Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 24, 1964 · Page 10
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 10

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, May 24, 1964
Page 10
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I fi SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1964, Lake Charles American NsS District Methodists To Attend Conference Representatives of the Lake Charles District of Ihc Methodist Church to attend the Louisiana Annual Conference of (he Methodist Church were announced today. District ministers and lay delegates will attend the Conference at Centi-nary College in Shreveport June 1-5. Heading (he delegation will be District Superintendent Dr. R. Leonard Cooke of Lake Charles. C h u r c h c s, ministers, and delegates from the district are: Cameron-Grand Chenicr, The Rev. R. M. Bentley, Ned Grain. DeQuincy, The Rev. Jack S. Winegeart, Mrs. Ray Cooley. First Methodist of DeRidder, The Rev. Roberl H. Jamieson, The Rev. W. Spiller Milton (associate), Fred Schweitzer. Wesley, Anacoco, The Rev. Raymond M. Crofoot, Mid Cole. Council Changes Meeting DEQUINCY (Spl.l-A change, in the date for the next meeting of the DeQuincy Community < Council and the appointment of new committee members has been announced by Jake Mullican, council president. Mtillican said that the May meeting will not be held Monday night as scheduled because of the high school graduation also set for that night. Committee appointments re-, cently made at an executive: board meeting held at f,he home' of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gcan are j as follows: Membership and attendance: ' G. C. Gibson, chairman, and Mrs. Osier Douglas, Mrs. Dick Industries! Supervisors Set Meeting *~F "Self Development" will be the topic of an address to area Industrial Supervisors at their regular meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Chateau Charles Restaurant. H. F. .\abors. manager of organization and management development for Continental Oil Co., will be the principal speaker. A native of Durango, Colo.. Nabors first became affiliated with Continental in 1935 in the Rattlesnake Field in New Mexico. He has served Hie company In various posts since that time in Texas, Wyoming, Oklahoma,' and New York. He became manager of organization and management development in 1963. Powell, Mrs. Guy Craft, and Mrs. W. E. Alston, members. Hospitality: C. L. Adcock, chairman, and Mrs. Robert Lockett, and Mrs. Fan Heard, members. Youth and recreation: "Richard Quinn, chairman, and Rev. Jack Winegeart, Dr. C. E. Rutledge Jr., Mrs. C. E. Prejean, Mrs. W. E. Gean, and Frank- Harris, members. Municipal affairs: Edgar Perkins Jr., chairman, and Earl Snider, J. 0. Vinson, Ed Clark, and Mrs. Harvey E m m i c k, members. City beaulification and improvement: Mrs. Nathan Mar- rantel. chairman, and Mrs. Harry L. Shaheen, Mrs. King Alexander, and Mrs. Jim Walker, members. The following special project committees were appointed: Calendar of events: Mrs. Jim Walker, chairman, and Mrs. Frankie Bauer, and Mrs. Harvey Emmick, members. Coordinating fund drives: Mrs. Harry L. Shaheen, chairman and Mrs. Fan Heard and J G. Vinson, members. These committees will make their first progress reports at the next general meeting of the council to be held June 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the DeQuincy Recreation Center. COUNTRY CLUB THIEF STRONG MIAMI (AP) - Al Kimball. pool manager of a Miami country club, was the victim of a "strong arm" robbery. Someone stole a 125-pound barbell and got away by tossing it. over a fence. Elton, The Rev. Paul C. Carroll, Wallace Stroud. Eunice-Basile, The Rev. Robert W. Bengston, Mrs. W. A. . Miller. i Florien - Hornbeck, The Rev. J. R. Hoffpauir, Steve Dubose Gueydan, The Rev. E. P. Drake, Edward Frecland. ; Iowa-Bell City - Hayes, The i Rev. W. F. Blakely, Mrs. Alvin J Metzger. Jennings, The Rev. William F. Mayo, Nelson Thomas Jr. Kinder-Oberlin, The Rev. Rex Squyres, Edwin Mouse. Lake Arthur, The Rev. Glendon R. Messer, C. R. Estes. | Lake Charles (First), The | Rev. George W. Pomeroy, The Rev. Harold Price (associate), C. E. Kingery, Fred Neal. Eastwood - Moss Bluff, The Rev. Samuel S. Holladay, C. A. Mayo. Fairview - Sweet Lake, The Rev. Hubert A. Gibbs, Joe Hebert. Oak Park (Lake Charles), The Rev. Donald M. Risinger, E. B. Cloutman. St. Luke (Lake Charles), The Rev. Ollie L. Golson, Jr., Mrs. Rpllv V <•""•-'. Simpson (Lake Charles), The Rev. Cleburne W. Quaid, Jack Olmslead. University (Lake Charles), The Rev. James L. Stovall, The I Rev. Frank Jones (associate), 'Alvin White. i Leesville, The Rev. Kirby A. Vining, Orval Britt. Maplewood - Hackberry, The ! Rev. Willie D. Milton, Carter Simpson. Merryville - Broadlands, The | 1 Rev. Halley C. Howell, W. F. j Patton. Raymond, The Rev. Daniel W. i Tohline, Joseph Tuppcr. i Sulphur (Henning), The Rev. D. W. Poolc, John Hereford. , Sulphur (Wesley), The Rev. Louis Hoffpauir, The Rev. A. ' M. Martin (associate), Mrs. S. S. Berlrand. Vinton, The Rev. James M. Poolc, Jack Schanz Sr. i Welsh, The Rev. Oakley Lee, i Frank Harris. West Lake, The Rev. Garland C. Dean Jr., E. D. Adams. c How to buy an electri (Perfect gift for Father's Day and Graduation) J. Have tn uncomfortable shave for the last time. No 2. Talk to your dealer about electric shavers. He'll show man should put up with a shave that is Irritating or un- you several brands. Most of them have blades which go pleasant day after day. Shaving should be convenient back and forth. Only Norelco Speedshavers have rotary •nd comfortable. And today It Is-with the comfort shave. blades which go round and round. 3, Look at both Kinds. Back and fortii blades stop and 4. Ask about speed and closeness. Today's electric shav- change direction constantly. Norelco rotary blades whirl ers all shave fast and with about equal closeness. The continuously in one direction. They stroke off whiskers important difference is in the comfort they give. It's the without pinch or pull. difference between enjoying a shave or enduring it. JB. Ask about comfort Only Norelco rotary blades give 6. Select your Norelco: New Norelco 'floating-head' you the comfort shave. Norelco rotary blade action is so Speedshaver. Heads swivel to fit face. New 'flip-top' smooth, the face actually feels soothed. It's the most Spcedshaver*. world's best seller. New Norelco Cor<jle«, comfortable way to shave close and clean, battery-powered. All give the comfort shave. ffwefc SF££DSHAVtRS 0 196* NORTH AMERICAN PHUJPS COMPANY, <W, 1QO Ust 4Znd Str^ New York 17, N, Y. HTN-S64.1 (536) DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA GORDON'S ^HiF WQ i'ALITY JEWELERS HAS YOUR NORELCO! 308 RYAN STREET, Downtow,. SQUTHGATE SHOPPING C£NTE f> O906 flfAN SHEET) Iti Mac ARTHUR CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER £^&V*U>ABli COU?ON This Coupon Worth 100 Big: Bonus Stamps when you purchase 4-PIECE COMPLETER SET COMPLETE YOUR SWISS CHALET DINNERWARE USE YOUR COUPONS BEFORE THEY EXPIRE-SAVE ON PLACE SETTINGS and COMPLETER SETS! BEAUTIFUL MATCHING SWISS CHALET GLASSES Sav« 2.00 With Coupons From Your Mailer Book GLASSES nflf- FOR "*• Coupons r 5 Complefer jet: 2 soup bowls and I bread and buffer plafes . . . serving platter . , . covered sugar bowl . , , cream pitcher . . serving bowll Save 4.00 on these complefer pieces. Watch for coupons good each week in your Weingarten Coupon Mailer Book . . , get extra frea Big Bonus Stamps by using coupons for Merchandise good each week. •Sj£5Zs us TUISDAY •With 2.50 Purchase or More PRICES GOOD IN LAKE CHARLES MON.-WED. MAY 25-26-27. RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT. GIANT BOX (NET) ^^l-_l^ WlUD Instant Coffee I0-oz. 1.49 Liquid Topco 22-oz. Detergent. .Size SEAPORT L6. BAG Topco Bleach D '/2-Gal. .Plastic Topco Starch Liquid '/2-Gai. Hersheyettes 0,0=0,,,* PINEAPPLE FOOD CLUB—14-Oz. Can ^ 19c Coffee Cake S3?; 29c nanas GOLDEN RIPE LB. BLACKEYE PEAS Lb , 29c YELLOW CORN CORN KING En. 2-LB. BOX 9Tc Lb. Liver Baby •'"•' Deveined $U.I M , 59c Pork Loins §£"". . . ...... 49c Golden Loe»* Cake 39c Cream Cheese S* 2 p£ 25c MEDIUM SIZE WHITE 5-lB. BOX 3,43 Lunch Meat ta spced u49c Lunch Meat »«T ....... ££ 29c Spic&Span p«&31g Oxydol L z e 3Sc Joy p.t,rg,nt ................... '•«'£' 35c Giant Cheer B 75 C CHEDDAR MILO-Lb. I'^r

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