TORRANCE PRESS Pogt C-3
'Make a Buck1 'Stranded' Bunch
Has Ball on Ship
A "Make a Buck" swim What would you most like
10 be wearing if suddenly
ming party will be held for
> ou found yourself ship
mem Hers and guests of La wrecked? Red underwear
dies of the Elks tomorrow was the answer Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at night as the Redondo Beach
I he home of Mrs. Ace Lit- Dianas and the Chamber of
tleinan, 2854 0«rad« St., Commerce co-sponsored an-
Torrance. informal party aboard tht
Mrs. Litllcman, who is do ('-Coaster barge anchored in
nating use of her swimming ihe South Bay.
pool for the event, said a Theme of the party was
pot luck dinner will be Shipwrecked." Those at-
served at her home. In iending were picked up by
charge of the event is Mrs. the Voyager and taken to
Don Lemon, second vice (he barge.
p r P s i d ent and ways anci The entire event was held
mrvtns president. outdoors and taped music
Hairstyles from Mag was furnished by Anthony
Mirror will be featured by Crcdico. Decks were swab
the women Oct. 23, accord bed to create a dance floor.
ing to Frank Dough it, social Mrs. James Mitchell, Tor
chairman, at. a recent, meet rance, ways and means
ing of the organization. chairman of the Dianas, will
Other events announced use the event's proceeds for
by Mrs. Dough it include the c 1 u b's philanthropic
family night, with a potluck work. Mrs. Anthony Credi-
dinner at. the Klks Lodge, co, Torrance, is co-chairman
1820 Aba lone Ave. Featured of the event.
will be Damian Cardeaux,
magician and hypnotist. Girl Receives
According to Mrs. Ken
neth McRae, president, a Coveted Award
style show featuring fash
ions from Robertas in Re- Caryn Belle Gerson, 13-
domlo will be held Nov. 3. year-old daughter of "Mr,
Modeling will be members and Mrs. Harold Gerson of
of the organization. the coveted Menorah Award
Holly Park, was awarded
Tickets for the event will of the Girl Scouts of Amer
be on sale in October. A door ica Sept, 15.
prize awarded at the event
will he a complete ensemble. LUAU FEAST for members and guests of Las Damas This award for achieve
MRS. KENNETH McRAE bock, left to righO Mrs. John Maloney, Mrs James ment in the Jewish religion,
. . todies of Elks President Mrs. McRae was installed de Lasuen is being planned by members for Satur- Meagher and Mrs. Robert J. Sullivan. Over 700 guests is the first to be awarded
(Photo by Scemon) as '(>2-'f>;? president in June day in the school plaza. Anticipating the event with are expected to atend and participate in the dining in California, announced
and began group activities Hawaiian attire are (front) Mrs. George W. Chopin, and dancing. Rabbi Henri Front, spiritual
this month. -—————————————————(leader of Temple Menorah,
PTA SHORTS Women of Press
Honored at Tea
Luau Theme Highlights — , c -p _ 11101 Camino Real, Redondo
LUD bCOUt I roop Opens Beach, who presented Caryn
To Riviera Youngsters £ ilh J?f ™?dal d.urin* l? r
( jBas Mitzvah service at the*
Las Damas' Fall Event
Torrancfl Council PTA at the WaUeria School PTA Members of California Boys attending Riviera! Temple.
workshops for all unit offi- meeting al, 7.W p.m., Oct. Press Women from Tor Elementary School between 1 , "I h* v e been informed by
cers and chairmen will be 11 in the school cafetorium. rance, the South Bay and
ami (the local office that there is
held today and tomorrow at Following the discussion all parts of the state and 8 and 11 interested in join-; no record of this award be
the First'rhristian Church, will be the introduction of guests will attend a cham Invitations are out andidrawp pupils from Torrance.'friends. Tickets are set at ln£ Cub Scouts ma-^ contact' lnS ^ on bv ^ ot ^er Girl
Eldorado and Maple. teachers and board mem- pagne, tea in honor of Ag- Torrance residents are mak peninsula and harbor area i ! *n TI T-«T% *: n-*i-t iocout r\aoDi rront. said
Chairmen meeting today hers of the current, school ness Underwood, city editor ing reservations for Las cities. :$3. Reservations may be; Allan Burton FR 5-0777. or|"Caryn has st udied, prae-
are hospitality, room reprt- year. Mrs. Earl Foster. of the Los Angeles Herald- 'made with Mrs. John Chu-!j ack Baker, FR 5-9816, for ticed, and completed all the
•entative, program health, membership chairman, wi Examiner. Sept. 22, 4:30 Damaa de Laauen's first so The party is open to allka. TE 2-6197. and Mrs.I, , ., (requirements made of Girl
education, membership, cor give a talk on the member- pm to ' 7 no p.m., at the cial event of the fall season students* parents and Donald Moritz, TE 3-8326. Scouts of the Jewish faith."
responding and recreation ship drive. home of Xepha Bogert, 4446 Saturday. This year's an
secretary, historian, and fi Chairmen this year are, Ledge Ave., N. Hollywood. nual "get acquainted" party
nancial department, Chair Mrs. Frank Howe, home li- T^ee Gill, president of the
men scheduled for tomor braray; Mrs. Lou Cutis. hon- Los Angeles district of Cali in the school patio will have
row are magazine, publica- ornary life; Mrs. H e r b e r t fornia Press Women, said a luau theme. Guests will
tioni and emblems, honor Johnson, magazine and em that, the champagne tea is come in casual attire, enjoy
ary life membership and blem; Mrs. Earl Foster, being held to express Cali steaks prepared by the Pa
founders day; safety and ci membership; Mrs. Chet Koh- fornia's pride in Mrs. Under dres, and dance in the school
vil defense; legislation and ler. publicity; Mrs. Baxter wood, who recently was building 1o the music of the
recreation; citizenship, char- Omohundro. record book; named "the most outstand Melotonr Knur. A social
act.er and spiritual rduca-jMrs. Arlo Batv, recerat.ion; ing women in pournalim" by hour, beginning al 6:30 p.m..
tion; library; publicity and Mrs. David 0. Beadles, com- the National Federation of will precede dinner.
record book; exhibits, post- mnnication*. Press Women. Mrs. Joseph Miller of Lo-
en and newsettes; and par- Others are Mrs* Jack Mrs. Underwood, better mita has been appointed
ent and special education* Bausman, pchoette; Mrs. Mi known as "Aggie" to her foods committee chairman YOU
chael Malia, founder's day; friends and fellow workers, by general chairman Mrs.
An old fashioned ice Mrs. Lynn Mahm program; has been a newspaper wom Andrew Svornich of San Pe
cream social and play night, Mrs. Henri Pernot, parent, an for 35 years, and the rt ro. Co-chairman of the
sponsored by Yukon Ele education; Mmes. Schrauben, only woman city editor of a event is Mrs. Henry J.
mentary PTA, will take the Laurence and Vedbor. ways major metropolitan U.S. Smith of San Pedro. Mrs.
place of the regular meeting and means; Mrs. Thomas daily for the past 18 years. Richard Hapgood of Harbor
tomorrow. Blair, room representative;
In addition to honoring City is a member of the ta
The year's theme at Yukon Mrs. Thomas Don Adams, Mrs. Underwood, the Los ble decorations committee
Is "Family, Faith and Free safety Mrs. civil defense; Angeles district of the Cali- headed by Mrs. Thomas
dom," according to Mrs. Mrs. Loring Bigelow, health; fornin Press Women, will Parrel of San Pedro.
John Mathews, president. Mrs. Alvin Bart el, art; Mrs. also honor California's win Patio decorations are be OH B-EGoodrlch
Mrs. Donald Greenwood, Richard Jardahl. student ners of national journalism ing arranged by Mrs. James
dental health chairman, re welfare; and Victor Kilburn, awards who piled up points Mragher of Rolling Hills
ported that one of the func legislation.
tions of the PTA is to help
through winning entries and chairman of the awards
that. California walked off committee is Mrs. Daniel
support, the Torrance Den Officers of Bishop Mont with the placque for state Tatapoff of Miraleste. Mrs.
tal Health Program, which gomery High School Mo,jv l scoring highest, in the Na John Trani of Wilmington
\va.«v established 10 years tional Federation of Press heads the clean-up commit-
ago to provide dental care ers1 Club were installed re Women contest. tee.
(at reduced prices) for chil cently at. a candlelight cere Honor guest will be the
dren in Torrance school*. mony presided oxer by the Cupt. Frederick N. Abner Rev. Frank Jansen, O.M.I..
More Rubber on th« Edge
Rev. Joseph M. Pekarak. th« Wtar Ul
This program is supported principal. Thp installation of l,omita has retired from principal of thr school. Mr
L—.-——•' EUY NOW! EXCEPTIONAL
nolely by contributions from took plat* in the school cha the U. S. Air P'orce after will be presented to parents
Torrance PTA'x, teachers' pel and was followed by more than 20 yea™ of active of freshman boy*. Also
associations and various benediction. duty. greeting the revelers will
* * * * New officers are Mrne.i. Capl. Aber, aon of Mrs. he Mrs. "Robert Rados. San
Francis Chamberlin. presi Josephine Aber of Penn av- Pedro, newly-installed presi
West High PTA nerved a dent; Joseph Wejcik, first enue, Lomita, was assigned dent of Las Damas. •^ ^^ • l-.'.Mrt
"Let'* get Acquainted" vice president; Charles Ben- to the Rcno Air Defense Fermin l,asuen has nn en flu. fan *n4 tfct
luncheon to the faculty in nett. second vice president; Sector as an air survcillancp rollment of 530 Catholic and •W »ir« »(|
the new cafetorium under Joheph D'Amato, treasurer; officer before retirement. non-Catholic students this y«urear
the direction of Mrs. Wiley .Tamos Wood, recording sec- A former student of Nar- year and will graduate its WMtoweft*
Duncan, courtesy chairman. relary; and Ma rold Scott, bonne High School, he is first senior claw. Thf school
Mr*. Tom Ghent, co-chair corresponding secretary. married to the former Paul
man, and board members as ine Newell of Torrance. 5-1515 ALL SIZES
sisted. at low, low prices
Elected officers for thr Torrance Press
year are Mmes. J. Kenneth
EoXvins, president; William FREE
Rosebrrry, first vice presi
dent; Dean Scott, second
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vice president; Charles E. DA5-I5I5
Petersen, third vice presi
dent; Douglas Swan, record
ing secretary; T^ouis Bisou, Cash and Carry
Howard Hayden, treasurur; TRUCK
Mr. Robert. Bigus. auditor;
and Mr. .Harold Weinman,
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