Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 49
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 49

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P 4 Z 5 INDEPiNDENT-PHeSS-TBLFORAM Lonf Beach, Calif., Tliurs., Feb. 4, 1MO ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. John Nunes of 14025 Leahy St., Bellflower, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Maryana, to Daniel Teixeira, son of Mr. and Mrs. G e o r g e Teixeira of 12408 Del Amo Blvd., Artesia. Miss Nunes attended Pius X High School and her fiance attended Artesia High School. No wedding date has been set. Sam Gisfs Church Club Speakers Sam and Virginia Gist executive secretaries of th Mariners Club of the Unitei Presbyterian Church in th U.S.A., will be guest speaker at the February sixth meetin] ' of the Frigates, Mariners Clul ; of Christ Presbyterian Church of Lakewood to be held at thi church at 8:00 p.m. Skippers Albert and Jonnii Brunet extend an invitation to all married couples of the church to hear Mr. and Mrs Gist, who are the highesi permanent officers of Nation al Mariners. The evening wil include fellowship and re freshments. Also serving as officers of the Frigates, Ship of the Mariner Fleet, are First Mates, Jack and Elda Barnes; Log Keepers, Mar garet and Paul Groseclos Pursers, LaVerne and Mar garet Cooper. The purpose of the Chris Church Mariner Group is (1; To encourage Christian f n i t f and practice in every home: (2) To offer fellowship within the church for couples ol similar interest; (3) To act as a service organization for the upbuilding of the church; (4] To develop leadership for tin Church through stimulating interest in Christian work, in the Church school and re lated programs of Christian education, and through the missionary emphasis of the C . h , u r c h ; (5) To interest couples outside the church in becoming active. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Walker Of Richmond, Calif, are announcing the engagement ol their daughter Frances Walker to Stanley Lewis Moore, son '. of Mr. and Mrs. Kermitt R, ; Moore, 4247 Clubhouse Dr. ; · Lakewood. · -The groom, a Navy fire- · man, is currently stationed '. aboard the USS Shellon. The couple are planning a 1961 · Wedding date. SETS DATE Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Yen- able, 4515 Clubhouse Drive are announcing the engagement of (heir daughter Edythe Virginia, to Airman Third Class Gary Lee Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rubin . of Hayward, Calif. Edythe is ft senior at Lake-wood High School where her fiance graduated. The wedding date h.is been Bet for early next year. P-T.A.S to Mark Founding With Programs Tuesday teonard, assistant supervisor P-T.A. will hold Its unit meet- Emerson 'Our School's History" will be theme of the Emersoh- P-TA meeting at 1:45 p. m., Tuesday. Mrs. R. W. Lovett, Founders' Day chairman, announced that past presidents of Emerson P-T.A. and other special guests will honored. Special features of the program will be presentation of honorary life memberships, and a talk by Mrs. Phyllis Lovelace, Counselor, on the standardized testing program of Long Beach Schools. Cant | February meeting of Minnie Gam P-T.A. will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p. m., in school auditorium. T.Ii°. I has vey Miller, Founders' chairman, has selected a skit, "The Price is Right," written" be by Mrs. Stanley Solomon. Gant's 10th anniversary be noted. Miss Minnie Gant, a dedicated educator responsible form any improvements duct in California schools, is invited to attend, along with the past presidents of the P-T.A. Mi's. Harold Dombrower, membership chairman, w i l l present three honorary Life the memberships. Mrs. Hilda Sehman's 6th Day grade class will give a pa triotlc number. Buffum Buffum P-T.A. will meet will Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. W. C. Wilson, president, will con the business meeting after which the Founders' unit Day program under the direction of Mrs. R. J. Clark will of be presented. Past presidents will be honored, and two life memberships presented. Monroe The Fifth Milepost on'the "Road of Cooperation" will be reached Tuesday at 7:30 Tuesday P, m., as James Monroe school P-T.A. presents its annual Founders' Day program. Mrs. Robert Colberg, founders day Mothers and honorary life chairman, announces that a skit honoring the past presidents of the will be presented. Also will featured will be a discussion pins, , art in the public schools and art display by Miss Vera On of art for the schools. McKlnley Past Presii 3 and charter members will be honored »i the Founders' Day meeting of William M c K i h l e y P-T.A. at 2 p. m. in the auditorium.- A one-act Play will be presented by Me- Kinley students and the Chorus will sing. Mrs. John Forgy, Founders' Day chairman, will be featured. 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