Marriage vows are read in weekend ceremonies Delta Kappa Phi to note founding '^PENDENT ( AM) Kemper-Lee MRS. J. L. KEMPER Mexico is destination of the wedding trip of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kemper (nee Dorothy Rave Lee) united Saturday in California Heights Methodist Church. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Bernie C. Lee, 2256 San Francisco Ave., and Mrs. Ruth Earle of Apple Valley. , The bride was attired in a gown with an Italian silk underdress and an imported silk overdress with crystal and pearl trim. In the bride's entourage were Lily Christensen, maid of honor, Mrs. Jay Skinner and the bridegroom's sister, Susan Earle. Mario Schiavi was best man. Ushering guests were Earl Saunders and the bride's brothers, Brian D. and Paul M. Lee. Following the ceremony a reception at the church in Hughe's Hall honored the newlyweds. The couple will live in Long Beach. Both are graduates of Polytechnic High School and California Stale College at Long Beach. The bride is continuing her studies at CSCLB and belongs to Rho Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Her husband is doing graduate work at University of California at Los Angeles. Delta Kappa Phi Sorori- Day luncheon Sunday noon ty, founded in 1933 at at "the Golden Sails inn. for the 30 active and 150 may be made with Mrs. Compton College. will Buffet luncheon and alumnae members and Don Moothart. 15559 Gun- have its annual Founders fashion show are planned their pucsts. Reservations dry Ave., Paramount. Friedland-Rebhun Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday in the Po- mono Temple Belli Israel by Lillian Serafino Rebhun and David Friedlancl. Among guests witnessing the ceremony were parents of the couple, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rebhun of Claremont and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Friedland, 1111 Ramil- lo Road. Matron and maid of honors were Mrs. Wayne Wallace and Barbara Aman, respectively. Bridesmaids were Mmes. Donald Young, Kenneth King, .lames Armstrong Jr., Marlene Weiss, Henrietta Wagner, Marilyn Mock and Elaine Snhelub, junior bridesmaid. The bridegroom's brother, Joel Friedland, was best man. Ushering guests were Donald Young, Richard Rebhun, Donald Rebhun, Richard Black, Martin Lipton Robert Lehr, Stewart Evans and Robert Bender. A reception at the Pomono National Country Club honored the ncwlyweds. The couple will make their first home in Los Angeles. The bride attended University of California at Berkeley, graduated from University of Oregon with a B.S. degree. She did graduate work at California State College at. Los Angeles and obtained an M.S. in psychology at UCLA. Her husband received a B.A. and M.A. in psychology from California State College at Long Beach. He was a member of 7,eta Beta Tau. MRS. DAVID FRIEDLAND MRS. \V. D. ANDREWS Hawaii trip follows rite A wedding trip to Hawaii followed the Saturday nuptials of Karen Ann Rennick and Walter David Andrews Saturday in North Long Beach Brethren Church. The bride was attired in a candlelight sheath gown of linen with tiered back, trimmed with Venice lace. In the bride's entourage were Mrs. Leonard Stephens, matron of honor, Mrs. Jeffry Henley and Sharon Hoy. Kenneth L. Ball was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Andrews, 2234 E. 64th St. Ushering guests were James S. Davy and William E. Baker Jr. A reception at the church honored the ncw- lyweds. The couple will make their first home in Long Beach. The bride is ' an alumna of Wilson High School and attended Long Beach City College. Her husband graduated from Jordan High School and attended California State College at Los Angeles. DEAR ABBY Enjoy mountain but don't touch By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I propose that we adopt the following code of behavior between the sexes: "Henceforth a man may touch any part of a woman's body that he is able to see." I believe that such a code would induce women to impose upon them- sflvcs some restraints on the manner in which they dress. Our mini-skirted bare- bosomed gals go about exuding as much sexiness as they possibly can, then they expect to be treated like virtuous untouchable Bergerons mark 50fh annversary the children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Joseph Bargeron joined their parents in Saturday Mass at St. Anthony's Catholic Church to celebrate the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was born and raised in Argyle, Minn., and married there in 1919. They came to Long Beach in 1957 and now reside at M l 6 E. Eighth St. A reception immediately following the noon Mass was held at St. Anthony's High School cafeteria. young ladies. Any comments? LEO IN COLUMBUS. DEAR LEO: Yes! I am in favor of "truth in packaging" and against advertising that which One has no intention of delivering, but since when should one be able to touch everything he sees? One should be able to enjoy viewing a mountain without climbing it. DEAR ABBY: My husband is 6S years old and he's still in good health, hut he is one of those who made his will out 10 years ago and he has changed it half a dozen times since. The last time he changed it I asked him what changes he had made this time, and lie refused to lell me. As his lawful wedded wife, am I not entitled to know what is in my husband's will? "IN THE DARK" IN DULUTH. DEAR IN: In Minnesota, a will is a personal matter, and your husband is under no legal obligation to reveal its contents to you. Should he precede you in death, however, and if you're not satisfied with the terms, you have the right to renounce it, and take from the estate that which you'd have been entitled to had your husband left no will at all. 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