Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 48
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,P3 Z5 Lent INDEfENDKNT-PRESS-TElCORAM ItKh, Cllll., Tin,,.., F«Y 4, 1H« OCIAL^NEWS LAKEWOOD By ANNE HOWE A POTPOURRI of social Buchner. news in Lakewood this week. A ward party for 80 young Women who are mental pa tients in the Pacific State Hospital at Pomona was on tap for Lakewood Junior Women's Club members Wednesday evening. Mrs. William Butlers. Mental Health Chair man, planned the a f f a i r featuring bingo and b a k e d brownies which were served with .coffee and mints. Gifts Cf jewelry and cosmetics were presented to each of the pat ients by Mines. Reginald Banks, Harold Rootlieb (Los Cerritos District J u n i o r s Press Chairman), Roy Kundtz, Kenneth Cooper, W i l l i a m Palmer, club president; Edmund Powell, Roy Place, James Barry and Patrick Lyon. Sounds like a real nice gesture. * * * * THE LAKEWOOD Postal Clerk's Auxiliary recently received a word of thanks from the Porterville State Hospital for other items of clothing donated by the group for the 2500 patients ranging from 2 t n S3 years old. Nice to know Lakewood philanthropy extends so far. A SURPRISE PARTY for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clemens and Mr. and Mrs. John Baird In honor .of their new abodes was given by members of the Lakewood Jaycettes last Saturday eve. The group ended up at the Baird bailwick where dancing and chips and dips occupied Messrs. and Mines. Carroll Beason, Dick dcMasi, Jim D n n a h u e, John Gnllcgocs, Bob Givcns, Chuck Haynes, Tom .lust, Bud McDonald, Don McLaughlin, D w i g h I Mitchell, Jim Paddock, Ted Schnce, Paul Worthington and others. * * * * LAS VEGAS in Lakewood VMS located at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Walker Saturday eve when they en( n r t a i n c d members and lius- hnnds of Lambda Beta Clinp- tcr of Beta Sigma Flii. All types of games were played during the evening w i t h winners receiving suit- nhle prizes. Enjoying the rnrly m o r n i n g breakfast served by the host and hostess were Messrs. and Mmcs. Robert C 1 a s e s s e n, Ralph Gcnese, W i l l i a m Gilbert, Richard Grace, Carl Grell, William Kahnnic, Larry Lee, Don Munn, William Phelphs, Frrd Newton, Joe School- c r a f t , and M.ix Sticrli. * * * * MEMBERS AND prospect i v e rushocs wore their casual rapris to enjoy a delightful evening in Rome at "Casa do Zeta Eta." In reality it was Zeta Eta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha's first rushing parly of the season, held at the Lakewood home of Audrey Williamson wirii Sally Nilssnn as co-hostess. I t a l i a n posters, candles, wine bottles and the odor of pood food carried out the I t a l i a n theme. As guests arrived they were greeted w-ith, ''Ben Venuto Casa de Zeta F.la" and given clever little name tags in the shape of the map of Italy. Each one drew a "job" from "Canestra Cooperative." A basket filled w i t h different, assignments such as h e l p i n g to serve, clean up, etc. Wine coolers mid tiny p i z z a pie hors- d'oeuvres were served. The beautifully decorated buffet table was laden w i t h Italian spaghetti, tossed salad, garlic table was laden with Italian relishes, with coffee and spumoni for dessert. A f t e r everyone was delight- f u l l y full of good food some games were played. The first being the old mixer game of "Gossip," then a clever card pame where gifts were won and exchanged. Those who took an imagin- .sry trip to Italy with Zeta Eta were Barbara Brown, Betty Stout, Rose Roberts, Doris Denman, Jenny Vinson, Mead Hanscn, Sally Nilsson, Audrey Williamson, Audry S t e w a r t , and Mary Anne Hopper, and Frances Wallen. That's all by Howe for now. Scout Officials The Lakewood Boy Scout District will hold its monthly commissioner s t a f f dinnei meeting at 6:30 p.m. today in the Lakeshnre Room of (he May Co., executive Ray Gar- map announced. Guests Marge were Joan McGonigal Double Ring Rife Unites Local Pair Rose Officers Thrc * *° Janet Keas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keas, 4722 Vangold Ave., L a k e w o o d , traveled to the Keesler Air semble. Force Base, Mississippi, for her recent marriage to Ted Zidenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Zidenberg, 2713 Denmead St., Lakewood. The bride chose a street length gown of white net and ceremony performed by base Chaplin Taylor. A white orchid and carnation bouquet completed her wedding en- Matron of honor Sandy Fuller was attired in a blue wool sheath and carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. The groom asked Charles Reed to be best man for the nylon for the double ring morning ceremony witnessed by 50 guests. After a reception held at the Airman's Club the couple, who are both Lakewood High to Be Elected School graduates left for a Assn. will elect officers at a honeymoon trip to New Orleans. They will reside temporarily in Biloxi, Miss. Brotherhood Week Lakewood Mayor AngeloM. lacoboni has proclaimed Feb. 21-28 as Brotherhood Week. Recreation Meet Three members of the Lake- The Lakewood Rose Float wood City Recreation Depart- dinner meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Hody's RestaU' rant. Initial planning stages will float entry in the 1961 Pasa- Atty. John Todd. ment will attend the California and Pacific Southwest Recreation Conference at San Jose, Feb. 14-18. Representing the city will alfio be started for the city's be Superintendent Ken Pitsenberger, Supervisor Ted dena Rose Parade. Retiring Dilley and Mrs. Edith Jami- president of the group is City son, director of women's activities. RICCIS DELI. IILLHOWIR'S COMPLITI Italian Grocery · BEER · WINE Closed Monday Open Sunday 10 to i 17319 BELLFLOWER BLVD. 5 DOORS N. 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