Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 46
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P2 Z5 1 EYES EXAMINED · GLASSES FITTED · BLENDED LENSES · CORNEAL LENSES · COMPLETE SELECTION OF FRAMES · BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED · EYE EXERCISES INaiMNOINT-HIII-miOMM,, * I Calif.), fhwi., May 2J, ' : GA- 1-4488 ConvtiilMf T»rmi If frtt farting DR. ALFRED GABLER OPTOMETRIST · OPTICIAN 2927Va PALO VERDE--LAKEWOOD PLAZA LONG IIACH, CALIFORNIA SOCIAL, NEWS 3*l LAKEWOOD LOIS WRAV Services Set Friday Rnbbl Harry Lcvenberg will speak on the topic, "In the Wilderness," at Friday evening services In the Lnkewood Jewish Community Jlulldlng, 6-140 Del Amo Blvd. Sabbath services are conducted at 8 p. m. Friday and 9 n. m. Saturday. 30»i ON NAME BRAND 0 OFF TV and RADIO TUBES FREE RCA--G-E--SYLVANIA--CBS--RAYTHEON YOU BRING 'EM IN WE TEST JEM 12 TIME PAYMENTS ON TV REPAIRS MONTHS TO PAY OFFER GOOD THIS MONTH May 1st to May 31st TELEVISION SERVICE CENTER 5409 SOUTH STREET Phono TOrrey 7-7218 · 1 Block East of Bellflower Blvd. . . . LAKEWOOD Lakewood Aid League activities for the year 1957-58 will be under the leadership of Mrs. William Burns and her new cxcci» live board. Elected at the league's May luncheon meeting, th new officers will be Installed at a dinner dance planned for June In addition to Mrs. Burns officers-elect are Mmes. Edmun Coyne, first vice president; Do McCown, second vice presidenl Glen Proslse, third vice pres! dent; T h o m a s Doran, cor responding secretary; Guy Hal forty, recording secretary, ani Angela lacobonl, treasurer. Mrs, Burns, an cstnbllshci resident of Lakewood, has beei active with the Aid Lcagu since shortly after It was es tabllshed. She has served on th board for the past two years having held the positions o treasurer and recording secrc tary. She has worked unccas Ingly for the causes furtherei by the group, serving as volun tecr at the Carmelltas Branch Office of the Dellflowcr Health Clinic In the well-baby confer ence, Mm. Hum* ban devoted mnny hour* to other project* Inolnd Ing Jnvenlln protection chairman for 1955-56 on the. board Holme. Klementnry I'-T.A. She I* H member nf Hoover I'-T.A nnd of the- newly formed Laki wood Coordinating Council. Nbn ulng* In thn eholr nf thn Wesl Lnkewood Baptist Chnrrh, Mrs. Coyne Is assuming the post of first vlco president and ways find means chairman for the necond year. Previously she served as membership chairman, In addition to her league activities Mrs. Coyne Is the new pres. Ident of Beta Alpha Chapter TCpsllon Sigma Alpha. Mrs. McCown also was elected for a second term to serve is second vice president anf membership chairman. She was chairman for the group's highly ·successful membership tea In February. Sir*. I'ronUn devoted »o many hours to her project* chairman ihlp thnt »h« wan returned to rfflrc. Mm him been thn Unison for tbn group nnd Its vnrloin Interest* Including thn I/n An le« County Bureau of Public AN*bitanep. Mrs. Ilalferty becomes recording secretary after completing a most successful year as league president. She also puts In volunteer hours at the well-baby clinic at Carmelltas. Mrs. Doran also Is « second term electee to the office of corresponding secretary. She Is be coming a volunteer at the Bell flower Health Clinic. The books of the organization will again be balanced by Mrs. lacobnnl. Her service hours have been spent In community work. ON APPROVED CREDIT J25 MINIMUM ONLY! 'prize. The speaker will be the judge. Kindlon of offlcvni for thn coming year Will IM Hie Important himlnnti of thn eve- I nliif, Them will l» dm lima) jiliint WIN*, plnntM coming frnni thn gurdrn* (if th« nicilllH-rB. lt«fre»liii»nt» ulll be ncrvoil.' Visitor* BTB welconin til Hi- tend, Tuesday evening, Mrs. Herman Simpson entertained new members of the club at her h o m e , 5136 Centralla. Mrs, Henry Dreher, Glenn Wilkinson and llcrmaan Simpson showed c o l o r e d slides of beautiful Southland p/trdens and exotic blooms. Mrs, Henry Cocrllck, retiring president, Installed the new officers of Beta Alpha Chapter, Epsllon Sigma Alpha, and pre- sentcd the chapter with a cnvcl. The Installation meeting preceded pntluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Ulrlo W a r i n g , 4903 Brlercrest. Taking offlcn iv«ra 'Mm**. Ril mil nil Coyne, president: Waring, vlre (i r e · I d e n t; fleorgo Nye, reconllni* *rcr«- tnry; Forrest llupklnn, cnrrn- iipondlnir secretary, nnd Hubert lUlicr, treanurar. A p a s t president's pin wns [Iven to Mrs, Goerllck by the! :roup In recognition of her out! landing-leadership during the last year. D u r i n g her term members contributed time and, money to many worthy causes,! r i e l u d i n g Exceptional Chll-J Iren's Foundation, a MIst-o-Genj U n i t for the new Lakewood lospltal, cnmpershlp fund, spon-' orlng a Girl Scout Troop and lartlclpntlng In many fuml-rals- ng drives, such a« cancer, heart, Mothers' March and Community Chest. The chapter Is rep- ·csented on the board of the -akewood Youth Center. Other members attending the m e e t i n g were Mmes, Ronald Squires, Roger Russell and Arhur Jencks. . EFFECTIVE THUftS. - FRI.. SAT. · SUN. ONLY PLASTIC PATIO PAIL 1.98 Vglut 1 29 PLASTIC DISHPAN 1.98 ValHt 00 CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 10-lb, Boa 89 COMPLCTI LINI OP BARBECUE ACCESSORIES PLASTIC WASTE BASKET 1.49 Volue 1 00 LADIES' BLOUSES 99 C PICNIC JUGS 2 98 AND UP MEN'S -- WHITE KNIT ' ' SPORT SHIRTS 00 ROCKET 3012 BELLFLOWER BLVD. I IJ830 BELLFLOWER BLVD VARIETY STORES LONB BEACH (Ntxt to Mirkit Bukit) LAKEWOOD (Nlrt to MoCojr'l Mirkit) Lakmvnml fiarden Ctnh will ! llold UK regular meeting «t 8 p.m. TiiMilay, Slay 28, In Cro»s ronil* Community Chnrrh, Mil) Clark Ave. Jon Llltlcfldil will t« true»t uppaker, using "Spring IMantlng fnr Cnlcir" a hi* to|ile, : An authority on gardening, Llttleflcld Is known for hi down to earth advice as well as for his lively and Informal talks, lie maintains them are no deep dark secrets to good gardening, Traditionally, members of the club will attend the meeting dressed as though they were go- Ing to work in their own gardens. The one most appropriately dressed will receive n Fete Festival Chief Lakewood City Council this week presented a resolution of appreciation to Councilman Gene Nebcker for his leadership In staging the Tan American Festival Parade earlier this spring. ground! n«xt Wnlnnday, May 3D. Mn. VVavn Lund, nchool sec-' retnry, announced that pre- kindergarten registration will be held May 27, 28 and 2!) from 8:30 a. m. until 4:.10 p. m. lilrth or baptismal certificates musl be shown at that time. Saturday, May 25, Is the date selected by the Women of the Lakewood Jewish Community for their first social affair for couples. It will be n square dance and supper at the community building, 140 DeJ Amo Blvd. Dancing will start at 8:30 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs, Charles i'atton BS callers. Cottons and cans will be the order of dress,: delicious supper will be ln-| eluded In the admission price of $1.50. . I Pre-Graduation Special ' C1! ' n " ""* OUR REG. 15.00 COLD WAVE oo "Come in, Go Out PleaitJ" Open nreningi Til! 10 P.M. Ph. GA 5*2328 3964V2 STUDEBAKER RD.--Lakowpod //; ihe SluJebattr Shopi... I Blott South a/ Canon I'lnnl plnni fur the annual carnival and spaghetti dinner were Hiinniinced ut the Mny m e n t i n e of llorarn Munll I'-T.A. The f II nil-r H l i i l n g event will he hrld Frklay In the nrhniil rafptorlum. Dinner will be nerved from 5 until 8 ). in. Mrs, David Suberl, local ca- crer, Is In charge of cooking he dinner. Mrs. Olle McAn- ilty Is chairman of the dinner, isslsted by Mmes. O. T. Steffcn mil Vcrnon Dcnhnm. Mrs, Harold Barrett, chairman of the carnival, named the Mmes. Norman Stroh, L. R. loldren, Bud Hcttlnger, John Ihrcndos, Ross Thompson, John ansen and George Baddcrs. During the dinner, entertainment will be furnished by the iellflower Branch of the Mule Center Accordion Studios. - Hugh Rowland will open n icw square dancing class May ) In Illlcy School Auditorium, Jowney Ave. and Sandwood St. Tie class will meet every Vedncsday from 7:30 p. m. un- II 10:30 p. m. for 16 weeks. Kn- ·ollment will be open for the Irst three weeks. There will be o charge. One of the most enjoyable irograms of the yenr was pre- entcd at the fathers' night meeting of Lakewood Elemen- ary P-T.A. A hilarious skit, I low Men Might Run the .A." was presented by a cast ncludlng John Knos. Leone Jenen, Roy Conboy, Robert Rogrs, Edward Simlnoh. Arthur lobcrg, Richard Ice and George Vye. Mrs. Claude Steele, president, cportcd on the State P-T.A. onventlon. She appointed a rogram committee to work Ith Mrs. Leone Jensen. The 937-58 budget was read by Irs. James Sheppard and dopted by the association. IjiUewnncI P-T.A. will give n estern carnival nn the Reboot Folding Chaise Lounge · Full Length · Four Petition! · Plastic Webbing In Atiorted Colon · Weather Reilttant s CHAISE LOUNGE PLUS 2 STACK ALUMINUM CHAIRS ... '27 78 HOLLAND HOUSE Toyi · Hobbl.l 5424 Woodruff Palis Furnllur. · TO 4-6677 Hwrll *|10 *· · fell? T^^.r MI rrM«r nil f r, M, ID «· f P, M. C WATCH FOR IT.... SPRING CLEAHERS ««. SOON NEW FACILITIES AND ADDITIONAL SPACE FOR A ... LAUNDRY LAUNDERETTE TO BE OPENED SOON . ,, . ,, , . ,, ^^^^xQyQXi=xS»2 WE EXTEND WELCOME TO SKIPPER FRANK OF CARTOON CAROUSEL ON TV WHO WILL APPEAR IN THIS SHOPPING CENTER ON SATURDAY. MAY 25TH, AT 1:30 P. M. · 'CxSiy^C^^i^^i* : 2' 2^^ SPRING CLEANERS 3018 BELLFLOWER BLVD. GA 5.0612 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY S E E . . . JETS . f TVTM SKIPPER FRANK MC OF CARTOON CAROUSEL THIS SATURDAY, MAY 25th AT REANEYS DEPT. STORE AT 1:30 P.M. jetpropel your feet with they're fasti $395 3 CENTRAL Playland Slu IVi !· 12 Sl» IVi l« 1 Celont R«d r HIM. 3" 3" Slut 4'/j I* t Norraw t M.dlum WldlKt HEAVY DUTY TYPES Slie 8'/i to 2 ... 4.95 Size 2'/3 to 6 ... \_= 5.50 Slza 6'/3 to B ... 5.95 Wldrht be colorful... casual... REANEY'S DEPT. STORE 3008 NO, BELLFLOWER BLVD. OPEN DAILY t A. M. TO » P. M. SUNDAYS f A. M. TO P. M. · GA 9-9511 THE HOME OF

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