Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 47
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New Leaders Installed at St. Timothy The Rev. A. 0. Storvick, pastor of St. Timothy Luth eran Church, Woodruff at Ar- sor, conducted impressive in stallation of these elected eaders of the congregation: Einer Johnson, chairman; Wil iam Leyman, secretary; Leo Maxon, treasurer; E d w i n Gaede, assistant treasurer; Warren Ellertson, financial secretary; Mrs. Melvin Chrisensen, assistant financial secretary; Michael Kokinos, build- ng fund financial secretary; William Northrop. Sunday school superintendent; How ard Henricksen, assistant Sunday school superintendent. The Board of Deacons was elected as follows: Robert Parbst, Martin Brandhorst, Del Dake, Kenneth Mullis, VIelvin Christensen, C a r l AWARD WINNERS Participating in award presentations by Lakewood American Legion Post No. 496 to outstanding members of the Lakewood Ambassadors, teenage drum and bugle corps, are (from left), City Councilman Gene Nebeker, Duane (Skipper) Lillesve, winner of the John Henry Sherman Award; Mrs. Sherman, mother of the late John Henry Sherman; Mary Lee Asmussen, outstanding color guard girl; and Tom Doptis, Legion Post commander. ,14, by Legion A 14-year-old Lakewood youth was honored this week as the outstanding member of the Lakewood Ambassadors, teenage drum and bugle corps. Chosen for the honor by Manager Bill Francis and members of the sponsoring American Legion Post 496 was Duane (Skipper) Lillesve of 4512 Albury Ave. The youth was presented with a medal and will have his name engraved on a large perpetual trophy named in honor of the late John Henry Sherman, former director of the Ambassadors. Skipper started with the corps as a Cub Scout mascot five years ago. * * * * MARY LEF. ASMUSSEN, 15, was presented with the Americal Legion Post 496 Award as the outstanding girl in the Ambassadors' color guard. P r e s e n t a t i o n of both awards was made by Lakewood City Councilman Gene Nebeker, long a booster of the corps. * * * * ANOTHER AWARD was given to Earl Douglas, chosen as the boy who has shown the greatest improvement in the past year. An award for "meritorious service" to the Ambassadors was presented by the Legion Post to the Indep e n d e n t Press-Telegram. Acce p t i n g the award from Commander Tom Doptis was reporter Earl Griswold. Honor Mrs. Norris Lange as 1959Toastmistress The newly elected president of. the Lakewood Toastmistress Club, Mrs. Norris Lange, was also honored as Toastmistress of the Year at the recent installation meeting of the Lakewood Toastmistress Club. The Nel Jackson trophy was presented to this year's winner by Miss Betsy Byrnes, chairman of Council 1, Southwest Region, ITC. Mrs. Lange, who has been program and education chairman, Council representative for the Lakewood Club, presented a parliamentary workshop at the Wilmington TM Club, conducted a class in parliamentary law, and acted as club parliamentarian during he past year. She has recently taken the examination given by the National Association of Parliamentarians. Mrs. Lange is a member locally of Thcta unit. Meetings of the Lakewood Tcastrnistress Club arc held on the "first and third Thursdays of each month at the Lakewood C o u n t r y Club. Guests are welcome at all meetings. The Lakewood Club is planning a public relations luncheon Mar. 17 and all those interested in self improvement are invited to attend. Reservations for the February meetings and the March Public Relations meet- ng may be made by calling vlrs. George Dougherty, 2953 Silva St., Lakewood. Class Visits Riley Feature Class visitation will be the main topic during the Riley P-T. A. meeting to be held at 10 a.m. Feb. 9. . After class visitation, Dr. Dorothy Welch will conduct a forum entitled "See How They Learn." Also featured will be Mrs. R, C. Ecklund, Juvenile Protection ^Chairman; Mrs. H. L. Tilley," Founders Day Chairman, and Mrs. J. K. Low, Chairman of the Nominating Committee. The $luebird N e s t Bluebirds will lead the flag salute. Wennes, Mrs. Harry Eshbach, VIrs. James Pope, Mre. Robert Arnold. The Church Council: Einer Johnson, Melvin Christensen, Kenneth Mullis, Harold Snell, Carl D. Anderson, Paul Emrick, Kenneth Chambers, Del 3ake, Clarence Karst, Orville Peterson. 'Undersfanding Children' Topic of Six Hoover Meets "Understanding Children" the adolescent, Will be the subject of six sessions, featuring round - table discussions TO and films. These will be held on Thursday mornings, 9:30 to 11:30 at the Hoover Junior High School auditorium. WHO'S RUNNING THIS HOUSE, ANYWAY? is the title of the program for Febru ary 11 and the film, "Roots of Happiness," deals with the way in which the amount of self respect and dignity have determine how well - disciplined the child is. Mrs. David G. Barkin of the Home and Family Living Department at Long Beach City College, will moderate the d i s c u s s i o n period. Mrs. Barkin will also present the program on February 18, BEGINNING OF SELF-| UNDERSTANDING, showing 1 the film, "Angry Boy." On entitled colonel F e b r u a r y . 2 5 , five Hoover mothers will present a playlet on HELPING YOUR CHILD BE HIMSELF, "Tomorrow is a Day." The film, "Social Attitudes in Adolescence," on March 3 will show that GROWING UP and the emotional upsets of young people is very normal. The speaker on March 17 will be an attendance counselor on SCHOOL HELPERS IN COUNSELING and for the final program of the series, Mrs. Barkin will show a film "Sibling Rivalries," on March 24. This film on WHY DON'T WE GET ALONG? shows how one family "resolved" normal feelings of rivalries that exist in most families. Discussion periods will follow each program. Mrs. Ray Van A l s t i n e , director of E d u c a t i o n at Hoover and the parent-cduca- P3 Z3--P2 ZS INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELBtRAM ··Kh. Ctllf.. Thuri.. F*b. 4, l?4* Lakewood Army Officer Promoted A Lakewood Army officer was promoted to the rank of in recent ceremonies at Ft. Carson. Receiving the promotion was Col. Howard E. Hamilton · of 4422 Iroquois Ave., commander of the Supply Group, largest component of the Second U. S. Army Missile Command. Mrs. Hamilton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Finnen of 4548 Radnor Ave. tion chairman, Mrs. Kenneth Blakebrough, urge all Hoover parents to attend and especially invite parents of sixth grade students who will be attending Hoover Junior High next year, to join Hoover parents at one or all of these meetings. P-T.A. units may .ise these sessions for Parent- Education study groups. Regularly $2.?5 . . . S::o E2-.E2 ir,c!-.c; dollar days Save 40%! 'LINEN-LIKE' WIPE-OFF Flannel-Back Tablecloths 5179 52x72 Inchei, Regularly J3.95....J2.4? 52x90 Inches, Regularly $4.95 52.99 Appealing print designs in choic« of colors. Wipe off plastic surface fused to flannel back which protects your obis. Astonishing Value! Astonishing Value'. 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A. hospital in Long Beach recently is an annual activity sponsored by this organization and this year served well over 300 guests with homemade goodies donated by members. This group also is; active at the hospital in escort 1 service-pushing patients to! treatment, r e c r e a t i o n and therapy. VTO Aircraft tf ovie Scheduled erf Lions Dinner Films on test hops of a ver- ical take-off aircraft will bo hown at the dinner meeting f Lakewood Lions Club at ·:45 p.m. in the Scout Hut. The speaker is Robert A. Sarbee, design engineer with Doak Aircraft Co. of Torance. He will be introduced ly Dean Sanders, program :hairman. President Walter C. Westy) Westfall will preside. Tincher Plans Founders Program Eugene Tincher P-T.A. will fitngo its annual Founders': Day program Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The program, under the. direction of Mrs. Robert Ellip.! will demonstrate child wcl-i farp services of P-T.A. units' and Council. A special feature; of the evening will he prcs-l entMion of an honorary life! membership. I Birthday Theme at MacArthur .·' , TV .1, I day" is the theme of the Par-j ent-Teacher meeting to be held at the Douglas MacArthur School on Tuesday, February 9 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Emanuel Lampel, program and Founders' Day chairman, has announced that invitations have been extended to all past presidents of the P-T.A. to hp snrrial guests at this Founders' Day observance. Three honorary life memberships will be given at this meeting to persons who have given outstanding service to youth. These awards provide funds to assist students who wish to continue in the teaching field. The ."lag ceremony will be conducted by Boy Scout Troop No. 106 under the leadership of Harold Mangold; the inspirational message will be given by Mrs. Asa Gatton, former recipient of an honorary life membership. 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