Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1964
Page 13
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Gertrude Ward Singers Star at All Home-O-Roma Sessions _."When the Gertrude Ward B e a c h Hom-O-Riraa. de-| Colourii said Hora-O-Rama 'ingeri are onstage, audiences scribes the driving gospel audiences will have ample "ind it almost impossible to bcit that is the trademark of [opportunity to enjoy the free teep their feel still." 'ore of the ration's most ex- stage shows that will be pre- That's the way George Co- citing and best-loved vocal sented throughout the five- fluris, producer of the Long'groups. {day home show in the Long Beach Arena. THE WARD SINGERS will give two free stage shows each weekday and four shows each day on the weekend. The Ward Singers have been entertaining audiences for the past 30 years and have traveled more than a million miles to bring Iheir unique, spine-tingling music to" every major city in the United Slates. They have performed before Fine Organ Music in Hammond Booth BUILDERS CHIEF Don Andersen, president of the Long Beach Builder* Exchange helped plan the Koine-O-Rama w h i c h is sponsored annually by active builders The finest in organ music Haaunond studio receive free will be heard at times during' individual instruction. The' the Home-0 Rimi as the vi-'^j^ of tMchSng ^ si IuU . brant tones of a Hammond . . . . . will be heard from the booth ««« to · P»ni«I.t need is used of the Hammond Organ Stu-;* that the enjoyment of a dios of Lnn; Beach, 2 1SS Hammond Organ begins at LaVenood Blvd. 'once. W. R. (Bob) Pierce. for. . . . . many yean known as "Mr. -OUR TEACHERS are mas- PU "°", *,v d in , rtC . t ? t . 5 '"TM|ters in the almost-lost art of one of the nation i' leading' : _ : _ , _ . . ______ , . ... organ sales leaders, win dis- individual instruction a n d ptjy many of the newest.modern day 'teaching meth- Hammond instruments. ods." says Pierce. Visitors will be shown how easy it is to leam the organ While Pierce satisfaction in notes great seeing the __ ____ __________ e _ and' how a person with'llttle] world of organ playing opened |or no musical training soon up to thousands of people can be playing the instru- who could only listen, occa- .'mcnt. Isionally, before the Hammond every "kind of audience from' _ . | . . . . | wa s produced, he feels there backwoods revival meetings Down-lO-Eorth j UNDER THE guidance of.still are thousands of South nd church concerts, ballpark 1 NEW YORK (UPI) -- Some Pierce, the studio has Ubeled^and families who would cher tadium throngs, concert halls 27 million women are now keys and matched music^sh the vibrant Himmond Or and festivals. 'engaged in gardening. Four-jwhich enables beginners to gin music in their homes but! Their travels also took them teen million of these grow learn qukkly and effectively.lwho iren't aware that it may, o London. Copenhagen. Oslo'their own vegetables as well how to play the Hammond be obtained at moderate cost and other major European as flowers, reports the Union;Organ. [and that learning to play the C j t i es JFork and Hoe Co. | All the students at the organ is comparatively easy. TO STAR AT SHOW The lively music that has captivated audiences from coast to "coast and in Europe will be brought to the Home-O-Rama by the Gertrude Ward Singers. Free stage shows will be presented several times daily throughout the five-day home show in Long Beach Arena. Let's Dine Out Firm Has Booth A economical way to enjoy the finest in dining and recreation will again be offered by the Let's Dine Out Co. at the 1%4 Long Beach llome- O-Rama. The firm, novv in its third successful year of operation. gives its mrmbcrs an oppnr- Plastic 'Linens 1 Easy to Clean NEW YORK (UPI-Plastic "linens" require the sbn plest kind of care, says the Cleanliness Bureau here. Plastic cloths aid place mats can be suds-sponged at the table. Textured or "em bossed surfaces are besi scrubbed with a well-lathered brush to coax out soil and food, the bureau says. Finish by rinse-wiping with a clean damp cloth. Is that REALLY the same woman? It is. Same dress, earrings and hair-Jo, too...but the pictures of this 43-year-old housewife* were tjlen 6 months apart. Whit made the big difference! What firmed those sagging contours that detracted from an otherwise pretty face? What made her look so much younger that it's hard to believe this is the same woman f She didn't have her face lifted, or experience any significant weight change, \\1iat she d;d do was v.e the Zeig!er Facial Exerciser...regularly, faithfully. The Zcigltr Tacial Exerciser is a remarkable c!ectionlc v tnit that helps to stimulate facia! circulation,..gmtf/ rxerties facial rrrj:cles that are beginning to saj ai a result of normal processes of aging. *X^trt furni^ed on req-CsL Wont to know more about it? For free booklet and information. coB HEmtock 5-7370 or write: 59 Alamitos Are. Long Beach THIS UNIT WILL BE DEMONSTRATED DURING THE HOME-0-RAM SHOW VISIT ZIEGLER BOOTH 209-210 HOME-O-RAMA LONG BEACH SPORTS A R E N A Sec Lttett MJil\ "} I'.lcftric AfflLtmc, Jl the llrn;t-()-R.iiut; I'tb. -V'/A throu'h .\\.inh ht. Lmi^ Ik.itb Arcut tunity to d;rw in some of the Southland's finest restaurants at half price by purchasing one mejl and receiving a second one free. j In addition, a bonus book 1 offers members a chance to enjoy recreation spots, motels and mor: restaurants and half. price. * * * . ROSS O'LE-NT, g e n e r a ! manager of the firm, said 36 restaurants are made available on the membership card] and the suplemental bonus book features .19 attractions.' The plan of offering two dinners for tfie price of one has gained in popularity each year since its incrpiion. O'Lene said 41.000 persons; purchased memberships last! jear. He predicted that figure! w-DI be topped in 1964. WITH 1 ooo AFLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGE! FREE KITCHEN PAINT KIT... WHEN YOU BUY AN ELECTRIC RANGE NOW CHAIRMAN . Tom E. Norcross. as gen i i eral eryinrun of Home^J- | J Rama, directed months of · panning that goes into an- | ; mial event. I One fxind «.i!l«Vanrr 'hie jiljon Vi'.thfn inamr! and orx- hnr h " fnot JacHrr Ix 1^ iir^p rKih Tan and rolkr M-t Southern California Edison asr rvf thi-; f r. Tinvi;limii»l · · rl I?uy your electric ran^norr -- and l.t MI -TT i r w n t w rrxxIrlsatjour ·! .'vrtilh'm ("alifornU FVIivin (VrriroDy, \Vjth flanvl^is »Ii-itric (r^Hn;. yoriTI f^» If" tlrtr. d-fTr r«-nif in rm;r l\f^-n. the i'ri\ rfilTf rrntr, too. Only rlfx^ric rani's nfT'r ^ many n«n automatic f t a t y r f »r ( d l l - r n-* ra-y-tu ilr3no\rn«. Thcn-t forooV tlettrirallj ' Tor j (arrilynffnur, j i p t a l - i - i t "» a ! , i ; Ofxd rrwn! Now 300 can buy Ihe ranee and the wiring on lime. One low monthly payment raven both. 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