Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 14, 1964 · Page 22
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SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1964, Lofcc Chorles American Press HD CLUB NEWS UEQUINCY DEQUINCY (Spl.) - The De- Jiiincy HD Club will celebrate is 10th anniversary June 10, :30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. V. D. McCauley Jr.. the only :hartcr member who is still ac- jvo in the club. • Oil June 13, 194f>. the club was organized with 19 charter mem- ibers. Mrs. Clotildc Titcn, parish HD agent, assisted in Ihe organ- jizafion in the home of Mrs. G. ; L. Moye. Mrs. Ruth Hernandez, advisor of the council, will be guest speaker at, Ihe nice! ing Wednesday. She will give a demonstra- h«n <in '!!•>''!<' I'raparenncs.i nnd Medicnl Self Help." Mrs. I! <:. MiMicl! will serve as co-hostess wilh Mrs. McCau- Volcanoes and earthquakes arc the forces which continually change geography. They can create mountains, divert rivers, form lakes, sink isUinds or bring them inlo bcin^—and level cities. Harrison Newlyweds Take Mexico Trip 4^ft* c '" • f f * A viv. f . , ?.»*.* V \ / \ SINGER Summer Clearance lave SLANT-0-MATIC* Special Desk Model • Sono new — some demonstrators— some floor models — some sewing room machines • Zig-rags for darning, mending, enifaroidenng, wi'thout special attachments • DccorntlvG stitchino with FAS>','0\" Disct • Slant rcedle • Bui!'- n threading chart and eye 'Ovei stitch chart R«oV:'.;;nt on o!h»r consolt modc.'i - v to $301 ~r*s Great buys in Trade-in Machines, too! Machines we've taken In POPTARI P^ FROM $10 flft trade pul in top-notch ^UKIAOLtO FROM $19.1)0 S" f MK £°NS° L JS FROM moa ""*•<" ZIG-ZAG MODELS SINGER SEWING CENTERS •• ''lltr.t-t o' JHt SINGER COMMW - I ''{fr^' l,»!U </> f JlJJI ictH unWrSl""" »—"••••- •' *• 720 Ryan Street Phone 436-6689 Souihgate Shopping Center HE 3-0966 i Following an exchange of ; vows on Sunday, June 7, in the Simpson Methodist Church, Mr. i and Mrs. William Albert Harrison departed for a wedding trip to Old Mexico. The couple will r be at home in Houston, Tex., where (ho groom attends University of Houston Law School, The bride is the former Peggy iiittiiiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiimuiiit iTARS ABOVE US By CARROLL RIGHTER Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllliilll FOR MONDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES: A day and evening when many little tiresome ond tircury chores need 1o be finished and completed, ond you will bo Irked by such because you wont to get off to prccner pastures and more appealing pursuits. Nevertheless, It you go off to these attractions beforo finishing pending jobs, you lose the support ot many. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) With all ihere Is to do about you, It Is wise lo keep busy and not waste a moment. Efficiency sees you accomplishing much. Then you have free hours for greater planning and ease. , TAURUS (April 70 to May 20) Have | you thought ol going lo that specialist i and gelling appearance Improved prop-1 erly so Ihot you maka the best Impres- i sion possible? Then be oil lo right ploc- j es. Don't be extravagant. GEMINI (May 21 lo June 21) Reach-! Ing greater harmony ot home Is very Important, even If It means boring work or spending some money. Avoid being ( frivolous In any way. This could taKe away from your present security. | MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July, 21) By driving carefully and biting ott any unkind words that want to come I lo the surface, you moke this a happy day. Make sure you go over any r»* ports, etc., carefully. Keep busy. LEO (July 22 to August 21) White you want to Invest quite heavily at this i time, II Is bcsl you t«nd to small matters meticulously first. Retain present security. Make any alterations to real estate wisely. VIRGO (August 71 to September 22) There Is nothing wrong with wanting to do things perfectly, but not at the expense of others. Lobor quietly and don't pick on olhcrs. Gentility Is Ihe keynote LIBRA (September 23 1o October 22) Small duties may seem Irksome, but pcrscverancs clears them up quickly ond satisfactorily. Be kind to cms who 1$ III and needs cheering up. Show generosity. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Bo more Ihouqhllul of one you admire who Is In trouble ot this time. Avoid go- inn oil to social allairs lonight. They I can be very boring or get you Inlo trouble i SAGITTARIUS (November 22 lo DC- i cember 21) Any public labors that need your attention should be handled quickly so that you get approbation of higher- , ups. Civic duties can be moil helpful,; especially business. CAPRICORN (December 22 to Janu- i ary 20) Studying well the mlnullae of ' any new plans you have In mind Is Im-1 porlant rlqht now. A newcomer can bo a very sfaunch backer. Success comes ecrrly if you are thorough. AQUARIUS (January 2t to February I 19) Exactitude is very imporlanl In ail dealings with olhcrs now. This Includes both business ond personal allairs. Once : your bills ore paid, male will bo very happy in p.m. PISCES (February 20 lo March 201 Impress partners with your ability to keep promises made, even If it means j socrlllclno some special pleasure, work. Be conscientious. Then you cement bonds ; IF V VOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY: ' the perfectionist Is definitely here in this chart and the humanitarian who always wants to assist others, although possibly bemoaning own late. Designing, en-: oiivc- ring, or proctlccjlly fine for your progeny, or any other prolession deal- i Inq with exact detoil. Teach early not ' to pick on others and always to follow ( fnc efhicnt way of life. ; "The Stars impel, they do not compel What you make of your life IS largely up to YOU! iCarroii Rinhter's Individual Forecast for your sign for July It now ready. , For your copy send your blrthdato and i si lo Carroll Rlghter Forecast (Laks Charles American Press), Box 1921, Hollywood 28. Calif. 1 Distributed by McNaught Syndicate, fnc Naomi Collings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Collings of this city. To be given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a demi-fitted gown of silk organza and lace encrusted with simulated pearls. The detachable Watteau train also featured the jeweled lace applique. Her headdress was a mantilla of re-embroidered Chantilly lace. The bride attended Louisiana State University and the Uni- versity of Hawaii, and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts deg ree from th e University of S? u if°"- ^f. social sororit y was ' The groom, son of Mr. and i Mrs - Harr y Harrison of Hous- j ton > attended University of Tex- I as and received his BS degree in Political science from Univer- ! sil y of Houston, where he was ! a mcm ber of Sigma Chi fraternity. The Rev. Cleburne Quaid of- ficiated at the double ring nup- in two-piece dresses of pale yel- ' low silk linen complemented by matching horsehair garden hats and bouquets of yellow ros- tiais solemnized at 3:30 p.m Musicians for the ceremony were Mrs. Robert H. Wilson, or- . , and Jack Nelson, solo- ganlst, ist. Mrs. George Sockrider of this city was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Donna Del linger of Conroe, Tex., and Mrs. Robert city. W. Collings of es. Thomas Harrison of Houston served as best man for his brother. 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