Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 53
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 53

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 53
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LONO BE4CH II CALIF . SUNDAY. JULY i. ix. INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM--W-3 ,-PLANNING NOW FOR FALL Civic Leaders Accept Key Chest Jobs Mrs. Francis M. Lowry, Community Chest residential division chairman, has appointed seven vice chairmen for fall solicitation in the Chcsl area, it was revealed ihis week. Chairman of die special gifts committee of Ihe division will he Mrs. Llewellyn Bixby, who is holding the position for the second year. Mrs. Bixby is a former president of the Long Beach Day N u r s e r i e s , a past member of the Chest board of directors, and is on t h e board of Tichcnor Clinic. She is a member of the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Alamilos Bay Garden Club. Museum Associates and Ihe J u n i o r League. Responsibility for organization of teams in Lnke- wonci has been accepted by Mrs. George Nye Jr.. wife of Ihe Lakewood mayor, With her experience in past campaigns as area general, colonel, and block worker. Mrs. Nye is f a m i l i a r with all aspe.cls of her new volunteer post. As a former Blnchird leader, she realises the needs of Chesl agencies, she reporis. P r e s e n t l y she is serving as vice president of t h e Beta Alpha c h a p t e r of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. She has two d a u g h - ters. SHOP MONDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. SEVKN KEY WOMEN pictured above are charged w i t h responsibility for the organization of Comm u n i t y Chest residential teams for the fall rlrivfi. Shown (left In r i g h l , lop row) are Mines. George Nye .lr., I.akcwood; Leon Sternberg, west side; and Julius Molina, central area. Mrs. Llewellyn Bixhy (renter) is in charge of special gifts commitlcc. In bottom row (from l e f t ) are Mmcs. Bruce E. Mitchell, Los Altos and northeast area; Harry Krusz, cast side; and .lohn B. Mcrrell, north section. MRS. LEON K. Stemherp; will supervise o r g a n i z a t i o n of loams nn Ihe west side, where she served as an area general in last year's campaign. As a member of John M n i r and Poly I'-T.A.'s. S i l - verado Methodist C h u r c h , and G i r l Seoul s. she has m a n y a c q u a i n t a n c e s in t h e western p a r t of i h n c i t y , and has been worker, captain and colonel in past Chest drives. Mrs. John R. M c r r e l l Iras been asked I n t a k e charge of r e c r u i t m e n t leadership f o r I h e N o r t h Long Beach and Los Cerri- los-Bixhy K n o l l s section. She is a f f i l i a t e d with the J u n i o r League, St. Martha's Guild of Saint Luke's Church, and Long Beach A u x i l i a r y to the Southern California Symphony Association. Like her co-wnrkers. she has done hlnck solicitation, and been both a caplain and colonel in the residential drive. Mrs. J u l i u s Molina has been placed in charge of Ihe ' two central areas of Long Reach. Because of the growing prrponderance of a p a r t - ment houses in these sec- lions, Ihn number of teams dial will he required has prown according to plans laid nut. Mrs. Molina is a member of Assistance League and the Denial Auxiliary. * + + * "SINCE I WAS born here, my interest in the success of this concerted effort In improve my home city is natural," M r s . Molina declares. For a number of years she has served in various capacities on Ihe Chest drives. Mrs. Harry Knisz, alt h o u g h a comparative newcomer lo Ihe city, is already a member of the Chest's . Family Counseling Service board of directors, as a con- l i n u a t i o n of her interest in w e l f a r e and Junior League work developed in Lincoln, Net)., and Winslon-Salcm. N. C. She will he in charge of easlsidc residential learns. Los A l t o s divisions and northeastern groups will be u n d e r the supervision of Mr?. B r u c e E . Mitchell. V o l u n t e e r work w i t h Emerson P-T.A., Children's Bcne- f i i League and the Long Beacii J u n i o r League has been combined w i t h her home d u t i e s as a mother of four children. She was one of the leam captains in last fall's Chest drive. when dollars buy a dream! picture yourself in deep beautiful MINK astounding value Incomparable elegance! Double fur portrait collar stole in luscious ; dark ranch or Autumn Haze. 1 Fully let-out plump male skins . . . nothing spared to highlight our greatest values, most exciting fur fashions in years. Choose from the whole collection m air-conditioned ease. As you would expect, all our f u r s are unconditionally guaranteed. Take up to 24 months to pay for furs at $250 and more, or ask about our Special Fur Purchase Plan with no service charge. Fur Srtlci--llvrd Floor Dine in the Terrace Room Phone HE 6-9841 for Reservalioni Engagement News Told Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gregory of Long Beach, formerly of Twenty-nine. Palms, have announced the engagement of their d a u g h t e r , J a c q u e l i n e Lee, to Edward Gene Thornton, son of Mrs. E l i z a b e t h A. Winklcr of Long Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended L a w t o n Dental Assistant School in Beverly Hills. The wedding Is scheduled for Sept. 2. TALL GIRO * dresses * sportswear * lingerie Cftorgs Accounts fnvllcrf TALLER GIRL DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH Octn Frl. Nifei 'III t P.M. JW LONG BEACH BLVD. HE A-UJO DEAR ABBY He's Some Mathematician By A B I G A I L VAN B U R E N DEAR ARBY: Ten years ago my husband put me on an allowance of $15 a week. That was to fesd and clothe myself and our two children. Today we have eight children, and I am still g e t t i n g S15 a week. ! just can't make ends meet on this, but my h u s b a n d isn't able to understand it. How can I beat some sense into his head?--ALWAYS BROKE. DEAR ALWAYS: It's too had some men don't add as well as they multiply. Write nul your budget and hand il lo ynur husband. If he t h i n k s eight children and n wife can he fed and clothed on S60 a m o n t h , invite him lo try il. * * * * D E A R AfiRY: I notice on television and in the movies, when a man kisses a woman, (hey both close t h e i r eyes. I don't see any sense in this. Who made up t h a t rule? When I kiss a man I always keep my eyes open. I look at him w h i l e he is kissing me. and his eyes are open, loo. Can you answer this question if you don't think it's too stupid?--OPEN' EYES. DEAR OPEN: The question Is far frnm stupid. Don't worry abmit whether the man has his eyes open or closed, but when a girl kisses a man, she would be wise to keep at least ON'E eye open. D E A R ABBY: The lady across the alley from us chains her dog up to the garage al 6 a. m. and leaves him there all day u n t i l she gets home at niglil. Now what would you do, Abby, if you were chained up like this all day long? You would hark, of course. And that is w h a t t h e dog docs. He barks. I have put cotton in my ears, bul t h e n t realized t h a t t couldn't hear Ihe telephone, so 1 had to stop thai. I can't close my windows, because I love the fresh air and dislike a s t u f f y house. I have never had trouble with my neighbors before. I am" r e n t i n g this house so don't know if t have Ihe right lo complain. T h e lady with '.he dog owns her home. Have you a suggeslion?-- F R I E N D L Y NEIGHBOR. HEAR NEIGHBOR: The woman w i t h the dog may own her home, h u t she doesn't own the block. Her dn° is disturbing the peace. And it would appear she is abusing the dog to hoot. Talk to her about the disturbance her dog is creating. If she doesn't do some- t h i n g about il, the police will. * * f ' CONFIDENTIAL TO "LIVING MODERN": Yes, decent people still get married first. Your young friend has some very squirroly ideas. Tell him to go climb a tree. * * * * What's bothering you? l-'or a personal reply, write to Abby, Box 3365, Beverly Hills, Calif. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope. DESIGN CUT . . . for summer comfort and c 3. s y upkeep. SPECIAL Conditioning Wnvo 8795 .. Stylist prices slightly higher if.t- Phone HE 2-7-15 1 or HE 6-1743 Wal r's Plitfi A von UP nt Fourth . , . I* ark Newlyweds Reside Here M a k i n g their home in Long Beach following a honeymoon at M a t i b u are. Mr. and Mr?. Donald Dayton Snow (Gloria Ann Moyer) whose recent evening wed- d i n g took place in First M c l h o u i s t Church, San Pedro. The new Mrs. Snow is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ccdric. Moyer of Wilmington. She wore while c h i f f o n and lace and carried white orchids for the ceremony. Mrs. Burton Ross was ma- Iron of honor and Flora Dalglish Ihe bridesmaid. Ushering the 150 guests were Al Poslon, Howard Gregg and S t u a r t Harrison. « » » * RRIDF.GRODM. son of Mrs. Bernice Snow of l.o- mila. was graduated from Harbor Junior College, and Cal-Poly Slate College. He, is a member of the student chapter of American Insti- I l u t e of Architects. t FUR · STORAGE Don't g.imhlc with your proir-us Fur? . . . pio;cc: ilitni from summer ht anil mn;h in I Of K\VOOD5 mndcrn Cold S:on£c V a u l t on the premises. f i c c Esndcii Pui-tip anil Diliiciy seven eleven pine a v e n u e downtown long beach Date of Nov. 25 for wedding of Melinda Louise Ceniccros a n d R i c h a r d LcRoy Watson is announced by her parents, the Robert F. Ceniceros, Long Beach. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. William ,1. Watson, Paramount. She w a s g r a d u a t e d from Lakewood High School. He is a l u m n u s of Param o u n t High. c'lil 10% fed- ta/ A'l lurs latx'wl il T.M. Muta"on If.T*. B' Mondays and Fridays 9:30 a.m. to Other days 9;30

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