Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 19
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 19

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, May 31, 1964
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SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Ifc •- - .-' •• --»•- •-- • V - J • .:• • I..7- Two-Piece Fashion F/as/rl FLASH! It's news when jacket meets skirt at fashion's fav-, orite, slightly towered waistline. Mr. Mort accents the divid-i ing line with a band and demi- bow effect set just above the pocket-concealing seam of the skirt. The neckline Is «ie of this desigriets's favorites — low- cut for smart sunning, alluring for late day. i The Original of Printed Pat- 1 tern M445 is white waffle pique ; -a stark setting for the drama! of pure Jinc and shape. Picture it also in linen, shantung, any firm textured fabric. Team the skirt with contrast tops — the top with other skirts. That's the beauty part of separate part-, ners. t Printed Pattern M445 is able In Misses' 'sizes 10, 12, *£ 16 and 18 Size 16 requires JSji yards 35-inch. ';# Send one dollar for Printed Pattern M445 to Lake Chaffes American Press, Pattern ffe partment, P. 0. Box 59, <Md Chelsea Station, New Yorfc tt, N. V. (Add 15 cents for eacJt pattern for first class maiMg and special handling. -.!-, Please print plainly yottf name, address with zone, number and size. Mr. Mort One of the best lasting cream cheese spreads is made by rrf& ing the cheese with grated red onion and minced anchovies.- M445 SIZES 10-T8 KOOKY FEET MATCJH UP WITH A MAD CAP DESIGNED BY LEON BENNETT, BEVERLY HILLS loes of plaid, candy stride, sides and straps in gay colors, like the panels of denim hal. BEAUTY BEAT GRADUATION CALENDAR Revelation, Revolution in Fashion SUNDAY, MAY Jl and hot dog party, tor Dcanno 2- 5 ,,P' m ''Way 31, given by Mrs. V ——""MBlta arid Mrs. Charles M. Bass Jr., 833 Shell Bwch Dr. Brunch, Sunday, May 31, 11 a.m., for lo^'oPW'n?^.^ K °"" een M0 'Coke parly tor Ann Harloss, Sue Caalc and Kent Gerard, 2-4 p.m., May 31. riv- en by Mrs. Robert H. Jones, Emily Jones. MONDAY, JUNE i Coke party, 3:30 - 5:30, June 1 for Janice Wheeler and Marie Ptouche, biven by Mrs. D. E. Wheeler, 1616 Legion SI ,nli nc , hc0 "J° r f.'. etc . hcr p ' crson - 1 P-m- By MARjE DAVID As the year grows older, the fashion trend forges ahead in revolution , . . revelation . . . and variation. The emphasis is on a key point: clothes are moving closer to the body. In dresses, suits and a new coat cycle, the woman begins to figure in the fit. Indications of a softened, feminine waistline, an awareness of hips, ft captivating young look make the big news distilled from a maze of ideas in the market. Simplicity of cut in a smashing color, continued revival of the blazer, cape, little overcoats and separate jackets, with scads of bright and breezy accents just asking to be worn with a costume . . Prints on the rampage in bags and shoes and gloves . . . ardent designs for late day and evening dresses, all big and bold . . . brisk black and white in gargantuan flowers on shocking patterns . . . All these are looks manifested in summer styles, which will carry over into fall. In the fun-clothes category, we have a paradox or two: there's the covered up look so big on the beaches (the "sheltered woman" unfolds her tent and wears it), while the barer the better at the ball. (Of course, the g^il who digs the dipping decolletage had better not be self-conscious, or any- Installation Banquet Held thing less than naturally elegant, or she'll embarrass rather than charm her audience.) Strictly from kooks-ville, the pacesetters are painting their sandals to match a perky cap. The stylist, or satirist, has unlimited outlet for creativity with the various brands of do-your-own-shoe coloring on the market. It is fun, and not so expensive as buying a new pair for every new outfit, or whim. You can mix your original hues, make plaids and stripes and florals if you're very ambitious. Hats are ... watch out for that brim! One of the most popular millinery fashions is brimful of LBJ influence, wide and western, pardner But when you wear these big face-shading styles be sure to spruce up your makeup so your individuality wont be overshadowed. Spotlight the eyes with light, misty shades shining with white-toned makeup on the bone structure above the lid. Brighten your cheekbones with a pastel splash of tinted rouge. Luncheon, 1:00, for Suson Knopp, given t*' u*" 110 "!,, A ' R05E °n» Mrj F. House, Pioneer Club. TUESDAY, JIME 1 Swim and Supper Pa David Huddle and Mari< 5L M M an ? tMrs i S/ nd m"-K Johl 2 8< vii P iJSV#*uiS r>B °^ 3633 Holly Hill Road. Lol ° ty, 5 (o 7, for Plauchc, given Plauche, Mr. and Mrs. S. Contraband Ploco Luncheon, U:30, June 2, for Fletcher Plerion, given Dy Mr*. Raymond Dyer and Mrj. Ralph Elwcll, Country Club. Lunch and Swim Parlj, Tuesday, June K « noon ; . for Howor d 1 McElroy, given by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas] C. Hall and Mr. . W. R. Tele, all 707 Shell Beach (NOTE: All graduation calendar chairmen, please follow above style.) UNDERLINING FASHIONS! SLIM AND COMFORTABLE "GOSSARD ARTEMIS" GIFT WRAPPING! TIIKY FIT TOGKTIIKK IN COVERS OF BEIGK. BLUIC AND WIIJTIO Briefs Bros 7.00 3.95 Paddtd Bras Lycra Girdles . 5.00 10.75 Whole S|lpt Half Slips . 4.00 Also Gowns, Tailored Pajamas And Robes To Match Sizes 30 to 44 1636 RYAN ST. - LAKE CHARLES The Business & Professional Women's Club of Lake Charles, held its installation banquet this week on the terrace of the Pioneer Club. The tables were decorated! with yellow day lilies, repre< senting the club's colors of green and gold. Mrs. D. B. Hogston, retiring president, welcomed mernberg and guests. Mrs. Vivial Nelson, director of District No. 2 of the Louisli ana Federation, conducted thq ceremony with the use of a necklace of pearls. At the conclusion of the in-, stallation, Mrs. Nelson present ed the necklace to Mrs. J. E, Stout, president. The other officers are: Mrs. Anival Arguello, f i r s \ vice president; Mrs. Florence] Rathburn, second vice presii dent; Delores Stutes, record, ing secretary; Margie Lynch, corresponding secretary; antj Mrs. Edith Viccellio, treasurer, It was announced that Mis.'(i Sherry Matte, a student of sect retarial science, completing heif freshman year at McNeesei State CoJJege, had been selectr fid for the scholarship award) of the club for the 1964-65 year, Miss Matte is a graduate ol) LaGrange High School. Mrs. Lillian Poole, presidenlj of the Louisiana Federation, has appointed Mrs. D. B. Hogston as the state personal de r i velopment chairman for thhf; year. Mrs. Stout appointed the Mi i for 1964-65: Program, Mrs. Anival Ai> guello; world affairs, Mrs. Vi| ols Griffin; civic participation Hrs. Ida Belle Spears; Personal development, Mrs). Ruth Vincent; membership Mrs. Florence Rathburn; f| janee, Mrs. Lottie Riff; Public relations, Frances Wil|- ard; emblem, Luella Boggs; Vaiional Business Women')* A'eefc, Dr. Doris Conway;; Ca»pfire, Jodie Collette; aniji egislation, Mrs. Correze Doyle), Named as the club's reprq- to various lucaii Juvenile Council, Dr. Conway; Calcasicu United Appeals, Mrs. Riff; and Calcasieu Safety Council, Miss Collette. Mrs. Mary Propes will serve as parliamentarian. The past presidents will have charge of the Christmas meeting, with Mrs. Rose Spence," chairman, and the club year book, with Mrs. Correze Doyle, chairman, and Mrs. Opie Hogston, co-chairman. Other appointments were: Scrapbook, Mrs. Mildred Mienke, chairman; and pelican stickers and club bulletin, Kathryn Bovver. The program for the evening was concluded with a skit given by the past presidents for the initiation into membership in the past presidents council of Mrs. Opie Hogston. Guests of the club were: Mrs. Jessie McDaniel, president of the DeRidder club; Mrs. Elva Denton, Mrs. John B. Keaton, Mrs. Judy Armstrong, Mrs. Lyra Womack, and Mrs. S. L. Cline. Use Rustproof Hails for Fence Be sure you use rustproof nails when building a fence. Nothing is more unattractive than rust stains on lovely woods like western red cedar which have been allowed to weather without any stain or paint treat ment. look into the advantages of low cost Gtt tbt polidw with tb in a completely furnished NEWMQQN mobile home $499$ $500 DOWN $OJ OC Monthly wTiWW Payments 84 PAYMENTS 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE AIJR CONDITIONER 3 BEDKOOMS AUTOMATIC WASHER 1U- BATHS ff 55W FREE 500 MILE DELIVERY HOME INSURANCE AGENCY Dial HE 9-8250 HE 3-9839 Ground Floor Gayle Building 502 Broad ALTO TiAJliJ? groups Were: THE "81G" tOT Highway 90 East Near Holiday i«n 7 flays Til 8 P M. HE 3-7576 LOW DOWN PAYMENT Summer Shoes Sa Wh,te -- Po'.tels bone combinations (ENTIRE STOCK NOT INQUDID e VALUES TO 18.99 6 90 8 90 1Q90 14 90 SPECIAL GROUP FLATS 590 & §90 SPECIAL GROUP HANDBAGS 90 TO } Q90 ENTIRE STOCK Children's Summer Shoes AC..CORDING TO SIZF 490 590 ORIENTAL CASHMERE abundantly heaped with NATURAL MINK exciting at • NATURAL RANCH MINK • EMBA CERULEAN* • EMBA TOURMALINE* • AMBA AUTUMN* Brealh-v>(t cashmere, most regal of oil coating. Natural mtrtk, mo <^ opulent of oil furs. Toother, IM>, K( nbable in their elegance. An-! together they are in our col (Then cf advonrp rie.inn, per feet ion- lailm-ed coals . . . ,.ool-, new of \<t<>\ coals v,irh if'wly important- button troatMien!--,. Buy now for Lru'.ons to cm in--. Select from imaginative M-l-'i'-'J *'Hl Km l» Mink Breeders' Association fur products labeled to show country of origin of Imported furs

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