Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 12, 1964 · Page 30
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 30

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, July 12, 1964
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22 SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1964, Loke Charles American Press X ' —— n MRS. GEORGE DANIEL BAILEY Shrine Auxiliary Card Party Set Miss Adams Bride Of G. Bailey DERTDDER (Spl.) - The As- i sembly of God Church at Rose-1 pine was the scene of the wed-! ding of Dorothy Adams and ; George Daniel Bailey on July 4. at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. C. S. Gill was the officiating minister. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Bailey of DeRidder. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length gown of white peau de sole with a bateau neckline enhanced by an Alencon lace jacket. Her bouquet was white carnations. Charlene Adams attended her sister as maid of honor and wore a full length gown of pastel yellow peau de soie. Jim Blalock served the groom as best man. A reception was held at the! church following the wedding. Assisting in the serving were' Mrs. Clint Lee Foshee, Mrs. f Marshall Kirkman and Mrs. | Joey Jackson. Denita Veulman j registered the guests. After a wedding trip to points " "inT8877captaiirjabee« Wal> in Alabama and Kentuckv the ' i • » T -,, , •, j young couple will be at home kins> a New York land specu ' in Fort Campbell, Ky where lat ° r ' established the news P a ' the groom is stationed with the' pcr ' " The Am erican" in New ' iYork City for the purpose of All-American Pleat Scene Pleats, pleats, and more pleats — free swinging, perky, and right in the spotlight of fashion news. Here they are delightfully combined with that ageless favorite, the shirtwaist dress. The young designer, Alan Graham, (the American In Paris) designs marvelous clothes that have the Parisian touch with the American sports look for active people. The perky pleated collar is set away from the neck. The sleeve is cut in one with the buttoned front bodice, and has a gusset for easy arm fit and movement. The flared pleats (that go in one direction) are set on a skirt yoke, flaring out to give a wonderful swing when in motion. Don't let the pleats scare you — the pattern is carefully marked and it is fairly easy to make. Choose now from the wide variety of summer fabrics and later in the fall choose a lightweight wool. To select your correct size, use Spadea's exclusive ready- to-wear size chart. iSTZE BUST WAIST HIPS i 10 34 24 35 i 12 35 25 36 { 14 36'i 26'2 .T? 1 * I 16 38 28 39 j 18 40 30 41 ' Size 12 requires 4 yds, of 54" fabric for dress. ! To order pattern No. N-1320, 1 I state size, send $1.50. Add 25 i cents for first class mail and ! special handling. | Pattern Books Nos. 21, 22, 23,1 i 24, 25, 26 and revised Duchess i of Windsor are available for j ! 50 cents each, OR any 3 for $1.251 ;OR all? for $3.00. Add 10 cents! : postage for each book, i Address Spadea Patterns, Box I 535, G.P.O., Dept L-ll New I ! York, New York 10001. The Memorial Hall of the Lou-1 isiana State Capitol building is 35 by 120 feet, has a floor of i polished lava from Mount VP-J i suvius, and has a huge bronw •' plaque in the center on which !is outlined in relief a map ofj I Louisiana. fati encouraging settlers to move to the Lake Charles area. The paper later moved to Lake Charles and became "T h e American Press." Vacation for *9* a day? V*»it Dsttl •••• at Galveston Island's fabulous I Oil DBli GALVEZ HOTEL and VILLA! 'per adult, based on two adults to • room, minimum stay of 4 day* •egj^-A -•*• ~—~^-a£;:^,~ r—- TSv - ^ttzffi-rfcsA. ctms -x Tto best family vacation buy In America. Meals Included (Continental breakfast A dinner), children under 12 In same room with parents only $3 per day per child. The Galvez Family Vacation Package is made to order for parents . .. children are overburdened with fun activities so that Mother and Did can relax. At the heart of the Island's 30 mile beach, majestic Galvez Hotel and Villa provides spacious tropical grounds, swimming pool, GALVEZ HOTEL & VILLA • comfortable air conditioned guest rooms with TV and delicious food. Free activities In your Galvu Fun Package 30 mile beach • Swimming pool • Shuffleboard • Croquet • Children's game room • Badminton • Tour Train Ride • Bicycles • Movies • Children's Playground • Table Tennis • Fishing Tackle • Tennis Rackets • Ferry Ride, Also Country Club privileges and baby sitters arranged. Write today for complete detailst GALVESTON ISLAND, TEXAS The Shrine Auxiliary has announced plans for the annual card party benefit for crippled children. The event is calendared lor Wednesday, July 15, at 1:30 p.m., Lake Charles Country Club. Mrs. Horace Wilkerson, chairman, will be assisted by Mmes. Earl Mines, Allan House, James A. Smith. C. F. Evans Jr., Wade Shaddock, Wayne Kemmerly, Harry E. McGlasson and Edward Midlam, in arrangements for the benefit. Members of the auxiliary may invite guests to play bridge and canasta. Reservations are re- quested no later than Tuesday . night. ! The benefit includes a White Elephant sale, and gifts for the : sale may be brought to Mrs. Wilkerson's home. 015 Kirby, or < to the Country Club. i Door prizes and refreshments ! will be part of the afternoon's | entertainment. | Proceeds from the annual; card party arid White Elephant j Sale will go to the Crippled 1 Children's Hospital in Shrcve- port, which is maintained by El Karuba Shrine Temple. The event is the only fundraising project sponsored annually by the local Shrine Auxiliarv. WEEK'S CALENDAR MONDAY, JULY 13 Optimist Club of Lake Charles meets every Monday, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Club meets every Monday, 7-10 p.m.. High School Park Recreation Center. Ceramic Class meets every < Monday, 9-11 a.m., and 1-4 p.m., ; and advance class in stains, i ti.MO-9 p.m.. High School Park' Kecreution Center. j Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae of Lake Charles meets Monday,! Julv 13. 4:30 p.m., with Mrs. l.-.cke Plauche, 1415 Louisiana Ave. i.. C. Lioness Club dinner nu-Hins Monday, July 13, 7:30 Pioneer Club. Pl-.i Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, meets Monday, July i:i. 7:30 p.m., home of Sally Bruce in Moss Bluff. TUESDAY, JULY 14 Anchor Lodge No. 69 (Independent Order Odd Fellows) meets every Tuesday, 7 p.m., 70-1'2 Ryan St. National Office Management Association, Lake Charles Chapter, meets every Tuesday, 13:30 p.m.. Pioneer Club. Fifty Club meets every Tuesday Noon, Sammy's Restaurant., Loyal Order of L a k e Charles Lodge No. 1378, meets every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., 420 Ryan St. SPEBSQSA meets every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Broadmoor Building, Highway 14. Duplicate and contract bridge played every Tuesday, 7-10 p.m.. High School Park Recrea- !i.,!i Center. (To play duplicate bring partner). Both bridge g;j :ni's open to the public. Ceramic classes held every Tiie.-day. 9-1?. N. and 1-4 p.m., Hi-jh School Park Recreation (A : !e| V\K1)NKSIUY, Jl'LY 15 r \ nan ('Kit) meets e v e r > \\L .In. ii;iy. VI N , Lake-view 1. C. High Noon Lions Club ji'.eei.s e 1 .en Wednesday, 12:0o Jj in . Pioneer Club. ABV.'A City of Lake Chapter meets July 13, 7:30 p.m., at the Pizza House. Dan Wise, guest speaker. THURSDAY, JULY 16 Kiwania Club meets every Thursday, 12:05 p.m. Adult ballroom dancing class held every Thursday. 7-10 pm.. lliiili School Park Recreation Center. Frank Blackburn, in- ttructor. Circles of the Woman's Society of Chri.-.tian Service of First Methodist Church will meet Thursday, July 16, s& £ol- Jon, 311 Shell Beach; Patricia Dillon-Mrs. R. E. Heidt, 1023 12th St.; Blanche Garrison— i Mrs. Woody Watson, 1921 2nd I St.: j Ella Greve — Mrs. David ; Hunter, 1112 2nd St. Scmeramis Kutz—Mrs. Howard Neely, 1103 Timberlawn; Opal Meir — Mrs. , Joe T. Miller. 300 Jefferson; • Margery Miller — Mrs. S. S.: Holland, 1011 10th St. ; 2:30 P.M. — Sarah Dawsey—i Mrs. C. B. Hanna, 2120 18th St.; Lois Finke — Mrs. J. B. McIver, 902 Pujo St.; Leora Shanks —Mrs. Carl Greenk-af, 3905 Center St. 7.30 P.M. - Helen Wilson- Mrs. John Paul Jones, 312 East I Claude St., Wylma Reynolds, co! hostess. j FRIDAY, JULY 17 ! Optimist Club meets every Friday noon, Lakeview Restaurant. | Platter party every Friday, ! 5-7 p.m., High School Park Reci reation Center. Group games, j square dancing, folk dancing. This club is open for boys and girls from 6-9 years of age. Pre-Teen Club meets every Friday, 7-10 p.m., High School Park Recreation Center, for 1012 age group. Square dancing and ballroom dancing taught. | Ceramics classes taught every j Friday, 9-12 N, and 1-4 p.m., ] High School Park Recreation i Center. SATURDAY. JULY 18 • Social room open every Sat- I urday, 9-12 N, for boys and girls to play games, High ' School Park Recreation Center, j Teen-Time Club meets every : Saturday, 7-10 p.m., for teen' agers only, High School Park Recreation Center. Square dancing and ballroom dancing. a in. — Mamie Baird C W. Stokes, 1311 llth The Una parlor: Mary (>. Cum, 255 " :-;0 - Mis. St Virginia Chapman '' chuu i Hail:. Mi>. 11 Iva Conner — Mrs. Cecil Co- Problem of The Missing Button Solved by Fall Buttons plaque you? Lose one and then fail to find any to match the novelty numbers on your coat'.' It's too late to solve the matter tor this year's coat, but next fall's fly front models can be counted on to take care ot that matter. The ih iron 1 ., as y t .u surely must know, is a flap that covers tlic closures, be these zippers or buttons. The primary purpose on ladies' coats is to define more clearly the jikinnv princess shape of the ironl. But it also gives a girl a chance to sew a mis-matched button, if she has to Tiie tn»t nee mill was :/ ;iit in Lake ('Juries thi'nu^ii the eliort.v oi Dr. S A Knapp. an immigrant irom Ames, lovsa. "WE KEEP FOOD COSTS DOWN" GEORGE THERIOTS YOUR HOME OWNED AND OPERATED STORES LOCATED IN LAKE CHARLES, IOWA AND DEQUINCY ICE CREAM '/•z GAL. JERSEY GOLD 49 MELLORINE 39 BREMNER JUMBO PIES °o, 39c SPECIALS MONDAY—TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY — RIOHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT HOLLYWOOD CANDY 6-Bar .Pack DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46-OZ, 39c HONEY BLACKEYE PEAS l-LB. .ARROW IBS. SOUTH DOWN (60 LB. BALE $5.94) 19c MARASCHINO CHERRIES l-LB. JAB SIOUX BEE 8-OZ. .TOWIE CAJUN GRADE 'A' MEDIUM DOZ. $ 1 f\f\ BLACK PEPPER PRIDE OF INDIA 2 CANS 49c RICE WATER MAID FRUIT FROZE PICNIC PLATES RINK PIES LBS. 33c RICE IUNGO ORANGE, GRAPE, OK PUNCH TENN — APPLE, CHERRY, OR PEACH 3 3 MAHATMA 46 OZ. CANS 2 LBS. 35c FOR TOMATOES PATSY PARTY 2 NO. 303 CANS 29c 9-COUNT DIAMOND FROZEN LEMONADE SEALD SWEET 15c ALUMINUM FOIL VANILLA WAFERS TOILET TISSUE KAISER 12"x25' .HOUSEHOLD 4 TOPNOTCH 1-1/4-LB. ROLLS SOFTONE 29c 25c BEEF STEW SSi£ 39c JACKS COOKIES ASSORTED 39c SAUSAGE ECONOMY SMOKED . RIBS BACON 89c BOLOGNA FRESH LEAN MEATY CHl'NK 18 29c PORK BAR-B-Q FAVORITE ANY SIZE PACKAGE SLICED —LEAN ARMOUR STAR TRAY-PACK LB. SOAKY 69c PAL^OLiVE SOAP 2 Reg. M Bars fclW PALMOLIVE SOAP r iso CASHMERE BOUQUET 2 & 21c CASHMERE BOUQUET Baih 15c Bar SMALL SHRIMP 5 FULLY COOKED HAMS .Tin';; """,V! 49c SLICED BACON 1.95 STEW MEAT KE," .„,. 29e Wo VEL BEAUTY BAR L Reg 0?C VEL BEAUTY BAR 2 Bath 49C FLORiENT 59c FRUIT JARS YELLOW ONIONS DOZ. PINTS $1.25 DOZ. ^| Ml* QUARTS 01-40 LB. SO WATERMELONS Large Red Ripe FOR $ ADJUSTABLE STAINLESS STEEL INJECTOR RAZOR & BLADES Plus Sh(XV6 INSTAUT LATHER

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