Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lake and childen are making their new home at 407 Woodruff St. Pictured here also are their children, Winter Lane, sitting on her father's lap, and Sara Ida, on her mother's lap. Mrs. Lake is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Plauche Jr. and Dr. Lake is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Lake Sr. The Charles C. Hightower family has returned to Lake Charles to make their home at 2107 23rd St. Pictured from left to right of Mr. Hightower arc sons Gary and John and Mrs Hightower. The family pet "Duke" is also pictured. The Highfowcrs have been residing in North I arryfown, Now York. Mr. Hightower is with Olin Mnrhicson Company. Gary and John will enter LSU in September when Gary will be a freshman ond John a junior. New Residents And Visitors SECTION TWO Lake Charles American Press Sunday, July 12, 1964 Capt. David F. Tyler rejoined his family here in May after spending a year with the U.S. Army in Ben Hoa, Viet Nam. The Tylers, photographed in their new residence at 721 Jefferson, include David Jr., 10; Capt. Tyler, Mrs. Tyler, Vicki, 9; and Brian, 3. Capt. Tyler is now assigned to the Reserve Officers Training Corps at McNeese State College as a military science instruc- tor. Both Capt. and Mrs. Tyler are natives of Mansfield and during the past year Mrs. Tyler and the children made their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rascoe Hamilton of Mansfield. Prior to his duty in Viet Nam, Capt. Tyler was stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tyler of Fort Wayne, Ind , formerly of Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Slaughter are pictured in the garden of Bill Rose's home, 2001 21st St. The popular couple was stationed here six years ago and went from here to Torrejon Air Force Base, Madrid, Spain. They are now at Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base, Oklahoma. They were house guests of Mr, Rose during their visit and were shown many courtesies by their old friends.
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