Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 17, 1964 · Page 39
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 39

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, June 17, 1964
Page 39
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14 WED - JUNE 17 ' 196 '* v Loke Charles American Press 'Rodeo Capital' Ready for Event St'UMIt : H 'S" 1 > - Sulphur "Rndco ("anitni "( wiitisinn.'i," Is gelling ready (or its annual high school rodeo celebration and a nunilifT of adflitional activities have been planned this year. Tbr Louisiana High S c h o o I Climipi'ins'-'i!) KiH'en will be pclH IKTO July IS-18 in the V'u tnr' Rirmers of America rodeo arena located HI 'bo vocalionni agi'iculhire I arm adjacent to Sulphur High School. Rodeo Week will get underway on Monday night, July 13. wilb a new feature — a western street dance on Huntington Street. 8-11 p.m. The Mines Bar. a replica of the (ild'ime Snloimr bar. which vva? ripenH ter Sr.'phur's 50th snniversnrv < Hcliration, will be :>pcn li.r Inisnr^ again during Rodeo \Veck. did drinks and snacks will be available. Trail riders will gather in lie Quincy nn Tuesday evening. July 14, at. the Lions club rodeo : arena for an all-night "hobo box! supper." Led by Trail Ross Curt Madclox of Radio Station KfKS. the second annual trail ride from DcQuincy to Sulphur will start Wednesday morning. Ju'y IS. and the riders will take part in the big rodeo parade at 6 p.m. that day. Another trail ride is being organized from Vinton lo .Sulphur i and plans are to have the two I groups meet at "Lost Lake" for a picnic lunch. Louis Guillory and M. S. (Bud) Johnson are in charge of the Vinton trail ride. Special attractions during the rodeo performances, in addition to the young contoslanl.s, will include an exhibition of match roping between professional cowboys T. B. Porter of Leesville and Tom Nesmith of Sulphur, 1962 world champion cowboy, and appearances by "Cowboy John" and "Black Bart," ! television personalities from Port Arthur, Tex. Rodeo contestants and their parents will be guest of city officials at an informal picnic lunch at City Hall one day during the rodeo and other entertainment is being planned. Over 100 teenage cowboys and rnwgirls from throughout t h c state are expected to participate in the 15(h annual state championship rodeo. Prizes valued at some $2,000 will be awarded after the. final performance on July IB. The rodeo is sponsored by the Sulphur FFA chapter. University To Standardize To Four Quarters COLUMBUS. Ohio (API Starting in fall 1305, Ohio Slate, University will standardize the long!h f>f all Imtr quarters of annual instruction at T)0 class days and 5 examination days. At present, quarters -ary in length by as much as five days. Officials say this will enable the university to step up its leaching schedule in certain critical areas. MACAKONI FATTENING? PHOOEY Wlicn you count, calorics, count only 10} for each 4-of. cooked serving of Skinner Macaroni. Rut count also 50 r r of the Jaily luiult requirement of tlii.i- mine, 25T*» riboflavin, 32..1% necessary iron, and 409<i> daily niacin. need ... plus protein. 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