Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 78
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 78

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 78
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en v -a ui E DUALITY ninl PLANNED ROOM ADDITIONS M. B. JELAVICH Your remodeled home wilt only be as aHractive and convenient as {he ideas incorporated by the designer you use. Bedrooms, baths and dressing rooms, kitchens and family rooms designed with a style to compliment your home and satisfy your neods. General Contractor · Licensed Insured FHA Termt · Waiver of Liens for Work and Material · GE 1-6929 Makeshift Theater By Caroline Coleman SCREEN DOORS A TRUCK LOAD ALL ALUMINUM --READY TO INSTALL Building 6- Electrical s \] ·· i» 1.11-: s · DO-IT-YOURSELF · DO PART OF !T YOURSELF · LET US DO IT FOR YOU 3I-IC Specials 36"l36" 30"l36" 30"x«" FULL FRAME ALUMINUM WINDOW $4 SCREENS i 149 KITCHEN CABINETS ALTERATIONS · ADDITIONS · BUILDING MATERIALS · PLYWOOD · HARDWOOD · HARDWARE · LIGHTING FIXTURES · SCREENS · K3RMICA SINK TOPS · RADIO GARAGE DOOR OPENERS · WINDOW GLASS · FOLDING DOORS · WINDOWS · COLORED GLASS DOORS · U.DO-IT AWNINGS. 5439 Cherry Ave. Between South St. and Del Amo Blvd. MORRISON -KEMPER, INC. Building and Eleclrical Supplies ant i B»JS -- t .5 C* 2-0996 Travel With Delaplane in Southland September and the """' new school term, drama classes of the Paramount High School will be all set with a theater. Of course, it's half of the Senior English classroom -but it has a furnished living room, a painted landscape, lights, sound effects, a telephone that rings, a 30-foot curtain, a foyer. It's name, appropriately enough, i s Makeshift Theater. The story of the theater reflects the enterprise of students and teacher. Ginger Friedman, for some years associated with Lakewood Players and the Magnolia Theatre of Long Beach, taught drama Ihis past year at Paramount High School, 14429 S. Downey Ave., Paramount. IN JANUARY, her 1^-hour long, two-scene, once-act play "Danger! Sharp Curve" was produced at Long Beach State College. Her drama pupils then decided to stage it at Paramount High. They needed a stage. Desks and seats were pushed to one side of the room. Roy Williams, w i t h real dramatic flair, designed and painted the setting -- a car dealer's home in a town which has a road with a sharp S curve. (The plot is that the car denier, the doctor, and liie mortician profit from accidents on the dangerous curve --and the rest of the town live on them.) Jerry Brickley painted [he landscape with the curve. Terry Nielsen recorded tire squeaks, crashes and an explosion for sound effects. Gaylyn Bonjour and Tip Rouse rigged up the lighting system, the bulbs shaded by pieces of tin cans. All stage lights go on or off with the flick of one switch. Teachers, pupils and their families contributed furniture. A 30-FOOT length of muslin, resurrected from the art department where it had been used as a drop cloth, was full of powdered blue paint. Mike Butler took it to the Los Angeles River, sloshed it up and down in the current and CHOOSE THE POOL COMPANY WITH THE PERFECT RECORD . for qualify \vifh a balanced price PICK YOUR SHAPE 100% FINANCING 5 YEARS TO PAY 20 There are no pitfalls when you choose a ROYAt POOL . qualify built by th« company with a perfect record. You can 90 Royal without worry or confusion about the cost. All Royal prices include heater . . . and one contract includes everything --you deal with one company. Royal designs custom shapes to fit any location. Competitively priced frpm 41.66 per mo. ROYAL DISPLAY POOLS AT 8702 Garden Grove Blvd., J W !.!· -· ? AR 9 E /i GROVE ' V3400 Ventura Blvd., Sh»r Orange County JE. 4-1216 Long Beach WA 5-1618 IF TOU .. :c4tl COLLECT

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