Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 62
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 62

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 62
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JVo Money Down U[ to 5 years to pay FHA Terms -- J5% Interest July Special on Block Walls Your y.uii becomes an esule w i t h .t K-.iu- t r f n l , permanent block w a l l , l-'ircprool. rw- prnof .met m.iintctuncc free-, ii w i l l look just ·^ £00(1 20 years from now ai it *ltx-s t'ni.iy. ll" you buy now, you'll he plt.ivintlv M J T - priietl at the lew price. 9/'C-» Toflil) illld H l f f ) D.I)' DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS PODOI Addition * Patlai · Wall! /-cncej · frVep/ocer 3626 LONG BEACH BLVD., L O N G BEACH 7. CALIF. OPHNT 4 NIGHTS . . . Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Mondays 9:30 A.M. to 9:15 P.M. . . . Othei Days io 5:30 P.M. No Money Down No down payment on ANYTHING you buy at Scars on credit! SEARS Long; Beach __ Terrific ·-! , value nt l.alior iii«- Let Scars ilnw i o u l n i w to t u r n your home i n t o a s h o w - p l a c e with pleated custom ilr.ipc-rics in tlu-sc ^or^cous fabrics, m c h u i m ^ r.iu-r; .inticjuc s.ltins! IIKTTElt 3 . Choice tl' rayon K m ties, satin b.ui,s .,nl hibur inrlmloii Phone Today for EREE E s t i m a t e in Your Home Decorator-consultant w i l l call with samples, t.ikc ..iuir.,u incasurcmcnls help you make ri^ht selection. NO obligation. "Satisfac«io n ff »,an,«d O Downtown Lon.a Beach W H A Y W J R NAME MEANS ||KAR MISS RULE: We would like genealogy on NORTON--C. N.. Mrs. G. R Long Reach; Mrs. L. M, West- minsler. C.N, G.R., L.M.: NORTON- IS traced to Theobald le Ryngville of French Normandy who migrated to I:ng- land and settled at the town of King's Norton, Worcestershire, about IOG6. King's Norton represented "The King's North-Estate." Progeny of Theobald de Ryngville assumed the town name Norton as their own, replacing ihejr old French n a m e . Other descendants procured a large manorial estate in Bedford- shire in the 1400s. More than 40 coats-of-arms are held by vaiious family branches. The shield of t h e Nortons of King's Norton has three silver seashells on a diagonal stripe between two black rampant lions on a silver shield. John Norton of England came to America in 1K!5 and was a noted early New England church paslor. DEAR MISS RULE: K i n d l y give genealogy on PATTIS- 1IALL--Mrs. T. P., Torrance. T. P.: PATTISHALL originated as an English geographical description. The 13th century source phrase was Patps- Hulle, located in Northamp- tonshire, deciphered as "Patrick's Hill." Patrick was from the Latin word "palricius" meaning "noble one." Old Bedfordshire parchments of 1273 list John de Patesliulle, a primary recorded forebear. The Pattishall coal-of-arms has a black stripe between three blue crescents on a silver shield. DEAR MISS RULE: Pleas* explain M c K R I L L.--J. C., Paramount. J. C.: M c K R I L L is from Antrim, Ireland. A thousand years ago the source, Mac- Hiearghail, revealed "Sons of super-valor," a very complimentary designation. The ancient Gaelic clan name was respelled dialectic-ally as Mac- Kerrell, MaclCrell, then Mac- Krill. DEAR MISS RULE: Would you analyze BLANCHARD.-A. B., Long Beach; D. B., Los Alamitos. A. B., D. B., BI.ANCHARD originated in France, but many descendants migrated to Britain in the 12th and 13th centuries. In both countries this name began as "BLANCHARD," an ancient soldier name meaning "Blond-bold one." Blanchards were recorded in Lancashire, England, as early as 1332. Their coat-of- arms has a gold chevron between two gold coins and a gold griffin head on a red shield. DEAR MISS RULE: We wish the origin of PANNETON.--R. P., Long Beach. R. P.: PANNETON, according to traditions, was given to descendants from the an- ^Cpntinued on Page 6J

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