, rails off A and utilities up .fi. Volume was down to 4,l>5 million shares from Thursday's fairly active 5.37 million. Texas Pacific Land's chair- °f ' man denied reports that the 1 trust had land adjacent to that Others are Kalherine Launn, °" vhidl U " S - iting made; a and Ray Brooks ol Calcasieu Peggy Florence Kent of DcQuin- cy, both bachelor of arts in education. and Ann Aguillard and Betty Dee Sloaric, both of Ku..... • " Ulj(ir Icxlc "- discovery '" , x; ' s ' acl[ic> Declined nice, bachelor education. of science in MARY WORTH Area Seniors Will Receive SLC Degrees HAMMOND (Spl.) - Gerald W. Daigle of Cameron and John. W. Todd of Sulphur will be among 383 Southeastern Louisi-, ana College seniors who will re-! ceive their undergraduate de-! grees at May 30 commence- i ment exercises. i Daigle will receive the bachelor of science degree and Todd ! the bachelor of music education degree. Clayton Rand, prominent publisher and nationally known newspaper columnist, will be the guest speaker. Degrees will be conferred by Dr. Luther H. Dyson, college president. The ceremonies will be at 3 30 p.m. in the coliseum. i _ ISulphur Church To Hold Picnic SULPHUR (Spl.) - The aco- i lytes of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Sulphur-MapJewood, will hold their annual picnic today at Holly Beach. i David M. Condon, acolyte chairman, is in charge of ar- i rangements and transportation. Komodo dragons, largest of all living lizards, can swim but they prefer to prowl dry land. They sometimes stand up on,k their bind legs to survey their! I • | Kerr-MeGce Oil said it holds """'"JJ clalnis near the U.S. bmelting property but had no knowledge of how significant this might be. The stock fell li. Prices rose irregularly on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were slightly higher. U.S. government bonds were unchanged to higher. real scootering fun.., for just pennies a dsy! Highlander World-famous Cushman Scooters give low-cost thrill-packed transportation! Come in and see the complete line ot Cushman Scooters today. - ,„„ PRICtS S1A8I Cl "" plt V , AS 10* 45 ready to dn»«! Jerms... Low Sown Paymwtl surroundings.

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