Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 52
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 52

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
Page 52
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P8 Z5 INDIHNOINT.HIII.III[0«»M Iw* l«li |CIII.), thwl., M«r 31, If 17 GRADE SCHOOLERS OUT-BOP TEENAGERS Some 300 members of the Pre-Tcen Club at Lakewood's Mayfiiir Park prove how hep they are in n Iwp dance from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. each Friday. These fourth, fifth nnd sixth {traders dance to records In n manner that Is enthusiastically different from the way older teen-agers dance.--(Staff Photo) Salk Vaccine Given Again The Dcllflower office of the County Health Dcpt. has resumed Its program of giving polio shots to both adults and children. The schedule for adults Is 8 Get Awards Girl Scouts At a recent court of honor held at III ley School, Girl Scouts of T r o o p 2-18 w e r e awarded their second class rank badges. lUlcy I'-T.A. Is sponsor of the troop. The flag ceremony was conducted by the Muiy Dee Patrol led by Mrs. D o n a l d Moonler. Sf. Timothy Guild to Add New Circle Mrs, Cencvn ICnlahl, president of the Liidlcs Guild of St. Timothy Evangelical L u t h e r a n Church, will assist the womci n the Lakewood Kst:itos area In 'ormlng the tenth Friendship ;llblu Study Circle next Tucs- lay e.venlng. The meeting will open ut 8 o'clock at the home )f Mrs. Hurbarn Davidson, C732 Yearling. Co-hostess will be Mrs. dully Parker. Opening her home to Mary Circle that same evening will be Mrs, Dodie Andersen, 47051 Car ax. Mrs. Helen Maxon will be 'o-hostcss and Mrs. Inez Hcck- irt, Iiiblo study leader. Elizabeth Circle In the Dutch Village and Kast Ilcllflnwcr ireas will bo entertained at the ionic" of Mrs. Joanne Cowrse, 11 Kl liigelow, also on Tuesday evening. Mrs, lluth Khrlch will cad the Hlblc discussion, "Talent Night" at St. Timithy Church, Woodruff nt Ar- xir Rd., next Monday will fea- lire Darlene Ilrudbury, Patricia ·"inley, Hay Longnkcr, Donald Vance, K;iren Kogge, lietty Wll- on, Dana McKcnna, Tom Wil-i iams, Tim Ktorvick, Marian ngram nnd Kathy Mills. Ue- reshments will be seized. The '\ent will be open to the public. Mark William, son of Mr. ami .Irs. Wnren Kllortson. 522!) Ver- lura, was baptized recently nt it. Timothy by the J'ev. A. O. itorvick; also Paul, son of Mr. nd Mrs, Henry Schroeder. M20 Ladoga, nnd Beverly J e a n , laughter of Mr, and Mrs. Itich- rd llolkway, 71-11 Mnnlaco, Youth Center to Benefit at Sample Fair A Sample Fajr will bo staged Friday afternoon nnd evening to rulsc funds for Lakcwood Community Youth Center. t The fair, sponsored by the Pilot Club of Lakewood, will he held from 3 to 3 p.m. In the Lions Scout Hut, Arbor lid. and ClmrlemiiKne Ave.» More than 12,000 samples of various products will he distributed by local merchant? the six-hour event. Displays of a wide variety of products will he shown. Free refreshments will be served. Admission is 51 n person. Money raised at the fnlr will !» used by the Pilot Club to buy furnishings for the youth lenter, now under construction at Del Valle (MacArthur) Part Mrs. Sidney Avery Is chairman In charge of the project. NOHFOLK, Va. -- SI K n over a public drlnklne fountain In Norfolk: "Old Face Full." Mike Murdy, Geary Thomas. David Klnstle, Albert Mitchell and Donald Green. Carrier Takeoffs to Be Shown at Races An exhibition of model air-1compete. One race will be for plane takeoffs and l a nd I n R S 175 Inps, another for 123 laps, from a scale-model aircraft oar.|Tlierc will be both n Junior nnd rier will be put on nt !) a. m. senior division. .Sunday at Lone licach Municipal Airport, The miniature carrier, 40 feet OUR nnd eight feet wide, was 'commissioned" two years ago. The exhibitions will be part of n series of racing contests SiflClCr tO or U-control model nlrplanes " iperntod by members of (he LotiE Ilcnch Flying Esquire*, nn READY FAIR Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, Interior decorator nnd member the Pilot Club of Lakewood, assists Miss Mary Anne Campbell of Anchor Club In selection of wall' paper and other materials for Lakewood Youth, Center. Pilots will stnfje Sample Fair from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday at Scout Hut to raise funds for furnishing the youth center.--(Staff Photo) Prizes will go to the winners, according to Iiobert Uitz. president. Spectators may park In the Douglis lot, club officials said. irganizatlon that meets arly In Luke-wood. Some 50 model planes regu Lakewood Administrative Assistant Don Singer will attend the Western Regional Conference of Public Personnel Assn. will June 2-3 at Coronado. GETTING MARRIED? Compfefe Wedding P/cfur« Sfocy $19.50 THE BEST FOR LESS! Mat* 1»*r Appelttmmt farly 16721 BelHIower Blvd., Bellllower to Nit»ll Tlititir TOmy 7-21» to 10 n, m. on Wednesdays. nnd iT|l( , y |(lr ,,,,,,,, |(1( , , , . . 1 to J p. m. on Mondays «nd wmlllm L)lmli;l , afi , )1¥s / n , wl ,,'/-» f , -r I Sho^ fn, «.»«. ,TM. ,'P'«y 'n. pantomime and several, L.UDS TO I OK6 for persons from G |SOnes. As (he awards were pre-j . , . . , . iBwiitin. JVM mi- mvtims \vuie ure- months to 19 years old will be , cd pflch , , , , H ', ^ n l i - A i \ M / M i y l ( i n ttit., l/*ni,lnn " * · · " » . iven Monday through . Friday, 8 to 10 a. hi. and 1 to 3 p. m. The Bellflower office will ad minister the polio shots to res I dents of Lnla-wood, Artesla, Dairy Valley, Norwalk and Bellflower. Planners in Lakewood Pondering Apartment she had found most Interesting In earning her badges. Refreshments were served by the Hummingbirds, led by Mrs, II. B. Teltlebaum and the Silver Flowers, led by Mrs. L. Me. Gill. Scouts receiving awards were Harbor Trip The Shearwater trip around the harbor, planned for April by Cub Scout Pack C3 and postponed because of rain, will be held Saturday. Cubs will meet at Magnolia pier at 1:30 p.m. "Firu Prevention" w as · the Sherry Anderson, Fayc Atlas, Patsy Bcacham, Nancy Bechtel, theme of the pack meeting Joan Bullock, Franclne Curry,,Tucsday. A skit on the subject Lakcwood City Planning Com-jCarolyn Kills. Cherrie Kwlngjwas presented by the den moth- mission has taken under advise- Sheryl Frost, Marsha Hampton, Ws, Mmes. Harry Stevenson, ment a requested zone change Unda Ilanklns, Llbby Ann John- Paul Jenkins, Rlchanl Hollar, fur construction of 100 npart^son, Donna Koehler, Patricia Charles Murdy, John 1'vans, ment units on Fldler Avc. at Landgraf, Glory Ix-e, Linda Mc-Jlobert Ballard and Don Lee. Candlewood St. Barry Taper and Lee Goldln of Bradley Estates asked for a change In zoning from n-1 (ln-l Kle-famlly residential) to R-3 GUI. Vlckl Siw Marsh, Lynda! Memliors of a new Boy Scout Miller, Patricia Moonler. SallyJTroop '222, with their leader Mlchaelson. JoAnn Mlchos, Ker- Frank Jones, were special guests ry Newklrk, N n n c y Noblett, and received their charter from (multiple-family residential) for^een Rummler, the tract. Linda Pierce, Kvc Poland, Kath- That Lake Again WEBSTER, Mass. (I'.Fi--This Ceeyl Talsky, Susan Talsky. Dana Taylor, Kthelynn Teltlebaum, Connie thn Appllng District. Awards were presented Alan Rlcketts, Jeff Jones, Billy Stevenson, Darryl Miller, Ross Thlbsult, Connie T h o r n ton,'I'lnmbeek, D e n n i s Sharon Weaver, Penny Jo Wclty and Cathy Worsham. · town has appropriated $1,658 tojaimna KOIUIV o j a M enforce boat traffic laws on Ewlng, Joseph Halliburton, Les. lie Hampton, Jess Johnson, G. H. Talsky and Conrad Thlbault. Lake OiargoggagoggmanchauE' Gacoggchnubunagungamaugg. David Rlcketls. Pnul Jenkins. John Conway, Don Teague, Russell Brandt, James Haller, William Potts, Mike Haller. Don Oakley, Martin, John Evans, Jimmy D a v i d Worthlngton, FORMAL Thurs., Fri. Sat. May 23, 24, 25 CAR WASH At Regular Price of 1.25 With Any Gasoline Purchase or at Regular Price of 1.50 Without Purchase 3 DAYS ONLY--MAY 23, 24,25 RICHFIELD CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED DUTCH VILLAGE CAR WASH PLAY SHORTS Now . . . «hilc quantities last -- find srrurtly detailed styles in nationally 1 acclaimed f a b r i c s . 1 Jst colors. 10 to :o. ELASTICIZED TUBE TOPS Cool, colorful tops . . · frcc-of- straps, for an eicn tan. Y o u r c h o i c e : g a y stripes and solids. Use the IP'. T. Gnint "Charge-It" Plan ... No down payment-take months to 6000 SOUTH ST. AT WOODRUFF IN DUTCH VILLAGE Broadcloths or Plisses in COMFORT-CUT PAJAMAS His favorite short-sleeve style in no-iron plisscs , . . coat or middy; r e g u l a r long-slccvc m o d e l in high-count broad- clolli. All ate tailored to Grant specifications for comfort fit and also for long wear. Come in a colorful assortment. A to D. Reg. 2.98.' REG. 2.98 WASHABLE PLAY SHORTS lor Children, Jrt. each 33! ftcg, 39c each. An assortment of cool Summer fabrics all tailored with comfy boxer waist. Sizes 2 to 8. CANNON TERRY BEACH JACKET Smarf fasftfon, tiny pr/ce' This s u m m e r cover-up goes %-length, j p o r t s l a r g e p o c k e t , white. S, M, L. Sch'lgirls, md.. Ig. 1.98 Cotton Batiste ·Baby Doll' with All Nylon Lace REG. 2.98 O Short, short bedtime story t o l d in fashion's qcwest drip-dry cotton batiste . . . seen in delightful nin dots and trimmed with nylon lace. Red or blue. S, M, L. Lakewood Center The Friendly W. T« GRANT CO· Family Stores Lakewood 1 Center LAKEWOOD CENTER MON.. THURS., FRI. -- 9:30 to 9:30 TUES., WED., SAT. -- 9:30 to 5:30 5000 Lakewood Blvd

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