Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 29, 1964 · Page 12
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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Area USL Grads To Get Degrees LAFAYETTE (SpU-The annual spring commencement exorcises for the University of Southwestern Louisiana will be held here Sunday at McNaspy Stadium. The ceremonies I o r Hie 900 Graduates will begin at 7 p.m. in the event of rain, the oxer- n e even o rn, rises will be conducted in Black- Chaumont. Oberlin: Roy Joseph ham Coliseum. Ronald Burnett Ainsworth of Lake Charles will receive his master of education degree. Other ME graduates from (lie area arc Mrs. Barbara Wilder Bailey of Jennings and Eclmond Anthony Dugas of Welsh. Area 'candidates for degrees. their home town and college or department follows: College of Liberal Arts, bachelor of arts: Charles L. Kennedy. Lake Charles; Rufus Holl i * Arnold Jr. Eunice; James Gredcll Greeson. Lake Charles; Nelson M. Beauregard Jr.. Eunice- Berlin Ray Guillory. Eunice- Richard G. I/we, Eunice; Robert Michael McChcsney, Iowa and Paul John Marcantel. Welsh. College ol Liberal Arts, bachelor of science: Charles Douglas Ardoin. Eunice: Joseph Richard Pousson. Eunice. John Stephen Rilry. Eunice and EuRcnc P Sahatii'r Jr . Eunice Collect- ot Education, bachelor of 'arts Marv C.odwiii Andrews. Eunice: Equilla ttilkms Brannan. DeQuincy: G e o r g e Dickson Cannon. Lake Charles; Katherine Sue Cort. lota: Slur- ley Ann Cow art. Eunice: T3mif!- la« John Daigle. Iota; Warner Dale Daigle. Cameron; Dianne , nuhon. Kinder: Donald Ray Le- Rlanc. Jennings; Betty Jane Le- Coq. Eunice: Gerald Francis Ledet. Eunice: Samuel Aaron MrManus. Eunice: Shirley Ann Middleton. Lake Charles: Thomas Royce Myers. Eunice: Carol .lean Plauser. Maplcwood and/ Burleiph Walker Young. Eunice.- College of Education, bachelor of science: Franklin Joseph Ber- trand. Eunice; William Paul Gil Jr.. Eunice: Charles Afte- lus Guillory, Eunice; Linda Mon- ccaux LcJeunc, Oberlin; Flora Mae Monlolaro. Eunice and Michael Anthony Roy. Eunice; College of Agriculture, bache- j ca i engineering: Joseph Boyd lor of Science: .lames Clegg(Alleman. Lake Charles. Dugas Jr. lows; Mertc Lee Hudson, Jennings; John Allen Miller. Elton; Jo Anna Leonards, Lake Charles and Bafbafa Francis Martin, Lake Charles. of Engineering; of science: Sue Ann Gilbert, Eunice and Darrell E. Gregory, Sulphur. College of Commerce, bachelor of science: Berkman Aucoin, Eunice; Richard Wayne Clay, Jennings; Donald W. Cornwell. Tola; Gary Odom, Elton llVtlllCllIt U/C1 J\Vrf VSIIUIIV-U* trull* IWb&lf V." Vlt J WUUIII | •>•* College of Nursing, bachelor i and Melvin Prathcr, Eunice. Stock Owners Warned Of Fungus Kill FT. POLK (Spl.) - The program to destroy grass • killing fungus on the Ft. Polk golf course Is being continued and owners o£ livestock in the area are reminded to restrain their animals. is being conducted against an organism which attacks the foot of grass, killing it. Both direct and indirect application of the chemical is being made. 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