Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 51
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MOLLY MAYFIELD f^SePENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM--W-5 IQNO HACK 11, C/U., IUNOAY. JANUMY 31, l»t Matron Model Airs. Joaiin R)'Jti of Lakewood Dreams do come true! Just one week alter r e c e i v i n g my LORETTA YOUNG 'WAY MODELING diploma, I was sent on a modeling assignment. 1 am so happy about the experience 1 would like to tell my friends about the LORIiTTA YOUNG WAY STUDIOS OF SELF- 1MPROVKMKNT AND MODELING and especially M a i i m i c J-'ntsythe who has asked me to invite you to the studio neatest you for ^ free modeling analysis. Oil GA -i-sr.91 for Reservations for "Salute to Spring" Mother Daughter .Fashion Show, Lakewood Country Cluh, Sat., March 19. Dnor Prizes 1st, Modeling Course; 2nd, Self-Improvement Course; 3rd, Max Factor Makeup Analysis and Cosmetics. Marjorie forsythe presents I LORETTA YOUNG U'.1j 4262 ATLANTIC AYE. Phone GA 4-8691 A \ Get several pair "'. " 5 \ for the original ?, \ , \ \ price of one! \\ $9.98 lo $14.98 French Room Shoes 99 casual*, $1 99 . now only .. JL The Cruel Party Guest MILITARY WEDDING Lt. Amede.F. Claus of Royal Belgian Navy and his bride, former Frances Tapley, of Lakewood, leave Terminal Island Naval Chapel beneath honor guard of crossed swords following much publicized marriage ceremony Jan. 23. Pair will reside in Ostende, Belgium. New Mrs. Claus is daughter of Naval Lt. and Mrs. E. C. Everett, and was active at Lakewood High School. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Claus of Melle, Belgium, is grad- · uate of Royal Military Academy of Brussels. Meeting Tuesday - Widows Club of United Spanish . War V e t e r a n s rrieets at noon Tuesday in Linden Hall. WCC Program Will Feature Words, Music A balanced program of words and music is planned for Woman's City Club Friday when the group meets at 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium, 1309 E. 3rd St. Mrs. Lucille E. Swenson, president, will open the meeting following an organ prelude by Mrs. Kathryn Lan;;don. Sharing program honors will be Judge Roberta Butzbach and lyric soprano Floradelle Kimber. JUDGE BUTZBACH will present a new view of general conditions in a talk entitled, "What's RIGHT With the World." The speaker presides over the Municipal Court of Los Cem'tos Judicial District. She received her BA degree at UCLA, completing law studies at UC, Berkeley. Mrs. Kimber has done extensive work in radio and television, and is a featured soloist in orato-" rios given by the Los Angeles Federation of Church Choirs. Her accompanist is Paula Drcrup of New York City. Noon luncheon will be served by Mrs. Grace M. Jameson and members of Group 1. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Sam Landswnrth. With prices hiHing this final low, you can save nave, save . . . while refreshing your vardrohe with a shoe for every outfit! Still avail.ihle, choice · leathers, styles, colors ... most size.*, hut hurry! 5010 T.AKEWOOO BLVD.. OPPOSITE THE MAV CO. .1 LAKEWOOD CENTER . DEAR MOLLY: I had friends over last Saturday night and really treated them swell. F u r - nished them drinks, homemade cookies, cake, and other good food. After they had gone, 1 made a few discoveries. My best ash tray was behind the couch, broken into bits. Coke highballs had been poured over the hall wall. Out of eight of my coaster covers, two are missing. A soft drink was poured into the drawer over my good silver. I'm pretty sure I know who was responsible--one very immature woman who collected the dishes. She's a very spiteful .person and has s p o i l e d my annual party. I can't have the other guests at another without her, can I, and I certainly don't intend to have her! Hope she sees this. E.J.W. DEAR E.J.W.: Steady there! Aren't YOU being a bit spiteful to accuse one person when you really aren't sure of her guilt? Find that out first. Don't hesitate to ask some of I he other guests. Then, if you find she is the guilty one, give another party right away -- and don't ask her. That ought to get your point across. But, 1 urge you, be sure of your facts. M.M. * * * * DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: Have you any good ideas about how to punish a boy friend who stands you up on a date? My special hoy friend got a snazzy sports car for his birthday and he promised to come by and take me for a ride, it being a warm day and we could go with the top down. So I put on my brightest sweater and scarf and waited over an hour for him. But no show. I hear he took another girl, whom I don't think much of, for a ride instead of me. 1 want to make him suffer. How? SORE 17 DEAR SORE 17: Some boys might suggest tying a string of tin cans Oswald Jacoby South Wins by Good Use of Trumps South's four spade bid was bad indeed as Terence Rnose poinls out. With only a five-card suit and a side king he should have let his partner play three no- NORTH CD) 30 A A 2 T A53 4 A K 7 4 + A 9 6 5 WEST EAST 4 7 6 3 A K 8 4 V K . I 9 2 V Q 1 0 4 Q 105 + . 1 8 0 2 + 1084 + Q J 7 3 SOUTH A Q J 1 0 9 5 V S 7 G 4 4 0 3 + K 2 North and South vulnerable /North East South West 1 4 Pass 1 A Pass 3 N.T. "Pass 4 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead--A 7 trump but South wanted to play the hand himself and his play was excellent indeed. He decided that .West's trump lead marked East with the king and that an unusual trump play would be necessary if he wanted to collect 10 tricks. * * * * HE COUNTED five tricks outside the trump suit and proceeded to make five trump tricks as follows: He rose with dummy's ace of trumps, led a club to his king and a second club back to the ace. Then he ruffed a third club, played a diamond to dummy's ace and ruffed dummy's last club while East discarded a diamond. Next he led a diamond to dummy's king, ruffed a third diamond, led a heart to dummy's ace and played dummy's last diamond. At (his point South had nine tricks home ,ind .was down In (ho sinplptnn rjwpn of trumps. He had to make it since it did not manor what East, did because South played after him. to the rear of his car. And others, I am sure, would w a n t to siphon off the gasoline or put a smoke bomb in his engine. But you're n young lady. So I suppose the only thing for you to do Is to draw big p 1 c t u r e s of broken hearts In soap on hli windshield and sign your name. When he fuially comes calling, as 'he will, gather the two worst brats in the neighborhood to go riding with you. Their names, of course, will be "Stand" and "Up." M.M. 353 tast ocean blvd. HE 6-4778 19 )cars wine location SHOP BRIDESMAID COCKTAIL MOTHER-OF-THE-BRIDE ACCESSORIES I SPECIAL ATTENTIOK TO OROiNIZATIOHAL GROUP! 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