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Lompoc Record (Newspaper) - May 24, 1956, Lompoc, California Pink amp Blue party honors Lom Pocan mrs. Joe Signorelli was the surprised guest of Honor at a Lovely Pink and Blue Shower held tuesday. May 8, at the Alpha clubhouse. Hostesses were mrs. Peter Signorelli or. And mrs. Charles Signorelli. The significant Tork standing beside a Blue Bassinet filled with gifts for the guest of Honor predominated the decorative Patty theme which included Pink Earna tons and Blue Bachelor buttons. Door prizes vat o won by mrs. Alan Sorenson and mrs. Bill bog Nuda and game prizes went to the Mises Rena Signorelli Virginia Signorelli and Marlene Manfrina guests present were the Mes. Frank Dalcerri Alen Sorenson. David Kollenborn Bill Bognuda Justin Seaman. Emmett Schuyler Larry Lyon Tom Fumasi. Bert f. Signorelli. Frank Agnelli fellow Pivato. Joe Bosio a. P. Signorelli Walter Ploehs. Prosper Napolon Rose Guerra. By Moselle Forward women s editor Lomponi Mit of is Roll los a May 24, 1956 Al not ii 7 a Ralphs amp Alphies enjoy Topsy Turvy meeting conducted by husbands in borrowed headgear finery c Urtis Levens wielded the presi Ionti a Gavel at the wednesday May 16th meeting of the Lompoc Junior Alpha club held in the memorial building and conducted by husbands of officers in the group. The portion of the borate hard elite feast arranged tinder the general chairmanship of mrs. Robert Wilkinson the Fine Balmy evening and soft Rosy Twilight attributed to forces beyond the Jhimer of the club woman or their husbands added enjoyment to the occasion. Curtis Levens in a pretty hat opened the meeting and Leroy also tile misses Ren a Sig notel i. Ark Neplokh Marlene Man i Trina Virginia Signorelli. Betty Begg As recording Secretary read announced that the program Fumasi and Lucy Signorelli. Meeting was preceded by an Al take place two Days later on Friday. Leonard Todd As blood Bank chairman urged members to donate blood when the Mobile unit next visited Lompoc. William Moody As chairman of the band concert sponsored by the Junior alphas in connection with the Flower festival l sending gifts hut Unak to attend were tiie Mes a Hunt Leland Summers Lester Bondlow to Dominie , John Dodson. Peter Signor a i. Jerry Pivato of Sania Barbara. A. Martinet. Cecil Thompson. Jar Cabral or. Kenneth main Jack Rios t in Colonl. Louis Colonl. Bert Signorelli a s. Telle Bud Summers Charles Simoni. Wail no Gross. Cirullo de Benardi of Santa Tat Bam. Maria Pensa Man Mucor try Teresa Valla. Thelma w it a and the misses Mary Chiodi if san Luis Obispo a us Donnie Gross of Lompoc. Grandmothers visit local family the grandmother maternal and paternal of Audia and Mary to round daughters of or. And mrs Harry round of 3?6 South f stat met for the first time Here in it Apoc when they Arr Ord from their separate Homes for a family visit. Mrs. William Martin of Ventura. The maternal grandmother and mrs. Charles Cody of Hood River Oregon paternal grandmother. Joined with the round family for Mother s Day Celebration and for the formalities of the order of the Rainbow for girls on the 12tfi during which Audra round was installed As worthy advisor. Both grandmother plan to to main in Lompoc for miss rounds High school graduation ceremonies. A humorous distortion of minutes of the previous meeting. Bill Cave inspiration chairman stated that the most inspirational event of the evening had been the delicious . The club s coordinators mrs. Vivian Shanklin and b is. Ken Neth Stillman and the guest speaker. Or. Tom shit ids. A private investigator from Santa Barbara were introduced and each husband or escort present was then called upon to Intro adult Ehi wife it it Rke i Friend and guests. As corresponding Secretary Robert Dennett read a letter of acknowledgement from the crippled children s society for the club s contribution and announces that an application had been made to Send in a Lompoc boy s name for the Camps Bip fund. It was also announced that mrs. Eugene Knott president of the California federation of to would be presented at 2 30 p. M. On sunday june 21, in Ryan Park and requested All members to assist with the project. Fred Bock stated time and place arrangements for Junior Alpha participation in the Mission Day fiesta held on sunday. Mrs. Vivian Shanklin. Coordinator invited Junior alphas to Volunteer for help needed in arranging various tables at the annual Flower show to la held both saturday and sunday june 23 21, next on the program was the husband of mrs. Kenneth Stillman coordinator who rendered a masculine version of a report on the recently attended convention of the California federation women a club held in los Angeles. Hilt humorous report entitled a carousing at the ambassador won applause. Donald Chambers As program chairman then introduced or. Men s clubs. Junior me Max a shop Tom Shields who spoke interest tokens of achievement return with 4-h girls from Noj Oqui Lompoc 4-11 girls returned from the Santa Barbara it of Unity 411 achievement Day events held in Noj Oqui on saturday May 12, a Lii an impressive array of ribbons Ami National awards de. Noting their excellence in accomplishing goals and meeting the High standards set Lor achievement in the various Fields of Endeavor participants in the 4-11 ibid it Are project under tin leadership of Martha Negus and awards won Are listed As Tot Iowa toys first awards to Lor Ine acin giant Carey Terry Nicholson liar o n Martin Paula Lange Diana Carey Sandra Burns Donna Negus second awards to Gros Sini and third awards to Sherry Warrick Janet Godden. Janet Gilkerson and Sandra Howerton. Scrapbooks first award to Sandra Burns Donna Negus Lorine acin Jean Conley Janet Gilkerson Sandra Howerton Moudena Shaw Janet Godden Terry Nicholson. The Sweepstake award went to Paula Lang. Second awards went to Suzanne Gros sent. Sherry Warrick and Jean Conley. Participants in the Good treats for families and friends classification under the leadership of Evlyn Rivaldi Jerry Beatie and Kay Zema and a wards were Kathy Olynger 2 Blue ribbons Shirley Beattie 2 Blue ribbon Sharon of hair 2 Blue ribbons Linda Coker 2nd and 3rd Mary Colonl 1 Blue rib would appear As special guest on the Thomas Mitchell television Shmyer Channel 3 on monday May 28. At 6 30 p. M. A letter was read from mrs. Jimmy Hicks District president of Junior women a clubs which requested that any interested members Volunteer for chairmanships in the District. Mrs. Robert Cox stated that additional and Alphies on information concerning the matter might be obtained by telephoning her at 1275. Tom Lewis As american Home chairman reminded even one of singly and entertainingly upon the aspects of his profession. Club members serving on tie decoration committee for the event were Mes. John beavers Don Quinn. Robert Lilley jr., Leroy Begg Fred Bock Jay Sud Bury and Robert Wilkinson. The decorative theme stressed daisies and picture silhouettes of a Ralfs bicycles built for two. The tables were gaily decorated in yellow and Green with Centrepieces of dairies the serving committee was formed by the Mes. Vivian married in Oakland. The former miss Helen Janie Martin daughter of or. And mrs. John Martin of Mission Road in exit nor became the april Bride of or. Patrick John stunning a n in a Beautiful ceremony held in the St Elisabeth Hurch of Oakland. A i lie Young couple now reside at 2805 East 16th Street Apt. 16-a, in that City. Of the above named for other entries and a National award going to Kathy Holt. Award winners in the a stitch and sew group under the Lea Reship of Margaret Cardoza and Frances Ostini were National awards and Blue ribbons to Barbara Alves is Saroti Bento Judy Cardoza Bonnie Smale first to Marian Huyck and Patsy Jacobs and a second award to Kathy . In the a make clothes More quickly classification under the leadership of Hazel Hower-1 ton and Ada . Winners were National awards to Sandra Howerton who also brought Back two Blue ribbons and first awards to Kenny Larsen Lucy Signorelli. Jean Clark Charlene Marquez Carolyn Beattie Janet Gilkerson and Pat Howerton second awards went to Rita 1>-Eovedo, Coleen berth. Carolyn Beattie Betty Macias and to Dena Shaw. A tote a Singer sewer Ettesv under the leadership of Mary Fairbanks returned from the competitive event with four National awards earned by Jeanne Flo Doris Cross. Ruth Glidden and Nancy Hunt. First awards went to Marlene Manfrina Joanna Plo Virginia Signorelli. Joanne Vanlerberghe Doris Cross Lorraine Fairbanks Ruth Glidden Helen 1 Wayts Margaret haves and Nancy Hunt second awards to Marlene Manfrina and Bonnie Edman and a third place award to Bonnie Edman. In the a Dressy clothes classification under the leadership of Florence Collier Mary Rule and Addie leu a National award was earned by Judy Collier who also brought Back a Blue ribbon first award and first awards Al so to Maxine Howerton. Joanne Beattie Bonnie Bodger and Sharon Huyck. Joanne Collier won a second place award and 1 lion and 1 third award Peggy Coss 1 Blue ribbon Elizabeth Dettamanti 1 Blue ribbon and 1 second award. Best in class a wards were a on by Kathy Olin Ger in muffins Mary Poloni biscuits and Shirley Beattie baked fruit. Award winners in the sewing group known As the fifteen tailors under the leadership of mrs. Henry Dettamanti and mrs. Marvin Zimmerman were firsts Linda Hansen Byrn Highfill Kathy Holt Sherry lather ill Linda Coker Elizabeth Detta Nanti Virginia Godden Grace Gomez Cheryl acin Jenny Aguilar Darlene Carlson Ann Chil son Jennie Reynon. Louise Romano. Mary to round Penny Vance and Judy Zimmerman. Sylvia Lathrop a third place a with 2nd awards Given to some Ward. Decker. Carol Blatz James a Niau in and Robert Wilkinson. Bar 1 vat a a div Clivi Quot Lilly via Bee lie chefs were Robert Chil son or Robert Chilson or. And Robert Cox Friendship night the importance of participating Shanklin James Ellis Eugene in the local election that was to Morin Robert Lilley or. Robert prior to the close of the meeting. James Haven As publicity chairman announced that the Junior alphas were sponsoring a musical recital on thursday May 31 at the Alpha clubhouse with the program scheduled to Start at 8 15 p. M. Members were urged to attend and to bring friends to this Worth while event. Quot its in you Joe r its a Bod business to answer Telephone Calls promptly. A a Well located Extension telephones in your i office store or factory make prompt answering easy. save time and Steps for your r employees too a and Money for you. Cost for each additional Telephone is very moderate free advisory service at your request a representative of our company will come to your place of business and discuss your Telephone requirements a without charge or of i ligation of course. Just Call our business office general Telephone company of California Janis Elizabeth joins j. W. Adkins family Janis Elizabeth was the name chosen for the new daughter of or. And mrs. J. William baby was born in the is. Francis Hospital in Santa Bat Bat a on May 10, and weighed 6 lbs., 4 of. The great grandmother mrs. William Negus and the grand Mother mrs. Carmen Mcintosh paid a recent visit with the family and the now addition. Tuesday evening. May 15, was Friendship night at the Lompoc Rebekah Lodge no. 139 meeting held in the Odd Fellows Hall and conducted by Noble grand Lucille Matlack. Guests came from Santa Maria. Arroyo Grande and Valley lodges with each of the officers bearing gifts for officers of other lodges. During the evening it was announced that a special meeting for initiation will be held tuesday May 29, and that Betty Vance Eunice Rule and Harriett Morehart had been selected a delegates from the Lompoc Lodge to attend the grand Long it in Long Beach on May 21-23. Or. And mrs. Wayne Bird and or and mrs. Harvey Rasmussen will Al it it. Make the trip. Chairman for the May 29 met ing will be Harriett Motha t with committee members Rose Schuyler Gladys Craft and Ida Butterfield. A regular meeting was called for jul. E 5. Shinin a member of one of the great Telephone systems serving America y timely tips for Lompoc gardeners your Flower show committee axe hard at work on plans for the annual show which this year will be a two Day affair june 23rd and 24th. Make a note of this late so that you can plan your contribution of arrangements specimens potted plants or hanging baskets. Look for the schedules of Floral events in the record Cut it out for your reference this article is planned to be helpful to you. This Issue brings you the third of a serifs of general rules on the treatment of Cut Flowers. Dahlias tubers should is sprouting by now. A new method for propagation suggests breaking off new shoots from the tuber and Ruo ing in Sand. Eventually a new tuber is formed a Quick and less cumbersome system. As soon As leaves Are fully developed dahlias require lots of water before this time too much water May cause the tubers to rot. Dahlias store food in the previous year to in used this year thus they need no additional food during Early growth. When leaves ate fully developed and buds appear Start fertilizing but do not use a High nitrogen fertilizer. Excessive nitrogen forces Leaf growth to abundance and May cause Crown tor also cause tubers to rot while in storage dahlias need a Good mulch rather than cultivation since they Are surface feeders. To avoid top heavy plants pick out Center stalk above its top leaves when Plant has three sets of leaves thus forcing Strong Side laterals which result in a Well rounded Bush with blooms distributed All Over the Plant. If you prefer extra Large Flowers remove All but terminal or end Bud. After All of the first bloomed Flowers have been picked Cut Plant Back to one joint on main stalk or to where two Side branches show Strong growth for the second Batch of Large Flowers pompous develop better blooms if Cut Back to the ground about 7 weeks before show time. For Cut Flowers never Cut right after watering or during the heat of the Day. Cut when Flowers Are fully opened As buds do not develop Well after cutting. Make a Long Diagonal Cut in the Stem Burn ends and place in warm water to preserve the Bloom until ready for use. New Foremost Gold medal homogenized milk a amp Rich creamy flavor Foremost Gold medal actually tastes better. That a because its bursting with Rich Golden Cream so Rich you can actually see the creamy Golden color. Foremost is vitalized every red White and Blue Carton of Foremost is bursting with bodybuilding Vitamin d. Puts Hustle in your muscle. Next time you shop try Foremost Gold medal homogenized milk. F better than Good Ltd Var most

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