Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 62
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Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
Page 62
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P I 3 Z 5 - t«n« »aaek, C*!*.. Tleru. Ajrl t. OCIAL NEWS By AWE HOWE Tiny dolls in Easter finery surrounded by all the sewing implements necessary- to create their ensembles decked the head table as Lakewood Women's Club members honored guests at their annual Reciprocity luncheon Thursday at the Lakewood Country- Club. Lots cf familiar faces andi~ some new ones since my year were Mmes. and Messrs. as head chief of the group. Wayne Walker, Carl Grell. Special honored guests in-iWUliamGilbert. Robert Claes- cluded Mrs. Edwird Burns, son, William Kahanic, Joe President of the Los Cerritos'Schoolcra ft, Bruce Lee. and District, CF.W.C; Mrs. Cla-JMiss Nancy MikeselL and ton Watson. State Press guests Mary Nichols, and Mr. Chairman, and 23 club presi-|and Carl Roepke. dents representing top flight! · a a personnel from Los Cerritos! SOMETHLNGNEW.Amys- Distnct - itery pot fuck was held by Congratulations are in or-.Zeta Eta Chapter, Epsilon e'er for Mrs. Eugene Brock Sigma Alpha at the Bud' (newly elected prexy for next'Boyle home a p.m. or so ago.! year) resulting from the elec-'A mystery pot luck for those lions part of the day's pro-|of you. like me. who don't! gram. Also a pan of the day's know, is a dinner where ev-1 events were several harmoni-'erybody brings something.^ ou$ and humorous musical'but the dish is a secret until]/ t ~~ ~i~j~ ~n t selections by the Lake wood j the moment of serving. Seems I Of LCJ/TlDCfO DTQ High school choral group) the Zeta Etas had everything! Members of Lambda Beta (outfitted for spring in pastel from Chop Suey to Spaghetti. Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi DISTINGUISHED DIGNITARIES Reviewing plans at the Lakewood Women's Club A n n u a l Reciprocity Luncheon for their fothcoming Los Cerritos District Convention are honored guests and members (left to right) Mmes. Eugene Brock, Women's , Club program chairman; Edward Burns, president of the Los Cerritos District CFWC; Ruel Hird, Lakewood president; Bill Marian, Lakewood press chairman; and Claton Watson, CFWC press chairman. (See Social News in Lakewood.) !Po/ Luck for \Presbyterian Women W o m e n ' s Association of. Lakewood First Presbyterian C h u r c h Trill have a "Pot Lack" Luncheon in the Fel-' rowship Kan at 3955 Stude-j jaker Rd, Long Beach today at coon. New church mem-j ben will be guests-of-honor., Mrs. Edward Ahrens is in charge of the refreshments. The Rev. N. A. Moke will give the Lenten Devotional Message. Program Mill feature special music with Mrs. John Davidson as the organist and Mrs. Gordon Hathaway as soloist. The verse choir directed by Mrs. Richard Hoard assisted by Motes. William Greening. William England, Lloyd W h i t t a k e r . Clifford H o w a r d . Elmer Wright. J. WarenfeWer and Murray Mahan. will also sing. On April 5 from 7:30 to 9.30 pm, the Senior High [sponsor »n all-church tilting Fellowship c! lakewood First'paity at the "SJcate-O-Rama- Presbyterian church. willRink at m30 S. Woodruff '' FREE GROCERY DELIVERY RIGHT TO YOUR DOOR JUST PHONE YOUR ORDER IN \ CompeHfive prices la ell rfeporfmrtts Complete Line of GROCERIES, PRODUCE, MEATS, LIQUOR, BEER WIHE W* ftottr* lamt bra no's cily All neat e»t fe errftr WE SELL ONLY MANNINGS PRIME BEEF SWIFT'S PROTEN BEEF LAKEWOOD VILLAGE MARKET 4121 Norse Way-Lakewood, HA 5-1051 identical outfits of yellow and but *n were good. Enjoying the varied menu elected officers for the coming year at their last regular Chamber cf orange) and a sew-your-own fashion parade by Junior Senior memben of the t--: Ho gans. f^ Hopper,. Bob! ~ . . . ~ ~ - ~~ . [Lyons, Jerry Magills, Bob 6151 TALkED SHOP with co- McCo nigals. Chuck Roberts, horts Lisa Turner and Lynn'r^^ shepard. Ed Stout. Verberg. as well as chaiming; Jlck Trim b!e, Deryl Frye and ta^e hostess Mrs. Bin Har-jvjacg vinscn. Iatt 4 (Juacita looking chipper afUr her recent hospital riip, Mrs. Clifford RobinetteJ Los Orritos District Press-j., Chairman, and Mrs. Icy High.'. rfable hopped to greet:. fSTnlS?£ A^£$*£ "SSg the business se, Sanjth, James Woods. Rawlin ^"Lli P Zj U i5; A^ - i s!on - » surprise bridal shower Atrahamsort, Ber.nitt Miller.'^f E 00 " *TM Latin American ]Was ne T(i ( or js'iomi Phelps Ff3 Haniston, Duane Rash, 1 *~ onsu Vi/I s f?"vf S » ^^S. 1 **^]whose forthcoming marriage ^"^Mo^ '---^ Wi " ^ ^ Mjiian. Robert Lingenfelter.'Pf 1 °.' Ojylle Leas, Herald Jones,* 01 * e or TM v - V^gil Koohs, Margaret Garry.! year. meeting held at the I home of Mrs. Don Munn. Chesterbark D r i v e ; LaVewood. Members elected to serve for, the coming year were Mmes. Robert Claesson. president; Robert Foster, vice president; Wayne Walker, re"*""!cording secretary; William ,GiIbert, corresponding secre- ?J ) ' n jtary, and Miss Nancy Mik'e- uat '!sell. treasurer, and Mrs. Joe Eagene Hamilton, and Louis CnCMD/ST Hjjisen. Nice nsit. · ' Americanettes Color Guard Wins Trophv ittes colt The^Americanettes c o l o r guard, sponsored by Bellflower American Legion Post 223, f5» Lambda Beta Chapter.) Xi Theta Phi Exemplar,won first-place trophy in com- B«ti Sigma Phi. memben and .Chapter cf Beta Sigma Ph^petition at C h a v e z Ravine hubbj-s. First fun stop was'Sorority will hold their regu-,over the weekend, scoring Ure'home of Mr. and MrsJ'ar meeting at the home of p4£3 out of a possible 100| Jo3ai Foster and then on to'Mrs. William Carson, No. 2 points. thY. home of Mr. and Mrs.'R^o Alto CanaL Long Beach. 1 Ljwrence' Lee for buffet sup-'Thursday evening. ScOUt Staff Meets prrand an evening of daric- President Mrs. Roger Hu- The commissioner staff of in|.-' [lette will conduct the busi-the Lakewood Boy Scout Dis; Cpngratulating newly-elect-jness meeting. Program will be trict wiH hive a potluck din- eJ officers of the group (just'given by Mrs. William Sartin'ner meeting at 6:30 p.m. to- past election time) and enjoy-[and her topic win be-En joy-[day at St. Cyprian's parish irij the convivial company'ment of Nature.TM |haIL EASTER IS APRIL 14TH ·, '.- SUited for EaSter, 20.00. Hi/e you ever seen so much V'. fashion at such a [ov/price!iip"Linetie"tex{ured rayon wnlh a look of linen; '; completely fined jacket Fringed st/e in sand, yellow, pov. der blue. Deml- fit longer Jacr^t in coral, mint, white. Szcs 8-16, each 20.00. Misses Suits *" Haggart/s LaVewood · 5029 Hazelbrook · Lakewwd Center* ME 4-4214 BUNNY SALE BASKETBALL SHOES F«mco» Amtricti M«Vt. CuiMen for eoolntil. full ipengi iniet, cstliori fuT7y »tih«U«. 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