Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 15
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-By IOLA MASTESSON- WHY GROW OLD? Just One Thing to Do for Backache--Get Rid of It liy JOSEPHINE LOVVMAN INDEPENDENT-P.g. B 5 Lwf tuck. C*U. MM. taut t, 1*1 Mrs. Jerry T. Jeffery Mrs. Paul J. Volava Jr. Mrs. Joel E. Smith Jr. Local Couples Say Vows Before 200 pucsts at Trinity Lutheran Church. Sheila Lorraine Eslingcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Es- lincer. 2518 Olive Av'e.. became the bride of Jerry Thomas Jeffery, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Jeffery, 220 Cola Avc. Wearing a ballerina length gown of organza and Chantilly lace, she was preceded to the altar by Mrs. William Roy, matron of honor, Jeannie Payton and Mrs. Larry Sands, bridesmaids. Completing the wedding party were James Jeffery, brother of the bridegroom, best man; Uuane L. Eslinger. brother of the bride, and James Nakamura, ushers. Both the bride and bridegroom were graduated from Poly High School and currently are attending Long Beach City College. Votava-Carpenlcr Following a honeymoon at Bic Bear, ncwlywcds Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Votava Jr. (Lora K. Carpenter) are residing at 2024 Locust Avc. She is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carpenter, 5473 Ceritos Ave.; he is son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Votava, Lynwood. For the nuptials, performed at South Gate First Baptist Church, the bride wore a waltz length gown of white Alencon lace. Bridal attendants were Sheri Mitchell, maid of honor, and Joyce Carpenter, the bride's sister, flower girl. Bruce Luhmann served the bridegroom as best man. The 150 guests were seated by Richard Votava, bridegroom's brother, and Guy Wicks. The new Mrs. Votava is a graduate of Poly High and LBCC School of Nursing. Her bridegroom presently attends Northcap Institute of Technology. Smilh-Llndscy Lakcwood Village Community Church was scene of the ceremony in which Joan Dorenc Lindsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Lindscy. 3622 Charlemagne Ave., became the bride of Joel E. Smith Jr., Abilene, Tex. Preceded to the altar by her sister. Mrs. James Mundy, matron of honor, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle. Her bridesmaids were Mmes. Robert Voss, Miles Beacom and Howard Pace. James Mundy served as best man. The 150 guests were seated by Robert Voss, Jerry Pate and Joe Henry Bauphman. An alumna of Millikan High School, the bride was graduated from St. Vincent College of Nursing. Her bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Smith, Minden, La., was graduated from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, where he was affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha. Omicron Delta Kappa and Pi Tau Sigma. Following a honeymoon in Palm Springs, the newlyweds will make their home in Abilene. MOVING without benefit of van has been In vogue for Verna and Ray Larsen. She returned Saturday from Clinton, Iowa, (birthplace of the "No California" rumor) after a trip to Florida with Ray plus a vacation in Jamaica. · · · · IN ADDITION to dell- clous, guess you could call Andy Gassoway'i holcakes the most gallant In town. He's always cooking up a storm, It seems, for some good cause. Currently he will turn over his new hotcake house, Anaheim and Pacific, for a pre-orxnlng day breakfast to benefit the Red Cross on Palm Sunday, April 15. So plan right now to cat hotcakcs. waffles, sausage, bacon and eggs for philanthropy. You can get your tickets from Betty Benwell oral R C h c a d q ua r t e r s . Among .the .canteen .crew who will turn waitress for the day are Mary Tointon, Marguerite .Border, . E d n a Neuman, Amy Smith, Belle WCTU Sets County Meet Three local chapters of Women's Christian Temper ance Union will meet for a Los Angeles County Insti tute Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in First Christian Church. Taking part will be First Union, hostess chapter, with Olive C. Pound presiding, and North Long Beach and East Long Beach Union. Zorra E. Glasscy, county president, will preside at the institute program. Music will be provided by Mary Stone and Bee Entcrline, First Union. Conrad. Reba Langsdale and Katie Turner. They may not serve with as much aplomb as the pros but by golly you'll get the biggest smile with your orange juice you ever saw. · · · * THE POWER of a superlative pancake not only won Sally Sommers the grand prize In Seventeen Magazine's favorite recipe contest but a job In a pancake house (Sim's on E. -tin St.) as well. And you better believe It. they've changed their pancake formula to the one made famous by their new employe! · * * · SEQUEL to a surprise story: When Pat and Wes Morton returned from their surprise 25th wedding anniversary trip to Hawaii (a gift from their children) lo, and behold, they were in for still one more celebration. The neighbors had a follow-up cocktail party for them at Joan and Don Stages--gifted them with a beautiful silver champagne cooler and tray. We might well say that many women carry their housework on their backs. The backache is one of the commonest of all ailments and many physicians feel about half such cases are due to psychological factors. So much is known now about the repercussions of the emotions on the body that ideas which would once have seemed as ridiculous as flying around the earth are now conceded to be facts. If you feel resentment toward your housework, if you are bored or discouraged by it, your back may help you out by developing a pain to save you from tasks you dislike, and the pain is real. Of course the same may be true of any situation which arouses damaging and distressing emotions. HOWEVER, t h e r e are many many other causes. Therefore if you suffer with a continuing backache, you should seek com'petent medical advice. Often the remedy is very simple. For instance your backache may come Special Medicated Soap for Sensitive Skin Clinically tested. Anti-mlcrobhi. Suprrrrr.cllialrd. fJeocura® (ASC-4) flUcs Icng-lasting anti-bacterial eclion. Soothing cmo !i- cnts hc'p heal slin, retain njljral cils. Exccl'ent fcr ccrrectivo daily treatment cl s"nsitivo s' in. GUEST SIZE SAMPLE: for sa-rpV bif, send t(V for handling lo: CuticaM. Do» C-J. f/urus. ·. Vjssio'.uS' !!s. O;it. 151 World's Most V/idely Used Medicated Skin Soap I rum poor posture, lax muscles, from improper shoes, or from sleeping on a mattress which is too soft, lumpy or sagging. There are also more serious causes s u c h as kidney disease, arthritis, a slipped disk, pall bladder disease, female trouble, stomach trouble or pulled ligaments. A nagging backache can dampen a women's zest for life and is therefore a serious matter even if the cause is not serious. The main thing is to get rid of it. Even doctors sometimes have difficulty in discovering the · cause, so do not indulge in a guessing game yourself. Let your physician decide. · · · * SOME backaches come from tension, especially in the region of the neck. Sometimes heat will relieve this. In his helpful book. Family Medical Encyclopedia, tha noted Dr. Justus J. Schif- feres. Director of the Health Education Council s a y i. "Prevention of backache in" Its most common forms can be partly achieved by developing good posture, good sleeping habits, and a good level of general health; by avoiding overweight, strain, and accident (learn how to lift properly); by dodging communicable diseases or getting prompt treatment for them; and by cultivating a high level of mental health." COUNTING CALORIES? The firmness nf your hie counlJ importjntly. too. Often a diet firtf jffe1$ your ficiil jppeir- ince. Read how to care for your "fjciil fipure" while you diet in the highly interesting booklet, "Your Two luces". 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