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MRS. CLAUDE EAGLESON, TOP RICE HOMEMAKER IN CAMERON Second-place honors went lo daughter of winner Mother * Daughter Pair Wins Rice Contest Honors DEAR ABBY MONDAY, MAY 25, 1964, Lake 6harl«i Anwicdn That's a Lot of Scratch To Make Chicken Feed/ By ABIGAIL VAN BURfcN DEAR, ABBY: I love flowers. For many years my tulips have taken prizes. Last year some new neighbors moved to the north of us. They k^ep chickens. But their chickens are not cooped up or fenced in to keep them on their own property so every morning those chickens head right for my bulbs. So far I have had about $200 worth of fine imported bulbs scratched that. She said nothing in the world could have kept HER away if it had been her child. She hurt me terribly when she said that. Abby, I have small children at home and no one to leave them with, and things beyond my control made it impossible for me to go to the hospital that day. Did I do wrong? HURT DEAR HURT: No. Your friend was just blabbing and tin- up. I don't want to fence in my mindful of the hurt she was property because it will ruin the causing— at Jeasl if she ts a looks of it; neither do I want to GOOD friend. start a feud with my neighbors. Have you any suggestions? LOVES FLOWERS DEAR LOVES: I assume you have already complained to your neighbors. If you have, and were ignored, ask your lawyer to write them a letter pointing out their legal responsibilities. If that doesn't work, you may have to sue. Two hundred dollars worth of bulbs is not chicken feed. shall call Dr. Jekyll, turned Into a regular Mr. Hyde. He stormed around like a wild man, saying he never cared for blueberry pie because it took him two days to get the seeds out of his teeth, and asked why f insist on shoving it down his throat. Abby, I have been baking blueberry pie for 26 years (it's my favorite) and I always thought my husband liked it. T felt so bad I cried all night. Was I wrong or was he? BLUEBERRY MARY nt ,._ .__.. „ . ., , DEAR MARY: If a man DEAR ABBY: My daughter s; ,| oesn » t likc somc thing his wife girl friend has asked my daugh- cooks (or bakcs) , IC shouldn't ter and four other girls to be her bridesmaids. She made it clear that each girl was expected to pay for her own gown. The bride and her mother picked out the gowns without asking any of the bridesmaids for an opinion about price. Both were DEAR ABBY: When a A mother-daughter team, who often work together and many times compete in home- the Louisiana Rice Council on June 24. Mrs. Charles Precht and Mrs. making activities, took top hon- Charles W. Hebert, both of ors in the Cameron Parish rice j Sweet Lake, were co-chairmen homemaker award contest held i for the award program. Assist- Thursday in the home economics department of the Grand Lake school. They are Mrs. Claude Eagleson, wife of the newly-sworn-in sheriff of Cameron parish, and her daughter, Mrs. Mervin Chesson, both of the Bell City-Sweet Lake area. Mrs. Eagleson won first place with her Creole shrimp jambalaya, and Mrs. Chesson was runner-up with a dish she calls "Rice, Crawfish and Shrimp Talk of the Town." Only a few percentage points separated the top winners, who were judged not only on the excellence of the dishes they prepared but also on their community activities and their efforts toward the promotion of rice as an important food and industry. Both winners received plaques from the Rice Council for Market Development, sponsors of the contest, and Mrs. Eagleson received a modern stainless ing in the arrangements was Patsy Granger, home demonstration agent for Cameron Parish. Following are the prize-winning recipes: CREOLE SHRIMP JAMBALAYA 2 cups raw deveined shrimp 2Vz cups cooked rice 1 can frozen cream of shrimp soup 1 can stewed tomatoes 4 tbsps. cooking oil 3 tbsps flour 1 medium onion, chopped fine 3 cloves garlic, chopped fine '/i teaspoon salt Dash red pepper Dash black pepper 1 tsp. accent 2 cups water 1 cup green onions, chopped Vz cup parsley, chopped Vz cup bell pepper, chopped 2 celery tops, chopped Heat cooking oil in pan, add flour and brown lightly. Add chopped onions and garlic and steel and aluminum saucepan as let cook in roux about one min- an additional prize. Mrs. Eagleson will represent Cameron parish in the statewide rice homemaker contest to ute, then add tomatoes and 2 cups water. When onions are tender, add a little more water to make be held in the Rice Festival • sure you have about two cups building in Crowley in connec- of water left after it has cooked tion with the annual meeting of down. Add chopped green on- SPADEA DESIGNER PATTER* ions, parsley, bell bepper and celery leaves, and the seasonings. Add the deveined shrimp, cut up in bite-sized pieces, then let cook about 15 minutes. Add the 2Vz cups cooked rice, mix well and place in a casserole. Bake about 15 'minutes at 400 degrees. Garnish with whole boiled shrimp and parsley leaves. RICE, CRAWFISH AND SHRIMP TALK OF THE TOWN l /z cup cooking oil 6 tbsps. flour 2 large onions, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced ] /4 cup chopped bell pepper 1 No. 303 can whole tomatoes 6 cups water 2 cups cleaned crawfish tails 2 cups cleaned raw shrimp l h cup chopped green onion tops v« cup chopped parsley 1 small can mushrooms Salt and pepper to taste 6 cups cooked rice Heat oil and add flour, cook and stir until golden brown. Add onions, garlic, bell tomatoes and half of Cook until onions are must go to the hospital for a tonsillectomy operation and the mother is unable to go, isn't it all right for the father to be there instead? A friend of mine, right out of the blue, asked me how I could have stayed away from my child at a time like iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniii WEEK'S CALENDAR minimi mint iiiiiiiiiinii MONDAY, MAY 25 Optimist Club of Lake Charles meets every Monday, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Club meets every Monday, 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. i much the gowns cost. This bride .... i h a s very expensive tastes, cnua i w)ljc | 1 s)ie nei . se |f canno t afford. I think if the bride wants her bridesmaids to wear such expensive gowns, she should pay for them. My daughter says she would rather turn down the honor of being a bridesmaid than complain about the price. To give you an idea of how overboard the bride went, each j dress is $69.95, plus tax! And my daughter has never spent more than HALF that amount on even her best dress. I would like some advice. WORKING MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Since the price of the gown is more than twice what your daughter would ordinarily spend on a gown, I think she would show good judg- o decline the "honor." wait 26 years to tell her. Tell Mr. Hyde you are no mind reader, And let him cat cake! CONFIDENTIAL TO "E" you let a man know that you believe bim to be faithful, it will help to keep him that way. Call a man a cheat and you give him ideas. For Abby's booklet, "How To i Have A Lovely Wedding," send 50 cents lo Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif., 90069. 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Monday, 9-11 a.m., and 1-4 p.m., and advance class in stains,! 6:30-9 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Opti-Mrs. Club regular meeting is May 25, 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Andy Berry, 1927 Eighth St. Regular bi-monthly meeting of Phi Alpha Delta Chapter of DEAR ABBY: Last night I meets evervl served blueberr y P ie for des ' „„,! 1 A „ ' ! sert and mv husband, whom I SCHOOL MENU FOR TUESDAY FIRST WARD: chicken, rice, gravy, cheese, tossed salad. SECOND WARD: tamall casserole, corn, apples, rolls. CENTRAL: rice dressing, oven fried chicken, corn, celery, cake wllh pineapple topping. FOURTH WARD: veal slew, potatoes, turnip greens, salad, cornbread, raisins, olives. HAMILTON: meat balls, rice, gravy, green beans, cantaloupe, rolls, honey. WATSON JR. HI: cold cuts, salad, peach cobbler. LCHS: hot dogs, corn, potato chips, cole slaw, chocolate pudding. OLQH: barbecue on buns, pickles, cake, Ice cream, potato chips. LAGRANGE JR. HI: hamburacrs, potato salad, vegetables, cake with choco- i late Icing. NOTE: all meals Include milk and bread. TKE SWEETHEART—Diane Primeaux, Health and Physical Education coed at McNeese State College, has been selected by Epsilon Psi chapter, Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity, as an entrant in the tenth annual international TEKE Sweetheart contest. An alumni committee will select finalists for the contest. The winner will receive honorary membership in the Order of Diana, the fraiernity's Sweetheart organization, and will be pictured with ten runnersup in the TEKE magazine. ANN-eoNOTES Oakdale Seniors Entertained By PTA at Banquet and Prom OAKDALE (Spl.) — Oakdale | left New Orleans, touched down rm Aipna ueua unapier 01; Hj h Sc i 100 i Seniors were en- in London, in Paris, Rome and Beta Sigma Phi will be May' tei ? tainecl al a banquet spon- Athens before they crash-landed 25 at the home of Miss Beverly go' re " c i"" by " t he Parent-Teachers in Chatagnier (Cajun and Craw Stickell, 4614 Rogers St. "'•'^•Association at the school cafe- fish country). P' m - teria Friday. Following the ban- j During the entire tour, Mrs. Knights and Ladies, Order of t t , attended a prom at Mattie Barksdale of Jena sang Amaranth, ^rneet May 25,^7:30, the i/FW hall here. appropriate songs, accompanied ....,!. .... -_j ».„ it L. , mi i i —„„„„, ,„.,,, by Mrs. Wilbur Erwin at the TUESDAY MAY 26 Add crawfish, shrimp, onion , tops, parsley and mushrooms' . . . .. .... , T , and cook for about six minutes i Ancllor AL ° d & e nN .°-, 6 £ 1( . Inde more. Remove from heat, add P endent Order Odd F ,, ellows > -sa i t a nd D er and meels ever y Tuesday, 7 p.m ™ \St stlr ,704V4 Ryan St. Serve on platter and garnish National Office Management with whole , crawfish (cleaned) and parsley. Will some to spare. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIII, STARS ABOVE US By CARROLL RIGHTER Ullllllllllllllllllll TUESDAY, MAY 26 GENERAL TENDENCIES: A strange and weird day — one that has all the elements ot disappointment — but there are also moments when your mature Judgment suddenly gives you an Insight Info the right means by which you con start anew toward the plans and goals that i are most Important to you. But refrain I from that sarcastic comment, or trouble • follows. i ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Acting j suddenly can be quite disastrous now, every Tues, Sammy's Restaurant.. Moose, Loyal Order of L a k e! Charles Lodge No. 1378, meets every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., 420 Ryan St. SPEBSQSA meets every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Broadmoor Building, Highway 14. Duplicate and contract bridge „„, Played every Tu esd ay, 7-10 p.m., High School Par tion Center. (To play bring partner). Both bridge games open to the public. Ceramic classes held every Tuesday, 9-12 N, and 1-4 p.m.,! High School Park Recreation Center. Police auxiliary, Lodge No. 8, Europe " A make-believe plane i and dress of the European coun- ^ tries were to grade students of the school. Canopies of mulli-c o 1 o r e d streamers and balloons adorned the ceiling at the VFW hall for thc prom which began al 9 p.m. The event was sponsored by the parents of the graduating seniors. Baccalaureate services are set for 8 p.m. Sunday, May 24, and commencement will take place- Tuesday at 8 p.m. Both events will be in the Oakdale High School auditorium. LETTER FROM MRS. JOHN F. KENNEDY: The Southsidc Homo Demonstration Club made a contribution to the Kennedy Library and sent a scrap book commemorating the Council's Silver Tea. Secretary to Mrs. Kennedy, Nancy Tuckeman wrote a letter of appreciation. In part it said: "Mrs. Kennedy was touched by all the hard work and careful preparation which must, have gone into this affair. She wants you to know that the Library is a project very close lo her heart and she is grateful for thc generous check." * * * GRADUATES HONORED: Graduating high school and college seniors were honored at the University Methodist Church with a buffet lunch- con and program on Sunday, May 17. Mrs. Henry Rauser and Mrs. C. R. McBridc, secretaries of student and youth work of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, were in charge of arrangements. Rev. James L. Stovall, pastor of the University Methodist Church, presided. The invocation was given by Rev. Frank Jones, associate pastor. Gifts were presented the graduates by Mrs. Jesse Porter, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Rev. Lamar Davis, Director of Wesley Foundation, was the principal speaker. Special gur-sts ;it the luncheon included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graf, Mr. and Mrs. Mid Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ford, and Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Grain. Graduating seniors attending the luncheon were: Ronald Hebert, Robert Holland. Thomas Scott Johnson, Robnrt Lewis, William Lyford. Arthur Mitchell, Richnrd Morgan, Neil Moss, Terry Murnhy. Thomas OTo'ior. G'^.'i^nti Verdu/.co, Susan Anderson, Nedra Bond, Gwen Gibson. Ann VIcf'jr'Mfv, I'aulottc McDonald, P't Ryan, Barbara Spell, Beverly Stell'ons, Dwanna S'l.iMivn, Janie Vamvoras, Terry Mathis, Jeanette Gninl.ml, and Jerry Wayne Honcycutt. Be WISE ... Use the CLASSIFIED GARMENT STORAGE! However,'"refoin"yo'ur""ow'n'"counsel,'"i 1 udg- May 26, With Mrs. Donald TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Quietly pen, 1400 Cactus Drive. handle own personal anxieties without confiding in others or matters can get ""»' ^iiapi", "«-"" ...ww.., -.. worse. 8e helful with their problems. This Tuesday, May 26 at 8 p.m. at i rontldenri. nnri «h le ujall i_ j* •• . _ V. .. £rigance N4316 gives you confidence and all Is well. i ., », " • "m i T~~;t; n t;,, n GEMINI (May 21 to June 2u slop run- the Masonic Temple. Initiation. nlng around like a chicken sans head and I vicit,.-,, listen to advice of kind trlend who has ' v ISHOrS wisdom. A personal goal can be very ! near. However, don't settle for the frivolous. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Stick to whatever Insures present security and good will and leave new, untried plans for a better day. Big benefits con be yours because of efficiency In current set-up. LEO (July 22 to August 21) Some startling new Idea can be quite successful provided you have the backing and OK of bio-wigs. Don't lump In alone or you lose much. Study carefully all details and written material. VIRGO (August 22 to September 22) Keeo accounts straight and insist that otners do the some — precision counts Mrs. Scott New Head Of Oakdale BPW LYNDA GAYLE BENOIT Mr. and Mrs. Odel Benoit of this city announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynda Gayle, to Lars Hammond, son of Mrs. Ethel Hammond of Jackson and the late Dan Hammond. The couple will be married at 7:30 p.m., June 6, in th» Calcasieu Tabernacle. ED CLUB ' M , ., ~ V 1 "' Lur " Scott W3S installed 3S prCS of * AWARD WINNER if you want cooperation from partners, it , requires thot you be very obllclng your- ! O f M r( - John self now. Avoid thot glomorpuw. Be OI . ft " S - J ? n " steadfast with those who are tried and Also installed "SCORPIO (October 23 to November 2i) Working hard is o good habit, but be sure you now get the attention of a high- Mary Gates, first fl en t. \i\ r <. I j||; an uelu . ""S. LJllldn •f//ff//fftffftfff/ttffe//////tf- VINTON The monthly workshop of the Vinton H o m e Demonstration p. . ,„ u h , d T rf May S, ta t£ Sv! RoSS L ™ hn reatl °" ™ l 3t 10 ^ A » mem ' at tne home bpri . D i ann i ne *o stav for lunch rre pwnnuig M) Sidy lor lUJitii rTC. are aske( j IQ brlng & covere( J Were: Mrs. ' ° vice presi- «Pf S6C- Thomas Brigance, our great SIZE American award winning sports- |jj wear designer, has come up : with a fitted, crispy skirted dress. The 4" top stitching detail trims the neckline, arm- even keel by increojlng Income ot time. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to De- tarv- Mr« Fann'in MoiTman re cember 21) Finding new way to expand U "J'' "To. fdnnic :xe\\Uldil, Tc- in business moy be learned through a fel- cordine Kporprarv and Mrs law worker with the rlqht Ideas. Cor ... UU » seLICldry, d II U 1W&. respond with out-of towners You may VlVOH JonCS, treasurer receive Imoortont misiive CAPRICORN (December 22 to Jonu- orv 20) You have a fine friend who will advise you wisely. 10 don t go off on on/ _._ . '£ n ? c ? ts -,. u 80 ™. '? ? e Dretl *5 A ".' pt state PTA, from Crowley. that Invitation tonlsht thot relieves ten ' s or.s W) Fvery chance ii yours now I BUST WAIST HIPS 34 24 35 35 25 36 14 364 264 374 16 33 28 39 18 40 30 41 Misses Size 12 requires 3 holes, waistline and seams u> ! yards of 36" fabric for dress, really minimize your waist- gta £ ^ ^nd'ShOO.' AddK line and flatter your figure. cen t s f or fj r st class mail and Pocke's are cleverly placed , S P^^ handling, in the darts of the skirt front. Be sure to make this fitted ** dress in a crisn fabric such as . ~~ , -. —•• •••• ••••- ----- — •.— •— —• Pi que\ld ouYbTme alk 5 ^iVS'^^dd KnS ' ^ ^^f^^M 1&K5 tho tniun '*»-"- OR all 7 for 53.00. Add 10 CentS i to an, conclusions. The splendid oetec IHK LUWII . Knnlf I riv * is also ln thib char> as *'" °* the Itu CeUJ* uuva. ] oerjonnel manooer with op eve for team- Mrs. J. C. Speights of the Vin- president; Mrs. Lillie l . on Garde " Club will give a nnrrocnnnrfino- «r.ro. 1 demonstration OH horticulture. The regular meeting will be held the same day at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ruth C. Hernandez, Calcasieu Parish Home Demonstration agent, will give a demon- on "Home Prepared- and Medical Self Help." secre- Installing officer was Mrs. Jo Cart thirdI vire oresident of the " ' " "~ K resiuciii 01 uie No. 21. 23, 23, 25, 26 and revised Duchess Windsor are available for pressures for busy days ahead Be efficient Be practical. PISCES (February 20 to March 20) Give tial. Show thot you are o most practical person This means the woy you handle home affairs, too. IF YOUR CHILD 15 BORN TODAY, h* Or she will have the desire uppermost In mind to be o toiver of problems, but in early life this couid do more horm than Highlighting the event were group singing and piano selec- BilJ Stephens of president, was presented a silver tray on behalf of the club members. 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