Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 74
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 74

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
Page 74
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P l l Z S MtllTTlICIAM. r«4., T». Tl. 1M« «fc a. na By ANNE HOWE . f ' . Candy valentines and flying cupid centerpieces '-carried out the evening's theme when Lakewood Rotary-Anns honored their husbands a rxra. or so ago at the Long Beach Yacht Club. Enjoying the before dinnerj dancing and some stimulating ter Hooley. Richard Robin- conversation were the Onie | son, Robert Baker. Betty Lo- Connors, Ernie Boles. Hal | max and guests. Mines. M. D. Balls (he's head man), George McKeown and Lois Ceniceros. New Dance and Bridge Class at Lkwd. YWCA Hawaiian dance tnd bridgejClasses on Thursday and In- classes top the spring term at.termediate and Advanced on the Ukewood YWCA. 5401 Wednesdays win be offered. Centralia. Mrs. Bernice Bank-} The popular H a w a i i a n |man, bridge instructor, an-'dance classes are offered to nounces that play of the hand,women and girls of all ages, win be emphasized, and providing the attainment of classes will be limited to 20'grace and poise with relaxa- in order to give more person-jtion. Joyce Killingsworth is Headers. Tommy Thompsons, Jo Ottos (back from their THOSE Lakewood Juniors African safari). Ted Sullivans, are at it again. February has Rosi Bigelows. Wiley Gar-jbeen chosen by the CF.W.C, tlized assistance. Beginners the instructor. Four years old is the minimum age for children in ballet classes, with Cheri Burns as teacher. Both beginners and advanced classes will be St. Timothy Ladies Guild Circles Meet provided. Registration f o r t h e s e classes may be made on February 26 and 27th, anc Lois Circle will meet today .brochures will be supplied Mrs. Rustan Hicks, Dr. and for underprivileged youngs-| Mrs. Julius Robbins and more, ten In Tiajuana. Members of Certainly Is a beautiful set- the group have already made ting for a dinner dance trip south of the border] iting. [carrying w i t h them 230 | pounds of the above men- SORT OF AN international tioned objects, and plan to theme at St Thomas of Can-|go again shortly, terbury Episcopal Church this^working especially hard week. On Friday evening this project include Mines, members of this congregation 1 Argus Dilbecfc. Dale Boerrig- wiU Join Temple Beth Zkxn'ter. William Tuchscher, Peter for their annual Brotherhood Brombach and John Pugh, lervice at the Del Amo'Such energy. Temple, and on Saturday eve- That's all by Howe for now. ning some of the same group will be treated to an Evening wffl be James EHhan. Lydia Circle will meet tonight at 8 p.rn, at the home of Mrs. Phillip Moore, 3921 The YWCA Is a of United Way, Inc. [be given by Mrs. Kenneth Schiller. Eunice Circle will meet at 8 p-tn. Friday in the home ol Mrs. Harold Lippold, 3222 Centralia. with Mrs. Hirry Anderson assisting as co- hostess. Mrs. Philip will give 4. in Japan featuring entertain- !";· ment by Lyn Madrigal, LB. *· ' Civic Opera; Japanese song-' -' j bird Joyce Fukuhara; dancing ·^ · j by Kathy Harada arid an ei-l - ] hibition of Karate and Judo ; · i by the Ogden Studio. - j. Special note about the din; I ner. It Is Japanese, of course, but it will be served by the dance Sweethearts Ball for Dance Club member Two H.LM., Awards at Gant Meet A standing ovation was given Miss Lucy Armstrong, retiring principal of Minnie Gant School, by the members of the Gant P-TA Tuesday afternoon, when sne was Bible Study. awarded a National P-TA Two Circles, Dorcas and Honorary Life Membership, Hearts and love bird, , were Priscilla. will meet at 8 pjn. Monday. Dorcas will meet at the home of Mrs. Ellis Dawson, 5723 Eckelson; Mrs. Joyce Mooney will give the Bible Study. Mrs. Charles Finnegan will open her home highest award a P-T.A. unit can give. Miss Mary Lynch. awarded a Calif. cf the Sophisticates * ' Womenof Grace Presbyterian | Dance dub. Reigning as King I Church. Both evenings are. of , and Queen for the Sweet* J course open to the public, but hearts Bafl were Jerry Bur- I a slight charge of £2 per per- gett and Janice Moulton -. '-son for tie dinner is being wearing crowns and robes of -.-made. Those interested are deep puVple trimmed in white and Mrs. Allen Riley will be the Bible Study leader. Five Circles will meet at 8 pm. Tuesday. Mary meets at the home of Mrs. Gerald Jinsky, 6232 Arbor Rd. Mrs. orary Life Membership, announced Mrs. Lester Berry, P-TA. president. Misj Lynch's fourth grade class had just given a Japanese puppet show with puppets, costumes, props and script they had - ·· (Ice. We had the privilege of be- a box of candy. Girls attending in their pretty party dresses were · j Ing able to attend two presented h e a r t corsages. Brotherhood services at dif- Jean Boyd and Dan Paddock ferent churches during this were the lucky couple receiv- particular week last year and found that there was a great deal of similarity of thought language _ even though the * ' might be different. " ' PAINTINGS and potlucks are the key to Beta Alpha. EpsOon Sigma Alpha activities this month. Members ing a box of candy. New Cha Cha steps were shown by Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Share, instructors, and reviewed the English Quick Step and the SimVi. Disc · Jockey Michael B. Dean of Station KLFM, played popular recoeds for the remainder of the evening's were treated to report on'dancing and games. Mr. Dean the life of Michelangelo presented by Mrs. Milton Plantin at their meeting in Mrs. 1 Roger RusselFs La Habra home. They also had occasion to view originals done by J o s e p h MaHord, William Turner acquired from a priv- presented each member present with a record. In keeping with the Valentine theme. Heart cookies wrre served with punch. Host anji hostess for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Upton. The North Lakewood Little ate collection by Mrs. Edmund Coyne. Mrs. Coyne viewed the Little League Signup I Turner exhibit at the National ' r I Gallery of Art in Washington., D.C, list summer and presented a great deal of background information along with the paintings. Movies of the Coyne's east- em trip were shown at the I group's pot luck dinner held at the Coyne residence. 1 Among those attending the ·' fun events were Mmei. .S. Charles Stevens. J o s e p h · j" O'ConneD, Don McCown, Les-'Baker. 'Focus on Freedom' .akewood Hi Topic Lakewood Senior High P-ithe honor. The honor is two- A will "Focus or. Freedom~ifo!d. Not only does it show hen they convene in the the respect earned by the re- heel cafeteria February 25 cipient in his community, the 7:30 pja. Speech students money contributed in their ·lected by Arnold Marlon of!name helps further the educate English Department, will tion of our future teachers by articjpate in the programJmaking loans available ta leir subject will be "Our them without interest. American Heritage." appropriately, for this month we elebrate the birth of two ofj ur country 1 ! great men. shington. Past Presidents wood's P-TA will be honored GYM GYM ItTl be the students versus the faculty Friday at Washington Jr. High. The friendly battle, called a "gym gym," will take place in the gym from 7 to 9 p. m. with both sides competing in a basketball playoff. Here two students and a teacher vie during a practice warm-up. Event is sponsored by the P-T.A. and school's physical education department Refreshments will be served following the game. Special Paramount P-T.A. Council Session Slated AH P a r a m o u n t Counnlmeeting has been set fo Hon- 9-30 » m at the home cf MrsJraount Council P-TA meeting Robert Elliott, 16542 Virginia [Wednesday, February 26, 7:30 Avt, Paramount, when all pjn. at the Theodore Roose- chairmen win assemble their) velt School. 8171 Golden Ave, yeariy reports. Luncheon will Paramount. demonstration th In the short business meeting conducted by Mrs. Harry president, the comi- committee elected in braham Lincoln and George jjauuy, ^m submit the Vashington. names of those who have con- of Lake- sented to run for office for the next school year. Noxnina- the traditional salute toltions can be made from the wander*! Day. Honorary life floor, and an election will be lemberships win be present-jheld at the regular March d to citizens deserving of meeting. SHELL GET SUPER SHELL WITH TCP AT YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD SHELL SERVICE CENTERS home. 1S030 Canehill, Ben- lower, and Mrs. Dennis De Tong will give Bible Study. lebecca Circle will be enter- ained in the home of Mrs. K e n n e t h Hudson. 12201 Martha Ann Dr, Los Alaml- tos, and Bible Study by Mrs. Kenneth Walker. Mrs. Donald Christofferson win open her home at 4618, Jstrom to the members cf Esther Circle and Mrs. Philip Erdahl wiU give Bible Study. Mrs. Thomas Kerr wiH hostess the Martha Circle in her home at 32 43 Shadypark Ave, with Bible Study being given by Mrs. Duane Mahlen. YMCA in Los Altos Receives $9,125 Check A $9,12"3 check was presented by Leon Foreman, president of the Los Altos bow. when a student, dressed as a telegram delivery boy. rushed down the aisle to present the telegram to Miss Lynch announcing her award. Miss Lynch has been a teacher at Gant for eight years and is active with helping youth both on the job and through her church. Mrs. Donald Sprague. Honorary life Membership Chairman, awarded the National president. | P-TA Founders Day wffl A similar council officers be commemorated, and two "Honorary Life Membership Awards" wQl be presented by the committee to two selected persons worthy of this highest P-TA honor. Mrs. Robert Hillyard, council president, extends an invitation to P-TA members of all schools in the Paramount district. Hostesses for the evening Women Plan Luau Lunch at Hospital On Feb. 22nd wood Women's the Lake- Club will Life to Miss Armstrong, who'cater a luaii luncheon for the retired last June because c f ' i n d o o r Sports Club at thej ill health. Miss Armstrong Rancho Los Amigos Hospital ( taught for the lite Miss Miu-lin Downey. The members wffl nie Gant, the schooFs n a m e - p r o v i d e a most delicious sake, when she was a princi- lunch of Hawaiian delicacies. | will be Theodore Roosevelt School P-TA. members. pal and was also her close friend. Birthdays will be celebrated with cakes and a small monetary gift. The afternoon's en- Dairy Valley Toastmistress Week Slated Mrs. Frank Leal, wife of the, . . , - * , , . - , i^ -n -j ,, - -- Mayor of the Citv of Dairv tea lhe Lakewood Women's .Queen, will preside League will hold final signups, y, Men to Clyde Bronn, pres- v ,jL v .-j , mem vl r ,,* i-v/ Club hopes to increase club the Job's Daughters for 9 to 15-year-old boys from ident cf e ^ Mtos YMCA wood Toastmistress Club will participation ia many activi- No. 240 exemplification, 7 to 9 pjn. T h u r s d a y tt Board of Management ' Toastmistress Club wul ., .,_ t ... : _, . 1 ,,_ ,, .,,,.. Do/e Set for LW. O.E.S. Meet Star of Lakewood Chapter No. 617 Order of the Eastern Star wiH have an ante-room tertainment will be Hawaiian meeting on Tuesday, Febru- music. . ary 25, at 8 pm. at the Feb. 23rd is the day the Monte Vista Masonic Tern- club especially honors the^le. 1120 East Market Street, veterans at the Long Beach North Long Beach. Mrs. Mary Veteran's Hospital Coffee,|Ann Dowell, Worthy Matron tea, cookies, and entertain-1will preside, ment are all provided by club) Following the meeting Miss members. In sponsoring thi$ ( Nancy Carroll. H o n o r e d during Bethel [SHELL] VMbf BELLrLOWfR SHELL SERVICE TiM-Vp e»i Irelt Strrlct Opel « AU..1J M1d.!«Ht Nft« Libricotioi Aritiia Downey Ar,, Belf, 810-5446 [SHELL] NMfe/ BURTON'S SHELL SERVICE Aattorrxed Iisptctioi eirJ test oil cf lot static! for aatt-«mef 4evlct AlondraWoodrufiAr.Bir. 668-2616 BOUKA'S SHELL SERVICE A0oKofciTf Club f S.. CaM. Appretci Senice. J4-Vr. TOW'IIJ cad EneraeBCT Senrlea UN S-ltll. If tamwcr. UNS4JI2 12005 Sooth Elaine, Arttsla COCHRAH'S SHELL SERVICE [SHELL) v^f Irekci -- T«»»-Up Artonotic Trcaumssioi Dtl Ama Woodruff, Lkwtf. HA 5-3245 Roosevelt Junior High School cafetorium. P r e s i d e n t Bill Young announced. second hold open-house at her home. Brotherhood Week pledge the Vs Men made for the new Olympic-sized swimming pool at the Los Altos breakfast and a carnival to 3 pin. to kick-off "Toast- m i s t r e s s Week in Dairy ties at the hospital Among Mrs. Rowena Lochridje, the special services the club chairman, and her committee, has contributed is the month-JMrnes. Marian Cross, Nancy ly escort service, wardparties,,Chamberl3in, and Corbett stamps and coupon books, Lochridge will serve refresh- Brotherhood Week has been YMCA. Vs Men raised the Demonstrations of the ad- proclaimed for Feb. 16-22 by money by selling Christmas v a n t ages of Toastmistress Lakewood Mayor Robert W. trees, staging a pancake club Inc. win be presented by several members of the Lakewood Toastmistress club. Any women interested in gaining a greater freedom cf expression and skill in dealing with daily affairs at home, on the job or as a citizen of their community is welcome to attend. Further Information may be obtained by contacting ;Mn. Frank Leal, or Mrs. Eugene Comer, membership chairman. and a decorated Christmas tree and party during the ments. AH members of the OES are invited to attend. Bcrcus Drugs 1 Refurbishes Lunch Counter ' The lunch counter at Bar' ens Rexall Drugs, BeQflower Boulevard and Spring Street, hat been refurbished and is now operating cnder the | name cf "Neva's," owner Al Barcoj announced today. Proprietor Will Rasch, who 'also manages the Clouds Res- 'taurant at Long Beach Municipal Airport, said the name :of the new enterprise boners ias 15 - year · old daughter, | Neva, a ninth grader at Stanford Junior High SchooL Rasch said the counter wul be open tiH 10 p.m. daily, with hmches served cnta 8JO pjn. AKAIRS OF S)VirE This gentleman in cap and high-topped shoes, peering into his shabby briefcase, is the British Minister of Science, Quinton Hogg. Hogg was waiting for his flight at London airport where he and P r i m e Minister Sir Akc Douglas-Home kft for a vacation En Scotland. Clerk, Treasurer to Attend Parley Lakewood City Clerk Jo Bennitt and Treasurer Robert L. McGce wul represent the city at a combined meeting of city clerks, city treasurers and finance officers at Pa!m Springs Friday. Try rig/it for expert shirt laundry service We stirdi irti to ctla--li^tt, ncdrta or hary or cone it ilL Tfe jive t*"* that jlui profcuiocul fioish. 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