Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 14
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IN NAVY CIRCLES Captain's Daughter Weds By VIRGINIA II. LADDEY USS Providence officers and wives are having a busy week what with the wedding of Diana Voegelin. daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Byron Voegelin to Hans Peter Dachler last Saturday at All Saints Church, and the relief of the exec, Cmdr. (Capt.-sclcctcc) Howard L. Kubcl on the 13th. , Florine Kubcl honored Diane at a luncheon at the Captain's Inn on Wednesday. Today. Mrs. Voegelin honors Florine at a luncheon at the Elks Club on Willow. Providence wives are presenting the honorce with a gold charm of the cruiser for her bracelet. * * * * W E D N E S D A Y , J e a n Chandler is giving a luncheon for Florine in her Seal Beach home. That evening, Cmdr. and Mrs. Leo Soltys will entertain Providence officers and wives in honor of the Kubels at the Soltys Program chairman, . M r s . Jacob Ilouser, has planned a wonderful Easter style show of original designs worn by six professional models plus some great door prizes. Social hour at noon. luncheon at 1 p.m. Reserve with Mrs. John Dudley at 6901 E. home in Rossmoor. Thursday evening, wardroom officers will honor Cmdr. Kubel with a stag party at Allen Center. The festivities will wind up on April 11 with a brunch for Florine Riven by Marjorie Orcm and Barbara Higgcns at the latter's home. Cmdr. Kubel goes to Asst. Cof-S for OPS at MSTS. Did YoU KttOW? Yokohama, and will be relieved, as XO, USS Providence, by Cmdr. Richard Coad coming from CO USS Taylor based in Hawaii. The latter is rumored to be settling his family in Yokosuka where Providence will be home-ported after May 4 and will be flagship for COMSEVENTH Fleet. By MILDRED K. FLANARV I, PT F«* Etftor Did you know that it's time again to be thinking about the a n n u a l "Mrs. America" contest? With this thought in mind, the Quaker Oats Co. has d e c i d e d to stage a prejudging contest of its own involving Quaker P u f f e d Wheat and P u f f e d Rice. REAR ADM. E. A. Ruck- -j^e 50 w j nncrs 0 ( tnis con . ncr. COMDRUDIV 1. recent- (cst wil , qualify as rcnrc . ly relieved Rear Adm. Wai- sen tativcs of their states tcr Baumbcrger of the logis- ( an d, as such, winners of a tic support responsibilities mink stole-and-hat ensenv for Long Heach-based cruis- blc). Also, they will be and destroyers. Adm. LOOK YOUR BEST FEEL YOUR BEST Pf»»iTtt« Pftrctaslrml Pfctto: Teisioj · Cm;: Skil Flirt-up: . Bloalirj Depressioi PRE-MENS" ers Baumherger, COMCRUDES FI.OT 3, embarked in USS King, is currently out on operations. Capt. Marion Buaas and Lt. (if.) "Griff" Hamilton returned last Tuesday from a week's visit to ships of DesDiv 111 in Bremerton and Vallejo. In their absence, wives Mary Alice and Katie attended the Baum- bcrgcr's "at home" for Cru- DesI'lot 3 Staff and DesRon 11 as stags, and had a wonderful time. Officers' Wives Club will meet for luncheon t h i s Wednesday at Allen Center. honored by a certificate attesting to their right to represent their home state in the "Live Like Mrs. America" competition. * · · » TO ENTER the contest, one need only write, in 5U words or less, his or her thoughts in completing the sentence, "I believe that a nice figure is important to a woman's sense of well- being because . . ." The entry, along with a box ton from e i t h e r the Puffed 'wheat or Puffed Ricp. is to be sent to the "Live Like Mrs. America" Content. Box 712. Chicago 77, III. SAVE AT BURKS ' G O E S w h e r e Y O U g o ! YOU WON'T FIND LOWER PRICES THAN BURK'S PRICES.. ANYWHERE BIG 19-IN.' "DAYLIGHT PICTURE... · CltARtST · SHAIFEST ·19" dio., 175-»q..tn. YOU WON'T FIND LOWER PRICES THAN BURK'S PRICES... ANYWHERE screen. · "Daylight Blue" Picture · New Hy-Pewer Picture with full Power Transformer · Truly Portable . . . Slim Silhouette Other G.E. PORTABLES Priced from LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU EVENINGS UNTIL 9 SUN. NOON UNTIL 7 l l t h St. or Mrs'. Philip Lohman, 4418 Faculty Avc. . * * * * NAVY R E L I E F Thrift Shop opening In new quarters last Tuesday was from all accounts a very grand one. Rear Adm. Kenneth L. Vein cut the ribbon in the presence of Capt. Francis W. Silk, Capt. J. J. Fee. and other notables as well as a large crowd of expectant customers. USS Wilkinson (Capt. Arthur E m e r s o n ) made the day complete by sending a large "Happy Grand Opening" cake which was served with coffee to all who attended the gala event. Credit for hours of devoted labor goes to Betsy . Mason,. Thrift Shop chairman, her soon-to-be relief, Georgia Peel, and procurement chairman, Jane Carpenter. All were aided and abetted by Mrs. J. J. Fee. chairman of Volunteer Women for the L. B. Auxiliary of Navy Relief. The death last Tuesday of Charles F. ("Chuck") Miller, club manager at Allen Center, comes as a great shock and loss not only to his fellow workers but to the club's guests to whom he was always friendly and cooperative. New Provisional* to Be Feted atTea PARTY T/ME Tis neither New Years nor Mardi Gras but these Delta Theta Tau members (clockwise, from left) Mmes. M. E. Lindsey, Doris Anderson, B. J. Quinn and Perry Reed, are in festive mood regardless. Reason is sorority's Paris - themed spring dinner dance Saturday evening in Petroleum Club. Carl Vcdono and orchestra will play for dancing; proceeds benefit Don George Memorial Fund for camperships. AAUW Takes Note WE, THE of Spring Pig, B-4--INDEPENDENT Un» Kick. OM. MM. A»ril t IU1 "Paris in Spring" will be celebrated in song, story and decor by American Association of University Women. Long Beach Branch, with a program in Whalcy Park Clubhouse, 5G20 E. Athcrton St. Arranged by Mrs. Dwane KuMer, the program will feature guest artists Ann and Svcn Rchcr. Rehcr, an accomplished violinist and teacher at Marymount and WllsOH . _ ,. in Tr|hljT"P T"O '" H'UUIti ' u Gr.OUDS Four Wilson High School music groups will take part in a concert in the school auditorium next Friday at 8 p.m. honoring the late Nicolas Furjanick, music teacher at Wil son for 24 years and one of the founders of the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra. Proceeds from the event will go toward an annual Furjanick Music Scholarship Fund for deserving students from Wilson. Tickets will be available at the concert. Choral groups led by Philip Ellithorpe. and the band and orchestra led by Roland Sandberg wi| take part, as well Los Angeles City Colleges, as a string quartet composed of Sue Strobridge, Ruth Beard, has played with the Los An- Donna Varney and Barbara Hunter, gclcs Philharmonic and Hollywood Bowl Orchestras. * » # · THE AAUW creative committee and study section sponsors the program. Mrs. Frank Vorhes. chairman, will introduce John Weeks, educational curator of the Long Beach Museum of Art. Mrs. Vaughn Ahrams. will preside. Prepared by the scholarship c o m m i t t e e , Mrs. Charles Vickcrs Jr., chairman, buffet luncheon at noon will serve as a ways and means project. Spring blossoms will be arranged around miniature Eifcl Towers and Arches of Triump 1 on the table. New provisional! to Long Beach Community Hospital Auxiliary will be honored at a tea from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Gustave Bock, 276 Argonne Ave. Mrs. Steve Wetmore, president and Mrs. Stuart Monfort, social chairman, will welcome those attending. Mmes. Donald Penrose, L. W. Clarke, B. W. Ncu- maier, David Atwatcr and Mrs. Bock will preside at the tea table. Also to be honored at t h e · tea will be provisional who have completed a year's training. These women will assume active status in May. · · * · INCOMING provisionals Include Mmes. Jeanne Adams, Harry Alpirin, John Bock, Damon Bowlby, Daniel Brice, Jerome Cope, Kenneth Cummings, Russell Davison, William DeBoice, Paul Delcour, Noel Dike, Scott Dobbins, Don Eaton, WCC Slates Style Show Fashions for matrons will be shown at a style show by Schick's Dress Shop at the afternoon program of Woman's City Club on Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Clubhouse, 1309 E. Third St. Mrs. Dorothy Rittcr. wife of T e x Ritter, Western song stylist, will be commentator. Mrs. O. J. Wiborg will preside at the b u s i n e s s meeting. Luncheon will be served at noon by Group 13. Mrs. F. W. T h u r m a n , 1 chairman. | Drama Department w i l l meet at 10 a.m.. Mrs. Alys Scales, director. * * * PRINCIPAL Walter Newland will nay a tribute to Furjanick who died last June, the day before graduation exercises. A native of Minnesota he was educated in Europe and played with the Prague Philharmonic. He cyme to Wilson High in 19.17. He served lor years as concert master and associate conductor of the Lon,Beach Symphony. Conductor of the annual Young Artists' concert here, he made his own last violin concert tour in 1948. CLUB CALENDAR Note Varied Topics in Week's Listings Guild Plans Benefit Luncheon Women's Guild, Church of Religious Science, will sponsor a benefit luncheon and card party at noon Thursday in the church, 505 E. 3fith St. The Gay Nineties double quartette choral group from Lafayette P-T.A. will entertain. A film, "Looking Ahead," will be shown following noon luncheon of Sisterhood of Temple Israel in Temple Social Hall. Rabbi Wolli Kaelter will comment on the film which tells of a rabbi in his efforts toward making a community respond to his efforts. Reservations may he made with Mrs. Irwin Tohcn or Mrs. Harold Seigal. · · * * North Long Beach Lady Lions will hear Rev. C. Leroy Doty Jr. discuss his experiences in Russia and West Berlin following noon last 3 days specially priced fashion permanent wave fadudmg Magic Mirror Projection, Millcy Shampoo, Fashion Hair Shaping and Master Styled Set ·MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY ONLY ^Sli^htly kifhn prier* fax KfarfirH *od bnUil hair phoae today far jrarr appointment! f N tt luncheon at the Chandelier Restaurant. * * * * Friendship C l u b of the YWCA will share vacation experiences of Eileen Wood yard and Margarite Mullcr via films and colored slides, I p.m.. YWCA Building. 550 Pacific Ave. * * * * Kappa Tau Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha meets in the home of Julie Anderson, 2741 Oregon Avc. WEDNESDAY Junior Matrons Depart' mcnt of Ebcll Club meets for springtime luncheon, noon. Ebell Clubhouse. Program hour will feature Jane Scgcrstrom, instructor and home economist in the Long Beach City College general adult division, speaking on "Your Home Is Your Mirror." Mrs. Wallace Taylor is taking reservations and Mrs. Will Winston is in charge of bridge and canasta. * * * · Los Altos Garden Club will follow its 12:30 p.m. meeting with a white elephant sale in the home of Lillian Firth, 700 Santiago Ave. * * * · Long Beach Policcwivcs will have their annual meeting at Morgan Hall, 935 Locust Ave. Plans will be made for fashion show May 10. Frank Ertel. Donald Finneran, Ray Harris. G. A. Hedges and Ira Herman, Others are Mmes. Raymond La rsen, Donald Locher, John Maxwell. Harold McCray, Marion Misencr, Robert Mohrbacker, Anthony Moore. Vcra North, John Palmer. Carlcton Peters. Joseph Read. Stanley Ryan. Edward Shaw. Norman Shcrrard. John Slingerland. Gordon Suiter and Wayne Webster. TELL DATE S e p t e m b e r vows are planned by Carolyn Ann Ehlc and Darrcll H. Poodry, Millikan graduates, according to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roycc C. Ehlc. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Granvillc E. Poodry. also Long Beach, prospective bridegroom attended Long Beach CC, l»«vermtm««tl _ JRRltATED EYELIDS? Lwion. rrrmr'lr lo«l " Aim rtl tin infl.rrfj. fciff. rurnini;. ilchinc f)f». K«thritirrJfiM»fforf7 Hdt- l nmt on LAV-OMIK Flf lax". Htnil Irff fit (up intljdtd. KfLrd on tr dfroJ.Kf '!' "·"·'"·» (rt T I"* Acme* Ictcirttlirt AJd-ut*"" KKl'ltlNTKI) liNDKI'KiNDKNT, IMIESS-TICM-XJHAM Siinilny, Man-It 1 1 , l'Jf.2 Regain Youthful Figure With Pat Walker's Stauffer System THICK It-llf ilUl THIGH .MI.-S TAT N«tl«n»lly Kno«n Authority BEAUTY SALONS LONG IUCH 114 W. tr»t«w*r II IWOI w«t M FKX! HI tlOl C A I O I N G«0»I UKIWOOD 1IU t V4l»«f IU«4 in*. CWMv «f ClriM M*rm«l74U ' Ah* »itt MT ··'·*« M tANTA ANA *l»Wtrf Mill ·** Mr fwvtit 11 WHinilR Oik.. 1-1144 HUT (NOUS «tj unntic ».t lftwrM SM Ant*** « 0*l AI»«I f*u I nil DOWNIT T0»« 1.0117 Worry of ~ FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? rVn t U fmb«mi-M br IOOM t»u« t»»tn iiippint. drurpinr or votblint ·nrn TOM f«t. Ul or Uurh. 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