Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 64
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 64

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Pi 21-2.34--P20 25 INBtHNDINr.MtSl.TllIOIAM ~r... M«» J3, Itir High School P-T.A. Units to Install Leaders Tuesday - Milllkuii Dr. Mclvln Helium! supervlsoi · of mathematics and science In tho Bccomliiry level will Ix. upcakcr Hi u mectlnu of Mil llkan P-T.A. Tuesday In the school auditorium. Dr. Hctlnnd will present the overall picture o( the science program nt Mil llknn IIlRli School, nnd many o the iclcncc department teachers will be on hand to answer |iies. tlons. Mrs. ninnche Lcc former prc* Idcnt of John Marshall P-T.A will act as liixtnllliiR officer for Mrs. Nolan Darker and her new board. Historian's report will be made by Mrs. Martin Wanda- veer. A musical program will be presented by the A Cappclla Choir under the direction of II. W. llower. Mrs. D, A, Ilamnionil will preside, Jordan The May nicetlng nt Jordan JIlKh School promises to be one of tho best of the year, when the president, Mrs. Karl Men denhall, calls It to order In the school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Topic will be "Communities Abroad vs. Communities at Home." An Interesting feature will l)e a panel of exchange Mil dents reporting their experiences «iul views. Taking part will be Gertrude Estermnn, Austria, representing Mllllkan High, Ruth Coulton from Norfolk, England nnd Anders Ilerge from Tronde lag. Jiorwiiy. representing Polytechnic High, Frank Papone from Home, Italy, representing Wilson High, and Jaime Dana )as, from Madrid, representing Jordan High. Charlotte K, Brazil, a Jordan uludent who went to Europe tinder the Foreign Student Exchange program last year, will also take part In the panel. Another program hlnh spot will be the Hoys' Glee Club under the direction of Carl Robert ton. New officers of the a.iwclatlon elected last month will be In stalled as follows: Mrs, Earl Memlenhall, president: Mrs. Jovph Meyer, Mrs. Phillip Kimhall, Mrs. Carl Italston and Mrs. Jesse Corwln, vice presidents; Mrs. U. K. Rogers,.corresponding secretary; Mrs, liny Pearson, recording secretary; Mrs. W. E. 1'rlddy, financial secretary; Mrs, Krlln Mllbornc. treasurer; Mr. Walter Smith, auditor; and Mrs. Charles Dookcr, historian. .A social hour will follow, 7 Polytechnic · Mrs. Robert Shlnn will lo In- Called as president of Polytechnic High School P-T.A. at the final meeting of the year.Tues day at 1:30 p.m. In Room 202 nt school. Mrs. William Kummer, S.W. Area Director of Council, will be the Installing officer. "Our Investment In America --Preparing Future Home-makers" will be theme of the pro- cram with a fashion show and demonstration by the girls of the home-maklng classes. A special Invitation Is extended to the parents of 9th grade pupils who will enter Poly In the fall. Nell W. Philips, Principal, will answer questions pertaining to tho school program. WUson Signaling the end of a successful year under the Inspiring leadership of Mrs. R. W. Nasworthy at president, and the beginning of another year un- de.- the direction of Mrs. Fred SMndler. Woodrow W i l s o n T-T.A. will mi-el Tuesday at 7:,10 p. m. In the Choral Room Tho theme of the program will be "To College or Not to Col lego" with Dr. George Dolson ns speaker. The music for the eve nlng will be presented by Mrs. 11, E. Hurchflol. Mrs. Albln Larson will Install the following of- fleers for 1957-58: President, Mrs. Fred Shlndlcr; vice piesl dents. Mines. Victor W. Wllllta, U. E. Ilurchfiel, Lcnii Swanson. Robert Stecn, U, G. llerrn slad, nnd G. E, Perry; recording secretary, Mrs, E, 0. Nelson; corresponding secretary, Mrs, W. D, Ktngslmry; financial secro tnry, Mrs. J. C, Cox; treasurer, Mrs. C. R. Chrlsman; auditor, Mrs. C. E. Lumlell; historian, Mrs. G. R. Hlnkle; nnd purlin mcntarlan. Mrs. D. J, Tucker. Refreshments will be served fol lowlnc the meeting. Frisk William F. 1'rlsk P-T.A. will meet Tuesday at 1 p. m. In the school auditorium. Rev. Reuben L. Anderson, Minister of the First Christian Church, will give the Inspirational. Special music will be presented by tile Pi'lslt Orchestra and Glee Club, to be Followed by n report given by Mrs. Howard Roach, historian, At the close of a sfoort business meeting conducted by Mrs. Sam Crilly, Installation of of [leers for the coming year will l)e held. Mrs. John Kookoek Jr.. treasurer of 33rd District, will Install the following: Mrs. Ralph W. Van Llew, president; Mines, 1C. Horton Hammond, Lewis II, Vcrsyp, George. Knwalch! nnd Charles Meeks. vice presidents; Mrs. Homer Chesnut, recording secretary; Mis. Ilobert M. Del- all. corrcsiKindliiK secretary; Mrs. Oran Sholiir, financial secretary; Mrs. Miles R. Fagan, treasurer; Mrs, R. II. Powell, auditor; Mrs. K. Clinton Legltt, ilstorlan; and Mrs, -Robert 15. Henderson, parliamentarian, To complete the meeting, n 'ashlon show will be presented jy Prlsk mothers modeling their own hand made garments. Re- reshmenls will be served by morning kindergarten mothers. Killson · "Moving Forward In P-T.A." s theme for the Thomas A. Edlon P-T.A. meeting Tuesday nt 7:30 p. m. In the auditorium. ALL PROMENADE! Horace Mann P-T.A, will staRc its annual ice cream socinl from 6 to 0 p.m. Friday nt tho school, with Ice cream, home-made pies and cakes, coffee and punch .served throughout the evening. Squure-dancinR on the playground will provide fun for all. Preparing goodies for the event are (left to right) Jane Kadlcr, Mrs. Marvin Frick.s, Ellen Burns, Herb Shaw, and Gary Byczynski.--(Staff Photo) FAREWELL TO THEE' Planning that "one last event" before they bid farewell to Hoover Junior High School life are (left to right) Gary Erutseh, Gene Bomar, Mrs. Clement Warner, ninth grade class mother, Paula Waton and Linda Bruce. The ninth grade party is slated June 12, with the student committee and P-T.A. as joint planners.--(Staff Photo) The program will feature pupils j| rs \viiii.ini llisslie. r e c o r d i n g secretary, Mrs. Charles Grose; corresponding I secretary, Mrs. Stoddiird E. Wll;on; financial secretary, Mrs. ·mil Mitchell; treasurer, Mrs.I lohcrt llrown; auditor, Mrs.I John E. Johnson, who for sev Claine Hemcnwny and historian, en years has owned and man- Wins $500 Prize in Sales Contest if F.dlson, the report of the ilstorlan nnd Installation of [057-S8 officers. Installing of- icer will be Mrs. William Kummer. Southwest Area Director of the Long Beach Council. A social hour In the cafeteria will follow the meeting. Marshall Mrs. Al Young, president of nurd the Telex Hearing Center, Marshall students will present:7'M!i Pine Aviv, won JjOO, first their annual Spring King May place In the Telex Pot-O-Gold 2Sth nt 7;30 In the school uiidi torlum. Mollicrslngcrs Long licach Council P-T.A. MotherslnKcrs will present (in evcnlnK nroEram Tucslny for Los Altos Women's Clnh, nt Los Altos United Church. Following John Marshall Junior High'the program, members will be School P-T.A., conducted the guests of Mrs. J. Donald Horn, regulcr unit meeting on Tues. lay when newly elected offi. cers were Installed, They are: 'resident, Mrs, William Vorder- cunz; vice presidents, Mmes, Wesley Thelsen, Raymond Dunn, either Crumtmugh, Chajles .Vestberg and William DcBolse; u chorus member, at her home for refreshments. On June 7 the chorus will participate In the evening program of Poly High's annual ndult graduation exercises. Plans arc In forma' lion for several summer activities of the chorus. sales contest. Some 300 distributors In the United States participated. / Johnson explained today that his Center tripled, and almost quadrupled, a sales quota to win HIP contest. Ho and his wife, Mabel, plan to use the S500 for a vacation. 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