Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 69
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 69

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Sunday, July 16, 1961
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i FURNITURE Early American _ WAREHOUSE DIRECT OPEN TODAY. SUNDAY. 10 to 5 Early American Sofa Foam Rubber, Zipper Cushions Hero Is truly fine qnolliy contraction. Soft, luxurious foam cishlont, rigged .tweed Bpnolstery, long 7 - foot l««glh. Choice of fabrics and colors. Exactly as pictured. Made to sell for 219.95. COLONIAL WAREHOUSE PRICE...... MAPLE MAGAZINE RACK Salem finish. Sturdy con- struction. Made to sell for 9.95. COLONIAL C9J5 WAREHOUSE T » TRICE *^ Colonial 1740 DAISY AYE. rtdmtrial C««t*r el Lo»9 Beocfc O~ MoA W«it ef Mo?«=!!« Av*. HE One Block South of Pacific Coast Hwy. D " " ' ' ott a type. Reg. 6.95.-..~_With this coupon GOOD THRU JULY 22 I DISTRESSED MAPLE TABLES Made to Sell for 39.95 By Estelle St. George SEVERAL HOURS each day, seven days a week, Andrew Petersen keeps happy with his hobby of raising Shetland ponies ot his home at 7 Acacia, Rolling Hills. Passersby enjoy the hobby, too. They find the setting--a two and a half acre woodland --a picturesque and pleasing one with the baby ponies cavorting about under the watchful eyes of their diminutive mothers. Topper, a middle-aged show pony, spends much of his time on the front lawn which he keeps well mowed. Ask Topper his age and he will paw the ground the correct number of times--only one of his many talents. On special days the ponies appear in parades, proudly drawing carts or chariots which are designed and made by Petersen. I Ponies are Andrew Petersen'i hobby, but this one appears too young yet fo appreciate true value of hay. However, life requires a certain amount of conformity and young tastes m^st come around to vegetation as a way of sustenance. Youngster samples mother's breakfast.

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