Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 27, 1964 · Page 17
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 17

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, May 27, 1964
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HOLIDAY ICOMINO UP! t964 > A|i " efic<sft This Barbecued Chuck Steak Continental Is Delicious Fare BARBECUED STEAK — This steak uses a special marinade thai starts with handy canned tomato sauce with mushrooms to make a truly mag- nificent entree from an economical cut. Serve with fresh fruit and crunchy corn chips. The Memorial Day holiday is coming up this week end, and you may like a new barbecuing idea. Try this Barbecue Chuck Steak Continental, Secret of the tenderness and fine flavor of this steak is to use a marinade which has the European knack of creating something delicious from an inexpensive cut of meat. A little wine, a touch of garlic, a tease of tarragon are often used by famous chefs along with mushrooms, of course. You can create something just as spectacular and with ease, because mushrooms are now included right in that popular can of tomato sauce which forms the base for this marinade. With Ihis convenient can that includes so much goodness, making the marinade is no trouble at all and you don't even have to bother to heat it. Serve your succulent steak with baked potatoes topped with sour cream and chives, a Caesar salad you tossed while the steak was grilling, buttered French rolls, and for a continental dessert, half a cantaloupe filled with fresh strawberries to each guest. BAftBECUfc CHUCK STEAK Reputations are made of menus such as this! 2 to 2V4 Ibs. chuck steak, % to 1 inch thick. Instant meat tendefizer. ' Marinade: 1 (8-Oz.) can tomato sauce with mushrooms 1 clove, garlic, mashed 1 /4 cup red wine 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 tbsp. brown sugar 1 tbsp. instant minched onion % tsp. seasoned salt V\ tsp. seasoned pepper 3 /4 tsp. tarragon Combine all marinade ingredients in shallow dish. Marinate i steak 4 hours of longer (refrigerate if overnight), turn steak occasionally. Just before grilling, sprinkle steak with instant meat tenderizer, following package direc- tions. Grill on rack about 3" from hot coals. For medium steak, grill 6 minutes per side. Baste with marinade sauce while grilling. Jk GET READY " \ For A Swim! ROSE MARIE REID SWIM WEAR OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS Two Stores To Serve Yout Westpoint Shop. Ctr. Sulphur 1636 Ryan St., Lake Charles WHISTLE — SUM... Foshions For Juniors and Hard-to-Fit Figures Beautiful Clothes For Women 412 Iris ... Co/cos/eu Council To Host State HD Banquet Tlir executive hoard of tlie ('alcasicu Home Demonstration Council mel recently at t h e home of Mrs. Winston Necly. Houston River. Council president, Mrs. Ella H. Freeman. Ingles'idc club, announced that Calcasiru Gum- HI was asked io hostess the annual State Convention Banquet, Srpt. 2fi. in Ratr.n Roiipe. Mrs. Stan Burk, Bayou H'lndc club, state treasurer, will preside, and will he in rhsrpc of preparing the program. Committees appointed In Mrs. Freeman, were: decorations and corsages. Mrs. J, R. Coulon and Mrs. Vaughn Managan; menu. Mrs. Neel\; and tickets, Mrs. \V. E. Bunt'yn and Mrs. Sam Lamartma. Eastown club. Other appointments will be made at a later dale. Highlight of the Convention will be the celebration of the 50th year of the Agriculture Extension Service and the 3lst Anniversary of Home Demonstration Club work in Louisiana. In other business conducted, Mrs. Nccly. council scholarship chairman, reported thai applications from schools throughout the parish had been received for the annual HP Council scholarship Award. After discussion and evaluation of each, a recipient was chosen. The name of , girl will not he revealed until she receives the certificate at her school's graduation ceremonies. YOUR RECIPE t | kvlwM • • • • Anniversary Dinner Held By CD A Court Lady of Fatima The 15th Anniversary Dinner, for the Court Our Lady of Fa-, timn No. 1508. was held recently at the St. Margaret's Knights of Columbus Hall on 18th Street. Mrs. Helen Hay, grand regent, was mistress of ceremonies. Past grand regents who were honored were Mrs. Odess Duhon, Mrs. Elizabeth Clements. Mrs. l.ilburn Cireenlee. Mrs. Ynlande Hulin. Mrs. Mercedes Lcninnic and Carrie Bradley. Father Barsen, pastor of SI Anne's Catholic Church at Cow Island, was guest speaker for the evening. He spoke on how the Catholic Daughter should pattern her life on the life of Mary, the Mother of God. (lifts were presented to seven members who had perfect attendance during the last year Special guests for the evening were: Mrs. Ella Gurmley, vice grand regent of Lady of the Lake Court. Lake Charles; Mrs. Mae \Vestropc, grand regent of Court Our Lady Queen of Heaven, Lake C h a r 1 e s: Charles LaRacca. rrpresi'iitmt; the Grand Knights from St. Margaret's Council Knights of Columbus; The Rev James Pinle: Mrs. IVriha (iiudrs. district deputy, Maplewixxi. Grace Taylor, p-t-i s'n'. ir^cm, Lake ot Lake Cuun. Mr. Grace Savoie, stale jnuiuli'r. Lady of La- Salette Court. Sulphur, and Mrs. Irene Petijean, vice stale regent, Rayne. General chairman for t h e event was Mrs. Marie Ixmuerc Special attention is called to the fact that the next regular meeting of Court Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Daughters "will be held on Tuesday, June 9. instead of Monday. June 8, as previously scheduled. SPECIAL WSCS PROGRAM SET SULPHUR - Women's Society of Christian Service members of area Methodist churches are invited to attend a special program al the Kenning Memorial Methodist Church T h ii r sday morning, !KH) a.m. Mrs ,J B Miuilon will lead a panel discussion on the "Primer of the WSCS." She will be assisted by members of the Vinlon and Wesley churches. Baby sitter service will be provided. POACHED PEARS '-' cup sugar 2 cups water 2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice 's tsp. salt 4 medium firm, ripe pears. Combine the sugar, water, half the lemon juice and salt. Mix well and bring to a boil. Wash and peel the pears. Cut in half and remove the core with a melon ball cutter. Rub the pears with the remaining juice to prevent discoloration. Add half the pears to the syrup and cook, covered, 15 to 20 minutes or until pears are tender. Remove the cooked pears and rook the remaining halves. Return the first cooked pears and Jet stand until cool. Chill. If desired, serve with whipped cream. Yield: Four servings. Menu: Serve with roast loin of lamb, buttered rice, steamed artichokes, and romaine salad. GRAND OPENING CHILDREN'S SHOE HOUSE UNCING A NEW CHILDREN'S SHOE STORE THAT IS REALLY UNUSUAL! FAMOUS EDWARD'S PRESCRIPTION AND REGULAR SHOES FAVORS FOR THE KIDS FREE COFFEE SERVED DURING OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION THROUGH JUNE 6TH 1964 Graduates Housewife* Career Seekers Who Wish to Prepare for A PROFITABLE CAREER IN Beauty Culture For Classes Starting in June EXPERT TRAINING IN A WELL-PAID PROFESSION Came m ond meet our statt of ip*aolul> in lt>» field cl b*auly culture, styling and cotmt- tology. who offer (he lined training ovallabls Our iludenti receive FREE Advanced Styling, and or* well prepared to Jela the (ineil wlan or open their own snap. AM work under professional supervision THE SOUTITS BEST La. Sthool of Beauty Culture SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE LEE MARTIN MAN SYMBOL OF QUALITY FINE IMPORTED 2x2 PI MA COTTON WHITE SHORT SLEEVE DRESS GIRLS' BRUSHED BEIGE PIGSKIN with Thomas Heel, long counter SHIRTS MARTIN Soulngale shopping Center Lake Charter to. NECK SI/C OUANIITY EDWARD'S ADVANCED WALKER BOOT COME IN AND NAME THE CLOWN WIN 3 PAIR OF EDWARD'S SHOES ENTIRELY FREE. JUST REGISTER IN THIS STORE THE PROPER FITTING OF YOUR CHILDREN'S SHOES COMES FIRST! Your children's feet must last a lifetime and W9 have chosen the fitting of children's shoes as our life's career. We have spent years gaining the knowledge necessary to give your child an accurate fit ... on both feet. This is why we FEATURE Since 7900—over 60 years dedicated" to better shoes for America's children. SCHOOL MENU <im it ii i g in HI inn iu,i | H mm, FOR WEDNESDAY H.'-Vitl TON Meat, potatoes forroli pro- sliced toniatoci rolls,, fruilb ('EARL WATSON. Hum solaa. arcrn beans, apple pit. 1 LAH.F CHAKi Es Hif.h Beet slew rat jrecn beam lemon pie, brood V.ARD PI:ZU pic. combmat^n btn'jd nov/ bean-., baked sweet potatoes. ho) Dutlereo in::; SECOND V/ARD *v i arrot - apple lobiev cinnamon io!is CENTRAL: Homburoer potalo chips lettuce-tomato ',a : ad piom i ukc FOURTH WARD: Baked ham, ' swret potato pie, slnnq beans, sliced tomatoes, hot ro'ii PK> .rj LANDRi' Roast beet rkp grow string beans, itjiod cuslard NOTE AH lunchei include muk HELLO KIDS! WIN A SHOE WARDROBE! 3 PAIR OF EDWARD'S SHOES ENTIRELY FREE JUST COME IN AND NAME OUR CLOWN! NOTHING TO BUY - COME IN AND REGISTER DURING OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION STARTING MAY 27 THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 6TH NEVER BEFORE have you had this kind of a children'b, ^hoe store m tin- a; We invite you to come in and meet us and inbpvci our man v bpcoal vva>-, ...i tat i are of your children's feet. OPEN DAILY 8:00 A.M. 1703 Ryan Si. HE 9-8512 I'Jtshw *fWW »«*«*«• Shopping Ctntjf Dedicated to the proper fitting of childrens feet in 5 special ways: 1 WE MEASURE BOTH FEET-To assure proper fitting at i 5 key points . . . 2 TRAINED FITTERS —Dedication to proper fit Is our life's work. 3 WALK CHECKS - Feet In motion BIA the only sura check. A 5IZE RECORD*--These indicate Wing techniques end t other guides necessary to perpetuating proper fit 5 FITTING REyiNDIR-Children's feet grow rapldlyi ifs important to check size periodically, We stock the most complete selection in Southwest Louisiana of sizes and widths iu infants' aud children's basic type shoes, for both regu- lar aud prescription wear. CHILDR 3407 SHOE HOUSE PHONE Ht= 477-8128

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