Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 69
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Fleet Reserve Unit to Meet the Fleet Reserve Associa tion. Branch 133. will meet »t 8 f-sn. Friday at the VFW HaO, 9152 Park Ave, Bellflower. President Charles Sczutow- sld said the group ·will continue it* membership drive. Church Theme Ftshioning milady s bonnet' John Hoys Fellowship John E. Peterson. Lakewood High School history teacher, has been selected to participate in a summer institute in the humanities ( sponsored by the John Hay?! Fellows Program. 'June 23-Church, Woodruff at Bonnet \Ebell Group \Mrs. Joseph Anderson New Aid League Head* froa fresh flower*, f r u i t . ! or »hat-hive you, I - of the Hosfs Lunch 'OR»P Z of the QeU dub Mr*. Joseph Anderson wfl^issociate {assume the presidency of ' °* **"« **"* July 27. The institute wiH be held at Oregon. the University of Other L a k e w o o d faculty members who have been honored in the past with a John Hays fellowship are Mark * . . » i*»»J * B^UV** *IXIL* «4 t £JAU .». p r o s p e c t i v e members are H l n n a f o r d . social studies asked to contact Chief John' Owens at the Navy Recruiting Station in Lakewood City HalL teacher; Joanne Weinhoff, social studies teacher, and Willard Schmitt, choral rector. ' !"* Cmit ? 1 " 11 * *·» Mr$ this Saturday evening, according to Charles and Pat B i c k e r s , chairmen of the group. Assisting with plans are Bud and Rachel D o d s o n. Lou-ell and Shirley FaMet, Joe and Betty Yates. "School Daze- skit will follow dessert and coffee at m e m b e r of thecate of Recognition for ICO'Ray Larsen, and WoodroTj jhours of volunteer service Smith, vice presidents; Miltoa League at the 1 j.in, Anderson, who resides '««»the La* A^eles County | Waters, recording secretary; Instaflatioa Umcheon lat 5038 Bel'fiower Blvd, has'Health Dept. Harvey Tuttle. corresponding .__..... · ··-' beea a jjjjujbj, O f ^ jjke.1 Sen-ing with Mrs, Anderson secretary and Wffiiaa Palmer, wood AM League for the pastjWttl be Mmes. Harry Peterson.1 treasurer. - . : ; Mrs. Angela lacoboai. presi-] six years and has served in, ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - _.;. j dent of the organization for_a number of capacities. Sl6Gp6i*S Shift AfOUnd IH oGQ ~\'-l sent the gavel to Mrs. Ander-'an'* Women'i Parish Couacfl. son, who u-ill be instilled byltakewood High school P-T.A, der some humans feel tired port that the average sle«pcj Mrs. Victor Behn. Lakewood t and other civic groups, Mrj.jwhen the alarm buzzes in thejshifts position from 20 to 4a . Administrative Secretary, and'Anderson received a Certify,morning! Sleep researchers'times a eight. di- eight o'clock. The event is [open to an interested. HIBISCUS Evergreen shrubs. Flowers most of the year. Easy to grow. nt Denbl* wlitc TUBEROUS BEGONIA PLANTS yrewiag vTst. dona? wteia Boarh*. Iti. fUlt. Teflo*. Omyt. Pirple. UWNS · TIIK · JHIUIS--COMPLHI IANDSCAM JUTICE--WI Vmi HEIF TOU fUH 39!. · UWN! GREATER CENTRAL BOTTLE BRUSH d, r* Mini "VOC T,mm. / T . r f« $raw. · * 9 81 - BOUGMNV1LLEA Celerfri flavtn 99' T a b l e s were beautifully ^ p3it two yelrj ui]1 ^i A meirbet cf St Cypri . decorated with Easter bun- - - - - - nies of many sizes and color' Tul egg* nestling in a spring flower setting. The design was created by Mrs. Harold! Lamer. .The tallies were designed and made by Mrs. Harry Nissen. Also assisting Mrs. Reineking were Mmes. jWilliam Crow, C. C. Kissel |J. A. Jones and C. H. Strobele. Mrs. Waldo E. Eland, chairman, appointed the nominating committee to select candidates for the next year's slate of officers. Serving will be Mrs. William Nicol. chairman, Mrs. Edward Cafferkey and Mrs. Hugh Anderson. Voting will take place at the April meeting. Introduced to the group were two guests. Miss Marjorie Dougherty and Mrs. William B. Walker. Bridge followed the adjournment of the meeting. The door prize was won by Mrs. Cafferkey. First prize was won by Mrs. Harry Weinberg and Mrs. Nicot won second high. Mrs. Chilton J. Hammond was hostess to the board members in her home at 4137 Heather Road, March 12. CHICAGO (UPI-No woa-lfor a bedding firm (Sealy) re; k» an ma Vm^vn* fftjtl f 7rew4!rw*irt tT*«t #\» »Y*T9O» «fo#nrV 9844 ARTESIA BLVD. N U R '^ w IV OFtN SUNDAYS -- HOUIS: I Jl tt SJJ -- N« i » Sal* Jf*mi -- TO Mill SAVE Regular Meet of Bethany P-T.A. Members of Bethany Lutheran P-T-A. will hold their regular meeting April 8 at 730 p.m. in the Parish Han. Speaker for the evening will be Jack King from the General Telephone Co, who will discuss Objective Outer Space. Refreshments will be served following a brief business meeting conducted by Presi dent Jerry Grinstead. hop to It - make nahas your headquarters - everything for the big day, npril 14 SPECIAL from 10 CANDY-FILLED EASTER BASKETS and NOVELTIES . . . joyous surprises for the little easfer feasfer. .49 - -1.98 in the group: straw cowboy hat, beautifully decorated and filled to the brim with jelly rabbits, marshmallow eggs and two plastic toys, 1.98. candy-filled sand pail with shovel, .69-1.00 candy- filled trucks, boats, .79 - 1.98. candy- filled novelties for little girts include: rocking cradle, 1.98. princess telephone, 1.69... and many, many more. CUDDLY EASTER TOYS ... plush bunnies in caster egg colors, posed In adorable positions 1.00 - 6.98 A-TISKET, A-TASKET, BARGAINS for the Bosket . . . ready - to - fill caster baskets, from .10, caster grass, .15 · .29, decorative cellophane, roils, .25, packaged caster c a n d i e s , from .29. caster egg dyes, from .10. SAY IT BEAUTIFULLY with HALLMARK CARDS ... religious, contemporary . . . cards for every age group, from .10. PARTY FAVORS end TABLE DECORATIONS to please even the fussiest hostess, p l a t e s .29, napkins, from .29, table covers, from .39. abas 3008 bellflower blvd. long beach HA 5-4418 SHOES FAMILY OPEN SUNDAYS lOajn. till 6p.m. WEEKDAYS 9 a_m. »iQ9pjn. SATURDAYS 9 ojn. tfflip Ton WiH Find Plenty of FREE PARKING ct the Friendly "DISCOUNT* 1 SHOE MART! SHOPPING ^,j| SHOES IS Wby is it that family after family keep cotcla? back to us for FINE NAME. · BRAND FOOTWEAR? We consistently SAVE THEM MONEY! ... we bey fer less than regular "HIGH-PRICED" ifcoe srores; therefore w« can well cffsrd to SELL FOR LESS than yoa would expect to pay elsewhere -- here yoaH find "ALL NAME BRANDS" -- "1ST QUALITY-, -- 70.003 fun at law.low DISCOUNT PRICES! Come set for yourself . . . YOU BE THE JUDGE . . . WHY PAY MORE7 · Jamai · Jolisoiial · Fa!c«* · Town t Contry · Ma4»oh*n* · Kinri · Dtt* · Jokanxt · Lif*-Srrid* · Cluld-Lifl · I ism Ira.i · ltd Gooi* · luffaio inn* · Jtraptnj Jacli · Kcdi Children's Shoes I rVfen's Shoes lea's fomoas soaToa" Dress oJ.toS18.SS. "JoKa- Sfcoes. 57^9 'armaa Dress Shoes -: oof en. Oxfords. VaL o $14.95. s.u $G95 fric* I den's Jormaa Italian- styfe Iry league Dress Boors. Men's W. U Dress Shoes. $U.?S. Deaglas VaL to Mti's Jormaa crepe* soled Sport Oxfords. Reg. price SM.fS. MEN? WOK OlfOtOJ Scrric* Static* Torarim" T1TA-MAT1C" Imd · N*epr«B* Seles »!«. leg. H»S Sal* Prix* -- WeEsgtoi -Atwe." Boots by T*T*nt* t MO 88 Me»'» *" Work Shoes. Famous TaJr-A-Troop- trs." Reg. SI0.95. SALE PRICE Women's Shoes HI-HEELS and LO-HEELS -FAMOUS BRANDS" · ALL COLORS . · ALL SIZES VaL to SI9.95 $, DRESSY SPECTATORS By "Mademoiselle." $19.95 vol. SALE $788 PRICE-- / WOMEN'S SFRING-O-LATORS By Delmar s*r* Pri« -- DRESSY FLATTIES For Women cud Tee as Fran WOMEN'S -NUGGET DRESS WEDGIES Fran WOMEN'S -FASHION-Blir Dresiy Arch Ssyport Shoes. $14.95 ToL Sate Pric* -HARD Not iff to w» 0Kl AAAAA t* Hit »t · oil* carry mn't a*t woati't tkan N ltd 14. U?erdT*ti ·» r»r to* ... WI CAN RT TOO. _ GIRLS 1 PATENT OR WHITE PUMPS or STRAP DRESS SHOES GIRLS' STORY BOOK SADDLE OXFORDS Reg. Price S9.«. SALE PRICE GIRLS' (LARGE GROUP! CHILD LIFE" DRESS SHOES VaLto GIRLS' RED GOOSE SHOES VaL to $7.95. C '* Sde Price ^ From -- Children s Shoes BOYS' "BUFFALO BILlir DRESS SHOES $9.95 VaL Sale Price Frsra -BOYS' -- ONE GROUP! DRESS SHOES BOYS' -- "CHILD LIFE" DRESS SHOES Reg. 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