Independent from Long Beach, California on February 2, 1960 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 2, 1960
Page 10
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Guile! to Hostess Card Benefit Cor Mariae Guild of Immaculate Heart Sisters is sponsoring a card benefit Thursday at St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall, 5100 E. Broadway. Luncheon at noon will be followed by an afternoon at bridge, ca-i nasta or 500. The public Is invited and proceeds will be used for the group's charitable work under direction of Mrs. Vincent Rinella, president. Mrs. Elizaueui vveir is ticket chairman. Agassiz Meeting Agassiz Nature Club met recently in the auditorium at Robert Louis S t e v e n s o n School to hear an illustrated lecture by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Terry, specialists in photography. Western points of in-| Canyon, Bryce and Zion National Parks, the Petrified Forest and Death Valley were featured. WE, THE I CASH IS EASY to raise when you use Classified to terest, Including Red Rock sell articles. Call HE 2-5959. "ANOTHER Justtoucnouekey,turnonedialane!presio guesswork! You choose the perfect "Auto- you get a perfect combination of wash and Magic" wash cycle for your fabric load... j spin speeds, wash and rinse water tern- cottons, woolens, synthetics, dainty fabrics, -: : ] peratures, and washing time for whatever etc. It's so simple you'll agree, it's magic, U fabric you wish to wash. And, there's no washing with G-E! S ·! M Famous General Electric WASHING SYSTEM Bemoves lint, sand, and soap scum ·while it washes. Giant non-clog filter serves as detergent dispenser too! Model WA-630 General Electric MULTI-CYCLE Filter-Flo Washer · 2-cycle waste for normal and delicate fabrics! · Choice of liol or warm wash water...water saver loo! · Big 10 Ib. clothes capacity for family-sized washes! · Full, written G-E W'Trty protects you I ·«='.VM.630T,.f i( , r ^ ___ ·iNEMf CUCTRIC COMPANV, APPLIANCE AND mWBION RECEIVER DIVISION, SAUS AMD DISTRIBUTION DEPARTMENT, SOUTHERN CAUrORNIA DISTRICT f Don't You Be Switched From G-E Quality! Save On Multi-Cycle Filtar-Fio Washers- Now...AtYour So. Calif. G-E Deafer.,,.. Pag* 6-2 INDEPENDENT Lo "° ···* c1 "" YWCA Offers Art History Survey Course An eight-week art appre ciation course designed for persons who wish to add to their knowledge of art an history will be offered a Long Beach YWCA, 6th St and Pacific Ave., beginning Feb. 9. Conducting the course "Art Through the Ages,' will be Miss Edith A. Stevens, who has presented similar classes in Minneapolis and San Francisco. She is a graduate of the University of Chicago, has a master of arts degree from the University of Minnesota, and has taught college art appreciation courses. The class will survey art from ancient Egypt through major periods of art and world history to the contemporary American period and will include trips to local art exhibits. R e g i s t r a tion is open Wednesday and Thursday at the YWCA. Details are available at the welcome desk. JO MARRY Engagement of Miss Diene Mhoon and Keith Bradshaw is being announced by her parents, Mr. a n d Mrs. W. D. Mhoon. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bradshaw, all of Long Beach. Both young persons are g r a d u a t e s o f Wilson High. MONEY CENTER, that's Classified. See "Money to Loan" for the cash you need. (Advertisement) AWFUL "AOD-GAS 1 AFTER EATING Now Fixed With Fastest Kind of Relief Those who suffer severe acid-gas Indigestion after eating should take this real 3-wny medicine -Plunder's Tablets -- f o r blessed relief. Not a "flzz"-- not a candy- like tablet --this real 3-way medicine combines: 1. Immediate neutralizing--ths FASTEST way known to medicine. 2. Special ANTI-GAS Ingredients for positive action. 3. A widely prescribed ADSORBENT ANTAClD-to adsorb excess acid as it continues to form. Pfunder's Tablets--especially for those who suffer severe acid gas Indigestion after eating. Get Plunder's Tablets, today, at all drug counters. PAIR TO WED E n g a g e m ent of their daughter, Lou Ellen, to John Harold Pruden of U. S. Navy is announced' by Mr. and Mrs. William. D. Timmons. Bride-elect is senior at Millikan. Her' fiance, son of Cmdr. a n d . Mrs. John B. P r u d e n (Ret.), attended Wilson.' August vows are planned.' Trojans Plan Auxiliary Unit The men of the Harbor Area Trojan Club are sponsoring formation of a worn-. 1 en's auxiliary to be composed of alumnae of USC. Main functions of the group · will be to sponsor the annual T r o j a n t e a f o r seniors of Long B e a c h high schools and r a i s e money to establish scholar- ' ships f o r o u t s t a n d i n g students o f t h i s a r e a , based on scholastic stand- ·· ing, activities and leadership w i t h financial need nol to be an essential requirement. To recruit all SC alums' who think they may be interested in joining, women spearheading the auxiliary will be hostess at a coffee hour at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Virginia Country Club. Reservations are not necessary and all former SC women are urged to attend. I n i t i a l plans will be discussed including a tea to take place Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs. Julie Bescos, Bohemian Music on Concert Eighth in the concert se- ·ies at the Museum of Art, 2300 E. Ocean Blvd., will "Bohemian Composers' Night" at 8 p.m. Friday. Featured will be works of Elliot Griffis and Lownes played by Myron Sandier, ·iolinist; Sam Boggoshian, 'iolist; Vance Beach, cell- st, and Pearl Kaufman, ianist. Other works will e those of Milhaud and (hatchaturian. Tickets, free o the public, may be licked up between 10 a. m. md 5 p. m. Thursday and "riday. trase Marks A moist wad of steel yool, well lubricated with oap or detergent, will rase rubber heel marks rom linoleum floors. F[ n p B "'reef from the Los Angeles ;Trailer Life Show! Sec the Mobile Homes That Stole the ... I , i the mobile home |- i discriminating peopl» I "'-I r f e m a n d . . . ? . - j GOLD. SEAL AWARD !rj FRL-SAT.-! 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