Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 54
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 54

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1960
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W.8-INDEPENDENT.PRESS-TELEGRAM tONO HACK H, CAUL, 1UNDAY, JANUAIY 01, 1»S» Roy Diai CHEF OF THE WEEK Tune In on Dial's Beet Salad Mold By A1ILDRED K. FLANARY I, P-T Food Edllor Any dial you flip will tune you in on some activity in which he's interested. Roy Dial, you see. today's Chef of the Week, is an Okln- homan who made good in our fair city. That's another reason why he's so active in civic affairs. Dial arrived in Long Beach with his family in 1!)20. He lived real dose-in- 10th St. and A t l a n t i c Ave. There was no oil on Signal Hill in those days, just peaceful fields. Following g r a d u a t i o n from Poly High, he took his first business venture. It was banking, the year was 1921, and the place was the Long Beach Trust and Savings Bank, now the Security-First National. In 1922 he switched to the California National Bank, 1st St. and Locust Ave. It now is the Bank of America at 1st and Pine Ave. * * * * WITH A GOODLY knowledge of banking tucked safely away, he took a flier at what was then Long Beach's most fluid industry, the oil business. The next two years were spent on Signal Mill, but in 1925 he entered the automobile finance business. Seven years later he formed his own company and has been in the field of finance ever since. He is just now completing ."M years as president of the California Funding Corp. A Rotarian, Dial serves on the board of directors of Belter Business Bureau and on the board of counsellors of the George Pepperdine College. He's intensely interested in the small independent college. He and his family also are very active in the Uptown Church of ANDY RECOMMENDS . . . THAT II WOULD RlNf.Hl YOU 1O JOIN THE WITHOUT DELAY, MAINTAINING YOUR HFALTH IS AH WITH WHOM YOU WORK,'To YOUR WMILY AND TO YOURSELF . . . FULFILL THIS OBLIGATION BY JOINING THE Y.M.C.A. TODAY! AS A MEMBER THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU COUP. .SWIMMING POOL MASSAGE ROOM COURTS · DRY-HEAT ROOM · ULTRA-VIOLET SUNBATHING P;.l! r , MAMY OTHFR5 "Particular Fnnri jot Particular "2 HOUSES THAT QUALITY BUILT" Andy's Cafeteria Rndy'sHotcake House 318 E. 4th St. Hows: Monday thru Friday 8 a.m.-- 6:30 p.m. Saturday 4 Sunday Wo Rest 643'/j Pins Ave. Hours: Monday thru Friday 6 a.m.--7 p.m. Saturday 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday We Bet IMBIACBSTAIHOILKI EVENTS from Sigma Pi Fraternity at Long Beach State may be infrequent, but when it does arrive it's voluminous, so we'll start this week with the Sig Pi Story. (1) The fraternity, some 65 strong, has rented the whole Holiday Lodge plus ski-lift at Big Bear for a four-day outing to celebrate end of finals. In a magnanimous gesture, Sigma Pi invites "everybody at State" to visit them through Feb. 1 and enjoy their facilities. (What would happen if LBSC's 9,300-plus students took the fellows at their word?) (2) Next on the schedule is a big spring house-cleaning at the Sigma Pi House, 1139 E. Ocean Blvd. Everyone will work this time, says our informant. Larry Redman will oversee the chores. (3) The fraternity is taking a special interest in LBSC home b a s k e t b a l l games what with member Mike Woodward cavorting at forward and member Florian Kaczmarek supplying golden-voiced details via the p.a. system. (4) Shifting to the academic scene, Jim Neal, president of the LBSC chapter of the American Marketing Assn., invites all marketing majors to join up and attend the semi-monthly meeting, one of which always features a talk by a Southland marketing expert. (5) There'll be a vacant chair in the Sigma Pi lodgings since Chuck Osterlund took unto himself a bride Saturday at the Wayfarers' Chapel. Incidentally, says our source of information, change that number 65 earlier to G'l: Chuck will not spend his honeymoon at the Holiday Lodge! (6) Duane Ring, Sig Pi alum who was LBSC student body president six or seven years ago, is real pop- Christ. And, speaking of family, Dial is the first to tell you proudly that his two sons- in-law are officers in the funding company. lie also does a hit of doting on his two daughters and five granddaughters. Hunting, fishing and boating on the family 20-foot Chris-Craft come in for much a t t e n t i o n . He does have to journey to Lake Arrowhead where he has a mountain home, however, to board (lie boat. After you've tried his Piquant Beet Salad Mold, you'll agree he knows a good salad. Piquant Beet Salad Mold 1 No. 303 can tiny whole beets 3 tblsp. tarragon vinegar 1 package lemon jello i/ 2 tsp. salt 2 tblsp. onion juice 2 tblsp. horseradish % cup sliced celery Greens Sour cream seasoned Drain liquid from beets and add water to make l'/ 2 Add vinegar. Boil. Add jello, salt and onion juice and horseradish. Refrigerate. Meanwhile quarter beets. When jello partially sets add beets and celery. Turn into ring mold. Unmold on greens and serve with sour cream from bowl in center of ring. ular these days with members of the Long Beach State chapter. Reason? Duane is personnel manager in charge of recruitment for North American, and comes a time even a Sig Pi may have to think of work. (7) Last, and probably least, reason for so many Sigma Pi beards around campus is the fellows stayed up so late studying for finals that they were too weary to shave. LONG BEACH Bellflower at Steams GE 9-6811 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY ONLY ENRICHED LANOLIN WAVE U . O U complete* A new year, a new you . . . as close as the sheer flattery of our enriched Lanolin wave. Personality-styled, fashioned with special attention to your kind of hair/ A luxury cold wave, shampoo and set that you would expect to cost twice this much. * Tinted hair slightly higher Manicures pedicures by Miss Lillian B«auty Shop---Low»r I.ovel · OPEN WON., THURS. f, FRI. 9..*fl-9.V)- Briefly noted: Associated Women Students will make the coming registration process a little cheerier by providing coffee at the library. . . . Forty Kappa Sig- mas plus p r o s p e c t i v e pledges journey to Occidental College Thursday night for a combined rush meeting in Oxy's new Kappa Sig house. . . . Newly pledged to Omega Alpha Delta (extended day) are Elaine Beckeras and Helen Pratt. Hostesses for the luncheon ceremony last weekend in the Apple Valley Steak House were Evelyn Rupelli and Helen Monroe. The OAD gals are already making plans for their April 27 style show. School Menus 'Kids Need to Know 1 Department The following menus will he served in Long Beach Elementary Schools in the week of Feb. 1-5. MONDAY: Hot dog, garden peas, molded fruit salad, cheese kabob and milk. TUESDAY: Pizza pie, cut green beans, sliced peaches, celery sticks and milk. WEDNESDAY: Hamburger on bun, whole kernel corn, fruit cup supreme, Lorna Doone cookie and milk. THURSDAY: Italian spaghetti, mixed vegetables, cherry shortcake, p e a n u t butter sandwich and milk, FRIDAY: B a k e d fish, creamed potatoes, orange wedges, whole wheat bread and butter and milk. The above items make up the elementary children's lunch 25 cents. Soup and salad from the junior-senior high school a la carte menu are sold in the elementary schools, but they may be purchased by the children only after they have purchased the tray lunch. JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH MONDAY: Spanish rice, garden peas, apple wedges, toasted cheese special and milk. TUESDAY: Hamburger, potato salad, citrus fruit cup with cherry garnish, Lorna Doone cookie and milk. WEDNESDAY: Tamale pie, cut green beans, f r u i t gelatin, French bread and b u t t e r and milk. THURSDAY: Diced fur-' key in gravy on mashed potatoes, buttered spinach, sliced peach-cottage cheese salad with parsley sprig, raisin bread and butter and milk. FRIDAY: Roast beef hash with gravy or baked fish w i t h creamed potatoes, coleslaw, apricot halves, whole wheat bread and butter and milk. Book Review on Agenda A review of .lames Mich- encr's novel, "Hawaii, 1 ' will he presented by Mrs. Jack Thomas during the program hour of North Long Beach Women's Club following noon luncheon Wednesday in Houghton Park Clubhouse. Organ music will complete the program. * * * * J - U N C H E O N will be served by members of Group 5, Mrs. R. O. Hird, chairman. Reservations may hn made w i t h Mrs. Mae Anderson. Th" pyonitive hoard will convene at 10 a.m. led by Mrs. Clay Minnix, president. Save Double at Cole's WITH THESE FINE SERVE THIS GREAT TREAT! Finest Baby Beef \ LIVER great with mi/ Luer's Grade A HENNY PENNY FRESH, LARGE : Grade A A Eggs SNIDER'S DELICIOUS "The Hotter" Catsup 14-Oz. Bottle LEAN. "MEATY Poik Steak BONELESS Pork Roast Pork Chops PRIORITY NO. . ] / 2 CAN '/'!/! BLUE BF.LL 'fy Cottage Cheese Tuna iU" SPERRY 14-OZ. PKG. LAZY DAZY FREESTONE l OR STAR ORCHARD WHOLE Ipzicots Q for · Prod nee · SWEET, SPANISH Flour PILLSBURY'S 10-OZ. PKG. GREAT WITH M LIVER BACON 10 Wo Sell AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS, fDri? ,,«,. PAY UTILITY BILLS * H6IJ W/i AT YOUR COLE'S MARKET '"-* Pie Crust SPECIALS FOR SUN., MON., TUES., JAN. 31, FEB. 1, 2, , (GARDEN GROVE, ONLY--MON., TUES., WED., FEB. I, 2, 3) LOW, LOW SHELF PRICES EVERY DAY Al . NO DEALER SALES WE KESERVE BIGHT TO LIMIT · LONG BEACH 1000 East Fourth SI. 3401 ArlCfin Blvd. E19I Atlantic Blvd. · T.AKEWOOD 5S48 Woodruff Ave. - · COMPTON 1320 East Alondra · GARDEN GPOVE 10581 Garden Grovn Blvd.

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