Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 53
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 53

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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PJZ3-5 HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTES 1 Supervising the activities of 20 beautiful contestants is the yearly job of Mrs. Lil Clark (right), who spends several months, just prior to the annual Pan American Parade Festivities being held this year April 29, arranging the annual Miss Pan American Hostess Contest. Mrs. Clark points out where the Miss Pan American Hostess will land in Mexico, to this year's second place winner Miss Diana Mclntosh. OCIAL f NEWS S LAKEWOOD Swim Head fo Speak at P-T.A. Meet Guest speaker for thn Apr! 10. 7:30 pjn. unit meeting o the Cubbcrley P-T.A. will be Mrs. Frances Nason, director of aquatics for the Long Beach Recreation Department. She will open the swimming sea son with a talk on facilities available to Long Beach chit drcn--especially during East' er vacation week--and water safety, including mouth-to mouth rcsiscitation. Installation of new officers with Mrs. Richard Payne in charge, is also on the eve ning's agenda. Mrs. John Worthington will be Installed as Ctibberlcy P-T.A. prcsidcn' for the coming school year with Jay Rider as first vice president. Other elected off! ccrs to be installed are Mes dames Ramon Godfrey, Stan Icy Pohl. John Nelson, Ran som Sare. Leon Davis, John Kimblc, George Sullivan. John Wyscarvcr. T. F. Bartels. and auditor, Harold Grey. Busy- Bluebirds will Icac the Pledge of Allegiance and the inspirational will be an nstrumcntal ensemble by the school children. Hostesses wiii be first grade room mothers Mrs. Joseph Risinger, chairman. Uy ANNE HOWE Bird cages filled with spring-like pink and yellow daffodils set the stage for Ihe Sixth Annual Pan American Hostess finals Thursday p.m. at Hoover Jr. High School. After a snappy opening salute hy Ihe smartly dressed Lakcwood Ambassador Drum and Bugle Corps, introduction of attending dignitaries and guests by Pan American Hostess Chairman Mrs. Lil Clark, thu parade of lovely contestants began. Take twenty pretty girls ofi varying |crsonality. lcauly!p.imclM I.uslig, who wilhl and poise--all fresh and cncr-'I'annmanhn queen Nitcia An gctic--eager to he a part ofjglizola. will reign during the: this extension of friendship l%2 Pan American festivities, for our Latin American neigh-1 Only comment made hy our Open House Scheduled at Mark Twain Mark Twain School will hold its annual open house Tuesday. May 1. from 7 to 9 p.m. and cordially invites parents and friends of its stu dents to visit. At that time classrooms and other school facilities will be open for in spoction and teachers will be 'present to answer questions ' At the Mark Twain P-T.A unit meclinn in March, the 19G2-I9KJ elected: Mi president, and Mmcs Wm. Turin. Wm. Ellsworth 'arl Thompson, George Moore and A. F. Edge, vice presi dents. Also elected to office were Mmcs. James Smillic, corre spending secretary; Robcr Pond, recording secretary; W W. Powell, finance and budg iiimvL-ii taiiin m-inis, niiiii-iMary Mnrlcy at their show at ct- James Spencer financia kan. nnd Ollie Connor. May , nc clubhouse tonight. Just inlsrcrrlary R B ' Gilmore Co we came to n unified de- , irnc for a,^,. t h c Ra | s will , rrasur e r . Me ,V in Mi |, cr audi mmn-lherc's no s.mple way modc| |hc htcst Mlirc suit . |nr _ a n j ' Donald Jones' h^ bors, and it makes it really difficult to choose. Discussing this problem with judges, Dr. Vcrnon Hinzc, Lakcwood High; Marjoric I.cftwich and Beth Norman, fellow newspaper rcprcscnta 12 year old Kris, was "How they were all so pretty?" She was right, too. · · · * CO.Mi: RAIN OR SHINE members of the t-akcwood .Gardens Civic Assn. Mother's lives; R i c h a r d M a n s o n . j c i u h will feature Fashions b Hoover; Eaton Ilemis, Mill!-Mary Mnrlcy at their show at If.-in nnrl Ollip ffinnnr \1.i\/'.i --I..L.I . !_L. i . · -- to pick a winner. Speeches on Pan American- Ism arc part nf the requirements for Hostess Contestants, and t'wns delightful to note how extensively most of them had prepared their ideas. Dressed in pastel or white short formats the girls made pretty pictures as they pir nutted on stage oftcr their talks. before nnd SOFT MUSIC, appropriate for the occdMon, was pljyvd by ninth grade Hoover student Cynthia Comarr, who also prc scntcd n special piano srlcc lion during the intermission. A Jazz combo of Hoover students also preformed while the judge's votes were tallied. Interesting sidelight include nutcd on stage tcstants, Ursula before and Cohn is a able for town, travel and the theater. (Assume they will have some clothes for those who stay home, too.) Tickets arc scarce, hut there will be some nt their door for late buyers. LAKKWOOI) CITY HALL employes will don their rags and knapsacks for a switch- about Hobo Dance Saturday evening nt Agate Hall. Social izing from 8 to !), dancing to llit* music of P.uiI Hiuard, Ills orchestra and entertainers will highlight thc evening's festivities. Chief Hohn tirkn native of Holiva. having conv to the U.S. to live only seven years ago. After casting our final dc clsion, Mrs. Clark introducci Slate Area Methodist Conference Lakcwond Trinity Method 1st Church. 5050 Dunrohin St. has been chosen to he the Teaching Conference for the Long Bcach-I-akewood area o Methodist Churches. The con fercnce will be held Friday nnd Saturday. April fi and 7, and will include workshops observation of teachers, working with children who arc enrolled in ll,o regular Church School of Trinity, ant evaluation with the te.irhers. Leaders of the conference will be Mrs. Billic Rhyne. L.B. District Director of Children's Work; Mrs. Earl Murphy. Director of Christian Education of North Hollywood Methodist Church; and Mrs. Kathy McConncIl, teacher in the Church School of First Methodist Church of Long Beach Teachers, p r o s p e c t i v e teachers, and all who arc interested in the Church School program of the Methoditt Church are invited to attend. Further Information may t* . obtained from the Church , office, TO 7-98DZ include Moc Green, Emle Vrecland. Adam Sofalko, Pat Shepard, Ken I'itsenbcrgcr and Jo Bennitl. Quite a change from their usual well-dressed daytime activities. Spring is sprung, looks like the rain is over (I hope) and that's nil by Howe for now. torian. Teens to Attend Youth Conclave Y o u n g p e o p l e of 32 churches in the Mctropolitai Conference of thc American Lutheran Church will con vcne at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hawthorne this Sunday. Among t h o s e altcndini from St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Woodruff at Arbor are Jerry Smith, Dennis Dahl n Skaug. Melody Erdah! S u z a n n e Powitsky, Skip Mooncy, Gary-Tollcfson Monica Hcndcrshot, Rcbccc Smith, Dennis Dahl and Shirlic Sampson. Tim Storvick, son of St Timothy's senior pastor, ant freshman at C a l i f o r n i a Lutheran College. Thousand Oaks, will preside at con vcntion sessions. DRAMATIZATIONS OF LENT Various scenes of the Lenten season nrc drama* tizcd in full costume nt children's programs each Friday afternoon at St. Timothy L u t h e r a n Churcii In I-nkcwood. Pictured above nrc Mrs. Kurt Weichcrt, artist and creator of costumes and makeup, pulling finishing t o u c h e s on George Johnson, parish assistant, who writes, directs and acts in the dramatizations. Linda June Weichers Bride of Raymond Cox L i n d a J u n e Weichers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W a r r e n Weichers. South Sate, became the bride of Raymond Cox in recent ceremonies at the Church of the Latter Day Saints, Downey. The bride chose a full ength gown of white lace and nylon with a bouffant veil. 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