Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 5, 1964 · Page 7
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 7

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, July 5, 1964
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installation Program Set By DeMolays Carroll Dailey will be installed as Master Councilor of the Charles F. Buck Chapter, Order of DeMolay, at, a public installation to be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Masonic Temple. Other officers will include Kenneth McCoIium, senior councilor; Craig Carpenter, junior councilor; John Willey, senior deacon; Lloyd McGuire, junior deacon; Mike Cline, senior steward; David Talton, junior steward; Gary Arnaud, marshal and C. L. Shaddock Jr., chaplain. Also, Gary Rock, standard bearer; Ronald Howard, Charles Gray, Spencer Cole, Robert Edwards, John L. Cox, Mitchell Young and Mike Tucker, preceptors; Bobby McDonald, sentinel, and Tommy Talton, scribe. All parents and friends of De- Molays are invited to attend the ceremonies. Refreshments will be served by the Mothers club under the direction of Mrs. A. B. Honeycutt. The Charles F. Buck chapter will sponsor a semi - formal dance July 11 from 8-12 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. A Rainbow girl will be chosen as chapter sweetheart at the dance, Dailey said. DUK/NG ' *~ •«* •*-„ - JUNE Navy Names Area Enlistees CARROLL DAILEY Master Councilor KENNETH McCOLLUM Senior Councilor CRAIG CARPENTER Junior Councilor Twenty - frv area men enli enlisted in the month of Jun< Senior Chief £ Trahan, local ! Enlistees, ag next of kin in Lake Charles bott. 19, son Leon R. Talb r Lake Charles ted and one re- Navy during the , according to gnalman, J. B. tavy recruiter. and address of hide: Charles E. Talf Mr. and Mrs. tt. Sr., Route 5, -47 LONGVILLE 'Meet-Eat-Talk' Gathering Held <> Box 134; John D. Campbell, 20, son of Mr. arjd Mrs. John \V. Campbell 130 is. FrankHr, St.; Herman J. Jesscn Jr., 20, son of Herman J.| Jessen Sr., 3416 Creole St., and Theral Colder, 17, son of Ttinrman Golden, 531 Enterprise Blvd. Also Phillip J. Romero, IB. son of Filmore Romero, 3718 Texas St.; Harold P. Manuel, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Manuel, 3923 Thornton St.; Fred P. Fontenot, 17, son of Darlck Fontenot Jr., Route 2, Box 254, and Mrs. Bessie Fontenot, 103 W. LaGrange St. Others are Henry L. Holloway, 23, son of Mrs. Elvira Holloway and husband of Shir- Icy Hollins Holloway, 2608 Son- nicr St., and Edwa'rd L. Que- SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1964, Lake Charles Amer.con Press J hodeaux, 17, son of Mr*. Bern- ; Tiii>te, 40(5 Hickory St.: John ice Foreman, 526 N. Grace St. M. Farmer, 18, son of Mr. and Sulphur; Kenneth J. Ivy, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Ivy, 1215 Brook St., and Don R. Guidry, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Treville J. Guidry, 416 Leland St. Mr . MrS> nf AT,,,, Tr P DeRidder: Robert A. Tardiff, 20, son of Mrs. Ona P. Sprinkle. Route 3, Box 144-A; Dennis A. 17 ' S0 " ° f ton; Orville W. Peschel Jr., 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville W. Peschel Sr., General Delivery. Elton; Clayton J. LaFleur, 17. and Clifford A. LaFleur, 17. twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Paul LaFleur, Route 1, Box 91, Ober- Oakdale: John C. Perkins, 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Perkins, 310 N. Seventh St.; Stephen A. Bourgeois, 17, g r a n d son of Mrs. Rowena . and David A. Thurber, 19, eon !of Mr and Mrg 0-..,. , ; Koute 2) •««> m " : Also, James R, Powell, 17, ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. : Powell, P. 0. Box 47, Merr>- vtlle, and Harvey A. Daigle, 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. ; ™ glc ' Route l ' Box 2l7 ' Ba ' i 1 Euelice H. Logtie. husband of Mrs. Dorothy T. Logue, Routo 2. Box 35-A, Creole, re-enlisted. Former Bondsmen Terms Suspended BATON ROUGE (AP) -Dist. Judge Fred Blanche Jr. gave eight-year suspended sentences to three former bail bondsmen growing out of numerous indictments in a grand jury investigation of traffic ticket fixing. The three were James Brewer. William Cambre and Vernon Raborn, all placed on unsupervised probation. DERIDDER (Spl.) - Citizens ! of DeRidder and Longville were entertained recently at Fletchers Camp, Longville, at the annual "Meet-Eat-Talk" meeting sponsored jointly by the DeRid- | cler Chamber of Commerce and j the Broadland Home Demon- i stration club of Longville. i William W.. Prior, vice president of Trunkline Gas Co. of i Houston, Tex., was guest speak' er. I He told of his company's j place in the community by stating (hat the 42 loca employes of (he Longville station meant a payroll of approximately a quarter of a million dollar per year to Beauregard Parish. He also said that his company was the largest tax payer in the parish, and that his company purchased a large portion of their gas in Beauregard Parish and the local area. Other guests from the Hous- ton office of Trunkline were Truell Kennedy, Phil King, and Britt Dawson. From the Longville station were Superintendent John W. Maddox and W. C. Hodge, superintendent of the pipe line. D. T. 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