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Abbeville Meridional from Abbeville, Louisiana • 6

Abbeville, Louisiana
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ABBEVILLE MERIDIONAL 11" Ptgl Thursday, May IS, 1914 'A AARP News V. 1 -ffV ft 7 3 Si 1 (hup A' -a ii Our last meeting was chuck full of business and forty three members were present to enliven the discussions; however before I get into all of those avenues, I want to make an important announcement. Our next regular meeting will be held one week earlier than usual. Instead of May 27, we will meet on May 20, in Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church, at 7:00 p.m. For our pleasure, Mr.

Harold Roy, music director for Vermilion Catholic High School will present a musical program in which some of his award winning students will participate. An evening well worth your time; come out and let these youngsters know, by your presence, that you appreciate them and their talents. On May 31, our Board of Directors will meet with Mr. Joseph T. Buckingham, AARP Associate Area Vice President of Area 7, and Mr.

Ralph Allen, Associate State Director of Southeast Texas Members of this board please keep in mind this important meeting. If you have missed the APPRECIATION AWARD Former coach Willie Lutgring, (left) is award from Erath high principal Robert Segura, for bis 26 years Vermilion Parish as a teacher and coach. (Meridional Photo) ttw FIRST ADdree Stansbury of Abbeville placed first in YOUNG ONE is the title of the above photograph taken by Mike 5 photography competition sponsored by the Lafayette Photographic stansbury of Abbeville. The photo of the Eastern King Bird placed Society. The photo of the American Egret is entitled, "The second in photography competition sponsored by the Lafayette Photographic Society.

jLandlng." 4 gesture of courtesy on the part of our President. We also discussed getting films on "Crime Prevention" and showing them here in Abbeville. I think we all need to know more about this subject as crime can strike anywhere and at anytime. This month's good will ambassadors are Mrs. Mable Blanchet, and Mrs.

Marjorie Kirkpatric, they are delivering library books to the shut ins about town. In cooperation with the "Woman's Club," we adopted the custom of displaying the American Flag on special occasions; thereby telling our Homeland that we are proud of her and love her. If we are not proud of our country then we have no esteem for ourselves, for it is we the people that is America. Having accomplished a full slate of business, we adjourned to hi i i Defensive Driving Courses, you now have the opportunity to take advantage of this informative course as once again it is to be given in Lafayette at the First Methodist Church, on June 25, and June 26, between the hours of 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. each day.

The instructor candidates will have their classes on June 27. This is the course that if taken will reduce your AARP Insurance rates as much as ten per cent. The motion was made and carried that we participate, with other Abbeville Clubs, in the sponsoring of a book review by a noted Louisiana book reviewer; this to be in the A.A. Comeaux Recreational Center on September 25, more about that later. President Nixon has proclaimed the Month of May as "Older American a nice JrV Get out and go! Take to the Sy sea! Hit the road! It's vacation time.

11 Anything and everything goes boating, swimming, fishing, travel II ond i'' 0,1 9in9 of 1 1 (kSu fun an1 sun' Have yourse" a 900tl 11 mimi 'ole live UP -x. I fev a fun-filld vacation. A (Z 4 14 'S. It shown receiving an appreciation of dedication to the youths of have a pleasant social hour. Our Refreshment Committee wears a golden crown for making this hour an extraordinary success-tbc goodies they serve are Yuletide good! "Thank You Ladies." Remember the date of our next meetingMay 20.

Don't miss Mr. Harold Roy and his V.C.H. musicians. See you there. Mrs.

Roy C. Williams Ik SAMMY DELING) A graduate of Henry High School, has teen vottd as recipient of two awards granted each year by USL FFA chapter, Dr. John Mitchell advisor. The Allen A. Memorial award and LVATA scholarship award art presented to the outstanding graduating senior in the am of Vocational Agriculture Education.

Delino Is at present employed by the Vermilion Parish School Board as instructor of 'Agriculture and Industrial Arts, until May. He plans to begin immediate work on his Masters Degree after graduation, and will again seek employment by the Vermilion Board In September. Delino is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T.B.

Delino, also of Henry, and is married to the former Jantl Richard of Erath. In Bombay, it was believed that ashet would cure a headache. HOW LONG SINCE YOU CHECKED YOUR CAR WHEELS? The best insurance against bad tire weir, vibration ana shimmy is to wheel alisnmcnt check every John 5.000 miles. The Bean Visualiner checks and corrects fatter and more accurately than other iiciiHias. come in for a VISUALIZER check-up 1 I 4 t.

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