Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 10, 1964 · Page 15
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EUROPEAN BOUND — Gary Cumuli (left) and Paula Guillory were enthusiastically completing last- minute details Monday for iheir two- month irip to Europe. They departed Tuesday by plane. Highlights of iho adventure will be a visit with Paula's sister, Mrs. James 0. (Joyce) McKeehan, in Madrid and the wedding of Alpha Delta Pi sorority sister Susan Pcitit in London. Vacation Trick for Potted Plants If your house plants must be left unattended during summer vacations, don't miss this trick. Thoroughly water them just before you leave, then place each plant, clay pot and all, in a plastic bag and tie nag shut around lower end of the plant stem, below bottom foliage. Sealed plants will stay moist up to two weeks. with Gobhcttdft CHILI HOT DOG SAUCE DELTA ZETA ALUMHAE MEET SET TONIGHT The Delta Zeta Alumnae will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the lounge of Alpha Hall on the McNeese vState College earn pu?. A representative from the Jane Demmon School of Beauty will give a demonstration and lecture on makeup. | Each alumni member may i invite a guest. I Members of Zeia Gamma chapter al McNeese are also • invited lo attend. Coeds Leave For Tour Of Europe It's Europe, Unlimited ! for two McNeese State College coeds who departed Tuesday by plane for New Orleans, New York, and the Continent. Paula Guillory and Gary Curnutt will spend the summer on a long-planned jaunt through Europe, including a visit with Miss Guillory's sister, Joyce (Mrs. James 0. McKeehan) in Madrid, Spain. The girls will land in Lisbon, Portugal, and join Joyce and her husband in Spain where the quartet will attend bullfights and visit Gibraltar, Granada and Barcelona. Paula and Gary will (ravel the Riviera route through Nice lo Rome, where (hey hope In have an audience with Mis Holiness, Pope Paul VI, and from there, a short hop to Venice, (lie famed canal city. The rest of the itinerary Includes Geneva, Switzerland, Frankfurt and M u n i c h, Germany, Amsterdam, Holland, Paris and London. Both members of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority at McNeese, the girls plan to visit another sorority sister, Susan Pettit, who teaches in London and plans lo be married there in lale July. The travelers return home in August and will continue their studies at McNeese in the fall. Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guillory, is a junior majoring in speech education. Gary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Curnutt and a senior majoring in art. iimtniiimiiiin,,Minimum STARS ABOVE US IIIIUIllllllllllIHllillIllllllllll By CARROLL RIOHTER FOR THURSDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: An unusu- oily aood day for pulling acioss whatever is of Interest and value to vou In everyday pursuits, as well as where your motions aro concerned and also regard, 'no matters Involving the general pubic which are vital lo you. However, tonight keep cheerlul and avoid any and all depression. • ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Attend- Ing to the needs of closest ties Is best way to spend part of this day. Harmony at home Is vitally Important. Have greater enthusiasm {or organizing funda. mental affairs. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Putting zest Into your regular ob brings approval, areater Income, In the future. If you are oentle when making suggestions to partners, they soon cooperate. Be very prac- GEMINI (Moy 21 to June 21) Handllno financial affairs wisely Is quite easy today since others will listen to your suggestions. Big business person gives support. Show you are very sensible In your approach. MOON CHILDREN (Juns 22 to July 31) You ore able to gain much prestige socially If you make your plans early and state your alms. You have a charming manner and others cannot resist you. Be conscientious, alerf. LEO (July 22 to August 21) You have to plan now If you want to get big prolert Into successful operation soon. Romantic plans can also materialize, If you watch your P's and Q's. Courtesy It fhe essence thereof. VIRGO (August 22 to September 23) Get In touch with that good friend who comprehends every facet of problem now facing you. Get obout socially tonlahr. Increase that circle of friends you how en|oy. LIBRA (September 23 lo October 22) You have a very fine chance to advance In business or professional career and vou would do well to get an early start Have long talks with supporters. Know where you stand. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) With all thosa Ideas that are coming to you, why not put some Into operation for a more abundant life? Study details. Information, well. Use such Intelligently. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 lo December 21) You can be very precise In the handllnq of certain affairs of moment, either at home or In business world. Win out easily. Be kind tonight with male, who may be Indisposed. CAPRICORN (December 22 In January M) Are you doinq all you con to co- ooerate with associates? Ask what Is expected of you and follow through. Under- sland new Ideas and cement bonds more closely. AQUARIUS (January 21 fa February 191 Don't procrastinate any longer where that big proiect Is concerned. Get wheels roll- Ing or you lose out. Adopt new attitude and listen to Ideas of co-workers. PISCES (February 20 to March 20) Contact those tor whom you have not hod time lately but are fond ef. Clarify any misunderstandings. Get Into the spirit of things and have a happy, enjoyable time. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY, he or she will be a born sale] person, plus having the ability to come up with fine commercial Ideas that will be very helpful In the trade world and be of benefit to the public In general. Slant the education along such lines and the best outlet for the talents here can be found early and followed so that success Increases gradually throughout the lifetime. ''The Stars Impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life Is largely up to YOUI Distributed by McNaught Syndicate, Inc. Duchess of \Wndsor Pattern i ^^ ' -™ — p/as Checks and Balances PINK-YELLOW-BLUE BONE-WHITE LIGHTIN BLACK PATENT-BLACK OREEN-GREY-MULTI COLORS-RED—TAN. LEATHERS, FABRICS AND COMBINATIONS 1U1VT11M STEP CORUlAb HICK O'NEILL MR. E ASTON MR. CHIC GEPPETTO AND OTHERS ..... ,-, .„ Alligator Calf SAVE 15% to 50% MORE CASUAL ARRIVALS! Regular $7.00 - $14.00 HO,LI t, H '' Se lamous '"iiH-s: SknuU'r, California fobblor. Krecielle Bwkley Brogues. SiMn. Pam,.te, C'a.uoni. Bernardo and Dags. SAVE Burlap Tennis Shoes — Thwigs and Backless Wedges Leather Slides — Regular and Pixie Flats — Straps Sandals — iMany Colors and Styles* $385 to $785 a 717 Ryan | Tile Duchess of Windsor lias designed this most unusually cut two 'piece summer suit. It takes a bpautiful shape when worn. The front and back yoke is cut tn one. There are no shoulder seams, which makes the stra ght back yoke fall into a lovely bias in front. To contrast the straight yoke bad);, the center back piece is cut on the bias, as are the side inserts. Since the yoke in front is on the bias, the center front bodjce is cut on the straight of the fabric, darted and shaped to give a lovely line. Tlie straight skirt is soflly shirred into the 3" waist band. Thei panels, which carefully follow the lines of the jacket, conceal 2 pockets in front and the Home Rifes Unite Pair In Ragley MOSS BLUFF (Spl.) - Mary Anp Hooper became the bride of Larry Wayne Jackson at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the home of Mr. anjl Mrs. Percy Hodges of Ragley. Mrs. Hodges is the sister of the groom. Il'arents of the newlyweds are j Mi!, and Mrs. Monroe Hooper aiu|I Mr. and Mrs. William A. Japkson, all of Moss Bluff. Tana Hodges and George Japkson, brother of the groom, were the couple's attendants. The Rev. L. L. Cooley, pastor of the Longville Pentecostal Church, officiated at the rites which were witnessed by mem- ; hers of the families and close j friends. For her wedding, the bride wqre a light blue dress with white accessories. ijvliss Hodges and Scotty Cooley presided at the refreshment ta})le during a reception follow* tag the ceremony. The couple left for a trip to G^ilveston, Tex. They have re- tuifned to make their home on Louisiana Avenue in Lake Charles. The groom is a 1963 graduate of Sam Houston High School ar).d is employed by Chandler Testing Laboratory. The bride amended the same high school. zipper on the left side back.. The jacket and skirt are both fully lined. Choose from the great variety of summer fabrics and make this beautifully balanced design of bias and straight cut, and you'll be the talk of the town. To select your correct size, use Spadea's exclusive ready - to- wear size chart. WED., JUNE 10, 1964, Lob Charles America 15 Mere LeDoux and C. L, Coo/ey Wed in Pentecostal Church MOSS BLUFF (Spl.) - At a ceremony in the Tbss Bluff Pentecostal Church, Mae LeDoux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman LeDoux, and Charles L, Cooley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cooley, were united in marriage Thursday, May 28. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Lowell LeDoux of Independence, uncle of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a bridal gown of white satin, accented at the sweetheart neckline with iridescent sequins. Her honor attendant was Mrs. Robert Theriot of West Lake. Sharon Livingston of M,n s s Bluff was bridesmaid, and Deborah Cooley of West Lake, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. James Ray Naqtiin of Moss Bluff, cousin of the bride, served as ringbearer. Candlelighters were Kenneth Augustein and Grady Cooley, a brother of the groom. Best man was Archie Duplechain of Basile. A reception followed the ceremony in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Glass of Moss Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Cooley, spring graduates of Sarr High School, left ed trip to North Houston n an extend- kota. BPWC Board Plans Agenda In DeRklder DERIDDER (S DeRidder Busines sional Women's Cl recently at the Be. ish Library. .) - The and Profes- b board met uregard Par- Mrs. Jessie Mcfaniel cd. Plans were the club year's prcsid- Jiscussed for agenda. Special focus \vjas placed on the plans for the! programs to be used through but the year. The national theme, "Responsibility of Full Parhership," and the State theme ol "Be Responsible — You Determine Tomorrow" will be accented in various committee programs. To climax the inal planning of the y e a r's programs, a workshop will be held on June 23. The major committees of personal development, civic participation, world affairs, legislation, finance, membership and public relations ;nd entertainment committees are responsible for planning (he affair. SIZE BUST 10 34 12 .15 14 36% WAIST 24 25 26 Vi HIPS 35 36 Ifi 3R 28 39 18 40 30 -II Size 12 requires 2% yds. of 54" fabric for suit. To order Duchess of Windsor Pattern No, 50, state size and send $2.00. Pattern Books Nos. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and revised Duchess of Windsor are available for 50 cents each, OR any 3 for $1.25 OR all 7 for $3.00. Add 10 cents postage for each book. Address Spadea Patterns, Box 535, G.P.O. 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