Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 26, 1962 · Page 10
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 10

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
Page 10
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SUN., AUGUST 26,1962 GLEN P. CROSS . .. FirrsJmiP official Akron Official Of Firestone To Speak Here Glen D. Cross of Akron, Ohio, manager of production manager ^r,t development for the Fire- s'one Tire and Rubber company " ill be guest speaker at the regu- 1 ir monthly meeting of the Indus*•'-!! Management club of Lake diaries Tuesday night. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. In the Seven Nations Restaurant fit the new Municipal Airport. Oiiss' topic will be "Goinf the' S nd Mile in Safety." A graduate of Purdue Univer- i ?' '. IIP was associated with Lum- i Oman's Mutual Casualty com- r'Tiy as safety engineer from 1938 t"> 1942. He joined Firestone as s ^ety director in 1942 and served in that capacity until 1951 when h? assumed the job of director of pifety and supervisory training. I 1 ? was promoted to his present position in 1960. He has served as an officer in the American Society of Safety F-.gineers, National Safety Council. Society of Ohio Safety Engi- r-3rs. Summer County Safety Council, Safety Code Committee, Slate of Ohio, and American Society of Training directors. He has served as president of his F-?hool district board. I ...I WOtAE Electric Co-ops ARE • Community Built • Community Owned O Community Builders There isn't one stogie REA (government) employee connected with member-owned electric co-ops in Louisiana. Every em ployee is {tome-based . , AND THEY SPEND AT HOME. The 13-privately-owned electric co opg in Louisiana have an annual payroll of more than $5-million, Their 145,000 members are all }ocal folks who have purchased about ONE-HALF BILLION DOLLARS of appliances alone Think what all this means to main street business . . cot to mention the immeasurable bene* fits to rural people and to Louisiana's productivity and business economy, BEAUREGARD ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. DeKidder, La. UFFERSON DAVIS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Jennings, La. THE HOME OP LOW, LOW t^s' 2800 RYAN AT ALAMO LABOR DAY IS NEXT MONDAY STOCK UP THIS WtfcK 1 • mmmm ^ mi * l ~-^—^mfmi^t " "ii^LL"?!*" V«« RIPENED BURSTING WITH FLAVOR AND PICKED WHEN VINE RIPENED TO GIVE FULL SATISFACTION! These prices good in Lake Charles Mon.-Wed. August 27-29 We reserve the right to limit quantities U. $. NO. 1 IDAHO U.S. NO, 1 FRESH Fresh Prunes 2 u* 29c K.W. Beans TOP FROST PAKOF 6-OZ. CANS O 12-OZ CAN U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" MEDIUM DOZ. SLICED LEAN LB. 97% CAFFEIN FREE VITAMIN ENRICHED Instant Sanka s.oz SIZE 99c Food Club Flour 5 BAG KRAFT PARKAY WEINGARTEN'S Margarine LBN " N 25c French Bread SLICED LB.LOAF BOHDEN'S 12-OZ. CTN. FRUIT FESTIVAL 35c Loaf Coffee Cake 29c FRESHNESS TO SPARE 19c Champion Bread 2 LOAVE B 49c J.S.D.A. INSPECTED FARMER BROWN FRYER PARTS Fryer Breasts Lb 49c Fryer Wings u,21c Dixie Packs Lb .59c Legs and Thighs Lb 43c Nesks and Backs u, 17c Family Packs u.65c Waxtex Paper 100-IH. l«tC. IVIRYDAY LOW PRICE Northern Tissue 4 R * 37c IVERYDAY LOW PRICE Northern Facial Tissue 2 Boxes O f* of 200'» L DC IVERYPAY LOW PRICE Northern Towels 2 *°.!' 39c IVERYOAY LOW PRICE Sandwich Bags Northern V 23c IVERYDAY LOW PRICE Northern Napkins 2 Pkgs. of «£• so 1 * /DC LQW «UCf 100 EXTRA BIG BONUS STAMPS €> Your Back-To-School Leader Yes, Once again this year as the years In the past, Welngarten's Is leading tht way back-to-school with lew, low lower prices! The selection Is larger and the savings are bigger and of course you get Big Bonus Stamps, FILLER PURER tomposmon BOOK! LOOSE LEAr-LARGi PRO. 2 HOLE TOP PUNCH 2 HOLE-3 HOLE SIDE WIRE BOUND 37 nn c c Carfrid 9 e Pon 83c Pedigree Penttls Pencil Tablets & 2 F0 . 45c LePages Paste 25« Crayola Crayons 21c School Scissors X 19« 19c LlllttH KIT! ASST. STYLES and DESIGNS COMPLETE WITH i/a PT. VACUUM BOTHI ••88

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