Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 48
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P 4 Z 5 INOIMNDINf.Ptlll.TIIIMAM 31, lt7 Sf. Cyprian Fiesfa Sef for Two Days ·Saturday and Sunday, Junejkltchen and Mmes. Helen Mc 1 and 2. are tho dates «et for Lawn. W. L. Edward* and St. Cyprian's annual fiesta. The affair will bo held on tho church grounds, Clark Avc. and Arbor. Roait beef dinner will be icrved on Sunday only, The fiesta committee Includes the Rev. Mario Matlc, chairman; Mri. Mark Kozar. treasurer; Misses Marilyn Elpers and Thelmn Wilson, secretaries; Mrs, Will'am Fote, president of the Partuh Council, and Mrs. Thomas Hcbblcthwalte, president of the Holy Name Society, For the Sunday dinner Mmes. William Lynch and Robert Wai- George Coutti, the dining room. Preparations will be mado more than 1,200 guests, A large cantlna with all kinds of refreshments nnd soft drinks will be staffed by room mothers, Mme*. A) Weber, Kenneth Gibson, I. S. Reed and their coworkers. . Mmes. John Dlslaclnto, Joe- quelyn Blbee, John Schrader, Robert Kleslc and John LadlRo will staff the gift booth and Mmes. Andrew Bouraasa and John 1 Idler, the dolt booth. . The bnby booth will be hsn- ston will be In charge of the died · by Mmes. Francis Ray, W, E, Surratt and David Carr. Mrs. Lucllla Sanderson and sewing committee will be In for charge of fancy work. The cake, pie and cookie booth will be managed by Mmes. Ilnrvey Urlbe and LcRoy Sanders. Mmes. John Arthur and Edward Dynon will have charge of the post office booth. Members of the Holy Name Society will, take care of the country store and the fun zone. Knights of Columbus headed by John Schrader will operate the coke booth. Mrs. Sylvia Novack and her Camp'Fire Glrh will have a booth. The Bisters of St. Cyprian School will operate tho fish pond and the toys booth. The City of Lakcwood will her accept the proposed dedication of an extension of Paramount BlviC south of Carson St. to Cover St. ns a 81-foot-wlde, slx- Innc street, It was announced this week. to OK Street Extension The council approved a rec ommendatlon of Its Planning Commission, however, that the extension "should not lie accepted for dedication unless It Is fully developed In accordance with existing standards because It will be the city's responsibility to maintain it, and It will be subjected to extremely heavy traffic loads." The proposed extension would give greater access to Douglas Aircraft Co. parking lots, providing a link from Carson St. to Cover St., a private road which now opens only on to Cherry Ave. finals last month, and will compete with contestant! from nine other district*) at tho- Pasadena event. Queen of Corral 33 to Seek State Crown Margie Edes, queen-of Lakewood Corral 33, will compete! for the state title of Queen of the Equestrian Trails at the 1 group's annual meeting Friday through Sunday at Oak Grove Park, Pasadena. I Miss Edes won In dlstrlctl EARN MORE With Iniurad Safety Savf Safely, Conveniently, Profitably Han . . . First Federal Savings and Loan Anoelation of Btllflower H«04 ltllfli«r llrd. l«llfl«mr, Ctta. Plwiw TOrrar *»1744 MRS. KOBKKT K. HOWE Women's Club President Lakewood Women's Club Will Install Officers -- ' · Mrs. Ttobert K, Howe will as. , Bume leadership of the L/ikr wood Women's 'Club when the Croup holds Its annual Instal · Jatlon ceremony May 27 at 7:30 p. no. nt the Silver Saddle Res- -taurant In Downey. Mrs. Howe has been a mem- .her of the club since 1933 and lias served It as press chairman, h i s t o r i a n , ways nnd means chairman, community s e r v i c e iind. c u r r e n t l y , membership chairman. She Is the mother of five children and has assisted In many community "activities itlncc she nnd her family moved to Lakewood six years ago, She has represented L a k e w o o d Women's C l u b as organizing chairman, executive secretary nnd president, of the board of directors of tho Lakcwood Com munlty Youth Center during the last two years. She succeeds Mrs. Reels Jeffries as club pres IdenL · Mrs. C h a r l e s neither, who founded the club In January, 1953, will Install Mrs. Howo and her staff. Other offlcen arc : Wmcs. Dcwaync Darker, first vlco president; Hugh Granafcl, - second vice president; Joseph 'Kiynpcr, recording secretary; Nicholas DcNol, corresponding secretary; Frank Estrada, treasurer; Donald F o b c s , curator; Murmy Becker, press chairman;' Gordon French, historian, and Regis Jeffries, parliamentarian. New chairman Include Mmes. Harry Atkins, welfare; Stanley Mllledge, ways and m e a n s ; James Dean, hospitality; Rich, nrd Jones, social, and John Vogel, membership. The remain. Ing chairmen will bo named aft. cr the first official meeting of the new executive board. Looping lariats, shining boots, wagon wheels and cactus will carry out the western theme in table decoration, according to Mrs, James Woods, social chairman. Mmes. James Spence, II. C. Mutschlcr, Ruben Guerrero, William Stlffler and Clarence Chlsm have assisted the social chairman In planning this special event. The Lakewood Women's Club Has a membership of more thnn 100 women Interested In pro. moling civic activities, welfare, cultural achievement and social fellowship. For the past two years the main project of the Club has been the promotion of the establishment of a commu nlty youth center for teenagers, as'well as participation In all community projects. One of the high lights of the evening will be presentation of tho second annual Ruth Bach Award to the outstanding worn, an In community affairs In the Ljikewood area. DATE FOR PARISH DANCE NEARS Mrs. Robert Nelson (left), chairman, Is seen brief- Ing committee members Mrs. James Tlerney and Mrs. John McGaffln on final arnngcmcnts for St. Pancratlus Parish's fourth annual danco,»schcdulcd for June 1. The Holy Name Society and the Women's Parish Council are sponsors for the affair. Herb Glfford's Orchestra will play for dancing at the Lakcwood Country Club. Mrs. McGaffln and her husband are In charge of ticket sales.--(Staff) Co-ordinating' Council Names W. L Pavelin W. L. Pnvclln of 3l£9 Year- · ling St. ha* been nominated ai charter president of the newly formed Lakewood Coordinating Council. · Pavelin Is president of the Vlllato Squires Tonstmasteri Club, and 1» district commit- · nloner In the Lakewood Scouting program. Boy Nomination of offlcen was will al«o be accepted Irom the announced by Mrs. n. II. Phil- ihrlck, steering committee chal*-; man. . · . · · » · · 1 ' ELECTION of offlcen was originally scheduled last Thurs- dny, but wan postponed until June 3 to give participating organizations more time to affiliate with the coordinating council. Many of the member organizations meet only once or twice a ·brick said. month, Mrs. Phil. The council Is open to all Civic, tervlcc, fraternal and no- :ci»l orcanliatlons In tho Lake- ·wood area. ' Other nominees: Tho Rev. Harold Banks, executive vice president; Howard Springer, administrative vice president; Mrs. Kathryn McFarland, recording secretary; Mrs. Reels Jeffries, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Ora Knudson, treasurer; and Mrs. Phyllis Knnmnn, historian. Nominations floor at the election meeting. Six Precincts Eyed for Parks Election . Lakcwood Park District will consolidate the city's precincts Into six or eight special precincts for 1U dissolution election on June 11, President David Ilarkln reported Wednesday. Directors have called the special election to disband the district so that porks and recreation functions can. be consolidated with tho City of Lakewood. STORES WILL BE CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY THURSDAY, MAY 30 PRICES EFFECTIVE 1 THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY* (·IN STOKES OPEN SUNOAY1 Add Sal»t Tax to Applicable Items. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES RICH GIFT MEAT- VALUE ! ... It^ the Low Prices AFTER, TRIM that determines flEAl VALUE / - LIBERIA HALVES IN HEAVY SYRUP PEACHES 21' 33* STAR KIST 29-OZ. CAN FOR BAKING OR FRYING Crisco___cAN SUNSHINE HYDROX 73* HUNT'S BARTUTT Pears ' HALVES IN HtAW SVB1IP GRANULATED SOAP White King ,; 53 c SUPERIO Spaghetti Evm oft*r b«f hat IMMI |jov«mm«tlt-flnxJ»d and can- fully choxn by ««jwrt buytrt, It hat another tiadlng MarfcM Haiku ilondard to mttli ·»"y cvf prtpar*d by ((·« m*at cirtttr mutt bt on* »i«'d b« proud to nrv* In Ml own horn., By i«l«liv« aging, car*M handling and trimming, thn Marktl Boiktt «p*rtt offw th« kind of b*«f you'll b« proud t* Mrv«, tool FOR YOUR MEMORIAL DAY BARBECUE! STEAKS COMPARE OUR TRJM. ^^ _ T-BOME 95 PORTERHOUSE » 99' I.LB PKG. PRESENT THIS COUPON AT MARKET BASKET. FT IS WORTH Kt .TOWARD THE PURCHASE Of SUGAR ONE IO.LB. BAG SAVE 25 THIS COUPON GOOD ONLY MAY 83. 84, 55, M. l»57. LIMIT; ONE COUPON PER ITEM PER CUSTOMER. T -n.rmranTnxTa*--M- --"' rrmansfxiTam- PRESENT THIS COUPON AT MARKET BASKET, rf IS WORTH 30e TOWARD THE PURCHASE Of ARMOUR STAR sfft 4fc CANNED HAM MPF 30 oNEivi.LB. CAN JflrJl W THIS COUPON GOOD ONLY MAY 53, 54, 55, 56. l»57. LIMITi ONE COUPtlN PER ITEM PER CUSTOMER. ,,. SAVINS OBUi THIS COUPON RTH I5c TOWA LEMONADE PRESENT THIS COUPON AT MARKET BASKET. FT IS WORTH I5c TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF WBTWOOD six «-oz. CANS THIS COUPON GOOD ONLY MAY 53, 54, 53. 5«. I9}7. LIMIT! ONE COUPON PER ITEM PER CUSTOMER. PRESENT THIS COUPON AT MARKET BASKET. IT IS WORTH 30« TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF QUILTED ONE MITTEN THIS COUPON J»OO ONLY MAY 53. 54, n, J«, 1957. LIMIT! ONI COUPON PER ITEM PER CUSTOMER. . r U.S.D.A GRADED CHOICE BEEF ONLY FRESH FROZEN--BONELESS SHOULDER CLODCQc 75' ROLLED AND TIED LB. BONELESS TOP SIRLOIN is. BONELESS ROUND STEAK OVEN READY f mm RUMP ROAST L. 65 C *I 19 GROUND ROUND u, 65 ( u PATMAN'S SMOKED--SWEET, SMOKY FLAVOR! Spaghetti Sauce 2 *-° CAN PICNIC SHOULDERS LB. RATH'S BLACK HAWK BREADtO, QUICK FROZEN VIAL CHOP-ETTES ' FREE 50c OFFER--INFORMATION IN STORES! 39' ROZEN 45' DOLE' Pineapple- Grapefruit Drink MARKET BASKET BRAND LUNCHEON MEATS ROUND OR SQUARE CUT-^JJ. Bt£F SLICED BOLOGNA OLD FASHIONED SANDWICH LOAF ^ 25' 29' FRESHLY DRESSED FRYING RABBITS . 55' TENDER MEATY 46.OZ. CAN CANTEEN CUT LUER QUALITY AND SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKFURTERS MA E L A L T V! HORMEL'S SLICIO--6-OZ. VACUUM PKG. (01D BOILED HAM 49' 59' ARMOUR BANNER BRAND EASTERN _ _ . SLICED BACON «£ 49* , CAVP'S LAMINATED ^- _ _ BEEF STEAKS ?£ 4 «« $1.00 GORTON'S FULLY COOKED KONOMY tft FISH STICKS I.LB PKG 59 l_/MN | CUD l-U I ' ^^ ^J^ ^ GREEN BEANS 2 21 MARKET BASKET m ·« MAYONNAISE 45 BITS 0' HONEY . 4^ f^mm ROGERS PEAS 2 27 ROYAL · CPIBTTN UJjli/l A 111 LINDSAY LARGE PITTED Ripe Olives ' CAN 29' GREEN, PtACH. WHITE. YELLOW Zee Napkins 2 " £ 23' KEN-U RATION Dog Food 2 ° 27 f 54-OZ. CANS. J FOR 4t, ZEST BATH SIZE DEAL PACK FRUIT FLAVORS Toilet Soap 2 ^ 29* MARKET BASKET ALL PURPOSE Detergent ^ 47 c i DELICIOUS HOT OR ICED UPTON TEA 20 PKG. Of 16 BAGS PKG. OF 48 BAGS, III 4.0Z. PKG., 11. B-OZ. PKG, 7Jt UPTON t PIECE tlOOSE BOTTOMl REG. J I . J » · |%||. ANGa FOOD CAKE PAN 98° ALL MHAL, WITH WOOD HANDLE . . »^ MM PICNIC BASKET .$ 1 29 BASKET WtAVl DESIGN. RUST I MSISTANT. TIGHT FITTING HINGED COVER. HAMBURGER MOLD MAKES PERFECT SIZED HAMBURGERS. POTATO PATTIES, ETC. RIG VH SOUP MIXES 3 - PKO, IIIF-VIGITAILI Ot ONION, 1 PKGS, t«« GRIIN PU. 1 PKOt, lit 't HUr/TS DEAL PACK Tomato Paste 4 ^ 27 .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^.^«^^ s^ · FOLGERS Instant Coffee ^ S 1 Z9 BRING IN YOUR COUPON CRIAM IT WITH PH1AM. ll« KAUKAUNA Cheddar Stick FOODCRAFT Sweet Gherkins 29' LX3WNYFLAKE PANCAKES ·10 6 PANCAKES IN EACH PKG. C IN IVIIT (AITON AI IPICIAl SA1I MICI KING-SIZE ^S /^ i FRESH MARSHBURN f^ £L (CARROTS2 9 /ORANGES^ 5^29 ( 1 EGGPLANT - ^10 ( POLISHED HARDWOOD LAKEWOOD -- NORWALK -- BELLFLOWER CUTLERY TRAYS FOUR COMPARTMENTS* REG. Jl.4»

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