Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 76
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 76

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
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Z 1-2-3-4--P 8 Z5 INDIPINBINT-WKSJ.miGMM LMI| l»«eh, C.llf., Thuo., fefc. 13, 1»II v ^f' Founders Day Observance Slated by Junior High School P-T.A. Units Tuesday ' W - · : · ' . . · - · · * . . . - / : · · : · - · · ' . · · · -. . · ' _ - _ ' . . ' . _ ,,..-· _-^ ; . ^+i,, n v.i, m rhrnnliirTMd:MMleneBeUaB)y,:dem-and-'Mrs^--Donald.:'.B8lsm« ~ Bancroft; "Psychological Services for Your Child'-' will 'be; the .theme of a panel :discussion-led :by Dr. Daniel Langston, ·' director, ·:of Child Welfare. 'Sen-ices,,, when Bancroft. Junior S 1 ) g h'-.School School P-T.A.- m e et s ·.at;,7:3f' p: m. Tuesday-'in' rium. to the'present,day/..Music..wffl be played by the school'orches- tra. ..Marshall, Founders-, D; ay .'program \of John Marshall J-uirior-,High P-T.A. will · · ' - . . . of Heritage" v as; its ; theme' Tuesday at 7 : 3 ' 1 : " ··' ' Progranjihas'bee'n ..planned b'y Mrs. Arthur Lafl'amrne,. Founders Day chairman, and' \yill '-be a humorous sk-it- d'e-p i d l i n g P-T.A. ·pro'.gr/eVs'.frbm 3897, when the P-T.AY.'- was- founded, Honored guests will''be--A; B. Liff, : retired-,principal,.an3:Mrs. Liif;-Mrs. George Gordon, council; president, and past presi- ;30 dents-of the'unit, j.:'";". .^..rel-Harry. .Estep, life..membership -chairma'h, "will 1 "present one'of-three life memberships to be given" this year. · ' .,- : Stanford "Fashjoori, 1 -- Fact, and' Fantasy," is'.title 'of a skit' on the history/of P-T.A. .to_-be 'presented at .the Stanford unit meeting Tuesday-at''^7:30 i n ' t h e audi- toriuin, according' to Mrs. .l^eon -Angle, Fojjnders Day chairman. '.'The meeting also will be "Fathers' 'Night." A high light of the.program will be the. pres entation' by' B u c k . Arnold of t h r e.e .honorary .life memberships. · Past.presidents will-be honored. . ' · Lindbergh TheV'Janettes," a group of harmonizing mothers, - offer, a musical salute in honor of their guests;-on '.'Founders Day" at Lindbergh Junior High -P-T.A, .Tuesday at- 1:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. · Past, .presidents ,are . to be guests,' and'-Mrs: C.'sA. Wiggins will present a life- membership. · -There will not .lie: 'a valentine carnival Saturday, as ^announced in. the P-T.A. c o l u m n last Thursday: / . Washington P-T.A.'s birthdaywill be celebrated' at' Washington Junior. High -with--a..potluck. luncheon and meeting the .school gym at noon · Tuesday.' . Th'e '-ni e e t'i n'g' wilT : follow luncheon,/ with' past-presidents honored,-and an,'honorary'*e membership-presente'd by-chair- .man. 'Mrs'.; George Duke.. , The senior .orchestra'and girls'"glee club wil b'e featured. j Hoover Herbert Hoover Junior, High P-T.A.. will' .feature' a demonstration,of physical' fitness ,as well as-other phases', of the .physical -education p r o g r a m during a meeting Tuesday -at 7 p: m. · ' : · ' . "Fit .as a fiddle" .might well describe the Hoover. Highlanders, as the' four physical education'- instructors, - Bob- Speakman, John Newman, Marie Fel- ler-and-Marlene Bellamy,, demonstrate with-them the and methods-taught in .the daily classes.-' ' · ;'· . " ' ' . " " . · . - Franklin.', : ' . Benjamin:Franklin-;j.u'n'i far High P-T.AV will. meet '.Tuesday at 7:30.p.'.ni.:in^the,"sch.ool gym for. a-Founders Day'program. Speaker ·'willbe Mrs... A1 b i n Larson,' first vice- president 'of 33rd District." An honorary-life membership willvbe given.. ·-. . DeMffle Founders --Day program.-. Cecil B.'. DeMiIle : Junior.' High School .P-T.-A,'. will .-be preserite'd Tuesday-' at; '7:30 · p: .m. in : -the auditorium. Charter, members of .the-DeMille.'P-T.A, will-." honored-guests. A skit.. to ·· . commemorate Founders Day will, be.'presented . will skills present a .life membership. ; ;Leon^ Katlin','.will -Explain . functions: of-the; American Field Service ·· and introduce'. foreign students : ,.now'.attending- Wilson . High' School, Helen:Marie Kalo- miiifoui';Greete; -Viktor Mueller, Switzerla'nd, and Hagen .Rinder, Germany^'·:- 1 · · · ' · · ' - ' · 'Hamilton ' ·* '·: Founders': Day'.will -'be. -high-, lighted': byV-a.'skit r at Hamilton 'for J.unioriiHigh. School -Tuesday at 2:15 p.': m.,-in-.the-school audito- rinm..-, P3St.-:' presidents .of the ·Void"' Hamilton'- school', as well as'the new '.school-' .will be hon,'be ored ·.. .guests.. .-Honorary . l i f e membership' 1 'will. be featured. Music will'.be-an instrumental solo. ;.'·-." WHAT'S COOKING? Ham! say members of John Marshall Junior High- School who will serve their annual ham dinner Feb. 27 at the school. Mrs. William .Vorderkunz and G. B. Garcia, vice principal, play "chef."--(Staff.) 'FEATHERS IN OUR HATS' Hats depicting P-T.A. projects for the year will be · modeled at the Founders' Day meeting, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday of Jefferson Junior High School P-T.A. in the auditorium. Pictured are (left to right) Mmes. Raymond Royer, Orville F. Dees and Robert Roxby.--(Staff photo.) ' P-T.A. fo Mark Founding Wifh Backward Glance Stephens With the theme, "Yesterday's Vision Gives Courage for To-, day," Stephens Junior High School P-T.A: will look backward at its Founders Day program Tuesday. Changing fashions through the years of the parent-teachers growth will be modeled ' by students m the homemaking classes of Miss Mabel Hinp;. Also on the program will be the awarding of two honorary life memberships. Former presidents, charter members and past recipient of honorary life memberships will bo present. The Boys Glee Club, under'the direction of Mrs. Frances Harding, will sing. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. 5 Iron-Rich Cereals For Baby Heinz Baby Cereals · Vary baby's breakfast menu with fluffy-tmrtured,' pre-cooked Heinz Baby , Ccrcala! He'll lovo tho new Heinz High Protein Cereal (it'« doubly rich in protein.) And for o flavor change, givo him Heinz Rice, Barley, Oatmeal or Miicd Cereals. They're all fortiQod with active iron every baby needs. Over 90 Kinds of Heinz Baby Rods Badffldly an 89*81 Quality Reputation Hughes | '"Action Achieves Its Goal in the World Today" is 1 topic for the Founders' Day program, with an international theme tfi be presented at meeting, o.' Charles Evans Hughes Junior High P-T.A. Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the school auditorium The program will be under th- direction ot Mrs. James Starr. Founders Day chairman. Muhyeddin Jassmin, student' from Baghdad, Iraq,will speak on 'Teenagers in My Own Country." Mrs. Ed A. Grisinger, president, and past presidents will be honored as will Dr. Emil, Lange, former principal. Emerson Theme of the Emerson P-T.A, meeting, at 7:30 _this evening, "Vision--Yesterda'y--Today and Tomorrow." A burlesque on the i history of P-T.A. from 1900 to the present, will be presented by an ail-faculty cast. Back-' ground music will be provided' by the "P-T.A. Pitchpipes." Special guests will be past principals and past presidents. Tincher The American Cancer Society will present "The Other City," a film pertaining to both men and i women from all walks | of life, with commentary by Dr. Leonard L. Cowley, at Eugene Tincher elementary-school' 1 auditorium, Tuesday at S p.m.; This P-T.A, study group, arranged by Mrs. William Hull, public health chairman,- will be open to the public with free (admission and no solicitation ofj 'funds. Tincher auditorium is lo-l 'cated at 1701 Petaluma. A ques-l Ition and answer period will fol-1 (low the film. Koosevelt At the Founders Day meet-' ing of Theodore R o ' o s e ' v e l t P-T.A., 7 o'clock this- evening in the auditorium, three foreign exchange students. will be introduced. They are Eni Kalo- mirou from G r e e c e , Hagen Kinder from Germany and Viktor Mueller from. Switzerland. They will tell of their homes and schools. .Past presidents will be presented and an honorary, life membership will be ;iven by Mrs. Harry LeBouf. * » » * P-T.A. SIEMBERS: Support your A m e r i c a n Ked Cross by attending the 6th annual Red Cross F a s h i o n Show, "Salute to California Living," Feb. 26 at Municipal Auditorium. These Rath: Black Hawk Franks are the greatest, eatiii'est franis ever! · Just heat 'em and eat 'em or fancy 'em up like this: plump, tender Rath Franks lengthwise See how juicy, how meaty.' The best franks ever! Stllff with imp or apple slivers. in Rath Black Hawk IJacon. That .wonderful corn-fed bacon from Iowa. Unmatched for delicate, . ' . . . . - . sweet flavor:- . t i ' ' i Then-off to the grill to cook to a sizzling, savory goodness! GET BUYERS FAST through Independent, Press - Telegram For .Sale ads. For-a-Classified ad-writer · dial HE 2-5959. BatE Frank* are all ' rich. Laid O''Com meat. ^Chopped -. (never ground!) .to save those 'flavory.juices' then smoked over Hickory; for 'ttat woods/, .coobbul flavor.

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