T.n TORRANJCE HERALD DECEMBER 6, 1959 Oracles Club
Camp Fire Girls
Carolyn Carter Becomes Lady Lions Shower Fetes
Torrance Oracle and Past
Oracles Club of the Torranco The IMS Angeles Area Coun- Bride of Larry Hopkins
7 K Miss Orsir*
Royal Neighbor Camp will hold
Ilio annual Christmas dinner
cil, Camp Fire Girls, had an ad-
venture in international friend- Miss Carolyn Carlor, (laugh Yule Party Miss llosc'iiary Orsini. who
was iiinrriod lasi ucvkoml lo i
on Tuesday evening. Doc. 8, at ship on Monday evening, Nov. tor of Mr. and Mrs. 1). K. Car- Ralph T. Link was compliment-
23rd at the Crenshaw Youth ter, 548 K. 223rd St.. became
0::iO at the Pen and Quill Res-
taurant, 3421 N. Scpulvcda Center. Mr. Heihacairo Suzuki, thn bride of Larry Hopkins
Chief of the International Serv- son of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Hop-
Set Dec 15 ed nl. a linen and kitchen
shower given on Thursday eve-
Miss Frances O'Ncil. director Rlvd., Manhattan Reach. The club's Christmas party ning by Mrs. Bertha McNeilCo- at
ice Section of the National Diet kins of Riverside in a cere Carson St.
of Clairol's San Francisco Hair- "Secret Pals" will be reveal- Library of Japan was the guest mony at the Narbonne Ave to be held Dec. 15 at the South- her home, 3009 Mrs. Porter H.
coloring Center, will be in the ed at this time and names will Baptist'Church on Nov. 27 at ern California Gas Co. auditor- hostesses were
of the Council.
Beauty Fair of the Broadway- lip drawn for the coming year.
Mr. Suzuki translated the j 7:30 p.m. ium in Hedondo Beach was the Preach of Inglewood, Mrs. Gardena
Del Amo on Wednesday, Dec. Those who do not have a "pal"
Book of the Camp Fire Girls Rev. Bob Wells officiated at topic of discussion at the meet- Joseph Wcnkunas of daughter.
6, to give free consuHrtions. 'are asked to bring an exchange ng of the Torrance Lioness I and Mrs - McNeil's
Miss O'Neil has boon in the gift. into Japanese. The Blue Birds, the double ring ceremdny be- club held Tuesday evening. Mrs- Jerome G. Doyle.
Transportation if, being ar- Camp Fire Girls and Horizon fore a flower banked altar. Games were played and tlvo
field of hair beauty for the past
Club girls welcomed Mr. Su- Mr. Carter escorted his Hostess for the meeting was
fifteen years, and during that ranged by Mrs. Susie Walker.
zuki with songs. Mr. Suzuki pre- daughter to the altar and gave Mrs. Henry Burke, 1629 Cren- tablepink beautifully decorated
and white wedding
time has traveled all over the The president of the club is shavv Blvd. in
United Stales. She worked in Mrs. Hazel Hutton. sented slides of Japan and her marriage. She wore a bells and flowers. On the table
the Clairol laboratory In New commented upon Japanese life. gowninof Chantilly lace fashion- Mrs. Newell Larsen, presi- I was a decorated cake with two
At the end of the evening he ed with Queen Anno collar and dent, was in charge. Mrs. A.B. big hearts bearing the names
York, for some time, testing MISS FRANCES O'NEIL Home Extension McTee is serving as chairman of the bridal couple. The decor-
new hair colors. . . . Color Expert was made an honorary mem- Her full
While at the Broadway-Del
Party Tuesday ber of the Los Angeles Council long pointed sleeves. a pearl
of the Christmas party which ating was done by Mrs. Jerome
Amo Beauty Salon she will be Dean Addresses El Nido Unit of the Univer- of Camp Fire Girls. Mr. Suzuki illusion veil fell she carried will be a pot luck dinner at Doyle.
sity of California Home Exten- has toured the United States and lace tiara and 0 p.m. On the committee are
available to give an expert's orchids Attending were the bride-
advise on all hair coloring Mothers Club dean of boys sion Program will hold its De visiting San Francisco, Chicago a cascade bouquet of Mmes. C. C. Powell, E. E. Har- elect's mother and sister, Mrs.
problems. Rev. Laurancc, cember meeting next Tuesday, Boston and New York. The and stephanotis. ris, Mott Farrell, Howard Joseph Orsini and Patricia Or-
and head of guidance at Bishop Pec. 8, in El Nido Park at 10 tour Is sponsored by the Amer Miss Patricia Carter was her Percy, Milton Isbell, Pete Radi- sinl of Torrance; Mrs, John
Montgomery High School, 5430 a.m. with A. B. Cowie, presl lean Library Assn. sister's maid of honor. She sich, J. P. Becker, Ray Wyatt Wisecaver, Hawthorne; Mrs.
To Oregon Torrance Blvd., Torrance, will dent, presiding. . k,
wore blue lace over taffeta and and Clarence Clark. Frances J. Matthews, Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moss, be guest speaker at the Dec. This will be an open house carried a nosegay of blue car- The club also planned to pre- Pelfrey and Patricia and Mrs.
Pennsylvania Ave., Lomita will 14 meeting of the Mother's meeting with Christmas and
Hawaii Vacation pare a basket for a needy fam- William* Preach of Manhattan
loave Monday for Corvallls, Club. its many activities as the The tropical atmosphere of Johnny Chamberlain stood as ily at Christmas. Beach; Mrs. William Meisel and
Ore., to spend a month with He will speak on "Curricu- theme of the gathering. All Tire Polynesian, exotic restau best man and ushers were Mrs. Alfred Redislch was Mrs. Carol Brown, Gardena; i
their son and his wife, Mr. and lum," and will cover the entire housewives in the South Bay rant in Torrance, provided the David Crumby and Martin Wil- welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Gerald Devlin, Marilyn I
Mrs. Robert Moss. teaching program at the area are invited. No admission setting for an island dinner ley. First business meeting of Devlin and Caroline Snyder of
school. A question and answer is charged and a pot luck din- party hosted recently by Mr After the wedding, a recep- 1060 will be held Jan. 5 at the Inglewood.
FOR CLASSIFIED period will follow his talk. n-er is served at noon. and Mrs. Ernest Keusder of home of ,Mrs. Paul Burnam, Sehding gifts but unable to
RESULTS Mrs. Harvey Chapman will For full information call Torrance after their return tion was held in the 1203 Cranbrook Ave. - attend were Mrs. Irene Head
preside at the 8 p.m. meeting A. B. Cowle, 18518 Mansel from a three weeks vacation Youth Hall. The couple then
for the week of Hawthorne and Mrs. Nicko-
CALL FA. 8-4000 in the school library. Avenue, Redondo Beach. In. Hawaii. Guests Included Mr. left for Big Bear home at las Frank, Santa Monica.
and Mrs. John Woznick of Roll- end. They are now at Diana Polio
ing Hills. 14724 Avalon.
Torrance Church Calendar
MRS. LARRY HOPKINS
Both the bride and her hus-
band attended Banning High ... Recent Bride
Clinic to Be Moose Unit
school. (Stanford photo)
CENTRAL CHURCH CALVARY COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST
1817 Craven, Avenue. Torr.ne. Dianas Attend Roundtable Held Dec. 8 Activities
EVANGEUCAl CHURCH OF TORRANCE
1117 Milton St., at Raymond Ave. Loran Blggi, Mlnliter A low cost, non-profit polio Social Service Chapter Night
UNITED BRETHREN Torrnnce SUNDAY
Members of the Dianas, Mar- Goldenson, federation exten- ilinic will be held at Aviation
Donald B. Flenton. Pastor TO «.m Worahlp Benrle*. was observed by the Torrance
Mareellna * Arlington Ph. DA 4-5271
Sunday School 9:30 « m.
am. Bible Study
a.m Worship Serrlce.
ina District CFWC, junior mem- sion secretary. High School at the corner of Women of the Moose at their
Rev Walter M. stanton
FA. 8.5019 Blhla pin*"-! for all aif»a *:00 p m. Yoiine; People'* jership, who attended the Mrs. Austin McNeil, chair- Aviation antj Manhattan Beach meeting Wednesday evening
Mornlnfr Pc . Meeting. Marina District November
WnrnlnK WornhlB V|<V provM-d) 7:00 p.m Kfcnlncr Worahlp, man of the evening division of Blvd., Redondo Beach on Tues- Dec. 2. Lillian Dixon presided
I »0 - Tnllth Fellowship Proirram B and 6p WEDNBSDAT
r>m Ladle* Blhlt Clan
loundtable Conference were day, Dec. 8 from 7 to 9 p.m., in the absence of Elsie Smith
1 K\ ~ tt.nlnr Worahln 1-SO
n m Bible Study. rtrs. Leonard Comer, Califor- the Redondo Beach Women's under the auspices of the Na
Midweek Worship «»rrlr« V.OO T:80 whose husband passed away
Wndneidey Irttimg nia state chairman of health Club who also is Marina Dis- tional Foundation and the Re- Sunday morning.
Ind tnd 4th Thursday of month NATIVITY CATHOLIC and gerontology, and also first trict coordinator, was also dondo Beach Dianas, Marina
CHURCH Ginger Haufman was chair-
FOURSQUARE OOSPfl vice president of Dianas; Mar- District, CFWC, junior
1447 Enqraela Avenue. Toeranc* present. man of the evening. Four new
CHURCH CHRIST THE KINO rr. Joaeph McArdle na District board members, bership. members were initiated into
HITHEPAN CHURCH Telephone FAIrfax 8-3779 Mrs. Robert Dreizler, presi- Included among past Marina
Corner A'llno'on and *jepulverf» First, second, third, and the chapter. They were Helen
Tal DA «.MTI mt W. IWnd St., Torranea
MaynJrd v. Mldthun. Paator. filtrht Sunday Ma S«r«n at 55 dent, and Mrs. J. C. Supple, District officers honored at this K. Mullins, Edna Holtzclaw, Ida
lev, end M-.. .i»v P Uowan, Phone DAvIa va.fl*1: ch, 144S tfnarrarla. Arc 5=
Paetora 6:00. 7:00. 8-nn »:00. 10:00. 11-00, == Cicero and Helen Hanson.
S1TVTU.Y- F.i..,rtsv School «-SO a IB Rea. DAvIa ».S4W
Mmnlnr Wnrahln 10-4R am. nirlnr Worship. H-SO A M. and 13-16. 1(1:15 In Nat|»ltl-r An- =11 chairmen, Mrs. John the Lawndale Mondays Eves the cost of the vaccine and sup- Sponsors were Lorraine Wal-
o.inrtav =!rh l, fl'^ A M n»T. One Ms.-a nt Mlsiion Church 33
Ttlvlno Wor«hln 11-00 AM. of St. Jnsenh'.. 3114 W Pet Amo tS Hansford, Americanism and was Mrs. Fred Iseman, former plies used to administer it will ker, Hazel Davis and Margaret
Nursery ea*» nmvlded at both Wvd. at 9:80 A.M. Confasilon
vhr»» tlniM on Saturdays 10>00
:= legislation, Mrs. Reynolds Gor- Marina District treasurer. Mrs. be donated to the National Licht.
to 11-00 AM. 4:00 to 6-00 V M == such, Religion and ethics, a.nd Iseman is also a former prcsi Foundation. The escort team, wearing
7-flO to 9rOO P.M Bantlsnn 0»»ur- Mrs. Ray Pierce, Build a Better
FIRST KaPTIST CHURCH dnv, and Sundays at 3:00 I'M dent of Dianas. The Los Angeles County formal gowns, put on their new
prT " eTHOr>IST OF El NIDO Community. Health Department recom drill.
CHURCH W*. W. 18
Dorothy Stoeckle Also Diana officers, Mrs. Arizona Trip mends that the second injec The Friendship business
CHURCH Charles Hillinger, president; Lion be given one month after meeting will be held at the
it J Jn,. Aalm Unurcn al"""""' DA 3-2494 Mrs. Paul Taylor, second vice Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sears re the first; the third injection be home of Marguerite Baudin on
Rev. Peter K. H. Lee, Aitoolate Training Cl»Hae« for All Ajrea, (MISSOURI SYNOD) president; Mrs. Milo Brunskill, turned last Sunday from Mesa, given seven months to one Dec. 8. .
Oiii-ch action! for nil ages «-SOnm. -. - - . Th« OhMrch of the Lutheran Hour visit from Ariz., where they (pent the
VIW-.Fn-lit Wnr«'''n Ynu»h Choir T h o r p h Ber»1c«. 18002 8. Prairie, Torrane. for philanthropy chairman; Mrs. year after the second; and the On Monday, Dec. 7, the Es- \
Church 8ch"M. Nursery through Sunday School and Bible data John Kenny, membership Thanksgiving holiday and week 'ourth or booster injection be cort Team will hold Its Christ-
Sth Crude 9:45 am. Welcom* Wigon
Vl:00 Vouth at Worship In Bane- Family Wnrihtp Serrlce, 1:30 chairman; Mrs. John Harrison, end with their daughter, Mrs. given one year after the third. mas dinner at the homo of Loii
Th 11 am. Robert Trezise and family.
|Ti.rJi P-hool and Adult Nursery Cars 11 a.m. hostess; and Mrs. Sheldon All people over the age of Britt at 7 p.m. There will b»
11-00-Morni>-~ Worship Adult ASSIMBIY OP GOD
Holy Communion, flrat Sunday
~>r **n month. ;hree months are urged to a gift exchange.
CHURCH Pev. L. C. Warnake. Paator start or complete their inocu- The Moosehaven committee
Pinna for Ni «-v through (Ith !834 w 170th Mraet. To-*anc»
Z4404 |J-""»Horne Blvd. ations before the peak polio has purchased their hair d»y-
W. Fl«h. Paitor Office FR 8-1SSO season arrives. People having a ers for the women In the ward
ontler 6-77R8 cold or fever during the 24 at Harbor General Hospital.
Sund School 9-<5 a.m. First Church of Christ, This committee has adopted
nir Wnr.hln 11-00 (l.PI. lours prior to the clinic should
iPISCOPAl CHURCH en'* church 11 -nn am. Scientist not receive the inoculation. this ward at the hospital for
'i°'lc Rf-vlce 7-10 pm. 218th «it. and Minuet Ave.
14*? Engraola Ave F» ».17t1 «",v*»r ^'cotln** 7-an p.m. Torranea, Calif. Anyone under twenty-one Christmas.
-. Hiinh P Percy. Recto
q.rvlcr* «).15 , nfl 11 a m
idny Holy rommunloi
Tnune Pcnplca 7-30 p m.
***""%«*£ MI*-" "
Church S^rvicpR 11 a.m.
ears of age, unmarried and
VOT in the Armed Forces must
The Child Care Committee
will stage a card party at the
" 1S am to 10:15 a.m. Moose hall on Wednesday,
T'uplH nn Tn » a-" Of 10 nhouM bo accompanied by a parent or
Elrtir Oli-n L. Ooffar, Pastor w nccomnnnli'd by parent or uardian or bring written con- Dec. 9. All games will be plav-
Reildrnr* FR B.H711
Church Office - FA 8.1540 ' R-adlni; Room 1817 Oahrllln sent from said person. ed with prizes for the high
)TT»n 10 a.m. to ft n m dallv ex-
'»Dt Sunday and ITolldivs Alan 7
scores. Refreshments will be
ilnn » 7 30 o m. o *. Monday and Friday eve- served.
l at A-lfi a m
s» 9-U nnd 11 a
«m.. noly Co i>ctlnK 7-30 P M.
AM arc ir.lcorn" to attend ou?
crvlcea and to use our RefldlnK
B'nai B'rith to The Friendship Committee
will hold its Christmas party
Youth M ctlnc 7-HO P.M. and dinner at the Moose Hall
WAITERI* H"«T BAPTIST
CHURCH HOPE CHURCH
Vleet Monday on Dec. 11. Husbands are in-
vited. There will be a gift ex-
PARK and NPWTDN 8TS. EVANf5«UCAl 4HB5 Rharynne Lane Hollypark B'nai B'rith Worn- change. Dinner will be served
Rev L. P Hu«t«H Paito
__ FRontler B.47M UN'Tr-D P'^HRtN Pattor r»c .1 c ""imflald n will hold a regular business at 6:30 p.m.
5 Blhlf flch"ii at 9 SO A M SJ47 W. ->74tH 8t. PRontler 5-3433
meeting at 8:30 p.m. Monday, Friendship breaWast will > >»
US Mornln» Wnr.hlp at 11 -00 A M Rrv. Monrad Bern»s«n 'undav P"'>no1 ........ I'SOAM
5= rounu P«op|e'» 8 r T 1 c » at PH. HA 9.3277 RM. DA 9-?54i Mornlnr W^.hlr. ......10:45. A.M. Dec. 7, at 416 Birch Ave., Haw- held in Compton Dec. 13. All
ca B'OO PM. flin n m. Sunday School Jnnln'. rinirch attending are asked to donate
== Ti«plrntlon»l Roapel Hour «1 11-00 a m Mornlnir Wnrahlp Rnnti,t Training Fellow- home. The group will discuss
=== r no PM K-m pin -Ynu'h Fellowship «h1n ................. «:OOP.M. nd form plans for their forth- for needy children's Christmas.
^ Wcdnnday 7-31) P It, Blbl« 7:30 i rn.-tfviir.lnB Worahln nvenlnn W'n Wn . 7:00 p M.
^~ trxnoaitlon and Prayer. Bible Study and Pravcr Meetlnir WBDNESDAT
Rlble Bturf- - ' " --^r 7:30 PM
oming social and fund-raising
s=j A h»arty welcoma to «11 Wednesday. 7-SO
Nurierv cfir. nrovld»d for the , THTJRSDAT
vents. leturn Home
^ North Torranea Community Chntr RctiMrnnl
All guests and prospective Mr. and Mrs. u E. Dettinger
M CHURCH OF DIVINE TRUTH vlded all atated church nembers are welcome, and re- of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have
(Member of Internntlonal
New Thounht Alliance) ST. JAMES reshments will be served. Fur- spent the past two weeks here
Mtetlng at McMaitnr Park. 3624 CATHOLIC CHURCH icheduli her information may be ob- with Mr. Dettinger's sister,
W. 174th St., Torranee 418 Vincent St., HartondP Mrs. Hazel Sprague, and other
Rev. (Dr.] Robert e. lhaffer Sunday Mas*ev ff, 7, 8, 1(1:16. FIRST CHRISTIAN ained by contacting Mrs. Gor-
Sunday, 10:45 a m, Organ Pri- 11:1A and 13-1S o'clock CHURCH OP TORRANCB ki Chase of Gardena, mem- relatives left yesterday for
nigh Mana. SAM .heir home.
uda and Meditation.
,. Adult Church Service.
S _ flundajr Masses at (Dlnclplsi or Chrlit)
.I1 " ' B"mh
' JuBlor rhnrch (Bund'y B M.a"-M'VsS,hino''-3o','n'd>Ili n80 2930 61 Dorado, Torrane*
4ch H«v. H .Alltan Rlppel. Paitor
Nuraery f.ir lnfnnt« Res. Phone FA. 1-4883
>"or other actlvitl>«, plea LUTHERAN CHURCH Two nenalona of Church School
ihdne rhiirch office. PL 8-S441. and MnrnlnR Wornhlp. |-SO and
of 11:00 ».m
OREYFRIARS MEMORIAL THE GOOD SHEPHERD Nursery provioVd at both
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 21100 Victor St.. Torrance
Oerald W. Oarlld, Pastor
(Fundamental, Orthodox) Phonea: FR 1 1144 or FR 6-0831
Meed In HUNDAY
:SO a m. Sundny School DEL AMO BAPTIST
Sea-AIre Recreation Hall 10-45 am Morning Worship, CHURCH
at Revnolde and Lupine fhlld care rtiu-lnp the aervlc*
8708 0.1 Amo Blvd., Torranea
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. 8:00 p.m MldwKeli Blhla Study. Paitor Stuart Smith
// You Care . . .
Two weeks ago this man
with Sunday School begin- Sunday School All ARM I 46 AM
ntna at uiual at 9:30 a.m. SOUTH BAY Morning Worship Service
CHURCH OF OOD
17061 Yulton, Torrance
11:00 A. M.
A Streamlined Mvonlni Berylce ABOUT YOUR EYES
received more than $500!
DEL AMO SOUTHERN j.h 7:80 P.M.
(<a DA. 8-1141 1 or FA. 1-2674 A Oonaervnllv" Bantlat Church
412 Camlno Real, at Torrance
r: Rcy. Clifford I,. Tlernpy
ate Pmtnr: Rev Clifford U
FIRST LUTHERAN We Offer. . .
Blvd. 9 «0 a m . Sumlnv School. Caraon and Flower EASY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY BUDGET TERMS
Daniel B. Weaver, Jr., Pallor
Sunday School . .. .0:46 a.m.
Trnlnlnr Union ........0 u.m
11:00 am. -Church
7:30 p.m.--BvcnlnB aei-vlr«».
Nuraary C»r» Provided
Phone FAIrfax 8-6884
William J. Roleder, Paitor
Donald stmide. Intern
This is the result of planning ahead with a Bank of Choose the payment plan belt for your budget
A SPECIAL PLAN FOR CHILDREN
Mornlnff ..............11 am.
Kvcrilnn ................7 n m. CRENSHAW BAPTIST
1:00 a m Worship Service.
B:80a. m. fliinday Sohool. America Christmas Club Account! The money he Children'1 ey* examination* and glatict
WBLCOMI TO TORPANRE CHURCH
Children and AdulU.
10:46 am-Worahlp Service.
6:80 7:16 p m.-Blhle Study.
deposited each month for a year-plus interest-is under our yearly car* program broken
leniei and framei replaced at no extra charge
his family's guarantee of plenty of gifts under the tree.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "A frlandly pl*ce to worthlp (Nursery at 10-45 Service)
noiy Communion Flrat Sunday 0 CONTACT LENSES
al Carton A Manual It. 18749 crenihiw Blvd., Torrance
Torranoe, Calif. Sunday tchool-e,t4» «. m.
Luther League and and 4th So f mall they are Invisible In your eyei and
Ph,)na PA 1-8030
Morgan Oatei, Paitor
Robtrt Dehn. Ant. Patter
Morning Wor.hlp MiOO a.m.
Timing Union «iM p.m.
yenmq Worship 7iSO p.m.
ANZA AVENUE BAPTIST
Providing an account expressly for your Christmas can be worn all day.
THE NEW BLENDED LENSES
UNDAT I Horning terrleM
W«dn«iday Pray.r lurvlce
'lJ9_f< m. Nursery provided. CHURCH
cash is just one of our special services, many of which That lets you »ee far and near, but hat no dividing
line Beautiful selection of frames
t:16 AM -10 4! AM,
lunday School 9'IB for Nuraery
thru Jr Hlfh
HINRV R. bAMPLM. Paitor
P«rson«g»-1l743 Orenihsw Blvd. At Ania (Valeria) and tpencir are unique with Bank of America. In fact, we can Open 9-5:30 Dally & Saturday Fridays till 9 p.m.
10:45 Hl(h School and Adults
r»llowahlt Trtlnlna; «:8fl P M.
outhern Baptlat Convention A v« nun
C. D. Scott, Paitor
Phone FR 3-1140
serve you 59 different ways when you make B of A Dr. M. M. Sak8
B»ns«llstlc Mnaaane 7-80 P.M.
WF!r»NKflr>AY I3lhle Study
7 80 PM
CHURCH OF GARDENA
Bunrtay Hrltool ..,.,..,.. « 46
Mnr ling Wui-xhlp und
your banking headquarters! Dr. K. A. Vendelaml
Communion Bervlrf and Crjvi-r l|4t Utrrteiu Blvd.. OA..I, 4.tm,4 Jiiuhr f'iiur,-<i , . ...II no
Nrrierv provided for all servlrea.
i|»o eoiind proof mnlh'ri' roo
»t r ww
School JnU ,)ttico
8:2ll n III fhlllrh «. luiol
Redonrto beach Blvd.
Tiulnlim I'in..n .0,110
BANK OF AMERICA 1S04 EU PRADO
fA 0-0190 >i FA 0-OIV1
Free Parking next door in AAP Puking Lot