Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 50
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 50

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1960
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; "W-4--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELESRAM .IONO IIACH 13, c»ur., IUNDAT, MNiMur ji, i»j» TH/S CAR FOR SALE BY JUNIOR LEAGUE ]f you need anything, including car, you'll find it Saturday at Municipal Auditorium when Junior League of Long Beach stages its eighth annual gigantic rummage sale. Mrs. Bruce Mitchell and daughter, Kathy (left), assisted by Mrs. Thomas Kiddie pack few of thousands of items which will be offered for sale. Mrs. Mitchell is chairman. Hours are 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. FURS. FOR SALE BY LEAGUERS Want fur coat? Fur neckpiece? Cloth coat? Hurry down Saturday to Municipal Auditorium and take your pick, for there will be many on sale during rummage sale by Junior Leugue of Long Beach. Kalhy Looman looks on as league members, Mrs. Fey Looman, Richard Blanchard and Wilbur Ingram m o d e l some of merchandise which will be on sale.--(Staff Photos by Joe Risinger.) Golden Age Club Golden Age Club will a business session Thurs- meet for noon luncheon and day in Linden Hall. Nautical Sheath Styled in iparlclmg w n i f o A r n e I j h a r k s k i n . . , lleeveleit i heath with V. eul neckline . . . Bulky- Icnif Orlnn navy cardigan hai detachable c o l l a r . . . Sheath ond s w e a t e r share g o y tricolor g ribbon frim. Miis 1 0 - 2 0 . L,orqe S e l e c t i o n of SWEATER DRESSES Drip d r y c o t t o n s . Sheathi or full stirU. If p r i n t i. plaids, e r p c k j, itripes and solidi. Oar of the fln^if s e l e c t i o n i in So. r / California, / ·; t 25.95 All Iff Remodeling Sale Sale Continues Merchandise ] /2 PRICE ill, Fall, Winter and Early Spring DRESSES · SWEATERS · BLOUSES SKIRTS · CAPR1S Sale continues until all winter merchandise has been sold -- regardless of our loss. All merchandise from regular stock. ^ridi'uni L/Uoofi .) 11 4129 Long Beach Blvd. Phone GA 7-0997 (Iml JDK* o/ rrtRE HOURS: Diilv »:30 lo S:M- FRIDAY, »:M lo 5:W Beta Sigma Phi Events ' Long Beach Area Council of Beta Sinnia Phi has scheduled t h e f o l l o w i n g meetings for February: GAMMA RHO-- \Vill meel At tionie of Mr*. Richard Davis, 5930 Plmenta Ave, Prooram presented by Mn. Don Yeo, "Verse Making," Feb. 2. KAPPI PSI--Meetlno Is to be Feb. 2, In the home of Margaret Scedborg, 436) Pataluma Ave. Prooram will ba "J-rorn Books of Happiness. PSI F.TA--Will meet «t home of Ann Cranston, 6022 S. Redman Ave., Whittier. Program to be presented will be "Kxpress Yourself" and "Let's Match Wits." Feb. 3. RHO DCl.TA-Members will meet At home of imooine Vought, 7401 Roswelt Ave. Protiram K to be given bv Mar- oaret Hftskett "Let's Malcn Wits." IOTA UPSIl ON--Mcctinu Feb. 3 M home of Joyce Dressing, 6819 Stearns St. Program given by Fay Summers: "Music tnlo Drama and Dance." PHI ALPHA UPSILON--Will meet Feb. 4 at home of Carol Nicholson, 3613 Ocana Ave, Program given 5V Vickie O'Donnrll, "Am I » Practical Person'" X I--Will meet Feb. 6 at home nf Mrs. Leonard Kavnn, 5502 I'iments Ave., Lakcwood. A book review Is lo be given bv Mrs. Alex Hnnscn. XI ALPHA KAPPA--Will meet Feb. 10 at Maroe Coleman home, 77(1 Havana AVC. Helen Moore will present nrnoram, "History and People of Nevada." UPSILON PI--Meeting Feb. 11 flt home of Barbara Moke, 2431 San Anseline Ave. Stephanie Bryant will present the program, "Drama." Chapter's Valentine dinner dance will be Feb. 13. SIGMA BETA--Will meet Feb. II, at home ol Ethel Wampler, 24B2 Elm Ave. Program will be given bv Enopnla Waiden and Marilyn Arbenz: "Litera- LAMBDA " B E T A -- B o x social for members and husbands Fen. 13, at home of Mr. and Mrs Carl Grell, 5834 E. Ypartina St., Lakcwod. BETA FTA--Medina will be Fob 11, at home of Joann Rayhill, 3303 Eckelson Ave. To Attend State Meet Mrs. Maeser W i l s o n , president of Los Cerritos District, CFWC, will attend the federation's state board meeting Tuesday through Thursday in Fresno. Other officers attending from Long Beach will be Mrs. Icy High, citizenship chairman, and Mrs. Frederick H. Mitchell, veterans affairs. Plans will be announced for the state convention May 9 through., 12 at the Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. M i t c h e l l - a r e on. the conclave committee. Meeting Monday Kmilv R. Jewell Tent 15, Daughters of Union Veterans, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Veterans Bldg., led by Kaatye Cook. To Take Part in Nationwide FDR Tribute Dr. James F. Ragland, assistant professor of history at Long Beach State College, will pay tribute to Franklin D. Roosevelt when he speaks at the Democratic Women's S t u d y Club's noon m e e t i n g Wednesday. The affair, lo be conducted in the Pageant Room, Wilton Hotel, is part of nationwide memorial birthday celebrations this week in honor of the late President, according to Mary C. Rene, speakers' chairman. Dr. Ragland is an expert in this field. After obtaining his doctor's degree at Stanford he was given a grant by the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia to make a special study of Roosevelt. He plans to write a four-volume biography of FDR. During his research he was entertained at Hyde Park by Eleanor Roosevelt. * * * * M R S . T H O M A S F. CROCKER, president, will conduct .the business and study hour which will convene at 10 a.m. Reports will be given on t h e ' R e - gional Issues Conference conducted in Los Angeles last week. Members who attended were Mmes. Ethel Reid, A. N. Tilston, Irving Havens, A. O. Tetrick and Gayle Meeker. They will summarize conference topics on: Agriculture, Human Rights, I n f l a t i o n , O u r Atomic Future, U. S. Policy and Underdeveloped Nations, and Water and Power. R e s e r v a t i o n s f o r the luncheon may be made with Miss Marjorie Dougherty, 7)0 Los Altos Ave., or Mrs. Ethel Reid, 1042 E. Broadway. OES to Honor Grace Hoffman Grace M. Hoffman, past grand matron of the state of California, will become an honorary member of El Petrol Chapter 507, Order of Eastern Star, in a formal ceremony Monday at 8 p.m at Alia Loma Temple, Burnett St. and Orange Ave. Worthy m a t r o n s and worthy patrons of 1958 will be guests. Visiting members are invited to allenri. This Krusi Report Alpha Gams Will Wee/ Was Distaff Angle (Continued from Page W-l) , skills in weaving and fine Italian embroidery. * * * :* AS SHE LOOKS back on a full civic life In each of the cities she^has' lived she says, "I've reached the stage in life where I look forward to getting settled in our home, doing some gardening and being occupied with our grandchildren. "I also want' to lake lessons in water colors' I feel if you want to do something badly enough you will take time to learn, and while I'm not sure I have talent, I certainly have enthusiasm." Her husband arrived in Long Beach in November to begin his chamber duties, and was joined here earlier this month by his -wife who arrived via F a l l b r o o k , Calif., where she was on hand for the birth of a second daughter to their Marine Corps lieutenant son, George, and his wife, Ava. The young Kruszes also have a 20-month-old daughter. Being the wife of a Chamber of Commerce executive has given Mrs. Krusz a refreshing depth and wisdom which might well be emulated by any executive's wife. Looking quite serious, Mrs. Ruth Kunzer Tea Monday for Pioneer Membership In honor of all new members who have joinet.' Chai Chapter, Pioneer Women, since beginning of this season, an installation of new members and presentation of awards for their sponsors will high light a "Watch Us Grow"-themed tea Monday at 1 p.m. at the Lafayette Hotel. Mrs. Ruth Kunzer, national director of West Coast Area, Pioneer Women, will conduct the cere- m o n i e s . Previously she served as Mid-East representative for English and South African newspapers, attached to government offices in Jerusalem, and was information officer for the Israeli consulate in New York. In addition to conducting the installation she will explain the varied and important work done by Pioneer Women in cooperation with its sister organization, t h e M o e t z e t H a p a l o t (Working Women's Council) in Israel. The public is invited. Lunch Saturday Orange County - Long Beach Electa Assn. will meet for a noon luncheon Saturday at Hody's Lake 1 wood. Marie Winter, 2547 Ladoga Ave., says reservations nre being taken by Irene Boyer. "FABULOUS SIXTY" . . . the coiflure that's young ns tho new year . . , and as fnshionablo , . . r«solva now to trent your tresses to the prettiest year you've ever had. $OOO Shampoo SOQO Haircut « Sets O Cold.Waves from S10.00 n . . . our-Fabulous E i x l y stylos aro cuslom dnsionod with you in mind by masicr hair stylists. BEAUTY SALONS DOWNTOWN UTE.fllhSI, HE 6-2059 BIXBY KNOLLS 3934 Atlinlle GA 4-8377 ^ Parking gt_Bftin OurSalon* she said, "Harry says when he asks others, to work on civic- projects he hates to 1 have them say no,. so I don't feel I can say no either. "But," she said in'tem- pering her remark, "a wife must be .careful not to usurp her husband's duties or go beyond What is' necessary in community participation. * * * * "OVER the years I have met the wives who. won't go anywhere with their husbands, and worse still, the one who is present on all occasions. "She usually is so anxious for her husband to succeed she wants to help him answer questions and present'ideas. She never has realized that HE was hired .for the job because of HIS ability, and if she will just have the same confidence in him that his employer has, he can succeed more readily." As enthusiastic about C of C work as her husband, she is both reflective and anticipatory as she says, "Rewards, in this work come in many ways. You may not acquire the fanciest or most elaborate silver in the world, but the pieces you do have will be engraved with the words, 'in appreciation to . . . " or 'in gratitude from . . .' "The real reward, however, comes in knowing that your husabnd is making a real contribution to his community and to the world." 5/y/e Show Set Feb. 10 "Portrait of Spring" will be theme of the St. Cornelius School room mothers annual fashion show at 8 p.m. Feb. 10 in St. Maria Goretti Parish Hall. Always a sellout, the annual show of styles from Long Beach shops, is being arranged by Mrs. Donald Hughes, r o o m mother chairman. Others on the committee are M m e s . Thomas Koniadina and J. M. Keeler, door awards: Mmes. S. Burgad and James Potter, decorations; Mrs. H. M. Richardson, program, and Mmes. John McMonegal and Fred Rucci, refreshments. Tickets are available with Mrs. Sam Tomich, ticket chairman, or any room mother. Long Beach A l u m n a e Club of Alpha Gamma Delta will meet for dessert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of . Miss Ella Payne, 1007 E. Carson St., with Mrs. Robert Rude and Miss Clara Jakes assisting. Mrs. George Cadwallader will preside during a brief business session at which time a straw ballot will be taken for selection of new officers. * * # * FOLLOWING, Miss Jakes will tell of her experiences as a missionary teacher fv the Methodist Church. Miss Jakes served . as principal in mountaineer and Negro schools in the deep south for many years. Now retired, she ended her teaching career at Frances De Pauw School in Los Angeles. Another February event for Alpha Gams will be their annual sweetheart dinner dance Feb. 13 at University Club. Hosting the party will be Mr. and Mrs. George Cadwallader. All Alpha Gams in the area are Invited to both · events and may make reservations with Mrs. Donald Potter, 2332 Rutgers Ave. . · FASHIONS for thi gal who is 5'T" or taller Ccmpltti Appirtl lor fill Womtn * LOMIR UKfllH if L O » B E R ILEEVII it LOKBEB WAIITED Taller Girl OPEN FBI. NITES TILL 9 P.M. -- LONG BEACH -- 150 Long Btteh Blvd. Ph. HE 6.1690 -- HUNTINGTON P A R K -2310 E. Ga*c LU 1-6417 -- I N G L E W O O D -333 S. Marled SL OR 8-2053 =g 333 J- t ' · * Till · T«ll · T«ll · Till · Remember Your Valentine · WITH TATE-WIER 4426 Atlantic -- Bixby Knolls -- GA 3-2939 Id our biehlv O J staff of itiitruclors direct your efforts Inward a more rewarding lije 'ilma U\ISHIM: * d30 H. OCEAN BLVD. Mattl PH. HE 2-4511 sale... natural emba* mink stoles and capes,, » I in lovely cerulean, autumn haze, argenta, $495 natural mink capes and stoles {j in fashion shades, $350 0 i O / LOCK WOOD , . established in long beach 43 years *amba trada niark seven eleven pine avenue · long II beach he 7-6750

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