Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 77
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..Review of Past Presented qt Wilson P-T.A. Unit Meet Lindstrom P-T.A. Meets Wed Founders' Day is being celebrated at 2:30 p. m. tcday by Woodrow Wilson P-T.A. in the , Minn-Wilson cafetorium with " a review of p a s t presidents, past principals, past honorary life recipients and a brief re: view of the s c h o o l from the · time its facilities were readied for occupancy. Past school facilities, -"·· ties, and problems and their so- '-· lutions will be outlined by Reg- jnald Knight, now at Roosevelt ' School; Gerard Cook, now at . ·: Stephen F o s t e r as principal, ' ·- and by Mrs. Elizabeth- Cahn, W i l s o n administrator. The --.-·'ichool orchestra w i l l present three selections. Future P.-T.A. members and Delegates .will be elected to vote for new council officers at ·he March council.meeting. Nominated as officers for the ensuing year, at last' week's b o a r d meeting, were Mmes. Frank Semas, president; Thomas Apple, first vice president; Richard Cunningham, second facul- Nominating committee'chair- ^·rn^ u s-5£i ss ££££ t h i r d vice President O. -Lea mmmittp . for «,» 1958- in the program.. The program is being organized by Mmes.. Kenneth Heyl, Frank Semas, Elizabeth Cahn, Richard Cunningham, Julius 01- brantz, Robert Davis, Sherman Land, Vern Jpstad, Thomas Ap- Unified Schools, and Mrs. -Richard Oswald, principal of the new.Mayfair High School, 'will speak' at the Esther Lindstrom Valentine party from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday -. in the church's *. . '- - . ' · . . A\ . F-T-A.. meeting at' 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday. Topic of the meeting wfll be' "Stepping Steffen, fourth vice president; Elizabeth Cahn, fifth vice president; Amos Bird, s i x t h vice president; Vern Jostad, secretary; Bryce. Robinson, treasurer- Julius Olbrantz, historian, and Kenneth Heyl, a u d i t o r . Further nominations may be made -from the floor. Serving on the nominating committee with Mrs. H e n r y Fahrenbruch, chairman, Dr. Norman upeijintendent W. of Wanipler, Bellflower SixthGrqders Celebrate^ B. Lemon Banquet Speaker Sixth'! grade boys and girls of St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Woodruff Ave. at. Arbor Rd!, will have; their Happy Sixers jy her committee for the 195859 P-T.A. board. 'Other nominations may ..be made from the iloor during the election meeting in .March. ' · . Baby sitting .will be provided during the meeting, -and fe- :reshments will be · served at the close .of the meeting by the " . :irst grade ."room- mothers. Youth- Hut.. Chaperoning the group will 1 bV:Norm Cleveland, JoeXYate's and Mmes.. : Charles Posner, Woodrow Gus.tafson, Don Christofferson, R o b e'r t Sponheim, Ron Brown, and Alfred pi! Storyick. ' Mrs. -Oscar -Ellefson,: coordinator of Senior Fellowship" acr tivities. at St Timothy's,- announces that senior men and women will, dine together. Sunday noon after church at Knott's Berry Farm. '.;· . ... .Bob Lemon, ~ Cleveland ; Indians pitcher,, will speak at the Father-Soil banquet at 7 p.m. " Wendell will prepare the dinner, of fried chicken and .home-made pie. · IJpstessing; Miriam .Circle,of the 1 . Guild' next! .-Wednesday morning at the church will ; be Mmes:-'.,Leo- B l a k e l y and lharles Bickers,: with Mrs. Jlob- ertSponheim. giving .the Bible study. ChDd care will) be provided. ··' . : Mrs.. Clarence Vance, 4813 Lomiria Ave., will; entertain Ruth Circle Wednesday noon at -luncheon, with Mmes. Clyde Wymaii and Michael Brent -as co-hostesses . and' Mrs. Rober" Yarger as, Bible study leader. Cunningham, Joseph and Elizabeth Cahn. A report .was made by Mrs. William Spinelli on the March of Dimes campaign, and board members volunteered to help on April 22 with the Cancer Memorial Crusade. Long Association SOUTHBRTDGEi 'Mass. KE) --The seven Dumas brothers ranging in age from 65-to 8f and now all living-in retiremenl here, .'worked a total of 36' rownle Troop Attends Ballet Brownie Troop. 185, ; spon- red by the Bellflower Elks .odge- 2003,,attended the .Nutcracker Ballet, presented by this Lakewood Philharmonic -Associ- ibn dance and drama 1 work- hop. Two of -the troop -mem- ters,. Barbara Alcosser,. and aren Griffin, performed in .the allet's mice army. ·, ·-." · Attending were B r o w n i e s .orraine Herrera, Janet.Higgs, enise Kashe, -Alice -Little, hristy Rawlings, Kathy Ryan, obin Sprigg, Rebecca, ^innott md Carol Tippie. : ' . . . Mothers in attendance were toies. Ralph ...Alcosser, Fred riff in, Raymond Ryan and Vlax Spriggs; · ; years for the American Optical Can BEACON FALLS, Conn.::UE -A homeowner, tired of dogs oraging in his garbage can, adlocked ]the top. He reported ater that 8 canine made off Cut Pack 204 Charter Presented at Pack Meet ,/lwith-the whole can. EXECUTIVE JET . « first: jet'airplane designed fpr-busmess executives. is the MS.760,Mnade,by .Morane-Sautaier, Co. of France. It\-wm be marketed, in.the.U.S. and'Can- ada by-Beech Aircraft ; of Wichita, ; Kan: .The aircraft has a-range of 1,000; miles'and/can fly; nearly five miles/up -at:350miles per hour, faster -Uian .some piston-engiried.. airliners... The ..four-place. . 7 725-pound plane'-.is ..all, French-made .except -for - U.-S.'instrumerits, painted upholstery. The ; pnce? : .--$210,000. First.deliveries are expected -in-June., Charter for Cub Scout Pack 204, sponsored by Riley P-T.A., was presented by. Leo Forman to Daniel Eott,. institutional Schumacher and Eric Cape. Iroup singing was led by Mrs. Forman .T Ol JUttU Wql-Wr.JtK»J..VW"VJ., : .~-:'. J - bert Dittinpre','ij;Jph'ri^Lj9Win;, Wes Mc^uei^X f JbeJi-Oapltav Paul Harold Murray. Richard der, St Gill, Ian Ginder "JjJ'rai! Rona i,j cittmore was welcomed as a new Cub Scout. Also receiving awards were Rickey Blume, silver arrow andj| :;-' Eric Cape, lion' ^Venema, libS three silve i ^"r= " · McQueen^ ^ two . . - ,.j)ick. Reynolds,. -one goto, ·and .-'twoVsilver arrows ****** "· ; . i · ,. . McGUl^libn^book and sil .row; Ricky Caplan, . g o ww; . J«W* Caplan; gold Allan^Taylor,-lion;.book; bear badge, and. Russ ^Srmley,' . . , . - Coleman, year, Ian Allatt^ayiorssweY^ son aSc^urray^; -Ty er^fflver^arrow,,;and r ad Partic^^fn^e^«c^a ; Distant .denner stripe;, .Larry, . f! aru f rji^v,?-- iii'drtAvtfa*; 'cole, dewier; Edwin Beacham,; silver,arrow; .and Steve Doughv; erty,.,.b.car.'badge;, .... ··..,..' g' La*e w b - o . - d i C . teemed -with -de'tiectiyei'.racking. ' - ' . . figures appearedi'silpouet'ted -t- h^v«ij:.iant-J3eart'.'. at .the valentine iS 5'ar.ty -given last-week f or v the--l.akewqoc[ .CountryvQub Dansant; Cotillion dances'clubs. ' · r TOe - 'fe''.'SJlliquet;te.'Vplajed wfiue'eaVih member -strained' t dete'rniihe which - o f his con TARN MORE With Insured Safery Save Safely, Conveniently, Profitably Here . , . First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Bellflower HI04 Idlflowtr Blvd. fellflowor, Calif. Phpno TOrroy 4-1744 temporaries stood etched hinfc;the§siU3 screen that was^ the r center oinrie huge, flowery bedecked'heart. The prize for the' rhernlieE',,j;etting the most names righ'^.was a hcart;shaped;)l box'of chocolates. '".^ .!.-,'-:"-Firsts^prize^;winner in the Rhythiri ; .;.'-Ste5pers was Patty Tumdr/'Jean''J?hnson won first prize In 'the 'Jolly Juniors, and first prize for the Starlighters and.Societe Steppers went to Janis Bourassa. The game was' arranged and the heart created by Charles and Margaret Baker. Besides the regular members] of the four dance clubs, there were 170 guests. Three separ rate parties were'given to accommodate the v a r i o u s age groups. 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