Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 39
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 39

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 39
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fag« B--- INDEPENDENT «·"· ··**· ««"«·· «» ·**· ». "* Vi/LD HMVES v.^-s ,.-,. on' slogan c On i I l l By IOLA MASTERSON ,1. P-T secltly Editor rrtc I I I or Eugene Tinchers honored at golden anniversary fete ANY BUCKEYES In this area who happen to be alumni of Ohio State University will be interested in a couple of party facts and figures. OSU Alum Associ-. at ion, Long Beach Chapter, is;building lip steam for another of their gala parties. This' one will be a cock- tailibuffet April 2 at the Sampan Restaurant, 420 S. Brookhurst, A n a h e i m . A small, enthusiastic gang of OSU. alums, in Long Beach received their charier from · the,'university in 1956. Since then the chapter has burgeoned and now includes members scattered through- out'Orange County as well as' residents of Torrance, Downey, Palos Verdes. Be- .lieye it or not, they have 500 alumni on their list. Committee for this party · Includes Ken Hazelton, chapter president, and his wife, ·Ruth, also Jicn's .brother Richard Hazelton and his wife,' Riith. That's right. TKeir wives are both named Ruih. What's more another brother Jim Hazelton also belongs to the chapter and --.'TVeli, how. DID you guess iUJ^His wife's name is also Riith. ^Others of the committee are^Gieorg'e and Carol Nye of la'kewodd, Kenneth and Ber- nicgi Hurley, Long Beach, Ed arid.-.Pat Repic, Orange, and Kefr Woods, Garden Grove. If you haven't received no- tice or are an OSU alum new to the area who didn't know about this fun chapter contact Ken Hazelton, who lives on Southwestern Avenue in Anaheim, or George Nye who lives on Pimenta Avenue, or the Hurleys, whose home is on Roxanne Avenue, Long Beach. The chapter has three or four parties each year and they keep growing in size, fellowship and gaiety. · BIG CHANGE is in store for Bill and Nancy Hall. They leave about mid-month for Longview, Wash., where Bill, with a lumber and paper products firm, is being transferred by his company. The Halls have a home waiting for them on one and a half acres of land that backs'right up to the edge of a forest. Quite a switch after- having resided for a number of years in a home on a 40 by 80 foot lot in Naples. Among farewell parties was a cocktail and dinner given the Halls by Don and Rosemary .Leedom and Ron and Mary Sue Ritter. Cocktails at the Leedoms first was followed by dinner and dancing at Long B e a c h Yacht Club for 30 good friends of the honorees. · DONT KNOW w h i c h birthday Fran Berk was celebrating but bet she's rarely had a livelier one than her March, 1966 observance. She was honoree at a surprise party given at the home of Walter and Jessie Hillinger in Seal Beach. · Theme of the evening was "Goodby to the 30's" and guests c a m e dressed in clothes to fit that era. They saw old time' movies .and danced to recorded tunes of Glen Miller and the Andrews Sisters. In fact, everyone had such fun, . t h e m e 'really should have been "Hooray for the "30s!" A few in the crowd were Bert and . Annette Resnik, Carl and Bev Lyse, "Hilly" and Sally Chasin, Glenn and Jan Anderson. Also Perry and Lee Alhadiff, Tommy and Joyce Thompson, Denny and Dorothy Denkensohn. St. Patrick's concert, dance is scheduled Clan and Lady MacDonald Lodges will have a St. Patrick's concert and dance Saturday at 8 p.m. in Machinist Hall, 728 Elm Ave. The public may purchase tickets from Mrs. James McQueen, 3140 Golden Ave., William McGregor; 2935^ Vista St. or at the door. Music will be provided by Mac Shaw's orchestra and refreshments will be served. Long Beach pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tincher wore honored at a farnliy dinner this week in Brow- cr's Retaurant m celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. A native of La .Verne, Calif., Mr. Tincher 'moved with his family to Long Beach in 1888. He attended Long Beach High School, now known as Poly High, where he met his future wife, the former Anna Mussetter. After his graduation from Stanford University School of Law, Tincher opened !aw offices in Long Beach in 'Showboat 1 to be theme for chorus Civic Chorus will sing a concert, "Showboat Comin'," next Sunday at 3 p.m. in Jefferson Junior High School Auditorium. . The program will include camp meeting songs, barbershop tunes and typical showboat numbers and will conclude with "Waitin* for the Robert E. Lee" by Muir and "Hold My Mule" by Hairston. Jack Groh is diVector. Members of the.chorus will be in costume and dances will enliven the performance. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m.; admission is free. Th chorus is sponsored by 'Long Beach Recreation Department. : 1914 and continues to practice with one of his sons. * « * * THE TINCHERS w e r e married March 7, 1916, in First Baptist Church, then located at Fourth Street and Locust Avenue. They are parents of two sons, Marvin Eugene and Don Earl Tincher, and the grandparents of five. One of the first Public Affairs Commissioners for the City of Long Beach, Mr. Tincher filled elective posts, including president, for 20 years on the Board of Education of Long Beach Unified School District. He also was president of California School Trustees Association, board member of Long Beach YMCA, past president of Southwest Area YMCA Council and a member of the YM International He is a former lieutenant governor of District 13', Kiwanis International, and a past master of his Masonic Lodge. * * * * MRS. TINCHER gained recognition as a singer in productions by the Opera Workshop and as soloist at weddings. A past president of Ebell Club and a member of PEO Sisterhood, she has been active in community events throughout her life. Both are members of Recreation Park Lawn Bowling Club. Mr. Tincher w a s a member of the team which won the 1962 international championship for men's doubles. MR. AND MRS. EUGENE TINCHER BOB WILSON EgyplTan Pharmacy 2nd and Nioto CLARENCE WAGNER Wagner Pharmacy Seventh Redondo "PAL" TENKHOFF Tcrmino Pharmacy 4th »nd Tcrmino HAROLD RAISE Vermillion's Rex a II Pharmacy No. 2 1201 E. Canon STAN NICKLE Stan Nicklt Pharmacy 3400 E. Anaheim PRESCRIPTIONS ARE TODAY'S BIGGEST BARGAINS A PRESCRIPTION IS A RECIPE FOR HEALTH- JOHN BELL Bell'i Pharmacy Fourth and Orang» GEO. VERMILLION Vermillion'i California Pharmacy 5344 LB. Blvd. -- and your physician's scientific diagnosis and careful decision as to the best method of treating your particular illness is certainly a recipe for health. Medical science long ago gave up the search for a medical "cure- all." Each sickness requires special treatment to fit the particular case. The medicine that helped Alice may be of no value whatsoever for Uncle John. In fact, it might cause trouble if used inad- visedly. Second only to the responsibility of the doctor is the responsibility of the pharmacist who compounds and dispenses the prescribed medication. Remember: Money cannot buy good health -- it is priceless. See your doctor periodically for a health check-up. P. S. We carry a complete stock of first-aid and sickroom supplies. GORDON ALLRED Allied Reiall Drug 2101 Pacific Ave. save 40% to 50% on sweaters from a famous designer 12.99 tO 34.99 EO WAGNER Gordon-Wagner Pharmacy (601 Orangt Av«. HARRY BROWN Vermillion'i Rexalf Dfug No. 3 Cherry A Anaheim RICHARD D. TEAD Wag Mr Pharmacy 7th Recforx/a Check the Names Here for the Pharmacy Nearest You! 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