Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 29, 1964 · Page 17
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WED., JULY 29, 1964, Lake Charles American Press !O r p\ r pt? Announce Top Rice Recipes Distinctively 'Yours' Many silhouettes may come .-Hid KM. but this most elegant >lurlw;iist dress derigned by •IK' Diirhrss of Windsor will a I'.'. riys have a place in your uamrolic. The dress buttons dov.n tin- front, lo form a pleat ID ihi; llattcring slim skirt. The fitted bodice has two flat pockets v, hicli are top-slilched like the iici'k hand. i live your dress the real cus- ; ('mi le.nk \\ilh covered buttons \ ai:d wear HIS cuff links in the French cuff of the : U length or IOHL; sleove. It is available in four sizen ranges. It's ideally suited to plain or printed cottons, ray- ens or .silks, linen, pique, lightweight woolens, or tweeds. To select your correct size u.u; Spadea's exclusive ready- to-wear size chart. SIZKS BUST WAIST n-.\ - Misses 8 31! 9-H --Diminutive 8 :w 2>i Ki :M 25 VI 35 H IltiVi i'i 38 9-C - Tall n :>:! lit; 27'.i 29 HIPS 34 35 36 37 ',-2 39 34 35 ' 3(i 37'v: 12 It Hi ;JK 2G',i 28 9-0 - Half Sizes XJ4 184 20'- 374 3!! 4 414 434 45 'i 294 314 334 354 374 37'2 .'!!) 37'.'19'- •ll'j 43 '-j •154 Misses Size 12 and Diminutive Size 12 requires 2 7 k yds. of 45" fabric for dress with long sleeves. Tall Size 12 and Half- Size 104 require 3 yards, of 45" fabric for dress with long hleeves. To order, stale size and correct palti rn i)i''i]bcr if>-.\ . .. Misses, 9-B — Diminutive 9-C -Tall Sizes, '.)-[) - Half Sizes); .send $2.00. Pattern Hooks No. 20 No 21, No. 22, No. 23, No. 24 and revised Duchess of Windsor are available for 50 cents each OR any 3 for $1.25 OR all 6 for Enrolling For Fall Term At Allen Academy Allen Academy, a preparatory sdiool and junior college for hoys, Is now accepting applications for enrollment for the Kitll term. Parents anil prospective students are invited to visit the Academy and investigate the opportunities offered by an independent boarding school. The Academy offers small classes and an atmosphere conducive to study with special liclp sessions \Uu-re the need is indicated. Leadership, responsibility and srlf diicipjiiu- are developed thioirjh one <>i ihe nation's tup j;OTC units. 'I'hjs proyrain. ci"iplrd \\'i)i individual coun- M'liug nnd Luiutunc'c for all ;i"i ; -i, oilers liettiT preparation to meet the demands of today's colleges and the business world. Jf your ion is of good moral character, has the capacity to learn and v.ill cooperate with ;i p-i'vrani planned to achieve ;T< •:•!.•!• .-nadeinic goals, then u, -M ••(••-i ; ,ou coniicjer Allen .< I --.lil I '. ('.••:• •.•••r\ t iiinlliiient last year i-'''' ; '- .1) vacancies will he ''" fi c.-.i !\ ( !ast>es start \\ith the seventli grade and continue through high »cboo) «nd Junior college. For further Information call or write Hie Director of Admi -. A 11 ell Acade my Bryan, $2.50. Add If) cents postage for each book. Duchess of Windsor silk woven label available for $1.00. Address Spadea Patterns, Box 535. G.P.O., D( York 1, N. Y. ; Rice was combined with sea- i food in the two top winning i recipes of the Louisiana Rice i Homemaker Award competition. ; Mrs. Bradley Hanks, Route 11, Box 278E, Duson, La., won first place with her recipe for I Rice and Crab Casserole. i Runner-up was Mrs. Robert j H. Miller, P. 0. Box 64, Eunice. , La., whose winning dish was Crawfish Rice Dressing. i Here are the recipes: I 1st PLACE . . . i RICE AND CRAB i CASSEROLE I —Mrs. Bradley Hanks Duson, La. Vii cup chopped onion 2-3 cup chopped green pepper 5 small cloves garlic J cup diced celery ! 'i cup butter or margarine I 1 (10V4 oz.) can cream of i mushroom soup | 4 springs parsley, chopped 2 (6 oz.) cans frozen or 1% cups fresh crabmeat 1 'i cup chopped plmiento 4 slices bread, moistened 2 cups cooked rice '2 cup water Salt and pepper to lassie Saute' onion, green pepper, garlic and celery in butter or margarine until tender. Add T nnu; M i sol 'P- P a rsloy, crabmeat and pi. L-nuw, New | micntos. Heat until thoroughly hot. Stir in bread, rice and wa- ler and cook 5 minutes longer. Season to taste. Turn Into a 2-quart buttered casserole, dot witli butter. Sprinkle bread crumbs over lop of casserole. Bake in a 375 degree oven 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh parsley. Serves fi. 2nd PLACE . . . CRAWFISH RICE DRESSING —Mrs. Robert H. Miller Eunice, La. 1 Ib. cleaned crawfish tails J /4 green pepper Va onion 2 cloves garlic 3 tbsps. vegetable oil 1 (4 oz.) can sliced mushrooms 3 cups cooked rice Salt and pepper to taste- Bread crumbs. Grind crawfish tails, green pepper, onion and garlic. Saute' them in oil until well done. Add mushrooms and rice. Mix well. Season to taste. Turn into a buttered 2-quart Miftititititutttttutiitnutfiiii STARS ABOVE US By CARROLL RIOHTER llllllllllllDllllltllllllllllllllll FOR THURSDAY GENERAL. TENDENCIES: This Is cer. talnly the day and evening for you fo mafce fh« decisions that con M most he'i»- fui m ftiB y«orj ahead. But confine such policies 1o the ones that require you fo use your flnsst mental poweri fo arrive ct the correct answers. Search for new Ideas, American Press Classified Ads 'Click' alter (arsenal <te»lr« M o most ewhusi aslic way and being loclal at the same time Is best method. If you speak hon casserole. Top bread [crumbs. Bake in a 375 degree oven 25-30 minutes. Serves 6. A l ! l !?_(?*fi r *!!-?L'9. A P rl) '?) Goina at the sai yc esliy, 'clearly, others assist. B« "adroit. TAURUS (April 50 to May M) Belnq with experts or specialists in your field may be the best way to advance now. Use own Initiative as well. Asilsf those who arc III In the evening. OEMINI (May 2l to June 21) Contact Ing those who are flood allies and mter- csied In your welfare bring* help and mony fine Ideas today. Getting about so- ciolly tonlph; Is also pood. B« charming. MOON CHILDREN (Jim* H to July Zf) Some powerful person who know will gladly answer Important questions thot clarify your position, help you to succeed. Be more at case. Others olso or* interested In you. LEO (July 22 to August 21) Fine day to contact those- of frtfiucnc* and character who con shew you b*»t way to succeed faster. Some Very fine Idea will propel you forward with true speed. Bo alert. VIRGO (August 22 fo September m If you ore meticulous In all your duties, you gain good will of higher-ups now. Be loyal to husbnad, or wife. Then you will be supported properly. LIBRA (September 23 to October 25) Your success depends upon the way you decide where all agreements, deals are concerned. Waste no time. After a productive day, get off to the hobbles that please. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) If you adopt a more kindly air, others will reipond readily You have clever Ideas to offer and put In operation. Long discussion on methods Is fine. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 71) Being with dynamic persont and going along with their Ideas Is best way to advance now. These must be admirers of yours. You must learn to smile more. CAPRICORN (December 22 to Jonu- Next time you make apple crisp, that favorite American dessert, add a pinch of nutmeg to the crumbly sugar, flour and butter mixture that is sprinkled over sliced apples. ary 30) II you convince others you want the best for them, thcv soon roopprnt-. Buy somo thoughtful ejlft for Ml. Tlttlr pleasure will be sufficient reword. AQUARIUS (January 21 to February 19) It Is up to you to run around and get all oulslde chores handled, both yours nnd Ihosc of associates. Put statements In order. Work — you love III PISCES (February 30 to March 30) You deserve more out ol life than you arc qelflnq, whether from a personal or business standpoint. Contact experts. They show the rlqht way to advance. "The Stars Impel, they do not compel." What you make of your Ille Is largely up to YOU. 1 THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY SUPER MARKET 104 NORTH SHATTUCK ROUND STEAK LB. SIRLOIN STEAK LB. LB 4§C CROWN ROAST 45c PORK CHOPS 49c VEAL HIND QUARTER HALF CALF 39c 20-LB, MEAT DEAL *7.45 PELLET ICE 10 BL , b . 36c CRISCO 3 -:; 69c COFFEE 67cu, WATERMELONS BREAD LETTUCE MAYONNAISE BIG BONUS STAMPS FINAL REDUCTIONS 1/2 PRICE SALE ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER DRESS SHOES '%%m&^>sx^-:i&«^^^^ VALUES 12.99 TO 16.99 NOW 6.90 - 7.90 8.90 ALL SUMMER CASUALS NOW $4 - $6 - $8 COLORS WHITE and DONE, FORMERLY 8.99 to 12.99 SSSr HANDBAGS % Price CHILDREN'S SPRING AND SUMMER Dress Shoes NOW 5.90 & 6.90 WHITES—PINK—LT. BLUE—YELLOW Charge Accounts Invited ALL SALES FINAL! x \>- UJ - rc -4//// x ^-/ "v / / "'V* ' •'' • y* N,. usually \ 10.9 5 to 14.9 5 SUMMER COOLERS coming on in waves of smartness DACRON* POLYESTERS' DACRON»-COTTON DFNI.VT SILK-COTTON SEERSUCKER, SPUN RAYONS! AaiATi See them ell. You'll v.-r.i a easy b!ouy::,$, k,-,ii-j:ir:rt •,;•,-. sugary pastels, fiery vivifj:-, [-.M nave. Sizes 5 lo 15 ana' 8 to AFf ri * lUr.e '.'. C'-rns «.fv- *.'.'[TA'fE JERSEYS' , lo-.v r.r-e. We l^e . '•'•c ha,e them n c ite i'-.r yourself. Come Cwtv Op«n 9:15 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

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