Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 47
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 47

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
Page 47
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P3 Z5 INDIMNDINT.NIII.IIltlMAM , Thwk, M.y ]J, 1(17 Mother and Daughter Honored at Shower · II.Y 1IEKNICE AIIUKNDES A baby shower was held on Amo, wa« 10 on her birthday, Friday evening to honor Mm. May 21, Two four-year-olds cele Alicf Kllllngsworth and her this week. Rondo Joy tiny (liniRhter Patricia Ann. The West, 43X1 Palo Verde, had. a thowrr was held In the home birthday on May 22 while Kathy 4803 Whltewood, of Miss Maybelle Steffep anil Mrs. Aqnes Ltisk was the assisting hostess, I'lnk dominated the color Hellenic. A floral arrangement and a decorum) cake were rye catchers on the serving table. The numerous R i f t s were placed In a basket trimmed with pink. The cnesls iittendlnR 'were Mmes. Mnry Johnson, Ruth So- lenu. Mnrp.iiret I'atrlquln, Acnes ' Sutterfleld, Ktlnn Stone, Jessie Noivlln, Jletty Lauzor, Madeline Duivell and Misses Krnncls WrlKht and Altha Hellan, Many other filtts were sent hy people., who were unuble to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Kwell nnd son Steve and Ronnie of 4803 I-omlnn arrived home Monday from H ten-day trip to Utah. They were called to Provo to attend funeral service for Mrs, .Sadie Farrow. They then visited with Mrs. Ewell's (Pef-cy) par- rnls, Mr, nnd Mrs. P. N. Hodges at Bear Lake and with Mr. and Mrs, W. Marlon Kwell of Sprlnc- vllle. Mitchell Llllywhite. ft rcsl- dent of this area until four years "CO. was visiting friends hero on Sunday. During Us absence he hits been employed w i t h ) DmiRlas at Tulsa, Okla. Now he| is.bolnc transferred back to Santa Monica, so his wife Irlsj and their five children will soon be making Southern California their home again, Phyllis nnd Tom Summers o! Bellflower Blvd. with their two datlRhters are saying goodbyes to 1 their friends. Due to being transferred to Long I s l a n d , N.'Y,, the Summers will leave hefe about June 1. There were eight candles on Larry Rokkhuyzen's birthday cake May 17, Douglas Yonce, 6102 Lorelei, will celebrate his flfih birthday May 2G, while on that same day Lucille Ann Colombo, 3932 Blackthorne, will be four years old. Suzanne Hoff- mpliter, 3922 Whltewood, received birthday wishes on May 37. May 21. the seventh birth-! day of Cathy Ann Foster. 4708 Radnor, was celebrated. Mareline Steadman, who l» five, en- Joyed her birthday on May 20. Fifteen children attended the fogr-yenr-old birthday of Donnyj MeCowen, 4332 Ostrom, on Aflrll 27. Arnold Dan Gorrell, 8783 Coldbrook, was six on May 22. Diane Hoffmnn. 5733 Del Riley P-T.A. Staff Seated by Principal Miss Mildred Ilawley, .principal, was Installing officer when James Whltcomh Rlley P-T.A. held Its final unit meet- Ing of the year Tuesday eve' nlog In the school auditorium. Offlccru for 1937-58 were in- ·tailed In an emblem ceremony. Miss llawley's topic was leadership nnd the significance of the p.T.4. pin. Theme of the meotlns was · "Working Together." Mrs. Lelf Larson, historian, gave an In-! terestlns resume of the year's program, special events and activities. Mrs. Donald Moonler, record hook chairman, presented her award winning book to Mrs. John P. Anderson, president. A report on the recent state convention wan given by Mrs. Donald Mllberg. delegate. Mrs, Anderson concluded with her Impression's of the convention. Delegates from Rlley to the PT.A. men's breakfast nt the \\fllton Hotel were John P. Anderson. M. F. Gwlowskl. Jo- Mph Handy and George John- ·on. Representing the delegates, Anderson spoke on the growing prominence of men In P-T.A. Entertainment was provided by the Rlley Glee Club under the direction of Mrs, Alice Allen. OfficeTM Installed were Mmes. Anderson, president, second term: Dale Brown, first vice president; Mllberg, second vice president; T. II. Blckel, third vice president; Jay K. Low, fourth vice president; Robert Schumacher, f i f t h vice president; Lelf Larson, recording necretiiry; Harry Tlllcy, corresponding »ccrctnry; William Landgraf, financial secretary; H"t*li Ilancwlnckel. treasurer; Tod Manning, historian; Moon- ler, historian, and Mr. Handy, auditor. Refreshment! were served by first grade room mothers. · Lakewood Traffic, Safefy Commiffee Enlarges fo 7 Reorganization of Lakewood clly'» Traffic and Safety Committee wai completed this week when the expanded a d v 1 o r y unit held Us first formal meeting. ' . The reorganization, Increasing membership from five to seven and adding professional representatives, Is expected to lend greater strength and emphasis to the city's traffic and safety program. First project of the group, said Chairman Phillip Patterson.and threo profe.islonal rcprc- will be to consider a safety program for areas In which Little League baseball fields are located. "We've received complaints that too many drivers going by the diamonds wntch the game Instead of the road," he said, · · * * THK COMMITTKK formerly held commission s t a t u s , with citizen representatives making up the membership. Now there arc four citizen representatives scntatlves, Citizens serving on the committee with Chairman Patterson neer of the County Road Department, and Assistant City Administrator Carl Ellis. Kemper and Lee Lundgren, four served on the coi prior to the reorganization. The professional representatives, sitting In on thnlr first meeting this week, aro Sgt. Robert Mlchener of the Norwalk sheriff's 'station, chief of Lakewood city's traffic detail; Guy MncDonald. traffic safety engl- mmittccjAppraved by Council Advertising for bids has been authorized by Lakewood City Council for three softhall backstops and one baseball backstop at each of the city's four major parks. The Installation, to. cost an estimated $10,000, will be Skipper Frank to Visit Stores Skipper Frank, mailer of ceremonies of the TV program Cartoon Carousel, will appear |= Saturday at the shopping center at Bellflower Blvd., Hnd Rprlne ="IF YOU HAIR ISN'T BECOM-H . |lNO TO YOU, YOU SHOULD Bt= ' IcOMINQ TO US." I ·' St. to greet children, have with him his He will dummy Julius, There will be prizes given away to the kiddles. erected at Mayfalr, Bolivar. San Martin and Del fyllc Parks. - ' * Udtit' till- ttlH.j S * T/ny lad wi/cama 5 PALM TREE I BARBER SHOP | HStudebaker Rd. and SprlngH BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS BARCUS DRUGS NYLON HOSIERY SALE of Nationally Advertised Name Slightly ' Irregular 60 Ga. 15 Den. Reg. 1.29 HALLMARK CARDS For Father's Day The Very Finest Sheeer Stretch Reg. 1.49 69' PAY LESS AT EEXALL Bellflower at Spring Phone GArfietd 9-5921 DR. 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'Coatad L«ni Fliwtt Pilim Glaii Llghr Wtlght Lake wood's Lions at Catalina Meet Eight delcitcs from Lakewood Lions Club attended the annual district convention of Lions Clubs at Catalina, .« i . Representing the Lakewoodj croup were President Francis! Cannon, President-elect Robert j Jarauld. Tom Newton, Vlrjll Miller, mil Dunn. Lei Grille, Vllo Romans and Bill Walker. CHARCOAL BRIQUETS STATIONERY SALE Slightly Soiled Boxei Values, to 1.50 PLASTIC HANDBAG · ' f o r Overnight Use-- Fitted With Polyethylene Jar. Bottle 'Toothbrush Holder Expansion Band Will Give Years of Dependable Service PAY LESS AT BARCUS NEW RAYON TIES 98 Prints, Stripes, Dots. Father Special Tie, Matching Handkerchief... LAWN or BEACH MAT 1,18 «alu» SWIM FINS Small Sin Reversible Colors With Head Pad SEA ANGLER DEEP SEA ROD POOL SET Play Ball Play Ring Float Toy Repair Kit · Vacuum Inflator PENN STAR DRAG REEL 95 SPIN REEL, both for Reg. 5.?5, both for LESS AT Bill Fold! ...... .. Key Cases .. 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