Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 65
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P l ? 2 5 Innn R««rJi PRESS-TELEOKAU WH., Mtrtft MM r UiS Long oeacn INDEPENDENT, Thurv, M«cch 10, im Bridge Class Dates Open The City of Lakewood Rec-j realion Department announces that registration is now being taken for a course in beginning bridge instruction. C l a s s e s will start on Wednesday, March 23, 7:30 p.m., at Boyar Park arid will continue for ten weeks. The purpose will be to introduce the game of bridge to the beginning player. Registration is being taken at the Recreation office In City Hall. A fee of $5.00 is payable at the time of regis tration. By ANNE HOWE Clever circus clowns, c o l o r f u l confetti and a carousel carried out the "big top" theme used by Welcome Stranger members for their installation Saturday eve at the Sierra Restaurant. Convivial group congratu : lated new president Mrs. Bill Pharoah on her selection, as well as Mmes. Tom Lynch, first vice president; Al Kisling, second vice president; John Rischoe, secretary, and Leon Raders, treasurer. · Beautiful job of installing done by founding prexy Pat (Mrs. Dave) Jewett. The year- old couple's club is quite unique in it's diversified activities and in it's special welcome extended to s t r a n g e guests. Long time since Bob and I have attended a club gathering, "cold," so to speak, and were we more than favorable impressed by the warm wel come we received and friendly which continued throughoul the evening. The g r o u p certainly deserves it's name of Welcome S t r a n g e r , for it's truly a friendly club. Others enjoying the dining and dancing were the Harry Collins, Hank Dreher, Everet Harper, Edwin Harveys, Davit Wickerts, John Duncans, anc Harold Mathers to name a very few. Members of the group wil hold their regular monthly luncheon-March 15, CTuesday at Anderson's Tally Ho. The "Homeless Child" a film on foster children and the com munity's effort to find home for these children, sponsorec by the Child Welfare Sen-ice; will be shown. Guests are cor ially invited to attend and may make reservations by Mpnday, March 14, with Mrs. Tom Lynch, 3410 San-Ansel- ne Ave. or Mrs. Bill Pharbah, -os Alamitos. * » » » GOOFS ARE GOOFS and uch was the case when the Lakewood Federation of Republican Women informed me that the L.B. Petroleum Club vould be the setting for their annual Fashion Show. Received a frantic call from one of the members after reading Social News politely asking me where I was going to have unch? E x p l a i n e d I had danned to sit at her table with her and she suggested that her show was going to be at the L.B. Elks Lodge-which it was. All turned out well and the show, organized by Mrs. Wai- ace Morgan, was lovely and the turnout excellent. Must :iave been spring fever. GOT AN EXTRA birthday cake around? .Los Podrinos J u v e n i l e Hall has lots of youngsters whose lives would be brighter if they could mark their birthday with a cake. Schools In the area usually donate a large number in January, but Los Podrinos officials note that they have : a large freezer at the Hall and w o u l d appreciate contributions anytime. That's all by Howe for now. Tri-City Toastmisfress Speech Contest Slated Three units of the International Toastmistress Clubs, Lakewood, Bellflower and Sudesta, will meet at the Clover Room Thursday at .7 p.m. with the Lakewood members as hostesses. At this joint meeting club representatives will compete at the area level in the second phase of the annual In ternational Speech Contest Representing the Lakewooc Club will be Mrs. Donalc Kelley. Sudesta Club winner competing is Mrs. Elmer Lyle, with Mrs. Walter Ya cano from Bellflower. Other program participants include Mmes. Leone Jack son, from the Sudesta Clul giving the invocation; Agne Crawford, Bellflower Club Pledge of Allegiance, and James Smith, Lakewood, the closing thought. Mistress of Table Topics! will be Mrs. Dale Derry, Su- desta Club, and Mrs. Gene Comer will be Toastmistress for tile evening. Hostess from the Lakewood Club include Mmes. Alfred Lkwd. Dog Obedience Class Opens A Dog Obedience Training Class, directed by Joe DeBeck, will be held at Mayfair Park, Lakewood, beginning Saturday at 11 a.m. The class will be offered free of charge to pets of children eight through 14 years old. "Dogs must be at least five and a half months old to enroll, and the instructor rer serves the right to judge the adaptability of the dog for training," DeBeck added. Participants should not bring their dogs for the sign ups and enrollment will be made on a first come, first serve basis. Parents must accompany youngsters to the training classes, and further information may be obtained by calling Mayfair Park. Brill, Hubert Gadbury, Jack innis, Randy Aiken, Robert ackett, Don Schumaker, and E. Hillyard. Tellers and timers include Mmes. Robert McCrary, Erin Mooney, John Ricketts and Jim Nassar Area Speech committee in eludes Mmes. Tom Nordbak R. A. Nardo and Alvin Hoffpauir. Judges for the contes will not be identified unti the meeting. Mrs. Lester Dolan of the Lakewood Club, winner ot the Southwest Regional Con test in 1964, will present the area winner's trophy. This winner will compete furthe on the Council level in April The event is open to the public and guests are cor dially invited to attend. THREE DRESS SHIRTS 99 then try our personalized shirt service Professional equipment gives shirts that crisp look even,the most expert home ironing can't achieve. They'tt:.starched- to your order,, of course -- light, meiiiuinj 1 h^vy, or not at all. 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