Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 51
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 51

Long Beach, California
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 4, 1960
Page 51
Start Free Trial

P 4 Z 3--P 6 Z 5 INDEPENDENT PRESS TELEGR/U long Katti. Cjlll . Thun , Ftb. 4 Hi CENTER OF HOPE ELECTS Samuel S. Morrison (left), retiring president of the Lakewood Center of Hope, congratulates his successor, William B. Brenner. New officers will be installed at a dinner meeting at 8 p.m. Saturday at the La Ronde Rue.--(Staff Photo.) TO NOTE FOUNDING P l a n n i n g special Founders' Day program for presentation at 7:30 p. in. Tuesday meeting of Prisk P-T.A. are (from i c f t ) W i l l i a m E. Williams, principal; Mrs. Nolan G r e e n and Mrs. W i l l i a m F. Henry Jr., unit president. William F. Prisk, fnr whom school is named, and past presidents will be honored guests.--(Staff photo.) BURCHAM NOTES FOUNDING Founders' D;iy w i l l be noled with skits and music when David I. Burcham P-T.A. presents "Formula for Frivolity" at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. Planning evening which includes awarding nf l i f e memberships are (seated) Mrs. Wesley Theisen, honorary life membership c h a i r m a n , and Mrs. Lavernc Johnson, K P-T.A. president.--(Siaff phnlo.) w / t n iiri hopped ham FROM D E N M A R K Mercury Lights to Be Installed Work Is scheduled to start on a $33,036 street light project in the northeast section of Lakewood. The City Council awarded a contract for 57 mercury- Founders Day Programs Featured by P-T.A.s HOLMES land Mrs. Edith Carlson will Founder's Day will be oh-{'" tr °d uce . , a " Honony-y Life served at the Oliver Wcndall|MTMbership guests and make Holmes P-T.A. meeting to be held Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. Helen porter, Chairman, will per- vapor lights on marbelile form the traditional Candle- poles or, Woodruff Ave. and ! 'ifihti"R ceremony in honor of Mward McRae as chairman. _ , . ,, , ,, , , , , the occasion Child care will be provided. South St. The. contract was lne o^ 1 ^ 10 "- K The. awarded to Westates Electrical Construction Co. of Los Angeles, lowest of five bidders. The lights will be erected St. to the north city limits, and on South St. between Ocana and Spahn Aves. Program speaker Mrs. Williams of the L. B. Board of Education who will discuss "Nutrition". The flag ceremony will be presented on Woodruff from Camerino by Brownie Tr. 412 directed by Mrs. Dorothy Daniels. Mrs. Harold Gueling, president, will conduct the business meeting the presentation of two new awards. P-T.A. program at Gompers.,these are: Mmes. G e o r g e Highlight of the meeting will be the presentation of the Honorary Life Membership award for the outstanding A social hour will follow service rendered by a citizen with second g r a d e r o o m i o f the community to our mothers as hostesses and Mrs. youth. Second grade room Ted Hall. This is in keeping h o s t e s s t h e GOMPERS Founder's Day will be featured at the Samuel Gompers P-T.A. program T u e s d a y evening, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Jane Wilson, chairman, will direct a skit featuring the various activities of the'president in 1953 to 1959 mothers will social hour. * t * * MADISON The James Madison P-1'.A. will observe Founders' Day on Tuesday Fubruary 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium by honoring its past Pelletier, Myron Brooks, Jr., Robert Anderson, Ray Van Alstine, and Robert Madigan. Highlights of each president's year will be mentioned by the founders' day chairman, Mrs. with the theme, "Continuing Through Circles of Progress". Two Honorary Life Mem bership awards will be 'pre sented by Mrs. Hall along the lines of the popular television show, "It Could Be You" During the business meeting, with Mrs. Robert Dunn report. Refreshments will be served following the meeting by second g r a d e mothers under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Patterson, second grade roon representative. # # * * BIXBY February unit meeting for the Florence Bixby P-T.A. honoring Founders' Day, will be held Feb. 9 at 2'p.m. in the school auditorium. The program will inclu'de the flag ceremony by Boy Scout Troop 171, .presentation of past presidents and honorary l i f e membership award for outstanding service. presidents. From c h a r t e r presiding, t h e nominating Selected students from the .second, third and fourth committee will present their grades will enact, a skit in ..eeping with the theme. Special entertainment will be provided also by "First Grade Rhythms" under the direction of Mrs. Blanche Hogan. Second grade room mothers will hostess the coffee hour. * * * « CARVER A comedy skit depicting the trials and tribulations, as well as the joys of the P-T.A. board members will be presented at the annual Founders' Day m c c t i It g of the George Washington Carver P-T.A. Tuesday, Feb. .9 at 7:30 p.m. The skit was written and will be directed by Mrs. Arthur Laflamme assisted by Mrs. Herbert Pond. Life memberships will be awarded and the past presidents of Carver P-T.A. will be honored. "The Dining Room at Car ver" will be the subject of the f i v e - m i n u t e highlight speaker, the noon director at Carver. Mrs. Robert Hite will preside at the business meeting. Hostesses for the social hour following the meeting will be the third grade room representatives: Mmcs. Dallas Martin, B. M. Carfcy, Robert Bruce, R. W. Grabham and Robert Krebill, grade level chairman. * * * * KELLER "Founders' Day" will be observed by Helen Keller P-T.A. at the next meeting on Tues- day, Feb. 9 at 1:30 p.m. "Efforts Together Then, Now and Tomorrow for Children" is the topic. Past presidents and past honorary life members will be honored by a skit presented by Mrs. R. C. Cross, Founders' D.-.y chairman, and Mrs. H. Zacky, life membership chairman. Inspiration by Mrs. Montford E. Holt and Mrs. Blanche G. Brewsler, principal, will give a warm greeting and message. The afternoon kindergarten class will provide the music, and hostesses will be office staff and morning kindergarten mothers. * * * · * TWAIN Mark Twain P-T.A. will (carry out their theme for the year "Guidance As They Grow" when they meet Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. l.ois McLean, Founders' Day chairman, has prepared a skit "What P-T.A. M e a n s to F a t h e r s " to co-ordinate Founders' Day with Dad's night. William Palmer, Sydney Winter, William Powell, Marion McBride, Dale Sears, Frank McBride and Doug McLean will take part in the playlet. Russell Hoskins of the Lakewood YMCA will narrate a panel on "Guidance Through Discipline." Mrs. Jean Stevens, juvenile protection chairman at Mark Twain, will represent the parents; Richard Blackly, sixth grade teacher 'Acceleration' Henry Theme In keeping with the "Into Orbit with P-T. A." theme at Patrick Henry the February meeting .will be titled "Acceleration." It will be held in the auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. As Founders Day will be observed, two honorary life memberships will be presented. Mrs. Jim L. Haney will introduce past presidents. An imaginary skit, zooming oft to a new planet will explain P-T. A. work . why was founded--by at Mark Twain, will speak from the faculty's view, and Ll. George Walsh of the Lakewood Juvenile Dept. will present the law enforcement side of the issue. Hosts for the coffee hour will be the third grade fath- whom and it's many achieve' ments. Participating will be Mmcs. Robert Mallett, James Gordon, Chester Wiley and Dexter Selby. The flag ceremony will be performed by Boy Scout troop 218 under the leadership of Wilson H. Dresler. Following the meeting refreshments will be served by sixth grade r o o m mothers u n d e r t h e chairmanship o f Mrs. Lcc Howard, room representative. 2 New Stamps to Go on Sale Two new commemorative stamps will be issued by the Post Office Department in February, Lakewood Postmaster Earl Baker announced. They will be the Boy Scouts of America Golden Jubilee Stamp and the Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Stamp. The Scout stamp will be on sale Feb. 9 and the other on Feb. 19. Requests f o r f i r s t - d a y cancellations on the Scout stamp should be made to the Postmaster, Washington 13, D. C., prior to the date of issue. Olympic stamp requests should be sent to the Postmaster, Tahoe City, Calif. P 5 Z 3-P 7 2 5 Photogs to Meet "Bridges" will be the photography theme for the Lakewood Camera Club when it meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16. in the recreation room at Bolivar Park. City Planners Meet The Lakewood City Planning Commission will meet at 8 p.m. today in the council chambers. Youth Unit to Meet The Lakewood Cily Youth Committee will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, in ths council chambers. £ ,*rZ£f /fite£t FREE! 6 PACK · 6 OZ. COCA-COLA WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1 CARTON KING SIZE L M CIGARETTES · LIMIT 2 CARTONS PER CUSTOMER · DEAL LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND EASTERN GRAIN FED LEAN mfi PORK STEAK 49 EASTERN · BULK OR I-LB. ROLL S SAUSAGE WILSON'S PENNSYI. SMOKE1 SAUSAGE WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF CHUCK ROAST 7-BONE ROAST... .49 -eSS IN THE WEST" PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS. · FRI. · SAT. · SUN. · FEB. 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 » WILSON'S PENNSYLVANIA STYLE SMOKED jjgc fllPHR BETH'SUGAR CURED HICKORY SMOKED Fully Cooked 00 c HAM SLICES Oil"' CUT THICK TO BAKE OR REGULAR TO fRY Food Club (( . -\ DUBUQUE · SMOKED READY TO SERVE BONELESS CANNED HAMS 5a$Q'« fltPHFl BETRInuH'd-KXe WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF SHORT RIBS °« fllPHR BETR Intm'ct-'Rite WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEF DONE IN THE FINEST OF ALL BEEF ROASTS t RIB ROAST (OWA MAID · FROM THE TALL CORN COUNTRY SLICED BACON 1-LB" PKG.,, F/SH s^I7T PRESH » S 50£I CENTER CUT Sc /Swordfisfi M M C ffS^I?\.. 46 OZ. CANS ROYAL STEAKS FRESHER' INFOH! Fit I THE ONLY CR'ACKER MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING FQR PEOPLE WHO SHOP FOR QUALITY--AND DONT MIND ^ PAYING A BIT LESS 6 VARIETIES DEL MONTE « YELLOW CLING · IVi CAN PEACHES C H ^S Food Club · LGE. NO. 91-i CAN ^^ ^^ FRUIT COCKTAIL 33 C Food Club ALL GREEN CUT ^Ifc ^^ ··· ASPARAGUS! 25 C 29 R PAN « 16-OZ. CAN ^^ 4%* ill Con Game 29 59' nffiE GEBHARDT · NO. 300 CAN TAMALES PETER PAN · 16-OZ. CAN WITH BEANS Food Club STFMVEEFP.Y Preserves HALF PRICE! V/* DINING IN FROZEN · 8-OZ. MEAT PIES CHICKEN, TURKEY, EEEF H O T P R I C E S O N C O L D F O O D S ! STEERTHISWAY FOR SAVINGS... A FIESTA OF SAVINGS ON "TOP 0' THE CROP" FROZEN FOODS! QUALITY CONTROLLED, EASY FIXIN'EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR! TOP FROST FROZEN · 6-02. M m GRAPE JUICE 15 C TOPFRQST FROZEN mm AM LEMONADE 15 S 1. TOPFKQSr* 14-OZ. · SAVE lOc JHj £^ f FISH STICKS 49 DINING IN · II-OZ. PKU. · SAVE lOc ft £± TV DINNERS 49 APPLE · CHERRY · PUMPKIN , SALTINE CRACKERS " MAXWELL HOUSE · DRIP, REG., FINE . COFFEE Food Club · QUART · SAVE 20c SAVE 30c ft CHICKEN OF THE SEA · NO. Vi CAN CHUNK TUNA F* B REASONS WHY FRONTIER STAMPS r KStf · fg REAL QUICK SAVINGS . ".".'··". ""'''"'"""^ TM I ONLY 1200 STAMPS FILL A BOOK B · "" ;; ' ; : -'·-····· : r B ^ FINEST QUALITY PREMIUMS . ..OVER 2000 _ 4m NATIONAL BRAND ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM... ,r r ^ph^ · CHICKEN · TURKEY · BEEF BAYS · PKG. OF 4 ENGLISH MUFFINS A DELICIOUS TREAT C Co DELICATESSEN FEATURES ! 10 CONVENIENT GIFT CENTERS ... UNMATCHED ,FOR SERVICE, CONVENIENCE DISPLAYS ' J3 ... Where every dollar you spend... PAYS A DIVIDEND! OLD MILL · PKG. OF 1 DOZ. TORTILLAS 10-OZ. PKGS. · -SAVE UP TO 50c · BRUSSELS SPROUTS g I lUA D P A N C FORDHOOK · MIXED VEGETABLES ·SUCCOTASH 9-OZ. PKG. · SAVE 20c EA. ·GREEN BEANS MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM! YOUR CHOICE! TOP FROST FROZEN SLICED ·§ STRAWBERRIES*) FROZEN FOOD ALEX · LARGE PREN'CH CUT OR CUT v.'E REStavE THE RIGHT 1O LlV.lf QUANTITIES · CUT CORN · PEAS · PEAS CARROTS 10-OZ. PACKAGES · SAVE UP TO 26c Of THf WEEK! TAMALES FOR MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM! YOUR CHOICE FOR FREE© B O N U S STAMP* 7-OZ. PACKAGE FllPHR BETROR ,i wi PURCHASE OF PKG. MORE niPHflBETH 1 - f iwit ut"\oott* · in delicatessen cases everywhere/ It's maaa only from Iho leanest ham in the worldl SLICED AND VACUUM.PACKAGED IN LOS AHGFlfS UNDCR U.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTION alpha beta stores loca:tctl tlinni'/lioitt sou'.l'.crn California, . . . in your area al: LAKEWOOD 6436 E. ROSECRANS STEARNS, SPRING ST., AT CLARK, LONG BEACH LONG BEACH BELLFLOWER CHEESE PTH.S VALUABLE COUPON V o l i d T h r oSUN, f tB_7f CUP C A R N A T I O N 'BSSSSSi'S PROCTER GAMBLE SOAPS V I S I T YOUR FRONTIEH STAMP CRNTFR IN NORWALK . . . 10W ALONDRA AT S7UDEBAKER ROAD Limit \ ' WIENERS 1 POUND PACKAGE HlPHfl BETH BAKED BEANS M, MM . . . TART AND JUICY! EXTRA FANCY · WASHINGTON t f t f t B A P P L E S "~ GARDEN FRESH « TENDER · GRF.F.N LB. WINTER NfLLIS · CALIF. GROWN SUNSWEET · JUMRO · TENDERIZED 1-LB. CTN. E V A P O K A T C D A\ILK ^ oCs OJ JIVOSY .... I\'ORY . , 'n AKES KiJO" LI.'UIO s ; ;l |S\OW Y*i 35 : Ci.L'AM "·. ^CASCADE Cr5 ,,, 49 C COM . 41' 41' ET C! «!i SPAN c-;. IELR f.': s-zt 2 '* 99=! · ' 8 3 = I A 3 1 CIDER VINEGAR j : 30 C | HIINi CATSUP u.oz. 74c BOTTLE *·" CHASE SANBORM I INSTANT COFFEE! I "°"TM«N FACIAL TISSUE I9 C SERVE WITH \ViE\ERS TON'IGHT! I " 1 f ] T SCOTT ' | i TRFI TOP I FAAMLY NAPKINS I SCOTTOWELS SOFT WEVE APPL[ JUiCE | PEARS LUSCIOUS · SWLET AMD JUICY 'C EAT 'EM OUT OF PKG. 12 OZ. PKG. GEOMItS STRAINED BABY FOOD r 33' | 2 - 2 7 ' ' | j __ C : « T 33 C I B O T T L E i 3 CAM 3i c SCHILLINGS PAPRIKA ..i-cz. 25 C SCHILLINGS CHILI POWDER I9 C L

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free