Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on March 21, 1965 · Page 3
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, March 21, 1965
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AREA OBITUARIES EDWARD L. BOWER T)KRt»I.)EU (SpU - Edward Howcr, 00, of DeRidder died al 5 a.m. Saturday in a De- Ridder hospital. When funeral services are complete, they will be announced by the Bcaurogard Funeral Home of DeRidder. He is survived by a son, Oscar Lee Hower of Poplar Bluff, Mo., four daughters. Mrs. 1,11- lie Hosier and Mrs. Daisy Garr Of Chillicothc, Mo., Mrs. Rose Lawhorn of Columbia, Mo., and Mrs. Fern Butcher of St. Louis, Mo., and 25 grandchildren. * * + LOYD A. BURGE DE BIDDER. (Spl.i - Funeral services: for lay A A. (Ted) Bui-ge of Singer have been scheduled for 2:1 30 p.m. today in the Hixson Funeral Home. Rev. Robert Hughes will officiate. Burial will he in the Newlin Cemetery. ABNER LANGLEY KINDER iSpl.) - Funeral services for Abner Langlcy, 83, of Kinder will be al fl:30 a.m. Monday at the SI Philip Catholic Church with the A. ,1. Rnhichaud. pastor, ciating. Burial will be in I he Libert v \eri Rev offi- Cemetery near Elton under the direction of the Ardoin Funeral Home of Kinder. A Rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mr. Langlcy, a life long resident of Kinder, died at 8:45 a.m. Saturday at the Kinder Hospital. He was a retired farmer and a native of the Kinder area. Survivors include his wife, ! Mrs. One/ia M. Langlcy of Kin;der; two sons, Curscy Langlcy I of Elton and Leon Langley of j Hampshire, Tex.; one sister, | Mrs. Armand Manuel of Kinder; eight grandchildren: eight great-grandchildren; and three | great-great grandchildren. + * * I DR.G. R.MARSHALL ! (See Story Page One.) * * * <MRS. L. SCHEXNAYDER WEST LAKE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah B. Schexnaydcr, 60, of 1126 Garfield St., will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Good Hope Baptist Church. Burial will be in West Lake Cemetery with the Gilmore Funeral Home of Lake Charles in charge. Wake services will be held at the church tonight. The Rev. W. C. Clark will ol'fi elate. Mrs. Schexnaydcr. a native ot Royce, died Saturday in a Lake Charles hospital. She had been a resident of West Lake for 50 years. She was chairman of the Deaconess Board of the Good Hope Baptist Church, and was a member of the American Woodman I Camp No. 1. wood of Fort. Worth and a son, Joe Bryon Underwood also of Fort Worth. + * * MRS. C.WILLIAMS WEST LAKE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Mrs. C o r e n e Williams, 68, of West Lake will i be at 2 p.m. today in the She is survived by her hus- Morning Star Church in Moss- band, Louis Schexnayder of •West Lake. i * * * 0. E. UNDERWOOD Orion E. Underwood, 75, of (charge. ville. Burial will be in Christ Ceme- I tery with the Colored Funeral i Home of Lake Charles In at the home of her daughter,] Mrs. F. W. Johnston. She was treasurer of the Deaconess Board and choir member of the New Sunlight Baptist Church. Survivors include one s o n, Dave Wilton of Lake Charles, two daughters, Mrs. F. W. Johnston of DeRidder and Mrs. M. W. Carrier of Lake Charles; one sister, Mrs. Mamie Shepard of Houston, Tex.; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. i 717 Cleveland St., died al 8:45 a.m. Saturday in a local hospital. Underwood, a retired insurance agent, had lived in Lake Mrs. Williams died Wednesday in the West Calcasicu - Cameron Hospital in Sulplfjr. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Hazel Brown; two broth- jCharles nine years. He was Biers, Peony and Henry Williams. j member of the Lions club, a all of West Lake; three sisters, Mason, a Shriner, a member of Mrs. Irene Mitchell of Lake i the Order of the Eastern Star, j Charles, Mrs. Bhealnese Jack- arid a member of the First Bap- jsnn of Beaumont, Tex., and Mrs. I list Church. j Albert Hadnot of West Lake; two : He was once Lion of the Year j grandchildren and six great- in Sulphur. | grandchildren. Funeral services have been | scheduled for 2 p.m. today in i the Hixson south chapel. Dr. Hugh Van Eaton will officiate | and Rev. Lloyd Bragg will assist with the service. , A graveside service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday at An- MRS. GEORGIA WILTON Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia J. Wilton, 83, of Lake Charles will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the New Sunlight Baptist Church. Burial will be in East Side tioch Cemetery in Homer. La. Cemetery with the Gilmore Fu- He is survived by his wife, a neral Home in charge, daughter, Miss .D'iane Under-, Mrs. Wilton died Wednesday CHANTS OF AUCRICA ft JEWELERS ma ufttfi a Caleulu! RepWiiiC&ti &l a Worfi Fanwi... PAINTING FREE WITH ANY PURCHASE , U)c$Aw. JewAu, mi Gitti! a fl WITH FRAME COMPLETE IF YOU KNEW WHAT THE EXPERTS KNOW.. YOU WOULD ALWAYS BUY EIIOM GORDON'S! A. Classic diamond solilaiir set in 14-kaiat gold $ 59.00 .». Lovely "G!o Top" ting m 14-kaiat gold, b diamonds... $ 89.95 c, 2-Diaroond oome ring set in lovely 14-^iat gold $ 39.95 0. Wishing nng, / synthetic stones, 10-Kd'at gold $ 16.95 1. 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Mai ARlhLIR C.KCIt bMCFTING CLMLR Can Company Claims Accord With Union j PITTSBURGH (AP) - The strike-bound Continental Can Co. said Saturday it has reached a basis of agreement in contract talks with the Unit- SUN., MARCH 21, 1965, loke Chorles America Press £ Classified Ads Will Bring Fast and D rofitable Results Sulphur Takes JCL Award At Monroe i ed Steelworkers Union. MONROE (Spl. i - Sulphur High School won the overall award by scoring 70 points, out-1 agreement, scoring 25 high schools in the Friday the union announced The strike has delayed the opening of the Poinle Bleu Seafood Co. plant in Hackberry, La. It is expected that settlement of the strike will lead to the delivery of cans which the crab > meat producing plant needs for \ its operation. i A company spokesman said the union's full bargaining committee will gather in New York Monday. Presumably, the meeting was called to ratify the Junior Classical League Latin Club Convention which ended here Saturday afternoon. it would hold a similar meeting today in New York with union bargainers involved in contract St. Charles Academy of Lake i talks with the American Can Co. whlch also wa -s struck by the award in individual competition USW. when Ann Tarleton took first No details were given on either tentative agreement. The union reportedly has sought a Charles won a first place state place in oratory. Sulphur received five Individ- 24 . ( . ent an hour ' av hike spread i ual first place awards, two sw over a lhree ea ' r contrac . tH ond place individuals, and three third place individuals. In phur The USW struck 70 American and Continental plants March 1. the club contest the Sul- idling some 32,000 workers. Can workers averaged $3.08 Latin students won first place in theme, publicity, and an hour plus $1.07 in fringe ben- f\*rl nnei\r\v\ 1 r\ fVio r*vf nnninn t l-ifl ; _ r-j • .1 i. . . extension. In the extension, the j e { its in {he old contracts'" Triple A high school organized the most new Latin clubs, won second place in the scrap book judging and third place in the yearbook competition. Would-Be Thief Shot in Scuffle In the individual competition two Sulphur students tied for Police said a first place in Mythology I. They steal an auto NEW ORLEANS (APi man trying to from a hospital were Dianne Doiron and Glen ' parking lot was shot in a leg Ousley. | Friday night during a scuffle ' with a police officer Police identified the wounded man as Oscar Joseph (ionsoulin Jr.. 20. K-9 Officer Edgar Mc- Joan Hanna won the Latin II first place award in derivi- tive notebooks. He also took third place in the Latin II de- rivitive test. Mike Walker placed first in the Latin I derivative test. ! Roland Peveto took first place in the costume competition as a Roman soldier. ! Second place winners were Sandra Riggs in Latin II achievement, and Donna Bland in the poster contest. Third j place winners were Ronnie ! Griswold in Latin II achieve; ment, and Sondra Hebert, in 1 Mythology II. i The Sulphur and St. Charles 1 Academy delegates were under I the guidance of Sulphur High School Latin teacher and spun- i sor, Mrs. W. C Hanna. Gehee. who shot Oonsoulin, had been staked out at the hospital lot in an effort to apprehend a purse snatcher who had been operating there. Officers said Gonsoulin arrived at the parking lot in a stolen car Let Elizabeth Arden's new Liquid Morning or Night Cream help caress away wrinkles Pour out this whisper-light liquid. Stroke if. on you-r face. Liquid Crnom lingers several minutes, softening and soothing skin, then seeps in. Works fo hc.lp erase fired lines, even deep-rooted wrinkles. 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Kennedy Memorial exhibit which consists of coins, spoons, medals and other pieces , i honoring the late president The : exhibit has been collected from around the world and has won honors around the nation where it has been entered in competi- 1 lion. Fifteen coin dealers will be in attendance at the show to sell, l buy. trade and appraise amis. a flub spokesman said. The coin club meets the first and third Tuesday of each i month and anyone interested in coin collecting i> invited to at tend the imvimgs ht'ld at T 30 in tho I'alcasieu Sa\iujj» and Loan Kmlding. New for Reducing RESISCAL.,. aid to appetite control •N. CALENDAR TODAY ' Civil Air Patrol. 14 p.m , Petroleum Flyers hangar Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, 4 p.m., 2902 E Ope lousas. Eastwood Methodist |l'huivh S W La ruin chit) show. 9 a m 6 p m . Belmoni . 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