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Independent Long Beach Newspaper Archives Jul 4 1951, Page 14

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Independent Long Beach (Newspaper) - July 4, 1951, Long Beach, CaliforniaArtesia Bellflower hawaiian gardens Park Mayfair Norwalk Paramount 10 the Independent Norwalk notes what s Goin on by Liz. Torrey 42112. Sunday afternoon guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Don Hartman were or. And mrs. Reiser Berry Here from Florida. The Hart ians had a wonderful after noon telling the Berrys All about their four Day vacation to Helwer Utah Bryce Canyon and to Zion Canyon. They said that their youngsters Donna Kny Ligula Ann Allen Lekoy i str Lin and Billy really had a great Lime and got a big kick out of the motels. Away Over the weekend was mrs. A. W. Chirps As she accompanied mrs. K. Vedel and children Kic Haril mar can and Marylyn to Santa Maria. The traffic was a Little bad but the scenery made up for it. Flower. They had dinner at the Royal Palms and then had a party at Alfred s Mother s Pear land cafe. They danced until the wee hours and everyone had a Marvel Ous time. Our deepest sympathy it is grand to have dad up and around again according to miss Sally Cameron. Her father broke his leg and has been off of work for about a year. Last Mon Day he was Able to Roback to work and now can again live a Normal life. I wonder what next will happen at the Home of or. And mrs. Clin Lefi . Their son John age 9, just got Over having the mumps first on one Side and then on the other Side. He and his brother Dennis age 6. Had just Light plane in air is the Light plane that two Bellflower Airport flying teach ers have entered in the National transcontinental women s air race to Detroit mich., aug. 15. The women Are Claire Mcmullen and Frances Bera. See Story on Page ii. Photo a wonderful week was had at the Charles Scott Home As they entertained or. Mid mrs. I 2, has t entered into any sickness i As yet. A double birthday party was had at the Home of or. And i Dren our wonderful beaches. They went Clown to Long Beach and also stopped at Seal Beach. The Mars Dens were on a combination Busi Ness and pleasure trip As or. Marsden was buying men s furnishings to take Back to their store. A grand Way to spend a weekend is to do As the Richard Coles did. They decided to beautify their Back Yard ant came in with Lovely Garden furniture with out smashing a thumb. A very Happy person in deed was mrs. Vernon Reed is she called me to say that Vernon called Home sunday from Norfolk. Va., to Tell her that he had received his discharge from the Navy. He will be Home the begin Ning of next Wek. It has been four i months since he last saw his youngsters Sandra 4, Sheila 3, and baby Gall 8 mos. Those entering into the festivities were or. And Joseph Yates and children a nth and Jerry from Whittier Frank Chine ring from Burbank mrs. Maud in tall of Norwalk and Fred Yates from Whittier. They had a wonderful dinner in the Patio and later watched television. Leaving town this coming Friday evening will be or. And mrs. Thomaa Clements. They Are going on a vacation to Rozeman Montana. They Are looking for Ward to it with great excitement. Rev. Graeflin new pastor in Norwalk Norwalk Rev. Godfrey Graeflin has been appointed pastor of Christ Church methodist by Bishop c. Chamberlain Baker. Rev. Graeflin a chaplain during world War ii comes to Norwalk from Tarrytown n. Y., where he served two years. Prior 1o that time he served on the world coun cil of churches in Switzerland. Rev. Graeflin was educated at Baldwin Wallace College Drew theological Seminary and the school of theology at Boston University. He is a native of Basle Switzerland and has also served in Holland and Czechoslovakia. Mrs. Graeflin and their three daughters Esther Trudie and Suzanne will join the pastor in Norwalk. At fhe movies today things Are in a bit of a tur Moil yet at the Home of or. And mrs. Evan Cameron. They Are the proud parents of twins bom june 28 at the Downey Community Hospital. They Are adorable one a Blond and one a Brunette. The Little Blond was Larry Evan who weighed 5 ibs. 9 Ops. And 19" Long and the Little Brunette was Rale Kay who weighed 5 ibs. 5 02. And 18" Long. They arrived Home on sunday. Monday evening or. And mrs. James Hay its from and or. And mrs. Robert Bach from Paramount came Over i for the evening to see Larry and j Lorraine for the first time. The i twins Are very fortunate As they have two big Sisters to play with that Are very crazy about them Doreen and Karen. Congratulations she finally made it Home. Minn Jocoba Ydo has been out of the states since october of 1948. She is with the american embassy in Djakarta miss Ydo docked in new York on june 5 on the president Monroe. Then to Washington d. C., where she got squared away and then on Home arriving on june 23. That evening her folks or. And George Ydo gave a party in her Honor. Then on june 26 they had a wonderful luncheon party to celebrate her birthday. On saturday miss Ydo and her Mother drove to san Pedro to see the president Monroe Dock and had lunch on shipboard As guests of the chief Steward or. Jack jacobean. On sunday the Dos and friends or. And mrs. Ernest Worth of Lynwood drove around Wilmington and saw the president Monroe leave at 4 p. M., followed by having dinner at the Wirth Home. Miss Ydo said it was wonderful to see All of the stores and she could t get Over How our town had grown. Nubel 16711 Bellflower sealed cargo and cock eyed Downey new a Khalita 10912 Dow Ney great Divide and Brave Lakewood Lakewood 4501 on the Riviera and my forbid Den drive in Cherry at fabulous Fabiola and Best of the Norwalk Norwalk 1203 they be got me covered and up in Paramount Radium Paramount at air Cadet and Man from planet Compton drive in Rosecrans and Long Beach i was a communist and bullfighter and the trustees of area elect new officers from the Independent s Bureau in be Flower Artesia Bellflower Norwalk and Paramount school boards this week organized for the new fiscal year. In Artesia or. P. F. Haskell was elected president and William Moore was renamed clerk. Third j 9808 Maple ave. Announced yes enlistees face july 15 deadline Bellflower men who have taken pre induction physical examinations for selective service have Only a few Days left to voluntarily enlist for the army or air Force the recruiting station at it could t have been a More perfect weekend for or. And mrs. Donald Farmer. They drove up to Palmdale to celebrate the birthday of Alfred Monroe. Accompanying the Farmers and Alfred were or. And mrs. Charles Scott also of Norwalk and or. And mrs. George klees of Bell planning to leave on a three week vacation next Friday night will be or. Donald Cameron. He will be headed for Rockland me. He has t been Back for 15 years so plans to pick up his Sis Ter and brother in Law in Wauke Sha wise., and take them to visit mrs. Edith Cameron at Clarks Island. Gqibfursth6e Bonnie Lou Ivey betrothal told Ann running of. 12216 Sheridan St., announced the engagement of her daughter Bonnie Lou Ivey to John o. Eiler or. A july wedding has been planned. Eiler is the son of drs. John and Adele Eiler of 10117 Park St., 1 Bellflower. Member is w. F. Elliott who served As president last year. Bellflower trustees named Pete Krause As president and Avery t. Reeves As clerk. A. Porter who served As president last year is the third member. Jack Piper recently renamed to the Board was elected new Ter Day. A special regulation permitting them to enlist will expire july 15. Volunteers must bring pre Induc Tion notice and draft cards with them to the recruiting station of 1 filers said. President of the strife torn Menita Board succeeding car Kyle Holmes. The latter faces a recall election july 27. Ray Morgan was named clerk. Crosby Magnusson Artesia area no clubbers Honor member Norwalk Barbara layers excess it with e Lovely birth Tord was named president Day gift at the meeting of the no to succeed m. T. Killingsworth of club of Novvak Manor held at hawaiian gardens who retired. L. The Home of Pat Ballauo. D. Donnell elected to succeed Killingsworth was named clerk. Frank Kuhn a Holly Dale Resi Dent was renamed president of the Paramount trustees with mrs. June Mullenex As clerk. Games were played and prizes were won by Louise Henderson Marge Bertch and june Bridge. The next meeting of the club will be held in the Home of Jerry Hardin on july 18 8 p. Mrs. Clara Fox Heads trustees Mccracken joins Board rename mrs. Cora Fox Paramount Henry Mccracken was worn in As Para mount representative on tha Compton Union High school District Board of trustees this week during the initial reorganization meeting of the new school year. Mccracken replaces mrs. Marie Mendenhall who retired. Mrs. Clara Fox was re elected to a second term As Board presi Dent while William Knight will be vice president for the coming year and Everett Pyle clerk. Superintendent or. Stuart f. Mccomb was elected Secretary of both the High school and Compton Junior College District boards. The new Francois Manhattan restaurant wed in Solvang couple to make Home in Norwalk now open dinners from 1.50 and up Norman Cowan at the piano bar 1909 e. 4th St. Norwalk Norwalk will be the Home of or. And mrs. Thomas a. Bates Elisa Lindegaard who were married july 1 at 8 p. In the danish lutheran Church in solving. Rev. Aage Moller officiated at the nuptial ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. K. P. Lindegaard of Buellton and the bridegroom is the son of Lowell r. Bates of Buellton and mrs. Lola Bates of 10659 Branscomb rd., Norwalk. Dressed in White with a Corsage of red roses the Bride was attended by Diane idol of san Luis obis _ to who was attired in Green with i a Corsage of Pink roses. Phillip Bates served his brother As Best Man. I i the newly weds greeted their 11 friends at a reception which Fol Lowed at the Home of the Bride s parents with 40 guests in attend j Ance. The Bride is a graduate of Santa Inez High school and her husband had attended Excelsior High school. He is employed by Royal farms Dairy. Our summer program is Safe and lots of fun Baton handicraft games swimming picnic trips extended Day care finest supervision a private school is not expensive ask for our rates Morris Manor school s x i Happy 1130 Locust Avenue h o m f i i k i phone 66-6595

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