Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 30
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 30

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 30
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Aboard for Abroad .VIRGINIA DUPREY of Gillian has been selected for study in Brazil as a n e x c h a n g e student SENIOR WINS $250 ELKS SCHOLARSHIP By SANDEREEP Daa Bickley. a senior at Jordan High School. It the recipient of the $250 ETks Scholarship. . . BicUey is a lifetime member of the California Scholarship Federation and is also a member cf Jor-" din's National Honor Society. : He has a grade point average of 3.9V is active in various school dubs and plans to attend the University of California at Berkeley. As a result of winning the local scholarship he is automatically p l a c e d in state and national competition for more Elks awards. GETTING SENDOFF from Erika Wedeking (left) · of Germany is Sue Samuel, Wilson's Americans i Abroad student Country" has not been picked. ON CAMPUS Poly Musical Groups i: in Chamber Concert DlSC'iission . All These 'Oldies' 'Goodies' By CRAIG DOUGHERTY Almost every r e c o r d store in Long Beach is well stocked with a generous s u p p l y of the so-called "Oldies B u t G o o d i e s " t y p e album. AVhile s o m e l i v e u p t o their t i t l e , the majority feature f i v e or s i x big hits and fill t h e remaining gap with voices only a mother could love. A welcome exception to this general rule is f o u n d in "Oldies by the Dozen. VoL 2" on the Parkway labeL It can honestly be said that this LP contains more big hits by the original artists thnn any other newly released album cf its type. Some of the tunes presented a r e Freddy Cannon's 'Way Down Y o n d e r in New Orleans'* and "Palisades Park," Frankio Lymon's g r e a t 'Why Do Fools Fall In Love," "WUd One" from Bobby Rydell, and "Tossin" and Tumin'" by Bobby Lewis. Additional discs offered include the DovelTs "Bristol Stomp," Bfflie and LuTIe'l "La De Dah" and Chubby Checker with "Let's Twist Again." LOCAL FOLK * favorite FOND FAREWELL Jim Keck, Jordan's new student body president, gives his predecessor. Mike Cronkite, a gentle assist from the school's top s t u d e n t office. POLY CHOIR TO'BE LED! 6Y HAIRSTON Jesier Hiirston of Hollywood fame win combine KU talents with the Long Beach Poly A Cappdla Choir In a student assembly on Thursday. March 12. . ·{-'·'. Hairstoa his appeared ta numerous television films and strips portraying many different charcten, including -Leroy" la the "Amos and Andy" series. : Most cf the musical program will consist of folk songs since Hairstoa is known universally for his arrangements and interpretations of legendary compositions. Robert L. Collins, director of vocal music, is la charge of the arrangements. ONLY.FITTLV John Voight gets pre-fitting of graduation gown from Chen Burns. Rest ol I9W class gowns will be fitted at Jordan High School this Wednesday. LANE'S PRESENTS ITS "BIGGEST" SRIE OF THE YEftR ^^^^ Lane's will take any furniture in trade including chairs, lamps, sofas, desks, tables, sectionals, etc... ICome in and trade--you'll be glad you did. eouCHEtrr Long Beach Poly"s annual tional Forensic League. Oiher bomber Concert featuring'officers are Mike WindelL Chamber Orchestra, A vice president; Jean Schroten- __, -Hi Choir and Chorale'boer. secretary; Anji Collins, i-iU be presented Sunday at! publicity chairman; and Becky ·T:30 p.m. at the California'Houser. social chairman. Heights Methodist Church.} 17 Honore.l Siiby Road and Orange Aye- 5^^ Po iy $mde nts me. There is no admission' rharge. Key Club Elects Greg Grime is the new ^resident of the Lakewood '·£ Key Club. Other new ·jfficers are · Rick Bledsoe, have received the Two- Jeweled "L," highest service award. In All-Star Hand Don Burk and Allyson CadweU have been selected to secretary; Mark Diet- 'fifix," treasurer; John Gloger, "tyifarinn- end Howard Bur- 'y*ft r .' sergeant-at-arms. I Dance Saturday /Jfhe Long Beach' Youth Symphony Band, an - Long Beach high school organization,- will sponsor , Siiirday in the ^cnrj* gymnasium. ·"tir* Heads League ~~ Wendy Sutherland is Band. Leads Pepsters Senior Don Nobles is the new president cf the MilHkan Pep Chib. CadeU Win Awards Seven Poly cadets have received the U.S. Army's aca- · dance demic achievement 'awards MiEikan {or ROTC Jtu ients. They are Frank Stirling. Edward Os- bum. Paul Slavish, David the Paul Chaffee, Louis Humphrey, sewly elected president of the! Michael Bonner and Steven Tim Morgon is back on the airways with a great version cf "Follow the Drinking G o u r d . " The song, which was initiated by slaves escaping via the underground railroad, is dor.e in Morgon's famed smooth and uncluttered manner. The only thing that plagues this and other Morgon records is the name cf the record libel. Fink. While this might stimulate a chuckle from some people It is_ Sa poor taste and Es certainly not representative of a fine artist IDce Morgon. Jack Jones, acclaimed as one cf today's best vocalists, h a s scored another point with h i s excellent new single entitled "Love · With The Proper Stranger." For once it is refreshing to listen to a record that lacks loud, thundering electric guitars and a British accent. This tune, like "Wives: and Lovers," will once a g a i n return Jack Jones' name to the hit list where it belongs. LL IX IfUX '·'£ Five Lakewood High students, from left, Lany Gerke, Tim McCarty (with ;*X%un), Richard VesnesM, Diana Coley and Karen Bongers rehearse for Feb. *·"*: 28 Thespianantics show starting at 8 pjn. in auditorium at the high school. Trade In Your Old . . . SOFA I (Any Condition) on a New One Trade In Your Old ... 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