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[am April 23, 1959
TEEN - AGE TAITLE by two, tlny, tactful, though terribly truthful, tattlou and Gays! Lately. all ings have been mostly (ms, For instance, March e anniversary dance of Nicolas (Pangasinan) Asociation. teen-tigers as well as ere seen there, among Joan Flores, one of Al - Queen candidates Ram and Arsenia re placod in the box so the finances of the e was no admission fee) r, a. special dance 'was nor of Judy Corpuz, can- Ime Legionarioe del Tra e Northwest for Conven . . . April 17 was the sponsored (for strictly ) by the Filipino Youth Group . . . The wall was by the teen committee balloons and crepe the Atlantic Street ked neat _. . . The light ed. of course, and later, ts was served . . . All seemed rather shy at after a few "snowballs" SUPER SERVICE Gas - Mobiloila tion—Auto Repairing phone MA 4-9090 SO. hank, Wash. POULTRY 00. Fancy Milk-Fed Poultry lesale—Retail SI. MA 3-4433 TH COAST mg Company 3 and “’holesale Croccrs 17 Maynard Ave. 10 4, Washington phone MA 2-8874 3006. Seattle 14 Petr! Cigars Munollno 0 Sum cc. 0 Money ANGELO MERLINO and SONS RICE ALWAYS ON HAND Phone MM 1931 no Sixth Ave. 3., Scum. TAI TUNG CAFE STRICTLY DELICIOUS FOODS Apon 11:00 «.In. to 4:00 tun. Chin“. Tea Coke: Saved Daily 655 KING STREET—SEATTLE e of Famous Chinese and American Foods 7372 . MA 4-9205 PHONE CALLS 544 W FINE FOODS ALWAYS " 7 mm. to 9:30 p.m.—Closed Wednesdays “‘SO“ St. Seattle Wash. Mrs. Ann lunch, Prop. oN-ROB DRUG CO. . Pomades - Dyes Druqs - Prescripﬁons ‘A'k Shep Every Day Until 2 A.M. l S for “DOC" Norman or Rose Momon andYesler. seame EA 3-828 l Um“ * 96* if at Jackson, Come to Eon-Rob and ladies’ choices, the ice blew . . . Fancy cha-cha. hops, slow drags and even the stroll kept the merriment at its best . . . Glanc— ing around (and who didn’t?), we saw these girls: Lena Osoteo, Mary and Jeanette Castillano, Camm Pastures, Madeline Wills. Sharon Flores, Sandy Arino Mary Polk, Coralita. Castrorand Roberta Ventum. . . . And these boys: Da vid Madayacg, Ricky Balagot, Ed die Aeena, Jr., Phil Estmnda, Pete Villa, Ralloiam boys, Lame Ogil vie, Vincent dela. Cerna, Edrie Beltran, Jack Tillman and Benny Mayo . . . Intermix these kids and everyone has a. ball . . . Members of the not-so-ancient onlookers (sometimes called CAPERONS) included Fred and Dottie Cordova, Eddie and Bennie Brillantes, Jerry and Helen Inigo. Mrs. Anna Eliot, Dick and Rosita Fatima, Mr. and Mrs. Luis Castro . . . The theme was “April Love” . . . Other dances that took place after press time were the O'Dee. sock hop . . . Blanchet also had a. tolo . . . Now is the time for all seniors and juniors to don their best for male and semi-formals . . . Cleve land's Junior Prom theme this year was "Heaven in Paradise” . .. . The dance; held April 3 at the Lakewood Community Club, was attended by (human Pastures and her scort, Rodger del: Cruz . . . Virginia Onionla. has been chosen queen of the Immaculate Junior- Senior Prom scheduled for May 22 . . . Phil Sstrada. still insists that he is a quiet boy (quiet or is it quite?) . . . Jo Anne Mendoza and her family have been kept busy constructing their new rec room . . . Movie-going gals Mary and Jeanette Castillano. Lena 050- teo and Mary Lou Brillanios made like cowboys during Rick Nelson‘s “Rio Bravo." . . . As they were leaving. Carmen and Rosita Pas— tor-m came to see it . . . Carmen and Rosita had seen the “Shaggy Dog" the week before . . . Jim Barﬂa has been eyeing a certain 5’ 5" brunette with brown eyw . . . In the same boat is Ken Alo jnndro. yell leader at Cleveland, only his has blue eyes and is blond . . . Richard Agbalog has a new scarlet-red Studebaker. lowered, and it is his combined graduation and birthday gifts from his par.- Cheese Olive on ﬁne, Groom-k --0 Trade With U. FILIPINO FORUM ents . . . Another well known O‘Dea. junior has been seen driv ing a new white foreign car . , . Dena omm, Emilia Meltdown and Mary (‘astlllano are making last minute preparations for their coming trip to‘ Portland where they will perform at the Civic Auditorium there . . . This entails mew wardrobe reservation and ar rangement for their plane trip back . . . Pepita Forms has been chosen as a finalist in the Vienese 13311 Queen contest at the Univer— Ysity of Washington . . . Pepita. also lentertained colleagues at her resi idence with a buffet dinner April ‘l9 . . . P.S.—Guys and Gals from com munities outside Seattle, 11 you halve any dances or other sotial events that you want to publish in the Filipino Forum, send them to the Teen Editor, 708 Adams, Seattle 8, Wash. . . . Also, if you have any problem in love or life, send it to Love-born Leta, in care of the Teen Editor. ‘ Visits Homeland After 50 Years’ Sojourn Abroad Mr. Francisco Bernardo of Wrangell. Alaska took a. North west Orlent airliner April 20 for his first visit to the homeland after an absence of 50 years. He is visiting relatives in his home town, Banalo, Bacoor, Cavite. Mr. Bernardo arrived in the United States in 1909 as an enlléted man in the U. S. Navy where he serv ed for 12 years. After World War I. he found employment in Salt Lake City. Utah, where he s t a y e. d for FRANCIS BERNARDO many years. He came to Seattle in the early 30’s and held jobs of various sorts. During World W‘ar 11, he moved to Alaska where he has lived since then with his wife. Mr. Bemardo’s visit to the old country has the aspect of a gift from his wife. Mrs. Bernardo stayed behind and let her husband visit his folks. "She is very sweet to me,” Francisco told the Forum, “and I consider this trip her gift to me." ‘ . Mr. Bernardo coincides his visit to the fiesta of his town and will return to the States in three or four weeks. Oriental and English Printing EA 3-0441 622 Rainier Ave. West coast Printing (:0. Office Supplies Stationeries Rubber Stamps JOE'S GARAGE Auto Repairs Gas and Elemic Welding Rates Reasonable—Open Sat. 34315 W“! Valloy Hiwuy Auburn, Wash. TE. 3-3642 VIHGEHT’S BARBER SHOP V. SABADO. Prop. om Jackson St. Bush Hotel - The Home 0! GOOD PHOTOGRAPHY Takano Studio HENRY H. MXYAKE 5" Jackson “- MAin 2—8186 Scuttle 4 BROADWAY BEAUTY . . . FIORENCE RAE Florence Rae, striking red-head from New York City, continues to star with Shipstads and Johnson Ice Follies. In the all-new 1959 edition, she takes over the feature role in "Under Sea," the pretentious and different western production sequence. Florence started skating as a "pro” when 3 years old and her instructor was her father, John Radosh. As an acrobatic skater she’s without an equal. Ice Follies, all-new and with more than a hundred skating stars, at the Civic Ice Arena, Seattle, April 29 through May 10. ICE FOLLIES OF 1959 OPENS 12-DAY SHOW HERE APRIL 29 Ice Follies of 1959, 23rd Annua} Ice Extravaganza produced by the Shipstads and Johnson, will open in the Seattle Civic Ice Arena. ‘Wednesday, April 29, after a cross-country tour that establish ed new all-time attendance records for Ice Shows in New York's Mad ison Square Garden. the Boston Gardens and the Montreal. Que bec. Forum. Lavish production numbers have been a hallmark of Ice Follies and this year’s routines -_ produced at a. cost of more than $300,000 are truly magnificent. There is a strong international tinge to the Ice Follies’ headliners. 'l‘wo fine acts from Australia fea ture the acrobatic Kermond Broth ers and the slick adagio team of Glenn and Colleen. Werner “.Mr Prick" Groebli is from Switzer land. while Colin Beatty and Bill Jack—two thirds of the zany scarecrows—are English and Scot- GREETINGS AND WELCOME TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS AMBASSADOR and MRS. CARLOS P. ROMULO MABUHAY! MR. AND MRS. PIO DE CANO DAN'S BARBER SHOP 502 Main St. Seattle. Wash. Dom Morales, Prop. Always A Friendly Welcome FILIPINO—CHINESE *AMERICAN DISHES 214 Washington Street Seattle, Washington Zolio Domingo, Prop. Telephone MAin 9474 snonmc, DRY MOUTH AND moron mmnou ﬂ will be eliminated instantly by using the "SNORE STOPPER" It will keep you healthier and younger Price SI.OO (Recommended by Physicians) Inventor, E. L lappich l 3“ Fir! AVG. W., Scams, Wash. AT. 3-000 7 tish subjects. Richard Dwyer. handsome 23- year-old Californian just out of the army. heads the American contingent. while Judy Lawrence of Tronto and Jo Ann Dawﬂy of Welland. Ontario, are very ap pealing Canadian performers. The highlight of the sparkling production numbers is a ski rou tne entitled “Snow Valley.” Here the comely members of the Ice Folliettes are attired in ski'ap parel imported from Germany. They cavort in parkas and ski tights, weaving among slalom markers. The “Roaring 20‘s" production returns to-the days of the ﬂap per, the coonskin coat and the Charleston. Carol Caverly, a stun ning brunette, is featured. Tickets are on sale at Sherman Clay, 164 4th Avenue. Seattle, Wash.