Independent from Long Beach, California on February 12, 1958 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1958
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Mi$$ Dreyer Weds Friday Bridal courtesies have been extended recently to Miss Mar- Jdrie Theanne Dreyer who on Friday night will become the . bride of Ronald Gingras in.All Saint's Episcopal Church. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Dreyer, 57 Savona Walk, tftfibride-elect was, given a mis- cglianeous shower by Mrs. Louis IzocqwsW; 1820 Litchfield Ave. Her ··bridal attendants, Misses, Nancy Hunter, Sue.Rudd, Kay Baldwin, Stephanie .Kramer and Sue Hughes, honored her'at'a phonal shower, in the Dreyer hj(me. . ' .. . : ' : V6n Thursday night; Mr. and I$b.;Homer Gingras, parents of t|ie;prospective bridegroom, will Wihosts. at -the rehearsal dinner ,':-in ',their, home,. 5260 El Cedral,. · · . ' Superb Food Music Open Daily Banquets f FR. 70547 ON THI OCEAN IffWEEN .PALOS YEIDIS 1 SAN PED«O Dinner Fete for Leaders New officers of Cumaean Qub, led by;|Mra.- Ellsworth Brown, were Honored at "a recent' · dinner party .at Los Coyotes Country Club. Other leaders are Mrs. Monroe Yunker, vice president; Mrs. Lewis B. Kean, secretary, and Mrs. Ray ' Barter, treas-: urer. Mrs.. Larry Reichner,. retiring president, .was presented with a gift. . Others enjoying the dinner and evening of bridge .were Mmes. Logan Goodknight, Fred tfense, Edwin. Harvey, R. K. Havens,' Hansel. Nowling, Russell /Barkley, Preston Johnson, Walter Von; Kleinsrnid, Ted Cruchley, Otto-Boll,- Fort Alcorn, Russell Nowling, John ^erguson, Robert .Huck, John Sumner,"Harold Willhoite, Robert Buck, .Florence Eichorn and Eileen Ryan. Children's Party Long Beach C o u n . c i l 17, D a u g h t e r s . o f America, will lave a valentine party for'the youngsters of the Long Beach Exceptional Children's Foundation at 1 p. m. Friday.' Homemade ice cream, cookies and punch will be served the young *uests .and musical entertainment provided. ; . OF LONG BEACH CREATORS OF THE FINEST CUSTOM DRAPERIES Authorized Dealers and Satis Representatives Sirvini tbt Entire Southland (43 W. BROADWAY -- HI 7 : 7463 The world's largest "-.-· maker of hardwood floors tells why you should... Never \ v use j,* 1 "' · - . _ , water on Marilyn Erdahl Wed in Church A "reception in.. the Lakewood home 'of her brother,^ Dr. Philip A. Erdahl, followed ! 3 p.m. wedding ceremony In -St.- Timothy's- 'Lutheran Church, which united Marilyn Erdahl '.and - Peter.' 1 ;: Van v lanke of Piedmont.;. '.'·:. · . The- daughter/ : of ,-Dri .'.and Mrs.' Henry. ErdaW,' Garden Jrove,' wore : a · cocktail- encthigown'. of · champagne ^oloredjbridal- veil':!/ '.She Jidd a .bouquet of. deep' .blue .'orchids-, arranged with 'white and'-pink roses. -Mrs. Philip A. Erdahl, her sister-in-law's matron of - honor,. was at- ired in.aroyal;blue dress.and matching picture hat * ' « » · * KIEFER FOBES was best man and Paul M. .Moore seated family'members and; close tiends who witnessed' the service; The.bride is a graduate of Polytechnic High School, Po- mona-College''and University of California's G r a d u a t e School of Social Welfare, Je'rekley. Her husband; son of' Lyle S. 'Vincent of Oak- and and -'Mrs. Dorothea M. Vincent of. Seattle,. Wash., is a graduate of- the University of Washington. . After honeymooning at Mrs. Peter Banke Vincent Santa Barbara... and: Carmel, the couple will reside in Piedmont Violet Unit to Entertain African :-Violet Society.'of ,ong Beach will entertain visiting presidents from chapters hroughput the Southland -at a overed-dish luncheon/ Friday 'orah Fund Lunch Sisterhood of Temple Sinai, Long. Beach, headed by. Mrs. David Rosen,.is one of 40 Pacific Southwest Sisterhoods ponsoring the .National Wom- n's League annual two-day Torah Fund luncheon Feb. 19 and 20-at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. · . noon, in Linden Hall, 208 Linden Ave.' Decpratiqns will stress a Valentine theme. Among guests will be Mrs Clarissa Harriss of Santa Monica, president of the African Violet Council of Southern California.' · Visitors will participate in plant forum following luncheon with- Mrs. ' Helen Koran as chairman. .Mrs. Golda Over berg will preside. .' . · Persons interested in African violet culture are invited to the 1:15 p.m. program.' There are two good reasons why water should never be used on wood floors. First, continued use of .water can eventually ruin the appearance of the floor.. Secondly, soap.-and-water washing can't'budge some black marks and old wax, . tSlter years ol testing with our own wood'floors, we discovered thBonlyrightway is to "dry clean" them. 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Bonnie Lass, 80, Clan Chief By 'GAL PATTLEY TJnitftd. .Frcii.Women's Editor NEW YORK--Keeping Jie .international ties of the MacLeod family knotted is the^full-time job-of an 80- rtear-old.woman;'Whpi gets' around almost as much as phn Foster.. Dulles:: " : Dame-Flora"MacLeod, the ir*t woman chief of a Scottish Jan, ii on.the.last lap-'of an arbund-the-wbrld. air · trip to visit"-MacLeod'..Societies scat- ered^f r o m - Saskatchewan, to Jydney. .., : ·' ' : -· '. ,"The" early clans had one purpose--survival," she said: during a'stopover'-here-before flying on -to Scotland. .··''"Today; .our whole- purpose" is friendship between- families and' f r i'e n d 5; When'/you think that for/700 /ears,'.this' ramily-^-big.^as it ha*- .become--lias iheld "together --well,-, in our unstable world, t gives '.me:a- real : feeling-of omethihg, stable. The wip.rl d needs" to hang on to' : 'sonie of the'.traditions. 5 ·' ... '';·-" '. "And I. do believe 'that 'because all English-speaking, peqi lies have kept close .together, we have been able tcrmaintain our: world as "we know it-today." - ' · · ' " THE "MaclEOD clan traces Its heritage to the' Norsemen, but 'the f i r s t Scottish: chief, who.settle'd on the Isle of Skye, came along-about 1200, Dame Flora said. His name: was Leod: The Mac, which is Scottish for son^ was 'added as children came along. · ; · ' . - ' · The-first chief--Dame Flora ,, the 28th--started construction of the fortress-like Castle, called Dunvegan;. and o t h e r generations added Jfo 'it It now ias' " 25 .bedrooms, six seven living rooms . . . a very big-place," said.the clan chief, who still .,' The castle -also-is the gathering place for MacLeods from all over the world, and has become quite a tourist attraction^ Dame Flora, the widow-'.of a'London Times executive, became clan chief in 1935 when her father died. She was the only direct descendant of first chief.' -"The task is entirely a voluntary one," she e x p l a i n e d , "but the chief always must occupy Dunvegal. I'm sure some of the early chiefs turned, in their graves to think that a woman was the head of the family." To keep the family name going, she changed her married name of Water.back to MacLeod., Her successor" one day already is.selected--a grandson, John, who has'..changed'; his name to MacLeod from Gordon! The 22-year-old heir apparent is a student at McGUl University, .in Canada. ' . "He's studying business and commerce," s a i d his grandmother. Nowadays it t a k e s quite an income, to keep a castle. In olden times, our motto, B-2--INDEPENDENT MMk/ CflU., Wed, Nk. H 1»SS Shirley Shaw Now Mrs. R. D. Long EXPANSION SPECIAL /7*fi B '4fl- Figure-Form ^UUKjCHJieUfi' International Celebrating the Opening of T Additional Studios in the Lo» Angeles Area--All of the Studios in Southern California, are now accepting a .limited number of Charter Memberships at the Special Rats of $1.00.per week. ' '·- Shirley. Shaw, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Marvin "Shaw of 'Long Beach, exchanged wedding vows with ; Ronald Dee Long in-an. evening ceremony.'Feb.. 1 at Atlantic Avenue Methodist'. Church. .The Rev. James .Hughes officiated at the double-ring' service . in -· the presence "of 450 guests. .A.Cahill original, gown of .-white silk taffeta with re,:embroidered Alencon .':! a c e trimming: e n c h a n c e d: the beauty of the young .bride. Pearls arid sequins, adorned tile Sabrina neckline and'the bouffant skirt which- swept to a . chapel-length- train. -A pearl : " and orange." blossom tiara fastened her filmy veil of illusion and she carried a cascade of white-tulips-and hyacinths." ... PRECEDING'the bride to the flower-banked 'altar were Sondra.-Shaw, maid of honor; · Mrs. Karl Lust and" Myrna- · Walker,- bridesmaids; Jordan Irwin and Theresa Koenig, : junior : bridesmaids; .Cheryl Smith, flower girl; and Bobby .Phipps,. :ring bearer. The bridesmaids, gowned in red taffeta frocks,, held nosegays of shattered red arid white carnations. -. · . The bridegroom^, son of Mr. and Mrs.- Roy Long of Long Beach, asked Robert Phipps , to serve him as .best'man and.' Paul Lee, William Lambrose, Fred Schmidt and Richard Warner" to usher. *-. A red ' and white color scheme was used for the reception-in. the church social halL 'Assisting w e r e Mines. Donald WeHs, Robert Baker, George Calderwood, Howard Lewis,' Morgan Stivers, Harry . Tibbet, George Tutt, C. Kenyon Wells a n d ' - H e r man Wulfsberg.. '''".- --PIctorlml' BOUM Mrs. Ronald Dee Long THE COUPLE- returned · from/a honeymoon- down the- coast in time for the bride to enroll for the spring, semester at Long Beach State.'College where, she is. completing requirements Jor her degree in primary education. At Polytechnic High School she took part in'many musical productions End was · a member of Phi Gamma Chi' sorority; at Long Beach City College she affiliated with Entre Nous. Her husband Is-a graduate of Long .Beach. State College with a bachelor 'of science degree ,in business, manage- · ment. He served as president'. of Alpha Kappa' Psi, national business fraternity; ; :'of his senior class; .and .of Statesmen, men!s .honorary service organization. At .Long .Beach . City College he was president . of Tilsmen and was president ' of his sophomore and junior classes at. W i l s o n High School. . , ... ·-.. Cupid favors the woman with a lovely figure by Silhouette! 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UMDERWEI»HT-,er AVERAGE: Add 2-Inch., to 'Buit--Improv»-Po«turt and Re-proportion Body- 'Hold Fast,' referred'to physical strength. . .'. today, to less romantic .things." .»-' · * * . * · · · - v DAME FLORA said-she had no idea how many MacLeods (or McClouds, or MacLouds or about 20 other variations of the name) now populate the world. · "We're the m o s t organized clan," she said, "but I'm/sure there are more Campbells, Mac- Donalds and McKenzies." · , The chiefs l a t e s t -^aunt, 'which she financed herself, took her through the-Middle East to Australia and New Zealand, back'across the Pacific to San Francisco, all the way across Canada, and into New York, where MacLeods and f r i e n d ! gathered for a big dinner last Friday. The chief, a.liyely little woman with wavy.,,.sees nothing' unusual., about" an 80- year-old making a 25,000-mile trip. · · · ; ' . : . . "My-dear," she said,- "in my Meeting Friday - ·* ' -v* · Dorothea'Evans will preside at a 7:30 pjn. meeting Friday, of Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle, Grove 26, in the YWCA. tiine I've seen a lot of-changes ,-. v.the coming of electricity, motor cars, telephones, radio and television, and airplanes. ' "Now, the dawn of the space age. Maybe we won't be going Beta to the moon in-my-time, but m bet you one of the early toi settlers will be a MacLeod."- Pizia Luncheon FioreHa- Guild members were entertained at a pizza luncheon served in the. home of Mrs., Morson Clarke, 84 E: 55th St. Mrs. Jesse. Corwin conducted the business session. , . , : ( ' Beta Sigma Phi Phi Alpha .Kappa 'and . fh\ Alpha Lambda 'chapters of Beta Sigma Pi ^viU have .'a joint Valentine party at 7:30 tonight in the honie of Mi's, f Naomi Phelps. , , .,,-. · LUNCHEON - DINNER SUPPER · COCKTAILS arse Oft* Daily . Mvaf« Party Facllltin ma so. PUIFIO eo«iT Hwr. HDD»0 H»H . 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