Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 16
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5UNOAY, MAY 31, 1964, Lake Charles American Press STARS ABOVE B» CARROLL RIOHtlSR S FOR MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: One 01 those days and evening* when you wont tn he very droniottc in whatever you da but th£ oc ling with real formality oyi o sense of the promlsts you lave made ?s strongly urged. B« sure not to criticize anyone ok curb that urge tc spend <>" \ you ore are not in o positi owaro of d your trie so. Others clrcum- 7t) rAuRp 20 lo May to handle hl$er'upj with Vld ! you will regret II Idler, s? Be sure gloves or rtstccd of be n ,l?rv? tLe lor new friend inter. Don 'I 1 neniccl one who Is confined t<i bed. MOON CHILDREN (June V5 to July 1 21) Plan your time so that you can oo- vole port o( It to interesllnB business ' associates with modern ld<a». Good friends also need attention. Bb more et- ficicnt in office, shop, etc. , i LEO (July 22 to August 21). Assocl- ; ales demands may Irk you, ]bu If you 1 meet reasonable ones, Oil Ik Wll. Don t lose your temper. Courtesy pays, ofher- ' wise you tan lose out In vai lous ways. VIRGO (August 22 to September 20). instead of venturing Into nnw outlets, moke present operations mo^e modern, profitable. Take !he lime to correspond with fhose out ol town. Be s>|iro you do Vou Wou/rfn'f Plate Sterling? Would you silvefpiale genuine stcfling? It's possible, but unthinkable. the same is true of ceramic floor tile and wall tile— it's i ivsvsa trii^f uuu TTUII viiv* *u w» possible to paint them, but why I with paint? do il? Ceramic tile is available in more than 260 different colors and an Infinite number of designs, and the colors are permanent, too, so why bother COUNTRY CLUB CARD PARTY — Hostesses for the Lake Charles Country Club Auxiliary card party and luncheon on Wednesday will be Mrs. Oliver Stock-well (sealed left), Mrs. George B. Hines (standing) and Mrs. R. F. Coffey. The auxiliary members are shown brushing up on their bridge skills before the event, which will be highlighted by exhibit of precious and couturier jewels for milady by Gem Jewelry company. Gems To Be Shown At Auxiliary Card Party A dash of allspice RIVCS extra and inviting flavor to a raisin sauce to be served with ham. LIBKA Oepiemuer *j lO October 22). Keeping oil promises made Is vital before you BO anywhere for ahnusemcnts j sake. Snow couriesy to other:. This will I pay off well in the days nbl too far ' "'SCORPIO (October 23 lo, November i Jl) Have you been paying tob much at- I tenilon to strangers and neglfeeling your 1 own lamily lately? Rectify Wls slluollon i now. Budqel your lime os you do your i money and all Is fine. ) SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to Do- tcember 21). Scheduling your .time carefully will permit you to Occorr pllsh much 1 both ot home and In the woi Id of business. Let others assist you. Don't try to do It all alone. CAPRICORN (December 2". to January 20). Some time spent In jetting your surroundinfls Improved Is v Ise before you take off on a pleasure aunt. Plan to spend only a certain amount of money. Practice economy now. AQUARIUS (January 21 1< February T» A aenerous spirit with klri will bring the' results you desire, make theJulure more succcsstul. Don't burden them with problems. Smile and you will be loved PISCES (February 20 to March 20). You spend too much time aloie and you could make o fortune by slrrply getting out Into the business or credlve world. Get Important work done first. Then off lo new outlets, places, people. _._... IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY, you will soon find that you Have o very capable progeny who can solve problems with true ease, but II will become necessary for sports to be ndulaed In early to work off excessive mental energy Slant Ihe education towbrd government employment and-or trie fleid of science and recognition, If not fame, can come very early In thl* Interesting Ch "Thc Stars Impel, they d(t not compel " What you make of your life Is lorgely up to YOU I Distributed by McNaughf Syndicate, Inc. ,,,, .-JH > .»*3V V * V&W' < ', *<• < 1 ' j~ (i * ^ V, SYBLE RUTH HARGROVE The engagement of Syble Ruth Hargrove to Radford Manuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonle Manuel of Oakdale, is announced by her mother, Mrs. Ellen Hargrove of Glenmora. The wedding will be June 27 at 7 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson of Elizabeth. June 29 * July 31 instructor! Sarah Q. Jones Ballet (Children ovw i) Catherine F. Qulnn Basic ConversoTlona French, Studio A Outdoor Painting FULL OR PART-TIME ENROLLMENT Registration & Information, Phone 433-3969, 439-2577 A showing nt vulariy's jew- <•!> will be a feature of the card party-luncheon (•• be staged hy the Lake Charlr.s Country Club Ladies Auxiliarv <.-n Wednesday, at the Country Club. Both pre<-."'i!s i. wels and cou- tiiurier t>prs vill be shown, HioriK w"ii mini-' ;.! summer table seitnic f'>r 'M 1 ;>atio. by the Gem Jewelry Co Hostesses for the social \\ill be Mrs. George B. H'nes. Mrs. R. F. Coffey, and Mrs. Oliver Stock-well. Door prizes will he presented by the Jewelry firm. Members are a^koci to furnish their own cards and to make reservations in advance. Flower Show Staged By Camp Fire Girls Group ) "H ;i p p y Days Arc Here Yuan'" ->V;N tli ' tli'Miic of the iuninr garden club flower show i, resent 'd recently bv the Tanu- iji-ham.-li Camp Fire Givis at Mie Imn-.i- of Mvs. L. C. Hornsb, club The fulluwing awards \\ c r c given: Tri-color, Joan Hardy; blue ribbon, Charlotte llornsby; red ribbon. IVbra Duplechaen; yel- i.nv ribbon. Terry Pullig: and linnorj'b'c n :••!'! 'on. J:niice lln\v- nrd, Naivy I'.illey, and Louise SiepliciiMii', Each winner received a miniature container for flower arrangements. A Two-Way Tool j House Con Prove i 4 N;ce Addition A Usu-ViHv tool iiuuse. svilh a SHUT built into the v.all on the side and a tool IIOUM- un the i 'tier, can be a dehglilful addition to a garden h be built uf , Mrs. \V. H. \Vimberly, a past- president of the Rake and Hoe Garden Club, judged arrangements. The show was Ihc cnnclusinn ! of a year's study of flower ar! rangement. j WHISTLE—SUM . . . Fashions For Juniors and Hard-ro-Fit Figures B.uuiiUil Clollu'.s Kor \Vonipn 411! li-i.s . . . YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE AT THE TIP TOP STORE DOUBLE TOP VALUE STAMPS ON TUESDAY WITH PURCHASES OF $2.50 OR MORE BEEF ROUNDS 3221 Ryan St. Near Prien Lake Road SWIFT'S PREMIUM 85 LB. AVERAGE I'ree TENDERED LI5. |i 111111111114 LAKE CHARLES DOWNTOWN VALUE DM There will be $1.00 further reduction made on cacli pair of sale Shoes after purchase of first pair. FURTHER REDUCED LARGE SELECTED GROUP Dress Shoes and Walking Pumps Many Additional Shoes Added can lir ea^ Yuii can use either cream c-heese or cheddar cheese as a base for a chopped olive sandwich. Choose pimienlo-st.uf.fed jret-n olives or grctn olives and canned pimientus. Announcing the Fi«*niore Holland-America line Orient/South Pacific 50-Day Discovery Cruis* ABOARD THE 1 S. STATENJDAM FROM LOS ANGELES OCT. 6, CALLING AT: Honolulu Yokohama » Kobe • Hong Kong Sing9po/e» Bali «Suva (Fiji Islands)* Pago Pago (Samoa) • Papeete (Tahiti) JJATfS fEOM Ji,485 For a cotarfyl bMhw with more Wonnation, contact RAY CLOSE PINK—YELLOW—BLUE BONE-WHITE UGHTENIN RHYTHM STEP BLACK PATENT—BLACK "" *" LEATHER—TAN-RED- CORDIAL GREEN-GREY-MULTI COLORS-COMBINATIONS KICK O'NEILL Patents Mtt. EASTON U-athcrs MR. CHIC Fabrics GKPl'KTTO Alligator CaU AND OTHERS SAVE 10% to 50% CARNATION INSTANT MILK . . 12 qts. 69c HI-C DRINK, 46-oz 3 cans $1.00 SERV-10 DRINK 33c PRUNE JUICE, Lady Betty qt. 29c AUTOCRAT MILK 3 tall cans 39c PINE OIL, Four-D pint 25c 10 ROLLS GEORGIAN CANTALOUPES EACH NAPK CUCUMBERS EaehSc GREEN BEANS Lb. IQc YELLOW ONIONS 2Lbs. I5c CAKE MIXES PY-O-MY ASSORTED 10 EACH 70 COUNT SOFTEX 10 VACATION CASUALS GALORE! $4 to '.VFl. AGENCY 4^3-857* (NEW ARBJMALS) Leather Slides r- PMe — Strap Socials — Burlap Tennis Sboes — Thongs and Backless Wedges. (Many colors ei;|d styles) 8-OZ, AUSTEX HOT DOG SAUCE Vt GAL. CLOVERLAND ICE CREAM 19 TALL CAN BORDER'S MILK • i Vt GAL. SEALTEST l-or y to 9 N'tilue l)ay ICE MILK TIDE GIANT POX BABY FOOD € 10

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