Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 26
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 26

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
Page 26
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f PolyGmdsSay Vows Gedeikas Three Couples Marry in Formal Services * · ' to Celebrate MacDonaW . ^ 7 ' · " Folytechnx High School graduates Linda Kay Wulf s- ', CE t-1010 . .-47^0 E. Snerah, Lonj EtiA berg acd T e r r y C l a r k Schmidt were married in a . late afternoon wedding Fri- 50th I 63T day at the home of the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Wulfs- The bride wore an afternoon sheath of turquoise blue and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Mercyn Cadwallader, as m a t r o n ot honor. Kent Schmidt served his brother as best man. » · · « · THE NEW Mrs, Schmidt attended San Jose State College. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlowe B. Schmidt. · ' . ' · ' - ·The couple will reside in Naples on return from · a Palm Springs honeymoon. ' FOR RENT . titlm'Tt l««t* Vn* !···· ' '*. .' ··4 r t*Atn* Ap vTBtm OLIVE GRAHAM CO. ' UALTOtS IC9 EAST OCUH Hlnlcci Mtil : $150 TO $350 Lithuanian-bora Mr. and Mrs. Da-sonic Gedeika, 615 Mira Mar Ave, will celebrate 50 years of marriage Saturday.' The couple, who met and married · in Chicago, lived for many years in ML Carmel. Pa., where be was a ,f. coal miner. During the war. }i years, they returned to Chi- :f cago where he was employed by the Ford Motor Company aad then eight years ago moved to California where they settled in Long Beach. They have a daughter, Sophie Gedeika of San Pedro, and son Stanley Gedeika, who resides with his wife and two children in Chica jo. '- , BaTze , · First C o n g r e g a t i o n a l Church was chosen for the Saturday wedding of Linda Dianne Baize, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Baize, and Robert James Mac Donald, son of Mr. aad Mn. R. J. MicDonaM · . . The brUe wore a formal gown of white crepe accer.t- 'ed with crystal beads. Her veil fell from a crown of crystal* acd seed pearls. Mrs. Join F. Rowan, sister of the bride, attended her xi matron of honor. Ro- v.-jn sened the bridegrovm as best man. O t h e r members of the bridal party included Peggy Baize (sister of the bride). CASH IS EASY to raise when you use Classified to sea articles. Call HE 2-5939. Mrs. R. J. MacDonald Jr. Mrs. James E. Taylor Mrs. Stanley H. Koch HARTFIELDS WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE FABULOUS STOREW1DE VALUES ... THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPORTSWEAR SAVINGS! FASHION SAVINGS! SPORtSIWAR- SPECTJ CULA R! Your Choice, Entire S t o c V SPRING and EASTTR BLOUSES I . florals, prints, stripes, solids anil c h e c V x . tailored classics, cescadiig rvffle styles · .crepts, cottons end itw c o s y - c a r t felenis Year Choice, Entire S l o c V NEW SEASON SKIRTS or PANTS Reg. 3.99 . origV-l s e l e c t i o n of nt v e s t s p o r t s w t e r \ . slieotlis, c u l o t t e s t*i action itirls regular atij popular s t r e t c h si;It pants LINGERIE SAVINGS! Y o u r Choice, Entire S t o c V 2.99 GOWNS or PAJAMAS . c c t t o n s , nylon tricots ens' a c e t a t e s . n r j V l shirts, baby (foils oni p a j a m a s . leil«r«i er f a n c y ruifle anJ ( a c t trims Sandra Miller, Mary Jane and D e i r d r e MacDonaM. John Hoehn. George Wray. Richard Foster and Jerry Schoenenberger. The new Mrs. MacDonald graduated f r o m Miuikan H'gh School and attended Long '. Beach Gty College. Her husband graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended LBCC. Taylor' Walker Three hundred guests witnessed the exchange of wedding vows «f Karen Anne Walker and Junes Ed\vards Taylor at an afternoon ceie- The bride Is a graduate tf Arizona Stite University ): Tempe. Her husband iffiA uated from Wilson *Hijh School and L o n g B e a o h State College, where Jie_ J» now working en a master' i degree. '·' ; 'On their return from · .a P a l m Springs honeymoon, they will reside in Garden Grove. Koch- : '-'^ Harris , '/,.' Sandra Rae Harris, daujb- trr of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Harris, and Stanley oseph Hugh Koch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koch were married In an evening wedding al V'*!- muny at Capitol Methodist ley Jewish Community_Cep- Church in Phoenix, Sur-day. ter iii Los Angeles Saturday. The bride wore a fonrjl gown of ChantUIy lace' over white satin with a fingertip veil and peart crown. Her honor attendants were Miriam H a I p e r n and Mrs. Douglas Kooler. Parents of the couple are Capt. (USNMC ret.) Everett B. Taylor and Mrs. Tiylor of Long Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Thaymon G. Walker of Phoenii. A gown of slipper satin decorated with Swiss cm- Yorry Koch sened the = j broidery was chosen by the - bridegroom as best man. · bride for her wedding Her Other members of the'ea- 5214 No. PEPPERWOOD Lflkewood BUENA PARK SHOPPING CENTER B o e n o Pork 421 PINE AVENUE Long Beach veil of silk illusion fell from a rose trimmed satin heid- piece. Mat.Tvji of V.nor »as Mrs. Wdliam H. Reck Jr. Everett B. Tiylor Jr. served the bridegroom as best r.un. Other members of the wedding included Christine Garcia. Mrs. Steven O. Svvof- ford. Jack Gold. Michael T. Gwizales. Edward E 1 la- worth and Wayne Van de Walker. entourage were Judy We.iiz. Marilyn Sachs, Barbara Pi- sinoff, Betty Raskoff.' Cul Sachs. Fobert Colton. rAr- noU Moss and Jerry firin. The new Mrs. Koch'at- tended UCLA. Her husbapd was graduated from Wi}i.n High School and attended LBCC. Following a wedding trip to Son Francisco and Las Vegas, the. newlyweds will reside in Lo's Angeles. DRESS SPECIALS Values to 12.99 Values to 10.99 / - { f a . - ? UU^ .HURRY FOR THESE EXCELLENT VALUES! . shifts, j c c V t l Jresses, full sVilll DIE* shirtwaists . prints, s o l i d tones, f l o r a l s , enlrola'erea' f a b r i c s . a s s e r t e d * wools, c o t t o n s , llerxis and a c e t a t e s . fine color range I* missy, pttile ana 1 fcolf sins HSHIOH WE,THE B-4--INOEPtNDENT t. Ff» 21 TM - Engagements - Britfon- Brown Bonnie Lee Britten's engagement to Frank Robert Brwn has been announced by her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Cifras of Eellflower. Miss Britton was graduated from Jordan High. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edjar Brown. Lon- Beach. is an alumnus of Poly High a"l completed two years at Long Beach Sute College where he is now a part-time student. He also served as a paratrooper with the U. S. Army Airborne for three years. The wedding will take place in June at the Delta Baptist Church. Beaver- Guy an Long Beach State Colie;? student Jeneal Beaver will \ved Cpl. Donald Georf* Guyan of the U. S. Marine Corps. Announcement of the couple's engagement was made by her parents. Mr. and Mr;. B. Neal Beaver of Lonj Beach. He is the son of the John W. Guyans of Tor- Weif Mr. and Mrs. William I. Davis of Long Beach have announced the engagement of their daughter, Nadette Jae Davis, to William Gary West, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Garland West of Walnut Creek. The bride-elect was graduated from Millikan Hijh where she was a member cif PSI sorority and attended Long Beach State College. Her fiance is a member of the U. S. Marine Corps «a- tioned at . Los Alamitos Naval Air Station. The wedding will take place the evening of May 1. Nichol- Banlcs Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Kichol of Buena Park an- n o a n c e the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirley Maxine. to David R. Banks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Banks of Long Miss Beaver, a sophomore at Long Beach State College, was graduated from Millikan High. He attended El Carnino College. The wedding date has rot been set. Stubbs- Buffington June U has been chnsen for the wedding date tf Judith Diane Stubbs lf James Knox Buffington, accordmg to announcement by her parents, Mr., and Mrs. Alfred I. Stubbs of Long Beach. The bride-to-be is a |£»ci- uate of Polytechnic High School and will graduate-in June from Long B,eaih State College where "sre affiliated with Delta Delia Delta. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin G. Biif- fingtcn of Lynwood, graduated from Long Beach City College and is now a - s t u dent at LBSC. GIRLS DRESSES Yevr C K o i c e , E n t i r e SlecV Your Ctiaice, Entire S t o c V Yoir Choice, Entire Slack PATIO SHIFTS 69 NYLON HOSE 1.50 BRAS . oil it* popular s!;!ts . sixis 3 la £i srsif 7 le \^ florals, prints, stripes lippirs a«i lotion stjlis S p r i n g fosJiien shafts, p l a i n ar.i ce»ti laits Sauve- Crowiher Mr. and Mrs.' R. A. Sauve revealed the wedding plan? of their daughter. Andree M.. and Thomas W. Crow- trier at a champagne party. Miss Sauve graduated from St. Anthony's High School. LBCC and San Jose Sute College. At City College tf-f affiliated with Kassai. wa w e d d i n g is .Five Jewel Award recipient. represenUtive of arts 'arid president of Entie Nou«. She was a member of Gamma Phi Beta at San Jose. · Her fiance is a Polytechnic High School and LBCC graduate and is now attending University of California Medical Center in San Francisco. ' - The c o u p l e graduated from Jordan High School The bridegroom-elect is now a student at LBCC. A June planned. Jofmjfon- Huhell Mr. and Mrs. B a r b a r a Card Johnston of Long Beach have announced the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Carol, to Garry Lee HatseH, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hutsell. also of this city. The bride-to-be will graduate from Poty High in June where she is president of Delta Chi. Her fiance, an alumnus of Millikan High, attends Los , Angeles ibrbor C o l l e g e where he has served as president of Gamma Epsilon Tau. The wedding wtll take place it Woodruff United Church cf Christ July 5. King- An April w e d d i n g i planned by Joanne King and Ronald D. Syhlmaa whose engagement was amounctd recently by her parents; the Lester Kings of Long Beach, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. WiKiaa Syhlmaa of Cedar Falls. Iowa. Re n- tended State CoHege 'nf Iowa. She was a student at Harbor Junior Cotlese.' ' Ml

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