Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 14
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14 S " Nt) AY, MAY 31 - 196 ^' Loke American frress ANN^eoNOTES MOTES FROM SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE: Nineteen-year-old Elizabeth Jan Kohler, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Kohler, 650 6th St., Lake Charles, is steadfast in her life's goal of being a writer. The former LSU co-ed is quoted at great length in the current issue of Seventeen Magazine, now on sale at newsstands throughout the United States. Jan is the eldest of six children and played a major role in rearing her younger brothers and sisters. Drawing on this experience, she recently placed second in the poetry division of the nation's largest student writing contest. According to Jan, "my poetry is about nature, about feelings I have— loneliness, longing, nostalgia." She hopes someday to finish college. She returned Saturday from a visit with friends in Indiana and is working diligently on a novel. Her professed goal in life 'is to become a successful writer, and those who know Jan are certain that she'll make the grade. * * * ATTEND GRADUATION: Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Wimberly are in New Orleans to attend their son. Kenneth's graduation from Loyola University School of Dentistry. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wimberly will leave the following week for Orlando, Fla., where Kenneth will be stationed with the United States Air Force. He will serve as Captain in the Dental branch. * * * ANNUAL MEETING: Art Associates of Lake Charles will meet today at the Lakeside National Bank at 3 p.m. Election of officers and annual reports will be read. Guest speaker is Elbert W. Price, executive director of United Appeals. Mr. Price is an artist, lecturer, and past-president of the Central Louisiana Art Association. He will speak on his recent tour of the local Bayou coun- trv and show a number of paintings. Public invited. v f.i * * TOP NAVAL ACADEMY GRAD: Mrs. P. J. St. Remain. Jr.. 4100 Pleasant Drive, and Mrs. Phillip St. Romain, 625 Cusic, are very happy about the news they received of their brother, David Brent Lester. He is graduating "with distinction," with a 3.94 average, from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis next Wednesday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lester Sr. of New Orleans. Attending the graduation exercises will be Mrs. Phillip St. Romain and daughter, Cecile, and Mrs. St. Romain's nephew, Preston John Romain III, who just graduated from Landry Memorial High School. After graduation, Mr. Lester will work on his Master's Degree in the nuclear field. * * * MEXICAN LULLABY: James David Windham was born May 27 in Tampico, Mexico. He is the son of David and'Barbara Dolby Windham, and brother of Barbara, one year old. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Windham are paternal grandparents, and great- prandparents are Mrs. John Holland and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Windham. * + * DR. DANIEL DAVID ROBERTS: Mr. and Mrs. James II. Roberts will spend a few days in New Orleans while they attend the graduation of their son, Daniel, from the Loyola School of Denistry on June 2. Dan. will return to Lake Charles for a visit with his parents prior to his army assignment. * * * ALMOST MELODRAMA TIME AGAIN: Everyone who enjoyed the many laughs offered last summer with the Lake Charles Little Theater's productions of melodramas will be glad to know they will begin again on June 19th. "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" will open in the Majestic Hotel Ballroom. After last year's audience enthusiasm it is sincerely hoped that "Drammer" is here to stay. * * * A REMINDER: Tomorrow night at 8:15 William Kushner will conduct the McNeese Chamber Ensemble in the Ralph Squires Recital Hall in the Fine Arts building on the McNeese campus. Public .invited. * * * ORGAN RECITAL: Louis Brewer's organ recital will bo this afternoon at the St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Beaumont at 4:15 p.m. Public invited. * * # ATTEND GRADUATION: Mr. and Mrs. Abnor llnrn. 1100 Tenth St.. were in New Orleans Saturday to attend the graduation of their son, Sydney, from Tulane University School of Law. He is 'a graduate of Lake Charles High. ¥ * * HEIR MALE: The first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Francis was born Friday in Lafayette to Courtenay and Donald Baker Littlefield. The youngster weighed in at eight pounds, 12 ounces, and will be christened a "junior." Mrs. Francis and Mrs. Robert Barras, have been in Lafayette last weekend visiting their daughter and sister. * ¥ ¥ UDC CONVENTIONEERS: Mrs. Wilhelmina Lyles and Mrs. Lydia Sweeney were delegates from Robert E. Lee chapter at the recent 64th annual convention of United Daughters of the Confederacy in Shreveport. Mrs. Lyles was elected registrar for the Louisiana Division at the convention. Mrs. Sweeney is president-elect of the local group. * * * COEDS ARE GUESTS: Week-end guests of Mrs. Gussie Holbrook were her niece, Sandra Allen, Shirley Governale. both McNeese students from DeRidder, and Vickie Williams of DeRidder and Brenda Eggan of Waco, Tex., coeds at Baylor University. The girls attended a barbecue in Iowa Sun- fiav. with a group of McNeese students. NEW ARRIVAL: Mr and Mr.s Norman Wmter- >»n are the proud parents of iheir first child, a son. •lohn Marsh. Lorn Mav 'J5 in New Orleans. Mrs Winterton is the former Mary Murphy Moss of Lake Charles. Her husband \ul! graduate "from the LSU Medical Scho< I in New Orleans June 5. The maternal grandpa; ei'is are Dr. and Mrs. Walter Moss f this city, a«ni the paternal grandparents are Mr ;.nd Mr.s. Norrp->n Winter-ton of Shreveport- t * * PHI MU: The Lake Charles Phi Mu Alumni will meet Tuesday June 2, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Hudson East, 1924 Western St. Mrs. P J Unkel will be co-hostess. Plans for the '28th National Phi Mu convention to be held July 3-7 at the Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan will be discussed All Phi Mu Alums in the area are invited. * * * QJLLIS SOCIAL: Mrs. Duane Olson of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Tuesday, May 19, by plane for a week's stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. CaldweJJ. She came to attend commencement exercises at Sam Houston High School where her sister, Barbara Caldwell, was one of the graduates. * * * CHARITY HOSPITAL AUXILIARY: Ucneral meeting and installation of officers. Awards will be made on Tuesday, June 2, at 1M p.m. in the hos- i>i1al lecture, room NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A honeymoon on a tropical island was the choice of Capt. and Mrs. Claude A. Mason, following iheir wedding on May 17 in Atlanta. The young couple was photographed during a slroll in lh e palm paiio of ihe Sheraton British Colonial Hotel in ihe heart of the Bahamas Maybe Bargain Gems Are Fake, Says Expert capital. Capt. Mason is lhe son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mason, 1225 Bank Street, Lake Charles, and is now stationed at Charleston, South Carolina, where he is a pilot with the U.S. Air Force. His bride is the former Helen Kaye Ringer, M.D., of Newberry, S.C. Qlenda Ford And B.W. JarM Wed A double ring ceremony solemnized at 10 a.m., May 30, in Ouf Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church of Sulphur united in marriage Olenda Wrae Ford and Bernett William Jardell Jr. The Rev. Francis X. Nally »!• ficiated at the rites. Mrs. Leon Broussard was organist and Mrs. Neal Blanchard was soloist. Parents of the couple are Mr. Mrs. Marcus L, Ford and Mr. Mrs. Jardell Sr., all of Sulphur. To be given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of white peau de soie featuring jeweled re-embroidered Alencon lace motifs on the basque bodice and on the front panel of the chapel length skirt, which draped into a full Watteau train. A. coronet of jewels surroundmg a lace rosette held her veil of silk illusion. She carried a colonial bouquet of Phalaenopsis orchids entwined with stephanotis and centered with a large white orchid. Mary Jo Mangano of DeRid- der, maid of honor, and Joy Chadick of Maplewood, Beverly Wincey of West Lake, Marilyn Duhon of Jennings and the brfde's cousin, Renee Foster of Orange, Tex., bridesmaids, were attired identically in flash pink peau de soie dresses with matching veiled bandeaux and bou- quets of pink carnations" With stephanotis. Flower girls were Vicki Salonek and Twinkle Fostef oi Orange, also the bride's cousins. Luke Autrey, cousin of the groom, Was fingbearer. Ronald Lopez was best man, Groomsmen were Byron Chau- fnont, brother-in-law of th-j groom, Terry Granger, cousin of the groom, and Claibornc Settoon, all of Sulphur, and Harold Naquin of Lake Charles. Following the rites, a reception was held in the Knights of Columbus hall. Jimmie Lee Brown of Natchitoches, cousin of the bride, registered guests. The houseparty included Mrs. Harold Naquin, Mrs. Robert Pelloquin, Mrs. William Pelletier and Joan Wyninger, Tea girls were Karla Hollier of Baton Rouge, cousin of the bride, Nancy and Joyce Welchel. The newlyweds left for a wedding trip to Miami, Fla., and will return to make their home here where the groom is a senior studying Physical Education at McNeese State College. Both are graduates of Sulphur High School. The bride received her degree from McNeese, where she was a member of Phi Mu social sorority'and was named- to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She is employed by the Calcasieu Parish School Board. New Class in Ballroom Dancing Starts June 3 A new class in ballroom dancing for adult beginners will start Wednesday, June 3, 8 to 10 p.m., at the High School Park Recreation Center. Mrs. Georgia Earle, instructor, will teach American dances, including swing (jitterbug), fox trot, waltz; and Latin American dances including rhumba, Cha-Cha, tango, mambo, samba, and meringue. Those interested In participating are asked to contact Mrs. Frank Blackburn, or go to the Center Wednesday. This class will be for adults only. It would be very much appreciated if children were not brought to these classes, Mrs. Blackburn stated. TORONTO (APi—Beware the' look for a good cut and a clear, ; jewelry bargain. Things are not j white stone, always what they seem in the world of gems. Even a jeweler can be fooled, says Jonathon Fraleigh, Toronto gem expert. . Sometimes outright fakes are sold as real gems. Diamonds, emeralds and oth- has almost doubled in 10 years," er stones can be artificially he adds. Any jewelry valuable enough to be insured should be reappraised and reinsured every five or 10 years, Mr. Fraleigh says. Green-Hoeting Betrothal Told DeRIDDER (Spl.)- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Green of Dry Creek announce the engagement anc approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Jean, tc Ralph Hoeting, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoeting of DeRid der. The couple will exchange vows July 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the "The va,,, of precious stones ? r L^ B ?&^^ manufactured. Cultured pearls can be made vited to attend. , , ,-, , . , ., . , f . M . r ' Fralei ^ sai ? P e °P le d °J to look better than they are. [ md "» ex Pf te « treasure at home sometimes, perhaps in And real gems can be doctored to increase their apparent value in , grandmother's jewel case. have looked through many sell them. "Doublets arc which are not wholly • ' found gold of antique value and imitations « prri stones of rare vinta 6 e - imitii- "You never know what you to find." find was a a Sinfi ,e sJT" "' " '"" '""' -°°- * pieces The upper half, known as the crown, is real stone and the | lower part, the base, is usually a paste of similar or darker color. "This way the color of the doublet is deepened, the total weight is increased and the j upper part most exposed in : wear is hard because it is the natural stone. When mounted in jewelry the joining line of the two sections is hidden and is therefore far from obvious." : Mr. Fraleigh says shoppers on vacation trips are particularly prone to getting stung pick: ing up gems as local bargains. j "I would advise anyone who i is not familiar with gem stones ! to deal only in reliable estab- i lishments, and, if they suspect 1 any problems as to value, to have them checked by a gi-m- mologist." When you do buy, lu> says, choose deeply colored stones. free from obvious internal flaws. If you are buying a diamond, Church Ser'rre To Unite Couple Helen Sadler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sadler Sr. of Cariyss, wilJ be married to Jerome Joseph Bourgeois, son of Mrs. Abel Bourgeois of Lake Charles, June 1 at 8 p.m. in the Murray Street Baptist Church in Lake Charles. i The Rev. J. M. McDonnold will ! officiate. turned up are worth $20 to $40. Consult Us for GENUINE ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONER V . there is a difference /C ART \ 41? Atoms Put Potted Plants On Hard Surface Large potted plants can clo much to brighten up a room. To guard against stains from dirt and water, it is wise to stand : the plants on a hard, moisture- i proof surface such as ceramic tile. MID-SEASON SHOE CIEARANCE SALE ON ALL GIRLS' AND TEENS' WHITES AND PASTELS *3.97 $ 4.77 '6,77 Values to 5.98 Values to 7.98 Values to 9.98 SPECIAL GROUP FINE SHOES REDUCED I/ TO /2 PRICE A LARGE SELECTION KEDS & KEDETTES (DISCONTINUED STYLES) VALUES TO $3.98 VALUES TO $5.98 $2,97 $3.97 COME IN EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS »39 - 3KJ> AVE6.TJS — EAST TOWN' CENTEJjl NEWSTADT'S SHOE £9 0 10 Charge Accounts 727 RYAN ST. DOWNTOWN LAKE CHARLES

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