Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 62
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P I 2 Z 5 INDiriNBf NT-riIIS »f lt«»«M LtM IttcL tu** lkw. AWH L IHJ Laktwood Youth Advisers to Mtet The Ukewood City Youth Wednesday In the council Committee, 11-msn advisory chambers. The Rev. George group to the ,City,Council, will meet «t 2 p.m. next E. Foye, chairman, will pre- tide. ·*| * » 3 Jf. it it; I;' 8 r. «-.' l-L ». s I ^o-Lunn tfr ,unn 7 14532 BELLFLOWER BLVD. BELLFLOWER COMMUNION CONFIRMATION DRESSES GIRLS' SIZES |.6x--7-14--SUB-TEENS A complete lint of chubbcHet for Eaiter Fits arrived HATS - GLOVES - SPORTSWEAR PHONE TO 7-7777 f TJ. t IWt IM*M»»ryTf7' CARPET MILL END SAUE A B has bought out a complete mill end stock! Thousands and thousands of room-site carpeting) Small enough for your bathroom and hall runners and big enough for a complete house. Initiation ipr LW Regina Coeli The Ladles of Columbus, Regina Coell Council,. will hold an Initiation on Monday, April Oth at the Lakewood Elk's Hall at 8 pjn. The ceremony will be preceded by · juffet supper at 7 p.m., with ihe Initiates, state and national officers- as guests of ;he council. Rev. Andrew tlan, will participate In the Initiation, and address the! 9xl2 's-100% Wool or Nylon ..AU.10.WAW- BROADLOOM CARPETING group. Ladles to be Initiated are Mmes. Roy McMUUn. James Patton, and Joe Laven. Lady Ann Rtllo Is chairman for the affair. : Switch HELENA, Ark. (UPI)-Gene] Bearden. former pitching star j for the Cleveland Indians, now serves as manager for the Helena .Country Club and]I Golf Course. DUN s DRAPERIES TO 6 - 1 5 1 1 -Sl»ll Photo ANTICS IN THESP/ANf/CS Rehearsing for act in Thcspiantics, comedy- drama -revue to be staged Friday evening at Lakewood High auditorium, are (from left) Raymond Bergeron, 18, Steve Arena, 18, and Janet Howell, 16. Lakewood High Sets Thespiantics 1 Revue ·Thcspiantics." a comedy-.scenes from plays. A Miss 'drama revue, will be staged Thcspiantics of 1962 will be at Lakewood Hiph Schoolichoscn by the audience, auditorium Friday evening at) The show'is sponsored by Speech Clinic Head Lectures Mrs. Aleen Agranowitz, dl rector of the L a k e w o o d ! Speech Clinic and to-author| of Aphasia- Handbook, will l e c t u r e on "Disorders of Ncurologically Handicapped Children" Thursday, April 5. 2 p.m., at the Board of Education building, 1405 French. Santa "Ana. This third and final lecture will be for speech therapists of Orange County. The first two at Orange State and Long Beach City colleges were for advanced students in special education. ·- WOOL or NUON ·«5JSP«« tll[ ^ 10,000 YARDS ef "EMNANTS A B LIQUIDATORS 1728 SOUTH BELLFLOWER BLVD. AT FIOWEK ST. --IEUFLOWEK TO I-C011-- Opm Mo4oy tVin Friday t:10 'III f; Sat. MO !· ( Chief attraction is an old- fashioned melodrama, "He Ain't Done Right by Nell." by Wilbur Braun. Featured in the one-act play are Janet Howell, as the heroine; Raymond Bergeron, the hero; and Steve Arena, as the villian. Others in the cast are Carolyn Kings mill. Jon Gutstadt, Karen Wooddcn and Carla Clem. Emccos are Rick Doyle and Mike Gnldstock: The program will also include dance num hers, skits, monofogues and Breakfast Aids Pony Leaguers The Greater L a k e w o o d Pony League will hold its an nual fund - raising Pancake Breakfast Saturday. 7 to 11, at Cole's Market In the Dutch Village shopping center at Woodruff Avenue and South Street, President John Coffee announced. Tickets arc 50 cents per person. 40-MPH Speed Set in New City Area Lakewood City Council has approved a 40-milc-per-hour speed limit on Del Amo Boule vard between Pioneer Boule vard and Studcbaker Road in its newly annexed territory The action followed a rada check of traffic on the street .akcwood Troupe 716 of the National Thespian Society, laymond Bergeron is presi- PLAZA Practice Set for Rebekah Lodge Degree practice will be held when Lakewood Rebekah Lodge meets on Wednesday, April 11, at 3908 Woodruff Avc. Plans will also be completed on the Bake Sale which will be held at Cat's Store on April 14. I. Opal Downs and Eileen feminine fashions . . . for ... Scars will have charge of the Easter program and refreshments will be served by Oasis ! Lodge No. 447. OPES _ MONDAK THURSDAY fntr* tf**" YOUTHFUL HALF, LARGE l AND PETITE SIZES · dresses · sportswear · lingerie · sweaters i rulf lizcs ·'misses' sizes* lirper sizes 121/2to3:'/2 38 to 46 -46 to 52 LADY I7t::-S. 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