Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 16
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F B4_INDEPENDENT en*. »««. A*rt 1 Caroline Shuff Says Vows Mrs. Gordon Getz Caroline Shuff became the brine of Gordon Getz in a Urge formal ceremony at SL Timothy Lutheran Church here March 21 The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris R Shuff, 5271 El Parque, wore a bouffant gown of Italian silk lace flower frosted with pearls and crystals. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis, and white butterfly orchids. Performing the service was Bishop Lowell PJU! Wadle, the bride's grandfather. Attendants included Bettie Hewlett, maid of honor, and Lesley Pearsall, {Catherine Stack. Katherine Davis and Dawn Swansea, bridesmaid. Ted Ford was best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Getz, 28403 Stirrup Road, Miraleste, Tad Jones, Robert Lemley, John Costdlo ind Jack Dilday seated the guests. * * * THE NEW Mrs. Getz, who was graduated from Wilson High, attends Long Beach State College. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta, Sophomore Rally Princess and a song girl for Commission. The bridegroom was graduated from Long Beach State. While there he served as president of Statesman, was a recipient of the Blue Key and Gold Nugget awards and held membership in Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Following a honeymoon in Hawaii, the r.ewlyweds wll make their home in Torrance. Wedding Days Near for Engaged Couples Jordan- Wilhite Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Rodriguez Suckel of Long Beach have announced that her daughter, Victoria Diane Jordan, will become the bride of Terrell Grant Wilhite this summer. The bride-to-be, who also . Is the daughter of Otto Sherman Jordan of Rancho Cordova, a t t e n d s Long Beach State College where she is a member of Little Sisters of Maranatha. Her fiance, research engineer for a local aviation 'company, is the son of Mr. ; and Mrs. Gomer Milton Wilhite. Seal Beach, He attend- t fd Long Beach City College and received his bachelor of * science degree from Long · Beach State College. He is · member of Alpha Gamma . Omega. Charron- Saifer Clara Christine Charron "and Harry Sailer will ex, change wedding vows in a spring marriage ceremony, , her parents, Mr. and Mrs. , W. F. Charron of Long Beach, have announced. Miss Charron is a graduate of Long Beach City College and Long Beach State College. She is active ·in Long Beach Community · Playhouse and is a member of Beta Sigma Phi ' -Her fiance, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siiter, is a resident of South Gate. Carier- Wood Jury 6 has been chosen as their wedding date by Patricia Carter and Donald Wood. Announcement of the forthcoming nuptials was made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glea Carter. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wood, also of this city. The brid«lect was graduated from Jordan High School H«r fiance attended Polytechnic High School. Plan Reception for Newlyweds Newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Van Dyke will be honored at a post-nuptial reception at 2 p.m. Sunday in St. Thomas E p i s c o p a l Church. The bride is the former Patti Greenig. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Greenig, and is a graduate of Millikan High School. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Van Dyke Sr., was graduated from Lakewood High and attended Long Beach City College. The young people are residing at 45 W. 52nd St Oswald Jacoby Transfer Bid Ins and Outs How does the Jacoby Transfer Bid handler two. suiter opposite an opening no-trump? Is there any way to transfer to both suits? The answer to thj second question is "No." The ani- wer to the first is that responder transfers to one suit and then bids the other. This bid of a new suit after a transfer bid is a further' forcing bid. Thus, South's two heart bid is the transfer to spades and his three rwart bid Auxiliary to Fete New Provisionals New members of Community Hospital Auxiliary wul be honored *t the arena! membership tea to be held Thursday in tte home of Mrs. Richard Dach. 235 Bennett Are. Forty provisionils, who will begin a year of training in May, will be welcomed by the general membership. Mrs. Harry, Orme, auxiliary president. Mrs. William Lockyer, social chairman, and Mrs. Dach will receive guests. Carrying out the spring theme, the tea table will be decorated with pastel flowers with the auxiliary colors of pink and white predominating. * · * · ASSISTING Mrs. Lockyer, who is in charge of the event, win be Mmes. Graham Baud, Edmond DaMhausen. F. a Mosher. Hal Sleet, Richard Widetkk and Emil Lubick. The auxiliary, incorporated six years ago, last week announced that $7,500 has been donated to Walter Oliver, hospital administrator, for equipment in the new intensive cars unit. The unit, with electronic contrsJs, enables one nurse to maintain constant check on several patients. Girl Scout Leaders Study Newly Revised Program. ages 9 to 11; Cadette Girl Scouts, ages 12 to 11; and Senior Girl Scouts, ages 13 10 17. Mrs. Hensel is being aided on the program change training team by Mmes. Laurence Hines, Tex Western. Carmen Wheeler, Vir. ginia Kindberg and Miss Florence Ann Newsom. YOUNG HEART .... furniture for studio and efficiency apartments that can star in a larger home. All basic needs are included in this room from the 87 piece "Bon- witz" collection by Basic-Witr. Designed by Sanford Wallack in contemporary, it displays such first-anywhere features as the headboard desk (in background) whose accessorizing mirror is framed in anodized aluminum to match drawer pulls. Tables and chairs in correlated butternut and pecan woods are finished in a warm spice tone. A 90-inch platform base supports chest, commode and TV. Speaker cabinets, shelves, bar and storage cabinet are wall-hung. (Available locally.) Speakers New Officers Style Tea Compete for PEOs Thursday " m · »-,, _1_ « r «w I · f A wave of training has hit the Greater Long Beach Girl Scout Council. Six hundred experienced leaders, neighborhood service teams, board members and board committee members are registered for the six study sessions currently under -way at six locations throughout the city. .The study sessions, under chairmanship of Mrs. Joseph W. Hansel, program change TELL THE PUBLIC about launching coordinator, will the dance, raffle, or rummage continue through April 30. sale through an inexpensive The local meetings are a Classified ad. Dial HE 2-5359 part of a nationwide pro- today, gram of becoming acquaint-I, | [ | M [ | | 1M||- |||[|l|| ed with new handbooks for the revised program. Each stage of the training program win build on what has gone before; there are built-in provisions for letting girls know what lays ahead in Girl Scouting: there will be suggestions to help new troops and leaders get started on * "real" Scouting program. TTEST XORTTI CD) A K T V A Q 1 S « AE( EAST V 10 2 « J f T 4 *KQ10 V « f 4Q10J5 4 A J T 3 2 SOOTH A A Q t f l V K J T « » 4 S Z Both voteeratle Xcrrtk Exit Sooth VTrvt 1N.T. Pas* "2V Pass 2* Pau 3V Pass 4 * Pass 4V Piss 5V Pass « V Pass Pass Pass k*d-- £K THE STRANGER IN THE MIRROR How long has it been since you rnfly Iked v.Kit yoj siw in the mirror? Since you tried to avoid seeing thosa fine fan and fine wrinkles? Kovr runy limes hx.e yo-j wondered H anytn-nj could be done to firm drooprg contocrx oc check and cnm? women fave already found a »iy to noticeable improvement in these tiaJ areas, for the* women, «heir mirror has once jjain become more fnendh/. \vy you knew the secret of tbeir successful beauty caret You cm... b-_-t don't deky. find out about Zeigfer Cetuty Care ... a fabulous rew scientific method; fcadred fcy jrjirs of research, that has brought a more youthful facia! appearance to rrjny women (and oenO who use it \\fcywah2Yoa owe ft to tf-Jt stranger h tte mtiror la *ct now. fat complete details on ZergTer Eewty Care and a free benrty booklet Cafl Celect FAccSry 1-1 773. Or writt 17I20SoitkWeUtr» A«. Gardtna, CaCferiTa shows that he has hearts also, and is a further fore- ins bid. · * * * NORTH just has 16 high card points, but he notes that he may have just the right cards for a slam. His four diamond bid can't really be showing a diamond suit and must be a slam try of sorts. Smith rebids four hearts confirming his two suiter and North goes to five ; hearts. He does not use Black wood because it won't do him any good to know about one ace--he wants to know about South's club holding. South looks at his singleton chib and bids the slam which is a lay down. Of course, the slam might be bid in any system. It just happens that the transfer bid made it easy. · For more erocrt »dWt en *jy ·« *« rvrtfw order vow CODY of *·*!· ar B-dgr v/ifli Oswald JKOCV" Jus* Mntf «u,.^..«* rir ^ B - - i-w £v EVER-READY HELPERS: Classified ads. Use 'em often to solve your budget problems. Saturday International Toastois- tress. South West Region Council I, will me«t Saturday at Lakewood Country Club for a spring conference from 9 a.m. to 4-30 pjn. The theme will be "Music of Words." Morning workshops will be held following a coffee hour from 9 to 10 a m Area I, II, III and IV speech contest winners wiU compete in the afternoon. Ann Cook is conference c h a i r m a n ; Marie Louise Hansen is Council 1 chairman; L y d i a Hair.es is speech contest chairman. ANNOUNCED WINNERS to date include: Area I. Pat S u l l i v a n of- San Pedro Mrs. Frank M. Taylor was introduced as the new president of Long Beach District PEO Reciprocity Bureau during a recent luncheon meeting at A s s i s t a n c e League House. She succeeds Mrs. James B. Murray. Other new board members presented were Mmes. Ivan Eaton, C. E. Farrand, A. B. Steele and J. D. Speer. The day also honored new and retiring leaders of the 26 PEO Chapters which comprise Long Beach District. Chapter NT members were the day's hostesses. Ann Rathrf, soloist, was featured in a musical program accompanied by Annette Gridley. CASH IS EASY to raise Toastmistress, first; Marie »hen you use Classified to Lirdsey of Gen-Tel Women sell articles. Call HE 2-5359. Toast--Jstrtss. second. Area II. AUyne Byles of Philomela Toastmistress, first; Mrs. Earnest Johnson of Eulalie Toastmistress, second. Area HI, Kathryne Smith of Real-Etts Toastmistress, first; June Burke of Santa Ana Toastm-stress, second. Kappa Kappa G a m m a Mother's dub. Delta T*u Chapter, will have its annual benefit fashion show tea Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the chapter house at USC campus, 7IS W. 28th St.. Los Angeles. More than 400 invitations have been issued to alumnae and parents. · « · · ACTIVE Kappa Kappa Gamma members at USC from this area include Pamela Chace.and Judy Jones, who will model spring fashions along with Joyce Bowman of Santa Ana. Other local chapter members ire Kathy Davis, Sandra Hubbell, the chapter president, and Carol Rolkx Mmes. 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