Independent from Long Beach, California on February 10, 1958 · Page 16
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·PaVe'B-2--INDEPENDENT . 10, Newlywed Pair at Home New at home.in North Hol- lywpod are newly married Mr. and-.Mrs. Robert J. Dancoisne whose marriage w^s.solemnized in the Church of Jesus Christ of . Latter-Day - Saints, Las Vegas, by Bishop Samuel M. Davis. The bride is the former Diane Sanders, daughter of Mr. antf-OMrs. Coy Sanders, 4001 Pine'Ave. Her husband is the son of -Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luhtala of Fort Stielscoom Wash. Both young persons are members of California Tip Toppers She attended Jordan High School here and Dixie College in St. George, Utah, and is affiliated with Delta Celts Delta and Omega Delta. He attended Seattle'Pacific College arid the University of Wash to/Leo.4 for VJeau-iy Permanent Wave Special · · ~ B Under the Personal '· Supervision of Leo Use Only Nationally Advertised Brands Styling Section Slightly Higher MISS ANNE TREBES Lovely Anne Treb'es (Miss Welcome to Long Beach), -who is featured in ."The Fifth Season" at The Theatre, relies on Leo's to keep her coiffure at its loveliest for her many public - appearances.. P 7 t" IR oLeo 6 for U-e leautu EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 4226 Atlantic, Bixby Knolls GA 7-7456 1 Ample jtee parking in Crest Theatre lot \ · · Style Show tb Aid Fund Members of the Long B e a - c h Branch of the American' Association of University Women, their friends and guests will view -an fashions ,, Ronde- Rue, 4401 E. Pacific Coast Kwy., at 12:30 p.m. The affair, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the jranch fellowship committee, under the chairmanship if Mrs. Jack Johannessen. Committee members assisting w i t h arrangements are' Mmes. -James. Beritson,'Robert Kripp, William Lower, H. P. Markle, Ernest Marr, Alfred Munson, Eldor Sagehorn and Elam Stewart. Mrs. Forrest E. Clark, president will,greet arriving guests. » * * * A LUNCHEON will precede the fashion show. Commentator for the afternoon will be Wilma Hastings. · Gh-a,rrn. Unlimited; models will present, the'la test in spring; styles. · '· This 'annual event is staged to raise money for the'. National -Fellowship ;Fund. All. AAUM. branches throughout' the nation support the fund to assure a minimum of 30 fellow- ·ships annually in addition to numerous international grants. Fellowships are open to women who are' American citizens, have- received a college degree and are interested in doing graduate work, Publication The newest .publication in the high fidelity field made its debut this month as HiFi Music Review went on sale on the nation's newsstands. Donna Lee Rainboth Wed in Church Rite ».-·" EXPANSION SPECIAL Figure - Form International Celebrating the Opening of 1 Additional Studios in the Los Angeles Area --All of the Studios in Southern California are now accepting a limited number of Charter Memberships at the Special Rate of $1.00 per week. Yoiir New ... ^ Means a HAPPY New Year! Now you can have the figure nature intended for you. Silhouette guarantees supervised programs for spot reducing 1 ,, slenderizing, or weight gaining. Enroll today! FEBRUARY BEGINNERS' COURSES START DAILY! E-X-P-A-N-S-I-O-N SPECIAL First 15 Charter Members Enroll Today for Only $100 I per week For a Courtt Individually D^ignid 1 for YOU! . W« art Expanding Our Facilities and Ne«d 100 N«w Charttr M«mb§nl NO EXTRA CHAR6I FOR: · Sunlamps ·'Steam Cabintls · Mtchonical Massage Because you're different . , . FREI, private figure analysis and trial'treatment. No obligation, of course. FOR FREE TRIAL. CALL OR COME BY YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STUDIO TODAY! larbara Thompsen, pictured here, achieved these changes in her measurements. BEFORE: AFTER: 33" IUST 34" 24" .Z..."..r... WAIST 23" 37" _ HIPS 35" MSH/ON ON PARADE A A T T W ^ Changing world conditions have brought new Heeds; therefore ^AATJW has adopted its fellowship program to promote high standards in education and to enlarge 'opportunties for women in the United States, and other countries. Proceeds from the Long Beach Branch fashion show Saturday at ,.La Ronde Rue will be contributed to the National Fellowship Fund. Assisting with the event will be (from left) Mmes. James Bentson, Robert Kripp, Eldor Sagehorn and Parker Markle.--(Staff Photo) Now' residing in Los Angeles following their recent marriage at St. Athanasius Church and subsequent honeymoon at Apple Valley ",, are ·Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Barbarinc. The bride is the former Donna Lfee Rainboth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Rainboth of Long Beach. Both young persons .will Complete their educations in June .when the 'bride is graduated from Queen of Angels School o f ' Nursing. She ,also attended St. An-. thony's High School . and Immaculate Heart College. Her husband, an alumnus of . Santa Monica High School arid Los Angeles City College, will be ..graduated in June from Loyola University. · ' ' , ' More than 300 guests witnessed the double-ring ceremony. * · * * THE' BRIDE, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown and train of white satin trimmed with net and Chantilly lace. A pearl crown held her fingertip-length veil of -illusion and she- carried- a white orchid with stephanotis and shattered carnations. Diane Rainboth, maid of honor, was attired in gold taffeta w h i l e bridesmaids, Mrs, R o b e r - t Humphreys,'. Cathy A r a g o . n and Mrs. Joseph Drey, were gowned in nutwood shade taffeta. All FREE NURSERY SERVICE The Internationally Famous Silhouette Guarantee: 3 MONTHS FREE If we fail to get the following results in 60 days: OVERWEIGHT UNDERWEIGHT or AVERAGE Lot. 15 Poundj i · Add 2 Inchei to Bust 3 Inches Off Hip$ and Waiit Improve Poilure and Re-Pro- Take One Inch Off Ankles portion Body Measurements HOURS: 10 to 10 Dally -- 10 to 6 Sunday LONG BEACH: 2726 E, Anaheim _ G§ ^ANAHEIM: 129 No. Los Angiles --JE 5-9243 '..BEUFLOWER: 17612 B«llflower Blvd . -.----JO 6-9166 ^ELLFLOWEPfi 10124 E. Rosecrans -TO 7-9107 ' ffOMPTON: IM7 East Compton Blvd, ., NE 5-9502 DOWNEY: 10247 Paramount Blvd .: TO 9-1216. SANTA ANA: 112 East 4th Strut ·_ --J« 2-9396 Glamour in Driver's Seat By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press "Women's Editor The rain- was coming down in buckets and I had -on my-best fur hat, so I, made a wild, glad leap'for the taxicab, set-' tied thankfully into the seat and then 'looked at the driver. A glamour girl sat behind the wheel, smiling as she asked, "Where to?" She was slim and dark,- with big brown eyes. Her snug little hat and .coat were in perfect taste, she wore a discreet amount of make-up and she spoke in a pleasantly modulated voice. This was a new .variety of taxi driver. I had. ridden, with women drivers before, but usually they were large, muscular' and ' middle-aged, apparently as hard-boileS as their male counterparts. This one was' different. . » * * * AS SHE D R O V E , " . w e chatted. And this ^ is the story of taxi driver Bella Honyar "This really isn't, my regular job.- I'm just filling in for my husband. He had an operation' several weeks ago, and it's going to be some time before he can go back to work, so I took over his cab. "My husband--Martin is his name-Hs at home taking care .of' 'the children. We have two boys, 11 and 8, and a little girl 4 years old. ' ' "Yes, it is a hard job bucking New York'traffic all 'day, but I'm a good'driver. My husband taught me how to drive--and he taught'me to drive the way cabbies drive--it's quite different from the way other people drive; you know. You have, to be . twice as alert, you have to watch every other driver,'and you have to take advantage of every opportunity to slip through a hole and save a. couple of minutes. "People think 'taxi drivers are reckless,, but really most of them are highly skilled drivers--they have to be, or they can't' hold their jobs. They' can't afford .accidents. ."No, I haven't ha'd any bad experiences at all, since I've been driving the cab. I drive in the daytime, of course, and I try to stay around the middle of town. * * * * · "BUT I'VE found · every passenger I've had friendly and,polite. I don't think I've ever had a drunk man or woman in the car--or if I did I didn't know' it. . Usually people are surprised to see me driving'the cab, arid usually they ask questions, just as you are doing. And always they seem genuinely interested and friendly. "No, I don't mind driving. Ot course, I'll be glad when my husband is well again and can take over. But while he's laid up, I'm glad to do his job. After all, when you have three children you can't afford to be without income forMong. "Yes, -of course I had to take a stiff "test to get a chauffeur's license." WCTU Session Ocean View WCTU will meet t 1 p.m. in First Brethren Church, 5th 'St. and Cherry Vve., for a program, business essibn and tea honoring the WCTU founder,' Frances Wilard. Dr. Edwin Bolen will lead evotions; Mrs. Dorothy Lever- ng will sing, · accompanied by Mrs. Ethel Keeler, and Mrs JYartces Scheid will give a read- ng. L a d / e s .". Heres YOUR Car! GMs N£W VMXMU! Cut* and Classy! M « - i Mrs. KIchard Barbarlno --Lloydi of Hollywood carried bird of paradise cascades. . · ' The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gandolf Barbarino of Los Angeles, asked Joseph Drey to serve him as best man. Ushering duties were, performed by Phil Willen, Jack Harris and Mike Mullins. A reception followed at St. AthanasSus Parish Hall with Miss Carlene Mils and Mmes. Gladys Mills, Alta Cratsenberg and Ca'ro 1 i n a Mills as hostesses. Will-Tour ' The, internationally famed Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra has been signed for a second American tour commencing in February, 1959. Due to a busy schedule -the orchestra will-appear only in cities east of the Mississippi. VrnideKiimp's Valentine features Mon.-Sun., Ftb. 10-16 SO EASY TO PARK! ·SO EASY TO DRIVE! SO EASY ON YOUR PURSE!! This Famous BrM*h Car Gives foil -- UP TO 35 MILES PER GALLON OF AS 'WRAP-AROUND WINDSHIELD-EXCELLENT VISIBILITY AMPLE ROOM FOR FIVE PERSONS x CHOICE OF EIGHT SPARKLING COLORS AMPLE LUGGA.GE ROOM DOWN PLUS . . . A Big Allowance for Your American Car! SEE IT TODAY! OPEN DAILY TILL MIDNITE 1545 AMERICAN AYE. KEN'S HAMBURGERS Fin* Candies Valentine HEART BOXES PHONE HE 7-4111 Beginning 11 a.m. Monday Feb. 10th Ends Thursday Midnight Feb. 13th , I N T E R N A T I O N A L 3926 LONG BEACH BOULEVARD BROADWAY at ATLANTIC SOUTH ST. at BELLFLOWER BOULEVARD Be a gay Valentine, take bright red.heart boxes filled with finest creams and nyts. . _,,,. _ _ 8 o». ...95' 14 on. 1.69 SPECIALS Mon.-Sun., Feb. 10-16 California DATE NUT LOAF . 53i) Toafted Coconut DOUGHNUTS 6 for 27' (R«g. 6 for 33c) Van de Komp's B A K E R I E S

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