Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 27
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*' IT nut MAsnisoN* * '"STILL TRYING to settle 'down from constant "24- boui" gaiety are Patty and Ed Coyne who returned recently after a marvelous visit to New Orleans during Mardi Gras, where every day was as merry or merrier than the next ' 'They stayed at the Mon- ttlebne In the heart 'of the French Quarter, which made their visit that much more e Kiting and, were privileged moth Rex Ball at NX).s Mu' nlcipal Auditorium the last 'big burst of marvelous partying before Lent. "'They made this journey without their two small sons, 'naturally. But didn't feel guilty. This past summer "they took the boys on an 'educational and pleasure. too.' trek to Washington, D.C, New York and through New England. 1 ; * * · · ' \\TIAT WAS to be a glorious- week of solid golf turned into one glorious day of.'it for Jean Kinley and then -- whammo, the flu hi*. She and Bill flew over to ' visit with Eda and Mil Clark m Scottsdale. Ariz, for lots and lots of club swinging. The Clarks are formerly of Long Beach -- now Mai is vice president of the First National Bank in Scottsdalt. Well it seems that the fint day was fust great and the golf perfect. Then Jean began the chills and fever route. She stayed over one CLUB CALENDAR . CHI. Tfcn. frt. a, INDEPENDENT-?*^ 8;5. Initiation* Installation Among Late Week Plans Friday . Long Beach Chapter 173, OES, Tint initiation, 8 P-O-. Palm Verdes Masonic -Temple. 5155 E. Pacific Coast Saturday for Los Angeles ind Orange installed. Dance and bulftf Senior Ticktockers. South County Well-Baby Clinics jupper follow. '.. . National pluj ^j^ for Olk junior'.! Coast Chapter. Charity League, noon to 3 pm. meet home of Laura Highway. Dolores Gauthier Maben, to be chairman. heads list of officers to be I PURSEFULLS OF FASHION Summer straw purses will decorate Ubles for Holy Innocents Parents Guild fashion shew Saturday. Event will take place at Petroleum Club, 3635 Linden Ave., with noon luncheon following social hour at 11 a. m. Here (left), Mmes. Neil Casey, president of guild, admires selection of handbags chosen by Mrs. James Corbel], decorating chairman. Mrs. Anthony Belli and Mrs. Earl Kreutel are in charge of reservations. A door prize of three days and two nights in Hacienda Hotel in Las Vegas will be awarded during show. Dorothy Bouche's models will present styles. High School. Los Alamitos. i 17151 Westport * * * * . j Drive, Huntington Harbour. Independent Order of For. . . . Mrs. Leo J. Origer of Ross- **""· CTM* Orange Bios-! Del Mar Rebekah Lodge moor, to give cosmetic dem- «« 629. installation of of-, and Pythian Sisters Chapter onstration following lunch- fictr » * P-TM-. · *"*.,*1.1* 63. Joint benefit card party eon. Marsha Olsthooro. Masonic Temple. 5!5a E. noon in Garden Room. Third president, to conduct bus i- Pacific Coast Highway. Street and Alamitos Avenue, ness session. Senior mem- Members of high court of} Prizes to be awarded. bers will bring layette items Southern California to con-| Ela-Rutter in Nuptial Ceremony Valentine's Day was the romantic date chosen by Annalee R utter for her evening wedding to Da rid Paul Ha in Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. The bride ij the daughter of Mrs. Dale W. Johnson, 1S33 Golden Ave, and Buff R utter of Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Ha, 2S6! Pacific Ave, are parents of the bridegroom. A formal gown of French princess lace was worn by the bride. It was styled with Sabrina neckline and a detachable train of lace and orginza. A petal headdress of jeweled lace held her veil. and she carried a cascade of white roses and a white orchid. ATTENDANTS for the couple were Marlene Delcoure. maid of honor, Mrs. Gary Peterson, Trisha Terry and Judy Stubbs, bridesmaids; Steve Searson, best man; Roger Jongewaard, : y n-.?\i r-'-.^CHM L. -.«. i--» ·- »*ia^ Mrs. David Paul Ela Steve Luker. Barry Johnson and Tom Mclntyre, ushers- Diane and Janis Jongewaird were flower girls with Terry Jongewaard as ring bearer. The new Mr. ar«3 Mrs. Ela were graduated from Polytechnic Hijh School. She is an alumna of Long Beach Sllte College where she was| president of Delta Delta Delta sorority and a members of Spurs. He is an alumnus of UCLA and affiliated with Sigma Nu, Gold Key and Kelps. IUDGET THUS W f TO 1« MONTHS IONG IT4CH J OlDMT J C W E U I S 333 PINE AVE. YAUCAtlOK ANT LOT HEmlocl S-IJJS Opti fniv, Rushing OK on Outside but Dangerous on Inside more day (not golfing, how- \ i / i i \ / S-QC\\M t~\l HI ever) and decide tony home WHY t?KUW VJLU/ and be miserable here. Sh« talked B31, in between chills and teeth chattering, to stay put and enjoy the balance' o( the time they had gaily planned. He returned 'Monday -- we hope with a solid week of good golf on his side of the scorecard. The Kinleys incidentally. . have been on tenterhooks of another kind. Son, Bill, up at Mento, decided, if he By JOSEPHINE LOWMAV and you are an expert. A person can hurry in If you live a busy, corn- many different ways. You plicated life, you are almost can hurry while runnm; sure to fall into this trap around or walking fast, and unless you give thought to you can hurry when sitting avoiding it. Walk as fast as you wish, but be relaxed on the inside. I know from experience that the tendecy is down. 1 think that the sitting down kind is the worst. I believe this because it is the feeling of rush, rather ,, -- . to fee! tense when under could, he'd sjgn up for Navy ^j, t h e ^5^ v.hj c h joe S pressure, but it doesn't get Candidate School. At last Deports, all the papers had · not'been completed so they still didn't know. the damage. If you can feel rushed when sitting down you will always feel rushed, you there any faster, nor in better condition. A f t e r many interviews with famous persons, and after observing and talking with many folks who are successful in their daily lives, I have come to the conclusion that this is one of their secrets. They can do what they do and still be as fresh as a daisy because they have Iiamed to work ia a relaxed manner. They do not stew and fret one and know that they will, not get to their destination any sooner by tensing up. They do not fret and stew when they have an unexpectedly long wait in a doctor's office or when waiting for a late luncheon date. They just drift! JL\KE MONEY any time because they missed a train through Classified ads! Sell or a bus. They take the next no-Ioager-used items for cash. SPECIAL! Silt IT roruut C t M i N B WIGS Jnl ami J BUY DIRECT FROM IMPORTER Because 4*u larry'i imperil fcit ewa wijt Item ofl +H« M B O - mVtrt «f Eurcp*. t« to* eHtr yen tfits. sx ·JQSO And th« Bert . .. R« 9 . 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San Leandro. wore a gown of white satin lace and carried a bocquet of white orchids. * She was attended by J» ' ann'e Commons, maid of ' honor. Too Brown was best man for the bridegroom, son 'of the Martin Ray Smiths of Long Beach. I NEW Mrs. Smith is "arralumna of Wilson High "ind Long Beach City Col,' fege where she was a mem- bcr of Theta sorority. The bridegroom attended Milli- "kari High. 'following a honeymoon "iji Pata Springs, the newly- ,wfds will make their home in Long Beich. Turkey Almondine j are a perfect ad^_ to leftover I n r k e y · d i s h e s that are generally , mild-flavored and soft-tex -. tured. Generously sprinkle : tb* tops of the dishes with roasted d i c e d or toa«e slivered a l m o n d s , or add whote toasted blanched al,. monds to creamed turkey and roll in pancakes or *poon over waffles. THE SLEEVELESS SUIT: Bare armcj or u caring a poet blouse the new spring suit initijtcs the longer jatlrt' wall a subtle fit. Simply uiloccj bjr tlljuorth in cane textured H}orC FuIIr lincJ. Junior si^cs *-\\. 35.95 A. Raspbeiry or rury with white polyester crepe blouse, D. Blue or go!J tweed with' polyester crepe blouse. Young Californua Suitl DOWNTOWN · PINE AT BROADWAY · HE 6-9841 '·MONDAY AND FRIDAY OTHER DAYS 9:30- 5:30|

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