Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 52
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 52

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 52
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W.2--INOEPENDENT.PRESS-TELEGRAM LONO BEACH i, CAM*., SUNDAY, JULY t, mi They'll Dance in a Silver Wonderland Dr. Jack Hillman, »n Meyers Wed Amid a wonderland of silver glilter, members of Ihc Carmelite Nuns Auxiliary will hold their second annual benefit Silver Fantasy dinner dance next Saturday in the new California Room of the Wilton Hotel. Beautiful baskets of flowers will fill the room and tall columns will be decorated in silver and copper tones. Beautifully gowned hostesses will greet guests, with auxiliary president Mrs. Frank Sartain heading the GENERAL chairman Walter J. Hawkins will be assisted by Walter Havekorst and Wayne Fitzgerald. Mrs. Fred Hayes is decorations chairman. Other committee heads are Mrs. Gertrude Ryan, hostesses, and Mrs. Horace Getterman, program. Robert Tyo will serve as master of ceremonies for the gab event, which is open to the public. Reserva- tions may bs made with Mrs. Frank Schiavone. * + ··* * AMONG the many members who are planning pre- dance cocktail parties are Messrs, and Mmes. Frank Sartain, W. L. Belcher, Louis Andriole, W a l t e r Schlemmer, Donald Rice, W. G. Edmondson and Robert Prince. Mr. and Mrs. David Carey will entertain a group of dance-goers from Orange County. ALL THAT GLITTERS will be silver at Saturday dinner-dance at Wilton Hotel to benefit Carmelite Nuns. Among those who "count on" a big evening arc (from left) Walter B. Havekorst, co-chairman; Mrs. Frank Sartain, Carmelite Auxiliary president; and Walter J. Hawkins, dance chairman. COUNTER ACTION Let's Travel in Style By BETTY WENTWORTH You've waded through the travel folders; you've made your supreme decision, and now all you have to do is get ready! A monumental job, this, but h e r e a r e some handy h i n t s that m a y s o l v e problems. These suggestions could also double as gift OUR FAMOUS COORDINATES INCLUDING:-Frank Lee Calaiina Charme possibilities if you're vacationing in your back yard, but still want to bear gifts to the departing traveler. Under $1 A package of three folding plastic hangers with chromium swivel hooks. There's a catch for straps so they won't slide. Great for drip drying. * * W + A mild,safe detergent for all fabrics and quick, convenient laundering is a travel must. Works in hot or cold water. Thirty envelopes to the package. Under $2 A minuscule sewing kit in a colored plastic case which pleats into practically nothing. It has thimble, scissors, needles, thread, pins and even a needle threader. * * * * There's a little pill case which holds three plastic bottles, each with a time dial to indicate w h e n y o u t a k e y n u r n e j u medi- c..!·_·. (Now if you're a true I hypochondriac and want to spend $19.95 there's a really elaborate affair which holds 12 bottles with timer, tops, a spoon, thermometer, eyecup and eye-dropper all done up in a zippered top-grain cowhide c a s e . Actually, w h e n you consider the Dramamine, aspirin, Bisodol, etc., these bottles would come in very handy.) Lucite luggage tags imprinted in gold with name and address or monogram have leather straps. These come in six bright hues, round or oblong shape, and, after first one is ordered, ensuing ones are very inexpensive. Pedal Pushers |' Bermudas |' Shiri Tops |' Tunic Tops © ® Reg, $2,98 · $3,93 · $4,98 S$199 S^ 99 Under $3 Practical combination kit in morocco holds nylon clothes line, eight tiny colored plastic clothes pins, needles, thread and scissors. Under $5 There's the world's smallest cribbage set in leather case. (If you really go in f o r g am e- m a n s h i P while touring, there's a ' w o n d e r - f u l l y compact game set with chess, checkers, poker chips, dice two decks of cards, dominos, crinbage board and a cute collapsible dice cup. This, however, is $27.50, but consider all the fun you'll have!) Under SB Have you seen the marvelous instant coffee sets? All done up in a plaid case you'll find jars for your instant coffee a n d tea, two plastic cups and spoons, and cord with coil which you simply put into cup of water and it heats it in seconds. Cords come in different voltage for travel at home and abroad, for plugging into car also. + * * ·* For you cautious capitalists we found men's money belts in top grain cowhide with two zippers craftily p l a c e d underneath. This should render you pickpocket proof. Under $7 Now you may have worried about your diamond and ruby necklaces (congratulations), but this will take the furrows from your brow. A p recious jewel carrying case in English morocco with colored suede lining has two zippered pockets and a ring role which unsnaps so you can slip on y o u r favorite Cartier baubles. * * * * FOR ADDl T I 0 N A L information about items and stores where they may be purchased, telephone the Independent, Press-Telegram, HE 5-1161, Ext. 348. In a late afternoon garden ceremony at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Oscar Warden Myers Jr., 4261 Rutgers Ave., Eyvon Myers and Dr. Jack Brittian Hillman recited their wedding lines. Also daughter of the late Cmdr. Meyers, the bride was given in marriage by her brother, Forrest Myers, with her uncle. Bishop Morris V. Minor, officiating. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Briltian Hillman of Beaumont, Tex., has just completed his internship at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. He received his B. A. degree from Baylor University and his M. D. degree from U. of Texas, Galveston. He is affiliated with Theta Kappa Psi fraternity. * * * * THE NEW MRS. Hillman was graduated from Wilson High School, Long Beach City College and San Francisco State College. She was a member of Mahabharata and Kassai at LBCC. A white lace ballerina length gown was worn by Secretary Dinner at Hacienda Mrs. Jack B. Hillman the bride, with a short veil of illusion attached to her lace headdress. Attendants were Suzanne Toppen and Dr. James E. Bauer. Following a garden reception for 200 guests the couple left for Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., where Dr. Hillman reports for duty at the School of Aviation Medicine. The bride has taught school for the past two years in Pico Rivera. MAKING LIKE Alice in Wonderland characters to help their parents get in mood for Silver Fantasy dinner-dance are (from left) Vicki Belcher, 13-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Belcher, and Helen Anne Carey, 3-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Carey.--(Staff photo.) Hadassoh Launches Drive GOLDEN JUBILEE membership drive of West Coast- Southern Pacific Coast Hadassah groups are these Orange County and Long Beach representatives. Seated (from left), Mines. Max Stotland and Marvin Milkes. Standing (from left), Mmes. Sidney Entin and Mickey Feins. They are shown with model of Hadassah-Hebrew University medical center in Jerusalem. Official Visitor Due Lincoln Circle Thirteen thousand Zionist women belonging to 10 Southland chapters of Hadassah in Los Angeles and Orange counties -will launch a golden jubilee membership drive Tuesday. They hope to double their number by mid- August. Participating in top leadership of the campaign from this area are newly installed president of Long Beach chapter, Mrs. Pearl Surlow, and Mrs. Max Stotland, past president and acting membership vice president. THEY WILL MEET with 300 Hadassah leaders on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Sheraton-West Hotel in Los Angeles for the initial all- day kickoff rally. The drive takes place on the 50th anniversary of the founding of this women's organization by the late Henrietta Szold. Keynote speaker will be Mrs. Ethel Benor, former executive secreiary of the West Coast branch, who has just returned from Israel. It will be chaired by Mrs. Sam Hoffman. Sherman Oaks, West Coast membership chairman. Queen Beach c h a p t e r , National Secretaries Association, International, will meet for dinner Tuesday at the H a c i e n d a Hotel, San Pedro. This will be the chapter's first meeting under the guidance of its 1961-62 president, Peggy Fitzmorris. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Clark, executive secretary of Utility Petroleum, Newport Beach. A few summers ago, she spent four months in Europe, two of them in Greece. She speaks Greek fluently and has relatives there. She will show slides of j Athens, the Acropolis and other temples. SILK while ha r . . . washes in cre- c cu^ beaulv. Six sl'V and silver Icnp*. Trealncnl laili an e.nhra mc-i lt~.. Alice King HAIR STYLISTS Hit Slearm · GE 1-4M5 Lot Allot ootn Thuri. Fr\. Evening! costume dress |f|f You'll pay up to $45.00 at- finest fashion stores! al- baza's you pay iheath dress hai cap sleeve with lir.ed $Virt, jaclet it completely fined. Navy, Black, Brcwn, Green in jiici 8 Jo 20. fo aza A 830 pine ave. group of summer dresses $ 10 95 regular $17.95 · 1 Tan, Lilac, Blue, Solids, 1 Plaids in sizes 8 to 18 SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENT WAVING /SMART SHOP' ' 4 5 0 PINE AVE. ' NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY-OPEN « A.M. TO 4 P.M. LONG BEACH Cor. 8th LOCUST HE 6-3957 FREE PARKING VAN NUYS 15136 Wlv ST S-3« HOLLYWOOD U/j N. Hlafilard KO 7-USi COMPLETE · Machine or Machiiieleis · frolenizci! Cretwi Solution Obtainable only a/ STABER'S I'.tpcctall) Good \or l : ine Uair \Viih Ko Body · linen in Cold Vi'ai ing NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR LONG HAIR Tinting and Bleaching Hair Cuffing and Shaping All wcrk Guarenlcctf--Dtf.'nlnly Ncl « S^«ol Mrs. Bettie Manalatos, department president of Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, will make her official visit to Abraham Lincoln Circle 44 during its 12:30 p. m. meeting Wednesday in Veterans Memorial Building. Mrs. Manalatos will be accompanied to the meeting by a number of other department officers. £?.··;·; BRIDALS and FORMALS '. bridesmaids · ; mother of the bride* j" cocktail · i. regular and large sizes · / ;' open rr.onday and friday evenings 'iil 9 / BantaJTierfcArds and oJher cradi* cards welcomed ·. Invited / * · ip«cial *tfiafion to ·' · . : crganiiatiorul groupi / ' . ' · y pln»' locuist) he 7-5330 ^·#.0 wvlf.^r 1 ?'^* "· ^ r 8 -7' ^ I. Miller Guild House 507 E. Ocean Blvd. SEMI-ANNUAL I. 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