Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 27
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 27

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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New : Slate '-for Province Highlighting the 13th Found' ers Day dinner of Beta Prov« Ince, Theta Sigma Phi Sorority, was the Installation of new province officers. Retiring pres. Ident Betty Forhan of Rho Chapter relinquished her gavel to tha new leader, Mllle Du Day of Zeta. Rae Mathls, grand secretary, was Installing officer. Inducted with the new president were Betty Leni. Alpha PI, vice president; Bonnie Pearsall Rho, secretary; Jean Harvey, Zeta, treasurer; Shirley Pierce Alpha Gamma, organizer; Marlene Robert. Beta Rho, hlstort. an; Lois Rlzuto, Phi, mistress of ceremonies; Tonl Cannon, PI, guard; Ann Aired. XI, corresponding secretary, and Betty Forhan, Rho, parliamentarian, Phi Chapter hostessed the evening's festivities. GRAND OPENING IILHOUITTI FI*UIIMK)RM . . . A Nrt ·» lh» WORLD'S LAHOIST Moorrh Studlot (101 Studies from Co«t-ro.Cooif) NOW IN LONG BEACH ^^m^^^-^m You/re tlie type! l.t ui pro»o III FREE, prlvtt* flguro ·nilytli and trill tiKlminl . . , no obllgillon, of fount, S» ho* Sllriovttto't guiroft* Ifid progriMt of I p o t reducing , . . ilondorlilng . , , or *lght gilnlng ·in miko you tvtry Inth · boiutyl NEXT 90 CHARTER MEM. BERS IN OUR NEW LONG BEACH S T U D I O PAY ONLY -- ' for · Count Individually D»t!g»d (or YOUI Studios luiurlouily dotoratod I* Chromo. Mirrors, Corpttlng ·rtd LootKorotto. for fro. Trlol CALL HI «.OJU TODAYI GRAND OPENING SPECIAL $125 1 MR MONTH · Sltim Ci gi (or bintli o Sun Ltmpi HOUMl 10 fo 10 Daly-- 10 to t Swidiy LONG BEACH: 2713 l«lf AnoKolm It. HI t-0»1 IELLFLOWER: 10124 RoMcr«t TO 7.H11 DOWNEY 10247 S. Psrgmount Hid. TOfxn MZU MONTHS I FREE II w till 11 wt ( rtultl In M oiyi; OVERWEiaHTl l*« 15 Umil--) iKbl Off HIM ·«l Wllll -- Tltl Ow IK* Olf A»kln. UNDIRWEIOHT or AYIRAGIi Add } iMta \t Bvll -- Imwt r* 111 H r t in4 lU.Prafartto Btdy ·MdttftlMIIII """"""^ ANAHEIM: lit No. Lot AR«*|*S XI S-T24I COHPTON: 1117 I. Conpto* Nl 5-4*77 SANTA ANA 110 I. Fourth St. XI 7.4U2 New Staff forWSCS; · New officers were recent Installed during a JvViy break fait of Wnman'i Society Chrlitlan Service of F l r « Methodlit Church. Named .hon orary preildents were Mme Douglas Walters. William Ha rlion Myers, Owen Greer an William Collins, , , ,. Mrs. Harold Seymour becam he new president. Serving wit her are Mmes. Beach Vaiey vice president; Joseph Tarke recording secretary; G. W. Or- rls, treasurer: Frank Sarson, as Istant treasurer; K. H. Gossum auditor and Miss Olive Place ·parliamentarian. Other churcl officers were ado Installed. "The Year of Love" by Mar Earet Leo Runbeck was reviewed by Ruth Cornell Fulle after a musical program by Mmes. Arthur llradley and Har Ian Grldley and Mrs, E, J Whlteman Introduced them. Breakfast tables were decorated with manzanlta branches hung , with miniature baskets [Illed with sweetheart roses Rose-trimmed miniature hats and colorful butterflies decor ated the trees at the speakers table. . ' From Palace to Disgrace Tho "conquering" of Ar- gentlni) dlr.tntnr JUKJI 1'rrnn by a beautiful 14-jfnr-iild girl from tlwi tenement district I* revmled by Ni'lldn Rlvns In s serif! of 10 memoir* to begin Mundsy In thn Women'* Hrf- tlon of thn I n d e p e n d e n t , 1'rms-Telegram. "I Loved 1'ertro" Is the complete and Intlmat* first- p«non story of this prero- clous tmnagori now 18, who tells of her working class family, a fantastic llfn In tha presidential palace, the revolution of 1931! (when mob* cried "Lynch h*rl"), then Jail and loss of fortune. Sweet Adelines Set Installation' Mrs. Wlnona Tail of Torrance will be Installed as 1937-58 prescient of the Long Beach Sweet Adelines in formal ceremonies cheduled for 7 tonight at the pplo .Valley restaurant. The Long Beach lady barbcr- iop harmony'singers meet each Wednesday, 8 p. m., at Long B e a c h Municipal Recreation Center, 330 E. Ocean Ave. Dl rector Is Robert Moffett Visit nrs and prospective new mem b;rs are Invited to attend. Handy Hin 'tts'ltffa' ts Homemaker "1 ·» JANf CARVER, It's the time of year for fa writes, -favorite foods, blended together to make a new and In tcrestlng dish. Party up you supper table with Macaron Chicken Dellshl Conk 2 table spoons chopped green pepper In 1 tablespoon butter or marga rlne until tender. Add contents of 1 can (the 15!4 ounce size macaroni with cheese sauce, : can (5 ounces) boned chicken or urkcy and 2 tablespoons pi mlento. Heat, stirring frequent y. Serve proudly to 4 hungry xxiple. ... . For a never-fall nundae sauce combine !4 cup hot milk with 4 pound aramols and heat ivcr hot water until caramels melt. Place a golden canned ling peach half In each dish, op with a scoop of vanilla Ice ream and some of the hot cara mel sauce. . Baked, pan-fried or broiled lananas are a succulent addition o the meat course. Use less rlpo ananas, thine with an all-yel- ow or slightly green tipped peel, nd the fruit will stay firm dur- ng cooking, After you've made a cup of nstant coffee, cover the cup a minute or BO with a saucer. This over-up trick seems to develop richer coffee flavor. When making Instant coffee In larger olume, use . covered server. LET IT RAIN, let It shine. Jveryday Is a good day to se the Classified Ads, MISS PEACH ANP WrMTUNP orA»A*MN 19 M»S FEACH3 CLASS SUttl WEEPS ARE UUMJUJ, JUST LIKS ANVCTHK The High Cost of Dating Hits High School Crowd High school youngsters earn a lot of money--four billion dollars « year, according to one account. In some cases they really have to, because very often teenage expenses are,big, and an allowanco may be too small to cover them. The latest evidence of the size of teenage expenditures comes from a study of more than a thousand boys and girls, seniors In over a score of high schools In seven southern states. Take for e x a m p l e the amount of money seniors spent or, dates. More than two-thirds of the boys who reported their expenses said they spent more than $50 on dates during the school year. Many spent nearly $200 and some even more a year. While boys were more likely to pay for their dates than girls, there were Indications that some young couples went "Dutch treat." Girls reported that they spent v a r i o u s amounts on dates, although relatively few said that these social events cost them more than $50 during the Ichool season, Harold H. Punke, professor of education at Alabama Poly- technic Institute who conducted the new survey of seniors' s p e n d i n g , commented that cash may not be the only factor In successful dating,, but In many communities It Is quite Important. A boy whose economic resources are small Is likely to find this a social handicap while In his senior year. Professor Punkc, who described the survey In the Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary-School Principals, suggests that schools can do something about It: "Schools can help alleviate social discrimination which may grow out of dating expense by providing a fairly wide range of Inexpensive school entertainments which afford dating opportunities, and by helping youth In other ways to see values In Inexpensive recreations, or In other associations Involving mixed groups. Entertainment of groups of youths In homes might offer considerable possibilities." There are not many events that can generate such- enthusiasm as high school students at a friendly athletic match. Nearly three-quarters of the seniors said they spent less than $6 a year to attend sports spectacles. Girls spent almost as much as" boys to watch baseball, football, and other games. Tho seniors spent small sums for school plays. On the other hand, they spent considerably more on school parties, aside from such-special events as proms and class banquets. In other respects, however, many farm boys and girls spent less for dates, athletics and entertainment than town seniors. Speculating on the reasons for this difference, It Is possible that young farm people h a v e transportation problems; or that th«lr allow- ances are small because farm · families have less cash In-' come than city folks; or Iti may be that there are fewer, opportunities for farm young--, sters to work the usual part-; time jobs after school or on; w e e k e n d s . Farm children , often enrn money through , 4-H projects, but this money may be received at long Intervals, and Is often put aside for special goals, such as college. BETTER FURS 50LD FOR LESS! C«JM M Mri ··»··· FrMtl · Dfod Muikrol _ M.SO · Natural . 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