Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 38
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 38

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 38
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·11 t, KXA' MASTHiO*' '.NEW MEMBERS WELCOMED J.Mrs. Emery D. Turner, provisional chairman, lupins corsages on new members (from left) t - Mmes. Glen M. Gilmore, James P. Thurmond Jr. lias Hermanas Tea Fetes Provisionals --Sf«tf Pfioto and (right) Charles W. Daxies just before they were introduced at Las Hermanas tea. Not pictured is fourth provisional, Mrs. Sidney Peizer. W E , T H E lt«cft. CaM, Ffl* Ft*. Zl, lt*4 Las Hermanas, auxiliary of the Assistance League. welcomed four provisional members Wednesday »t » beautifully appointed tea in the home of Mrs. Charles E. Skidmore, 1106 A n d r e w s Drive. Looking forward to their year of provisional training · ire Mmes. C h a r l e s W. Davits, Glenn M. Gilmo're, Sidney Peizer and James P. Thurmond Jr. Each has an outstanding record of community sen-ice. PRESIDING at the tea table were Mrs. Marie Kuffe! t league president; Mmes. James Keipp. Chris Conway, Robert J. Ritner and Morris Holmquist. Guests were greeted by L a s Hermanas chairman, Mrs. Wolf de Lyre; Mrs. Douglas Tarbell, social chairman, and her committee; and Mrs. Emery D. Turner, provisional chairman. The provisionals wiH begin their training in May with CVO orientation. Offer Opportunity for Job Training Mrs. Timothy Justice Another group of mature men and women are currently being given the opportunity to add to their incomes through the California State Employment Service's Family Aide Program, according to George Toll, manager of the Long Beach office. The pilot program was so successful, To3 s a i d , the second class now is under way. Applicants wiH receive fifteen hours of train?' ing. given by instructors from Long Beach City Col- fefcge and Long Beach City Health Department. Sub- "jects include psychology of the aging, nutrition and food management, accident pre, v e n t i o n. environmental Skippers Will Share Sail Lore - Sailing tactics on ocean courses win be discussed by a quartet of expert skippers at the meeting of Alamitos Bay Yacht Club tonight at J5 at the Clubhouse, 5437 E. i Ocean Blvd. '. Speakers will be Sidney P T. Exley Jr, Charles Kober and Richard L, Russell, all past commodores of the ', club, and Llewellyn Bixby IV, a current board member. Both Exley and Kober intend to sail their Dragon class boats in the forthcoming VS. Olympic trials in , local waters this summer. .RusseD a a top National 'One-Design skipper and Bixby has raced Snipes and numerous other classes. · Commodore John M. Davis win preside at the business session when final | plans wiH be made for the ! annual Midwinter Regatta to be held this weekend in c o n j u n c t i o n with Long Beach, Los Angeles and Ca. brillo Beach Yacht dubs. R e f r e s h m e n t s will be served by members of the Cal-20 fleet. Raymond Klein, fleet captain, and the Pen- ·puin fleet Stephen'MuDnl- kn. fleet captain. health and special care of infants. · · · · FAMILY AIDES assist incapacitated persons in their homes. They do not perform medical duties and are not household workers. Typical duties consist of shopping for food, driving the infirm to medical appointments, reading aloud, writing letters, preparing lunch, and in general making it possible for the aged or infirm to remain in their own homes. The Family Aide may also assist with special care of infants. » * » · "THERE IS a great demand for this type of work by welfare agencies and by individuals and families," Toll said. "Now that the new training sessions are completed, we will be able to refer additional screened, qualified persons to people who need the assistance of a Family Aide." Requests for this service should be directed by telephone to the Family Aide desk at the L o n g Beach State Employment Office, 1313 Pine Ave. Streusel Cake Chop \'i cup toasted slivered almonds. Cut '£ cup butter or margarine into *, mixture cf JJ teaspoon cinnamon and /2 cup EACH flour and sugar; stir in almonds. Prepare b l u e b e r r y muffin mix as package directs, turning batter into greased 8-inch square pan. Spoon almond mixture over top. B a k e in 400-degree (hot) oven 20 to 22 minutes. Serve warm. Misses Harris, Murray Are Among Recent Brides Justice- Harris A Nuptial Mass at Holy TIPPING YOUR hand that a surprise party is in progress is frequently very difficult to do, if the surprisee is totally unprepared. That was the case when Dora and Andrew Wallace of Wilmington, entertained at a shh-shh surprise reception for Emma and Hans Strieker, 333 Orange Ave, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary party in the hosts' home last Sunday. Seems that Dora, thinking Emma and Hans were well out of the way, temporarily, scurried though from kitchen to dining room with the anniversary cake -- only to meet head on with Fmma, B a t e v e n t h e n E m m a tumbled not at att. W h e n g u e s t s arrived though, both honorees did, and no wonder. Friends from B u e n a Park. Huntington Besch. Ben, Los Angeles, Hollywood. Santa Ana, Wilmington. Long Beach--even New Jersey--came pouring in and then the secret was out, of course. The Wallaces, Jong time friends of the 40th date couple, had more than cake to note the day. Mrs. W. had cooked a full fledged dinner to do justice to the occasion. Apparently Emma, knowing she was guest of honor at what she thought was to be a tete-a-tete affair, stayed r clear of the kitchen and INDEPENDENT--P«q« 8-5 never noticed the cumber of bowls, pots and pans in use for the big. big dinner served. BILLED AS a comedy in two acts, Take Her, She's Mice" -- Magnolia's current offering -- had a very gala third act included during premiere performance last weekend. After the rurtain calls, Marian (Mrs. Roland) Bach, first nighters* head of Magnolia, changed the second act scene, set the stage for a party, complete with lace · tablecloth on the t a b l e , crystal b o w l of bubbly punch, and toads of spicy and/or s w e e t tidbits for nibbling (and did they eat well, especially those hard working actors). A m o n g the hostesses (beautifully gowned, incidentally, to do couture honor to the auspicious opening) were Ronella (Mrs. Leslie) Murphy, Aimee (Mrs. Lee) Benno. J e a n (Mrs. Fred) Capouch, Jane (Mrs. William) Rhorer and Lillian (Mrs. Walter) Crawford. Needless to say, star Lyle .* I Mrs. Kenneth W. Harrell James M. HarreU of Bellflower at Olivet Baptist Church in Lynwood. The bride chose a Chan- Innocents Catholic Church titty lace over net gown with Talbot and Pat Brown, direc- united Mary Margaret Harris a j weet heart neckline for her tor, were delighted with the and Timothy Dean Justice in · tt - e j ( ji n g_ Her veil fell from rest of the on-stage gang for a crown of sequins and pearls. marriage. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weddle of Tonasket, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harris of Long Beach. The bride wore a formal the festive tribute. Others mingling with ac- Janice Murray was maid tors on party-stage were the of honor and Thomas R. Bill Woodworths, LesI.e Ir- Boettcher best man. Other wins . Laurence Ruffs. Louis members of the bridal party ttaglers, F l o y d Websters, included Melta W h e e l e r . William Dunbars, Vera Gar- gown of Alencon lace with Cheri Hair, Don Harrell and rons - Hlrr y Newtons and Richard Judd. The former Miss Murray the Harry Lees. train and a seed pearl CTOWTI. Her sister, Mrs. Michael Me- .,, ,, ,, , Nalty was her matron of graduated from M a y f a i r LJ,.,- (-lam A n d honor. Mary Barker was High School. Her husband is naVe _riam /M1U bridesmaid. _ » Paramount High School graduate. The couple honeymooned in Big Bear and are now it at home in Paramount. Michael Reinhart served the bridegroom as best man and M i c h a e l McNaHy ushered. The new Mrs. Justice graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended Long CdSSeTOie Note Beach City College. Her husband also attended LBCC. Mix instant toasted onions Monte Vista Court, Order of Amaranth, will have a ham and egg breakfast at Veterans P a r k Clubhouse, 101 E. 28th St. Sunday. Breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. to I p.m. with Jeanne GiU as chairman. There will be no meeting March 6, due to Grand Harwell- Murray On eta Maye M u r r a y , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford D. Murray of Lakewood exchanged wedding vows with Kenneth W. Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. with bread crumbs and use Court being held in Sacra as a topping for casseroles, mento. FOR RENT [icIm'T* beck Ti«* teenl « fntfcon* Apotnnti OLIVE GRAHAM GO, UALTOIS SOQ [AST OCtAN Htmfoct 2-lttl $150 TO $350 About 1,500 pairs in each store DRESSY SHOES MID HEELS* HIGH HEELS, SANDALS PUMPS Pl'COXI DESALLE MR. SEYMOUR AGNES SORREIL HERBERT LEVKE RED CROSS SABRHA D'ANTONIO PREMIER DA visa MADAMOISELLE DOLMODE SW1S5ETTE PIRODEE SATLM MISS DEI BROKZINI GEPETTO PAGANO DIXELLA $12 SHOES SIS SHOES $17.50 SHOES $20 SHOES * EVEN $25 SHOES AND HERE'S WHY 44; SUDDENLY REDUCED TO $ 8 A PAIR 4 45 45 43 4 4 4 4 4* 4 4 4i 4! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T« 41 TCI 4 4 4 4 4} AZUMA HINA MATSURI AZUMA GIFT 2070 SANTA We're stuck with a b o u t 8,000 pairs of shoes. They're decent, people-fearing shoes. But they aren't petting enough love and attention from our customers. All right, help us out. We've made them much lovelier by reducing all their prices. Now they're all ?8 a pair. You see, the smarter we buy the shoes, the more tve will buy some styles that many women tvill like better than other styles. So they buy more of those. And therefore less of the others. That means, of course, that the smarter we »re, the more fhoes we are apt to have left over that some women didn't liVe as well as some of the other styles. However, we do not expect you to jadjre how smart we are by the quantity. 8,000 pairs, that we have kft over. Some were left over for x different reason. Some were kit over because the whole bunch in that particular style sold so fast that we BO longer have a complete range of sires and colors. We have one ol this size, cr one of that color. We rfo so much business, and we have so many customers, that even these unloved shoes will soon find owners who do love them. However, they take op shelf space and our shelves are now much too crowded. So we're putting an $3 marV- down section of unloved ihoes in each of our five stores. Hereafter well not only have complete selections of the very latest styles, leathers, fabrics and colors at tut prices. But also well have a section cf super bargains reduced from oar own stocks to clear at f 3. . · ~*~ STANDARD SHOE STORES Shoft for the entire family of rut rclr pricet! 2153 BELLFLOWER BLVD. LONG BEACH -- GE 4-0775 Opt. MOB. tkra Fri. 1:10 to » pjn. -- Sot. 1:30 to t -- S««. 101» S AMPLE PARKING ot rear ef store 43 41 43 43 41 4? e 4f. *; * i ·4

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