Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 5, 1964 · Page 9
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WEEK'S " CALENDAR PUPPETS FOR PATIENTS — (Jenifer Choafss, 6, a patient at St. Patrick's Hospital, lakes her pick of hand puppets from Mrs, Joseph Petit- Jean who heads the St. Patrick's Hospital Auxiliary committee which makes puppets for young patients at the hospital. Jenifer Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Choates of 139 Mallard St. Lloyd Oaks Golden Age Club Has Picnic Mrs. Mary V. Miller was crowned "Queen of the Month" at the Lloyd Oaks Golden Age Club meeting held recently at the Housing Authority Recreation Center. Special honor was accorded Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Morgan celebrating their 51st wedding anniversary and to those members having birthdays in May, June, July and August. As this was the final meeting of the year, a picnic luncheon was served. A special birthday table was centered with a large cake surrounded by summer flowers. Birthday honorees included Mmes. Mary V. Miller, H. Greenwood, and Eva Hoppe and Messrs. Andrew Gero, N. W. Morgan, E. Cormier, and Yves Landreneaux. They each received a gift from the members and volunteers. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were seated in front of a heart-shaped anniversary cake surrounded by white orchids and gold tulle. They received a gift from the group and Mrs. Morgan was presented with a golden corsage for the occasion. A short tribute was given in memory of Sidney Owen by Mrs. Lloyd D. McClatchey. Herbert Greenwood received the attendance prize. Mrs. Frank Blackburn of the Lake Charles Recreation Commission and Mrs. Lloyd D. McClatchey of the Calcasieu-Camon Chapter of the American Red Cross were in charge of arrangements. They were assisted in serving Mmes. Herman Miller, Ruth East, Edna Thompson, and Steven Pekar. Golden Age Club meetings will be resumed again in the early fall. How to do it: To remove the casing from a two- to six-pound piece of Canadian style bacon that is to be oven-cooKed before slicing, hold the bacon under cold running water, then slip off (he casing. Bake in a slow (325 degrees) oven to an internal temperature of 170 degrees. PRfDAV JUNE 5 Platter party every Friday, 5-7 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. Group games, souare dancing, folk dancing. This club Is open for boys, and girls from 6-9 years of age. Martha Rebekah Lodge No. 11 will meet Friday, June 5, 8 p.m. United Gas Auditorium, 1919 Kirkman St. Visitors welcome. Pre-Teen Club meets every Friday. MO p.m., High School Park Recreation Center, lor 1012 age group. Square dancing and ballroom dancing taught. Ceramics classes taught every Friday, 9-12 N, and 14 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center. SATURDAY JUNE « Social room open every Saturday, 9-12 N, for boys and [iris to play games,High Ichool Park Recreation Center. Teen-Time Club meets every Saturday. 7-10 p.m., for teenagers only. High School Park Recreation Center, Square dancing and ballroom dancing. Tea Honors Teachers HD CLUB NEWS V1NTON "How to Pack A Suitcase for an Emergency," was part of the demonstration on "H o m e Pro-1 paredness and Medical Self) Help" given by Mrs. Ruth C Hernandez, HD council advisor, to the Vinton club at a recent 1 meeting. •. She had a little of everything, such as food, clothing, medication, a new sheet because it's strong and sterile, water purification tablets, a can opener, knife, and several other Items. Mrs. A. 0. Miller and Mrs. C. C. Nichols reported on the dis- ; play of articles made by the members for National Home- members for National Honiei Demonstration Week. i It was decided to have a sale \ at the next meeting to raise money to give a donation to help send the council president to the National HD convention in Hawaii, Oct. 2(W1. June, being designated as Dairy Month, a discussion followed by the members about entering the recipe contest by June 15. There are three categories; deserts, salads, and main dishes. During the social hour, Mrs.; C. S, Dugas won the door prize. The hostesses, Mrs. Sam Holden and Mrs. W, R. Prince, served refreshments. INOLESIDK Dairy foods and their nutrl- Meeting of Episcopal Women Sef for Tuesday Elton St. Cecelia's Episcopal Women of tho Church of the Good Shepherd will hold a final meeting for the summer, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., in the Parish ELTON (Spl.) - Two retiring members of the Elton High School staff were honored recently at a tea in the school cafeteria. They were Mrs. Lavanla Bailey, fifth grade teacher, and Joe Courville, school custodian. Mrs. Bailey, a member of the Elton faculty for 15 years, received her B.S. degree from Louisiana Tech in 1040. She is a native of Casplana, La,, and the mother of two children. Courville is a native of Kinder and has lived in Elton for 40 years. He was a bus driver in the Jeff Davis Parish school system before coming to Elton High School. He and his wife have two sons. chairman of the Episcopal Worn- Mrs. Ted Reiser, genera! chairman of the Episcopal Women, will be a guest, Nominations of officers for the coming year will be discussed. In May, the members had as their guest, Mrs. Julian Covington, first grade teacher of 'the Episcopal Day School. Mrs. Covlngton gave a talk on the : education and activities of the' | day school. i A covered dish supper will j conclude St. Cecelia's final i meeting. tional value were discussed at the Ingleside H.D. Club meeting held Tuesday at Mrs. M. L. Chrfstensen's home. Whenever you prepare a meringue, whether it's the soft or the firm type, make absolutely sure that tho sugar Is beat en in until It Is completely dissolved. This takes long beating; for example, a firm meringue shell made with six egg whites will need about twenty-five minutes of beating wilh an elcc- latter is sweetened. ERIDAY, JUNE 5, 1964, Add a mixture of oregano or thyme plus basil to an oil and vinegar dressing for salad. "Keep coot with nature's most . nearly perfect food," said Mrs. George Baker, nutrition leader., "Mift'a greatest contffctitlon from « nutritional standpoint is ! Iti calcium, ribofloreln (Vita- i tnjnJB*, flfid M|h qtullty pwJ Mrs. H. L. McCary pointed out precautions for a safe home. Check worn electrical wiring on small appliances, remove slippery rugs, and keep poisons out of the reach of children, were some of the pointers stressed. Horticultural hints were distributed by Mrs. R. C. Carr, and a repor!. c i Hie garden leader tour W.T? presented by Mrs. Ella G. Freeman, H.D, council president. Mrs. George Baker will host tho group In July. PIANOS • Klrtihatl « WorlllKr Lake Charles IlKs'c Co,, Inc. 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