Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 72
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 72

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
Page 72
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P 4 Z 5 IMMNDItff-Nlft-TILMf AM iMf C«llf..Thyn» U, 1*1* Lodge Will Send Teenage Fads and Fashions 30-Car Caravan to City of Hope Lakewood Knights of Pythias will send a 30-car caravan to the City ol Hope at; Duarte. Sunday, leaving at 10 aim. from Lakewood Blvd. west of the May Co. ' . ..' ·'. The caravan member? will make an inspection tour of the famed cancer hospital, said George Brannon of 5329 Ocana Ave., chancellor commander; of Lodge 403. ' The .trip will be the.firtt project of the Knights, 'under leadership of its new .officers: Assistance for- the" City 'of Hope is one of the group's major projects for this' year. Assisting 'in arrangements for the caravan are Warren Goldstock, chairman of.'. the Lakewpdd,City, of Hope, and Phil'Eisenberg, coordinator.- Teenage . f ad* and fashions will be featured when members of the Pilot Club of .Lakewood m.Airnr*+ "TTantjmv. in '-Fashions" fo Be Sfiown Monday Eve Fantasy- in -Fashions' next Monday evening in the Mirror Room of Lakewood High School. . - . - * ' Current. ,teen styles will :be If A FOR The annual of Canterbury scheduled for next Tuesday afternoon at St. Thomas il-dfafoh is being -planned by .church members pic- _ __.. "V tplTable Mrs Harry M. Brandt is. pouring for Mrs. IAST TAXI SERVICE! p re-Lent en Tea Planned In l.k.w.d, Lo *»«. »·»"'»·'· ' *" HA 5-6441 LAKEWOOD CAB CO. J4-HOUR ItRVlCI The'annufl Shrove Tuesday Mrs. Stanley R. tea will be held in the Parish Steenbock, publicity chairman Hall of St.'Thomas of. .Canter- for. the event. bury Episcopal Church from 1. An annual prelude, to. the ^^·^·T^?ZiJ^^J«^^^ Valentine Party Set at Tot Lot ,The Arbor, Centralia, Level- side Pre-School Tot Lot Mothers' group will sponsor a valentine party for members- .children Friday at the'Tot Lot. j The group is sponsored by the Lakewood. Recreation department for the' purpose of providing supervised play for pre-school youngsters. 'Members-alternate 'in . supervising the youngsters in activities such as crafts, rhythms and cooperative play 'each week-day modeled by girls from-Lake-] wood-and Millikin High Schools for .members of the schools' Anchor clubs and their, guests. Mrs. Dewayne - Barker, commentator, will describe the styles, which will' include apparel 'for the adult* who will also attend. ·' Arrangements- for the; event are being made by Mrs. Margaret ' C o n c o 1 i n, coinmunity service chairman for the P.ilot Club'of Lakewood. Mrs. Frank Weise, Lakewood High School faculty. advisor, for. Lakewood Anchor 'Club, · and" -Miss .Doris Doughty, MiUikin. High School Anchor Club faculty advisor, will also assist; Pink calla- lillies and candles accented by pink arid white lace .doilies,, will adorji the'serving tables. - . ' · - Per HI. FRESH PAN FRYERS MESH fpr DumpNngt Al» «ood rKK*n r««*-«-.«-· STEWING __. CHICKENS ...,,,, FRESH GRADE A LARGE With Purehwt Limit--2 D«. to Customer BAR-B-Q CHICKENS HOT KOM A SPIT!. Our Poultry Killed ond . the cooperation'of the Women's [Auxiliary ol the church. ,;.Mrs. Walter Troxell is chairman of the event, and.the Altar Guild ..directress is Mrs. Harry M. liBrandt, with..Mrs. Wayne. Byall in charge of decorations. I Guild members-will display embroidered vestments and oth- 'er projects undertaken during : the-.year. Proceeds - from tte tea will be used by the guild for the purchase of-;i equipment needed in its work, Mrs.- Steenbock said. Nursery care will ·:!» -available for attendine with I small children: I"- ,'·" -, morning" from 9:30 to 11 according'to Janet^Lichtenhan, director of girls'? and women's activities for the-City of Lake wood. . . . ··,, ' ' Mrs! Lichterihan stated that the group will also sponsor a card party for adults Wednesday, March 12, with proceeds going toward children's activities.- ' ' ' · ' ': . '. !' TEENERS FASHIONS Mrs. John Paul Tones, president of Lakewood Pilot Cliab, pictured at left above, and Jan.Breshears, 16, 'vice .president'of the Anchor Club .of -Lakewood High School, admire, model Mrs. Donald: E. Wannberg, as the three anticipate next Monday, evening's showing of teenage fads and fashions in the ·Mirror Room of Lakewood High School; · Mrs. John Paul Jpnei, president,- will' welcome .guejU,.to: jartake; of :dessert and~coHe«: Before the show.-;-/": : .'.' '-,'.' :'\ Models for .the evmt^wffl be Mary Ann ^CampbeU and_Jan Breshears .of Lakewood High.; School, Linda Astrup and Linda Shbmaker , of Millikin : -Hlgh School,, and adult model* Mmei. Gene Nebeker and .Donald,E:' Wannberg. ··'"'; : Presentation of a,, two hundred dollar check for the Lakewood Community .Youth Center- to Mrs.. : RobertiHowe will alia be one of the eventag'trhigh- lights. .-:--.· ., . .;·· N ';.. LIKE. TO SELL A TRAIN? Now'* the time! Call HF2-.5959 for 'a .helpful Classified' adV. writer. · ; · ' Getting Married? Make our / appointment tarly! 16721 Itllflowir Blvd. MLLFLOWI* N.xt !· Nub.l Th««r» TOrr«y7".JlJ* doz. Dally) Johnny's Pou/fry Valentine in Watson Home St. John's guild of St. Maria Goretti's Women's Club will have a valentine party this evening in the home of Mrs. J. D Watson, '4202 Cbnquista Ave At this time Mrs.. Jim Scott, presiding'chairman, will relin- \juish her chairmanship to Mrs. Stephen Schlickbernd. Brownie Troop Visits Library ..Activities for"1958 were begun by Brownie ; Scout ; .troop 502 with a.'trip .to the main branch of .the public library last week for a special program in connection with the .troop's study 'of "other countries. A skating party was held last Sunday for the girls and their families. .. . New committee members for the troop, which celebrated its first birthday in December, are Mmes. Thomas Swariner, telephone; Ray Jackson, transportation; John Ban-on, program; 17451 Lakewood Blvd. OPEN DAILY AND SUNAY (Just South: of Artesia Blvd.) IELLFLOWER .. Special guests of the guild will be thfr Rev. Joseph Wea- 1 ver, assistant .pastor;-Mrs. Harold L. Krueger, .president of the I parish /women's club; Mrs. Paul J Powers, chairman of St. Peter's I guild; MTS.J Schlickbernd; -and TMiss'JHazel!Madden. ''··"' ····' Paul 'Gentry, shopper; John D. Morgan, finance; '-Ivan Ed-:| wards, publicity; and James I Sees, chairman. Mrs. John ; 'An-I derson is leader of the troop, · and SMrs.. Ernest .Francis ,,' co- leader. . _·.. .:,,-;', r HEY KIDS! Come Out and Play at the FREE-76 Sports Club Basketball Clinic Basketball coach Jerry Mitchell of Lakewood high school will give instruction on how to play the game. There will be basketball games... and fun JIMY MITCHELL . ' On Saturday, February I5th, v 1958 1:30 P.M. TO 3:30 P.M. Where: MAYFAIR PARK South and Clark Sts., lakewood Who" All kids between 9 and 14 years of age, 76 Sports Club members and their friends, AND ITS All FREE! Rtqlsttr at Clinic. Beconn a 76 Sports Club Mtinbtr Gardens Group Elects Officers Joe Drovdal .of 6050 Hayter Ave. has been elected president of the Lakewood Gardens Civic Assn., succeeding Bart- Smith. Other new officers are Harvey Menard,. vice president; Dorothy Woods, secretary, and Mar Ordronneau, treasurer. fnenewDEJUR 0«-!wilrt ctritraliitd control of motor, rewind and room Imp ! . Powerful JOO-ywtt beam Swing-out" gate for eaiy threading · '' ' 300-foot capacity . Rapid power rewind Ow-iiied fan for. «tn- cool projection · · Framing adjustment ... . Brilliant 1/l.d coated . ·projection leni · . . Suiray-dlt-cait ilumlwm coratiuctlon- 8-MM MOVIE CAMERA · Simplifitd iprociittUii.roll film . control V«fl wlndow; ; yl«w find«r · ·xpoiun quTdi · :.M«t Iijdl«rt»r rt«H automotJcdlly wfctn film'It loadtd · f2.5 eoter-corricttd St. Patrick's Dance Planntd by Parish St. Patrick's Day will be celebrated .at a dance sponsored by the Holy Name Society and the Parish,.Council of St. Pancratius Church -from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, March 15, in the. parish hall of the church. Hero Gifford and his orchestra will play for dancing and a buffet -luncheon will be served. Only 200 tickets will be sold at $1.25 per person, and these may be obtained from "Jim Neylan; 6116 Oliva Ave.,. or Mrs. Me- Gaffin, 5207 Downey Ave. . 30x40 SCREEN.·£ .REEL (!AN^^J«|ABIIK...liUi HLM Pictorial i CAMERA SHOP 16721 Bellflower Blvd. IELLFLOWER, CALIFORNIA Plibn* TOrrty 7-2126 161.45 195 Down FREE Factory Demensf ration AH Day Sat.. Feb. 15 If You Thought Buying Wall-to mm, i i i r T t i · · Ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx^xxxx x Home means more x x with Carpet on the flpor x | xxxxxxxxxx x xxxxx x x x xjoyxx-xxx x^xxx [ ·Wall Carpeting Would Cost Too Much Here's o Pleasant Surprise! - INSTALLED UNION OIL SERVICE STATION Laktwood and Candlewood, Laktwood -- ME 0-1673 HOWSER TWIST BROADLOOM WIN la»t fof 10 y»or». REtt. $8.95 S9. TM. INSTALLED 100% DU PONT NYLON RES. $».« SQ. YD. IpjcludM earp«t, ta«kl«a (trip, pud anil labor. INSTALLED RI«. $«.»5 59. YD ^^ JO- InelidM car|»t, tackltfi . · ! TM · · YD. .trip, pod md l«*«r. INSTALLED REO. $10.»i $9- ·IncludM, toriwt. tacklcu itrlp, p«d and labor. INSTAUED It'i EASY fo hav* tht RlftHT eorp«» at CAREN'S. ROLLS and ROLLS to chooM from! Tht SAVINGS rttultlng from HONEST PRICES will allow you to earptt TWO EXTRA IEDROOMS If you wlifc. No bettor way t» find out than to com* In and MO . _ _ . _ pOCFCRANS AVE for yourMlrf. Savo from $2 h, $5 p«r yard. . . . 11855 E. RO?ECKAPi» MTC OUR GUARANTEE: LOWEST COST^WR JOI IN THI STATI. Remnants and Roll Ends --up to 70% OFF! BANK TERMS Evtnings ·til 9 UN 3-0311 CO. ON ROSICRANS IAJT OF

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