Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

Long Beach, California
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Monday, May 20, 1957
Page 11
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MISS f PEACH By Mell XW cmPKN Ate VKY FORTUNATE. WHEN r wnj A lime ao., xwcota WKCNT NEAKiy AS MOPfRN CHIfKFUL AS THEY ARC NOW/ .r^ATV-,,-- J -^ -y True Love Faces Test What.Should She Do? ABIGAIL VAN BUHKN 8495 10-JO , ' WITH tHI NIW WTT-O-RAMA' ..If A handsome square collar highlights a youthful basque frock that can be made with or without sleeves. Omit the col lar, if you prefer. 1 No. 8495 with P A T T - 0 ' 1 K A M A Included Is in sizes 10, 12. 14. Ifi, 18, 20. Size 12, 32 ' bust, with collar, 59i yards of 35-Inch. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your name, 'address, pattern number and size wanted ' to Barbara Bell, % Long Beach Independent, 367 W. Adams St, Chicago 6, IU. .. Include 25c more with your pattern order for the Spring Summer '37 Issue of our pattern book Basle FASHION. It con tains dozens of smart new styles for all ages; gift pattern printed inside the book DEAR ABBY: I am not on of those silly teenagers, I am an adult woman of 23. I wen w i t h Leg for* two years and' I t h o u g h t I, loved him. Ha a s k e d ma' to Hnw --. p r o v e m y;«fr*» W love so I did,/ a n d t h e n he bragged about It and enlisted!,!' In the Army. T h e n I mett Bill, and this time I am sure It Is the rea thing. Ho snys he loves me am will marry me if I prove my love first. What ; should I do?-TEMPTED. ,. . , DRAB TEMPTED! Ask Bill to prove HIS lava by marrying you tint. * · · · DEAR 'ABBY: Why -don't young people realize that what they call "Love at first sight" Is nothing but a physical attraction? In order to know a person well enough to decide whether or not you want to spend the rest of your life with them, one must certainly see that 'person under many different circum stances and I don't mean one moonlight drive after another. [ think when a man falls into one of those "love-at-flrst-sleht" thlnga, all his neighbors, good friends and relatives should take up a collection and send him to a psychiatrist to get his head examined. Any fool can get married. It takes a smart per-. son, like myself to stay single.-CONTENTED BACHELOR. * DEAR CONTENTED I I'm certain your father didn't opinion. Did heT Alicia Hart DEAR ABBY: Whenmyhus band pulls his car out of th garage to go to work In the morning I always wave to him Then I wafch him slow up and look the other way, and there Is my neighbor, standing in the window and she also waves to film and he waves back to her Now maybe I am foolish for be- ng mad. about this as we are rath In our sixties, but this neighbor lady has her secom husband and he Is sick and I hlnk she Is looking for her next Sha in younger than me. Should I just tell her to get herself out of the window, or should I tell my husband to quit wavlnu to her?--SIXTY BUT JEALOUS. ' DEAK JEALOUS! ' Don't tHI your neighbor to get oiit of her window . . . and don't tell your husband to quit Moving, Ttili l probably only » friendly greeting;. If yon want to make a mountain out of a molehill--Just add s · little "dirt" to it. · * · « · If you have n problem, write to Abigail Van Burrn In care of the Long Beach Independent. She will to glnd to answer your letter. · For a personal reply, pleaM enclose n «tamp«i wlf-addresMtd envelope. | Get Ready for Fun!I The teenager who's always ready to go places and do things who doesn't need a week's advance notice to get ready for a date, is the one who rates the most dates and the most fun. It she gets stuck at home because she hasn't shampooed her hair, pressed a dress or on missing buttons and snaps It's her bad luck, ,, Because that's the way a clr learns that scraps of time In the evening can be put to good use. While her hair Is drying after a shampoo, she can give herself a manicure. She can do mending while she soaks her feet prior to prettying them up for sheer w "l stockings and summer sandals. She can mend rips, sew on mttons and replace lingerie straps while lingerie is getting a 10-mlnute soak period in hot, soapy water. ., Then, the next time the phone rings, she doesn't have to stay at home moaning over the good Ime she's missing. She'll be all ready to go. . Homemaker CAW* f *-, .Soak colored cottons which have never been washed .In a solution of sajt in cold water. The salt helps to set the colors. For easy Ironing, pasi the hot Iron over a newspaper which has-salt sprinkled between the folds of paper. Salt dissolved in ammonia or alcohol will remove grease stains. ' · . · Fruit stains will not pcrma nently stain linen If they are sprinkled Immediately with salt · Washable garments stained by perspiration should 'be soaked in salt water--one hand' fill of salt to a quart of water. Our candidate for the easlcst- to-prcpare dessert Is pineapple cake. Purchase a bakers' larrje, sewed angel food, sponge or chiffon cake. Spoon H cup pineapple juice generously over the cuke, allowing It to drizzle down the ilde. Refrigerate for two hours before serving. Top each serving with ' whipped, sweetened cream. Your pet chicken fricassee taste twice as delicious when you add half a cup, or tetter, of lauterna or Rhine wine, ,,,,»...., Fold-one-quarter cup chopped maraschino cherries, drained (about 10 cherries) Into the batter prepared according to the directions on a ten-and-one-half ounce package pound cake mix Mir. MM. *Uy 20, 1M7 INDEPENDENT-?.,. Bake according to package directions, cook, sprinkle with confectioners' sugar, and you'll have six servings of a delightful i maraschino cherry pound cake, .-.."··· i , · ... · Soap keepi IU scent to Itself ' when wrapped In ctaw plutlc household wrap. ..",.,.,·.,, . , Fold cooked spaghetti, grated cheese and a bit of chopped on* : v youll- '"'""'. LOVE being slender Modern women . · who want Juit trerythtng. , . stirt with i SlcnderelU figure ' Phone for jour free trial... · - . - .Slill $2.00 per Ylilt... {"·; Budget Plsn... »,, We'll litep ourpmmisf. I N T E R N A T I O N A L IAKIWOOD-- 1011 lmn\lr Kit, Ml O . J i l l HI 0* l.flll Long Beach · Santa Ana , Owning Your Own «lrt ii chapcr th«n you think! Pctri'i pricei «re onlr $1.6} for · rnin'i mil inJ }1,7J for s plain · dmt CALLED FOR AT · YOUR HOME AND DELIVERED. ... Of count, 10% off for C«h It Carry i it 1230 Orange . . . big lurking lot loo. P-T.A. Stages Workshop Officers and chairmen of the .,- 20 councils in Thirty-third Dls. · ' trlct, California Congress of Parents and Teachers, filled the sanctuary of Downey Presby. terlan Church recently to learn . about their res[onslbllltles from a panel of district officers and chairmen. ' Mrs. Everett ' M. Flndlay, ; president of Thirty-third Dis. "] . trlct, pointed out that Council : - officers and chairmen have a re. tponslblllty to give Inspiration, ' ' information and Instruction to ; local P.-T.A. people. It Is their ' duty to Interpret policies, to pass · on material and Information re- N ' celved from the district and to · '· Instruct their local unit chalr- ' : men In the mechanics of their ! jobs, . . . - · . , - **·* · ' n'iv · ' ' '.-· . Following the general · con, fcrcnce the group adjourned to , 25 separate workshops where they learned the techniques ol ., their specific Jobs, where they · could find material to help them, · . received suggestions for con . ducting workshops for the local · · . unit officers and chairmen, and , ' In n question and answer period ·· shared their problems and ex pcrlences, ^., -,.-i,,..i :-,,*··· : I Honor Mothers!--..' i ' * * * The annual May luncheon In ,' honor of thejr mothers was '·"· given by members of Lions Club 1? * recently at Welch's Restaurant i. · ' with Mrs. John Kennedy Jr:, ·", : president, conducting. Follow ,; . ing luncheon a style show of ";·' summer fashions was enjoyed. !Cards Tuesday.-' · ,'· Woman's Benefit Assn. will .. sponsor a public card party Tuesday In Machinists Hall, 728 ! Elm Avo.. beginning at 1 p.m. with dcnscrt luncheon preceding at 12 noon. Bridge, 500 and can- nsta will be played. Winnie Chrlstowskl Is chairman. SINGER PORTABLE keeps you cool and beautiful. In .;* ~ ' · v / ' . J t . v - - - . . Forever Young's miracle chiffons! · Cool flattery without a care in the worldl.' ' · Gloria Swanson's wonderful new designs in drip dry Dacron or nylon chiffon. You'll love the exciting new fashions styled to keep you looking slim and lovely daytime or evening, for town or travel,.. vacation . · or resort. They're such light airy dresses' -- sheer comfort to wear under all summer conditions. .·' , Choose the graceful nylon pleated skirt style in wisteria,. beige or aqua ... or the soft Dacron print with . , . .- ··" * ' " - . " ' ruffled trim in blue, red or wisteria. Both in sizes 12 to 20, !2'/ 2 .to 22'/ 2 .'Both finds at Just.'...' 10.95 ludjrl DniMt, · Swwd Fl**r IMAGINE! A famous Singer for lea than S100... And best of all, when you buy Singer you know you're buying the best ;', because nobody builds sewing machine* ^ the way Singer builds them... 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