Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 72
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 72

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
Page 72
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P 19 Z 6 : Long B«*cK 'Communications' Theme at Hoover Avaricd program is planned committee were James Crawfor Hoover Jr. High P-T.A. parents and friends at the March 15 meeting at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. A p r o g r a m titled "Our Responsibility: To Encourage Better Communication" will be presented by Mrs. Roy L. B r i g g s , program chairman. Hoover Jr. High Girl Scouts will lead the pledge of alle glance, and the inspirational. Mrs. J a m e s McCormick, chairman of the nominating committee, presented for recent consideration the slate of officers for 1966-1967, and their election will take place learning, followed by a coffee many buys in appliances you at this meeting. Also on this MRS. PATRICK ROCHESTER Afternoon Wedding for Lakewood Couple ford, O r i n Seaver, Andrew 3ohn and. Seymour Kull. T h e committees featured are parent education, Mmes. Roland Blanchard, and youth jroups, Frank Sunofsky. A report on the r e c e n t fund-raising dinner at Hoover will be given by the dinner chairman, Mrs. David Schultz, d i r e c t o r of finance anc budget. Parents will adjourn to various foreign language classes to observe French, Spanish or G e r m a n fundamentals o r Lakewood Dance Class Sjgn-up Sef Registration for the next mginning ballroom d a n c e class offered by the Lakewood Recreation Department s now being taken at the Recreation office in City Hall, 5050 Clark Ave. The ten-week course will aegin on Thursday, March 17 7:30 p.m., at Mayfair Park and will include all the basic steps from cha-cha to waltz A fee of $5.00 per couple Is payable at the time of regis tration. hour in the cafeteria. ITS W O N D E R F U L the find in the Classified Ads Community Panel at Bancroft P-T.A. Meet A "Community Meeting"|ant Chief of Police, Long 'eaturing a panel of distln- Beach; Martin. De Vries, Mu- ·HlTnlt*.! T rm l«j»«». «.Iftl^__n* Jancroft Junior High School P.T.A. unit at iU March 15 meeting in the school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. A very brief business meet' ing conducted by Mrs. B. W. Lowe, unit president, wOl precede the program aranged for and introduced b y M r s . George Moore, Parent Education Chairman. Dr. Kenneth Stewart, Pres ident of Pacific Christian College, will serve as moderator of the panel consisting of William Kummer, Assist- 3each; R. Johnson, :orney-al-!aw, and Malcolm Epley, Associate Editor and Columnist of the Long Beach Independent, Press-Telegram, Their topic will be "Citizens' Responslblly for Public Morality." Following their discussion questions from the audience will be welcomed. This timely subject was presented originally a year ago at the Annual Congress for Community P l a n n i n g sponsored by the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce at which time it attracted wide- Bosic Block Out r Most Tim AKRON, Ohio (** -- The Women's S«vle* Bureau of 3oodvt»r h*s discovered at least one pises nircre basic black is no longer In fashion automobile tires. Four out of five tires made today are whitewalls. This compares with one of four as recently as 1952. spread interest The general public Is cordially Invited to attend and to remain for the coffee hour following the meeting. ,' St. Thomas E p i s c o p a l Church was the setting for the Saturday afternoon wedding uniting Jonette Ford, and Patrick Rochester. -·; The bride,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, 4853 Palo Verde Ave., Lakewood, chose a full length gown of peau de sole and chantilly lace' embroidered with seed pearls. Her dress was made especially for the wedding by her grandmother. A full fin gertlp-length veil completed her wedding ensemble. Sheila Beaufore attended the bride as Maid of Honor, assisted by bridesmaids Glenda Diggle, Carol Schroeder, Carol Rochester and Jan Duncan. The groom, son of Mr. anc Mrs. LeRoy Rochester, 6006 Gallup Ave., Lakewood, asked Jim Cross to be best man and Lee Hanna, Richard Es pirioza and R:ck Van Dyke to seat the 300 guests attending Kimberly Ford served he sister as flower girl, and lobby Perkins completed the redding party as best man. The couple are Lakewood ligh School graduates. After a reception at the Officers Club on Terminal Island, the couple left for an undisclosed itmeymoon destination. They will make their home in Bell- lower. Automatic Change WICHITA, Kan. # -- Mrs Scott Barton owns a television set with a remote contro on it. Something went wrong, she said, and every; time her phone · rings the TV set changes channels. 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