Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 39
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Good Cheer (s) for Next Year PODOLNG OUT REQUIREMENTS for Wilson pepster groups are (from left) Karen Berkey. Kathy Baker, Marge Lassiter and Donna Rosen. Tryouts for flag girls, song leaders and majorettes are being held. Delegates Named, for Confabs By PAT BECKER Van Wise and Bruce Shinder, Wilson juniors, have been e l e c t e d by the American jtgioa to attend Girls" anc Boys' State June 17-25. In the gills' division. Karen DeGrott was chosen as alter nate. and Frances Finn. Julie Viley. Sue Samuel, and Sue Jneberger are runnen - up. loss Hilley is alternate to 3oys" Sute. Three additional joys win be chosen from Wilson by other posts. Five hundred girls from over California will stay a ie University of California at Davis where they will learn about government functions. Boys* State will be held Sacramento. GETTING READY to provide enthusiasm are newly elected Poly song and flag girls, from top, Sherry Grand, Martia Merritt (right), Dena Macrate, Laura Ball (left) and Sandee Levin. Girls will perform during next year's games. Club Contest Winners Picked Sharon Kemmer. curren editor-in-chief of High til and fashion editor for Teei irnA* Marino, student body,ors and has been very activeiTempo. and Chris Smith president, was selected as St.'Curing her four years of high present Student Body Presi AntK-mv^ * L Outstandin£ Girl! ^ . e-^. » . _ _ · -_ .indent, have been named LCD Name Linda;'Girl of Year' Anthony's "Outstanding Girl! INDEPENDENT-*»4« B-S HONORED AT TOUKNA3IEKT Displaying awards they won at the 19th annual St. Anthony Girls' High School Basketball Tournament are (from kft) Jan Bourassa, · selected for first all-star team; Eileen O'Brien, honorable mention for all-star team; Doree Lynch, captain of St Anthony's first-place drill team; and Lilly Hernandez, second all-star team. St. Anthony five placed third in the tourney. ^ dent, have been named ton 14 Honored in Bank Award Selections The Bank of America has. Trophy winners are Harold Nishkian. lab science; Kira awarded 14 outstanding Wil-jGordon. science and nuth;!wise. music; Karen Kawai. of the Year" and represented-*" ·"*£'" "~T rr."^idi!itv Beach Po 1 /* winners in the'son seniors trophies and cer-;Gail Vance, fine arts; tiadajmusic; Phil Arnold, social sci- her school at the annual Long|_ lu 7 cm ^^, . \*V ^r_* State Exchange dub contest.jtificates ia recognition andjThompson, liberal arts; and'ence; Carol Fujikawa, foreign nela Sandstone,^ Carol Hartman;' [National Honor Society, and'with seniors from all over!responsibility, and evidence! Certificates were awarded home economics; Anna Chris- Linda has won many hon- the CSF. (California Icf leadership. (Herbert Solomon, math; Mike.tensen and John Johns, art. STYLE PARADE Elegant Is Only Word for Shimmering Gown By SHARON KEMMER Elegance -- there is no other word to describe Jordan senior Linda Amacfc in this floor-length formal cf pink and white. Linda's dress has a special surprise feature hidden on the tag too^-it is only $3935. Jin/** is really exquisite in her gown from Audrey's Formal and Bridal Shop, 131 E. Fourth St. in down-, Beach. The b o d i c e i s w h i t e organza eyelet w i t h pink peau de soie , -i r u n n i n g through it in two ribbons. The belt is also of pink peau de soie, softly pleated in the front and draped low in the back into a bow with streamers. The controlled skirt is pink chiffon over white taffeta-giving a shimmering effect. A special slip is used to give the skirt its desired fullness. Unlike a bouffant, the slip is capped with a belled cover which controls the layers of net beneath. The d o u b l e spaghetti straps can for gloves above the elbow--just as does a s t r a p l e s s dress. A cap sleeve demands gloves just below the elbow for complete propriety. The glove shown here stretches slight ly for a perfect fit and is reasonably priced at $^ "" A queenly touch is added for this p i c t u r e with a rhinestone tiara at $355. The final composite is the picture of elegance. ' --T*i CtumberUia Pluto IIVDA AMACK In Pink Chiffon Soph Dance Set An Easter dance will be presented by the Wilson High School sophomore class at 8 m. today in the Bruin Den. '16 Join Club The W i l s o n Key Gub chapter has added 16 members to its roster. Cliccr Tryouls Cheer leading tryouts win be held April 17 at MiHikan. SPRING SCENE Dalene Hoskin of Millikan jets assistance from Cheryl O'Connor as she tries on traditional Easter bonnet at school fashion show this week. 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