Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 8, 1964 · Page 3
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OBITUARIES EMMANUEL BALLARD Funeral services will be held here at 9 a.m. Thursday for Emmanuel Ballard, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ballard of 718 N. Adams St., who died Sunday in a children's home in Bangs, Tex. Rites will be held from Immaculate Heart, of Mary Catholic Church with the Rev. H. F. Schuster officiating. Burial will he in Sacred Heart Cemetery under direction of Combre Funeral Home. Besides the parents, the child is survived by one brother, Robert, Charles Ballard; two sisters, Mary Rebecca and Easter Mae Ballard, and grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Dumma Tate, ail of Lake Charles. » * * WALTER CASEY Funeral services were held here at, 2:30 p.m. today for Walter Casey, 54, of 922 Railroad Ave. who died Sunday in a Houston, Tex., hospital. Rites were held from Combre Funeral Home chapel wi!h the Rev. Willie Mays officiating Burial was in Combre Memorial Park Cemetery, He is survived by his father, John Casey of Lake Charles. '" * *. C. CONSTANCE Columbus Constance, 57, of Heard Road, died at I a.m. to- aay in a local hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Hixson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Big Woods Cemetery at Edgerly. Survivors are four sons, Columbus Constance Jr. of Buras, Gedrle Constance of Dallas, Tex., Donald Constance of Beaumont, Tex., and Cyrus Constance of Sulphur; three daughters, Mrs. James Owens of Arkansas, Mrs. Bud Bourn of Michigan and Mrs. Benny Hooper of Mississippi; one brother, Dennis Constance of Lake Charles, and one sister. * * * MRS. EDGAR ELLENDER Funeral services for Mrs. El- j sie Bradley Ellender, 51, of 2500 j Griffin St., Lake Charles, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Hixson Funeral Home chapel in DeRidder. Dr. J. Miller Forcade will officiate. Burial will be in Beauregard Cemetery. Mrs. Ellender died Monday in a Houston, Tex., hospital. She was a native of DeRidder, and had resided in Lake Charles for the pa.?t 20 years. Survivors are her husband, Edgar L. EUender Sr.; one daughter, Mrs. Dalton Jeans of DeRidder; her mother, Mrs. James E. Bradley of DeRidder; two step-sons, Edgar L. Ellender Jr., stationed with the Navy in Cuba, and Thomas Ellender of Lake Charles. Also, one sister, Mrs. L. C. Hudry of Roswel!, N.M.; four brothers, Clifford Bradley of De- Ridder, Kenneth Bradley of Jackson, Ohio, Leslie Bradley of Vienna, Md., and Ernest Bradley of Groves, Tex., and one grandchild. * * a FOUNTAIN INFANT MERRYVILLE (Spl.) - Johnathan Ellis Fountain, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jack Fountain of Merryville, died at 5 p.m. Tuesday in a Newton County, Tex., hospital. Funeral services were to be [ held at 2 p.m. today in Henson' Cemetery at Knight. Officiating j at the graveside rites will be the Rev. M. K. James, Leesville Pentecostal minister. Burial will be under direction of Griner Funeral Home of Newton. Besides the parents, the child is survived by grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Vonnie Fountain and Mrs. Willie Mae Thompson, all of Merryville. * • * CHARLES P. GRATTON Funeral services for Charles Placid Gratton, 59, of 1709 Eighth Ave., will be held at, 4 p.m. today in the Hixson Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. T. V. Owens, pastor of Boulevard Baptist Church, and the Rev. James Stovall pastor of University Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. Mr. Gratton, a painter, died Tuesday afternoon in a local hospital. He was a native of Manchester. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Enola Gratton; one son, Charles Gratton of Lake Charles; three daughters, Mrs. F. H. Bush and Mrs. Dolly Comeaux, both of Lake Charles, and Mrs. Nvra Pruitt of Fort Worth, Tex., 'his mother, Mrs. Louise Gratton of Lake Charles, and eight grandchildren. » * « MRS. SEWARD PHILLIPS LAFAYETTE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Seward Phillips Sr., 79, sister of Mrs. Louis Vail of Lake Charles, will be held at 3 p.m. today in the First Methodist Church here. The Rev. R. R, Branton, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Lafayette. Protestant Cemetery with the Martin and Castille Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Phillips died Tuesday morning at her residence. Additional survivors are three sons, Ashton Phillips of N e w Orleans and Moody E. and Seward Phillips Jr., both of Lafayette; two daughters, Mrs. J. R. Smith of Parson, Kan., and Mrs. C. W. Hoffpauir of Lafayette; one brother, Charles Faulk of Houston, Tex.; two sisters, Loretta Faulk and Mrs. " I Carrie Hoffpauir both of Crowley; 23 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. I * » » MRS.TELLISMA ORTEGO KINDER (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth L. Ortego, 70, of Kinder, will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday in St. Philip Neri Catholic Church. Mrs. Oretego died at 1:35 p.m. Tuesday in a local hospital. Officiating at the services will be the Rev. A. J. Robichaud, pastor. I Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery near Elton under direction of Ardoin Funeral Home of Kinder. A Rosary will be said at 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. She is survived by her husband, Tellism? Ortego of Oakdale; three sons, Absie Ortego of Sulphur, Norris Ortego of Elton and Farris Ortego of Kinder; two daughters, Mrs. Stella Lovejoy of Kinder, and Mrs. Nola Miles of Port Arthur, Tex.; two brothers, Leon and John LaFletir, both of Kinder; two sisters, Mrs. Evanna Newton of Lake Charles and Mrs. Edith Ure of Alameda, Calif.; 16 grandchildren; and 12 great- grandchildren. w * * L. G. WATKINS CAMERON (Spl.) - Memorial services for L. G. Walking, 36, of Cameron, missing and presumed dead in the June 30 explosion of an offshore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, will be held at. 'L p.m. Thursday in the First Baptist Church of Cameron. A native of Hughes Springs, Tex., Mr. Watkins had lived in Cameron 12 years. Survivors include his wife, the former Marie Picou of Cameron; three daughters, Tonia Patrice, Andrea Michelle and Racheal Denise Watkins, all of Cameron; his father, Mack Watkins of Hughes Springs, Tex.; and five sisters, Mrs. Murray Gibson and Mrs. J. D. Ellison, both of Hughes Springs, Mrs. Odom Sikes of Colorado, Mrs. Sidney Thompson of Sulphur Springs. Tex., and Mrs. C. L. Biddy of Tyler. Tex. » * * MRS. L. WASHBURN Funeral services for Mrs. Lucille Jones Washburn, 60, of 516 Louisiana St., will be at. 2 p.m. Thursday in the Hixson Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Ernest Walker will officiate. Place of burial will be announced. Mrs. Washburn, a native of Crowlpy, died Tuesday at. her residence. Survivors are two brothers, Collins Jones of Alexandria, and William M. Jones of Houston, Tex. WED., JULY 8, 1964, loke Charles Americon Press LOCAL j Uderle District WEATHER Sales Official Gets Promotion LAKf CHARLES AREA WEATHER Temperotor* lodoy (» a.m.) .......... 84 Minimum today <s o.m.i ............. 75 Maximum y»»t«rdoy (4 p.m.) ........ « Relative Humidity (» e.m ) ........... n Ralntelt faday ..................... None Rainfall yMtertay .................. Nun* Sumtst today ................... 7. IT p.m. Sunrus tomorrow ............. s:l» o.m. S»a level prejjw* (> o.m) ......... M.OJ Tides today: Uw ».$! p.m., -1.1. Tomorrow: Hiah 3:15 o.m., 1.1; Low I .«; Hl .. . Hl«h tl:« a.m., 1.8,- taw; »..« a.m., . 9:41 p.m., -1.1. The Glass Container facturers Institute has estimat-i ed that the average milk bottle i makes 33 trips from dairy to I home and back again. Return- ! able, beer bottles make. 28 trips I 'and soft, drink bottles 25. I The district sales representative here for Lederle Laboratories has been promoted to district, sales manager of the Chicago, 111., area, according to a company announcement John Coleman of 309 Crestwood Drive has been a salesman in the Lake Charles territory since 1957. He will assume his new position in Chicago immediately. Lederle Laboratories is a division of the American Cynamid . Co. Rwanda has no known miner- ''• al resources, no railroad and less than a mile of paved road. ! Oakrlale was originally named Bay. The name w a 3 changed to Dunnville in 1B86 and fimillv to Onkdale in 1890. English Bishop Studies Nigerians LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - The Right. Rev. George Andrew Beck. Roman Catholic bishop of! Salford, Lancashire, England, is! visiting Nigeria to study the i educational system and advise! his church on school problems.! A member of the teaching order of Augustinicins, the bishop is chairman of the. Catholic Education Council in Britain. F.N.1OY MULLER'S THURSDAY NIGMT FAMILY BUFFET IN THE AZALEA ROOM — S P.M. TO 8 P.M. M-IHIMP COCK T AM CAVILED t?C.O'< TICKLED VEGETABtFS CHOICE OF- ONE ENTRST. RUMP ROAST OK BtTF BAKED MAM BAKFPl TOM TURKEY — CRANBERRY SAUCE, CHOICE OP VCOETftBlCS. .SALAD.S, DEfSSEPT.S ' ICE TEA, OR COFFEE: ROLLS — CORK BREAD 1.50 75c ADULT CHILD UNDER 10 SECOND Fl.npR STORE HOURS THURSDAY 9 A -M. TIL 9 P.M. SPECIAL SAVINGS SUMMER HANDBAGS REGULAR 3.98 1.99 A remarkable savings to you. Patent, simulated call, and summer straws. Fashionable fabrics, classic designs to choose from. Just the thing to enhance your summer wardrobe. HANDBAGS . STREET FLOOR FULL FrSHIONED FIFST CUALITY 401 NYLONS SPECIAL 50 pr. iu)\ Comf in today and si oik up on t'rn; spe-cul offer. Sues 8Va to 11 Beige and Taupe. F.C YOUR GIGANTIC LUGGAGE SALE famous manufacturers' entire surplus stock at a fraction of its actual cost • REG. 16.35 TRAIN CASE • REG. 24.95 24" PULLMAN • REG. 31.95 MEN'S 2-SUITER » TtEG. 21.95 LADIES CAB-BAG • REG. 16.95 O'.VITE CASE • REG. 32.05 L'6" LADIES' PULLMAN • REG. 21.95 MEN'S COMPANION • FtEG. 19 9ft MEN'S CAH BAG LUGGAGE — SECOND FLOOR • MEN'S OR WOMEN'S STYLES • MOLDED LUGGAGE WITH WITH VINYL COVERING • RUGGED LOCKS AND HINGES • CAR BAGS IN HEAVY VINYL TREMENDOUS SELECTION LADIES' FAMOUS BRAND FASHION FOOTWEAR REGULAR 1095 TO 21.95 DRESS AND CASUAL STYLES $ o$ 12 • MADEMOISELLE • RED CROSS • FOOT FLAIRS • ARPEGGIOS • COBBIES • DESCO REVELATIONS LADIES' ITALIAN CASUALS Reg. to 3.95 FLATS 4- CASUALS Rpg to 8 95 . ! AUIES 1 SLIPPERS K"~ to 695 i A DIES' 4-B SAMPLES K'-g to 2! 93 KAMOrS BRAND CHILDREN S SHOES P<:2 to 8 99 MEN'S SHOES Reg. to 16 95 » HIGH — MEDIUM — LOW HEELS • WHITE — BONE BLACK — TWO TONES • ASSORTED SIZES 3.00 & 4.00 2.00 to 4.00 2.00 6.90 3.00 & 5.00 9.90 & 10.90 i^t-Ei — itfEET KOO« CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S FAMOUS BRAND SHOES 03V 3 AND 5 Famous Busier Bio^n and Stepjnaaier to choose fiora. Colored patent and White. Cosue in today while tfa« idle is on. Sues V-,t to 3. C«>LDREN i SH065 • STREET FLOOR

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