Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 26
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 26

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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ATHENIANS JO PICNIC . . . · . Members of Downtown Optl-Mrs. sponsored Athenian Girls' Clubs at six Long Beach Junior High Schools will go by chartered bus next Saturday to Irvine Park for their annual picnic. Among those taking part will be (foreground) Sue Bowman, Washington Junior High, and Martha Envln of Llndberg. Back row, , left to right, Donna Carter, Hoover; Snndy Wolzeskl, Jefferson; Carole Mitchell, i Stephens and Lilly Grenz, Franklin, Aim of Athenian Clubs is "Working for ' School, Home and Community." . Tells Effect of Music on Religion The effect which music has upon the mind and Its Influence In worship largely due to the association of certain melodies with moral and rcllc.lou* Ideas was the hnsls of the subject "Let Us Sine Unto the Lord," relating to psalmody, hymnody nnd ongs of pralie, given by Mrs. Wilbur R. Klmball for the Woman's Music Club Church Music Section Wednesday forenoon In Ebell Clubhouse, The orlclnal chances In the nervlcei of the narly Protestant church, she said, were few, historically speaking, the most slg. rlflcant belnz congregational Klnclng embodying, the* rellglou.i ·plrlt of the as! tihlnc place of clerical chants song* by trained choirs. Th"5e songs of the people net for'. 1 ! the rell clous doctrines and beliefs and became a spiritual force In their dully lives and remain today an uplifting and necessary factor . In the world of church music, The speaker also mentioned Inspirational Incident! In the lives of various song writers nnd composers, and a number of well-known and loved hymns were sun: by tho audience led by Mn, Eugene Tlncher, assisted by Mn. Kills Slack at the jilano. The meeting closed with a solo performance by Mrs. Tlncher of the "Old Rugged Cross," Which has the distinction of having universal acclaim as the world's most popular Protestant »one. ' This program m a r k e d the close of the,ycar's subject, "Five Thousand Yeari of Religious Music" arranged by Mrs. Arthur K. Bonzei*. chairman, who prc aided nt the meeting. Jsnciaentalf y. B r Star Daih Pair Journeys East for Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Antlnk of 6414 E, Willow have recently returned from Oak Park, 111,, where they witnessed the marriage nf their (·ramldnuchlcr. lluth Ellen Keller, to Daniel Charles Trlnkaus In evening nervlces at Memorial Chapel of Pilgrim Congregational Church, The local pair was host to the bridal party and Immediate fam lly member! following the wed fling rehearsal the evening be fore. . . , ; . . The bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Henry W. Keller of Oak Park. Her husband Is the »on of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Trlnkaus of Chicago. They will reside In San Antonio, Tex., where the bridegroom Is »ta Honed with the Army at Ft. Sam Houston. SAILOR'S HORNPIPE-- The Howard Conrads are aboard tile Matsonla which pulls Into Los Angeles harbor next Wcdnes- dny . . . and Sadie Mnrtlneau, after a transatlantic trip on the Queen Mary, Is touring France, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Holland and England. While all the geographic wonders will thrill her, so will homo sapiens In the persons of her daughter, Rose Marie and son-ln-lnw, Perry Carter, whom she will .visit for eight weeks In Frankfurt. THREE R'S-Proud? The Mark Keatlngs are Just that. Daughter Nancy has been elected to Trolls, sophomore women'* honorary at UCLA. . . . School's out Friday today for Bur.ny Cavallere. Those who wonder' how come, since the old school bell's still tolling In Long Beach, be ye now Informed that Bunny attends Marywood School for Glrln In Anaheim. Graduation tonight calls for « wonderful prom with a stardunt theme and an irfter-prom party In the Dominic Cavallcre's home on E. 1st St. . Bunny's class of 40, plln Putzy Wavcll, will gathor In the patio which will be softly lighted by candles reflecting the glow of other candles floating In the pool. Tho Clifford Wavells will assist. . . FAIR LADY LUCK-- Wlth*'My Fair Lady" packing them In at the Philharmonic like the proverbial nardlnes, trying to obtain tickets requires resourcefulness, patience, Ingenuity nnd gumption. Such worthy attributes describe Bea-nnd Mai Johndon, and Marlon and Ralph Grnssl, friends from Garden Grove. They saw It last night and are humming It todny. DADDY-r 3-- Now that was the finest of Idenc that some Ebell Junior · had the other night, Invited the duds-to-be as well a« tho , · ) to a stork shower. Honoring the expected heir due to arrive In the home of Dottle and Jack Cook, Juniors ami spouses Georgia and Guy Martin, Nancy and Chuck LeMeneager, Flora and Bill Wagoner, Betty and Bill Seal, Val and 5am Kautz, Joan end Dallas Mornn and Mary and Bruce Johnston hied themselves to Beverly and Hsnk Logan's Baltic Ave. home abend of the Cooks In time to yelp "Surprise" as they come up the walk. WE,THE **** ' ' ' B-2--INDEPENDENT iMth, Ulf* fit. Council Sets Conclave A talk mid demonstration by Battalion Chief William Fox of Inglewood Fire Department anlsted by Capt. KIrhard Pfelffer will highlight tho first annual convention of thn Lot Angeles County Council of Women on Monday at 8 ISO a.m. at Immanuel Preibyterlan Church, 3300 WlUhlre Blvd, Lot An- gnlen. 1'resented by Safety Chairman Mm. llnrry K. Wll- lit" of Lou Angeles, hli topic will be "Table Top Demon- atartlun on Home Stiffly." ' ;riKllilic« will be extended by Supervisor John Annan Ford. Other feature* on the program will he a talk by Jnhn Bnlrd, "Here Come* Beethoven," and ft dlsrusslon, "He- ·ulU of Diet Kadi" by Mn. Viola KUMell. Juit H year old, the Council waa organized f*r the purpone nf furthering worthwhile proj- ecu In Los Angelei County. _ In Inviting the public to attend, Mm. Dick B. Jarksnn, president, Mid, "We welrome you to our tint Ln* Angelr* County Counrll of Women convention. The prigre«i of our first year will be reviewed and from our counclllng to- irether wo will gain Implra- tlon to ro forward In the coming yeara to «en r e our rom« tnunltlea and county better." To Assembly Delegates from Del Mar Rebekah Lodge No. 275 will leave lunday to attend the 68th annual session of the Rcbckah As- embly, 1OOF of California to e held May .20-23 at Fresno, "hose planning to attend are \Imcs. Myrtle Galloway,. Ivy Irndshnw, Lorraine Ely, Irene 'lerce, Nellie Gibson and Lorna toberfion. · I Gold Star Group Enjoys Social . Member* 'of Long Beach Chapter, American Gold Star Mother* Inc., recently enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mr*. Francis E. Hudson, at their Yucca Valley home for a social afternoon. Forty-four mcmbeti, Including 10 "Gold Star Dads" attended. Executive,board m e m b e r s were the recent guest* of Mn. Martin Gelszler of Los Angeles. A brief business sesilon followed luncheon, open monday and ·· friday 9:30 to 9:00 for longar, stronger ' fingernails . . . . ProteiNail 4-01. 1.00 8-ox. 1.50 ptle»l plui ftd. t« Makes lh« nails diamond hard! Masiagi II Into your nails and cuticle. Watch your nails grovr . . , D I A M O N D HARD. See (hi hangnalli dli- appear, F · · I y o u r i o f I, smooth cutlcl*. COSMETICS WALKER'S STREET ROOR ; Don't Neglect Yourself... A SLENDER FIGURE . is your most priceless possession Many ov«rwtlght women agrn th«y would Ilka to be fashion model slim . . . . but admit th«y lack the willpower to reduce... It's such »n effort they say. So, they "put-off" regaining a more iltndtr figure whlli they continue to "put on t xtra weight. Don't n«glrct yours«lf anothir day. If you really want a lo»tlle i mort «lend«r figure ... If you want to b* curvaceous ... not shapeless . . . start NO to trim thoM hard to Ion Inches from your hips, thighs, tummy and legs with th« STAUFFER HOME PLAI. df la»y eierei i and caloric reduction. You'll know then why thoufands of women «nJ°JL u »!|PJ?^__ the completely relaxing STAUFFER HOME REDUCING PLAN. MBNT IT FOR A MONTH ·uy tt for 30 · d.y F«£ED£MDKJTRATION.*i..nw. MM. N. CALL GA 3-4944 tf nttt iiAurni HOMI PUN ., IM *-»»i« i. f»m. 1 MAIL THIt COUPOM . lUUFfU HOMI PUN I 3t47 wmkif. 11*4., I IM «·»!» 1. C.I.I, I FIIIM Hit PM Mil KUtf "IiiMtrin «i«iiii" mtr to Mil HOMI BIMONItMIION. D.,l, L 1-17 Citf_ See us on Richfie.d's famed "Success Story" KTTV Channel I l-Fridqy, May 17-7 P.M. StauHtr Syif«m -- Sfou/rer Home Ktduclny Plan Miss Boudreaux : Promises to Wed i Mr. and*Mr». Charles P. Bondreaux, 1425 Xlmono Ave., have announced the engagement of their daughter. Laurie Lxnilictte, In Krr-dclrck William Plack, son nr Mr. and Mm. Martin C. Plack of Fomt Hills. Pa. The, H W i l s o n ftlumna, attended Lnnc Reach City and State eolleRes. Her fl finm received hli education In Wllklnsburg, Pa. A wedding date has not yet been set by the young couple. 7-4MI ".'.. Wonderful anywhere-- our new Calypso Hats! It's Calypso--new excitement in hah for itreetwear, or trie beach, at resorts, in sports cars and convertibles! Goy Tuscan straws with cotton crown and scarf in . stirring Calypso colors of red, turquoise, black, · " pink, white or natural. Terrific at ... 3.98 uffiimS' repeats the Station Wagon Casual now in two wonderful fabrics! More of these smart, easy living casuals--now in two wonderful versions--plain or striped. You'll love their crisp, clean cut lines .'. . their easy air ' of effortless distinction. Beautifully made in Don River's fine chambray denim or striped poplin with contrast^ stitching .and stirrup buckled belt . . . and every seam is finished. Completely washable in: blue, yellow, aqua, brown. Sizes 10 to 20, !2'/ 2 to 20'/ 2 , 40 to 44. A find ar 10.95 BuffumV Budgtt Millinery, Second Floor · ' luffiims' Store Hwint 9:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Frldcryt: 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Buffumt' Sun Ch«rm Sporhwtar, Second Floor Long Beach · Santa Ana ,

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