Chula Vista Star-News from Chula Vista, California on February 2, 1978 · Page 23
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Chula Vista Star-News from Chula Vista, California · Page 23

Chula Vista, California
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Thursday, February 2, 1978
Page 23
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THE STAR-NEWS -Thursday, February 2, 1978 C-3 ,New Year event set What doing Founders day. The Ed K. M. Sue family of, National City will be among local people taking part in the annual J Lunar New Year Celebration at the Chung Hwa School in San Diego. ' The New Year Celebratioh will be Saturday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at thVschool, 1750 47th St., San Diego, and will include games, songs arid sketches by students. There will also be paintings, red packages and New Year calligraphy. Refreshments and snacks will be on sale and everyone is welcome, according to Dr. IrenCheng, executive vice president of the board of trustees. Communication is topic Those attending Divorce Recovery tonight will explore communicative skills. Lack of these skills is one of the barriers newly single people face. , ' Divorce Recovery meets each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Hilltop and I, Chula Vista. Mensa test slated hre Vitajsigns class slated Sweetwater Union High School PTA will ' hold its Founders Day The San Diego area Mensa- Society will hold entrance, examinations Saturday, 10 a.m. at Southwestern College. To qualify, applicant must pass I.Q. test with a scorin top two per cent of population. Allow three hours for test. To reserve a seat, call Lendon Best at 560-7488 or the number listed in the telephone book white pages. The South Bay American Red Cross will have a class on how to take blood pressure, pulse and other human vital signs, Monday and Wed- program next Thursday 7r30 p.m. in the music-drama building. Past r V. . . w " "Cl mai honorary award Ave., vnuia visia. For information and registration, on the Vital Signs class call the South Bay Red Cross office. or ary recipients will be honored and the 1977-78 award will be present. South toy ' last Brittle woman counl en Ruth Ann Fashions 3l$uiCMVits Utt w Mauri Chf Shrine to welcome Quests Weavers to see slides I UnnnArirTn tt ftonhAmfiiiaftf Guest night is planned when the Imnach White Shrine meets for a stated meeting Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Chula Vista Masonic Temple, 732 3rd Ave. " Fleet auxiliary to meet When the Fleet Reserve Auxiliary meets tomorrow night at the branch home on 3rd Ave., Chula Vista, plans will be made for the unit's birthday party, the annual card party March 8, a ' past president's luncheon March 4, and a birthday luncheon April 8. South Bay members of the Creative Weavers Guild of San Diego will meet today to hear Else Regensteiner give a slide lecture on "Contemporary Directions in Weaving" af 10:30 a.m. in the Veteran's War Memorial Building in Balboa Pafk. The afternoon workshop at 1 p.m. will be on "Crossed Weft Techniques." rPEnnAMEnT special TINTED OR LONG HAIR SLIGHTLY HIGHER I I j Good Mon.-Wed. I I H, oward's i i (In FadMart Center), Chula Vista I $4.00 HAIRCUT $5.00 SHAMPOO AND SET Prices good any day. For Appointment 420-0270 1391 3rd Ave. Jazz dance Bonita man to show film Sidney Laverents of Bonita will present a one-man film festival at Casa del Prado auditorium in Balboa Park Saturday at 8 p.m. Films include Laverents' multi-award winning "Listen to the Mockingbird" and other short subjects. Proceeds benefit San Diego Amateur Movie Club and Southern California Assn. of Camera Clubs. Admission $1.50. Sale to benefit 'meals' A- rummage sale for Meals-On-Wheels-4s planned in Fellowship Hall at First United Methodist Church, Chula Vista from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Proceeds will be used to provide meals for persons . unable to prepare adequate meals l themselves. . Opti-Mrs. plans sale Finland woman's tea topic South Bay members of the San Diego Opti-. Mrs. Club will help with the annual rummage sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. r MathewJs ehurch,-521 E. 8th St., National City. Military widows to meet South Bay members of the Society of Military Widows will be among those meeting Saturday, , (February 4) at the Commissioned Officer's ClubTU.S. Naval Station, 32nd St., San Diego. Dr. Kathryn Breese-Whiting, founder and president of an international group for the expansion of awareness will be the guest speaker. "Finland, A Breath of Fresh Air" will be the topic for the program at Friday's February tea for the Chula Vista Woman's Club at 1 p.m. in the clubhouse, 357 G St., Chula Vista. Mrs. William Sormun is chairman for the program which will include a group of women in .native costume from the House of Finland, Balboa Park, and a slide show by Mrs. Edwin L. Kokko, wife of the Finnish consul. Harriet Acton, club member will sing, and Betty Bozic will be tea chairman. Hostess will be Sara Ann Henderson. ' --- set A jazz dance class, done to disco music will open for adults, ages 18 and over, Tuesday from 7:15 to 8 p.m. at Kimball Community Building Annex, 140 E. 12th St. Sponsored by the National City Recreation Dept. the class is designed for exercise and physical fitness as- well as f or those who just like to move to music. Registration ' begins Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. in the annex. -Diana Tennyson is instructor. Community band A community band class will be held in the Montgomery High School band room from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Brad Sayers is director. i . South Bay Plaza Shopping Center Presents CABHiVAL FEBRUARY 3rd thru I2th NATIONAL CITY (PSS0FF 42 ATTRACTIONS FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARKING! .... - SPECIAL RIDE DISCOUNT COUPON f OFF REGULAR $1.50 r STRIP OF RIDE TICKETS ' WITH THIS COUPON J yi I Additional Coupons FREE from your Favorite J ! . South Bay Plaza Merchant. i ; J5- Ride the Giant Sky Diver, the Flying Bobs, The Bumper jj. Cars, The Scrambler, Octopus, Trabant, Hammer and other v. ' thrill rides. Plus an all new Kiddie Land. Si IB women topotluck Bethel to seiwdinner - . Job's Daughters Bethel 225 will serve a baked -chicken . dinner at 6 :30 p.m. tonight for the - Claude H. Morrison Lodge at the Chula Vista rMasonic Temple, 732 3rd Ave. Donation will be $2.50. -L-The , ImperlaUBeach-Woman's Club will meet for a potluck luncheon Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m. at Marina Vista Center. . E o r e i g n exchange students from Mar Vista High School will speak and club members will display crafts. yLif Cf 'Money back direct from RCA rfp One of our greatest sales ever designed to Introduce mm,l31 you lo RCA's most energwefflclent color TV's ever. Just buy one ol the qualltylnfj models, Mil out the money-back coupon and l send It to RCA"wlth your sales receipt. You'll get a.ehecK,dlrect Irem RCA-. 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ZENITH - JENN-AIR" QUASAR WHIRLPOOL RCA SHARP MAGNA VOX MAGIC CHEF SOfiV LITTON MGA GIBSON 90 Days no Charge on approved credit Open Mon.-Frf.9-8 Sat 9-5 one Ideation only 449 Broadway, Chula Vista 422-1 1 1 1 Avocado Trees Covacado Haas "Bacon &MORE! 5 gallon can A special sale on our 2-year-old grafted root stock selection. Start your own grove this year and SAVE $3.00! SALE LIMITED to stock on hand. Reg. 11.99 8.99 BARE ROOT Fruit1 Trees Violas or English ftnriroses 4" pot Your Choice! The dainty Viola for all sunny lcoations in your garden or containers will only be matched by the English Primrose Winter's most brilliant semi-shade accent. The possibilities are endless with a combination of these two beauties for a gorgeous winter Reg. 69t "TO IV lk VI "I ' r 34 Different Varieties. All are full 3" nursery stock." Every tree is frpm bur 2-year , old selection, and are dug fresh each week and rushed to the Nurseryland nearest you. Reg. 4.49 ! 3.99 Broadway at MH next to Mayf air, Chula Vista 427-5343 East End of S. Bay Plaza, National City 477-3134 Also In Morena Plaza La Mesa El Cajon Cialremont Del Mar Escondido and Oceanside , All Nurseryland locations are open 9 am to 6 pm, seven days a week. Sale valid through Tuesday, February 7th. Merchandise limited to stock on hand. " 1978, Nurseryland Garden Centers, Inc.- 1 Alte&l, Vegetable Seeds 40 different varieties. A complete selection of all your favorite vegetables from one of the country's oldest seed growers. All are at a value-packed low, low cost ! 16 on! 1 A3 M,a J m a per package MICHAEL-LEONARD, Incorporated Since 1884 Miracle Gro Fertilizer 8 Oz. Box THE all-purpose fertilizer. Reg. 1.39 99 Duraflame II Fireplace Logs Burns up to 3 hours New, easier lighting. Close-out Price! Reg. 99 Seed Potatoes J. per package. For a complete meal of your own garden produce, don't forget to plant potatoes! Your choice of Red or , White for the first time at Nurseryland . Ask our experts how to grow them best in your own back yard ! 3 packages : 1.39 Gladiolus Bulbs! 12 per package. Each pack : includes rainbow of brilliant colors plant them from right now through the month of .May for continuous blooms during late Spring and Summer. Reg. 1.29pack L I 99 It's all you need to know XLJ about plants.

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