Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 70
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 70

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
Page 70
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P2 ZB IMDIHNDINT-HIIJS-miMAM Lout Inch. C«llf., limn.. «b. H. '»'» LAKEWOOD By LEE MARTIN AID LEAGUE TEA Pouring tea for Mrs. Edmund Coyne is Mrs: Joseph Verdin, chairman of today's. informational invitational membership tea of the Lakewood Aid League, being held at the Lakewood Village Community Church. Mrs. Coyne, as well as Mrs. Thomas Doran, is assisting Mrs. Verdin with arrangements for the affair. , ^ Lakewood Aid League Has Membership Tea TWO BIRTHDAYS were celebrated jointly when Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pack, 5314 Pavo St., entertained at :a birthday luncheon. The ' celebrants we're Miss Farel ·, Walker ; of Corono del -Mar, Mrs. Pack's cousin, and Miss Martha Pack, Pack's i sister. * * * · ' . . . MRS. ROY L: WALTERS, '4222 JMipomo " Ave., returned 'home "Monday from a 10-day vacation. Mrs. Walters visited for a few days with Mr. and Mrs-. Arthur' DeTitta in Hollywood, then, in. company with .-the DeTittas made the trip to Rosarita Beach and "Tijuana, in Mexico. I .HONORED AT LUNCHEON and the fashion show at Welch's last week was Mrs. Reg Howard, who left last Saturday for San Francisco, where ler husband has been trans- Rf/eyP-LA Ratifies Chairman Mrs. B. -A. Cape was ratified as thrift chairman at the recent board .meeting of James·· W. Riley P-T.A. in the school cafe- torium. Mrs. Paul Cinder will be her,'assistant.' .,.:.· Mrs. John P.. Anderson, president, announced'' that meetings for parents' of sixth grader's 'and junior high' students will be held at 9:30 a. m. each Thursday in' F.ebruary- in -the gym building at'Hoover Junior High School: · - · Plans for the:valentine's day . . ._ · parties-in. the-classrooms were'! 5813\Hanbury Ave., -over last complete( j', by . M r s . ' R o b e ' r t wpck-erid were Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher, 'room representative, and her committee of room- mothers,' Mmes. T.' C a 1 d e-'s, Henry- Click, Lawrence Englehart, ferred. The Howards have purchased . a new home in San tfateo: Feting Mrs. - Howard were Mmes. Renaldo Ba'rtolo- meo, Rustan Hicks, Harold W. Paige, Earl Johnson, Maron T. Roy, Garland · Harper! George Cain, John Setmire,-M: McGregofy, A r t h ' u ' r Steiner, George T. Stevens, and Tracy Jones. 'All , are mothers Brownies in Troop 242. . Hf * # ' * -HOUSEGUESTS of Mr.'.and M-rs. Charles M. Casperson, Members of the Lake-wood Aid League and their guests are being entertained today at the group's third informational invitational membership tea at Lakewbod V i 11 a ff\e Community Church, by Mrs. Susie Nelson, artist. "Susie" of the Sheriff John KTTV noon program. Introduced by program chairman Mrs. Henry Goerlick, Susie, doing her famous chalk drawings, is depicting the civic a n d philanthropic endeavors with which League members . are involved. · Chairman of the tea. is Mrs. ' Joseph Verdin, assisted by Mmes. Thomas Doran and'Ed- ' mund Coyne. Red, 'white and pink carnations carry out 'the valentine theme, with a floral arrangement gracing the silver tea table and carnation name tags for guests. Red carnations white driftwood bloom on tree. Mrs. William Burns, president, is greeting guests and explaining briefly the aims and Moms Meef af Carters' Twenty-one members of the DeMolay Mothers Circle met last week in the home of Mrs. Lewis Carter, 2713 Village Rd., when plans were completed for the parents to attend a play at "The Theater", last -Sunday. Plans were also made for a spaghetti dinner to be held' Sunday, March 2 at the El Dorado Park clubhouse, with the Mother's Circle and Lakewood Chapter DeMolay boys in charge, and reports were made on the chapter's collection for the "March of Dimes" and. the goals of the Aid League. The jroup has been active' in the 3reater Lakewood .'area foi several years,- devoting itself to an elastic program · of philanthropic work, welfare -work, supporting .-worthy charitable organizations" a IT e a d y' established in the area, and: participating in civic activities. The group has as its special philanthropic interest' the Foster Children's, program of the Los Angeles 'County Bureau of Public Assistance, assisting with a monthly contribution and by making available clothes and diapers for children placed in area homes. In addition, the group has also supported the construction program .of the Lakewood Youth Council, a member of the Lakewood Co r ordinating Council. League members also put in service hours at the Bellflower Health Clinic, the Carmelitas Well-Baby Clinic and the school inocualtion programs. As an organization, the League supports the Community Chest by taking'an area each year, and also encourages members to give time to other charitable and educational drives. ... Greeting guests at, the door are League members Mmes. William Barthe; Luke Balkam, Edwin Evans, Guy Halfenty, Angelo lacoboni, Regis Jeffries, Andrew Kocela; Don McCown, Joseph Manno, Lowell Robbins and John Yates. List Contest Winners in Camera Club Winners in this month's photography competition of the Lakewood Camera Club were announced Wednesday by. President Dick Bailey of 4606 Brief- week-end i.- were Mr. an Bert ' Wagner · '..of Erie, . Mich: Prior to that, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ex- of -'Detroit,'. Mich., .and their children, Daniel' and -Donna, spent.a few. days with the Caspersons. , « * ' * » DINING last Tuesday eve- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Earl, I. Anderson, ,3754 ' ' Charlemagne Ave., were Mr. and,Mrs. David Hedgepeth, who leave this week to make their home in.Houston, Tex. Hedgepeth has -just' been graduated from the Hollywood Art School. Lane, Leslie Hampton, A-lvin ; Abner Sneed and J. H. Turner. . . . -.. ^-' May 17 was chosen as the annual carnival date, and chairman Mrs. Jay Low named as her- planning committee Miss Mildred Hawley, principal, and Mmes. Anderson, Dale Brown, Robert Downing, Jess' Johnson, William Landgraf, Schumacher, Morris Schwartz a n d R a y Smiley. No Spotty future for these suits party which home of Mr. followed in the and Mrs. Oliver Fleeger, 5101 Verdura Ave. Refreshments w e r e served, with Mmes. Jim Wilson and Ruth Gearhart acting as hostesses. Considerate Thieves CHICAGO U.R--Chief Postal Inspector Jerome A. Williamson says 45 stolen wallets and purses containing the identification of owners are stuffed into mailboxes here each weekday so ' they can be returned to their owners. crest Ave. Awards for the best color slides were.won by Reed Lindbergh, Jack Brady, Bob Terry and Jerry Malley. In. and-white division,,- award ' winners were Jerry,-Marches!,'Bob Whitney, Ralph Gonzalas and Jim Murphy. Judge for the competition was Arden Nielson of the Long Beach Camera Juild. At the group's next meeting, scheduled at 7:30 p.m./Tuesday at Bancroft Junior High School, Mrs. Vella Finne will. discuss composition in photography. The speaker is a member of El Camino Real Color Pictorialist and the .Chicago Color Club. Meetings, of the Lakewood Camera Club are open to interested amateur photographers. The club meets regularly, on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Sanitone I DRY CLEANING Really does get out all the dirt I \ . ' ' ' , · " · . ALL the dirt is right! Stubborn spots and deeply, embedd.ed grime are completely flushed out. Perspira- |tion is banished, too. Your, clothes are re-turned to you. not only looking clean but so thoroughly dirt-free and spot-free that they look and feel like new a g a i n . And t h a t ' s equally true for all your other wearables --yet Sanitone is safe for even daintiest fab- Tot Lot Mothers Elect Officers New .officers were electee last week at the meeting .of Centwood division of the Preschool Tot Lot Mothers' Club to lead the group for the coming term of four months. Mrs. George McCall will serve as president with Mmes. Robert Bronson as vice-president, James Hess as secretary and Francis John as treasurer. Hostess to the group was Mrs. Don Bates, 7003 Keynote St. ' Plans for the children's valentine party Friday were discussed by those present who Speech Contest Next Thursday Annual .speech cont'estvof the-| Lakewood Toastmistress ^ Club; will ; 'be .held' at the"'-luncheon; meeting, next Thursday', at Lakewood Country Club. · Participants Mmes. Russell Greer, Chessley Rippee, Walt Cook and Maclay .Nelson wLU be'introduced by Toastmistress Mrs. Norris Lange. .Winner of the contest will compete in a Toastmistress area contest in March. "Mrs. Delbert .Prather, 5355 Paramount 'Blvd., or Mrs. Maclay Nelson, 4738. Knoxville Ave.; maybe contacted-for res-|. ervations for the 12:30 p. m. luncheon. Incs. I SAME DAY SERVICE -IN BY 10 A.M.-OUT BY 4 P.M. 'SANITONE No Extra Charge for Sam«-Doy Servic* STORE HOURS: 7:30 A.M. TO 6 P.M. We Give %C Green Stamp$ PLAZA CLEANERS SHIRT LAUNDRY 6424 E. SPRING ST. We*f of Alpha Beta Market were, in addition to the officers, Mmes. W. M. Price, J, D. Watson, Stanley Wycoff, Eldon DeLong, LJoyd Tracy, Phillip Byrd, Raymond Knowles, William Baker and Richard Cher- rcy. BETTER 111 It I. V You'll l o v e our new class for boys and girls ·at 12:30 p.m-. Sat. in Tap and Acrobatic . . . Our Ballet Rhythm Classes, 3:30 p.m. M o n . 'and W e d . ... Tiny Tots ages 3 to 41/2 take Dancing Rhythm at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. ... . My brother Jim is 8 and he takes tap .and aero on Sat. at 4 p.m. in a new Boy and Girl, class. Join now. Classes are closing soon. Ring HE 5-4811 or TO 7-8554 Today! 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