Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 31, 1964 · Page 20
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 20

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, May 31, 1964
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CALENDAR OF THE WEEK MONDAY. .U ; \K 1 JL Optimist Cluli nl Lake diaries meets every Mondaj. " .'W i> m Senior Citi/nis Huh ni re I s PVITV MonHnv . T-Kl p ni Hii:h School l';lrk KV< nvilxm (Vnlrr Ceramic U;i« ineeis every Monday. (M 1 ;> ni ;m<i 1 ! p in .•tin) advance < la>s in sl.'iin*. it :iO-!) p m . Iliah Sclumi Park Htvronlion Center Women in C<iiK''ii< linn Imanl n! direi tur-i m-v^ni;. Mnnlav •lime 1. .1 p ni . .V ;c oh ice TIKSDAY. .11 \i: 2 Allclldr l.odfie NII liM 'liliie penden; Order Odd l-Vi|nuv 20 meets every Tuesday. 7 p.m., TIM 1 - Hyan St. National Office Management Association, Lake Charles Chapter, meets every Tuesday, li:lifl p m . Pioneer Club. Kilty Club meets every Tues- d;i\ Noon. Sammy's Restaurant. M-iixe. l.o\al Order of 1, a k e diaries N<> i;i7R. nieels even Tuesday, 7 !H), 420 i:\an Si SPKMSgSA meets every Tues(la\. 7 :!0 p.m . Hroadmoor Huildinu. Hinhwav U. SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Duplicate and contract bridge played every T 11 e s d a y, 7-10 p.m.. High School Park Recreation Center. (To play duplicate bring partner). Roth bridge games open lo the public. Ceramic classes held e v e r y Tuesday, fl-12 N. and I-I p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Lake Charles (loid Star Mothers will meet Tuesday. June 2 at the home of Mrs. Leo Orel. .'115 Arlington, 2 p.m. Lake Charles Lionesses board meeting at 7:3(1 p.m. al the borne of Mrs. ,1. K. Pace H23 Watkins. St. Southwest Louisiana C o i n Club meets Tuesday. June 2. 7:1)0 p.m., Calcasieu Savings & Loan ttuilding.. on Ryan Street, in Lake Charles. WEDNESDAY. JUNE :) Civilnn Club meets e v e r y Wednesday, 12 N., Lakeview Restaurant. L. C. High Noon Lions Club meets every Wednesday. 12:0;i p.m.. Pioneer Club. VFW- auxiliary 24:?R meet -. Wednesday. June :!, 8 p.m.. post home. Legion Road. Order of Hie Amaranth. (.'.*. No. 7. meets Junr 3. 7:1)0 p.m., Masonic Temple THURSDAY JUNK J Kiwanis Club meets e v e r v Thursday, 12:05 p.m. Adult ballroom dancing class held every Thursday. 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. F rank Blackburn, instructor. KIUDAY JUNK 5 Optimist Club meets every Friday noon. Lakeview Restaurant. Platter party every Friday, 5-7 p.m.. High School Park Recreation Center. Group games, square dancing, folk dancing. This club is open for boys and girls from G-9 years of age. Pre-Teen Club meets every Friday, 7-10 p.m.. High School Park Recreation Center, for 10- 12 age group. Square dancing and ballroom dancing taught. Ceramics classes taught every Friday, 9-12 N, and 1-4 p.m'., -High School Park Recreation Center. IVfarlha Rcbek.ih Lodge No. 11 will meet Friday, June 5. 8 p.m. United Gas Auditorium. 1919 Kirkman St. Visitors welcome. SATURDAY JUNK 6 j Social room open every Sal- .urday. 9-12 N, for boys and girls to play games, H i g b j School Park Recreation Center. I Teen-Time Club meets every 'Saturday. 7-10 p.m., for teenagers only. High School P a r k Recreation Center. Square 'dancing and ballroom dancing. o/ T/ie I Knicker-Knee Set ! K n i c k e r s are those knee- i length breeches that daddy ftps- ! talgically recalls from his child- ihood. They niay very well be I recalled again in about 20 years i by the current crop of srriall : fry, for knickers are regaining fashion ground. Ono.e novelties in high style, and high priced childrenswear lines, they are now popularly \ priced. ; Today's knickers don't bag al the knees like Dad's did. PORTRAIT SPECIAL OOM Friday and Soturtfoy Only Your Choice — N6 Aq« Limit 1-5x7 only Me, 1—8x10 only «e, 1—11*14 only 6'c, 1— UxJO only 8?c ALL-STATES STUDIO 11 A.M. 'Ill i P.M. 804'-. Ryan HE «-Bt93 Till- I'ltlCI- /\ Kiaiir LOOK FOR NATIONALS VALUABLE S&H GREEN STAMP COUPON BOOKLET IN YOUR MAIL THIS WEEK! GREEN STAMPS REDEEM THIS WEEK'S COUPONS WATCH FOR HOME-MAILED COUPON BOO 100 S&H STAMPS * 25 S&H STAMPS * 50 S&H STAMPS with a $5.00 or more purchase— excluding tobacco, liquor or prescriptions with purchase of 2 loaves of Top Taste Bread or 2 pigs, of Top Taste Brown 'n' Serve Rolls with purchase of $1.00 or mor» of Fresh Fruits i Vegetables * 100 S&H STAMPS * 25 S&H STAMPS with purchase of 3 two-roll pks. of Swanee Towels with purchase of I Ib. of King Cofton Skinless Wianers YOU JUST CANT BEAT THAT NATIONAL MEAT SPARERIBS MEDIUM TENDER, MEATY BARBECUE TIME ID .\ATl().\.U.'S"DAn\\ DEir FKKSH ML-H'S AMD I'KVETAHLES TENDER CRISP Ibs. BEANS 29' Sliced Loin Quarter Pork Loin Sliced Rib Quarter Pork Loin Top Taste Sliced Bologna 39c 6-Oz. r\r\ Pkq. OOC Top Taste Sliced Olive Loaf Kinq Cotton Skinless Wieners King Cotton All Meat Smoked Sausage 6Oz. r\r\ Pkg. OOC 49c 59c SURE-KLEAN BLEACH PLASTIC GALLON TOMATOES RADISHES " h """ 2 6 oz. bag I FMHMQ Sunklil ripe, yellow doz. 49c lOc 29c 5 Ib. bag BIRD SEED ior lhe PEAT MOSS PEAT 39 Samsonite FOLDING CHAIR „ COME AS A NEIGHBOR 'W*W RETURN AS & FRIEND 2 cu. il. bale NATC§ 59c 3.49 89c Top Taste Sandwich or King Siz« NATIONAL FOOD STORK PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 3 WE RESERVE THE BJPT TO LIMIT 50 EXTRA S I H MUM tHIS COUPON AMP fUUCMA.Sf Of Loaf fop Taste Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns 3",- 19c Top Taste Whole Bean Dark or Light Coffee £ 73c Top Taste Brown i Serve Rolls W'rth $15 worth of Rtg- $6.95 Value Pkg. of ?i25c COME 4$ A NEIGHBOR in tvvu oJors, 'J'an with lirunzc frame ur Gray with Black RETURN AS A FRIEND ICE CREAM TOP TRIAT GOOD THRU JUKE 3 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT

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