Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 53
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mm in the Long Beach Area Sutan-Window Shopping jy j ' ArQ Nof Neec/eC/ SNYDERKNIT of California fashions boucle knit with · . nylon ribbon inlay into hand-loomed knit costume .versatile enough for streetwear, resort or evening. Matching satin bow defines high-rise waistline; peeks out becomingly when sheath is worn with own matching jacket. Sized from 8 to 46 and 12VS to 46 /·, costumes can be chosen from eight fashion colors. For the name of the store showing this stvle, phone Susan at HEmloch 5-1161, Ext. 249, /rout 9 a.m. to 5 ; p. m. Monday through Friday, or write Susan, Dept. A, Independent, Press-Telegram, enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Concert Preview Lauded (Continued from Page W-l) form. He Is one of the last composers you will discover in your musical pilgrimage through life, but xnce you find him you will have a staunch, loyal, de- .voted, intelligent friend \vlio never will let you ; Superfluous Hair Scientifically and Permanently Removed Laura Scott Frjes, R. E. Member of Electrologist . Association of California HE 6-9841 BEAUTY STUDIO Consultation without charg* BuffuniS' down." Completing tonight's program will be the Handel- Harty "Water Music Suite." Written about 1714, the music originally consisted of 25 pieces composed by Handel to restore himself in the good graces of George I of England. * * * * LATER Hamilton Harty. arranged six of the pieces for the modern symphony. "You need hear only about four chords to know this is Handel's music," said Lee. "I often play it in organ concerts. It is so exquisitely beautiful that you want to say, "Thank God there is such an artist!" The preview was sponsored by Long Beach Symphony Guild and Junior League of Long Beach. Mrs. Dean G i l m o r e , program chairman, introduced the speaker. PRE-GRAND OPENING Weight. 21 Bibs. 146lbs. Bust ....46" 37" ...fit c o w . T f l c o A s T I 2228 ATLANTIC 6A 7-9213 3925 E. ANAHEIM 6E 3-9017 By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: This is for "Got Even" who resented h e r husband's respecting the memory of his deceased wife. Four years ago 1 married a fine widower with a 9- y e a r - o l d d a u g h t e r w h o s e mother died at her birth. On Mother's Day, Christ- m a s a n d special occa- s i on s m y h u s b a n d ABBY placed a wreath of [lowers on her grave. Last Valentine's Day he- was out of town. He wired me flowers, but -there was no one to place flowers on his dead wife's grave. No one except Ruthie (my step daughter) and I. On his return, Ruthie related the events of interest during his absence. She ended with: "... and Mommie put a red heart of roses on Mother's grave." The look of tenderness my husband gave me was worth a king's ransom. 1 knew then and there that should I die, there would always be flowers on my grave. In the words of a famous writer: "I beg of you, do not forget me When the phenomenon of death visits me. Oh keep my memory alive, For if you forget me, only then Will I have surely died." Leah DEAR ABBY: I am 15 years old and am no more boy crazy than any other girl my age. My complaint is that no -matter what happens my mother says, "Get your mind off the boys for two minutes." I lost my gym suit and my mother said. "If you didn't have your mind on the boys you wouldn't have lost it!" 1 was at my girl friend's house and we got to talking and 1 was late getting home by only 15 minutes. She blamed it on "the boys" again. If my grades slip a little she says it's because I'm thinking about boys. How can 1 get my mother out of this bad habit? NOT BOY-CRAZY. DEAR N. B. C.: Y o u r mother doesn't have a "bad habit" -- she has a good memory. * * *- * DEAR ABBY: I ha ve a neighbor who asks me to pick up items for her at the store w h e n I go grocery shopping. She never seems to have the right change when 1 bring over the item. It doesn't amount to much each time, but I don't have so much money that I can forget it. How can I keep from getting stuck in the future? 1 don't want to hurl her feelings because I do love this little woman. TIMID. DEAR TIMID: When unpaid debts start piling up, "love" usually fades -- but money stays green forever. Ask her for what she owes you, and don't be shy. C O N F I D E N T I A L TO Nursery School Groups Set for Annual Education Week With proclamation of this week as Nursery. Education Week by Mayor Raymond C. Kealer, parent-participation nursery school groups swing into action to acquaint people of this city with the enriching rewards of such a pre-school program. In addition to open houses slated during the week at each of the 24 schools in the program, the Los Altos Mall will be set up Tuesday through Saturday for parents and th«.ir children who now are enrolled in nursery schools to conduct a "living exhibit" of what the program entails. * » + * THE PUBLIC is invited to take pre-schoolers, over 2 years and 9 months of age, to join in the fun. Easels, play dough, and other play equipment will be provided for their enjoyment. Long Beach Recreation Dept. is assisting in setting up the exhibit and also has been instrumental in obtaining playground facilities for each of the nursery coops in operation. Billboards, branch library posters and radio and TV spot announcements will help remind Long Beach residents of the program. Information on enrolling youngsters in one of these Long Beach City College affiliated schools may he obtained from Mrs. Everett E. Dernier or Mrs. Garver Light. Look Who's Dancing . . . Calendar for parties at Call's Fine Arts Center, 3720 Long Beach Blvd. Feb. 1 5:00 First Season Gold Medalists. 5:00 Second Season Silver Medalists. (Annex. 6:15 Sophomore Top Hatters, "Satellite Swirl," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. Carlos V. West; chairman, Mrs. Frederick E. Shnler. 8:00 Junior Too Hatters, "Space Ship Twirl," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. F. J. Askeu; chairman, Mrs. Harrv W. Jordan. Feb. 2 4:30 Freshman Dons and Debs of Lakewood Village, "Stellile Swirl," parly dress Patronesses, Mmcs. Nolcn Porker, John Donegan; chalrman, Mrs. Aooer Kander. 6:15 SODhomore Dons and Debs of Lakewood VII lane, "Slar Spin," party dress. Palroness, Mrs. 0. M. Stoewer; chairman, Mrs. Earl D. Jones. 8:00 Junior Dons and Debs, "Satellite Swirl," party dress. Patroness, Mn. D. Ray H Dwell; chalrmani Mrs. Blake B. McCann. Feb. 3 4:30 Freshman Dons and Debs of North Long Beach, "Rocket Hop," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. R. L. Slevers; chairman, Mrs. John B. Roach. 6:15 Sophomore Dons and Debs of North Long Bench, "Count Down Drag," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. Bruce A, Kunkel; chairman, Mrs, C. M Templeton. 8:00 Junior Dons and Debs of North Long Beach, "Rocket Rock," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. Archie Amos. Feb. A 4;30 Freshman Beaux and Belles, "Out of This World," oarty dress. Patroness, Mrs. Robert Barret); chairman, Mrs. Ed Heavener. 6:15 Scohomorc Beaux and Belles, "Satellite Swirl," party dress. Patronesses, Mmcs. H o m e r Mason, Robert Gray; chairman, Mrs. Ray Dromoold. 8:00 Junior Beaux and Belles, "Countdown Caper," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. Lvnn Everson; chairman, Mrs Harry V. Shields. Feb! i 4:30 Junior Capers, "Count Down Trot," party dress. Patroness. Mrs. L. Kenneth Lincoln; chairman, Mrs. Joseph K. Kellogg. 6:15 Capers, "Satellite Swirl," party dress. Patrons, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Wrloht; chairman, Mrs. Allen Walker. 8:00 Senior Capers, "Satellite Swirl," party dress. Patroness, Mrs. W. R. Gllroy; chairman, Mrj, C B. Brothers. Feb. 6 ' 12:45 Silk 'n' Spurs, "Satellite Swirl," western dress. Patroness, Mrs. Walter E. Woodrow; chairman, Mrs. Thomas J. Capel. 2:30 Chaps and Chlx, " s a t e l l i t e Swing," western dress. Patronesses, Mmes. V. W. Rorger, Robert Thompson; chairman, Mrs. T. A. Dawson. 4:15 Silk 'n' Spurs, "Satellite Stomp," western dress Palroness, Mrs. M. L. Olson; chairman, Mrs. Clarence Carlson. » 6:00 Levls and Lace, "Beep Beeo Bop," western dress. Patroness. Mrs. · Lector Orrick; chairman, Mrs. R. M. Barren. .. WHEN IT COMES TO FIT THAT'S WHERE WE COME IN! CHILDREN'S BOOTERY MRS. W.: I have heard that there Is an organization called "Gnmblcrs Anonymous" which operates on much the same principle as Alcoholics Ana n y m o u s. Consult y o u r local telephone directory for their number. PEO Luncheon Unaffiliated and visiting PEOs are invited to a noon luncheon meeting of Chapter OL at the home of Mrs. H. F. Ray, 5478 E. 28th St. Tuesday. Reservations may be made with the hostess. Big Dipper Club California Big Dipper Club, Blue Star Mothers of America, will meet at 11 a.m. Friday in the Wilmington home of Mrs. Herbert Johnston, 1641 Island Ave. Mrs. Harry McDonough will conduct the business session with luncheon and a social hour following. INDEPENDENT.PRESS-TELEGRAM-W.7 IOHO HACH H. (Ml.. K'NOAt, MMUA«T 31, lt]t Mothers Club Meets Thursday will be f o l l o w e d by a special interest program planned by Mrs. Stcphcnie Medevic. A report of a trip into Russia lade by an airline representative will ho read. Delta Zeta Mothers Club of Long Beach State College will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Kathleen Wright, 2709 E. 218th St. The business meeiing Staber's $P95 COLD WAVE or Famoui PROT-N-IZED Seautif EXPERT HAIR TINTING PERMANENTS One fr/ce Only COMPUTE WHI · FAT MORE) LOUD BEiQH, llh I licutl HE I JI81 HOLLIWOOD, Mil N. Hl(hll«( HO I Ull LEIMERT FK., 4111 Lllmlrf H, »« l-llll V»K NUTt, II13E Shtrnin Ktf IT S-1401 Long Beach · Santa Ana V"/^N, fashion formula TJ a longer jacket + new sleeve fullness '= the major suit silhouette [or spring Two prime examples in imported Italian puro silk . . . both by Boltina of Beverly Hills. New oflso in tho belted suit . . · Spring Navy or Lipstick Red. 12 to 18 145.95 Demi-fit costume suit with siik surrah overblouso. Bamboo Green or Spring Nflvy. 8 to 14 165.95 3uffumi' Designers' Circle, Third Floor

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