Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 27, 1964 · Page 36
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AT MOSS. BLUFt Commencement Held Monday MOSS BLUFF (Spl.) - Commencement exercises for the 1964 Sam Houston High School graduating class were held in the new gymnasium Monday night. _The processional and feces-'bara Guidry. Allan Glatt, director of the seventh district PTA, who also surprised Harrison with a check for $100 from the district PTA. Coach Williams awarded the sportsmanship trophy to Bar- LOCAL WEATHER UKi «6AtH«ft Maximum Relative H f*as* <f «.«.(.. L8# is a.m.) iunstM MM. iraify (f a.m.) .. Ramfoll »»«» ....... .............. ftM« Rainfall »iitif«f .......... ....... tract Suftset foiey ...... ......... J:tt p.m. Sunns* »m*r-»* .............. JMJ a.m. Sea level pmiori ». a.m.)..., ... .30.81 Tides Today: La* f:W p.m., 4.4. t«m«rfdv»: Ml«f» 4:17 a.m., 1.6; Law 9:41 A.m., 4.4. sionat triarchies were played by Mrs. Ray Miller. Corliss Ann Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Reeves of Gillis, delivered the salutatory address. , The valedictory speech was given by Mary Ann Fruge, daughter of Mrs. Stafford Fruge of Moss Bluff. Dan Denson, a member of the senior class and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Denson of Moss Bluff, delivered the graduation address. C. A. Mayo, school board member, made the presenta- lion of the American Legion awards to Mary Ann Fruge and Mike Harrison. G. J. Barkate, principal, awarded scholarships. The McNeese College scholarships went to M.'try Ann Fruge and Corliss Reaves. Eleanor Goodrich and Mike Harrison were recipients of scholarships to Louisiana State University and Dan Denson received one to Northwestern State College. A scholarship to tire University of Southwestern Louisiana was awarded to Jackie Lynn Goodman and Ethel Ellen Mears was the recipient of the Northeast Louisiana College scholarship. Barbara Ann Guidry was awarded one to Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Coach Glenn Williams, in behalf of tire Woodmen of the World presented the American history award to Patricia Dubard. The Bell science awards went to Michael Harrison and Dan Denson, and were presented by W. L. Lumpkin, district engineer for Southern Bell. A highlight of the evening was the presentation of the state PTA scholarship award to Michael Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Harrison of Moss Bluff. The four-year grant is in Cie amount of $300 per year. The presentation was made by BUSINESS & MARKETS )CK MARKET i rading Slow, Steels Gain, Volume Is A Moss Bluff Masonic Lodge No. 462 representative presented the American Heritage award to Corliss Reeves. G. J. Barkale presented the trophies and medals to seniors. Mayo presented diplomas to Judy Brown, Barbara Caldwell, Patricia Dubard, Avaughn Farquhar, Mary Anh Fruge, Troye Lynn Gill, Jackie Lynn Goodman, Eleanor Goodrich, Barbara Guidry, Beverly Ann Guidry, Linda Haines, Delaine Henry, Elsie Mae LcDoux, Betty Ardoin Matthews, Ethel Ellen Mears, Corliss Ann Reeves, Naomi Jean Rich, Delores Dou> cett Richard, Linda Marie Sarver, Marilyn Warren, John Wayne Ardoin, Gary Battles, Bobby Bridges, Charles Brous sard, Charles Cooley, Jack Cox, Dan Denson. Gary Wayne Donahoo, James Harold Gross, Michael Harrison, Ru s s e 11 Koonce, Fred C. LeBleu Jr., Wilbert Leger, James Miller, Richard James Molt, Ed Myers Jr., Charles Paris, Larry Peloquin, John Roofner, Taylor Stout, Tommy Lee Strickland, David Talbott, Reynold C. Waits Jr. and Dwayne Whittaker. Toastmasters Install Burch As President UP Bill Burch was installed as president of the Lake Charles Toastmasters club at the recent combined meeting of the organization and the Toastmistress club held at the Chateau Charles. Other officers arc John Poche, educational vice president; Rudy Kofoct, administrative vice president; Jan Barlow, secretary, Luke Leveque, treasurer, and Jess Head, sergeant-alarms. Area governor W. H. Goff installed the new officers. Jim Heath, A. J. Doiron, John |W. Beadle and Alfred Guy Sr. , were introduced as new members. Edward Strenk was chief evaluator assisted by Kofoet and Jan Barlow. Doc. W. P. Wayne was topic STOCK AVERAGES Compiled By Th« Asioclaled Preis Indus). Rails Utll. Stocks Prev. day «4.8 172.4 152.0 3M.6 Week oqo 431.7 169.6 152.2 304.5 Month ago 433.6 164.8 152.2 303.8 Year ago 383.8 146.2 146.0 573.4 1964 high 440.7 174.0 153.6 307.8 NEW YORK (AP)-Gains by steels and selected issues gave the stock market a thinly higher edge late Tuesday afternoon trading was slow. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.2 million shares compared with 4 million Monday. Advances of most key stocks were fractional. Gains and losses of a point or so were scattered. Wider moves occurred among higher-priced or more speculative issues. master and his subject was "Wife Versus Husband." Lloyd Huva], past president and toastmaster for the evening, introduced Sam Goldberg who M' lvrm spoke on "Little Big Shot." ' '^'* u " Mrs. Elaine Kushner, Toastmistress president, gave a speech entitled "The Beauty of Courage." Toastmaster Charles Fontenot spoke on "How to Solve the World Crisis or How To Lead Khrushchev Up a Garden Path." The speech was a humorous satire on national and international affairs. Graduation Is Held Monday At Marion HS Valedictorian James Hagar won three top awards Monday night during graduation exercises for 74 seniors at Marion High School. The ceremonies were held in the school gymnasium. Hagar was presented the Un- derwobd Commerce award, Bell Telephone Science award and an American Legion award. Louis Foreman received the Woodmen of the World American history award. Rodney Evans was recipient of the American Heritage award. The Civitan award went to George Pecorino and Juanita Poland received the other American Legion award. The school aband played the processional and reces s i o n a ' for the exercises. ' ' Diplomas were presented by Mrs. Nelda O'Conor, counselor W. C. Mims, principal, spoke bristly. Others taking part were Jane' Hickingbottom, valedictorian and Cheryl Robinson and Wayne Smith, salutatorians. Scholarship, band and athletic awards were also presented. Local Father Files $11,179 Damage Suit ^&f A Lake Charles father, Anthony Soileau, has filed a suit on behalf of his five-year-old daughter Linda Marie, in 14th Judicial District Court asking $11,179 damages as the result of the child's being struck by a car last December. ! Named as defendant is the Commercial Standard Insurance Co., insurer of a car driven by Jerry Dean Gill of West Lake and owned by Joan Booty. According to the plaintiff, the child was struck by the car, driven by Gill who was driving north on Kirkman Street near the Fall Street intersection, Dec. 4, 1963. He struck the child, who was in the street. She suffered skull injuries and required brain surgery, the suit states. V/E&., MAY 11, 1964, lake .6frytej_ _ THE AMfcfiieAif PftfiSS BAf COUNCILMAN ISRAEL LAFLEUR KNOW now MUCH E CHAJttftS flOtSG to Pt)f tt WITH titAt .PRfesMf cH/uttfitt yottat Of MILD—The Gulf Coast can expect mild weather tonight while cooler temperatures are forecast from the mid-Mississippi valley and upper Great Lakes to ih* Atlantic coast and in the Pacific northwest. Rain is pre- dicted from the northern Pacific coast to Ihe Rockies and in parts of the Plains area. It will be warmer from the southern Plateau to the northern Plains. (AP Wirephoto Map). IS. PEStONEP TO GIVE UtJLfi TO A PftlVtLEOfeft FEW? tiift backers of the Charter promised the people many things other than spending nearly $5 Million of the taxpayers' money In the past Utrce years. What Improvement lias the City Cliarler form of government given to Ihe people? The answer is too small to talk about! Councilman LaFletir Invites all the taxpayers and voters to attend a meeting at the Lake Charles City Hall, tomorrow, Thursday, May 28lh, 1964, at 7<30 P.M. to discuss the CHy Charter form of government. If we want Lake Charles to KO forward, It's time for a change! It's up to the taxpayers and voters to make the change— NOT A HANOPtCKKn nOAUHi (Israel LaFleur Advertisement) Leveque gave the invocation and Beadle the Allegiance to the i flag. Guests included area and district governors Mr. and Mrs. Up fractionally, were U.S. i W. H. Goff of Port Neches, Steel, Bethlehem, Republic, National, McLouth, Granite City and others in the group. Lukens, which is lightly capitalized, spurted more than 2. Texas Gulf Sulphur, up near-1 ly a point, was nudging o u t i Chrysler as most active stock. I Chrysler was unchanged after erasing a small gain. Other mo-1 tors performed indifferently. Another jump exceeding a i point by International Harvester i helped the averages, but this; was counterweighted by Du! Font's 1-point fall. U.S. Smelting recouped more than a point. Control Data and Polaroid were up about 3 each. DOW JONES (C*urti>r of E. G. EOwardi and Son/ 10? Weber Building.) ' Fourth Hour Averogev. Industrials 819.8V otl .36 Rolls 204.7900 .27, Utilities 140.72 off .221 Fourth Hour Stocks: Allied Chemicals w 1 * American Bakeries 18 American Can «•« American T4T J38Ji Anaconda *>» Armour * Co. »o Boelna Alrcrart « BranlfJ M-« Cities Service *',. Continental Oil *> < Dynalectron *;• Eastern Airline* 33V. Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Dowden of Port Arthur, June Stump Tour NEW YORK (AP) - Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon has scheduled speeches in New York, Baltimore, Atlanta, Detroit and Milwaukee between June 4 and June 16. 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