Independent from Long Beach, California on February 1, 1960 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

Long Beach, California
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Monday, February 1, 1960
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Brother's Wife's Keeper By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: We are having a big mix-up in our family. A cousin of ours recently died and left a young widow. A brother of the dead man is doing double duty and has been acting like a husband to this widow. He is married. He says the Bi ble says it is a l l r i g h t . Where in the ADBY Bible does it OK such goings on? DOUBTER DEAR DOUBTER: Your cousin is probably referring to DEUTERONOMY 25:5 and following verses wherein it states that a woman who has been widowed without offspring may seek relations with her husband's brother. Your cousin is using this passage to suit his own purpose. He must surely know that this Deutero- noinic law has fallen out of use because of the moral and legal changes in our civilization. DEAR ABBY: After our company Christmas party there was a lot of talk because the husbands and wives of the employes were not invited. I was on (he Christmas party planning committee and I think the public should know that ail the employes in OUR company were asked for a secret bal- Enrollment Tuesday in Art Classes Spring semester day and evening art classes will he- gin Tuesday on the Lakewood campus of Long Beach City College. Enrollment is onen to interested adults of the community as well as to art majors and general college students. Evening classes available include jewelry and enameling, pottery, drawing and painting (beginning and advanced) and art structure. Day classes include apparel analysis, house furnishings, lettering and layout and many others designed both for the general student and the art major. The City College art building, located at Faculty Ave. and Harvey Way, is equipped with painting studios, extensive facilities for jewelry and pottery and a graphic arts laboratory. Registration information may be obtained by telephoning the college. lot to decide whether or not the husbands and wives of the employes should be included. It was almost 100 per cent in favor of the husbands and wives staying home. ON THE COMMITTEE * * * * DEAR ABBY: Last summer the plant where my husband works gave their annual picnic and it was one of those "no wives and no husbands" deals. I wish you could have heard the stories they told about it afterwards. T h e y g a v e prizes for "mixed wrestling matches." (Men and women.) Some men fell in the lake with their clothes on and my own dear husband came home at two the next morning stiffer than a billy- goat. Pair to Wed in April Rite Nancy Carol Robbins Mr. and Mrs. G. Frank Robbins have announced the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Carol, to Kenneth Robert Voloshen, son of Mrs. Peter D. Voloshen of Glendale, and the late Mr. Voloshen. The affianced couple first revealed plans to wed at a party given by Miss Judy Nelson at Club San Moritz, Crestline; later members of their families learned the romantic news at an intimate dinner party. The bride-elect, a graduate of Pasadena City College, and her f i a n c e , a graduate of Glendale Junior College and Colorado State, w i l l exchange wedding vows April 2. Blue Danube 'Star' of Film "The Beautiful Blue Danube," fifth in the current film-lecture series sponsored by the Long Beach City College General Adult Division, opens at 8 p.m. today in the Wilson High school auditorium. The program will be repeated Tuesday at Jordan, Wednesday at Millikan, Thursday of Poly and Friday at Lakewood High School. Tickets will be available at the door each evening. Narrator will be Curtis Nagel, co-producer with William Moore of this film and of the award-winning "Rhine Journey." In their documentary on the Danube Basin, Nagel and Muure trace tlk: famous river from its source in the Black Forest through open country, medieval towns and such cities as Ulm, Passau and Vienna. So when the plant announced their a n n u a l Christmas party, also without husbands and wives, I wouldn't let my husband go. He's still mad at me. Was 1 wrong? 'MRS. C. DEAR MRS. C.: Not under t h e circumstances. Don't worry, he'll get over it in time to butter you up for the annual picnic. * * * * C O N F I D E N T I A L TO "HOPING": Don't look for a reconciliation. She loves hating you too much. * a * * "WHAT'S your problem?" For a personal reply, write to Abby in care of this paper and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. P-T.A. Unit Plans Honor for Founders The ever-widening shere of P-T.A. influence since its founding in America in 1897 will be theme for Long Beach Council of Parents and Teachers as it observes Founders Day Tuesday at Our Saviours L u t h e r a n Cnurch, 370 Junipero Ave. L o c a l a s s o c i a t i o n founders day chairmen will serve as hostesses for a 9 a.m. coffee hour at which lime council past presidents, s c h o o l principals, directors of the Board of Education, school administrators, council advisory board members, and district and state officers will be guests of honor. * * * * GUEST speaker following the coffee hour will be Muhyeddin Jassim of Iraq who is in Long Beach working on his masters degree at State College. He will be presented by Mrs. Henry Van Dyke, Founders Day chairman. Mrs. C. II. Culbertson, 33rd District first v i c e president, will give the inspirational. Honorary life membership will he presented by Mrs. Carl Ralston. 2105 East 4th St. (1 Block East of Cherry) Open Mon. and Fri. Nights . . . 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. DRESS Over 250 Cocktail, Casual, Dressy by Miss Elliott, Rothschild, Serbin, Don Loper, Others Regular $14.98 Regular $25.98 Regular $39.88 SIZES 8 to 20 ENTIRE STOCK FAMOUS NAmc SWEATERS and SKIRTS DRASTICALLY REDUCED! Fur Blend and Bulky Sweaters -- Wool Skirts in all wanted colors and fabrics. Charge 111 ... the Your International or Banlcamericord 2105 East 4th St. Phone HE 4-2323 Open House for Alumnae Mrs. John R. Marsh will open her home, 3522 Lemon Ave., Tuesday for a noon luncheon and meeting of Long Beach Phi Beta alumnae. Mrs. R. N. Spensley and E. Grady Barnett will assist. Joseph Reuf, head librarian of Brewitt Branch, Long Beach Public Library, will discuss current best sellers in both fiction and non-fiction. Mrs. Dale R. Leisy, president, will conduct the brief business session and the day will conclude wi.'.h bridge. All Gamma Phi Betnr, are welcome and may contact the hostesses for reservations. Bee's Famous 1-Price PERMANENTS Macbinclcsi Machine Cold Wave 6 Ql J 8 Creme Shampoo and Wave. $6 Includes crcmc rinse No Appointment Necessary BEE'S Iloaui.y Shop 2337 L X G REACH BLVD. OA 4-1010 MISS PEACH By Mell -EXCEPT MARC/A, WHO RECEIVE? TWO- WHICH MEANS TWO' ves, . 6R/AWVS. AHP EVERYONE Receiver? ON6 VOTf... HAS EVERY PUPIL IN THE SCHOOL MAPB HIS1»UPIL OF THE YEAR Emblem Club Newiyweds Honeymoon n Hawaii Slates Gala Benefit Show Among first of the spring-themed parties will be a benefit-luncheon and fashion show being given by Long Beach Emblem Club at the Hawaiian Restaurant, 4645 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., next Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Fashions from local dress shops will feature afternoon a n d evening styles and will be modelled by members of the hostess club. Mrs. R. A. Berg is serving as fashion coordinator. :J; :;: :? * TABLE decorations will carry out a two-fold pur-- pose. Large red and white hearts will salute not only the spring season and St. Valentine's Day but the Heart Guild, as well, which will receive proceeds from the affair to aid in the tremendous program to fight heart disease. Mrs. George Keeney, general chairman, says the public is welcome. Tickets may be purchased at the AGO Chapter Meets Tuesday Long Beach Chapter of American Guild of Organists will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for dinner and a program at Immanuel Baptist Church, 3rd St. and Obispo Ave. M a r g a r e t Whitney Dow, of the organ faculty at Redlands University, will give a lecture-recital on Bach Chorales. Selections will be played on the three-manual Aeolian- Skinner organ. The public is invited. Coffee Hour Set for Relief Corps Long Beach Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to GAR, will meet for an 11:30 a.m. coffee hour Wednesday in Veterans Bldg., with business session slated at 12:30 p.m. Charley Veleta Yearn will preside. Aids meet for covered- dish luncheon Feb. 9 in MiicArthur Park. Honeymooning in Hawaii, vhere they will r e m a i n tirough the month of Feb uary, are Lt. (jg) and Mrs. David Anthony Dungan, who vere married in Skaggs Memorial Chapel, Salt Lake City, Utah, by Elder T. C. Jacob en of Latter-Day Saints Church. , r The bride is the former anet Holt, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. DeLamar Holt, Salt .ake City; the bridegroom's larents are Lee Dungan and vlrs. Evelyn Zandbergen, both if Long Beach. Following the ceremony, a eception honoring the couple vas given in Salt Lake City .viation Club. The bride wore formal gown of satin anc Chantilly lace and was at- ended by her sister, Marlene Holt, as maid of honor; an- ither sister, Kathryn Holt ;nd Mary Jean Affleck, Caro: ean Pearce and Debra Jean 31en, bridesmaids. All were ;owned in royal blue velve een dresses. :;: f. * * IN MILITARY white dres: uniforms were Lts. (jg) Tom indley, best man; and Ha 3aniels, Jerry Ramono and Bill Wolfe, ushers. Brothers of the bride and bridegroom iary Dungan and DeLama Holt Jr., also were in the re ception line. The bride, attended higl school in Montrose, Colo., anc was graduated from the Uni versity of Utah; she is a mem ber of Delta Delta Delta. He nusband attended Southern California Military Academy and Lakewood High School He was graduated from higl school in Reno, Nev., and from the University of Utah. Ii both high school and colleg he was prominent in sports liis fraternity is Phi Delt; Theta. He is stationed wit! the Navy in Oakland; his brid is an airline stewardess. Architect League to Hear Guest A. Quincy Jones will be special guest when Women's Architectural League, Southern California, meets at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday in Los Angeles County Museum, Exposition Park. Jones, n e w l y elected president of the Southern California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, will speak on the inter-relationship of the two. groups and also introduce the new liaison officer from the Southern California Chapter, Dean Arthur B. Gallion. CFWC Session Planned Feb. 8 Los Cerrilos D i s t r i c t , California Federation of Women's Clubs, will meet in exacutive session at 10 a.m. Feb. 8 in Pathfinders Clubhouse, 440 S. Santa Fe Ave., Compton. Mrs. Maeser Wilson presides. Mrs. Max Poindexter, art chairman, says that presidents will take entries for high school senior students who are entering the Hallmark Card contest. CDA Meet Set Court St. Ann 763, Catholic D a u g h t e r s of America, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Morgan Hall. With observance of Catholic Press Month during February, the evening's program will stress importance of the press. Newly elected members will be welcomed. (Advertisement) Initiation Ritual Initiatory ceremonies wi feature the meeting of De Mar Rebekah Lodge 275, IOOF, Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Machinist Bldg., with Mrs. Raymond E. Robbins, presid- inc. Mrs. Helen G. Robbins will be hostess for the social hour. Fast Way To Dry Up COLD SORES FEVER BLISTERS Don't let an unsightly cold sore or fever blister embarrass you am! ruin your life for d.iys. Instead, at the first si^n of a cold sote or fever blister... QUICK! Apply CAMPIIO- PntNiQUF.! CAMmo-PiiENiQiiri acts as a local anesthetic to stop pain instantly; as an antiseptic to help prc. vent infection. CAMriio-PiiLNiQim doesn't slain the skin. And this cooling, soothing antiseptic's special diyinj; action promotes rapid hcil- ini:. 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