Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 38
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 38

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 30, 1962
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P.,. C-8-INDEPENDENT t~ «.~ "...**,. *~ *.*. ; STYLE PARADE Season for Suit at Hand OCEANS OF FUN Jack Russell (captain), Tylcnc Sliephcrdsnn (sailor), Sue Lcnnert (hula dancer) and Jcancttc Hill enact scene from "Hughes Cruise," musical comedy set for Wednesday and Thursday at Hughes Junior High School. 'Hughes Cruise' Musical Comedy lo Be Presented "Hughes Cruise," three-act musical comedy entertain- s Jly WENDY liUSTKAAN The season of the suit Is in full swing. This year the season is graced with a variety of fabrics, textures and styles. Connie Walker of Jordan is set for spring promenades in her three- piece Collegian suit. Newsworthiness is vrittcn into every line of ho ensemble. fabric-wise, this suit is a nubby-tex- tured linen- silk blend that ¥VINDT holds Its shape while resist ing wrinkles. The suit shown here is formed of a honey beige that gains character from the odd cd flecks of white and darker brown. It also comes in a p l e a s i n g combination ol shades and tints of blue. The sheath skirt is topped with a striped shell top. The top is graded in color from a light cream to n coffee tan. It is sleeveless with a shallow scoop neckline. Over the whole is a traditional box jacket with tailored lines cvi dent In the formation of the sleeve and the collar. The suit sells for $29.95 at Bey's new store In downtown Long Beach and at the Lakc- wood Center store. L...... --John RtVt FtST* CONNIE WALKER Shows Ensemble ment by a cast of 125, is scheduled for next Wcdncs- FZ^^«^~«^ School, 3846 California Ave. 'The Fatal Hour' and "Wildi Nell" during Act III. I Singing "California, Here 1 Come," "Hu^Iics Cruise" arrives at tin.- duel: after nearly Gangplank goes up at 7:30 p.m., with the ship's band playing "Around the World." Act I is In the ship's salon after dinner, and Act II on the I ports deck the next day. Faculty members p r e s e n t Wins ('lininpiHiisIiip Mary Star of the Sea High School. Pedro, won the championship trophy in the ISth a n n u a l St. Anthony Girls' High School basketball tournament. SPRING PROM PLANS NEAR COMPLETION The junior class of Saint Anthony High School has nearly completed arrangements for the a n n u a l Spring Prom. The prom will bo held at the Lafayette Hotel's International Ballroom on May 1C, and a twenty-piece, b I g dance band lias been engaged. Majorettes, FJag Song Girls Picked Weeks of intense practicing and eager anticipation were climaxed as M l l l l k a n announced its new majorettes, flag girls and song girls. Returning next year AFS TRIO PickS for Study Abroad By LINDA GOLSON Lancer ambassadors, Janet lowetl. Tatty Hershbergcr, and Marj Leland, have been selected as finalists In the American Field Service change program. After s e v e r a l vigorous months of attaining the semi' finals at Lakewood, filling out various applications and answering essay questions, Jan. Patty and Marj were notified that they had been ao ccpted and would be sent to a foreign country If accomo dations could be found for them. They will again be notified in May or July as to whether they will be included in the summer or school program · * · · WHEN ASKED 1KHV they felt about the idea of becom ing an exchange student, Jan Patty and Marj expressed en thusiasm and anticipation. Says Jan, "All of a sudden things are possible that didn't seem to be before." Jan has been saving her money sinco last June when she decided to try for the program. WHEN ASKED IF she ever waiting was especially hard, Jan replied, "Although being a foreign exchange student meant a lot to me, I always felt that if I was the right person for the job, then I wouldl be selected." Junior President P a t t y Hershberger will also be traveling to Pakistan this summer, where her father is with an irrigation project of West AM'IC-It'ATION "Psychiatrist" Raymond Bergeron and Janet Howell rehearse skit to be presented at first annual Lakewood High Thespiantics production on April G. DlSC'iission Jim Ray's 'Itty Bitty Tear' Sobbing Way Rigbt to Top ByTEDPLONAS iBobby Darin. This cxcitingibrand new release of Kenny James Ray offers "IttyjOldie is taken from Darin's.iJall which is titled "March Bitty Tear" as his follow-up to new album "Bobby Darin of , he siamcse children." Is "If You Gotta Make a Fool of sings Ray Charles." The; Somebody." The latter record had any real doubts when the introduced his talents to the bearers of the batons arc Don- l!akistnn Arlt, and! Patty Is currently working and many seat- on the junior-senior prom. ,tercd areas of ... - , , ,. , n n ,nn M"J "M had the ambition the country. Flag Etrls foMhe 19C2-1DG3 of b( i oming an cxehans e and will soon popular market in a big way and the new disk shows every indication of being a fairly large hit, even bigger than the first. One record that is really j taking off is the Shirellcs ; Scepter recording of "Soldier Boy." It has already broken fr*c7\; big in Detroit " """* MILLIKAN 'CLOTHES' DAY SLATED taken from a tune out of Rodgers and Hammcrstcin's ·The King and I." His current hit "Midnight in Moscow" is a difficult record to followup successfully, but the new ono has already racked up a cou- Sports clothes and crazy | ple or wt ^, ks as the num ber arc Diane A very,! Bcrpland (head flag season Christy Rirl), Sue Bergman, and Stcvi Pereau. Karen Langston will| act as alternate. Practice and tryouts find its way into local top tens'.'the flip "Love Is a Swingin' Thing" is still being held for the ncwjto contribute to better Millikan yell leaders. | lions. since the Sth grade when she first learned of the Marj feels that the exchange program Is very much worthwhile and hopes that she will pet the chance sides are strong contenders. jone tune in Britain. My spotlight album for this «'cck is "Twist to Radio leisure costumes will be the appropriate attire as Millikan goes cool and "kookie" for a day. The cause of this anticipated bit of rclaxa- ^oreTwisT albums"than"you could even hecin to count: many of them were band music. This particular big band sound is best described "loud" and great dance music. The Bob Keene Band docs mostly past rock and roll hits, but a new sound "Twist and tion is the Millikan Parent- Teachers Association rummage sale. In order to collect rummage for this fund-raisinTM event, students who donate any items of rummape be tween April 2-0 will re a bright and lively sound with, ccive a tag which allows I Freeze" is my favorite on tho a good orchestra riff. Both the wearer to come to ; album. Some of the oldies aro school on April G. dressed |"La Bamba," "Hucklebuck," "What'd I Say (Parts 1 and in whatever outlandish bit "What'd I Say" and "Mack 2)" is the latest waxing from 1 of attire he chooses. .the Knife." ircy^v^ ^ W'.-fv ~* *??-»- ;/V^-,.'. ;. JAVf*v 'tVv.oH^fljr^r^.* *J W*!$n . ·Bar--' .««$lrV ; IIUY n carton of Canada Dry's new taste treat, Sparkling Grapefruit, nt the regular price. It comes in convenient 16-oz. no- deposit, no-return bottles for purity nnd true flavor, GHT n 6-hottlc carton of famous Canada Dry Ginger Ale in 7-o/.. l)ottlcs for only 15ji (pltn deposit). YOU SAVE 34

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