Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 29
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 29

Long Beach, California
Issue Date:
Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 29
Start Free Trial

\V Cheering News Due '. h i · f . . ^--' · . " ' ' . " ' CHEERLEADERS Hal Elaine and Kerry Newkirk (above) get ready to judge -^ the upcoming'cheerleader tryouts at L a k e w o o d . Sara McDonald (below) * prepares to tote up point score in Lancerette tryouts which start Monday. ·: St. Anthony jf Coed Picked tf for Scoutfest ·By MARGARET McCORKLE ·J$ Stephanie Mallon. St. An- .Jhony High junior, has been Delected to participate in the ^Senior Girl Scout Campus ^SCocference to be held during "nhe summer at Cazenovia * JCoEege, New York. Stephanie vyas one of 19 California girls 'selected for the conference. !··' The Region XII Selections ·^Committee based their choice ;.4a applications and letters "·Jabout home life and the Tine ^rirts. Being the oldest of 12 · C h i l d r e n , Stephanie hie plenty of first-hand home ex I yeriencej to relate. X S t e p h a n i e became i jirownie in the second grade ·'ind worked her way up to J STFLE PARADE 3-Piece Ensemble for Easter Harmony Just in time for the Easter holidays ahead is this charming three-piece suit on display, at Harris- Aire, 4620 Atlantic Ave. M o d e l i n g t h i s Stann l n g crea- t i o n i s Kathy Me- Cart,aUke- wood junior. The cardigan Jacket f e a t u r e s three - quarter l e n g t h . sleeves, a V-shaped neck, and a double-breasted front. Both the jacket and the straight skirt are fully lined. Accentuating this outfit is a cotton blouse which has a ruffled V-neck and ruffled sleeves. This blouse is perfect^ designed and fit to harmonize By CAROLYN KNAPTON with the lines at the rait. Editor Picked for Corydoii Carolyn Knapton has assumed the post of editor-in- chief of the MiHikan Corydon for the new spring semester Assisting her are Kath; THIS RAYON and cotton suit comes in lilac and pink. It is priced at 9-S5. C o m b i n i n g femininity with the latest fashion tricks, this suit is sure to be a sensation for the festivities ahead. CSF President Judy Green is the new pres [dent of the MiHitia chapte of the California Scholarshi Federation. Other new off cers are Mary Kohn, vice president; Janice Dull, recort ing secretary; Mary Winthro] corresponding secretary; Paul Chitlick, treasurer. Mentor Talks Dick Perry, Long Beac S t a t e College basketball coach, addressed the Pol Boys' League at its firs meeting of the s p r i n semester. KATHY McCART Fashion Tricks Two Seniors Win Highest Lakewood Service Award By SID FISHMAN L a k e w o o d High Schootjaward, the Jeweled "L", !n Yadon, first page editor. Karin seniors Judy Cape and Dar- a recent assembly. * A\4Vi4f I l i J V |»*£^ ^\A4bU« , X^CU fcU i ^(-^USJt * l«U*4jr ^-»^^ XMA i^tH-l, Smith assistant; Richard Chur, lene Lorenz were recipients! second page editor, Jan Har-j rison, assistant; Donna Fava-j loro, third page editor, KG W e s t burg, assistant; and Champ White, sports editor,' Phil Nameth, assistant of the school's highest service I T ' S O . K . T O O W E K A Y ! NOW... f he enf/re family ton enjoy their favorite program for jusf pennies o day. 1 Avoid Family Quarrels-Make the Kids Happy! . en/ member of t farSj can taiJf carry Ibis TV to cay rcoml I*} 16* tooldl-proof picture tube. Ooe-lncb control »it1i Semmeted dioanel indicator end eutsmatie gout control for iteadicr pictur* end core trjoyrr.eet. Ceoutlful two-tone dec crater it/ed Tra-SHm cabin ell Sanaliotut ScritgJ JUtrodrft 2-ToMOstI Emerson Stereo Portable Phono tmxto TO $29 88 NO MONIY DOWN · SI A WKK tal txflfa ·:* Kiid Ad l-if itmnli w-si exlcuvn. (rcarl fJjv. Oncd fc» pried PREXY Tom Blackburn is new student body president at Lakewood campus. HIGH F1WS r ^ Hero Poll Finds Teen Fans Split rf : ByNORMWIlKY . jj EdUcr-la-Chief, Twn Tempo ' f,', American history is resets with th? names of great eaden. outstanding individuals: George Wtshiogtcas. Abraham Lincoln*. Thomas Edisons. Robert Frosts.- lad more. Minim High students recently were polled regarding the American they respected most, and all fair came up with thought-provoking answers; each opinion was weQ thought-out and amply justified, and the very uniqueness of some of the responses added to their value. ' l Th« art of making people laugh." began Pat Taylor, *i» one which very few individuals possess. One man that is capable of making people enjoy themselves and forget their problems is Bob Hope. He has given of himself tirelessly in order to entertain the troops abroad at Christ- ; WH.IY' ·' mas time; Bob Hope donates of his talent to benefits tor charities and hospitals." ' « Allen Wolfe chose Thomas Jefferson as the person ha most admires. "One of the greatest and most cherished documents in America Is the Declaration of Independence. upon this parchment Thomas Jefferson ably stated tha rights of man and the wrongs committed by the British again the colonies in America. Jefferson was a man 'of vision who believed in the rights of free men. It was this far-reaching spirit and loyalty to his nation that made tiTrn a great figure in American history and a man to be highly respected." MilITKANTTE Pha Nameth'picked a highly-controversial figure but presented a good deal of cogent argument in his defense. "Benedict Arnold," was hit response. "Despite his grave public image, he was a great general in the colonial army. In the Revolutionary War, he stopped the British forces at Ticonderoga. Although he later Betrayed his country's cause, Benedict Arnold was on$'cf Washington's ablest generals," concluded PhiL * '2; Attempting to name one outstanding person was. understandably, a leviathan task for Betsy Buchalter, aid rather than dp so she placed her accolades on the entirs nation. "Practically every person in these United States has done something worth admiring, whether large or «TM'«TI_ Rather than Jingle out some prominent personage, the American people as a whole are deserving of admiration." Both girls earned ISO more points based on service a the school and fnmmi in such areas as student go' eminent, club activities, fin arts and athletics. The Gold "L", presented to those who have earned 100 points, went to II seniors. They were Dora Barnett, Dennis Heffley, Monica Hyland, Laurie Jones, Diane Knapp, Al Krasner, Karen lieberman, Cynthia Lopez. Nina Meister, Lorraine Schulrnan and Diana The awards in the form of gold pins in shape of an *L' were presented to these seniors by principal Harold L Judson. Anchor dub Head Cheri Burns has been elect ed president of the Anchor Club, Jordan girls' service organization, for the spring 'semester. EDITORIAL COTAB Norm Wilky (left), new editor-in-chief of the "High Life," Poly newspaper, gets tips from his predecessor in the job, Gary Gilbert. MAKE THE1 between WONDER and any other bread the difference the difference TASTE the difference 319 PINE AYE. DOWNTOWN LONG IEACH 1 UTXWUUS Lltannrf^w. ffcxtintf M t^tl*"* -- O fc« **· "cart OHM WOMBAT nt FtlBAT fill fAK AN9 SHOr IN ANT tOT n»* HI «.»ja 5208 Lakewood Bl. LAKEWOOO CENTTR n. WI M727 OMN UON..THOIS.-HI. EYIS. -tent »i nu HIVHS," Ynr Afte**t OfemfJ 1* J M!**fn tm Bfft · iMt fc«* . l*met . la hp 1m fxxt ' Ul Vl · to« tm . !··»* · tm In New WONDER "Soft Whirled" Has No Holes-Perfect Texture Prove it to j-ocndf. Serve your family the bread that has a difference 700 can tee...* difference you can/«rf ...ardidiflereix^j-ora can tirff. Wonder ""Soft \\Tiiricd"* his perfect tertore-- has zx boles. AnJ every (See has that Uxaaas ffavor that has made VVondir a favorite all over the coontry. Get new Wonder ""Sort ' Bread today and make the triple test yourself. '»*«. CONT1KIN7JU SAUN9 COM/A.TT, Helps Build Strong Bodies 12 Ways !«

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free