Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 71
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3 2 5 _MHNOINT.P*I»-TILIMAM Lwil l«7n, e«llf, Thw.., Ftb. 11, 1»J» Sports Clinic for Children Set at Park The "76" Sports -Club will sponsor a sports clinic at Mayfair Park, Saturday tfrorn 1.30 to 3:30 p.m. The clinic will include comprehensive instruction in basketball and will be open to all youngsters in", the Lakewood area'. .- - : . Featured.will be Jerry Mitchel, -Lakewood High -School basketball coach, .who will, have several o£. his-, -'star cagers on hand to demonstrate' proper techniques iri.-the art of. shooting, blocking; passing, screening and other phases of. the game.' Mitchell will also.-'give 'the youngsters an 'opportunity to gain practical experience during lie'afternoon. . . ' - . . ' Jim Heartwell,.clinic chairman, said free prizes are in store 1 for all in attendance. MRS- WALTER G. TRYGSTAD JR. Newly Wed Trygstads at Home in Downey Miss Caroiynn .Patricia Can',, daughter of-Mr. and'Mrs. Harold V. Carr of Bellflower,. exchanged nuptial vows with Walter G. Trygstad 1 Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Trygstad of Hollydafe, Jan. 18-dn a double ring ceremony at Faith Lruther- an Church in Hollydale. Pastor .Clarertce J. Johnson officiated at the ceremony before an altar banked on either side by seven-tiered candelabra and tall ' baskets of white gladiolus. Taffeta ribbon swags adorned the aisle along which the bride was escorted by her father. ' Gowned in nylon chantilly lace, -the bride's floor-length bouffant skirt was tiered in alternate scalloDed . ruffles, of tulle and chantilly lace. Her veil of French' nylon tulle was attached - to a . Juliet- cap- of nylon and lace with a tiny crown of seed pearls. .Matron of honor Mrs. Donald Hansen, aunt of the-bride,, wore a floor length gown; of violet tulle and a nylon "net -picture hat with violet satin 'streamers down the back. The bridesmaid, Miss Judy Ann Carr, sister p£ the bride wore lilac tulle; with' lilac satin streamers adorning her nylon net picture, hat. Serving the .bridegroom as b,est man was Myrl Warrick Jr. and Larry Hooper, Hank Edmonds and Lee Frey served as ushers. .Candle lighter .was Carl Tryg stad,' young brother ' of.' the bridegroom. . · Alma Hatten was - organist and Joanne Trygstad, cousin o the bridegroom, soloist. 'The mdegroom's father sang "Oh 3 erfect-Love" while the couple knelt at the altar! A reception for ,the newlyweds was held at the church, 'ollo'wed b'y open house-in'the iome of the bride's.' parents, 14047 Ocana Ave., Bellflower. The brides-aunt, Mrs; William Marion -York, served as hostess at the reception, assisted, by Mrs. Cleva Derscheid, Joan Moore, .Sidona Dixon and Elsie Hitchcock. · · The mother' of the .bride chose for · her daughter's wedding a-.gown of champagne lace with a satin cummerbund and matching hat. The mother of the bridegroom-wore pink lace with a matching .hat], and ;bott mothers wore pink camellia ahc carnation corsages. - The.new Mrs.. Trygstad. was graduated' from Downey Union High School. Her husband,' graduate of 'Compton . High School, a t t e n d e d Compton Junior College. . · · Following a honeymoon a 1 Big Bearyand Pa'lnvSprings, the new]yweds are. now-at: home .-a' 12068 Downey Ave.,' in-Downey WAITING FOR MARCH WINDS Preparing for kite season at an in-service. training session at Pan' American Park this week were \Long Beach Recreation .Department' 1 .directors.. Demonstrating Eong Beach' State College -students', kite creations, before' the- group was Ken : G]enn,;-LBSCassistant professor :(flying kite)left). -HoldingBother MacArthur P-T.A. Presents Honorary Memberships Highlight of the MacArthur School P-TAj unit meeting Wednesday was the presenta-' tion of honorary life memberships to Benjamin I- Holzman, vice principal of the school, and -Mines. Maurice A Rice,' Kermit D.. Whitman and, Ghes- ter E. Janzen. The presentations were made by Vernorr ffinze, principal of Lakewbod/Senior.. High;' School; Kermit D., Whitman,- -principal of, -MacAr'thur 'Schopl;,-..Mrs. Floyd: Field,-/ .past'.presi(tent, v of MacArthur'P-T.A-.-andjmembej- of Long'.- Beach,-. Couiicil;-.'.!and Mrs.- ' Charley --V.; Berger,-,'cochairman ;pf.'honorary life-membership -'committee.!. Other · committee-members include. Mrs: Asa J. Gattoripchairman; land Mrnes.-,. Elwood -L. Brewer *nd Henry L. GoerhckJ' The program also included · panel 'discussion ;by .forelgn^exr change, .student* Mehrnet Ak- yurt of Turkey, Mario- Connjo of Argentine, Lena-Ragman of * Finland- and\Carineri:. -Arbuniei" of Spam. 'Other: featured'-"committee* were citizenship, Mrs. Harold E. Mangold, chairman; public iiealth, -Mrs.V.- George E.. Hub^'.. bell,"chairman; and interriation-. aL ! relations.. and -"' legislation, - Mrs.'-Chester.jE/'-Janzen, chkir- man.;.. : ," '· .' I.'.-"--v. 1 .-·-"!:'" ' ; - . " ·'·'. Fifth- grade motheri: »eryed ' as .hostesses^ 'under·Jthe'rdirec-:} tion- of · grade- chairmen.Mme».'. 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