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August 26, 1962

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 23

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Couple Observes Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Ory of Lafayette, formerly of Lake Charles, renewed their wedding vows August 24 Jn a ceremony held at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Lafayette. His Excellency, The Most Rev. Bishop Maurice Schexnayder, was celebrant of the Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Ory were married August 24, 1962, in the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Lake Charles, the late Monsignor Hubert Cramer officiating at the Nuptial Mass. Mr. Dry's mother is Mrs. S. J. Ory of this city. Silver Benefit Slated by TB Association rri lea Is MR. AND MRS O. J. ORY Each year, thousands of people die "needlessly" from heavy bleeding, oral poisoning and breath stoppage. Bound for bidding! They'll look twice as you ease into "rush" season in costumes by ... A. A. Cozy ffooil looks ... in lOOTe Orion Acrylic knit This svelte sheath . . . cowl collared and buttoned for dash. Knitted string bolt tics like a shoe Ince over elasticized-for-fit waist. Wash- - - QQ able only — by hand or machine. I4.7O B. Chanel in double knit. This three-piece costume in uncrcasable 80% Orion Acrylic* - 20% Wool . . . -defined by contrasting trim. Short, sleeved ova-Mouse cleverly echoes the jacket — then reverses at its own jewel neckline. 29.98 Simplicity stands out as the style-note for fell— and here you see it in day time and after-five dresses. DRESS SHOP HE 3-5568 3011 Hwy. 14 Greinwich Shopping Center CAMERON - Mrs. Hadley A. Fontenot will be hostess to the Calcasieu-Cameron Tuberculosis association Silver Tea on Wednesday, August 29, at her home in Cameron. Assisting Mrs. Fontenot with plans for the tea are Mrs. E. 0. Scallan, Cameron TB association board member, and Miss Patsy Ann Granger, Home Demonstration agent. The event will be sponsored by the Cameron Parish Home Demonstration Council, with other women's organizations cooperating. For fourteen years the association has solicited funds for their annual project of supplying gifts at Christmastime to all of the tuberculosis patients and their families. This year the association will give a Silver Tea in the hope that funds derived from this benefit wffl provide the association with the funds to proceed wHh this worthy plan. Mrs. Roy Dugas of Iowa is the hospital visiting chairman. Her committee visits and supplies personal gifts to all TB patients in the State hospital, Lafayette, Greenwell Springs hospital, TB mental hospital in central Louisiana, and Diebert hospital in New Orleans. This fund-raising campaign al-, so provides for gifts for the chil-1 dren of these patients and for transportation for those patients who are well enough to join their families for the Christmas holidays. Over 500 patients are benefited by the association at Christmastime. Anyone interested in furthering this cause is invited to the benefit tea Wednesday, August 29, from 2 until 5 p.m. Mrs. Luna Hayes of the Calca- sfeu-Cameron unit will accept any donations from Interested citizens. SUN., AUGUST M y 1962, L Q fe g Charfes American ** Wig Prices M0y Propfctsy Popularity With f fte Mams Is flit irfg at the summit popo- with "wig took" hats In feathers, larity? Controversy reigns fan and flurry fabrics. amongst hairdressers and fashion I notables. We believe that price, per ns* Hat designers predict Fall mil-; nal, will determine the ftrftire pop. linery will be liberally sprinkled; ularity. GOREN ON BRIDGE Both vulnerable. South deals,! NORTH A AQ5 V J642 4KJ35 •WEST EAST A 10 94 4 K J 8 3 ¥853 V109T 462 4A84 4-KQJ95 +642 SOUTH A7S2 V AKQ 4 Q 10 7 3 * A in g The bidding: South West North East 1 + Pass 14 Pass INT Pass 2 NT Pass, 3 NT Pass Pasg Passj Opening lead.' King of + Even when there has been no adverse bidding the location of a key card can sometimes be determined to a certainty by an alert declarer. The conduct of an adversary in the defense of a hand may permit a player to read his thoughts like an open book. South, for some reason or other, opened with a club, perhaps for the purpose of inhibiting Uie lead of that suit should he and his partner reach a final no trump contract Then, for reasons best known to himself, he spurned the diamond raise in favor of a one no trump rebid, despite his very undesirable holding in spades. He should have been aware that the no trump contract might readily play better from North's side, but it all ended happily. West opened the king of clubs which won the trick and, when the queen of clubs was permitted to hold, he shifted to the ten of spades. If declarer lakes the fi- Hipsters High On Fashion Scene No, it isn't an invasion by fashionable "cool cats," but a lovely tow-slung look in skills and pants . . - worn most often with classic shirt overblouses for a soft, casual effect. Hipsters come off best with semi-or fully-fared haircut. Although meat charts sometimes designate a pound or boneless meat as serving four, you may find it wise to count on this amount of meat serving only three! nesse, East will win and return a spade, establishing the suit while he still holds the ace of diamonds and declarer will be defeated two tricks. A little amateur mind reading wiJl make it apparent to declarer that the contract can be brought home by refusing the spade finesse and winning with the ace. That the queen of spades cannot be subjected to further attack is a moral certainty for the ace of diamonds is known without any doubt to be in East's hand. If West held the ace of diamonds, surely he would have proceeded with the establishment of the dub suit. After winning with the ace of spades, declarer leads diamonds until the suit is established. East, of course, is in and can find no way to transfer the lead to partner who would like to follow through wiUi a spade. Declarer now has nine tricks. Shoes "Chipmunks'' . . . The new lightweight year 'round shoe. Designed especially for the active set of young ladies who demand comfort and carefree performance along with up-to-the-minule smart styling. That pigskin feel and soft crepe sole are OOooo ... So Comfortable. And only 6US 717 Ryan RUGGED end PRETTY LOW LOW PRICES/ Save time and money with One Stop Shopping at HaJpern's for all your back-to-school sewing needs. You will find a complete stock of school fabrics, trimmings, patterns, thread* tapes, sundry notions, zippers and dyed to* match buttons and linings. 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