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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 7

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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MUSIC ROOM — The third annual "Ten Besi Dressed Rooms" exhibilion, inspired by well-known theatrical, literary and entertainment personalities, is now on view at the National Design Center in New York City. This "Music Room for a Maesslro," Benny Goodman, reflects the bandleader's love of antiques and bright color. Furniture of 18th century design and a monochromatic red color scheme have been used by the designers, Shaw & Draper, Inc., i~ NSID. Red felt and wood paneling cover the walls, and red fell upholstery appears on the furniture. For listening pleasure, there is a stereo hi-fi, housed in fine cabinetry with carved moldings, while an antique music stand that duplicates one in Mr. Goodman's home is provided for clarinet practice. Brass accessories complete the room, which is framed by red felt draperies with matching valances. ., AUGUST 28, 1%2, Lofce Gha^s America* Prest J THIS "SKYLIGHT STUDIO" is a rehearsal room for singer Judy Garland. Designer Angelo Donghia, NSID, planned it for the top floor of a brownstone with a dining terrace which can be seen through the skylight at right. The room has a vivacious color scheme keyed by a lattice-patterned area rug of sap green, sapphire and white. Walls are dark indigo blue dramatically contrasting with white floor planking, the baby grand piano, and a lattice- doored armoire for storing costumes and rehearsal clothes. Used throughout the room are antique furniture in pale finishes and antique accessories. CAR Has Meeting and Swim Party at Weitz Home leers' Wives Club Is TT~^ j Fnvr JL 1/J I/ Taylor Family ] Reunion Planned For This Sunday The Taylor family will hold a reunion this Sunday at the Ward '' meeting and swimming party, j appointed. The Patriotic Educa- Foit Atkinson Society. Children of the American Revolution met Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Weitz for their summer Guthrey, historian; and Donald Alexander; librarian. Some committee chairmen were fi park. Robert Sorrells presided at the fT. *t?U\. La.,—-Mrs. John; of Lt. Col. Kecler, Secretary ot have taken over Post operations jM. 'Ann, wife of Ft. Polk Com- the General Staff, treasurer; since Reserves and National mander, Brig. Gea. Finn, was Mrs. Robert Chambers, wife ot i Guard units were released from named honorary president by the Maj. Chambers, G-3, recording: active duty, more than I no officers' wives who secretary, and Mrs. John H. Har-i Luncheon meetings of the or- ouendsd ih» organizational meet- den, wife of Col. Harden, Com- ganization will be held the first meeting and the following officers Five brothers and one sister, j were elected and installed; children of the late Mr. and Mrs. i Miss Judith Guthrey, president; Burl. Taylor of DcQuincy, and Miss Alice Macdonald, 1st vice- their families will be among the president: Donald Guillory, 2nd 150 relatives expected to gather vice-president; Miss Myra Russek, secretary: Steven Toney, treasurer; Charles Goforth, chaplain; Jon- for the reunion. There will be Jicnic lunch. lion committee chairman, Donald Guillory, is working on the program for October which is "Patriotic Education Month" in the United States. Alice Macdonald j is radio and TV chairman. She will also have a program in October. Miss Gulhrey presented Robert Sorrells his past president's pin. Greetings were brought from the Calcasieu Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and Calcasieu Chapter Sons of the American Revolution. Twenty-five were present. ; ag of Ft. Po'k s ciub Wednesday. •jffkv Wive.s : mantling Officer of the 2nd Train-j Wednesday of each month, with a '• ing Regiment, corresponding sec-1 sherry hour beginning at 12:30 Mrs. Lcilyn M. Youir: Col. Youny, Post Chid was elected president. , v\ lie of of Staff, Gen. Finn, who addressed raary. Mrs. Young appointed the following standing committee chairmen: special projects, Mrs. B. D. the Capshaw, wife of Col. Capshaw, ladies at their first full-scale meet- Commanding Officer of 1st Training Regiment: w e 1 f a r c, Mrs. George A. Lollis, wife of Lt. Col. Lollis, Post Chaplain; Membership, Mrs. Bruce E. ina, told them they must encourage their husbands and families to take a leadership rose in the social and civic activities, both of and luncheon served at 1:30. Among activities in which members of the young club are already participating is the operation of a Thrift Shop on Post, which is open Tuesday and Friday of each week from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Profits from the shop will be used to sponsor a welfare project. Officers' wives who are active the Post and of the community in Caswell, wife of Lt. Col. Caswcll, in the club will also be given a ' Commanding Officer of the Basic chance to attend classes and oth- ' a group in various hobbies and sports activities, such as bowling, bridge, which each lives The General said he welcomed the opportunity to speak to the women in order to emphasize to them I ho importance of their role in helping to "make or break" the military efforts no\v bcin;4 made at the Post. In a business M'SMOII which followed the General's speech, Mrs. Harry 11. Kiddle, wile of Lt. Col. Riddle, S-l ot the Ft. Polk Training Command, presented the proposed constitution, by-laws, and slate of officers, all of which were : ( n 0i wife o[ Lt> Co l. Riddle, Train- j ana State university, Baton accepted. ; jng command S-4; Red Cross vol- j Rouge, through August 30. Mrs. Finn, honorary president, '. unteers, Mrs. Lynn D. Hancock, j She is being sponsored by the and Mrs. Young, president, head-, wife of Col. Hancock, Post Dental j Hackberry Catholic Daughters cd the officer slate. Surgeon, and sherry, Mrs. Robert 1 and the Hackberry American Le- Olhers elected were Mrs. Adol- A. Jackson, wife of Capt. Jackson, gion auxiliary, pho Schoepllin, wife of Col. Post Ib.-pita' The objective of Girls State is Schoepflin, Commanding Officer The new Officers' \Vivcs club to educate youth in the duties, of Ihe Post Hospital, vice presi-j was formed at Polk to organize | privileges, rights, and responsi- dciit; Mrs, Donald L. Kci'lcr, wifei wives of active Army officers who bilities of American citizenship. Unit Training Battalion: activity, erwise participate as Mrs. Boe G. Ansel, wife of Lt. Col. Ansel, Post G-4; hospitality, Mrs. Kenneth C. Johnson, wife of and arts and crafts. C"!. Johnson. Provost MaH v ill; Publicity, Mrs. Roger J. Bligh, \\ile of Lt. Col. Blig.i, i'ost Information Officer, aiid coordinator, Mrs. William E. While, wife of Maj. White, Chief of Training, Training Command. Program, Mrs. George W. Kane, wife of Lt. Col. Kane, Post G-l: In Baton Rouge For Pelican Girls State Miss Renee Becnel, a senior al Hackberry High school, is attend reservations, Mrs, Harry H. Rid-1 ing Pelican Girls State at Louisi PHOTO COPIES Of Birth Certificates, Weddlntj Licenses. Discharge Papers And Other Documents While You Wait MAC'S CAMERA SHOP Mrs. Harold Dripps is Senior president of the Fort Atkinson So« ciely. PIANO RENTAL $J per month and up. Later, II you decide to buy, all rent may apply ti purchase. LAKE CHARLES MUSIC CO. 4J4 Broad St. 'HE M415 "Free Parkina In Rear' Join To CET YOUR APPLICATION TODAY AND START SAVING 10% RIGHT AWAY! Universal Discount Association is composed of thousands of busi- nesses who have joined together in an internationoal program to in- crease their volume of business and bring big savings to you. Dis- count prices may now be obtained from quality firms through the UDA discount plan. Since no credit check is required for member- ship, Courtesy Cards may be issued immediately upon receipt of application. 1SCOUMT A SSOCIATION Pick Up Your UDA Courtesy Card Applic ation At Any Member Establishments !! Wise to the fact . . . They're safer on a train than at home. Trains "get there* in all kinds of weather. Trains provide more room .,, more comfort... more enjoyment. They can travel on credit. It costs less on the K.C.S. ANYWHERE YOU GO out ROUTE OF THE 'HONE HE 9-5214 * ' ^ **r •STREAMUNED HOSPiTAUTV Lake Charle Honoring AUTO REPAIR Addison Brake Clinic & Garage—2709 Hodges St. Ben's Auto Service—505 fith St. Harry Tin-all's (jarase—3313 llyan St. AUTO SERVICE Jay's Conoco Service Station—2G36 Kyan St. Harry Thrall's Garage—3313 Kyan St. BAKERIES Daniels Makers—li!)ll Kirkman Janet's Cake Shop—182!) Kyaa St. BEAUTY SALON Billie's Curi-n-S\virl Beauty Salon—3-113 Kyan St. DRV CLEANING Varsity Cleaners—3117 Greinwieh Blvd. FLORISTS Michelle.* Flowers—1113 Kirkinan Michelle*, Sulphur. La. FURMTURE HunwuU , auiitaic Co., Inc.—712 Railroad Avenue HonejTUil Furniture Co., No. 2-till Miller Ave., West Lake, La. Furniture Co.—1:178 E. Napoleon St., Sulphur, La. John A. Sigur's Baby Markeleria Stores—2003 Ryan St. HARDWARE lloneyeutt Furniture Co., lne.~712 Railroad Ave. Dufrcue's Hardware—1315 Common Street HOBBV SHOP George's Hobby Shop—1315 Ryan St. HOTEL Charleston Hotel—900 Ryan St. JEWELRY STORK Bodin's Jewelers—3408 Ryan St. PICTURE FRAMING—ART SUPPLIES The Art Shoppe—2120 Hodges St. PLUMBING & HEATING Ortcgo Plumbing & Heating—2101 Ryan St. PRINTING The Nasou Company—3008 Enterprise Blvd. RECORDS—PHOTO Don's Record \- Photo Center—3000 Kirkuiaii St. s Area Establishments UDA Courtesy Cards REFRIGERATOR SALES Rich Plan of Southwest Louisiana (Freezers)—2015 Kyan St. RENTAL Sid Burns Rent-lt-Sorvice—1223 Prien Lake Rd. RESTAURANT Daugherty's Restaurant—504 Broad St. SPORTING GOODS Bell's Sporting: Goods—2913 Ryan St. House for Sports—4319 Common St. TOYS John A. Sigur' Baby Marketeria Stores—2003 Ryan St. TV SALES & SERVICE Mars TV—1207 E. Prien WATCH REPAIR—ACCESSORIES Warne's Watch Repair—2312 Ryan St. WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S WEAR John A. Sigur' Baby Marketeria Stores—2003 Ryan St. The Uniform Shop—4213 Common St. UNIVERSAL DISCOUNT ASSOCIATION 3400 MONTROSE BUILDING HOUSTON 6, TEXAS—U.S.A. APPLICATION FOR COURTESY CARD Please issue a U D A Courtesy Card and Directory to: Street Address City Full Name Zone State Enclosed is $5.00 for 1 lull year's dues. (Please print or type) •A

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